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   Logansport Pharos (Newspaper) - March 3, 1890, Logansport, Indiana                                LOGANSPOKT AILY ARO8 15TH YEAH MONDAY EVENING MAiiCH 8 SO JOHN GRAYS Corner NEGBO AMBITION It Is to Found Great and Govern State On tho Corsets following Standard Warners Comliue Tandem Good Luck Health Nursing Perfection Waist Or Bulls Knbo Corset Thompsons Glove FittinK Corset Duplex Corset Dr Warners Misses Corset Childrens torscl OKLAHOMA TEE LAM OP PEOMISE P the lent brands of guaranteed in ular above excel corsets are every partic AVS OPEUA HOUSE DfHAS MANAflKI Juat Ono Ni THURSDAY MAR CH 6th EngdffeiJiiTU of iiic VouiiKTulonted and smriti Amoricim Star CORA TANNER Under tho of Col Win B Sinn of the Park thcvitr lirwklyu Second rciinn In the Dcllglitfu Sparkling Witty New iny Tho Original Company Gorgeous Costumes Appropriate Scenery unJ h for OrtginalUy Novelty Ko Abtcr UK Interest Stirring1 Situations leturua Priires 25 VI ami 75 cents To Inreatlffato Mme KELLOGGS System of Ladies French Tailoring Now bclns Taught at O A U flail Loganapt Tlie only eystem IQ Amerlua by you enn cut Worths rrenon Pr nt Book Sleorps and SKirtB wliboutaltoratlon or rcSttlng Benrai of imlttloos Never learn charts modoU or machines tall rs whnt they use In cut ting tncn 8 clothing by Learn what they us j you willobtIntliehr results Wa td lady to UU posltl nasoutter In large flry jrooda house wages per week Also agents and teachers nnd business manage fur school In this city guuraixtOd Call for French Fashion louraaifreo at Q A B Hall School of ontttasr open all darFive dollavi pays for system complete pays for da llmlted Instrnctl ns FINE PERFUMES FOR THE PAR YINS I2th Street Drug Store FURNITURE Prices the Lowest OUR DESIGNS jlRE NEW Nonebut best workmanship al lowoj to leave our salesrooui 8 A KKOCOEIt RODNEY STRATM KROEBERiSTRfON Undertaker Well Mnturod In Operation to Cap ture the New Territory for the Colored Political Society That Pro poses to Try an Important Experiment Scheme as Outlined by Those in the In the Senate and of Money KANSAS CITY Mp March P McCnbe returned from Washington City Saturday and left for Oklahoma last night to visit Lincoln first and then the other ne gro settlements in rapid succession Mr McCabe despairing of securing an appoint ment as governor of the new territory will ask recognition for his race in his appoint ment as secretary of the territory In this demand ho will be supported by the Grand Brotherhood composed of colored men which claims to represent nearly onehalf tha population of Oklahoma The ctange of front by Mr HcCaba is in accordance with the decision of tho brotherhood council which held a session n few days ago in Okla homa The council was attended by the officers of tho brotherhood from iTupcmQ Missouri Arkansas and Mississippi That body realizing that it was impossible to de feat tho Indian candidate for governor claimed that in justice they should have the second place in tho territorial government A Plnn to Capturo the State In add iticn to tlio agents of tho brother hood residing in tho south a special envoy O W Edmund has been sent on a tour through the southern states His method is to the work of the local agents who are sending negroes north He will in sist that none be sent who have aot means of subsistence for at least one year and that no fiiuiiiies be sent to Oklahoma unless the hiad of the household is an ablebodied man HJ has eon instructed to urge tha immigra tion of voters in accordance with the plans of the brotherhood to capture that country whenevur tho flrst state election is held All negroes not selfsustaining will be persuaded to remain in tho south until after the state governcaent is organized A Big Influx of Colored People As Washington agent Mr McQibu sent 300 families from North Carolina nnd 500 fami lies from South Carolina direci to Okla homa where they are now situ ated and some of whom will go to tho strip Mr Jnrrott one of tho Kansas agonts whoso headquarters have been with the im migratiou association in this city hue com pleted arrangements by which over 5000 families will be brought into tho territory before Sept 1 all from the southern states A number of wealthy negroes in TVsjsjiing ton are aiding this movement with tfoeir money us well as with their influence Sen ators Ingalls and Pluinb are lendicg their in fluence to the scheme the former beinges pecially active while several the house are warm supportei9 of the pro posed negro state Tho President Clears the Plan Mr McCabe while in Washington City had an interview with President Harrison in which the latter asked why the black race did not try to people a southern state Mc Cabes reply was desire to pel from tho associations that cluster about usiji tho southern states Wo wish to removt from tho disgraceful surroundings that de graded my people and in a uenterritory such as Oklahoma show tho people of the United States nnd of tho world that wo are not only good loyal citizens but that we are capable of arlvancwmeut unit that we can be KII honor to those who broko down the Carrieis of slavery Tho president while not expressing any opinion seemed to bo favorably impressed with the project Money for Education The negroes of Oklahoma have secured a section of land whinh is set apart for a uni versity William Waldorf Astor haspromised to endow it with 55013000 as soon us the build ings and n present United States sen ator will give S50000 toward the as soon as tbe territorial governmont is established which will probably be within two weeks the president hiving urged con gress to ncc speedily Donations will be secured to put up buildings within the year valued at and there will bo estab lished the greatest negro university inthe world It will bo located not fur from KiqgBsber Gettinc Keady to Move now located in Ciraham SLOSSON BEATS JAKE SCHAEPER Billiard Tournament llefiuilts In u Win for Gentleman George JfEW YORK March end of the first portion of the billiard tournament book plaoe Saturday night and resulted in Georga Slos on taking flrst place he having won Dva games and lost none while won tour and lost one The two men vrere even when the game begnm Saturday night as to games won on averages Schaisfer was ahead also on highest nms The closing gams tied the averages but left Schaefer ahead on Ugliest runs There was a great throng in attendance Review of ttiu Playing Slosson won the back but only made two 3asy ones Schaefer missed entirely In tbi second inning Slosson did some remarkabli playing running up a score of 13a One c snots was a most difficult masso which brought thunders of applause Schaefer then went in and he also did a beautiful stroke in a long masse imd got round of cheers Hei kept his up splendid worl until he had gathered 109 waen he weri down on an easy one From this time on with tho exception of a few spurtsi the play dragged and people began to get tired until the last inning for George when he 5au good work again and ran out amid tro mendous cheers He had beaten tho worlds champion by a score of 500 to 3J3 The remaining half of the tournament wil be played at Chicago An Offer to Xtnry the llalolict CHICAGO March Brunoll of tha Brotherhood has addressed a letter to the secretaries of all the base ball leagues In the country jn which ho claims that thi Brotherhood is an established fact and pro poses an agreement between them all baring for its object too mutual recognition of al contracts between players and clubs the proper support of discipline and a uniform code of rules Ho puts a sting in the letter so far as the National league is concerned by reflecting on arbitrary rules that deprive tte player of his natural rights etc McCormick the Champion Skater MINNEAPOLIS Mma March Paulsen and Hugh J JlcCormick skated a tenmile race yesterday at White Bear lake Jcr 8400 a side and tha worlds ohampion ship McCormick caught Paulson very early in the race and dogged him until the last lap when he spurted and won the race by about onethird of a mile Time MOWED DOWN BY A CYCLONE Alabama aad Mississippi Towns Partly Number of Peoplle Hurt BIHHIKOHAM Ala March special from Talladega Ala gives an account of a most terribla storm which passed over that place Friday morning It made a path about 100 yards wide and death and destruc tion mark its entire course Houses were blown down and the boards and even the beams and rafters carried for a considerable distance Trees were snapped oIE like pipe stems or torn from the ground by the roots Cows horses and other domestic animals wore killed and a number of people living in the houses blown down wore seriously in jurerl but none fatally ITamlly llurlcil In tlie Ruins The town of Carthago Miss was partial ly destroyed by the tornado The court house was fhst struck and the cupola roof ing and chimneys carried away Several residences were demolished including that of C f Breniian The Brennan family consisting of husbaiid wifo and four chil dren were biiriert in tho debris All were sjverely wounded one of th5 children hav ing sinco fifed of its injuries The Iowa Scnntoishtp DESMoiNBS Ia March Democrats of the two houses held a caucus on XJnited States senator Saturday aud nominated S L Bestow late candidate for lieutenant gov ernor Bills to the oumber of 170 were in troduced in the house among them flve Au stralian ballot bills three or four for com pulsory education several to regulate in surance companies besides bills for local option prohibiting trusts or pools and to control tho railways in various ways A Democrat offered a resolution inviting sign ers of petitions in favor of Larrnbee for sen ator to act in future with the Democracy but it was lost by a tio voto Tho senate did lljttle business 163 Broadway Telephone No 63 Calls Promptly Attended Day or county among whom are many intelligent thrifty men are preparing to move in a body to Oklahoma They will follow the general plan of making a settlement so that their numbers will constitute their strength As theso were the fouudersof tho brother hood which has dona so much to unify lUe raco this contemplated movement is signifi cant They will take with them considera ble wealth aud will have a reserve to draw from and will add greatly to the strength of the schema for forming a negro state A Brotherhood Man Talks An officer of the brotherhood siaid yester day We do not propose to impose upon the whites nor abuso our power Wo will simply stand by our own people and there can be but one result nnd that result will be a solid negro stnte the grandest iu the Union In brief the power pf tho new society tha Inde pendent Brotherhood Is in a fair way to ac complish its purpose It has united the black raco and for the flrst time the negroes can be said to be a people guided by one impulse They are determined to hava a state and Oklahoma being their only chance they are determined to capture it by a peaceable con quest nnd they are likely to succeed They will hava power Thay will hava 100000 within the borders of that territory before tho end of the year and with McCabe as a territorial officer will have 50000 more Remarkable Weather for tho South NEW ORLEANS La Tha weather Saturdsiy morning was the coldest of tae season throughout Louisiana and most of Mississippi the mercury falling below the freezing point every where except in this city I Great damage was done to cane corn vege Jables etc Tho truck farmers are heavy losers The Man Who Shot at JNelL COU7UBUS 0 March police have arrested a young man flamed Elmer Corbin for the assault made on Dr Alexander Neil The doctor identified him Corbin denies any knowledge of the matter but says he is a somnambulist aad has often done equally absurd things in trig sleep Xyiichi Latent Mllislislppl Work GREEXVmJE Miss March body of the negro Burke Martin who resently shot and killed a white man for the purpose of robbary was found hanging to the rail road bridge at Ittenaba Miss Saturday morninig The lynchers are unknown 0 lie Weatiier We Mar Xzpect WASHINGTON CUT March lollowinz are the weather indications f or thirtysix hours from fi p in yesterday For Indiana and Lower fail weather winds Michigaiiand AW Fair weather variable winds slight v warmer For treather eastioly The Vice President at Charleston S C CaAKixsTON 8 C March Presi dent jllortori and party arrived here yester day Mayor Bryan aad a committee of the Vnnderbilt Benevolent association met them at the station and conducted them to the Charleston hotel After breakfast Mr Morton attended St Michaels church and was driven about the city During the day aad evening the vice president received a number of callers The party was taken a drive about the city this mornidg and left for Florida this afternoon YoungAbraham Lincolns Condition LeofDON March Abraham Lincoln is steadily recovering from the eSects of the latest operation and the seri ous phases of his case arediminishing While all danger is not yet passed the prospect is more encouraging than at any time since the illness became alarming LONDON March condition of Mas ter Abraham Lincoln remains unchanged He is very feeble but in most respects not noticeabty more so than ha was yesterday morning Crime Drove Her Insane POST HCrsow Micb March C Krill a druggist of this city suspected his wife of infidelity He told her he was going to Toledo to stay two days but returned the same night and caught her in flagrante de llcto witih James Nelson a Commercial bank clerk He let Nelson off on hL promising to leave the town and forgave his wife Friday the disgrace drove the unhappy woman in sane but her husband promised to care for her and she was left with htm ACASEFOECOUBT The Quorum Question To Be Settled for Good of JSxGorernor NEW HAVEN March James Edward English died yesterday in his 78th year Ho had been ill for some weeks with pneumonia Governor English was promi nent in the politics ol his state and in 1567 eajoyed the distinction of being the only Democratic governor in the United States Ha leaves a large fortune to his widow and son Uncommon Weather at Savannah Ga SiVAysAH Ga March light snow fafl here yesterday morning the first unow faiifor many years Ice f ormedSaturday night nod vegetation generally is The damage to truck garden orops can not as yet bo estimated but it is very largs Hundreds of Range Cattle Frozen ST Lewis Mo March from northern Texas say that of range cattle have been frozen to death during the present cold spell and unless the weather ipeedily moderates the Joss of stock will very severe A5 ISSUE WHICH TILLS THE BILL The Fight To Be Made on the Atkinxm Pendlcton Evidence in the Civil Service Baform Does Xot Want to Die in Dr Green Closes His Talk Against Postal Not Fatally Items WASDIXOTOX CITY March pursu ance of tha statement made by Carlisle re cently that the unseating of Peudleton ot West Virginia will come up In tbe courts Pendletoti siys The action in turning me out was clearly unconstitutional A mem ber is unseated by tho house and the quo rum consists of 100 members not 162 There are two ways and two places in which tha question of constitutionality can be brought up Suit con either he brought in tho su prema court or the court ot claims The proceedings can be quo warramto in nature andbasadona call on the show causa why ho prevents me from exercising the privileges a member A suit for sal ary can also bo entered la either event the question for settlement will be whether the speaker had tho right to declare a mem ber unseated without a quorum voting Republicans Rciacfjr for a Test The Democrats say they will not bring suit until Atkinson votes on tome bill which be comes a law and then they will make the point that it is unconstitutional Tha Re publican managers are perfectly satisfied to make a test case of the matter They claim they could have bad a qiorum voting when Pendltiton was unseated but in order to de cide the question definitely they allowed At kinson to take his seat on 162 votes FIXED THINGS AT MILWAUKEE The Case of Shidy Comes Up Before tbe Civil Service Investigators WASHINGTON CITY March The Shidy caso was taken up Saturday by the house civil service reform committee Shidy is the man who while clerk of the examining board of the Milwaukee postoffice at the orders oE tha postmaster fixed it so that the latter could put tho men he wimted in office and yet appeal to be carrying out tho civil service rules Shidy admitted this before the commission when that body made an in vestigation of MtlwaukeepostoUlce methods He said ho did not conceal the ply did not give it away until he called was upon to tell the truth He was dismissed while others who 1eiused to tell anything were retained Shidy was later appointed to a position iii the census bureau How Ue Got tlie Job Census Commissioner Porter was the flrst witness He said lia gave Shidy a place at tho suggestion of Commissioner Roosevelt who said Shidy had been unfairly dismissed Tho latter had passed a fair examination but Porter would not have appointed him it he had known of his Milwaukee record Mr Roosevelt then took tho stand and ad mitted what Porter htid testified to believing as he did that Shidy had basil unjustly dis missed Roosevelt hod dskod postmaster to reappoiatShidy he had refused but said ho was willing for Shtdy to havj a place in the census bureau Later the census position was obtained Foosevelt snul he supposed Porter know ShMys record as several congressman had protested to Porter against Shrndys appointment Postmaster General Wanamaker said that Roosevelt had conveyed the idea to him that Shidy was a good man who had done tho commission gooil service The committee hen adjourned REED NOT TEMPTING FATE Tlie Speakers Characteristic Deeliwalum of an Invitation to Iteiitucky WASHINGTON CITY March Just before the shooting at tho Capitol Friday Spaakor Reed wrote a letter ail invitation of tho Blue Grass club a Louisville organ nation to a dinner Tho letter is written to Representative Caruth of Kentucky and is as follows DEAR MR CARLTH I shall not accept the a connscatton of its property ana yet postmaster general told lie committee blandly arid smilingly that was on goo terras with the telegraph companies H could smite and smile and murder while h smiled The Western Union proposed tt test that order in the courts This posta telegraph proposal had not received th sanction of tha president as it should han done ia this country Cabinet officers j had not that right which they had in Eng I land to advocate measures before parlia rnent Every matter proceeding from the cabinet should have the sanction of the pres j idcnt but here a cabinet officer with pet scheme coaching a committee of con jgress A Brush with tbe Committee Representative Grain said that so far as the postmaster general was concerned he hai never coached him or the committee Dr Green retorted that tbo postmaster general had several hundred offices in each congressional district at his disposition Iii answer to a question oi Grain as to whether the establishment of the scheme would not be an injury to the Western Union company for the benefit of the people Dr Green replied that it would be an injury to ths company for the benefit of 1 per cent OL the people Representative Bingharj also said that the postmaster general was not coaching the committee and furthermore the committee did not propose to bs coached Trouble with the Other Ninety Per Cent Representative Candler of Massachusetts told Dr Green that he inferred from a re mark made by him that be thought that the committee was holding meetings to injure the Western Union This was unjust Cnncller wanted to know why 58000000 out of the 59000000 of people in this country die not use the telegraph Dr Green in answer said that this was essentially an agriculture country Tha farmers had no use for the telegraph except in cases of death Neither did artisans and other classes of working people use it Barnum of New York spoke in favor of the bill oa behalf of the visual synchronism company which he explained was inter ested in a new system of rapid telegraphy Tauloeo Will Recover WASHINGTON CUT March ExCon gressman Taulbee late last night was report ed in a fair way of recovery Tha bullet fired by Kincaid and which struck Taulbee near the outer edge of the left oyeand passed downward two inches is not the physicians think doing any harm and has not been re moved Kincaid was brought to the polico court Saturday afternoon and set at liberty under 83000 bail Lato last night Taulbeos physicians re ported his condition favorablo to ultimate re covery He was strong enough yesterday afternoon to converse a few moments with iutinato friends who called to see him Calking tbo Senate Chamber WASKiwoTOtf CITV March step toward the entire concealment of the news of the secret sessions of the senate was token Saturday A number of workiugmen wore employed through a great part of the day carefully pointing up the walls im mediately surrounding the doors of tun sun ate galleries With the cracks in the senate inner walls carefully closed up the double doors securely fastened the gallery floor toared oE all but the watchmen aud the watchmen sitting ten feet from ho doora it is safe to say that no secret news will leak out through tho galleries of the senate Treasury Balance Sheet WASHINGTON CITY March month ly public debt statement issued from the treasury department Saturday shows a de crease in tbe debt during the post month amounting to for seven months of tho current fiscal years The treasury holds more net cash than a month ago and the national bank deposi tories now bold but S3S 178304 of govern ment funds Tho gold fund balance is 810 greater than at tho eud of January and the silver fund balancu greater Little Work Done In the House WASHINGTON March house chaplain Saturday referred in bis prayer to the shooting of Taulbee Tha senate bill providing for an assistant secretary of war was passed as wore a few private pension bills and then the contested election case of Feathcrstone vs Cate First Arkansas dis nvitation presented by the Biiua Grass club i trict was taken up but after brief debate Tho reason is very simple I notice that the matter was laid aside owing to tho scant Jay F Durham is president Now J F Durham assured me during tbe late disturb ances that if they had me in Kentucky they would kill me Knowing said Durham to be a journalist his declarations to rae im ort absolute verity I do not wish to be ailed especially in Kentucky where such an event is too common to attract attention or a good mau to die anywhere is of course gain but I think I can make more dying later aud elsewhere Very truly T B REED In view of the occurrence right in the na tional Capitol almost before the ink was dry on the abovo note the coincidence is consid ired interesting GREEN ATTACKS WAMAMAKER 2oncluslon of the Western Union Mans Remarks on Postal Telegraph WASHINGTON CITY March Noriin rreen grew personal in his remarks Satur lay before the house committee on post ifflces and post roads He began his speech y saying that tha rates foir telegraphing lad been reduced as much BH could be borne y the companies It now cast tho Western Jnioa 224 cents n message to send one Compared with the English rates those pre in America were as 25 to 20 The rate in Europe for distances of 600 miles was about Su cents while iu this country mes sages could be sent the same distance for 40 ents Wages ft ml the EucUsli Deflcit There was a deficit ia the Knglish postoffice elegraph system every year and since the tablishment of the system this deficit had amounted to more than Dr Green read a statement showing that the varage of monthly salaries paid to mule and einale operators in the London telisgraph fflce was while inthe New York ffice the average was Mil Tho postal elegraph system in England had been run at loss and this when the salaries were half as great only as those paid in America the lines shorter and the country to be reached more compact in settlement That lattle Tick Not So Easy In reference to the statement of this post aster general that bo believed that the postofilce employes detailed as operators I ould soon leam the little tick Dr Grean said that operators sant from telegraph I ehools were not fitted to handle stay imj xrtant wires when Ihty wentijato telegraph fflcd It took them years to learn the ittle tick The doctor said a number of ompanies had tried to compete flith the Yestern Union the object of predicts that the Ohio at wiu risa the end of the pres overflow to against 514 in 1SS3 Si2 in 1S3S and 515 in ISSC all in Feb The bulletin says that the rainfall them lying to force the Western Onion to buy them The last com i petitor hail been the Baltimore ami Ohio j which hart failed in trying to carry messages at a low rate and now the postmaster gen era was proposing to establish a 10ccnt rate for greater distances than those that hid killed the Baltimore and Ohio i He for III conclusion Dr Green iaid that Wana maker had an order ngaxding thedis of government attendance of members and tho house ad journed Bought Land for a Methodist University WASHINGTON CUT John F Hursts project to build a Methodist university in the District has taken a prac tical shape and its actual existence ia now almost an established fact Friday the Davis tract consisting of ninety acres on the Loughborough road was purchased for tha above purpose tho price being 8100000 of which 20000 was paid down It is a beauti ful site nnd was sold in 187S for A Jinn to Carefully CHICAGO March Times has ex posed tho villainy of the Rov C B Cahusao alias Dr Towner who has been in that city for some time making a business of planning the ruin of young girls He was really an employe at Kinsleys restaurant The Times with the assistance of a lady reporter worked up the case against him then got him in The Times office confronted him with the evidence where ha broke down and agreed to leave the city Another Nihilist Plot Discovered LOXDOX March dispatch to The Tel egraph from St Petersburg reports the dis covery of another Nihilist conspiracy whose programme included a variety of outrages A number of have been made in con nection with the plot Ought to Have Speaker Reed ATHEXS March chamber of depu ties which has been considering the budget was compelled by the obstructive attitude of the opposition to sit all Saturdtnight and until 10 oclock yesterday mornlrj in order to pass the estimates A Blow at the Bucket Sfaopj CHICAGO March board of trade Saturday adopted resolutions abolishing the department of market reports aad discon tinuing the collection and furnishing of mar ket reports quotations after the 31st inst Shot a Michigan Man SAX ANTOMO TexMarch Hea gan shot and fatally wounded Dr GK F Bai ley veterinary surgeon at Pearsall Satur day during a dispute over a business trans action Bajley wasfrom Michigan Arrecii to Advance Dnbber ANEW YORK March rubber boot and shoe manufacturers wo hare been in session here have adjourned to meet again March 5 at Boston They atfirst decided lo most advance prices of rubber goods 10 par cent Drop a Nickel in grocers kand and get a package of PYLES PEARL NEthe original and best WashingCom pound It will save you time trouble health wear and tear which cannot be computed in dollars It s bettereasierquicker than soap for washinoclothes and housecleaning if thats not true what becomes of the many many millions of packages sold annually induces the hundredsof imitations Did it ever occur to you as strange that almost every imitation of Pearlinc is given a name ending in JNE A wolf in clothing trick depend upon it their tricks dont stop tneic Peddlersand unscrupulousor misinformed graceis will tell you this an imitation is as as Pearlre same as Pearline etc etc Its notHr like as good as Pearline our you will recognize and share the of than secret when you use Pearline TAX NV CELEBRATED HATS SPIUNO PRfNU STYLES TVrRS JPRINO TVLES DEWENTER The HATTER NEKVY TO THE LAST A Westc rn Bank Robber in His Boots Dies HE TAKES A VEEY DESPERATE EISE I i Aud Falls n Victim ot JIU An Cuso of Toullmclio and Two Revolvers n Successful Bobber Run Down Tuts His Hands In the Wrong Startled Telu graiilicrg Ccoitiejs luails to u I VALLEY FALLS Kan March boM Milk robbery occurred hero Saturday even ng A uiaskod man entered Hickii Gep harts bank about 3 oclock lield up the cashier with two revolvers nud robbed the bank of Tbo robbers escaped tbougli ho town turned out minutes after tbs robbery iu hot pursuit One of tho robbert ot inside tho bank railing oil the plea or laving a severe tootbacbo which ha desired o soothe by getting near the store Burglar In a Corner MSBIDEV Kan March rnnu an iwering the description of tha robJxsr who tole 84000 from Hicks GepuavPa bank at Valley FolU Saturday registered at a hotel hero Saturday night Police Offlc ers Smith and Summerfleld who liad been notified of ho arrival of the stranger armed themgo into training f 01 selves with Winchester rifles and at 12 dency clock went to the note where they M Constans iMav nisnt A M VTossoii a keeper of a saloon and dance got Into a quarrel with a railroad num Tha man knockisd him down whereupon Wassou drew a revolver and shot the man dead A crowd soon ered and incited 07 the railroaders friends took Wusson out of tha jail where he wna locked up and hanged him to a piae tree ABBREVIATED TELEGRAMS The Uepublican National club coveution will ireo at Nashville Tenn tomoiTow A national telegraph will be held in New York April 10 u f prizes aggic gating S500 George Francis Irniu left Jjostou et mid uisht Sunday for n trip around the world against Nellie Blystnio The Nortu Side T timer hull at Oshkou Viis was destroyed by flre Sunday LOBS insurance fSOOO Gill Forrests Toller mill at HUbboro N D burned Sunday together Triih two cars of wheat Lwts A league of Libtirais has been formed In Mop il Quebec iritU tho purpose ol secur ing uo independent of Canada It is stated at Cb cage that too big smelt ing organizations ot tho country formed a trust with a capital ot t25CWOOOT Senator Blair no v believes his educational bill will pass the senate A is likely to bo taker before the end of tin week Chauncy M DapcHdenies the report tlut he is to resign thei railway presidency an the United pr w French minister of the ueJted that the stranger be called When I interior had a difference with tlie pre he stranger descended to the office he was mier and resigned M Bourgeois hu been onfronted with the polico officers with Dut in his nlace police ifles pointed squarely at his breast He aver quivered but looked inquiringly around Desperate to the last Throw up your hands Officer Smith ommanded The stranger seemed to realize iis situation then but instead of obeying the ommand he thrust a hand into either side I jocket of his overcoat to druw the revolvers which only a few hours before had intimid ted Cashier Cohn of the Valley Falls bank As the stranger made the motion towards is weapons both Winchesters were dis harged instantly at his breaat tranger fell dead with one bullet through put in his place Tbe carpentero employed in nine of ibe yards on the Thames river England have struck for an advance of 6 pence per day in Jieir wages Thomas Pottit tha American tencis j i tko champion c heart and another through the right ung Money Becovered In the strangers boots were found rackages of greenbacks of toOO each but it is now stated by one of their number that they afterward resolved to make a 15 per cent advance as later advices show the shortage of the crop of crude rubber to ba much greater than supposed Soma manufacturers predict thit Para rubbar will soon be worth 81 a pound A Sacceiufai TorpedoBaat NEWINMVT R L March Con verse U S TS in chiirge of tha torpedo was pronoonced ber here of a murder and bourt to be to an reqolrenarti uda j VaHie Station fifteen nuta ot two Tlie estof the money was found distributed among his various The outlaw was osltlvely identified from a registered re eipt dated at Burlington Kan us one obertson Re a MlaUty Slick Un Telegraph Operator Taylor at this place taking a message Saturday night when e heard some one in the room say Im a lickun Taylor did not look up until lie had completed his work which was a de cription of the Valley Falls robber Upon urning round to see the man who had spoken Taylor nearly lost breath when he saw standing before him the very man descritied in the dispatch He did not reveal the fact of the recognition but merely agreed with the stranger that he was a slick un The stranger inquired tbe time of the next train for Atchiaon and asked where he could put up for the night The operator directed him to a hotel where the slick on took a room without registering requesting that he be called at 5 oclock in the morning in time for the Atchison train and that is how the slick un came to marked down TERRIBLE LIFE AT SEA A Bound from Australia to Leo don Down with ZOO LOKDOS March British steamer Quetta plying between city and Indian and Australian ports left Cookstown Au stralia Feb 2 on ber voyago to London TThfle making the passage of Torres straits at the northern end of Australia the ship struck a rock not down on the chart and sank The number of her passengers is not known but were tortby the disas ter The vessel of 22t tons burden had six watertight compartments and was rated high at Lloyds One Hundred and Sixtyfour A later dispatch from Brisbane tbe steamship Quetta which recently fonnd deredat sea on her voyage from Cookstown Queensland for London had on board 290 persons Of these 316 were saved including the captain and several officers of the ship Jnit a LHile Common Dtrvnira CoJa March Gen Butler will be known no longer by the irreverent of CockEyed Ben A surgical operation has removed the droop of his left eyelid The school board of Philadelphia ar ranged to establish penny savin banks in connection with the that city 3 per cent to be paid on nil from a penny up Charles H Elliot and Elizabeth NugMt respectively 17 and IS years old and both children of well luoirn Milwaukee got married last week and now are moving to ainul the marriage on round of infancy William Robins uid James Hoora of Leb anon Mo were ln charge of two on charges of mcmdiarUm lait Thundov eight when Swan Lithrum and Betto Smith two young women entered tho room aod held tbe officers tiaJle tbe cwmped Tbe girls are now n bastito fn of their sweethearts CREAM cuperiorexee fence proven in of for more a century it by the Unit ed Government Kn dorced by tbe Bead of tne great the BtroogeM fureet and meet UeaiUtful Or Cretin f Povuer on coothln A oiiBonila Lime or AJum Sold only KewTork BCD Fnndteo at Lac J   

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