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   Logansport Pharos (Newspaper) - March 7, 1890, Logansport, Indiana                                15TH YEAE JOHN GRAYS NEXT CORNEF FBIDAY EVENINO MAUCH 7 1890 NO 267 BROKE A COUPLING And Crushed the Life Out of Several Passengers Will bo on I AWPUL WEECK ON THE LAKE SHOBE Lades Muslin Underwear i r rok rnt ro dltu of sale hcrOiifttr 1 S Store iooai I it JSiflr i th up arid Uuwn in of 12thSt Drug Store is A ODIEVUSTnAIS UNDERTKERS No IBS Nj CU Calls Primotly Attendee to Day or Niyht URNJTUJ HRCES THE LOWEST Our NEW JSToae but the Bosl TVorkmanship Allowed lo Loive our Siloarooru J HcniersoD i S ceres lAver Complain IIUton Affertlotm ont Vostlveness At Jrugglsta Price 2o eta axador SALVATION OIL Plcc only IS cents Sclit bij all rfrn jsfsts Relieves quickly Rheumatism Nou rclgia Swellings Bruises L umbago Sprains Headache Toothache Cuts BurnsSecMs Sores PLUOS This Great Tttistcco An lOds Atatdruzntstt A Score of Iorsons Coaclnts Filled with Travelers Tole 9tcopd bv Hoavy Cool Heailod Colored Man Prevents a Ter hiirraiii the of the Wounded But Not of the Dead BUFFALO N Y March Cleveland and Chicago express on the Lake Shore rail railroad duo here from tho wtst at p m broki In two at Bay View station about six miles from this city last night The two sections camo together and a terrible wreck resulted AH attempts to get any of tbe facts from the railway officials were friiit less Tha railroad company sent a train out from here with surgeons and wreckers but refused to allow reporters ou board One reporter smuggled himself in as assistant to a surgeon Reporters wero obliged to go to tho scene by horse and buggy thus greatly delaying nows of tho accident How Iho Wreck Occurred The train woo running at a high rate of spued to make up lost time when tho break occurred Tho front part of ttie train con sisting of tho engine tender smoker and two day coaches was quickly brought to a stop Tho roar portion consisting of five heavy Pullman cars camo down grade at full speed and dahed into the second day coach Tbe coach was thrtmt upward by the greater weight of the Pullmans and lies on top of the Pullman Tho Pullmans tele scoped tho first day coach Tho day coaches were full of passengers Tho Coupling Declared Detective A passenger says tho coupling was defec tive It broke precisely in tho same placo OS train was leaving Cleveland At oclock a relief train was rnado up and ten of tho most seriously injured were brought lo tho Fitch institute at Buffalo The for ward portion of tho train was stopped by Conductor Houshtalirig who pulled tho boll rope Most oC those in the last coach wero warned of thoir peril in time to leavtj the car but those in tho first Pullman car had no warning and werein tho oar when it telescoped ouu coach and was buried under another Tho Seriously Injured The names of tho seriously injured are as follows Rev Johnson Myers Cincinnati 0 cut in head and logs L H Fisher Boston right ankle dislocated and head cut F A Coombs Philadelphia side and head cut Julia Hoaly Boston head injured and collarbone and right arm fractured J C Armstrong Rochuster head cut and eg injured Mrs J D Baucuo Saratoga Springs fracture of skull has since W W Brancn Cbarlostown W Va oft iiriu broken Charles Burch New York oity left anklo sprained H T Jaogor Rochester N Y ankle sprained L P Hattpt Bulrnio bailly cut George E Allen general northern passenger agont of the Lake Shore railroad log fractured Henry Ulrieh Rochester knee sprained J D Bau cus SSuraliga jpriugs face cut Julius Sig 1 York oily luftnnn broken George S Thompson anklo sprained in jumping Irom tho couch J E Minnuk Philadelphia arm crushed Six or Seven Dead E E Stewart oE ISO Street street Ches ter with his wife nnd 18 months old baby was in the day coach when tho crash came Mr Stewart was instantly killed Mrs Stowart died before she could be taken troru thewreck The baby was uninjured A complete list of the kilUd cannot bo learned but it is positively known that seven aro dead sis of whom were instantly killed J Swain negro porter of Cincinnati has been identified among tho dead Waited Over Tivo Hours for Doctors J E Minnie who had bis arm cut off was placed on the eugine which started at once for Builalo to bring relief It was two hours and a half before tho physicians ar rived but a wrecking train came sooner and began the work of extricating tho viitims The bodies token oat wero pluciid in a bag gago cm One oC them was that of J Swan a colored porter A Colored Iorteis Coolness Tbe hero of tho affair was Woldrou ne of tho colored porters of tho Wagner cars He was tho uVt auiu to rush into the wrecked en rand soise tho lamp wliicii was buruin hi thedebris and throw it from tho window thus prveenting a t rribio holo caust Conductor Fest conductor of the iVagnsr car niso distinguished himsolf for bravery and presence of mind Julius Sigol was buried over an hour in the ruins pinned down iy i heavy timber He heard the groans ot Mrs Stewart who had been sitting in the seat in front him until death pur an cud tohr agony The wounded were brougnt to this city and taken to tho hospitals A Passengers Statement W E Dobnd Failport who managed j get aboard the relief train says tho wrecked train was behind time aud was having trouble with the ukjs At Bay View the train camo to a guidon stop and a moment later thero was a trribla crash T19 sleepers at ones became separate 1 fixin the rest of the train and had dashed completely TEN TOOCONFIDING GIRLS And a Conscienceless Society A Lynching Attempted PITTSBUBO Pa March A young man about 23 years of age who is closely allied to some of the first families of this city has for some time been employed as a clerk at Millvale Ho us educated and mingled with j the best society of the borough He was a great favorite with tbe fair sei especially with the younger element His employment made it necessary for him to be where he eonld be found at any time during the night An investigation revealed the fact that the confidence of at least ten girls had been abused by him The Eeaily Judge Lynch As soon as the parents learned of the state of affairs a further investigation was insti uted it is saiid wth the result of even more startling discoveries A rope was se cured aud a large crowd citizens re paired to the store late Wednesday night or the purpose of hanging tho clerk They swore vengeance and would have made short work of the young man had he not t wind their intention and a few mo ments before the mobs arrival made good his escape by taking a skiff and rowing to this side of the river Tho brothers of one of the wronged girls are said to Stive led the lynching party POftK INTHE POT Remark That Touches Off the Illinois Cannon HEEDS DOUBLEAOflNa TYBANUY RAN A TELEGRAPH COMPANY And Thereby Filled His Pockets wilh the Slickdis of tlie Confiding ST Lotus March Labor Com missioner Lee Merriwetber has lately been investigating tho numerous telegraph col leges of thto city with tho result that he yesterday applied for a warrant against E Ballloy Rojth charging him with a misde meanor and will prosecute him Roeth has boon running what he advertised as The Western Telegraph Company and enticing pupils from all over tbo country by declar ing Wo arc opening offices evey day to V125 per mouth guaranteed when qualified Ho Was a Gold Mine for Rooth Ila has done a flourishing business mostly with young raen and women of the rural districts but none of the dupes ever ob tained positions and they aro now offering their services to Labor Comrnissiotier riwether in his effort to abolish tha nui sances SENATORIAL CANDIDATES A New Scheme for Selection Submitted to Illinois Democrats CHICAGO March Democratic state committee met at thu Palmer hcusa in this city yesterday to prepare for the coming campaign Tho speeches made were all en thusiastic and all predicted victory and in dorsed tariff reform A lettar from exGov ernor Palmer was read in which ho snid he would be a candidate for the United States senate if th state convention should nominate him that beiug the plan for the selection oE a candidate that he advocates It was decided to boll the state convention June 4 at Springfield and a res olution was passed referring to tho county convention tho Palmer plan for naming a sanatoria candidate Tlie ratio of repre sentation was 13xed at one deleg its for each 40 i votes Cor Clevel ind and Thurniau Counting a Quorum on a Rrniililiciui Senators Continue Their Over That Sub mits a ments on the Senate Side of the Con Will Probably Die Allisons Guarded Tariff Remarks WASHINGTON CITS SIflreh was a little scene in tb3 house yesterday while it was in committee of t ho whole Cannon had vigorously attacked an appropriation of for a public building at San Jose Col nnd in the cours of his remarks he criticised tho action o the committee on public builHings and alluded to tha pork in tbe pot Miiliken of Maine chairman of committee said that if it were not for his friendly feeling toward the gentleman from Illinois he would suggest that he had never scan a man attempt to Impute to another man that he had pork in tha who was not tho first fellow to get his hand into tho pot Cannon Does the Dramatic Cannon said he had criticised the commit tee but not the integrity of its chairman nnd he added walking down toward Mr Midiken If the gcutlauian in his zeal sought b inuendo or by intimation to allege that if it had not betu for his friendly rela tions with me he could urgo aught against my character here now let us have it Seth lliMken As Cannon utiered these words ho slowly apprviched Miilikenand as ha finished his sentence he slowly tapped that gentleman on the shoulder Tlie Hiuse Enjoyed the Kutcrtalnmont This iaise1 a laugh all over tho the house Throu2hout the colloquy both gentb men manifested a good deal of excitement but tue hcusa was very good huinoroJ and en joyed the controversy which was ended by Miiliken disclaiming any intention to in jinuato anything against tuo gentleman who was as nearly perfect ho said as any man in tho world Fun for the Democrats When tho bill toa public building in this city came before the house oa its passage Cannon was again prominent in his opposi tion He moved to adjourn amid cries ol dilatory motion from the Democrat nn raised the point of no miorm amid shouti of filibustering from ths saiv source Th speaker counted a quorum and the bill was passed SENATORS FEEL INJURED Flippant Talk in a Com plaint Against Newspapers WASHINGTON CITL March eouate in secret session yefterdny continnoil the debatj ou the means of outgeneraling the iiLivipapar men in the matter of publishing what senate doesnt want to be made public The constitutional qucs ion was fully discussed nearly every member giv ALLISON ON THE TARIFF Ill Views on Two Points Outlined to Beparter WASHINGTON CITY March Al isons attitude oa two of the principal tajifl ssuEi was outlined to a reporter of the United Press yesterday with some distinct ness by the senator himself When shown a rablication in a New York paper which stated that the senator was leaning toward somi3 of the most important propositions in he Mills bill he said I do not care to discnss the matter while the housa commit tee is busy with it When the schedules coma to will bo prepared to treat hens and you may say that I will consider them as a Rpublican You may say that I am in favor of a deep cut on sugar I will not say that I favor tho abolition of theduty and the payment of a bounty As to tobac co you may say that I will vote to abolish the tax on it reluctantly We will have a hard time explaining the duty on a great many necessities if wo abolish tha duty on this lusury The Congressional Record WASHIXQTOX CITT March only business except that of a routine character dono by tho senate yesterday was the pass ago of two pension bills one giving Gen W J Worths daughter par month and one increasing that Maj Gen G K Warrens widow to 5100 par month The senate then went into secret session and when the doors reopened adjourned Petit ious were presented in the house for feminine representation on tho Worlds fair commission and from railway mail clerks asking higher salaries In committee of the whole tha house then took up public bund ing bills a ad laid aside with favorable rec ommendation those for Lansing Mich Galcsburg Ills Ashland Wis Sau Jose Cal The committee then rose and the house passed all tho above bills with others after which if adjour od Chicago and the Worlds Fain WASHtfGTON Crrr March HIM of Illi nois who with Spiingor looks after the in terests of Chicago bafore tho Worlds fair committee denies that any member of tbe committee1 has boen informed by any Chi cago man that it would ba necessary for congress to appropriate OOOJO to help the Chicago project Hitt further states that no such appropriation is needed The Chicago committee mot the house conmittne yesterday anl showed Uiem tho list of sub scribers to th3 SSOOUOOO guarantee fund every name good tor tlu full amount of sub scription Will Take About S50OOOOO WASHIOTOX Crrv March senate committee on military affairs at its meeting yesterday morning ordered a favorable re port on the bill to reimhursj tho stiites of California Oregon and Nevada for money expended in the suppression of the rebellion in the following amounts California 844S 2 Oregon Nevada 8102907 No Uopc tor Mr Tanibec WASHINGTON CITT March mid night last uigit osCongressman Taulbees chances for living were regarded as hope less and his death was looked for at any hour DEWENTER The HATTER GOV HOVEY SICK Confined to His Room for the Past Ten Days HIS ILLNESS REPORTED SERIOUS B Suivi district will nation He Bend ly of tlie Tulrcocntu not be a candiiatu lor reuoini intends to practice law at south To Investigate Mme KELLOGGS System of Ladies French Tailoring Xow bclns at a A R Hall Lognnspt Jay coach telescoping it There were forty or flEty peo ple in the day coach and Mr Deland says he cannot see how any could have escaped uninjured Ho stcppod off jnst before the crash and vas so far as he knows the only one who es Tile League Will HJIVO Ton Clul3 CLEVELAND O March 7President Brush of the Indianapolis League Base Ball club siid yesterday that ha Had sat no price on his club and would not retire from the League under any circumstances He op posed the admission of Cincinnati and Brook lyn at tho start and told Uio other mug nates that they would ilnd tho tenclub ag gregation too Lig a thing to handle They wouldnt believe him and now tey must stand tho racket The meet Ing of magnates failing to get rid a couple of clubs adopted a tenclub schedule last night The sobeclula gives each club twoutythree idle days Tha meet ing adjourned sine die Tho Company Can Get Another Man MILWAUKEE Wis March p m yesterday William H Farnhara secre tary of tho Northwestern Mutual Lifo In surance company committed suicide by aliooting himself with a 42calibro revolver The tragedy took placa at the companys heailquirters corner of Broadway and Mich igan streets Tha ball which caujed his im mediate death was beneath bis I heart Ho has been in tho employ of the company for over twenty years During that time ho has not taken one vacation and nervous derangement brought on by over work is probably the explanation for tho sui cide They Hanker for nrltlsli Bale March from the Transvaal republic say that not content with tearing down the frag of thi republicthe mob at Johannesburg later went to a house at Laudrostwhere Mr Krugar was receiving deputation and sang Rule Britannia The railings around the house were destroy ed by the crowd and the Transvaal flag floated from a pole in fronli of the house was hauled down and trampled under Joot by the excited people Death of a Noted Phlllanthioplst PHILADELPHIA March Buck nell the noted philanthropist died of apo plasy Wednesday niftht at tho nga of 79 years He gave to Bucknell college about to Baptist churches and mis sions and probably more to chari ties of various kinds ing his views Eliauuls madn a that did not seem to ITO down sn ntors looking to pnuins each jonitor under oath as tn whether ho was thj leak In galls had a proposition that seemd equally unpopular It to appoint a comnmtciJ to confer with tho prcsi representatives and try to convince tliein that the3 wero all vrrong II after tadt uny correspondent violated tho rales he should bj expelled Ercin tha press gallery iSoiiiiig was de cided upon A Contcvilituous Iarapripli Doiph siiowed personal in re gard to the following paragraph rrintei in Star The scnate smelling committee was not in session The senate itself is supposed to bo maturing a tilan to cloo the mouths of the journalistic lions who are endeavoring with a good deal of success to tear tho entrails out 01 secret sessions It is probable that tho business cir fun or whatever else it is may be takeu up tomorrow but today nothing will be done bsiuusj Suator Dolph who is chief of thesmellers is giving a salmon lunch in the restauraut This paragraph Dolph said was written by a man who enjoyed the privilege of the press giiiiery He thought it wes uu outrage that a man who was grunted spccial privi leges by tho senate shoud be allowed to abuso one of its members in this way How thu Senators it It Among senators generally thre is a de cided unanimity oi sentinuut a to tho wrong which they believe is being done by the press They say that the treatment to which they are being subjected is untur and tacks the elements decency You occu pants of the press gallery are our guests and we have never been anything but liberal in our dealings with you have given you a private gallery from which every one escept yourselves is ex cluded by rigid rules You aro furnished with all necessary accommodations and you are not oven called upon to pay you r sta tionery bills We treat you with every re spect and have the kindliest feelings toward you yet because we will not give you our proceedings while in executlvo session you abuse us aud ridicule matters of which you cannot know muca or know even that Jiittle with any degree of precision Not In Secret Sessslon for Fun The popular idea the executi re session of the misstatements and alleged humor of the that we are like chil dren out on a frolic and that we gossip as The only srtern ia which you can cut Vortns French Fr nt Back skevfs and Ssirs without altmtloa or renttnjjUewart of tciit tlO3 Xever ioarn any charts moucU cr machines sk talljrs whut they use in cut tlnxmensilothiMgoy Learn what they use and vou will obt thOT results Suoa Is the KeUogs syst in oi the laaaies French Tailoring ctvisrin of r toior wood en square wooden dart and slci ve rule tailor iape line graded sea es ius ructhn book and Iti tor French Fashion Jouiual free at G A R Tlall AS jol of outtlosr open all day Five dollars pays for system complete pays for un Uaited InitrucUmi DRINK CAUSES THREE DEATHS A Man Wife and Servant Girl Asphyxi ated by Gns PHILADELPHIA March 7 John Gibney and his wife and their 17yearold servant girl whose mime is not known were found unconscious from asphyxiation at their res idence 700 Sorth Seventh street lost even ing and all three will probably die The attention of people passing the was at tracted by hearing groans Inside An offi cer broke open thy door and found tho three persons in their sleeping apartments uncon scious It is known that went home at an early hour yesterday morning consid erably under tho influence of liquor and the supposition is that he accidentally turned on the gas after having put out the lights The three persons had evidently boen breathing in the deadly gas all day The physicians have very little hope of the recovery of any one of the three Cleveland for Free Libraries NEW YORK March A massmeeting Chickering hall yesterday in the interest of the Kew York free circulating library was addressed by Grover Clevelaad Seth Low and J W Carter and other prominent gen tlemen The good work of the library was commended and steps were takea to extend tho usefulness of the institution The Ohio EedistrictingBill COLUimus O March 7 The senate yes terday passed n bill amending the Sunday law so as to permit saloons to open Sunday The Snow Falling In tue Eaifc NEW YORK March snow ac companied by severe gales Is reported from Foughkeepsie Newburgh Saratoga Amster dam and various poiuts in the Mohawk val ley as well as from many points in eastern Pennsylvania railroad traffic isjconsiderably interfered witb A Stallion Fetches Nsw YOUK March trotting stall ion Bayonne Prince sired by Kentucky Prince was sold by S Cadougan to Alfred Cordova and E R Browne yesterday for S25OOJ Bayonue Prince is 11 years old and had a record of Did from the Effects of Black Damp SBAMOKE Pa March Eiasn hcart fireman at tho Cameron mine which has been on fire for several days was over come by blackdamp while in the mine yes terday Ha was taken out alive but died soon after Two Strikes That Are Sot BOSTOX March strike at the rub ber works at Sioughton has been compro mised and the strike at the mill operative itSashua N H has amicably set tled They ST JOSEPH Mo March Bros ilothlers of this yesterday Li abilities assels about the same old ladies do at a tea fight untrue and ungeritlemanly stop to think that we are paforrning a duty similar to that of the cabinet Oar func tions are executive and we pass ipon pre cisely the same matters as have been consid ered by the president and his official family yet we never hear any popular clamor or alleged demand for public sessions of the cabinet We do not play in executive ses sion we perform the duties winch the con stitution demands of us Personally I give you all the information which I can with propriety moke public but because I regard the rules of the senate I am abused without stint Believes in Radical Sloaaures Another senator who is very much inter ested in the work ot the Dolpn committee said that he was in favor of expelling from the gallery any correspondent who insulted the senate by the publication of what pur ported to report o sacret session pro ceedings He would not advocate the exclu sion of a newspaper but he would insist oa Trotting Stock Comes High NEW YOBS March more big prices wore realised yesterday at the sale of tho trotting stock belonging to L J Rose The horses which brought the highest prices were as followsNava b m by Dictator outof Bella Brnssflld sold tu W S Hobart ot San Francisco for SOB50 Nelly May b DL sire Electionuer dam Lady Allan sold to J Jlalcolm Forbes ot Boston for Koverie a bay ally foaled Jan 5 1SSS by Alcaziu out of Sallie Darrow was bouglit by Robert Bonncr for ilOOOO Zoraya a black mure foalisd in 18 und sired by Guy out of Noluskd was bought by Stonor Ckiy Paris Ky for SISMO A bay colt toalsd April 11 last out of LaJy Graves by Stamboiil went to Georga B Eastern of FoDria Ills rortilGO Some Undesirable Immigrants PlTTSBUUG Pa March penni less pauper emigrants Swales and Hungar ians who bud beou induced to coma to this ooiiutry by falsa representations arrived in this city yestercay They arrived iu a Bre roeu steamer at New York Wednesday and were en route to Kansas City They claim that the ngnt who induced them to come to America told thMU that farms awaited them in Kansas Thoy are without money poorly clad and presented a pitiabe sight The party left lor their destination via the Pitts burg Ft nyue and Chicago railroad rigeon Shoot at Grand Crosttingr 111 CHICAGO March first day of tho pigeon suooting contest between the teams of Kansas City and Chicago sportsmen at Watsons park Grand Crossing was won by the former who kiflsd 211 birds to 210 for Chicago Five teams of two men each shot at 500 bird flity birds to each man Will iam Anrlcrson made the best score for Kan sas birds and W B Mussey for birds Felt an Earthquake at Sea BOSTON Muss March bark Charles G Rice irom Calatn Buenn reports tha1 when two days out from that port she ex perienced an earthquake accompanied by leavy rumbling noise lasting nearly a ruin ute She was shaken on the water like loaf Holihar the Desperado Shot MAEQITETTE Mich March Raimund Holzhay tbe notorious train robber now in the penitentiary uore for life tried to mur der a fellow convict last evening and This is unjust shot and wounded by the warden losing Did you ever four fingers of his right hand Got Hold of the Wrontf Toira BOSTON March Advertiser sayi that Tracy made a mistake in in viting the mayor aud citizens of Concord to attend the launching of the new warship Concard The vessel was named itttr Arrlvul of His Daughter from Sit Ver Base Hall Enthusi asts Rejoice Greutly Over Brushs Vic Standard Oil Company After Gaa of All Killils Long Litigation Pension Fraud Discovered IXDIAXAPOLIS condition of Governor Hovey who has been confined Ills room for tho past ten days Is believed to be worse than the public has been allowed to understand Ten days ago ho was taken with a cold and later inflammation of the bowels set in Thursday his daughter ar rived from Mount Vernon at his request his symptoms being worse and ho becoming i THE BASE BALL FEVER At Indianapolis Kulioved by the from Cleveland O IVDIASAPOLIS March 7 Whsu news reached hero from levelau 1 that President Brush of tho local lub had held his own witlithe other Lsapiuo magnates an 1 that Indianapolis would remain in the national organization great satisfaction was ex pressed in all quarters The stilts of public sentiment regarding the matter may be im agined when it is stated that before the welcome news arrived from Cleveland the CiimmsrcK cluJ oarl iwu 11 a cill for a p ub lie meeting to tako what sttps might be considered necessary to retain tho team Earlier in thu diy it dcKgation oE buinws men waited en tho officers of the Coirmer ciil club and requital that tin organiza tion tnkesonvj action to prevent tho loss of jo club Alter consultation the following elegram was sent to Mr Brush Hang on to the franchise by all he Commercial club is ready to do any niug in its power to aid you in kuuping tho all club in ludianapohs Thu intense ansi ty of Ills day was how ver dissipated by a dispatch announcing hat a tenclub schedule had been adopted mil that tho League leaders liad adjourned This information bus sot the town crazyand lobody thinks cf anything but the good lews from Cleveland The Alliance ST PAUL Muit M iicli Farmers Alliaue oUvted offivrs yesterday R J Hall rcciiviig Io3 votes for president and Ignaius Uouiely 134 This was re ccivcd wiili tuirutaous choors The AJli ance had a stormy ses ion ovor tha railroad resolution last night ami was not ublo to complete its s ssiou The MIxsUslpiil Hiirll PINI BHFFS Ark Mana Mis sissippi rivur is dangerously Tho water nt soniu piacei is ti lew iiieaes bolow the top of tho levee W ak pi LCS in Uif levco are li 1113 with wmJ bais the guil iv writers out I would loing put out and kept Been Lawing Aljout It Twulve Tears MAUIOX Ind March Tipton julg neut has been rendered in favor of A G omstock surviving partner of M R Love Co against fortyfour residents of this unty for an aggregate of 171312S twelve yean ago the defendants with number of other citizens signed a guar mty that the commissioners ot Grant Bounty would appropriata SJ5000 to aid in the construction of the narrow guaga road hat has sines beun merged into tho Toledo 3t Louis and Kansas City standard gauge The commissioners refused to make the ap propriation nnd when tho work was com pleted the guaranty was turmd over by the Duildeirs to the contraciors in part pay These cases hava been in litigation ever I nee but the above judgment will b the jnd of the matter The Stnnclunl Oil Octnpus NAPOLIS Match rumor is urreut here that the New York purchasers 3f the natural and Illuminating gas plants f this ciiy are tho agents of the Standard Oil 2impany and that that great octopus after trying for three years to get n foothold in Indianapolis has sit last succeeded and now has something over 82000000 invested in two plants The company owns a large amount of gas territory and was one of il e first to seek to introduce gas for fuel into this city But from various reasons the supply was not steady It is understood that new owners will make many improvements and will increase the canarity and number of lines from tho gas territory to this city Shameful Admission for a Woman IxoiAKAPOLia March Thomas Graves has for nineteen years been drawing a pension as the widow of Samuel Smith a private of Company D Seventyninth In ABBREVIATED TELEGRAMS A brnnh of tho AfroAmerican league was organized at Chicago Thurs lay night Tho remains of Hon George H Feadleton wiro tcrwardcd from New York lo Cincin nati Thursday Th net eiiiiiags the Burlington So illTU i ii ronl for Jauuary show a de A woman bus warned the of that if he does rule diltwroatly he will meet in f te n AitX 11 II George Francis Train Ice ured at Chicago Thnnidiy niht mid admitted that ho wni the biggest crank iu tho world J Grecne who killed Ova Dtivii in Putnam ciit lenn m June 18S7 be sie nfiiSiil to marry him will trotch hemp iifuy It is stated that an English company has purchniel Whee er Cos siip yard and ury Buy City Mich paying there fur So 00 Arthur Orion the famous claimnit is i o enter Eigands P r itiiil will run as a f 1 to uiollinnt ihir trit MI Engih syndicate k gobbin7 iU ilic snhi apparatus man b in ry is coulirmod Tbe i syndicate has loug four ol ih m i Frank P Uhva of the Piiilaie nd Kiuhig rn wiy was ar ru tod at AlUtuwu Fa iburdaycharged with rubbing the inuiis New York policeman are just now busy milling open of trule bucket otr Two wero inv did Thursday the Iucds feizd und everybody in the boards urr sted Tbe grand jury of St CharHs county Mo Thursday indictod Charvs F Vail lor tho murder ot his wife whieh he says an aceiiUnr He shot ior it ia chargtxl in order to g t 615WU insurance on her life The I iiianj of tho Pviver resemi tion in the British Norihwest territory ore s nil to ic tCarvmg The men are MJ reduced physically that they aru unauie to hunt and two or three cases of cannibalism are re ported The yearold sou of Frank Millard who lives at Albion Ills threw a lot of cruen trated lye in o tho face of his baby brother Thursday dstroying thinfants eyes burn ing off its tongue and causing almost imme diate death The report tba the Ohio pcniteni r board of managers have rocoiuinerted Har per of Flielity bank infamy to the dent for pnrdin is denied Three Oi the minagers bave yigucd a petition as citizens lor Harper p irdon A jury in Providence R I has boaten the record It unanied damages of 0 to the heirs of Cnares Newman who was killed by an explosion on board H rre hoSEs tiay Wuun in 18SS while but tiWOOO was asked for The Kalimizoo college authorities have decided that tins students who tumid Pro fessors Trowbridge and Ferry W DK Ante flnaily Kurtz and II A Murray i or one year and the others for the remainder or the coll ge year Twentyfour years ago Dr H Lev ering of Lower Morion Pa was mysteriously murdered Tuesuuy John G u iidcrton leading citizen who was never in least suspected died and before hU death con fessed that be was the murderer Jealousy was the cause French ironps have bad a battle with thon of the king oi Dahomey 400 of the latter The of Thoogli Words Pa March 7 Muss Rose would treat him said he as I man who would print cocvarsa Gold Found im PecnsTlvonift SCOTTDAIE Pa Miirch the report of the geologist who has examined the field can be relied opon gold and silver in pay from 3 p m to nudnlght This satisfied j jng quantities has DMOI discovered on the Senator Bronvn and he TOtecl for the redisi falm of Jeremiah Stianffer near the Moont tricting bill which ivas immediately passed vernon ore mines Operations will begin to the govgrsfir MoncUcr and a ilhorourfj tert tion he mieht hear while a guest at m y din ner table r JTUietjFer Cent Wind IO Per Cent Faot WASHISOTOX Crrr March F J Lef ens of Chicago aad H B Scharmsna of Brooklyn president and vice present rs spectively of the Biewers Associadon oJ toe Tjnited States sppsared before the ent duty on hops Regan nttempted suicide with lau d mum yesterday and is likely to die She entered a convent some time ago but was withdrawn by hnr parents because a tenden cy to consumption developed Some Thoughtless companions made severe com ments upon this occurrence and Miss Regan brooded over the matter until her mind be came nffjcted Good Thing for the Lumber Region LOCK Pa March The first deep snow fall here Wednesday night In Ltbe lum ber rations the snow is a foot deep j postponed lumber work will now be pnsh d day night while the snow lasts The vfeather continues cold said that the reports concerning the contemplated pur For chases of American breweries wero usually 90 per cent wind and 10 per cent fact i easterly winds warmer For Electricity is used ia tome weathierfollowalbvUghtralnor mow Inheritance Ten on Mrs Stewmrts NEW Tons March collateral in heritance tax upon the estate of the Mrs A T Stiswart is The Weather We May Expect Crrr March following ion for thirty rsii hours f For Indiana and Lower weather easterly winds warmer For Wisconsin and CppeiMichigan weather followed by light snows I J erly winds wanaier For or snow diana who died of somi army epidemic in service about February 1863 She was Smiths widow but it is now charged that she tniirried Thomas Graves about nineteen years ago which if true would deprive her j of her right to a pension as a soldiers widovr Graves says hi married Mrs Smith about twenty years ago but Mrs Graves says that though they had lived together they were never married The authorities will investigate the casa at onc3 And This In Indiana IxEUyAPOLis March appointment of Frank Welsh a colored man to a posi1 tion tn the local pension office is creating a good deal of feeling among the employesand there have been numerous threats of resign ing unless Welsh was discharged Iretty Cold at Seymour duInd March morn ing th temperature here fell to 4 degres above zerothe lowest point recorded in three years All fruit germs are frozen solid but the young wheat owing to a heavy snow probably escaped injury Black Diphtheria Rampant IVABASH Ind March Stockdale two miles west of Roan this county black diphtheria is threatening to carry of the children of the vilzg Fully twenty are down with the scourgj and nsw casas are be ing reported daily A Toimg Miscreant Sentenced Ind March the Wabast ing killed The French lost cine men and several were raien prisoners As the kin is in tue habit of doing some alroclotM things fits of the prisoners will praba b y be horrible circuit court Wililam Marqcis the youih ful trainwrecker has been sentenced to jail for one year for wreckinz a Wabash train last October at Kellers Will Go Out of CREAM Its e proven in of bomec for more thann quarter ol a century It is used bjthe tnlted States Uovei nmcnt En by tne tteads of tae icnxl Lniventties as 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