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   Logansport Pharos (Newspaper) - March 4, 1890, Logansport, Indiana                                LOGAN8POBT DAILY 15TI1 YEA11 PHAROS TUESDAY EVENING MAKCH 4 JOHN GRAYSiBAEPEESBIO DEAL NEXT CORNER Decision of Interest to Bank ing Institutions M i oj r dull of sale IILWJJHJKXITN DOiAVi OIKKA IIULSE V 11 DOIN THURSDAY MARCH 6th Btur CORA TANNER tndtr tlio Sinn of tinfurl FIDELITY BANKS GSEAT PAILUBE It u Cai for Iho National Sn lircnio Court lit Which Chicago Mei Gut a 840000 POSIM Xiitioiia Supreme Court Decision on Jiin Croiv Taiilbeo IJanscrously CapifciU Notes j IVASHixrsTON CITY March claim of tin American Exhango National bank ot Chicago affaiust Da 1 Armstrong receivel sioro i bank ni Cincinnati growing j i ut Gl tbo frinious liarpcr Triicat deal was i i i deeiderl bj tho supreme court of the United j States jesteruay Tho decision not only j gives tho Chicago bank everything it has I oske1 for but irmly establishes very iaiportaiit proiciple in which all banking and commercial houses tr3 interested that a bank or firm receiving regularly issued bank documents as collateral newl not ascertain tvhfctlior parties ofTuritig the collateral have I given valtto to the bank issuing The de I cision establishes and pntccts tle valiiliry j aad integrity OL bank documents issued by j bank officers under the usual authority of their positions and henco will bo received with satisfaction in tho financial and com mercial world Short History ul tho Casio Tha liistory of tho coeo funi J5 or ot tho clatn vrhou tho onterprisiiig Mr Harpor oi Cincinnati was ondoavoriij to work a groat wheat cornmwith other pejplos money On that day Joseph lihir of Cincinnati delivcrod to C J Kcr Co of a for IJOO drawn by iho Fidelity bank uf Cincinnati on the Chemical National bank of Hew Yrrk payablu to tho order of C J Kerihaw ci Co a draft for SlOOflOO drawn by tho Fidelity bank on tin Chemical Na ban payable to the oriuof tho Vrirkvui Exchngo KatioanI bank and 1 letter of advice issued by FWelitjbank to tho American slating that Wilshiro Co of Cincinnati had da j posited in the Fidelity bank 8200000 to the I rrodit of tho American bntik for tho tiro of C J Kcjshnv Co All kVcjit Into tin VvScat Deal Kcrshaw Co kept an account with American Exchange bank and after recsiv tug from TVLlaliire thesi dosuments deposito then in thr Ainericnii Hxcliango bank ro coiving credit therefor in tho regular of business K L Harper now iu tho Ohio peniten tiary was then vice president of the Fidelity bank and he Was using his banks money ii the f tucago wheat deal Harper issuwl these document without any consideration being paid to his bank When tho situation seemei hope ess lie attempted to sivo liimsoli by in voving other pinties in his framitilcnt nets In fiirthnrauco tliia scheme he pnyinent of tho Xew drafts aud soon aftor the Fidelity hauk was taken possession of bj tho comptroller of tho currency anc tho vlioli schomj to roh tho Fidelity bank Was vprSitl Ap al Company iiopriato Sconoti interior I years ended if they ever did end tee south ern states would object to raising by taxa tion tho sums that would then lie necnssary to keep up the schools He believed that with people as with individuals selfhelp was the best help SEPARATING WHITES AND BLACKS Tho Supreme Court of the United States Says Its All RIght WASHINGTON CITY March supreme court of tho United States yesterday rendered a decision in the ca33 of the Louis ville Orleans arid Texas Railway com pany against the state of Mississippi involv ing validity of the Mississippi state lavre quiring nil railroads operating within the state to provide separata compartments or cars for white end colored people The question at issue was whether the law is a regulation of interstats commerce and therefore beyond the power ot tho state The Mississippi totiirt Sustained Tha supreme court of Mississippi when it decided the cese held ihat the statute ap plied solely to commerce witliia tho stat and that construction being the construc tion of the statute by highest court is accepted as conclusive by the supremo court of tho United Stales in the decision yester day The court seas no error in the ruling of the siipromo court of Mississippi and it judgment and decision adverse to tho rail road companies is affirmed Judgi Brewer rend the opinion gf tho court to which Jus tices Harlan cad liradier briefly dissented THE ALLEGED SECRET SESSION It Cs Duly IleiortcU Tor llio Press In Spite of Precautions CITY March The senate in secret session yesterday afternoon de voted nearly an hour to tho consideration of the nomination of Henry C Warnioth to bo collector of customs at Kew Orlenin Dolph who reported the nomination favorably from tho committee oa commerces made a peech in dotenso of Warnioth and said that the committee had not fount tho charges jnado against him by Louisiana Republicans vcll founded Eustis led the opposition to the confirmation resting his case principal y on the record made by Warmoth when 10 governor of Louisiana when Eustis charged ho materially jncreaed the public debt without reason Tho nomination was coufirmod finally by a vote or 39 A ong list of oilier nominations was taken ip and coufirmod NO SALISBUBY TALKS The British Premier Denies La boijcheres Charges GLADSTONE SPEAKS POE PAEIfELL TII InvcstiVulu Mmc KELLOGGS em of Laili0s French Tailoring I iir a G A 1 Unit IJulldoring Professor ilynn WASHINGTON CITY March Fiynu who testified last wek beforD the k house civil servics reform committee to the effect that Miss Dabney had surreptitiously taken the now celebrated examination ques tions from his officesent n letter to the com mittee yaslerday in which he stated that on Saturday last throe men called at his house one of whom caijcd himself W W Ash by and represented bimfielf to be tho brotherin law of Miss Dabney demanded that lie give a written denial of all the testimony he had given before tho committee Ilci re fused to give the denial requested il then assaulted aud vben Ashby left ho did K threatening to inilict person ul injury upon him at another tjri Jynii also states that ho swore out warrant for Ashbys arrest but was uuablo to fiml Win and saysthat he believes tha ho gavo a fislse name and address Theonly in ieriouliy which VKII cim cut VVornid lrcncli rritit Hack anil SKIrts witliDiitiiltjmtiou or rcilttinir liewiir tmittlons iVcvertearn models or nmchiucH Ask tail what they ti3in cut lias men s clolhinst by Learn what they us roil Tvill obt in their reaiilta WatTit lady to till n usuuttcr ia laife 1ry tooils house wugos pel week Also ngcnts and teachers and business maimeer for school in this city bigwaros Call for French Fashion Journal free at A K Hall School of cutlinsc open all duv Five doliars pays for systom complete S pays for un llrultcd instrueti 119 FINE PBRFlfjKEX FOR THE HOLIDAYS PARYJNS J2lh Street Drue Store FURNITURE Prices tho Lowest OUR DESIGNS NEW but the bo vrorkmnuslilp oil tt lervc ovir salesroom 4 IV Henderson Sons for Tin American Exchango bank inaliei thujo iu good faith without th tluit thoy were issued in tiaud mid ttiereCore claiined to he innocent holdirH for value rccsiver of the Fidel ity brink refused to avithese cktiais when preseiieil rican TSxchtmgn hank brought suit apiinst tho nMXivcr in tlio tlnili tiit districL cnurt of Ohio to re cover Jadgmeut was rendered in favor of the American Kchanc bank for and itiferrst on tindividend whith should havo boon paid lo the American Ktfhanga bank whein othtr creditors werj jiaiil uuaruiLil Ijy tin Sujircino Couil Tho cases ivcre submitted to tiu liuitoQ State supwme couit under tho uiiiotyday rule without argument and the supreme court under a decision icuderud by Jusiics Blatciiford umrmetl the decision of tho loiver courts deciding that tu Exchingo bank was a bona lido and inro cent holder of thfs iloouments for value aud utitlcd to riivf nnth tho priuspal and 1 icinterctt oaiiufI DOINGS OF THE CONGRESSMEN Business Rather Iivcy at llolh Eiirts of tlie Cuiiitol WASHIKGTOX CITY March offered resolutions in the senate jesterday implying tbat the form ot law had not been coaipied with in the lease of tho Alaskan seal fisheries and directing that the lease bo not executed until tho soiiato iiitinirej into it referred Tho bill fixing salaries of United States judges at S6000 per year was passed Spoorer spoke against the educational bill Bills woro introduced to repeal the Icig awlshort haul clause of the interstate com nerce act providing for compulsory educa tion in Alaska Favorably propriatiug S2r Secretary Rusk on Wool WASUIVOTOX CITY March In reply to a statement of Tho Providence R I Jour nal to tho effect that the reason the UWtcd States docs not grow enough woo s to sup ply the home demand for certain kinds is that wo do not possess tho proiiar condiiocs Df soil and climate Secretary Rusk write the Boston Home Market club that nothing of tho kind is tho fact Ho says oar climate possesses every characteristic except the strictly polar nnd aud our soil is equally doversiiled and is capable of jrowing any kind of ivool The difficulty le ijays is one of development of the indus ry which has not kept paco with tha de aiand not because of isinhojvit slowues but bccausa oj tho rapid levilopment of ma Jhinery which has created demands before there was no inducement to produce Sovereignty of tho Sliie WASHINGTON Cm March tho supremo court yesterday a decision was iven reiterating the principle heretofore lekl that a state can not bo sued without its consent and is absolutely supreme as to vhethcr it shall pay its obligations or not The case was ono where a man named Hans rued Louisiana for money due on coupons issued under a state law and later repudiated by iHio legislature The supreme court said the coupons were nothing but tho states promisis to pay based on tho faith of the state atl were not sxibject to judicial en forcement unless the state agreed A simi lar case fron North Carolina was decided tho same way Tanlbcu in a Critical Condition WisinxcTOx CITY ilarch gressman Taulbeo who was shot by Corre spondent Friday was in a eriti An Appeal for Justice to the Irish Lead OffLnrts Jlarcourt anil the Withdraws in a O M Criticises the Ucport of the Commission as Having Xo riloro Than tlie Opinions of Other Men LOVIIOX March the house of lords List evening tho Marquis of Salisbury re plying to the assertions made by Labouchero in thi housi of ccmaions explained that he did not Gen Sir Dightou Probya with a view to enabling Lord Somerset to escape Frobyn wheJ him Salisbury asking an in terviiv As Probyiv did not mention the subject of hi requested interview he sup posed that it ivferrjl to a propose journey af tta Prince of Wales Ho m t Probyn the railway station aud had with him a conversation in tho courso of which robyu mntion3d the scandals Lord Salisbv rjdeclared that h3 never slid a war rant wxs about to be issued for Lord Somcr it and ho did not believe that Gen Probyus hnracer would penult Uiiu to do anything nith tle intention of defeating justice lords was erowiled with Conservative Members of tho commons to listen to Salis aarys statjrnant and the premiers ivords Aere leceived with on incessant itorm of Appeal Tor Paraell In tho commons was present or the first his recent slight ill During his confinement h occupied ieii with the preparation of an elaborate incech on Jlorleys amandincut to the gov ernment motion that the houe adopt the of the Parnell coin mission Morleys notion was to incorporate iu tha govern ment motion nn apolory to PirnH and a denunciation of The Gladstone spoke lor tvro hours Disparaging the Eejiort He that if the motion of tho govern ment bad suflicd to do justice to tho mem bers impugned he would have been willing and ready to support it but it was utterly iasullioieut Although be deemed it his duty to criticise SOUIG of the statements of tho judges he believed that there was not a lino of their report that was not written in honor and good faith But in what respect ho had the judges more weight or authority than other experieucel 111011 in deciding how far crime in Ireland was due to the league or to oppressive eviction The judges had unearthed an obscuia paper called 1ho Irishman filling several pages of their report with extracts thorufrom which Archbishop Walsh characterized as abomi lablo Wera they equally liberal in according blameto other things equally aboraiiable Ju dealing with the grand and cTpita otrjiicci concerning which they were especially diretl to inquire all that they had sail wai that tao 1jiter which thj charges wero founded was a forgery Separation a Dead Issue The r port con vide1 tho respondents joiuiu ih ieaguj vitli a view of separating Ireland lioin Englnud This occurred in JSSO In 1S9J ho rejoical to bUjvo that the ELECriOMS IN IOWA VXuuicipal Votes a Rather Mi State of Affairs DEsileiNES Iowa election hore yesterday resulted in a victory for Mayor Carpenter and the entire Democratic municipal ticket A telegram from Fort Dodge says the entire Democratis ticket was there for the first time in tlba history of the city Oiiurnwa the home of Capt Hutchison the opponent of Governor Boies in the late state election also went Demo cratic At Iowa City the Democrats carried the council for the first tinae in twelve years while at the Republicans carried every ward something never before done The Independents carried theday at Mason City At Burlington tho Democrats were beaten by a coalition ticket and at Beaton Harbor the Republicans were beaten in the same way HVliy Ranch Resigned SPRIXCFIELD Ills March At last ses sion of tho legislature tha cnomics of Dr Ilauch secretary of tho state board of health made a dead set against him and re fusd to vote for an appropriation bill un less the money for his salary was stricken out Tha item went in and now O P Cooley of Knox publishes a latter from W A Huskell and P Rdlly both members at that time in which thaj agree that Bauch resign together with other objectiona ble employes of thj board Tho letter is lated Slay 21 The stipulation was to be kept secret but in view of the election of Rauch as secretary of the board Cooiey thinks ho has the right to disclose the facts Tho Iowa Legislature DES Ioixts Ia March were presented in tho yesterday for the election of Allison as United States senate ngainst the repeal of the prohibitory aw and for the erection of a soldiers mon ument A resolution was offered to reor ganize tho courts and reduce expenses A resolution placing compound lard on the mono footing as oleomargarine and praying ie United States senate to pass a law to SPRTSG Tl OTVLHS RPRIXlr 1 1HiNt OTVLES DEWENTER The HATTER COLLEGE ANTICS Students at Kalamazoo Cut Playful Caper ACEFiEVIATED TELEGRAMS Rftiifas City is afflicted with an epidemic of measles a Frost in Alabama has killed all the small PROFESSORS GIVEN AN AIS BATH Lhat effect was adopted sion of tha house There A Labor Contract for TITO Years YORK March journeymen plasterers of this city observed retrday as one of rest and jubilee to celebrate the con summation of an agreement by which they will commence on Way 1 to work eight hours a day at stipulated wages of 50 cents an hour or pr uny There have been frequent conferences btweou this boss plasterers and tlio Journeymen Plasterers union and ves ivnlay Iho arrangement as above was ratified The agreement is to hold good icr two vears idea Ol dcaJ The chargos that the Parnlitc3 i thjir spicchcs had in cited intimidation WT was o long ilitss in o Uli jears old It I to rycur to thoso in matter to hrrl Changes ho said taku piacc in Ireland and rc which owed their And Keith ts in tho Soup BOSTOV March B ICuith says ho resides in iYorceater entered the kousa of Capt Oriffln of Hook and Latldir company S on Tyler street yesterday whie intoxicated and demanded soup On bjins refusoJ ho knocked Mrs Griffin down and beat and kicked her She was the only member of the family in the housj at tlw time Keith was frightened away by somo ona at the door Ho was after ward capcurcil Mr Grittlus condition is ha Ianiollices aud wonid ba aci jail official al condition la3t night Testerday morc propnatiug SiiUOOO and 8H0000 for public ing the physicians placed MX Taulbeo under buildings at Saginaw Mich aud Lafayette I the influence of chloroformand made n suc Ind Uter nti oreentire session the senate cessful effort to find tho ball It was located adjouineJ I ia the necli in tie reiuof the Sijyns but on In tho houso ODonnell of Michigan I account of tho reak condition of Mr Taul Tjee it was not extracted Mr Taul beo has irado his mil and requested that the cass againat Kiucaid be ditjpped eren in casD of his death presented a petition signed by 253000 beventh Day Adventists protesting against any Wunday obtervanco laws Under sus r sus pensicn of tho rules a joint resolution au he appointment of thirty addi tional medical examiners in the burcaj was adopted pend the rules mid in the pension An attempt to sus pass the Oklahoma bill failed Bills introduced to appoint fourth TrouUle for Georgia Oougiressuien VVASHtwrox Crrr March The mem bers of the Ueorgia delegction in tho house of representatives havo notice served 1 will be con tion party Flock ora 75000 data in the field in each congressionaldi urn Bloomington at tho next elation and that none of WOfcockiord City j present delegation from Georgia will KRCEGEK RODNKV STRAfX KROEBERnSTRAIN Undertaker Broadway l phoue No SSSOOW Fort Dodge J7300 Davenport 310003ft SIOOOOOEau Claire s75000 Tho Arkansas contested election ose of Featherstone vs Gate was debated ponding which the house adjourned SPOONER ON NATIONAL EDUCATION He Opposes iho Blair Bill aud Gives His Reasons Therefor IVASH ixoTON CITT March of Vfisccmin spoke against tha educational bill in the senate yesterday He said that he had voted once for tho bill and once against it and now he again opposed it He denied that the Republican party ivaa pledged to the support of the bill Ha could not admit that the Federal hand could take jurisdic tion of tho school system of a state and take it into exclusive charge In the west and south there had been a great change in public opinion and in the attitade of news paper that had formerly favored the bill Argument Against tho Em Spooner spoke in terms of praise of the provisions for common school education in the southern states and said that the people to these states had not only been doing well in the education of white children but had found on the alliance ballot IIu Is Officially Ignored Jfo Longer WASunrOTOS Crrr March 4 Charles Tuppsr accompanied by Secretary Elaine called on President Harrison at the execu tive mansion yestarday morning Ho was received in tho library and remained some time in conversation with the president UntU yesterday the presence of Mr Tuppei In Washington has been officially ignored by statedepartment officials Circulation Decreasad SIOQOOQOO WASHINGTON CITY March treas ury department monthly statement of nt political Gad ill f jail forms wen to complishcd without violence Inrjroly through tho wji methods of the Irish party The charges igainst Parnell were not made at random btt vith tho assurance of the most careful scrutiny For a long time 1arnell had been thus liilloiiccl before tho country Was not reparation due him he asked Surely members shoiild not hesitate to givj what acknowledgement they could to a man who had suffered na enormous wrong Tories Charged with InyrnHtute He declared that nothing was affirmed against the IaristilitiDs now that had not been affirmed by Chief Secretary Forster and hiniseLf The Farneiiites were not con demned then The Tories he said had ridden into power on pamells shoulders and now Corruption in jLutilow Street Jail NEW VoRK Majch Fitzgerald in charging tho general sessions grand jury yesterday directed thoilatteutiou in an in direct way to the reported corrupt practices of Ludlow btree jail officials and said if the matter was called to tho grand jurys attention it should bj rigidly investi gated A reporter recently got himself ar rested and put in jail and savs he paid the ST5 for giving him unhuvful Dont Want to 1ay That Bonil CHICAGO March WUMan iud F H Trude tlu stiritioa on tho f1000 bail bond of John Graham tlio missing jury briber filed pleas ia tha criminal court yes terda contesting tho forfeiture of tha bonds Their claim is that they were re leased from all liability when tho sheriff took Graham out of thencharge by arrest ing kitn on a second iniictmont A lutmbjr of lawyers think the plea will be goo 1 ironUnion Railway Men Strike PrrrsBUHO March switchmen in the Pittsburg and Chartiers yard of tho thoy forsake him Ju conclusion ho appealed Pittsburg aad Lako Erie railroad struck from tho Conservatives as a party to the i jesterday for an advance in wages They Conservatives as individuals He begged I demand on increase from M to 82 10 for them as men to acknowledge tho law of i day and 5220 for night work No attempt equal moral obligations to place themselves was mado to move freight trains yesterday in Parnells position He earnestly appealed j and considerable difficulty is experienced iu for judgment from heart and conscience and jgettiug passenger trains out on tim Th3 closed by saying I entreat aye demand j strikers are all nonunion men such judgment as will give scanty reparation for an enormous wrong1 Bench Ruffles Harcourt Sir Michael HicksBeach said tho report was devoid of political projiudice and passion and Iho house certainly ought to accept it Citing Parnell as authority against tho as sertion that the Conservatives before com Jalto Cocs Up lor Sixty Days PCRVIS Miss March Kilrain ap peared in court yesterday morning for sentence After dwelling briefly on the laws of Mississippi against prize fighting and speaking in severe terms of the invasion of the state by the prisoner and his friends last ing mto office were pledged not to renew July for an unlawful purpose tha iudsro thnh sentenced Kilrain to two months impruon tnent in the Purvis jail and to pay a fine of Strike of 300 SAV FBAXCISCO March All the rudd ers employed in the foundries represented in tteConservatives in lS55 in order to equalize tho Iron Founderss josociation struck yes tie parties and secure the balance of power coercion Beaca demanded that Harcourt apologize for that calumny Hnrcourt replied that he had not heard the statement and then left the house de claring that he would not istay to be abused Beach continuing said ho inferred that the Parrrellites had voluntarily supported A Socialistic Preacher CHICAGO March the regular weekly njeating of Methodistpastors in this city yesterday Rev Mr Updyke made an ad dress upon liThe Industrial Problem in which hs attacked the system which allots large aggregations of capital and recom mended his brethren to study the works of Socialistic writers terday They number over SIX and about 00 other workmen are thrown out of work because of the strike The trouble is to a recent notice that after March 10 the foundries would not recognize certain regu lations of the union Another Defeat for Dr Call BCTFFUO N Y March Daniels j has handed down n decision on the motion tor a new trial in tha libeUiuit of Rev Ur jil against The JscwYork Even in Post Tbt motion Is vnied on the ground that the vero no cause of action was warranted by the jCarjjitin for the Czar ST FETLUSlt7FG ilarcii czar has f oroiddeu th inces of tbe Dolgorouki f am mrrt naaic sons of his turn to Russfa anv paid thni 13000000 roubles for the r estates al though the prop Not Scarert of tlie Socialists BERLIN March is reported that the emperor speaking at the council climier Saturday evening referred to tha success of the Socialists in the la t elect tons and saEd I do not fear them A a ro 3 Social dem ocracy it is my affair and 1 am ready to deal with it alone Surprised by Masked Imbibers at tho Fount of Wisdom They Arc liouml nnd Trotted 1onr JliliS into Country nnd Lett in a Decidedly Unpleasant Experience Which May Re sult Disastrously to tliu lioys KALAHAZOO Mich March years past it has beu the boas of tha faculty of Kalamazoo college that the youths intrusted to their caro have boon better behaved than those in other aud similar educational tnsti tutious throughout iho cjaatrr College pranks were of eouro occasionally indulged inbut tho which ocfteuchar acterized life in other universities vvjie un known It was matter for ment and selfcongratulation iaoug the grave professors that tie young uin now in attendance were even better than usual and it was the educatorsehiei pride that the tutors wciv invariably treated with the greaost possible litlt Illhold I a Clianjre Sucu a state of things it seems was too good to last always am now the faculty stand aghast in contjinpVMon of an outrage perpetrated on two uf its most dignified members which for bol Iness of coneption and succesful execution has seldom if ever been equaled students any where Saturday evanina Uilii nu W Des Antls a senior stu Oetroir in vited Professors Perry F and E P Ferry to sup with him The appointed hour came and went but tho ijonicnn failed to appear Meals are not delayed nt tho college and Mr DM Antols alj alone About half an hour after supper the yoini man in company with a ladv fimul snrteJ down to the city where th nifsiors have rooms to ascertain what ei j Baseball At St Augustine cage IS Ihihuielphia 13 Tte wairr s fifty miles Cairo j Ills IhOhio is tailing at Cinciuuait The mvt I lock ot American tin was re ceived at Pittrburg lloiiiiay say is excellent The Xcbrasica National bank of York Neb iia luis loen to i iiiivi Kr Mansfield 111 ig a note to his wife ile to pay his debts Fulls O ilonday George WllHl A named K Trautuian with a stone the scqje to i qnur Two bughrs rt Hii ny Fu worked ali Sunday lornr a hole through u brick nsJ and a ty had reached u ate oataiii j vL0 ihiy were a gun a hij hcico in ay Fivl 15 luis a soon altvr n not been s eii siuce iy and An on tiiiii on the Furt road near Misil t i livigh lr i hi rsUibl vline Ia city MIIIUI nigh ui1 1111 r oxplol Monday and set Ira uin A collision with another l unl an ngiixvi iiremru and ot ilnir iivs Kightten loaded MCC luruoil liunor a searcher of DCS Uudu Henderson a ne k per in a street tluei in that Jh nogro liaj tlircut tie lattvr had searched in i u0 Lulh meu bgan The VV i chl ixprct Iliu fllov the non th Hj met a chat perhaps errjis easily Q that sum cbauges in the circulation during February past shews a not decrtasj of S10J75ftl3 A State Treasurer Suspended CITY Mo March State Treasurer Isoland was suspended yesterday pending an examination of his books by Governor Francis Mr Noiand says his accounts with the state are correct and will bear the closest investigation Kepublican Club Jlen Gathering NASSVTILE Tenn March hundred delegates had arrived last night to attend the meeting of Republican League clubs in this city A great many more came en the morning trains Left Their ChiUlen Cocked in Probably GBEENVTILE March Hen ry Grceulce icolore1 and his wife were at chcrch Sundav mo ruing 1iaJr cabin near Tho TVomtxn Does the Shoiotine i took fire from Uie chimney and was shaft imprisoned eight men Monday and up fte eldest Eijlit Men in Great PeriL Pa March plosion of gas in the Sctith burnad aud their four ch Calls Promptly flfcfcendEfl to t Day or been doing well hi tha education of colored at Kojnmgsbnrg yesterday childrjn He quoted the presidents mes sagre to tho effect that such aid as provided in the bill should not be granted excapt in exceptional conditions and asied IE such conditions existed iti Kansas Wisconsin Iowa etc In concluding ha said the of the biU trouM ba to stimalate in the south undulr and thatsfesa eight PHTLABBLPHIA March 4Emma Thoi nas i burnad aud 1OCL colored shot and seriously her rereburnrf former lover James Jeffriss olored last j Catholics xvstXat Cneniate night because he bad married aaa ier JVFIS 4 tirchtisuop of Paris woman She was arrested hnj teueu a pastoral fcrbjctdias the Socialists Kaic a Riot I cmiltioa Ronua March Progns to latest accounts teasej they not been re ting by Socialists nnd a serious affxirv read ted j Many of rioters were arrestoi Citv Election at Portland 3fe PcrTLASD Sic March Mlcher Re publican was elected mayor yesterday Fcr city tffficers the Democrats carried two and the five Pat Tp TOES Gernaan ISlection Beturns March returns of the re bailots have all been receiired except nine ch ce ot Several ng Tlie Tics Trip SATAJTSAH Ga March Tnj 397 seats in tha reichsiagfilled by the Morton and party arrived here last night returns received are divided as follows from Charleston The party was met by 1 Semites 3 Alsatians 1L trespects fulfillment of them an half nn hour thorn to participate in a little j atini that the slukats had prepared at lorinltory A Tor llic 1rofiissors They acceptod tho invitation accom panied Mr Des Antols and Miss Sabiu his lady frien i to the college and spent a very pleasant evening Before departing for home tho professors stopped in Mr On Autcls room to bid him good night They had hardly been in tho apartment a moment vheti the door was burst open ani in inarched twentyfive studen a Thoy were all masked with the exception of one ianlc young fellow named King whose mask Jiri probably fallen off in the scramble to get into tho room Tha students made a rush for the professors and wilhout warning thren them violently to ths floor Two of the stoutest lads prevented tha prostrate men from uttering any outcry while their com panions bound them securely with stout cord Icft Them Irj n Cornfield Then the unfortunate men were blind folded aud gaggad This procajdiug over a procession was formed headed by tho students with guitars A dral march was then struck up and the procession moved slowly along out of the college building by the rear entrance Mountain Home ceme tery nearly four milts distant wrs reached before the lead r a stalwart chap gave tho command to halt The professors wero left in the center of an umiense cornfield and without further ceremony the perpetrators of this cruel joke haswne I to their quarters Cruel Torture of tlie Bonds The niiht was cold and bleak and the wind penetrating Tho two msmb rs of the col lege faculty were in a deplorable plight They knew not where tjey were and could not move for fear of some accident Tho men were without even sufficient clothing to i keep them comfortable For two long hours they struggled to free themselves Profess r Trowbridge had a penknife in his trousers pocket and Professor Ferry finally managed to secure it The cord binding their wrists were cut and in a few moments afterward hey were in a happier frame of mind It took the professors nearly nn hour to jet out of tho cornfield and even then it was a long time before they struck the right road for home where thoy arrive i about 3 oclock Sunday morning chilled to thi mar row and in anything bit a pleuiint mood The Faculty on the Warpath About noontime Sunday Ferry apprised President Wilcox of thj devilish prank the students had played upon his con frere and himself It being Sunday no ing of the faculty could be hsld When it became bruitsd through the college that Presilent Vrilcox and Professor Ferry were closeted together tbe guilty students were frightened and hastily gathered for a con sultation It was resol veil to put on a bold front and deny everything Professor Ferry is mad clear through and called in the help of Sheriff Dix who however said little could be done until the of the culprits known The faculty went into session last night r d was still at work at midnight devising plans to bring the perpetrators to books i What the People T2ifnt j Many citizens vbo are much exercised over the afTiir boiv that the students en gaged in tha hazlag wiil be let off mildly They seem to accpl th story that thro was I no 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