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   Logansport Pharos (Newspaper) - March 8, 1890, Logansport, Indiana                                LOGANSPOBT DAILY PHRS 15T11 YEAR SATURDAY EVENJiW MAhCH 8 NO 2Jf8 JOHN BRAYS SALE OF Lafe Muslin Iklerrar Commence next Sat jrday Marets IHh H wlji lijuiilit iiiir lino of inu ir isf hear in mi ihit th v WIMI IH giir wiim ti iteniil rind pnri in tli3 market Our pnae Mi iii mjuiii uhi rora be stairs in our Krotger i Shin IVc AHondod to Day or Niijht is fi ami vacant lolsi on Wiiy iiii jnil vacant on 1 wu Miami mn Irint strcrtn ciiy for Ilirins liinny fnrniy pnijiuj y Ianiis fur nil kinds ol mcr A nf ilry Lonila lo rude for a tirm A MIIIU boots iiml shoes to trail for f Httll Inr trinii i niw two ptory hrick resi linci ih DCS MniiHri Itiva for a fiirm iin i null i Im in worth for iiiv ti For stile i brick on ihe Suiiiuidf iviih iliree lots lociited on tinrivir road Fiir si a siotii Mid brick residence t room rtnt n 310 per inoiiih Fur tli at a Intrfiiri 3 livelliiijfs on Sjiiiir strci will lirmij 10 petceut on tluinvi finnnt Kor riiil a bruU rtsidfiicc on he Soiitiiiiilt known us llii AlcGaHrev prop erly For inuiictilius ciniuire of PUT THEM ON OATH Senators Passed Through the Mill as It Were EDMUNDS PLAN TODEE OPEBATION WflNTED To Invostljrnto Mme KELLOGGS of Lariies French Tailarlng XiiiKiit nt t A U llnll Lojrn or snujiro wooden dart u titpe srtukM sen la 1 honly Kvtctu ifi Vnioricn vou can cut Krcneli Tr nt litiok sleori niul Sslrts withoui Mlt rati m or Uewar of Inilt liois Xivir iturn aav uliaits r nuieliiies sk tsilL TS wlmt they use in cut tlntr men i clorliiaif ty iejrrt ivliut thoy tise and yni wilt olit in their results Such ii the Kollostr fvst in of iho laadlcs FrenchIaiorinL cu sijtlticr of u tailors wood woodenuart and sleive rulo tailor is ruetiua bcok und Jlponia Oil icr Ficmh Fatliiou Journal free at C R Hal Sihnol of cuttln open all div Five dollars pavs tor svattiu Louiplote for Halted Instruct us Kir tlic MMtor pro iciiun of tlio consumers of iiatiuiil snl iviihln the corporate limits of the ciiy or Iosniiisvmt iiissccuiity liutlum octioil I le t oidniiiutl by tli common Kiiui ol tho e ty n t thut It biainl i luiciy lncliix to bo the Uiry plun liris pi iltioi ihilr njriiiis iind cm ploiis Iml i 1 other inisons in the e tvof puisptnt M iv irt proi to tlio LoirnusI uuti ml pis comvijiiiy as lnreinnf HT proI vKliil 11 nrk tiiiif pis tittimr ur tie uso of natnri they tuny do to nersotis within I the oi i oral units oi city in riieithat i the work nuiy to t stetl MS required by thu ori iliuitute or the city satil company pasetoc totie 10 See lie It further oniaiuuJ nuj It is here by iniulo the lnt ot all pluinlrs MS ntteis iiud tiieir nceius atul all other pei soiis who stuiil iiuvke liny extension iKtettitii in any o tixtures or the ecasiitifitiuu fills wtiiilu the ity if L Mnsporr to report sueli or iiltcrition to ilie Lviirins jrt mitiira ahvrein provuiotl Ihat sail i 1 aiterati n y tested lefore rsel iutwithstniuiiis et 3 Tho reiKHts herein retuiivd shall be enter ily thenity uak ngr them in a bo k iulrkel Test Bixk whloh sli 1 be troviiietl ry tiltlo nsport u ios com anti kept mac nvenKut jiaoe In Us or It The Upper House Statemon Declare They Didnt ViolatB tlic Rules but Have a Variety of Interpretations Thereof Hlair Says thu Press t Sold to the Jes A Knight of on Postal Tel OKrapli in u Bad Itox Threw JUiports on tlie Direct Tux RiU IVAKinNGTOiV CITY March 8 When tbe aeiatc ailjuurned Thursday evening Dolph the hairmaii of the oommittee which for some tiinj htus been investigating the leak ol cxicutive nevrs was on his test mak ing Q ipeijh in ftivor of his resolution to in carcerato tha recalcitrant witnesses before trie committee Tho debate had la iced three days and it was ovUent to every one in the that for the present at least nothing could bo done with the Dulph resolution Yesteulay Dolphcalled his committee to gether again and the matter was discussed for nearly an hour in all of its various bear iigs The result of the discussion wall that tho coMiuiitteo decided before going any Iurih r to call nil of tlio mambers of the sen ate bijtore them as witnesses and question litin under oath as to the divulgecce of exo u tive secrets The Committee Muster Pi iiminnry to the examiuaEion of tho Oilier mitubers of the senate the members ii UK Cltiitiiitteo weix sworn in r heir turn in 1 i nrh asserted on bis oath that at no ti nrlia revealed vvbat bad traaspired ia lie h civt session encpt 50 far as tho rults if tU senate permitted htm to speak of limiting Up tlio Senators iJuipli viliit erod to start tho big ball Inliin und ho went dowu to th floor of t 10 suatn with an alphabetical list of the serial in uii hand AldricliVs namo was thu first on the Aurlch bad some dis tinguished visitois from Provitence under vvitg and it MQH some time before he onuld be Dolph Dually ran him va and to jk dim in charge Aldrich was jii to th committeeroom under eucort of thn cliairnum of the committee Ho took Lhc oath and then answered tho aet ques tions which had bam prepared the sub stance of his answers being that he had novtt to tho lst of his knowledge and be io violated tinrules of senate relating o executive sssiuns He was followed in order iy Allison Brjte Allen Ransom Call Cerry i arris and othis A Lliilniliiiii litully NociRil Then were soine amusing senos in the corrniittro rnoin and in the anteroom lur ing the examination of tho sanatorid wit It lUvolopad thnt the iutHipretation phiccd upon the ru loi by tho senators dif fered in some iiiarurinl iioiuts Somo of the senatois held for exanipio that they were entitled to inform liny ono they pleased of tho coiillrniatioti or rejection of a nomina tion whether tho action of tbe senate had be n public or not Harris said ha hn 1 often tx1 graphed a amii telling him ol his coaiirmatiin waiting for tho seuate to notify tin prsidsnt Some of the senators wero inclined to disagree with Har ria Miliich tho chairman of tlio committee on rules said that had always been hia co istruction of tbe rules and rbpc he had ao od under that conviction In the a to rootn the so latory avaittng thuir turtis as Wiiausi i dUciissod tlio investigation at length some of them in far from flattering tor s AVhack a the WhileBoijilis conimittfso was looking af ter the for printing too tnuoh news tbat enterprising industry was catching it hot ami heavy iu the senate for not printing enough In speaking of the educational bill Hal said there was a rising tide apiiiist thy bill Tho press the oincutors and clergy men of Maine were against the bill and the increased to it had only CODIO be cause observation aiul reason were against it The south had at iirst been U mpted by tha laiRess offered into yielding uS interest in common school education buc iecing it was not likely to pass promptly hatf turned loyally to tlio task cf increasing its school system Coutroled by the Jesuits Blair said the Jesuitical oif the country had decided that tho way to ootitrol cf tho schools was flrst to get co u trijl of tlio press Tho press had receivnd Ms full sharo of atteution auil had mauifosteil i 5 full slut ro of suusoivieney lie read ex tracts from a Jotter received from a member of the Now York Piera club asking or a copy of speech so ns to lonm somot liing about the bill This ho said showed that even a neuspipor man in New Turk co uld find out nothing from tho press thero about the bill New York Killtors Denounced Ttio Xow Yoik papers Blair declared were monopolies of th worst kind and tho country papers oid been pervered and pois ouil by them Kvon the Republtjau pafty in li north hal been iaducod by misrepie seatations to turn its back on tho natural impulsed of Republicnuifm and op pCSthi biil btt when it got the facts as it would somo day that trucilant press would tell a different story He saidcvjry Democratic paper in ITw York had onra supported it nam injiuthat coniijction The Herald TCrorld Times and Bvening Pospc IN SENATF HOUiSE s by Synopsis the the B Crrv Ifoich S senate ater attending to routine business yesttr day took up the calendar and passed public building bills for Sterling Ills and Helena Mout and laid nsido a similar bill for Salt Lake City The educational bill was then resumed tho most notable remark on the stti ject ttinc of Biair that the Repub lican party had put the bill iu its national platform nud that like other men he owed uo nllegimce to a partv that lied Ator a short secret the senate ad journed to Monday A bill was introduced for a public building at Muskegon reahipping back to China if the Toney does not want these two any longer and they can not get reshipmeut there seems nothi ng for them to do except jump overboard BEAUMONT ON POSTAL TELEGRAPH Tho K of X Leader Advocates Govern Ownership of the Lines WASHINGTON CITY March Ralph Beaumont representing the Knights of j Labor appeared before the house committee j on postoffires and post roads yesterday and j argursd in favor of thti passage of th2 bill j introduced by VTade of Missouri for estabj lshing a government postal telegraph seri vice Beaumont said that the K of L was j in favor of the government owning all the I telegraph lines and not in favor of Waua makers scheme 03 it was a business proposition He believed the government had a right to take the telegraph linos wlieii THE PULLJDEKISIVE An Angry Scene in North Da kotas Capitol HOSE PULLITO AND OUSS W01DS it desired to do so Referring to Dr Gieeirs j facet statement tbat 30 per cent of the business of the Western Union company was from sportinp stock gambling and base ball games Beaumont said that if Butterworlhs bill prohibiting deals in fu tures was niade a law and each of the base ball leagues succeeded in securing Injunc tions to prevent the other from playing the Western Union would be ruireJ He thought it would be right for the govern ment to tax the people to maka up the de ficiency in a business tliat was ot service to only a small percentage of the population i EiRepresentative Tim Campbell of Xew York argued before the committee in favor of shorter hours and larger salaries for Indulged in by Wrathful Keptesenta Attorney General of Ihe State the Victim of tiie Indignity An Kclio of the Lottery That j gj th Itsaily rtivnlvtr Will Bo Appealed to Sot C Ovftr the Mut ter at JJiMSiuick BISMARCK M D March iif you circulate any more lies about me Ill twist your blooming off your These words fairly shouted iu one of the corridors of tbe capital yesterday after noon caused tremendous and attractd to the place where they were ut tered every man woman aud child that heard them The speaker was Representa TENDER OF THE ELITE IKctraordinary Decision iu FaTor wf a Xeir York Scapermce NEW Toss March extraordinary sum to which a New York society man is entitled for living expenses before he is com pelled to pay any of his debts was settled ytsterday Charles J Osborn when he died bequeathed 00 in trust tue income to be paid to his son Howeit during the bene flcitirys lifetime Eowtell Osborn spent a liberal amount lavishly and ran up a huge bill besides all of which his father paid hjs aters jruih he has maintained ais record y The income ot the fund is i annually but this has been far from sufficient to meet the young mans desires i He Borrows S30OOO So he borrowed money ot iam L Stow which he could not or at least did not re pay Stow secured two judgments against Oaborn to the amount of neary S5JOOO but they were returned from the sheriffs office unsatisfied Osborn who went to Europe two or three years ago with Fay Templetou the comic opera singer and former wife of a tire and bo had by tho nose Attoruov minsirel is still abroad and the sher ift reported that there was no propay General Goodwin n familiar figure m Bis in is in uostoffice clerks with yearly leaves of ab marck Walsh had mat Goodwin about oclock He stepped np to th attorney gen eral and excitedly asked him by what au i tbority his name bad been used by Good win in a letter read in tho hous3 Thursday written by Grooihvin in which it was inti miitel that Walsh had made the lottery scheme pay Good Bucking for WASHINGTON CITT March J Oaga representing thct Worlds fair people of Chicago receiver the following telegram last night from that city which will 53 pre sented to tho Worlds 1uir committee signatures represent from 0000 jto 31iiJOy iOXi Wo wish you contnued suej cess in Washington Wu will stand Ly you Kud the committee iu everything Chicago vriU now as in the past prove equal to my emergency You can count on our hearty support Among the signatures are S W j Allurtjon Satuu Nickerson prcsidaat j the First National John B Drate nroprietoiof tiie Grand JucLfij Willi him T Baker president of tha board ot j C L Hutchinaon O W Potter president Illinois Steel and Pot ter Pulmer Tiie CHil Serviet lMjllijy WASBINOTON CiTy March mayer Paul of Milwaukee has been batory tho house civil service committee for two or t roe days giving testimony as to the all g d rookfcilnesH in tbe comniisiiou Ho tes fi d that Silidya evidnca was all false that he had never authorize or asked Shtdy to monkey with the fxumination papersso UB to in Democrats whether they passed j examination or not Wit regard to the i itself and ils workings thought thfcro was a widti discrepancy betven the nature of civil service examinations and tho character Of the duties The examinations con tinued wore an excellent menus of miniuga mans ability but tho mvn1 who usually applied were not tho best class ot men Reports on tbo Direct Tux Bill WASinisOTON senate direct tax bill was reported back to Jibe i house yusterday from the judiciary commit fce nccoaipaiiiod by a majority and a mij tiority report Caswoll of Wisoasin iu thu majoritj report which is lavorablestuces that the bill remits to the slates who paid it the direct tax of 1S61 and relinquishes the tax as to those states which did not pay Tho i amount to refund is SlSasliri83 Oixtus of j Alabama in a minority report says tb a bill j is uncoiibtitutiou aland bad policy Culier son of Texas adds another minority ri port which holds that thy bill is unjust tiule ss the cotton tax is refunded Is It u Dead Mails Seat WASHINGTONCITY Jlarch S house committee on elections IIHS adopted a resolu tion appointing a subcommitteu to i gate the election of C R Breckenridi e saat iu tha house John M Clayton who i was assassinated in that state had before his death entered a contest against Brock ridge and was collecting evidence when killed ThesulKMmmittee will go bo Ar kansas if uecassary Only a Malleiof Emphasis Goodwin did not reply and Walsh went on to inquire whether ho was prepared to substantiate the charge he has made Iam prepared Mr Goodwin calmly re plied to back up nt any time anything I have said or done Before the words wei3 well out of his nouth Walsh siezad his nos and uttered tha acclamation given above To furiherem jjhasize his feelings Walsh gave tae attorn y generals another vigorous pull and tiutt released it Goodwin started to retali ate but evidently thought better of it for he turnwi on his heel and walked rapilly awoy muttering something that nobody caught Nose Inflamed Ccodwlii Snlulued Lest night Mr Goodwins nose wai hi rbly inflamed ond appeared longer aud more aggressive than ever before The attorney general liimsclf however was more subdued and absolutely refused to say anything about tinassault Walsh was no less re tuent No explanation of the affair is needed from the two prineipnls Everybo iy yas slartled Thursday when the letter admitted that ho j vrotb to llis intimate friend Editor John son of Jiisbon wi3 rea I and his charges of corruption asninst Stvons Walsh Lainotue nud other prominent members of the i tuie were nialv public i ai1 CiMinter Charges j Stevens aiil Govdwin are political and personal raemim of The bittirest sort and Goodwin more than Mtts that Stevens pro I cured the letter by xn action not very uller ent from iobhiiifj th2 Uuitod Slates mails On the oihcr hand Stevens says that Gnod vin is attempting in wiveit outi political euds by making and cauinjg J0 bs these rhares ot hritxji nttainst tilt hdvo catos of the loftrv uni dclulx3 that he will drag the attomey general before a tom inilteoot iuvesuizaciii and mine ich him un less he can substantialiiis cliargus o Corv To Kit shed j liiist night there wrn reloris that a duel of ro affair i but coLody of sense gives creiit to such ru mois Goodwin is a iiau of sense s nd en ergy md does not luck nurago hut he will not attempt to ESC iveu the code Unless peopl1 hero are niistakHi he will brinjr his enemies to book iiy the 1 criminal Laws of tlic stat The impiession I is abroad that he has in his possession suffi cient evidence to end several representa tives aud senators to tho pen itentiary Goodwin Asked tu j Attorney General Goudviii is at present a I badly badgered man The Jegiluture yes terday demanded nn explanation from him J in regard to bis sensational letter in refer ence to the lottery scheme an1 bis of corruption but thu attorney general re 1K thvt he must liuve until Monday to n his statement uhich privilege vas acQQiJed him It is asserted that his reply will ttof a highly ansational character and islouced for witu unusual interest standing in his name in this city Stow therefore brought suit against Uie trustees Tne action came np before Judge Andrews and was referred by him to Eugene H Poui eroy Cost Him 81S500O a Yenr to Live Testimony has been taken at intervals for sereral months and yesterday the referee uandei in his finding wherein he advises the dismisal of Stows suit with costs This accordingly was made a decreeof court but notiro of appeal was served at once un i the matter will come before the general term In his decision Referee Pomeroy siys that Charles J Osborn maintained two hand some residences his Fifth avenue house con furniture valued at Ho kept a steam yacht tbat cost him el 000 a year and his family expenses were iwaually Liberal Is a Good Word Howe Osboru was an ouly child and during his fathers lifetiia constantly over ran his income of fSOOOO allowed him by his father Lawyers say the courts have been more liberal in their consider ation or the question which often rises now much money is needed for a maus support They take in o account a mans social sur ronnvliugs nud the amount of money he has tjeen aciustotned to spend and in this cose the proposition is flatly set forth lhat an un married man witu uo dependencies may claim legally that he needs a year for living expenses DEWENTER The HATTER NEWS OFT How John Bufink Missed a Rich Deposit GOOD TEMPLARS GO ON A OEU3ADE Blake aged SB yonrs ot icw a lineal d se ndant of the great Etic miral tloped with Miss Artie Thompson 34 years oll to this city and the couple wars mcrried Capt Biake was a wealthy widower with five married children Be fore securing his matrimonial htd proposed to seven other ladies luring last two years A DESPERATE YOUNG THIEF HD Mortally Wounils Olio Policeman and Shoots T Other Persons CHICAGO March S Joe Eaue n desperate young sneak thief shot Police Ofll er Liu villo yesterday iu a pawnshop at iSu Cark street and after disaiiling him ran umtuk through Clark and State streets shooting Charles E Cole a printer in tho muscles ot the right arm and Officer E F Brisrow in tho lireast and abdomen the latter being mortally wounded The young desperado wns finally captured by Officer Norciier after a hard chnse and wheu Kane had tutirely emptied his revolver Came Near lining Lynched A great crowd pressed around tho officer and his cnptivo and oiie1 for immediate and summary vengeance but a number of poiicemen caino to tho assistance of Norcher and landed Kana in tho Central OtEcer Briscow can survive but a few houiK OtQcir Liuvillo is not dangerously i jured but ho was shot twice in the face and will be fearfully disfigured all his life Cole sus tained only a flesh wound which is not at arll serious Officer Liuvillo was about to ar ms Katie for tho theft of S 1500 worth of diaoioiiily when tho young thief suddenly fired ihe two shots at him at closo raugo and then ran Fatal in u rurnitiue An OctnyemirUin Couple Who Were Ovver to Gas Trust a Iteportorlal and Dry 1iKbt at JLovcr in the llawtile INDIAVAPOLIS March 7 John Bnttnk a prosperous larmjr residing near Cuuiter land tms county relates a curious story In one corner of his farm there stood re cently a cabin and near this were three large trees He lore away thu house cut down the trees and put the ground un der cultivation Thursday morning he dis covered that a se tiou of the fetuO along the rood near where the old house had stood had been removed so that a could be diiven imo tiie and tbat a huge stono had been uneartUed from between the slumps of the tlirco trees In order o re move the stone an excavation ten feet d ep and as many feut had been Anil Jolin Didnt Know It In the bottom of the excavation was te Imprint of a box oi SOUK material a out Buctwu inches squviro Althougii B ilink has owned thu farm s vcrnl years hi had never discovered thn stom It wuscjver with earth about a foot deep Upon making in quiry among tue neighbors h learned that nearly twenty years ago tho housj was occupied by a family who were always sus pected of liuviug somo alliauce with a gang of thieves and counterfeiters The supposi tion is that sonio valuables wore biried there and that the mcu came and un arthed tho stona were some of thosj in Tiisted with the secret That Trust Mytb KOKOMO InJ Slarch report tivtf to the consummation of a great gas trust whioi was alleged to be buying up alt Mir gas plants and valuable territory iu thi Iiuliaun gas belt uvidently in the bra iu of sonu correspondent as no sueli deal has ev i Ixwn thought of beie Jxokomo capitalists own and opurnuthe plant liera wbuh U on the be in he state ore now fixty flouiivr rus wells iu ths H caunl v New Bills Introduced WASHINGTON CITY March vg the bills introduced in the house yesterday were the following Icreasiug tho approp riifcion for the Jackson Mich public buil iing to if 100000 for a monument at PutinB ay 0 to Commodore Perry to put carpenl er ancl blacksmith tools and agricultural imple ments on the free list THE LAKE SHORE DISASTER ILoss Ijiic Known To lp ments on the Accident N Y March responsi bility for Thursday nights railroad accident has not yet definitely fixed All ac counts seern to agroa hat tho air brakes were uncoupled when the train startedafter first ireaking in two at Dunkirk The The brakes were therefore useless They work will undoubtedly eontain charges Against ofticitOs u u 1 prominent men ot tam pjng vi htfce Jloitery conspiracy aud will oite facts and circa rntinces hange in Tuulbees Condltlot WASHINGTONCITY March gressman Taulbees condition changed but little siueo yesterday morning At id uight last night his caso was regarded us i il most hopeless with only a bare possibility of iiis recovery David UurJley Fields Six Frobletail BOSTON March Massachusatts Reform club had a dinner at tho ParJcer bBuselast night Hon David Dudley PiehV was UIH principal speaker He said there were six problems before the American paa pie Honest government woman suffrage the negro race the rights of labor the gov ernment of cities and thegovornment of cori porations In regitrd to the first question the speaker favored a plan whereby tho ciiizen when he registers shall indicate his prefer METHODIST BISHOP DEPOSED On Chtrjes of Tyiiis mid Other XJnchrls tiau tunduet CHICAGO 3Jarch wind has been tryiS Bowman of tho Methodist Episeo sJ thurciS on tne of unchristian con duct numerous and broad falsehoods against chui mem bers and using unchrisiau expressions s conversing on religious subjects rendered venliet yesterday finding Bishop Bonman guiity and deposing him from his office as bishop and from tue ministry until the next general conference Tho charge of unchris tian conduct consisted of numerous aileed i assertions against his fellow miuistcrsDin j one particular instance Bishop Bowman beI ing said to have characterized the Rev H B Hartzler president of Moodys college at Mass as a viuand godless automatically and if in proper condition would havo themselves on the sleepors when they broke awiiy from tho forward section of the train Under those conditions the proper step was to stop the first section at onca but instead the forward portion went ahead un1 then stopped just when it should not have done so as by gradually slacking fpaed a comparativaly harmless 1 shock would have resulted j The Names of the Dead I ft istieSnjrply known thatsevenprsonslost their iivnjas follows J Swan porter of sleepingcar John W Flynn of Canton O John T Powers of PiHsfleld Mass Mr aud Mrs J 35 Stewart of ttr Mrs Joseph D Balucas of Springs N Y and oiummun rije injured are tho same as identiti tad ia these dispatches yesterday those repo tical Platform Tiie LaU apresidein Liv ATLAISTA Ga W Alliance who is a ingtone ol tha Farm himself on a candidate for governor He propO3ea its required putting novel and startling piatfoi I tnat all candidates for congres to pledge themselves in favor The lown DBS lIocxES la March Ye tcrday ia bond the gov i on a motion to send a local option b n to the cent of their valuen ence olf candidates This would be better commitv ea on the suppression of jatemner than tha oresent nrltnarv tvnM ance Ewa rt Democrat voted wth the Re THE SOLlb PS publicans and the bill was so disposed of Tne wanted to sen J it to the po lice regulations committee Ibis is lookiKi upon as a tett vote on the prohibition ques tion In the senate Miserey was sJcted president pro A iicen 35 im WRS than tha present primary system because every voter would participate In the nomi nations He also favored compulsory voting Mch and another own 40000 acres to improve the Mississippi from themouth of the Ohio to the head ol the passes Prepared to Do a Big Business BiiTrMORE Md March North Star Construction company which was chartered under the laws of New Jersey Jau 27 has established its offics in Balti more The presi lent is B N Baker cf Bal timore R C Hunger of Duiuth Mina is vice president Taa cotnyany has a piid up capital of and is organized for railroad construction aud the dsve opment of Lake Superior ora lands of which they He also f ail rai BUMBLES It Drop Out from Lnder Several Marcn sThe wrtsnrtu o Plymouth known as Currys Hill sharea us is if by an ar hquake at up uucc1 by Hanchett tor citi esof crmore oYock yesterdaT morning population It requires a bond of 80000 and a license of troui jCOj to tiOtiO A strong measure for the trusts and pools was intro ijed the The house deiided the ThreatClark elec tion contest from Alabama in favor of Clark the sitting member Threct is the colored man who did not ac cording to the view of the election commit Diplitlitria Out M Family ZANZSTILLE O March J C McGregor reading ctrk of the state house of representatives died at oclock yesterday morniui of diphtheria Alrii Mc j Gregor dietl last Friday imqiediatelv after the death of four children making six deaths in th family within a little over two weeks One oi the four small childjon re Sany oe oe It is maiie tde iuty of the com pan v to ad niifceali tests promptly 1 the order in wfiloh 3 hey aro onscrcd m th Test Co k I ular interest were disposed of and then the house went into committee on the private calendar At 5 p m reesss was taken until S oclock when private pension bills were considered a number being passed bafore ourment jLow Temperature for March SABANAC LAKE N therrnomeKr JVgiitered 15 degrees below zero night at tho signal service station here Re ports from other sections denote still lower i temperature At St Johnsburg Tt tbe I malI1nSls now lymg low with the diease mercury was 30 below i toeher wtii McGregors nged ftther for whom there is little bope of recover v PROVIDENCE R L March action of the house in tabling the appropriation down abou ten ran into tho s clothes as bet TII ravcin was ceustd roof o somaban lone i u ovv the were wrecked and some took i tmnwl toves but the flams guished Houses settled temfiel a tueir i a aroused frorc the falling ol to oUiry worki fN Several fro ol over wsie extin Deliberately Drowned His Antagonist SACRAMENTO Cal itarch bill because it contained a provision for Freeman n flhter and wonljless sa Trensurer Nolaml Want to Ke JEFFERSOX CITY Mr March 8 Treosurisr handed his written ri nation to Governor Francis yestrlay at tt mon The governor has not yet decided wheher be nill accept it The question is raised whether a state officer who has been suspended can resign pending an examina tion Molands deficit is now said to be T1ST5 tc 4 It sn u n unlawful any petsou I within the corporate limits of the cltv of Lo to liuru or use natural gnafor anv purpose lnany pipe liurner or iicut until ait the pipes an i nxtuivs coiuvoyinir tue shall anordinaiiccionfrolliiiirtue iijrannrrtnat ui ural pis company paeI i KtobirioriSSS t Celestials wero not allowed to land and Any peSMii violati g he proviai ns tha matter was referred to tha treasury de Mighty Poor for AJa Sin WiSHrsoTOX Cnr Mairch While at Shanghai China the Amiaican bark Gerard C Toney shipped a Ctdnaja cook and state home and school whose superintendent is charged with cruelty to children loaves the state without rooney for current ex penses Over is involved in the deadlock and nu further action can be taken until next weefc k lied a min near Koseville yesterday by holding them ns head in a trough of wa cer Until he was dead The victim a cock on a ranch Freeman was drunk at the time and attacked the man trithout pro vocation A Kentucky Tillage Wiped Oat SoHEitsET Ky ilarch 8 The vil ae of Liberty Gassy county this state WHS con sumed by fue yesford y Loss S40COQ no iauraace The village h id a ooDulanOA dollar Chrtsllam Bont Agree ifanga ijnia ority over Uganda He mai de vart to Christianity Ha Frank Collier Recovers His Balance CHICAGOMarch Frank Who was declared insane Dec 6 1SS9 and from and afte its passage and lejfal publ ca tion W F Mayor I Attest JOKX J TAQOABT City 7tte Weather May y Crrr Slarch Tbe are the treather from 8 p m yesterday For Ltetet snow FP Arab power u cijmpleteljOTerthrown Dan stored to fauii rou3 eXiSta btireen hiu thlmss m such thef s I and Eooamufr all his rights as a property owner Mr ColliS arid snw Precedel eaatern portion IT all southeasterly winds wMJwr aad WUccMln Wxam Utt FATAL EXPLOSION OF DUST Tlireo Boys Klllel and Their Bodies Crcmuted SVAXSVILLE March fatal ex plosion occurred in the riustroom of the Armstrong Furniture company at lUJo oclock yesterday afternoon resulting iu tho death of three boys and the fatal injury erhaps of the fireman of the factory Tho man and boys wero in the dustroom for the purpose of shaking out the accumulation of dust and shavings ot the mouth of the blow pipes when a terrific explosion occurred whicb set tho building on fire Tho flamed were extinguished without delay Three Horribly Mumed Corpses The following wero killed and injuied Fred Saeis burued to a crisp and terril ly nangled Harry Cbeatim coored burnU most toashflsCrawford badly mangled and body burned so that iileuriiicatioi was nearly impossible Injiiivl Charles Shelby Jreman of the factory badly burned anil eg broken injuries are very severe in not fatal Tbe killed persons were boys aged about 18 years The cause of tho explosion remains a mystery Toe damage by tho flro was sight CRUSADE ONANEW BASIS Windfall Temperance People Pay Saloon for Their Fireiviicr KOKOSIO Ind March Good Templars and members of the various churches in the town of Windfall twelv miles south of here have at ast aftjr thro weeks of crusads labor md shreivd financial negotiations forced every one of the half dozen salocnkeapers thcre to close out their business and 1avo the place at terms dictated by the crusaders and now th citizens have b gun a vigorous war on tha drug stores which it is affirmed supply dram to young men and old topers on the Itoycott on the Drusijlstj Slost of the saloonkeepers were paid nom inal prices for their stock of liquors on band which were entirely destroys tut enough cannot be raised to curry out j the same plan with tbi druggists and in consequence the siege and boycott method is being put into execution against them A yet the druggists do not show any sijna of weakening and declare their determination to continue business as before Kearly ail the Isidies in tbe neigabcrhool hava partici pated in the crusade a Smooth Road for Palmer VccCEvriTES Ind March Palmer WQL elopd from Oaktown on Monday with Miss Pearl succeeded in getting a license at BloomaM on Tuesday aud mar ried the Ifirl He presjnted ah allegsd per Biiasioi to tbe clerk from the girls mother the latter denies having written A brotiicr of tha girl caused the arrest of Palnur at dewberry on the charge of kid naping nr ne was brought to this city and lodged in jail The gtri was taken to her home under protest KiglstJnij tiie Issue of Licenses GOSCHEX Ind March peculiarly bitter Bcbt is waginghere tetnvren the Lq uor anci antiliquor The local Womans Christian Temperance unionhead fd fay eyCircuit Court Judsre Osborne has ji against the reissuing cf viajit jo seven of the most prominent sa 1 of the county Thy base their Joo iupor technicalities cropping caes re J fltate legislation whic out of jtHilant5 for failel thyclai took an ap to comply Shucks in HttHMa ST PETKHSBCRO March of enrtliq UKO havo occurred in ths inpnt if KutiU Asia i Husia ly wli aft ABDREV1ATEO TELEGRAM x It is reported that tlo pope is again ItidU po ei Ilerr Tiszi thj Kuugiian prims miaia tr Iris iisi mo I Fired stroynl property at Wiohlti K K F a wiih paity 1 Tile in i uo na ioual treasury li4K been redme i by bond to OOJ i h p ah rrrp in the vicinity of Kalen EO Jlicii is reported to bj frojt bitteu pa t a i ei overy C R Murrav has bion arpointed re eivrol tiie iilets of RR Dunn lley Sv o Chican Ta Aimistou Nationat bank of AnUton Aw i tluojj his bjja autuoriz 4 to bvgiu For y writs of ejectment ag linst tenant 01 the Iusniiby ilau weiv graitisl at Youihal Jr1 nd Frdny W Bluick has arrestecl and jailed at Casn len J for rubbn tbe muii He w is 1 tt r trir All tLo students at JK ilamazoo faculty r its sauteuee ogaimit haters It is reported that Private TJell 1 W W wno his sucu a storm about of Stoele will become H dime mtiseumi cur Frank Kompf wax hanged at CbarlMton tJ LVJ Illui tvT Ui SOU William and daujrhtor ilaiy on tlio night of Dec 4 1SS9 I ExAlderman Hillock ot Chicago who dropped dtiJid a few was in cousecrate 1 ground by the Roman Cntholic church because he had Leeu a Rowland Leech a New York drummer put up at tbe Jijusj la Chicago Sun day lust then went out and has not bteo swn since It is suspected that he hsa murder It turns out thatj the two jirls who leased Ed Wells an 1 another man from Jail at St Joseph Mo a few days ago were ac complices iu a series of thefts by llheBauj j Slosson and Schaefer the billijirdtotf played two games at the Union Le at Fhiiadelpbia Friday night ami lotcon won both tne first 300 to 138 aud sec ond 100 to 86 j Monroe Eckstein brewers ot York made an assignment Frmay lb J hivu been rated at about 0000 by co nmercial agencies The total amoaat lu VJivd is about Harry Varn11 one of the Cook Ila Loodiers niio nax recently from the penitentiary has sued the county for services while warden of the iaiaae asy um He wants B F Br en died In Thursday niglit His notoriaty kj in the fact that he never sfonv to a TriniMI in his life He was worth Md lived penurioueiy as a rtcluse Fifty mnle s cf the Thirtycerectk Illinois TO une ra held a leunlon at Fi toay a bonouif Gen J C Black Judge Blodgett onJOcu J of Iowa were Andvonceo 5 en crude la m has bee i ordered by tbe bundard Ott the independent refl lerics in the Ono tiic wuo uavc oui he advice and I 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