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   Logansport Pharos (Newspaper) - March 5, 1890, Logansport, Indiana                                LOGANSPOKT ILY PHAROS 15TK YEAR WEDNESDAY EVJSN11W 5 11890 JOHN GRAYS SENATE MYSTERIES NEXT CORNER I V11 be oc I Iklerrar There Seems To Be Two Kinds of Them iONE GETS OUT TOTHEE DOESNT JI out fo tlaio of eale hereifur P S of delay Improvements in Htyro room tiutli up ttnd down btfllr DO1AV3 OPFHA I1UCSE WM DOLAI UlNAQEK Just Orio Nl Tlio Proceedings Are Duly Reported to the Iublic but Who Xteparts Them Id the Sam the Senators Themselves Aro Wan the Kntcrjirlslnjt Press Men Dumped Into a Condition Notes WASHIVGTOV CITY March senate yesterday in secret fission debated at length a resolution offered y Dolpb in behalf of tun committee recently appointed to iuvesti j executive session leakages calling for tho arrest and imprisonment ol A J Hal ford oftho Associntad Press and Gaorge O i Bain of the United Press for contempt in refusing to divulgo the souross of the news concerning secret sessions which they out from time to time Dolph said that the local papers obtained mosr ot the secret news from the press associations and thu YounsrTalonted and riaud some American Star THURSDAY MARCH 6thonly a row published elsewhere printed other than the regular press reports He held therefore that the press associa tions and the meu who furnished thess facts j fo them were particularly culpable and j that it would be wise for the senate to make j nn example of them Toller It on the Senators Teller offered as ti substituteiorDolphsres olutiou tho resolution heretofore offered by Under tuc of Win Sinn of zba Park tfceatr liruuklyn Second Seascn In tbp DollshtfiiJ LpnrlilJnjf biai antl nom pending beforo tho conjmitteo hiy j on rules provided for the consideration of i nominations in opeu esacutivj sassion He said that the senato was making itsalf ridic ulous in its efforts to run down tno hetray ers of executive He said that soaa i tors knew perfectly well triat most of the tn formation of a confidential ivas betrayed by members of the senate He did tot think it would bo possible to accomplish the end which Dolph desired by throwing two or three newspaper men into jail In stead of preserving the dignity of the sen ate they would make that budy a common laughingstock Blackburn Slightly Uxarclsod Blackburn a member of the committee gave the resolution a qua lifled indorsement He somewhat exercised over the pub i Oriyina Compariy Clorgious CostuneB Appropriate Scornry in for Originality Hmeliy Ho f nvf Interes Slajaio itK flvtur 3 Irloc3 V mill 75 DRESSJKflKERSWpTEDl To Iiivcatljjriuo Mme KELLOGGS System of Ladies French Tailoring at O A II Hull Lojfimspt j cation in the newspapers oC yesterday of tho proceedings of the secret session of Monday particularly tho criticism in a New York paper of the attitude of tha Dem T0ted forth8 cannrm previously from the comjMuiy or the con tract renawed The company would erect suitable buildings when postoffice build ings were found to be unsatisfactory for tel egraph offices At the conclusion of Mr Bates remarks a letter from Dr Green was read in which he asked that the word being elim inated from bis remarks Hurt week and urg ing substituted THE BOYCOTT ON TRIAL CLUBS The Republican League Meets at Nashville Tenn ATTEND Tharstem Makes aUycly Speech in Which THE MENJUJEDOOMED Seven Viners Jn a Barn Ins Mine GtTf u Cp to Death PrmauEO Pfi March special to Ths Tiices from Wilkesbarre Pa says Tho roseuicg party that went domi the Stanton shaft morning after the seven miners shut in by the Ere in tbe muss day returned shortly after 1 oclock without makins new discovery They advanced He Ktten to the Congressional SODf llistanca the point reached A Case at the Capital ol Interest to the IT V99iuum uorkjng People Mattin Hntfier Rohnt I early yesterday morning and came to a WiSHnrcTOX CITY March STho first 1 point from which they could see the light of I proceedings to test the legality of the boy littleBnslnesu tha tunnel but could proceed no cott or whether a bos mechanic has the ator Allison Seat In the Seni farther Along the way they made the most right to employ such persons as he may wish ate Aealn 7 a ot careful search for any trace of the missing without consulting the requirements and re rarmers Alliance of Mlnncsoto j men but without avail strictions imposed by trades unions was in NASHVILLE Tena March na Another Party to Kescue stituted in the criminal court Monday Republican clubs con founded upon a strike of tie hodsarriers in venedhere about yesterday with 600 ent of the Stanton October lost In October last five hodcar delegates in attendance The ball was taste the colliery alone on a private investigation i riers working for Howard Yates declined fully draped with the national colors aud They vrere supplied with lamps and had to work with a man belonging to s union flags were festooned everywhere Tha con every means of communication from thej which did not affiliate with tho union to veution was called to order by A J Watson subterranean chambeirs to the surface fully Wninh TnPV rwOrmerncl Tin rt an Tto a Aid j11 i j fn I jpRrva S TYLES The svtom In Vmcrica by whiohyon can Worths Kronen Fr nr Buck riluovna m wiihoutalt Or rofltfnsc Boivai imit lions Never lourn any charts tnoilola or machines skEall whnt tlvy use in cut ilnsr men s clothingby Loam what they uao ami you will ott in their results Such la tlm KellCpg sjstfm of Hie toillos French Tailoring contlstlnir of a tailors wood on square irnndcn dart tmd slei ve rule tailor tape lino Kradetl gcaos Ins ruction book utul Jlplonm t nl tcr t lu h rusiiion Join ml free nt O A It Hnll School of cuttingopon all Iav pays for system complete 85 pnys limited Instructl 113 FINE PERFPES FOR THE HOLIDAYS PARVINS Piatt supported Tellers resolution as he had done in the past but aaid that so long as nominations wero considered in secret the rules of th3 senate should be observed in this particular Wilson of Iowa and Harris both favored the DoIpU resolution tho former saying that newspaper men should bo locked up until thay purged themselves of contempt for Sessions The senators irom tho new states to the great gratification oE tbe friends oi opou sessions spoke vigorously against Dolphs resolution and tokl tlio sonata hi plain terms hoiv irneii ib owcrl to tho press and particu larly to th corps of Washington corre spondents Tliy tlehatc was continued at great length tho matter boins under discus sion for nearly fivo hoars Tha indications are that lho Dolph resolution will not be Bgrccrl to A Couiflo of Suggested When it is ncuvu thiS everybody ex cept siiiatoiv and senate muploye5 was driven f tom the ssnato wing ot the Capitol before tho secret session met tho question How did the above gc out And in view of Tollers charge that senators lire tho leaky ones themseives why mt call the sen ators VOORHEES WAS TOO LATE Thu Alisltn Icasr u Fixed House Discusses Arkansas Puli files WASHINGTON CITY March 5 resolution relating to the lease of tha Alas Tlvo dollars j kan seal fisheries introduced Moudaj was 1153 tor un to tao Eenato adversely yesterday and Indefinitely pcsiioiyd on the ground that the leaso was already completed A couple oj public building bilii for Now Hamp shire were reported favorably and tlie sen ate went into secret session remaining in ses siou five hours after which it adjourned Among tho bills iutroducsd in tho house was 0110 increasing tho duty on barley beans peas hops potatoes hay hides eggs aud apples and taking it off blinding twine and raw materials used in the manu facture thereof TheFoatharstoaeCato con test took up tua remainder the day and Springer moved an appropriation of 000to invottgrate the case by sending com mittDo to Arkansas Grosveuor moved an ambudmont makingthe appropriating S200 000 and extending th9 inquiry to tha wiiole of Arkansas which wis accepted by Sprlng cr jiemliug debuts ou vrhlob the house ad journoil 12th Street Drog Store FURNITURE PriCDS tho Lowest OUR DESIGNS NEW but tho best workmanship al lowed to 3eavo our salesroom I IV fafeoii it tons FAVORS WANAMAKERS SCHEME D 11 Jjttc3 IVtuita to Ilulld tin 03 for Cray March 5 D H Bates New York nppoarod before tho house committee onpostofficas nnd post rojds yesterday favor Postmaster TVouamuers bill for the esteblisEmeali o limited telegraph ssrviea Mr itated that ho repiesented a company of gentiemca who wore prepared to build tele which they belonged Tha man was dis charged Shortly afterward the five hod carriers were indicted for conspiracy and Monday the casi cama to trial Howard Yates were the bondsmen for tho man while they were under indictment and gave testi mony in thoir favor In order that ths law might be fully a ruling bad under it from the court iu oanc a verdict of guilty pro forma was taken and the defen dants released upon their personal recogni zances The case will now go to the general term LOOKS LIKE A FAIR OFFER TUo Russian Goveruuient lavites Perry S Heath to Visit Siberia WASHINGTON CITY March Perry S Heath thewellknown correspondent end author of A Hoosier in Russia has re ceived an invitation from the Russian gov rnmentand tho offer of a royal pass to visit Russia aud Siberia and accompany Duke Alexis the commander of the Russian army and heir apparent to tha throne on a tour ihrougU Siberia next summer Tho invita iou is extended to Col Heath so as to afford ilm an opportunity ol inspecting and pro enting to the United States and the world a true statement of tha management of the Siberian prisoners and the exile system oJ Heath is disposed to accept the invita ion Can Come in After AH WASHINGTON CITY March has been iiscovered that Riv Mr Fishburn who was called to the rectorship of Christ church Lewisbmff Pa but supposed to be disquali fied under the alien labor law is an Amer ican citizen his father having always re tained his citizenship Secretary Windom therefore writes that he can come in one adds that there is no good reason why a law that permits actorsnrtists lecturors etc to come to this country under contract should shut out ministers oT the gospal A Chaiico to Frovo Some Charges WASHINGTON CITY March B H McCalla commander of tho United States steamer Enterprise appeared at tha navy de partment in this city Tuesday morn ing and asked that an inquiry bo made into his conduct vhilo in coramaud of the vessel on her Itoi cruise Secretary Traoy decided to grant kis request and ctu official of inquiry presided over by Rear Ad Kimberly will meet is New York to investigate tho subject Tney Aro All for Peace WASLTBOTON CITY March D annual meeting the International Christian Ar bitration rod Peaoo society was hold here last night 5o tUa Church of the Covenant Justice Harou s thesuprenia court pre sided Saoretary Wiudom Postmaster Gen eral Wanamaker and a great number of people prominent in political public diplo matic ajid social circles sroro present Tnutbees Condition Still Critical WASHINGTON CITY March last night esCongipssmau Taulbees condition was regarded as critical in the extreme by his physicians but still inopo favorable than Monday night Mr Eincaid who shot hiui was last night 0011 fined to his room witli nervous prcstratiotf of Secretary HusksSou WASHINOTON CITY March Bust the young son of Secretary Rusk has been rery ill for several days and his condi tion is causing much anxiety He was taken ill with the mumps on Tuesday last and complications havo aggravated the condi tion of the patient Another Woman Admitted to Practice WASHISOTON CITY March Shortridge Folte of Sao Cal wsis admitted to the tar of tbo United States supremo court yesterday afternoon She iis the fifth woman lawyer admitted io prac tice at the supreme emrt bar established The officials named are dster mined to exhaust every means to rescue the mea search is abandoned Abollt chairman of the local executive committee who delivered an address of welcome He referred to the south as the once south and have said the onco southfor t i t tut uuiutsj ut ma imprisoivdi meu with the dispersion of tha dark and dividing sympathizing neighbors gathered tender cloud that once lowered ever this fair reing thciir generous sympathies and by every giOD to speak still of a southas contraart endeavoring to assuage ilie grief of the distinguished from a north is a misnomer stricken wives and children by the utterance and Thero t no north i hopeful possibilities Ic was a DEWENTER The HATTER IN H008IEBDOM patriot to tbe man who loves his coontry j its bentflcsnt institutions its rainbow ban ner of liaht its government that governs so i mildly thiit the steed oE tho people is uncon1 scions of tho burden oj his harness recsry or state jsumoay une capta stock is placed at and tie proposed wia connect Detroit and St Louis the nosMnra part oJ this state Own State hope of saving tho entombed has been abandoned and last night ine was beine flooded The damage to TAEIFI EEPOEM AT THE CAPITAL bas 1oeQ ft cd n DoouttJo I Mass have ma1i in assignmjat rugists Boston the property wiil be very great With a few words of heartj Welcome he had TOO feet from the closed amid a burst of cheers Hon G N Tilimanj Capt William Eal editor of The Kuoxville Journal and W G Winslead all of TeunosiDe followed with brief addresses after which the convention waa turned over to Presiden1 Thurston of Nebraska PriSiileut Ttnvrstons Speech Mr Tbtrston began with n hisrortfof tho id a feom origin at last reports The fire point of riso the club systoin and paid a feompli Discharged tlie Striking Yardmsn PITTSHUKG Pa March officials of tho Pittsburg and Lake Erie railway claim that tho strike of their yardmen is now broken and that the trouble is virtually a thing of tho past Yesterday morning Su perintendent Yohe held a conference with tho strikers telling them that owing to the Georsto A Priunt thf oueo welknowu manufacturerotorvans died at Buffalo N All the Counties Represented by Oppo Y Tuesday agcJ Ti years ments of by The Mississippi riir at Memphis Tenn is ideat Brown Gen Baldwin und Otbora within lno tiie highest ever for 0 The ore all so far a IBYearOld EoglUli Svn A uioticu that tte Canadian dlcate at Indianapolis establish ti mint to coin Canadian mouov was defeatedin the parliament Tuesday A Park ora ChlckAmauga Field CITY March Tho house comm ittee on alfairs yesterday or dered a favorable report on Mr Grosvenors bill to establish a military park at tha battlefield of Chickamauga On St Patricks Buy in Morning W4SHIWCTONCrrr Blarco The United States steamer Newark will be launched from Cramps ship yards oa Monday the 17th of March Quite a uurkber of naral officers will bo present March first annual meetiag of the state convention of the Indi r leagues brought to th3 city yes kom6 Tuosdav witu iatrotin 0ivmoniel ment to Secretary Humphrey whosa work absence of President JNewell nothing could teraay some 300 enthusiastic delegates and xbe second annualtvneh show of ihe ilrs ho said was largely the causa of the pres 8 done Mr Yohe promised that on the re a number of prominent Democrats from all coutah club of Chicwe ooeaed ent prosperity of the league and whose rejturn president everything would be parts of the state Tha ninetytwo counties TuesJay with a largo election hd earnestly urged Ho said the mado satisfactory Sorna of the strikers each responded to the call for club dogs league was not insendad to take ihe place of readyto work As soon as The day was taken up by consultation by Mrs Line Fining ot Chicago is at by a in some respects be fturiiiary to it continue the strike Mr Yohe thereupon tt9 General Bald ho elopea five with thj Tke First Voters a Power a bulletin discharging the strikers Boyd of mi ed Ou I He said tuat each riub in Ihc league should fortyeight in number from the employ of Shearman of Now York bo put on a psrmaneut basis a club room comiany cured and regular meetings held Political questions should md discussed and every effort made to disseminate valua ble information and increased political knowledge Republicanism he continued has nothing to fear from educational meth body of oxAlderman Charles of a WeilKnown Editor CIJEVELAND O March Cowles so long aown as editor and proprietor of T e Cleveland Leader died hero yesterday at the ago of 65 yaars having been confined ods and intellectual investigation Tha two to his bed for tha last three weaks His dis parties ars so evenly divided in present easa was complication of heart and stom Btrength tlsat vhicliever one secures a mnach troubles which have caused him much jority of tie first voter at any national elecsuffering for the past four years He came tion will most Ijlfely succesd It is therefore to this city ia ISaO and has been identified most important to win the young men to with tho press hro ever sinco he was 19 the Republican party j old He was born at Austinsburg InJorseiuent of SpcaSser Reod Ashtabula county this state After the The dead and C sT barrow of Chicago forming7ho Hllock wns tound in th sircet uenr liia o intral figures of attraction at headquarters Chicago Tuesday He is sup the afternoon They ware all enthu siastic over the outlook Clieors for O rover ClvroliuHt The massmeeting as arranged for last night was called to order by Pr sidont Brown of tho state league at oclock Masonic hall being crowded with ladies and gentlemen He said YVo look to Grover for murdering his wife He li SO years old Cleseland not as a great party leader but au I bwit hs wifo to death while Intojcl ns a great leader in the tariff reform sentt cuted ment of the country Tho mention of the TVilliuni IT Popi teller of the Louisville nami of the cxprisideTt was the City Nainai bauk of Ky is signal for vociferous cheers Tbe presimissing ami is supposed to liavfl d to Can posed to have diod lrom apoplexy Alfred Magoon of Mason City la at tempted perhaps successfully to end hit days Tuesday nighli by cutting his tbroau with a knife He a ghatly wound Thomas Bishop o Mexican war veteiic was nrrstdat Petersburg Va Tuesday lican congress ainl that Tom Eeod ii speaker of it Big brawny and bravo he cannot bo bullied or baiiiocale When he reiused to permit a riiinority elfeer K rffhror nrin lie1 put an cud forever to a piraicioiij practice i The claim of th Democratic congressman is more thiin absurd it is ridiculous He is always present lor buncombe but not for business for salary but not for service lor talk but uot for tuviCC for wrangling but not for work for but not for count for party sorvice but not for pubj lie good Ho refuses to bo seen when it is necessary to raise a quorum but demands recognition whenever he wishes to rates j Mr Thurston closed with a eulogy of the Republican party a declaration that tho south aud Tennessee wero Republican to day on a fair count aad that thj fearless men of tbe south will not much longer pe r mit a few selflsh political leaders to psrpet nte their power against the honest wish and will of the majority Business Attended tn The usueJ committees were then appointed and a recais tokeu to wait for their reports The commit tees were not ready to report when the convention met after recess aud it adjourned for th3 day A mossmeeting was held at Amusement aall last night at which speeches were de livered by Gen GoS oC West Virginia and others Many Democrats wero present ALLISON HAS EIGHT MAJORITY Too Common to Fuss About LorisvtLbE Ky March teller of E Pope has left town The reason is that he got hold of or 370000 of tho banka money and felt that it was us good a thing as ha would be likely to get hold of for some time He therefor levanted and is now in Canada probablv Tie bank boids a giltedged bond for of tho steal and will go right on with its business as if Pope had not committed such an indiscretion ought to bo willing to take smaller profits to will imujrurato a strike and make thearmors burden lighter If hjui Jala Harrison inav have his Cleveland i j T but can be bought for S5 less on tha acre f than it could a vear ago Tha farmer gets A IU to regu nte tio hours of labor of less for his wheat his corn and bis hay than f ulldra 14 m Virginia both he did forty years ago and is compelled to legislature alow pay from 50 to 100 per cent tax on every The t0bacco A Call on the National SHEfaTON Cmr March comp troller of the currency has issued a call for graph litej provided the rates ia the postI of condition of the national banks alt master generals bill would be remunerative on Fridtty Hohadhxn thirtyvoars in the telegraph The Iowa Senator Iicclccted to His Seat Legislative Xotes DBS MCIINES Iowa March Senator William B Aliison was yesterday reelected to the United States satiate by tho Iowa leg Each house rottd separately In seuate the vote stood Wiliiain B A1H 28 L Bestow 20 Will iam iarra bee Farmers Alliance 2 In too house Allison received 50 votes Bestow 4S ond Larrabee C This gave Alli son a clear majority and obviated the neces of a second vote being iu jomt in iho Legislature fienate yesterday a resolution de s elections were a pro Iu t claring business Autagonlioi Dr Oruou Ho said that Dr Green was mistaken ia How the Czar Treats Eascals LONDOJT March of tbe regulate was introducedbutwent over In the bin introduced for unform text tVoks la tb schools and to authorize school to T0ta Dn the ques tion of froe test were introduced opposing tin liquor traffic in all its favoring taxation of mort gages prohibiting tbe imitation of butter of the mole at Batoum are said to in imitation butter snyiug that the B aud O Telegraph was a disappeared and ugly stories are in circala j complete failure as that company had paid ticm ltts totneir fate Tae czar furious small profit during the last six Bt tas of the pier which cost Orer4000 inralhj of its existence nor had rlllle9 aad which succumbed to a storm it cost the B and 0 railway any great owillS s5 the militajy engineers deahvre to faulty construction and poor material It is believed that their seclusion is altogether involuntary and will be of long duration U A KRCEGElt RODS BY S MROEBERaSTRp Undertaker Illinois Klners In Convention SPMNGFULD Ills March coal miners ot this statamet in convention yei fcsrdiiy in this dty Patrick McCall of Strentor being temporary chairman There were about sereiityOve delegates present Speeches were made by the chair Patrick McBryde of JtemsylTania Minnesota Farmers AUJancc ST PAUL March meeting of the Minnesota Farmers a liauca yesterday there were 500 delegates present represent ing a constituency of about 30 00 The in cident of the day was the addrtss of N B Ashby of Des Homes who declared that the farmers of Iowa had revolted azaiiist high taxation iind would the state for the next Democratic candidate for president if the platforms were the sMae upon this point as in ISSa This utterance greeted with prolonged cheers That Alleged Shortase Iu Missouri ST Louis March Francis spent nearly all Monday night and yester day examining ths accounts of State Trois urer Nolaud Heauthorizes ths statement to be made that if there is any deficit at ail it must necessarily be insignificant Treas urer Noiaud said yoscerday afternoon I have no fears as to tho result of the investi gation It will show that I do not owe a Cent There is no shortage of any kind Mysteriously NEW YORK JIarch Heralds Pitts burg special says that David Harris who was the first president of tho Amalgamated Association of Iron and Steel workerndisap peared Saturday and his friends are getting very uneasy about him Harris is a mem ber of the firm of Baldwin Graham exten sive stove manufacturers and on Saturday drew up tha firm payrolls His accounts however are perfectly straight Boen Too Frco with Tbelr Talk LONHOX March the plausible explanations given by the authorities of the Berlin university of the causes of the recent of a number of American students from ths institution it is hinted that tha veal reason of the action of tha faculty was based on governmental intimation that the students in question had baen too free iu the use of held to be subversive of monarchical government Important Liberal Gain In Condon Losroos March election in the North St Pancros division of Loidou yes tha return of Hr T H Gladstoniari bj a voteot 2057 to 2549 for Graham At the last election CochraneBolllie was elected over Bolton by 20 majority This gain of 184 votes is causing great re joicing among the Liberals Had Accumulated FORT SCOTT Kan March old mau by the name of Thomas Gary died at a board ing house in this city Monday He was of a miserly disposition and died appirently in extreme poverty Upon searching his clothing over 827000 were found sewed in necessity of life There is no future for the farmers nnd agriculture is being aban doned The ExPresldcnt Writes At the conclusion of Mr Baldwins ad dreas Secretary Hudson of the league Introduced as havirg something wuich the ays ago begging the governor to withhod his signature as it would bankrupt them for ths bill become a law they say THE MARKETS Broadway Proinpfciy 1 el phone No to amount of money He held that Wiestem Union ritos were higher than European nites for distances of 500 miles averaging 49 cents par message He also declared that there wore numbers of postmasters fa this country who were competent telegraphers but he admitted that it would take a long tone to initiate government clerks into the mysterte of telegraphy a Higher Bate Mr Bates said that the rates in Wana maJters bill were not quits satisfactory company proposed to build and maintain the lines for 11 joint postal and telegraph sjratem tha government to provide everything else The ratea be proposed were as foJows Within a state 01territory or within a distance of p EDO huadied miles 15 east of tbe Mis March jPittsburg its parts of the state nearly a 1 of stoippi rivar including St Paul I which C L Magee is lie cJaeif dwelt opcii tbe rwult of elec lis St Touls and Duluth or 30 cents yesterday purchased for i tion and contended that it could be hon of the Mississippi 25 or SO cents belot fronting fortyfive feet on fourth arenuo ertly construed as a rebuke to th Prohibi Iwecu the Soth and 105th parallels a minimum and back 171 f set to Third avenue tion followers o 25 or SO cents and a maximum rats where it has a frontaga sitty feet On of JO cents all for ten words He thought this which covers 9000 square feet that 1 cent additional might go to goy Tta Times will at once erect a tenstory eminent Ior rental of ofHcet building of granite The of the Cmh j He thought tbe company should JS How About tb the lining of his vest he has any relatives It is not known that TliejStick to ProiWbition Dxs Ia March 5 executive which a nnited staud of the State Temp trance Alliance tors and for better wages was argisd tere last night to dose op its business affairs for the year A public meeting was Vice President JIoi ton aad pa rtyarKived at St Augustine Fla Tuesday e vaning At the ercaminatutk of Corbinf Jor ing tomiarder Dr at A Rothschild at Chicago CHICAGO March Rothschild the son of the head of tha great European banking nous is at the Hotel Richelieu with August Belmout Jr and wife Fred erick Hoey and E Fessier The party ar rived early yesterday morning and will re main in the city several days What It Cost Xetr Tork NEW TOEK March asacutlve com mittee of the Worlds fair met yesterday afternoon The seport of the treasurer showed that the total cost ot the movement to sacure the fair had so far been 9SSS1 Young Abe Lincoln Very Ixtw LO5DOJT March midnight last night young Lincoln was in the same critical con dition Among numerous sympathizers who made inquiries yesterday ware Lord Salis bury and SJV Goschen Honon to BnUden which tbe expresident gave his wellknown views of the question at issue and gave his wana approval to the objects and aims of tbe Tariff Reform league Boyi Winches ter of Kentucky T G Shearman of New Tone and C S Dairow of Chicago fol lowed with short spoeoes on the evils of protection and ths progress of tariff reform sentiment iu the several states Ths busi ness meeting of the convention will be heid to day Social Earthquake at Oaktowu VJKCEKNES Ind March a thriving village north of this city has ex perienced a social earthquake by the elopa mentof Owen Palmer of St Louis with Pearl the young and pretty daughter of John Wolfe one of tbe wealthiest farmers in the couaty Palmer who has been a wid ower for nearly a year lived with Mr Wolfe for a time but on account of bis at tentions to Pearl Wolfe who is but 16 years old ha ordered away lion iay instead of going to school Pearl Wolfe went to the railway station whre she me Palmar and with him started for St Louis Fire at Morristowii BHEIBTVUIE Ind March Shackles shoa store Dan Synders restau rant Robert Cregors barber shop J H Bowers grocery and J H Wrennirks dwelling in llomstown this ccunty caught fire from a natural gas store Sunday night and burned ShacKles loss is insur d for tSOO in the American Robert HudginV loss on the tuiidmg is 81003 insurej fir Wrennkks loss is insured for in iho Fairmount of Philadelphia Other losses make the total about S7OOJ Wants to Gobble the Lounge Factories INDIANAPOLIS March agent of an English syndicate is here in consultation with the owners of several lounge factories and negotiations are pending for ths pur chase of all the factories in the city engaged in this industry Ot tha seven factories here options have been taken on three at least and it is not improbable that all will pass into the hands of the syndicate It will re quire about to secure the seren factories Tbe Midland Railway j I ISDIASAPOLIS March capital i ists assembled at the federal buiWicg Mon day to witness the acutioa of the I of Midland railroad bonds deposited by CHICAGO March L Quotations on th board of trade today vrero as folows 2 March opened TSfcjc oloscd 8Xi Slay opened closed TSJic July opened TTJic closed 77ic Corn March opened 2SJ4c closed Sic opened and closed July opcnd and closed aojsc 2 March opened and closed 20Mc opened closed July openal closed SOJic opened and closed 985 May o cnsd and closed JIU10 July opened and cl sod opened and closed Si80 Live following were the quota tions at the Uiioa stock yards opened fairly actlire but easier with 2H S3o lower light grades i10 rough packing mixed lots 8903401 heavy pac Ing uhippliig lot steady to strong We beeves flit 90 bulk 8371 i10 and mixed bulk S230 65 etockcrt aud feeders firm muttons lambs 03 ccrnfcd western sheep Produce 284S2rc flue Creameries Z 323 dairies finest fresh Ift322c packing Etock 4 5 fresh 13c per doz Dressed SHftlOcperlb turkeys Iflillo per Ib duckt gece per Ib Potatoes Peer CM 33345 per bn Peaaty at Hebron Mo per but Burbanks 4 3A3c per bu Illinois iweet potatoes goo I to fancy 3J2S3375 Ap t fancy S3 iasr per bbL Craa htll and chcrriw 2Ccw Tork Knr YOKE March 4 Z winter cash do April 87Hc do May do June do JuU 2 mix d ta JIarch tSJfc flo April VWt do Mafi 870 OatsQuiet No t mixed caia do nal Pont mess H TiftlLU for new Quiet March JdJSMay tJi Llvt Stock trading in becvct dressed beef abcnit steady common to citra sides yez Ib Sheep Steady andnrni sheep 5 perlb year ling lambs Ibs Xoin Inal ranee HMfMJtS 9or W Ibs Harry Crawford of Chicago as collateral i for a loan of from tha Loan and In vestment company of Sew Tork but the sale did not take place Toe district court of Set York had granted a temporary in Junction against toe sale of the bonds I ConntBCS Ind March farmers in this county along the proposal one of the Evansvilli and Richmond railroad met yesterday and took legal stjps to prosecute the company as tresp feera The line which belongs to the Mackey has i bee laid out through this county for goma j Bar or Nigh alike prcportion in the schedule of rates Stougijton Rub formed a criminal operation oo her five B v demn the land fur tbi purpose A contract for at least ten years should be company harestmct 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