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   Logansport Pharos (Newspaper) - March 1, 1890, Logansport, Indiana                                I LOGAN8POBT DAILY PHAROS SATURDAY EVENING MAKCH 1 NO 2 JOHN BRAYS Corner THE READY PISTOL On tho CorBGts Ur following Standard Viarrjcrs Gornline Tandem Good Luck Health Xtirsing Icrfecttoa Waist Balls Knbo Corset Thompsons Glove Kitins Coiset Duplex Corset Dr Warners Misses Corset Childvens Corset P SA1I tho lont brTiids of guaranteed in ular above oxcel corsets are ovory partic TfnJU3lAV FKIDAV HATfKD Y EVNfiV 27 2s mi Murcii i at a A it rinii j Beautiful Illustrated Tour Of Miroro Kiiirc or Program Possible Murder in the Na tional Capitol EZMEMBEE TAULBEE THE VICTIM Ilia Assailant Using a Newspaper Cor respondent Nanieil Scaii datonn Story JPubliilied by the Latter tlie Original Cause of tho BilHcnlty An EaiPnlling Incident That Mny Cost n The Shot Fired Without Warn ing unO the Shooter Under Arrest WASHIXOTOX CITV March sensa tional shooting affai occurred at tho Capitol yesterday in which tho principals were an excongresimnn ail 1 a wellknowin news paper man Both aro Kentuckians TV P vUo represented a Kentucky dis trict in tho house during tho Fortyninth and Fiftieth congresses was the victim and Charles E Kincaid the Washington corre spondent of The Louisville Times did tha The house was engaged in its deliberations when Kincaids pistol shot roverberated through tho ccrridyt of the Capitol The hour was about yw oclock A minute later the house was empty nnd n great crowd of excited employes an1 others was hurrying through tba toward this scene oE the shooting A Toucli and a Bullet Ttiulbeo was shot while coming down one of tho stairways that lead to thebasoment of the house wing of the Capitol Ha was ac companied by exDoorkeper Sam Donaldson Kimaid amo down the stair behind the paiinnd iu a hurried manner touched Tutilboe on the shoulder Tho excongress flme Schnol Par Ladfes at A cutting in A o tnf iiiontn t vith ut iUir UKM lM notliinpr lti sytcni you tun cut nny jiirnjc t you wviir Cvitli liltfrniiiiii fjfsoiis not limited Wan dl ladies to Hit u inrtoiv ToaclmrH anil Adens Iti assurytl Call for Fadhiu DOLANS OlKUA HOUSE TKtlAN MANAHrU THURSDAY MARCH Knrtfomenf of tin anj iIanJ SJinf Ainoricaii titflr CORA TANNER A MIGHTYCOSTLY WHISKY t Colt Boston Policeman Just S14OOO for a Few Drinks BOST03T March 1Fifteen thousand dol lars is a ratter high pries for a round of drinks but it fa the price a Boston police man paid a few days ago Of coarse ha did Dot do it intentionally but he lost the money nonetheless It was like this The police man who is a day officer was out at night with the boys After a fen rounds of drinks in John Goods saloon on Albany street it came tua officers turn to stuna treat Leaning over to Bar tender Joe Good the proprietor s brother the officer whimpered Im dead broke Joe got nothing but a lottery you let it go for a Yes I guess so if its lucky 0110 ALL MOONSHINE VTBun Norvin Greens View o Idea Wan wan 7IGOEOUS ATTACK ON TEE SCHEME Cnclo Sam Advised to Go into Coal or Kntoer Tlian Alleged Difficulties in New York Company to Catch Seails in Eoli rlng Soa for Twenty Hunt for the Senate leak Suspended City March ticket Will vTauamaker Judgo Tyner tho iis Bistaat attorney general for the postoffice 6bit is sure eaii the policeman its 64 383 Sounds like a All right HI take it Tlio Was Ko Cfcnmp The officer and his friends drank up the ticket and wished Joe good The bar tender put SI of his own in tho drawer nnu placed the ticket ou a shelf He has bought a ticket every month tor a year or two but never realized a cent from his investments On the morning when the drawings were announced and before tho bar bad been open ten minutes in rnihed the ogtor I pledged a lottery ticket hove the othei night for somo drinks Joe you may remem ber I guefs Ill redeem it now Ho seemed so excited that tho bartender grew suspicious and excused himself for a moment Going into tho office ho ran his eyes over the morning papers it wasFirst prize 64385 Boston Sympathetic 81000 Wortn Ha almost had an attack of heartdis Then he ticket was could not very wroth bartender was obdurate Finally he agreed to give tho officer 81000 of tho 815000 which the number called for as and a number of promincnfc telegraph men were present at the meeting of the hnuso committee on and postroads ystesday to hear Dr orm Green tho jiresidant of of th3 Western ITniou commission Toe charge that Hitch 11 had been appointed to a in pension office had dismissed for cause tiad taken an examination for reinstatement ind failed but that his papers hod after ward been marked up so that he could ba ippointe 1 Mr Mitchell denied the truth ol She charge and other evidence failed to es tablish it Suspended tlie Squealer Hunt WASHINGTON CITY March senate committee which is engaged in trying to learn the source from which newspapers obtain their news of executive sessions did not examine any the witnesses called yesterday but adjourned the investigation over until Monday The committee will make a preliminary report to the senate setting forth the fact that many the wit nesses called have refused to answer t e questions put to them Estimated Reduction of the Debt WASHINGTON CITY March esti mated reduction of the public dbt during February is 83000000 Telegraph company address tho cominitfeo THE ASSAULT ON DR NEIL iu opposition to the proposition tit thi post master general to establish a postal telegraph system in this country Dr Green j said that evorboJy iinow that tha European governments owned and operated tslegraph lines but uoueoi them had opcaVd them so cheaply and satisfactorily rs j corpora tion couii Tho governments had assumed control of the European lines to protect tho government in this country the people needed to lie protected from the govern ment No ISuaiiiEw witll tlie Telegraph He said that the Western Union controlled tenelevenths of all tho wires in this country ruan wheeled sharply around and Kincaid raisin his weapon ono of small calibre won asthe bar pold pulled trigger Tanlbee teV back against I THE OVERFLOWING flJ Vmlcr tho managoucnt of Ciil Vfm Sinn of the Iurk thoatr lir ooklyu E SoconJ Soaaon in Ihc Dcllirhful Sparlcllnsr Witty Now Llny The Original Company Gorgeous Costumes Appropriate Scenery Itornarkuhlo for Originality Novelty Bo inunco Absortwit Interest Stirling SltuHtioiiB nnd Churmliiir ficturtS Prices 25 yi anJ 75 cents FINE PERFUMES ror THE HOLIDAYS PARVINS IJlh SLroot Drug Store PURNITUKB tho vull the blood streaming from a wound diroctly Lelow his lalt eye Tauibeo did not uppni to be badly injured He walked in unccjitain manner down the steps and was taken to the room ol the committee on public buildings and giounds ttoiiliuco was fjiven by Reprsisentative Yoiler of Ohio wlio is a physician and Dr Ciunnoo of this city Tltc Shooter Arrested iCincnid meanwhile had not endoavored to got away Ho leaned against the wall of tho ttaircaKO utterly weakened and later walked quietly avay with the Capitol po liceman who arrested him Im tho roan that did it ho said to tho policeman in an aimless ninu rier He was taken to tho Cap itol kruard room and later to a police station A United reporter spoko to Kincaid he was be ing led from the guardroom to the rab that convoyed him to tho station Ho seeing 1 utterly helpless and in answer to an inquiry he had anything to say replied Not too wsak Ive just been through an attack of typhoid Here he halted and cried Catch me I f eel faint Ho like a man who had lost control of his nerves Ciiusooftho Trouble The trouble grew out of the publication in The Louisville Times of 3 scandalousstory about Tuulbee which resulted it is srid in tho separation of Mr nnd Mrs Tau ibee Sincy the publication of that story a vear ago Kiucatd nnd Tanlbee had not met uitil a short time after noou yesterday when accostod Kincaicl near ths eaLt lobby iloor oC tho houao called him a liai and pulled his ear Kincaid who is just re from an attack of typhoid lover told Taulbao that ho was unable to copo with him physically and that ho was unarmed then went away Tntoi Kincaid nrmtd himself and hunted Taolbca up Ivincnicl Givtf His Version Later n reporter of tho United Press saw Kincoil in his coll and had a bri conversa tion with him Kincaid said tiat Taulbee had been hounding him for n Ion time and threatening his life He had bueii told by a great many newspaper correspondents that Taulbee had said that ho was not lit to live that lie was a coward ariil that he would better keep an eyeon him When he came up to me this morning7 saij Kincaid he insulted mo and said I was a coward and that I would not resont liis insults I told to leave mo alone or he would find out what I woal I do Later lia insulted me again and I shot him Condition of Uie Wounded Man I Taulbee was taken to his boarding houso j ou Capitol hill about half an hour after the j shooting Dr Adams said that ho could not tell how serious tho wound was but he i thought that Taulbeo would recover He wos resting quietly last night and tho physi cians wire bicliued to take a hopeful view of h isi case j The Story Kincaid Published i The story which was currant about the capital regarding Taulbeo was to the effect that Tauibee who at tho time was serving his second term had been found by a watch man in a compromising position in the pat erti otlico with a girl for whom ho had se cured employment there Mr Kincaid sent thi story at great length to his paper nnd its publication mado a greai sensation in Tnulbeis district It was generally under stood that tho story was trus Th o affair i wtis mnrfo good use of by his enemies and he i has repeatedly claimed that it had defeated I him for n roaoniinntiou Prices tho OUR i MortRairos 1 Indiana XDIAXAPOLJS March Librarian i Dunn at this city has made an investiga tion of farm mortgage indebtedness and I finds thatin the seven years from 1873 to i 1S70 inclusive this form of indebtedness in creased JOO3T9000nnd from to 1SSS the i increase was a total of S106S35 000 in fourteen years The average rats of interest on the loans is 7 per cent and the I jjjopU ot tho stats aro nnuually paying out j T4SOWO in interest i Ttru Men Killed on tho rial i JITIACA Mich March wreck oo CULT hero at 7 oclock yesterday morning i on Toledo Anu Arbor and North Slich j Igtm railroad in which conductor James Ettright and William Farrall of Owosso weri killed and three other trainmen in jured The trains were special ice trains I One train was standing on the main track j disabled and was run into by the engine of i the other train None but the best workmanship ai liwixi to cave our S j r n rleiiteoo bon Ycushsnld rratiTHECillCA cc because its a This is an ijc wRcn everybody the paper into vout fdtatlv shouU have homslhing of vilue for 11 The ait not over looked in THH DAILY NEWS And then you donu want to i Vingqucstionabic rcading ma 1 ter intoyour family Youiont vant to put indecent orimiaoral reading rat the hands of your children You will never make a mistake on this scare if you taVehome TKS DAILY Nstfi The ncirrpupers are the great educators of this nation The strength of th2 nauon liei in purity of firesides Its circulation is 220000 a a miflion a it costs by laau 35 cts four months cent a day Freezing In Mississippi CRYSTAL SPRINGS Miss March mercury toll to the freezing point last j night It is feared that great damage will be done to fruit and vegetables Straw I berries hftd begun to ripen and peaches had 1 partially bloomed out Peas and beans l will probably be ruined and many tomato I plants will be lost j The Billiard Exports i NEV YORK March Daly de f eated J Randolph Heiser in yesterday af ternoons billiard game by a score of 500 to 402 11 1644 Heiser 9 1543 Last night Slosson defeated Catton Score Slosson 500 Catton S8J Sllossori 19 liC Catton tine Indianapolis Gas TVuvlcs INCIAVAFOLIS ilarch inform ation rpwivjd here yesterday that tlie catfio gas jigiitiug plant and oae of the natural as plants have been sold to u New York iivudkrsto and that the plants are to j itfccilevi m tbe sum of the syndicate receiving in stock RS CAIHO abov over toot in tho evening 13 feet pourin bottoms foot Me from Birds from here lino a distant do the 3 bctjar than the Union Th pjcpU iartainly vera not ask ing for the ISot more 1 ban people out of total iwpulstlon of tho country usuJ the telegraph in iay yaw Fortysix per cnt of the aiHouijt ot the was purely speculative TLo pool rooms and horso raws iu New city prU tho company i Verv tuuch bettor would ilia gov take tho coal mine and tho rail A Betrayed Girls Brother thought Have Been the Assailant COLUMBCS O March night Feb 2 Miss Psyche Hollis a beautiful young lady of Cincinnati died at a boarding house in this city as bar tittendiug physician Dr Alexander Neil said of heart failure Dr Neil was tha man upon whom an attempt was made Thursday night of assassination as told in these dispatches The permit for the removal of Miss Hollisbody to Cincinuat was signed by Dr Neil along with the health officers bore which stated that tha body was that of Mrs James H Gordon had died of heart failure cr ertaker ibly con forted in death Tbo coroa T there on or i aminatioi fcuud that she had diod iu mysterious manner and is still investigate the matter Miss Hollis brother found ia the formers room two letters from ona George W Scharf ol Cincinnati which con veyed the startling information that j sister had boen betrayed CELEBRATED HATS SPRING PRlNlr STVIES TYLKS JPRIXG 3TVIJSS DEWENTER The HATTER SKEPTICAL LABBY Impulsive Labouchere Fired for a Week EOS CHANGES SALISBTOY his Scbarf and Hollia last met got into a fight and vrerp arrested I ta gov Hollis then instituted inquiry cam to Teat ot Cairns Lovecs fa Spare Towns XLs ilrrch river v el twentyfour hoars endsd last tiio coafininra and tho ril j Columbus and found Seharf had bs 412 feet on tha gauge or J5CCaus3 tbe p2opl3 have marc need of and that his istr had mysteriously diod tha danger lino It is now them ycrv much better to take the woolen Suspicious Point In tiio Case natural banks into tlie Clothing inJustry in charge because all the of enough for requirements of such a busi ness the gDvernnient jjcopossd to estab lish Dr Given illustrated eoma his To estab Arkansas and Texas Al tha small steamers and tugs ii tlie Uaebo are busy savins corn and by means of a rrinp To cstab peple are on high sote mthe uadr the proposed bill bottoms around here in Kensucvy 2 of Vriro map nnd Illinois Dr OrcaE saidshowed the 417 postofllces at which it proposed to establish postal river1 Thrsafourths of the tele is still inch Situation at I EVANSYILLE Ind March registers 432 feet raising three quarters o f an hour Tho low lands above tow are completely floods and tho city is i111 of homeless wanderers driven feom their farms Refugees from the r lands arc coming Into town every hour in1 a wet ejc haustedscd hungry condition Killed for Cutting tevees NEW OBLEAKS March Kevees in tiio Lake Providence district are hard pressedbut still holding aud as themercury fell to tlie freezing point yesterday at Lake Providence it is hoped that the riso in the Missisissi ppi may be checked It is reported that two whites and a negro were killed Thursday ruglit just over tho Arkansas state line for attempting to cut leveos Away Up lit Cincinnati CractKSATr March great many in dtistries in tho low grounds here and at Covington have been compelled to close down on account of high water and acres of garden are overflowed in tho Mill creek bottoms ruining the early vegetable crop About 150 families have had to leave their homes The river at 10 p m yesterday was 56 feet 0 inches on the guage the highest einco 1SS4 ind rising Carter Harrison Catches aBuvglar CHICAGO March 3 oclock yesterday afternoon a neighbor of exMayor Cartir Harrison saw three men enter the house SiiSilarshfield avenue just in rear of the esmayors residcnco Thj neighbors notified him of tho intruders actions and tha exmayor calling on a friend wbo was at hand proceeded to catch the intruders Placinghis friend at the front door to cut off retreat he warily marched round to the back door where before he had time to de ploy his forces ths invaders burst upon him The exmayor grabbed one burgitir and held him tha others getting away A patrol wagon was called and the thief is now cool ing his heels in a prison cell graph business vps done in a small area of svholo country A Heavy Loss LeclaiCi3 Certnisi The general proposition submitted in the Hii could bo carried out if the government tUo loss But no conibinaiion of would i leiuti uiofssascs under the pvo any sort coulu loss to somebody posed rates Vridnjut a licnral of fh po the rats was to sjnd nuissigos at that exlutol in England How coali tin done in this country where the operators received doulto tba salaries of the EnglisJi operators Iliu Social IlnsIncBs tho social busimvss that the postmnslti woposod to establish Dr 0rooii iail that about 40 per cent nf the telegraph business in England ivas ocial Dr Neil savs ho attended her only once Sunday utghfc nnd prescribed only for heart failure Tho attempted assassination of Dr NTeil Thursday uight ia believed to be an out come of tha younggiris dcathas her brother has hud detectives here looking up her death and has said ha would make it hot ior thosu any way connacted with the ruin and death i Dr Ncil resides in a distant part of the city from whero the unfortunate young lady diod and there vero scores of doctors nearer j her placa of boarding A BAD STATE OF AFFAIRS SbochiiiE Kcport tfrom tlie BoonoTille Intl FootFarm ISDIANVPOIJS March John son of ths state Voard of charities has just returned from a visit of inspection of the t houss at Eoonsvilie Wurrick couu A c co Bi pan led by a Blunt Refusal to Ac cept tiio tatters Positive Dental the Editor Declaring the Premier Unwor thy of Incredulity In Sinking a Move for Coined LONDON March In the house of com mons last night Henry Labouchere was suspended by o vote of 177 to 96 for refusing o withdraw his statement that he would not jolievo Lord Salisbury nor Attorney Gen eral Webster Occasion ot tlie Suspension Labouchere took tho floor in support of its motion to reduce the vet of credit He said the trasary had officially attempted to defeat tho course of justice tho matter ol the Cleveland street scandals that thB treasury knowing ali tho circumstances bad refrained from prosjcuting tho offenders until tha postal secretary haJrplosecuted thosa of his employes who had lured into the affair by tho priiyifal3 TlM treasury department had hunted Hammond out of tho reach of extradition by playing upon his fears and tha treasury had also ordered the police to nbindon the case when ths evidence involved Lord Arthur Somer set had givcu the hitter tinia to quit the country and had finally assented to the issuance of a warrant against him under pressure when he was beyond their reach Chrafre Against Salisbury Furthermore be charged that the treasury had informed Lard Somerset of its action ExSenator Platt of New York Is buying Chicago real estate Worlds fair The train bearing in excursion Illinois editors has reached the Citj Oi Jlexico The uew Merchants bridge across Mississippi at St completed Frt lay exiep a few boils and Richard Ha was hangeJ at Biruiing mm Ala Friday for the murder if Utl dfe and two tiaughbrs in Dectmbcr Charges are mado ut Chrisman Ills that he Rev F C Wilsoo of the Presbyterian has been too intimate with a hired girl Jerry UMurpiy of Iowa has ar ived in Washing 511 City to renew fata iua vigorous to behalf of tho canal A ignition ocnaniug 70000 names in favor of I allot re o m has been gotten up iu New York The rotinon makes a book eight too quaiv which vnigiis half a ton E JI Lord Mwat rrou Ini who us in licted for nbattling over Of n water works companys money hasbeett q itted on the gr und of insanity Mrs Matilda L Caso widow of a whole t a nurvhmt o New York has started iTsip by niniryin a young man of Ut while shu is 53 Th happy grooms name after conniving at his escapo and had al lions at asltinglou Lily Una lowed him to resign a position ha bad dis rested at Portland Ore working poor to bo This inchnlod race horso and sporting ness IQ this country did not cail this business About s of the telegraph business iu tha country vas so cial The doctor said a Unitedpostal tel egraph was oil suoonshmo Dr Green devoted much ol his timo to ex plaining figures nnd facts connected with the business of tho Western Union to show that tha postmaster generals scheme was not a practical one HJ had not finished this explanation when S3 oclock ami the committee adjourned LEASED A BIG MONOPOLY ty and pronounces tbe institution tiio worst condition of liny that ho tus ever visited He says there are no lights in the windows of the paupera department they have no knives and forks at the table and U of them are dirty and covered with rugs iv casos their clothing not bjin t cover them In thj col m nit i there are five pr sufflcient another of W and an in small ami poralj that The room u deep on the Soo ored department sous a man of and a girl of 15 all faat and its mother the dirt cud filth so His Glr Stood by Him CHICAGO March J Stephens the young postofHdo clerk who was arrested Wednesday moruiug by luspcctor Stuart for rifling tho mails was yesterday morning arraigned for trial be foro Commissioner Hoyno and held to the federal grand jury in bonds of 65000 His sweetheart to whom he ie engaged stands by her lover heroically and was by his side during the preliminary hear ing comforting him with the assurance of her lovo and aid The Seal Fisheries in Belirlugis Sea Co to a Tew York Company WASHINGTON CITY March Thu con tract for taking seats in tho Alaska was awarded yesterday by Secretary Wiii dom to the North American Cornmercia i company of New York ani San Frcncisco for a term of twenty years The proposal is a very much better one for the government then that under which ssals have been taken for the past twenty years In tho firsi place tho government will receive about 000 000 per annum instead of Besides the revenue tax and royalty on each skin tho company agrees to pay the government 50 cents Cia each gallon ol seal oilsolii to provide gratis to the natives of St Paul and St George islands as much dried salmon as tho secretary shall dircct also the salt and barrels nccossary for preserving meat and to provide school buildings ocd main tain schools for the natives at least eight months in each vear they can bo scraped up with tha foot The commissioners refuse to buy glas for tin1 windows and declare that the panpezs should cat with their fingers and refuse to buy knives and forks Tbe superintendent pays 8250 rent for tho farm which contains eighty acres of worn out land and gets 8173 per week for each pauper The secre tary ordered improvements and will entorce his orders if necessary TZic Iowa DES MOISES la March house spent most of yesterday receiving petitions as to tho election of United States senator Those favoring Allison contain 3000 names and those advocating Larrabea aggregate 7000 names A resolution directing the clerk to put Governor Larrabees message on record was defeated by one majority Thi speaker announced the list of standing com mittees agreed upon under the recent com promise In the senate also the petitions as to the senatorship carno in by the dozan the Knights of Labor sending a pro test against Allison graced yet he was still a magistrate in two counties Two men had been wut to prison on th3 charges but they wevj wor and ob scure Their confederates iu high places were not molisstad He charged that Lord Salisbury nnd other members of the govern ment had criminally conspired to defeat justice Attorney General Webster characterized the charges as nbsurd warrant was is sue 1 at tho outset as tha evidence was m sufflcient A warrant had been issued later on additional evidence but there had no communication with Lord Somerset Fot this statement Webster said ho had direci authority Cave Them the Lie Direct said ho declined to believe the of either Webster or Lord Salis his re Passenger Rates Cut Chicago CHICAGO March Chicago Mil waukee and St Paul railway yesterday an nounced a reduction of in firstclass passenger rates from Chicago to CouacJ Bluffs Oumha Kansas City Sioux City ami other Missouri river points and a reduction of from those points eastbound to Chicago In addition to this a class rate almost 50 per cent lower tlmn the present firstclass rate is also announced The new rates will go into effect March 3 Slonoy Was No tJse jo Him BOSTOS March Tufts aged So years who had accumulated about worth ot property by working all his life as a shoemaker paper carrier and maker of shoeblacking died in his filthy den at 75 Boylston street Cambridge Thursday night of pneumonia He had denied him self every comfort of life and did not call in a physician during his fatal illness Resumed After a Tears Idleness READING Pa March of the three large blast furnaces of the Brook Iron com pany at Birdsboro resumed yesterday after a years idleness The Reading companys Keystono furnace No 1 in this cilty re in med today George H Tendletons NEW YOHE March body of the ato minister to Germany George 31 Pen dleton will bo escorted to Ohio by a com mittee of the Ohio society The Iteneral will rccur nose Saturday minister Clncfflns feon March Abraham Lin was resting comfortably at 11 tfclock last night There is more hope of his recov ery but the danger is not orer i Proceedings In House and Senate CITY March presented in the senate yesterday resolu tions of the Maryland legislature asking that exacted from tho authorities of Frederick Md by Confederates under Gen Early be refunded by tha government Ingalls was elected to us president pro tern in the absence of tho vice president on a trip to Florida and Ingalls nt once took the oath and scat as presiding officjr Blair agaiu complained that the press associa tions were not reporting the de bate on the educational bill with satisfactory fullness The bill granting pen sions to veterans unable to perform manual labor was debated It is estimated that it will cost about 36000000 a year but Vest declared that no one living could tell what it would cost Pending debate a secret session was held after which ths senate ad journed to Monday Tho house passed the urgent deficiency bill after a long debate mostly consumed on points of order and then took recess to 8 p m At the evening session forty live private pension bills were passed The Worlds Fair Committee WASHISGTOS CITY March sub committee of the committe on tho Worlds fair has several informal conferences but no dtilnits conclusions have oeen reached for Bank Charters TV ASHIXGTOX CITT March follow ing cpplicsiioss for authority to organize national have been filed with tiio comptroller o ta currency First National bank E ut tit Louis liis by L E God dard of Marion Ills and bis associates First bunk of 3aloa Harbor ilich by S A Bailey of Bntoa Harbor Mich and his sissoeiates Commercial Na tional bank of Waco Tex by W T Watt of Waco Tex and his associates A Chicago CHICAGO March Goldthwaite Co hat manufacturers assigned yester day afternoon The assets as given in the schedule aro no liabilities are named Tho firm say they assigned to pro tect themselves against illegal claims for money and goods which may have been con tracted by Goldthwaita in the firms name Goldthwoito has been missing for several days and is supposed to have signed the firms name to notes for an unknown amount AKobiist Colored Preacher PHILAMLPHIA March Newark Del yesterday Rev Daniel Davis n col ored preacher fractured the tmll of Jim Jones colored with a club Davis suspected that Jones who was known as a masher was unduly intimate with Mrs Davis Jones will probably die Good Sleighing at Last CHICAGO March from Mil waukee Appleton and La Crosse Wis and Woodstock and other points iu Illinois state that the snow lays on the ground there from eight to fourteen inches deep and that tho sleigiungis good Trains are somewhat delayed Railway Attached for Mont March Helena and Hot Springs railway was attached Thursday by employes for money due for wages The road was tied up for about a day but arrangements were made yesterday and it is again in operation A Korther Blowing in Texas ACSTLV Tex March A norther pre vailed Thursday night the mercury failing to 20 degrees above zero Vegetation was greatly damaged and the loss to farmers 13 heavy Btatemt Labouchere to with bury H8 veracity of the The speaker orde draw his imputation of i prime minister Labouchere refused to withdraw mark and lie was thereupon suspended bj vote of 17 to 90 Upon leaving the house Labouchere said My conscUiie will not allow mo to say that I believe Lord Sabs bury OConnors Anonymous Witness T P OConnor stated that he knew the name of the man Labouchere had mentioned as authority for his strictures and declared that it was a guarantee of correctness of Laboucheres statement Smith demanded that OConnor give the name to to the house but the latter declined to do so as he had learned it in confidence f A committee of inquiry was to ascertain the facts but the proposal opposed by Smith Laboucheres suspensio is for oae weak A vote on Laboucheres amendment to th supply bill was then taken under closure ani it was to 66 CHINA IS PROGRESSING Jack Dempwy ho con not accept LtBauchos off r tc fl bt as there is nothing n it He wouldnt accept LoBlancbtfi siloon as a gift bcause it is too rocky resort Tho Picifl Exrrs hw compromised casj icaiiiit tlw thief Walton who was ar rested at St N B atvi the thief free after returning all except of bis stealings It is reiwrtod tlin Silcott thieving cashier ot the sarjentntarms office of tho iVailiinaiou City hai been ar as a rail way engineer Suit h n bvauglit nt Springfield Ills bv tho sisters ard lour brothers of tun late liciio of Tnscon to sot aside bur wll OH thirrrinl nt menial incapacity Th r is al Ras nl Lowell is confined to hs bed nt Via eld Elmwood ncuiCambride JInvs wltti a very serious cold has his lungs and threatened pneun onia Mrs Ilitt a pr ou the Burlmgton railway iiar Kob missing hei little boy sprnap ff the train while it was running forty m is an hour She hod a leg broken nnd her bdy badly bruised but will recover Mr Brown principal of the Sioux S D schools xperimented on bis with hypnotism The result was that three pUDils were turonu into convulsions They will recover and the teicher will swear off on hypnotics C T Hubbell i pensioner of Cioadian government who is applying for an ision call d Sir Adolphe Caron l liar while the latter was tbe Dominion commons flred from the Wrecked br a Broken Switch Bod GREESCASTIE Ind March north bound passenger train on the Louisville A Coinage Scheme to Create n Commer cial Devolution LONDON March A dispatch from Pekin China says that Li Hung Chang the viceroy has matured a scheme which will cause a commercial revolution in China This is tba introduction of a system of silver coinage complete and uniform for the whole empin At present silver is taken hi China by weight and fineness The traveler takes lump of silver known from their general shops as a shoes aad when he wants money strikes off part of the lump with a hammer and chisel and it con verted into copper coins by a moneychanger Backed by the Rulers An attempt has been made by Chang thu late viceroy of Canton to mint silver dollars and subsidiary coins in China and an ex cellent mint fans been established for the purpose but Chang emd his advisers know nothing of currency and eveu it they did they conld only make their corns legal tender in tvro province 5 Li Hung Changs scheme embraces the whole empire and has obtained the support of Princa Chun tha prime minister and father of the emperor TUe German Elections i BERLIN 3tarch returns from the reballots yissterday show that Goetz Na lional Literal Birk Socialist Driesbacb Socialist Sfiheidt Socialist Seigl National i liberal Schwartz Socialist Osann Nai tnonalist Kircher Schmidt and Heilbronn j Socialists imdEypoldt Pfluegcr Loerrach Radicals have been elected Ths Socialist leader Henr Eebel is defeated Chance for the American Hog LOTDOK March American pig will be allowed to land at Kiel thfi German gov ernment thinking that by concentrating at that port Ihe combined wisdom of its in s war minii stating tho Friday Hulbll v gallery Dcnouncluf the Russian Ccai NEwYoBK Mjrch massmeetinb was held at the Ccopor Union hist night to protest against tho Russian govern ments treatment of political pri soners V A Stoleschnikoff prettied and spoke aid addresses denounc ing the czar wee also delivered by Rev Hugh Pentecost Profssor DeLson and others Resolutions requesting the interven tion of the Ameri n to vcrnmert to check the outrages upon prisoners were adopted The her We Stay Expect WASHIXGTOX March following are weather indication fortiirtjBljthoure from 8 p m ytstLr For Indiana Coid n northwesterly vitl fair weal en cold and clear Sunclu Hor weather northwesterly win is sllgutly warmer S ndar morning For Lowr weather and snoiv tolder northwesterly winds eoM n f a r Sunday For Uijer ich weather and enow ontinued cold northerly v inds For Wis weather preceded oy snows i eastrn portion northerlv warmer Sunda morning J or warmer variable fair weather Chi if en There were 1801 deaths among the mem bers of the Ordei of Chosen Friends rod June 30 to cuue 30 ISS9 on which M9J03M boa bee paid and disabilities on which has been paid During the two years term just closed 20J councils have been instituted maldnj total of 760 councils in the oriiur ueabership at the close of the term was 40034 JTew Albany and Chvcafro railway due in specters it may succeed in keeping out the it thft TmliCV of Chicago at p m was wreckd at Ihe trichinae which it has suited the policy of Putnamville five miles south of this Germany to declare infest the American All Tbe Czar and KaiMr to Go planting LOSDOS Harch rumor comes from Berbin to the effect that Emperor William has received and accepted an invitation city yesterday by a broken switch rod the cars left the rails but no person was in jured The engineer and fireman remained at their pasts Tlie Civil Service Inquiry x Crrr March Winter Crops in South Buisia Ruined ODESSA March winter crops in Connecticut was tbe first wit Freestooe Cutters Locked Ont BOSTOS March of djsing the yards under the jurisdiction of Freestone Contractors association to the members of j the Journeymen Cutters union was posted t in ten of the twelve yards of the aisociatkai Tba cotters num from the czar to join in a hunt on Russian soil near the frontier Toa Moltke Gets a tagUp BEBLLS As Cocnt Von Moltke was out cllriving yesterday the wheel of hit BAKING Its proven n at homes for more thani quarterof a centurj H is sed by the United Stutet Government Kn dorael ly the head of the great the Stronjrest Purest Dr Crenra Bkl Tow er not tte south of Russia have been less yesterday commrttsa bering about TOO at once quit work They j carriage piirtcd and Ua was thrown oat i contain Ammonia Uiwor nl ITT mght and voted to I He was not iajand beyond a I KTere weatbar clurgw against tlia civflserr I   

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