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   Logansport Pharos (Newspaper) - March 10, 1890, Logansport, Indiana                                1 LOGANSPORT DAILY PHAROS YEAH MONDAY EVENING MAltCH 10 NO JOHM Corner j Points from the Bill in Course I of Preparation CHICAGO MEN TO BUN THE SHOW Wiil Commence next Sat urday March llth holies who bought our line of mus I in uriderweiir last year will bear us nut in saviof that were the best gurj meats us to scwinij mtterinl and price ever s ild in this market Our present stock men tiir Biiaii manufacturers Sule will be conducted uo stairs ia our new departments V UVMKJUKYTS D MiANS JPEHA HULSE ONE NIODT OHLY Wednesday March 2th A Groat C az Tue liiufilny Succssl A Whirlwind Of Fun TheFunniest of ill Muiioal Comedies II KISDEKGARDEN Written iy II O Morris the New Hcral i iuu by H3WELL BEBERTS Original nil Only K mersrnrden Company In ciii1 U Kinjcus tne Lutl Mill1 HS Ivy AiiiB Blanche Bo ChuraLter Dancr Eldio tho Famous WurbKr an a cuiupimy ot UomeuUns Ottticors an ilusiouinsiiuil Mr Uruiiu Orchestra Kil BmingB IviatorgiirJeu Band e m 1 1 JO a in CunCs rL In eve tho purfurmunoo will Prices 75 ocuta J desirable dwellings on east ilcsiriiblu residences on cast desirable residences on residence at 802 residence on on on Fur Broadway Fur sulc iioith street F r silly Ci Spcir strCKt Fur wile 1 ilcsirublc tpoar street Fir sale 1 desirable west Broadway Fur sale 1 clcsirublo residence Chipiicwa rnd Prait streelii Umitfil residences and vnciinl lots on Hiiili irUi Spear Market nnd Brpnd nsidences raA vacant lots on Mjirkit and Broadway VVuutrd rcsiilciiC u and vitutiut lots Miiitni and Pratt streets For city property for farms For trade farms for city property Fur finms for nil kinds of mer A stixk of dry goods to Irnile for a tjooii farm A siocl of boots nnd shoes to trade for a irood farm FLIT tvnde n new two story brick resi lience iu Des Moiucs Iowa for afarm Fnir icie a ferni worth 82500 for city residence Fur sale a brick residence ou the Southsioe with three lots loomed on the river roncl For sale i stone nui brick residence witlj a business room Will reut at month For sale at a bargniu 3 dwellings on east Spenr street will bring 10 per cent on lhc investment For rent n brick residence on the Southside linown aa the McCaffrey prop erty For particiiMrs enquire of M M GORDON Pension and Real Eatate Agent Room Nro A Elliolt Block Logansport Ind KHCECEH RODJKVifTKAIN tor i Straio O UNDERTAKERS X lilil No 03 Calls Promptly Attended Day or Night to URNJTURE PFiCES THE LOWEST Our Designs are NEW but the Best Workmanship Ail iwed to IeUD our Salesroom W Henderson Sons With u Natloual Commission to Devise the Scheme and Probable Poilponcincut to Statement us to the Want in North Da Motuuiia Uepublicati Senators To Be Call To Be Brought t Hook WASHIXOTOK CITY March Chandler Uitt ami Springer of the worlds fair of tYiCi hous were in con sultation Saturday with the Chicago repre sentatives who are here The bill that the world1 fair subcommittee has been prepar ing TTeis turned over to tho Chicago commit tee examined by them to ascertain if it ires satisfactory The examination of the bill weis lot finished when the subcommittee adjourned Tho principal matter of rlisous during the consultation vras the com jpositic n of the governing body of tiie fair Two plans were under jputtirii the power into the hands of a na icionnl commijjsiou and the other giving it to the organized in Chicago tieoernl Plan of the Measure Tho measure informally agreed upon pro Cities for national and oaa local to Chicago This latter is to be thu corporation of shareholders Ln the Worlds fair compmy as it now exists It will have the entire business of the tbo site manage thu finances take the receipts pay tue bills and dispose of the buildings after the fair is over U will bs operated under the laivsof IllinoK The national commission will consist of two me nbcrs from uach state and territory and the District of Columbia nominated by tho governors and appointed by the presi dent TaLj will pass upon the fltmss of the irutions and advise tlm if they urn siiflieint to warrant him iu issuing a proclamation inviting foreign government to participate It will prepara thu general plan of tho exposition assign the flaur spacy fix tho date for opau fag and the admission fo arrange sebamo of awards appoint judges and generally have tao oversight of thu whole exposition Reasons for a Xocal Corporation Lyuian J Gags was the principal spokes man on the reasons why tho local corpora tion should bo left intact Ho thought sub scribers to tha fair fund would Lkely object to morging themselves nto a company not contemplated whjn they subscribed llOur company is now in gooJ legal and business form said Mr Gage All our suiscrip tions were mudo in the regular way are le jgal can be sued for and are collectible Withciut doubt the vast majority of tho sub lacribars would willingly bo transferred to the proposed federal corporation but a fsw might say Well Chicago has the fair any way and as that is all I wanted I guess Ill drop out I do not want to try any experi Subscribers Particular Whin wo arranging these subscrip tions said Mr Younj of he Chicago com ini tee lthe fiist question which business men usually asked was this Who will havoiha spending of this money Tha re ply invariably WHS Tho directors chosen by tha subseri bore aud each mans voice will bs in proportion to tho amount sub scribed by him That was all they wante 1 to know and I do not holieve it would be giod nnsinesi to attempt to take from them oiehalf their control of their ovu Uio Government Appropriation The Iill will ask ior a appro priation of lor tho goveniment cs h hit and for or for the expetiSes of the national commission The Chicago poople nrd sitisflocl that sooner or later congress will give tho government all the money that may bu required for a worthy diplayof tha governments resources aud ad ministrative methods Onj section of the bill will explicitly declare that the govern ment ia not to be held liiblo iu aay manner for the expenses ot tUo fair nor for any debts or liabilities contracted for the eroc tton elf buildings or any other purpose A Postponement Till 1393 It is pretty well sette i that tho fair will not bo held till 1893 Chairman Candler de sires to so frame the bill as to give tho house others lor other parts oi the country The committee then rose no quorum was present and the bills having beea favorably reported it was agreed to order the previous question and consider the bills tomorrow Tue faouse then adjourned Chandler CHargo Against Call WASHINGTONCITY March senate committee on privileges and elections has agreed upon a report to be made to the sen ate on tbe resolution of Ctiandler to censure Call for interpolating in tfad record remarks which he did not make during his debate with Chandler on the political assassinations in Florida Thu committee will nmke a rj port recommending that the report of the speech as it appeared bs amended in The Record to correspond with the notes of the official reporter The committee will also recommend that the committee on rules con sider the question of abridging the right of senators to make changes in Tha Record The Montana Senatombip WASHINGTON CITT March senate committee on privileges and elections has decided by a strict party vote to report in favor of seating Saunders and Powers the Republican contestants for the Montana seats in the United Stntes senate The ma jority report will state that the house which elected Saunders and Powers was cunvaased by the only official board of canvassers under the territorial liuv and it was the house rerogaized by tbo senate of whose legitimacy there tvas 110 question The minority it is said will report in favor of referring the whole matter back to th9 peo ple and holding a new ol3tion o Rations for Idlei YovUinguien WASHINGTON CITY Huron Proctor has telegraphed to the chairman of the unemployed workiugrnens meeting in San Francisco that the war department could not issue rations to tue unemployed workmen of that city as there was no au thority of law to do so Secretary Proctor explained that only iu emergencies resulting from famine floods etc and when the ealamitycr suffering was 30 great that the local authorities could not cope with it could rations bo furnished to naedy peo ple Will Aslc Protection for Orailfjaa WASHINGTON1 CITY March 10 delega tion of prominent men from Florida all of whom are interested in the orange industry of thatstate arrived here lost night and will have a hearing before the house ways and means committee in a day or two to urge protection on oranges BIr Taulbee Certain ti Die WASHINGTON CITY March grassman Taulboe failed considerably during yesterday aud since midnight Saturday Late last night his physi cians said his caso was uttcrly hopeless and that his death is iikciy to occur at any moment SojoUeless i Succaas WASHINGTON CITY March suc cessful test of smokeless was given at the navy yard here Saturday Ths pow der seemed to be all tha1 lias boen claimed for it and was stronger than the ordinary powder Will Take n Trip to Iloridn WASHINGTON CITY Jturch post master general anl Airs Wanamaker ac companied by Mrs Hsnrison Mrs Russell Harrison aud Mrs McICne will go to Florida on a pleasure trip this week Our Latest Cruiser WASHINGTON CITY March navy department has been informed of the suc cessful launch of tha Concord at Chester Pa at oclock Saturday afternoon HORRIBLE MURDER OF A NUN Her Body Cut Into Small of a Student Suspnrt Moscow March excite ment prevails here over the murder ol a Sif ter of Charity named Piatnizky 40 years old wellknown for her many clmritabo deeds Her body was found cut into small pieces iu a suck which was sewn up and thrown into a sernirGiired spot where de tection was dnlyaqu stion of a few hours The head was rudely cut irom the trunk and was found in another quarter of tbj rKy Took His Chuncn in Eternity As near as could be etermined the woman was strangled and firom some evidence ftu opportunity to vote on that and he will known for tho deed state to the house that Chicago has made no request of the committee concerning the year but that it pledges itself to be ready buildings and accessories whenever the Exhibitors are ready to occupy them It is fclionn however that the opinion of the house as woll as in the souato is overwhelm tagly in favor of 1303 which the police will not disclose the crime was fastened upon a young medical student named Belsowsoff who was arrested and im mediately committed suicide No reason u DESTITUTION IN NORTH DAKOTA An jVutriorltntivo Statement from the Reil Cross Society WASHINGTON CITY March Clara Barton president of the Red Cross society makes an authoritative statement regarding i the condition of people of Worth Dakota The statement is made after careful iuvesti1 Cation of tbe facts by members of the Red society and for tho purpose of settiro before the public the exact situation in the destitute district The society has corre sponded with the state and has the authority of tho governor aud commissioner of agriculture for the statements The Counties Affected Tho facts are that there are 5000 to 6000 Cull the Growler nd Lib CAITDSS N J March test caso of Irving W Herrmann ncniust Mayor Pratt has been decided by th supreme court in favor of tho former and practically sattles eleven similar suits against other saloon keepers aud opens wide the doorfor growler rushing Herrmann kept a saloon iu city and was arrested under an ordinance passed by tho excisa commission in accord ance with the Werts law on a chatgo of selling liquor without a license He had a licenaa regularly granted by the board for the sale of liquor in quantities of less than one quart but ic was charged that he sold liquor to be taken ofl the premises The supreme court holds that the license covered tho whole business Convention of lgar Makers NEW YORK March important convention of cigarmakers was held here yosterday Siitythree shops were repre sented by three delegates each The com ITS NO JOKE NOW Funny Business That May Have a Costly Sequel THE JOKEE SUES FOE DAMAGES WouldSJe Policemiin Giren a Novel Jtsperience British Attempt on tUe Liberties of American Arms Xliuir of an Alabama to Joiu 3icGiiitv Captured in ioujsiaua SPRINGFIELD Ills March novel suit was enteivrl Saturday ia tho Saugamoi circuit court by Hsnry Bartmsss of Glenarm Some days ago Bartmess came to this city and informed Deputy Sheriff lin denwood that he would like a place on the police foivo Cortainly replied Under wood and turninp to El Flahrty another deputy sheriff presented him to Mr Bart iness as the mayor of tho city Flaherty to carry out the joke told Barrmaw that the city was iu need of some good niLn and if he would iko to liavo a medical examination tho matter could lo attended to thn and there and his name could put on the list Bogus JBxnminatioE Bartmess said ho uas rea ly to be ex amined and Flaherty snt for States Attor ney Tamer who was iutroduejd to Bart as tho Medical Examiner Varnon Mayberry of Pawnee Underwood anl Turner took Bartmsss to an upper room and went through an amusing process of examining tho innocent him stark uake then told him to go home and his turn cams he vouki get notice to come in anil ivport for duty Bart mess waited somo tinio and found out that ho had been and HOW he enters suit against Underwood and Mayberry for 0 claiming that as the key was turned in the door lie was forcibly detained anil subjected to various inlecaut indignities PERISH THE THOUGHT Shall We Giro Ul Gum nt the Holiest of a BiitlsU Tyrant DETEOIT Mich March uu art school Ambitious young ladies arc the principal beneficiaries Tho conductor is Professor John Ward Dunvmore who was imported from England Kecently the pro THE NEGRO IN OKLAHOMA A Man Says the Colored Scheme Visionary TOPIKA Kan March V Ad mire register of the United States land office at Kingfisher Oklahoma and a prom inent candidate for governor of the uetr ter ritory is in the city He says the report that the negroes have taken possession of Okla homa is wholly untrue Out of iOOO people ia zhf territory no over 3000 are negroes The propaiiuou to make Okla homa a negro state hecontinued and to have a colored man for governor is vision ary It is bad advice to tell tho negro peo ple to come to Oklahoma unless they can come prepared to buy claims at good round figuresThere is not a foot of good land vacant and there is not enough labor in the towns for the people who are already there The sug gestion that Oklahoma should be turned over exclusively to negroes for the purpose of giving them a chance to demonstrate their capacity for selfgovernment or for any other purpose is simply lunacy and is cal cuated to do them great and irreparable barm QPRTNl QTYtJRS rpniKG OTYLES MURDERED FOR HIS MONEY A Feoria Man Lured Into a othol and Butchered PEORIA Ills March The body ot Bernhard Junghaus a wealthy horse mport er was discovered floating in tha river here with the head split open late Saturday night It is known that Junghaus always carried considerable easu The fact that the money watch etc are missing would lead to the impression that Ukilling was dono by a common thief but the poiice think that the body was plundered to create such an impression and that the bloody deed was committed by a jealous husuand No ar rests have yet been made LATER It has transpired that Junghaus was lured into a house of illfame Friday night and murdered lor his money 0 by Jack Hummel and Bill Luckey Loth desperate ruffians Two cypnaus disclosed the crime The men aro in jiil DEWENTER The HATTER BED RUINS REVEL Holocaust of a Whole Family Near Montreal ALL EXCEPT THEFATKEE BOASTED That Desperate Diamond Tlilof CHICAGO March 10 Crowe not Kane as put in these dispatches who ran amuck in tho streets ol Ibis city Friday lost shooting three men one proba blv fatally camo here from Omaha He be Jan preparing a deft use on the ground of in fessor issued an order that ail pupils must be Bauity as soon as he was lodged intho police punctual in attaiidanCD or submit written Station stating that n Mow on the head with excuses for absence This tho young a skillet some timo ago had affected his women but they bore it with dignified si brain and that he had a very dim remem leuce Saturday Dinsmoro issued another IBW No pupil should be allowed to chsiv gum during the fessions Kot To He Borne Totn 3Ioment This assault upon the free born American fad was too much and au meet ing was hold and by unanimous vote tho young ladies decided that Professor Duns more muse go or they won cl diwert the school in a body uud let art toliow plivsic to the dogs Tht directors ot thu institute have invested SiOOOCl in the enterprise and have a longtime contract with Frofossor Duusmori Ihe actiou of tho young women places them brance of his doings here Crowes sister respectable woman visited him Saturday and ha asked for a priest At latest account Officer Briscoe was still alive Sheriff Cleveland Took Uim to tho Poll BVFFALO K Y March world looks now to me now said James Kdley who was convicted of murder and sentenced to imprisonment for life in 1871 and was re leased on a pardon Thursday Grover Cleveland was sheriff nt the timo of my sen tence continued the old man and instead of sending a deputy to Auburn with me he tippal to the courts to liis iiaiary during hj be removed he will enforce payment of time for which he was A Couple of VainpilcS NEW ORLEANS March Tcasas par ish Louisiana havo just biei captured two mammoth red bats of the species identical with the vampire bits of tbo Brazils They are in shape like bats but many times hirger measuring twentytwo inches from tlie tip of one wing to tho tip of tho other In color they arc a revolting blood tint and are of a snapping vindictive tamper Mr Leggett tha present owner while feeding them was svcrelj bitten on two of bus fingers His hand has swollen sin ull the symptoms of blood poison anl it is feared his hand will have rp hv Amputated to save his life Be No Fishing In That Lake MEMPHIS Tenn March Sheffield Ala the new iron town n curious phenome non is puzzling the local scientists From tima immemorial n Into of depth Bind covering several acres of ground has ex isted and has bsa a famous fishing resort for sportsmen KriJac night jwopU in the improve the opportunity I believe I am the only man in the world who has been escorted to prison by a president of the United States vicinity were pauicsrrick n by a fearful noise and subterranean rumbling as of au earthquake Saturday morning it was dis covered that tue luko had entirely diap peared tho bottom having literally dropped out the water escaping1 through a hole fifteen feet iu diameter Tha wags say tho lake ha gone to join the hero of a popular song A Babys Adventure in a Barrel NASHVILLE Tenn March special to The American irom Sparta Teun says The mail carrier between Smithville and Sparta reports that a barrel was found floating down the Caney Fork river and caught at the mouth ot Indian creek con taining a live baby about a week old It for Negroes iu Xow BOSTON March organized effort is being made to induce an osodus of south ern colored people to New England The scheme finds it motive iu thelack of suita ble domestic servants in New Enslaud and in the desire of certain original Abolition ists to place tho fresdm m in a condition of civil liberty Mr Btillman B Pratt says the people of this section have within a tew years found out that the women of the uegro race mafe thj best servants that can be had and thtre is a constantly increasing demand for them from all parts of Koiv Eugiaui Mrs Flack Hnel Her Price NEW YORK March Mrs Flack disap peared Saturday after a conference at the district attorneys office as to what her testi mony was to be in the trial of Sheriff Flack for criminal action in proeurinf a fraudu lent divorce from her Detectives were sent out and early Sunday morning they found i Mrs Flack at the house of a close friend of the shiTift They took her away and are keeping guard over her at a hotel She says she will not give evidence against Flack nor prosecute him any further He bos agreed to give her a week lor her support His Mother Oavo His EJbotr WlLXKSBAHRji Pa March Hefferen and John Carter two heavy weights and local pugilists of some note fought twentyfour rounJs Saturday morn ing near Mill Creek rorapurse of flOO EeffTen won Both men were bndly pun ished Among the spectator was Mrs Hefferen the mo her of one ot i u contestants who cheered her hoy on When he was declared the winner she clasped him had floated atout sisty or seventy miles but to her arlast after which she took him aud was in good shape vhu found A Me Abroad Regarding Chicago CHICAGO March press commit tee of the Worlds fair has adopted resolu tions requesting the press of the United States to correct the untruthful reports so widely circulated to the effect that certain prominent gentlemen of Chicago have been in the east soliciting subscriptions the dressed his injuries Will Help the Kullwaya Cut Bates DES JIorXES Ia March board of railroad commissioners have decided to lower Iowa freight rates in case the cut iu interstate rates continues and have so noti fied the managers of the various lines doing business iu Iowa It is certain that a big reduction is contemplated They propose to Worlds fair under authority from the Pnt in force the first schedule prepared by mayor of this city The gentlemen said to mittee on the scale tariff reported in favor j have been canvassing in the east for this them known as the schpdule of June 188b possibly a reduction from that schedule who are dependent aud a good many more as being the lowest price for making purpose have been in Chicago during the or tbe first five mile haul whilo having provision for themselves I 1000 A motion toj enforce the whole timo mentioned and no solicitors as soon as possible wasi adopted 7 he com need food for stock and the counties in which these people live are Nelson Ramsey Pierce Bottineau Rolette Towner and Cavelier Kelp should be given in money irad sent to H T Helgsen state commis sioner of agriculture Grand Forko N D Tbe causa of this destitution is the failure for two seasons ot tho crops before the far mera had been long enough in the state tc have anything laid by for a rainy day In unprecedented oc the crops mittee on ways and moims recommended the general enforcement of the eighthour rule in the trade and an evening up of wages until all tbe workmen receive the highest price Lost His Money anil Took to Drink NEW YORK March E Ar nold once a successful lawyer later a theatrical manager died yesterday a vag whole timo mentioned and no have been employed directly or indirectlv by Chi eago Going to Fight the Jews March strong movement has been started among the workingmen of the East end with the object of ridding theman Italian and the dangerous wounding of selves of competition with Jewish labor by Deputy Elsie Aley There are fears that the the use of the boycott and other devices com800 Italians in the neighborhood will attempt mon with labor unions It is asserted by the the rescue of the prisoners Some Pernicious Foreigners EW CASTLE Pa March Ital ians at Wampum Pa accused of theft sisted the attempts of a con stables posse to arrest them and over 100 shots were resulting in the fatal shooting of leaders of this movement that present the crops In 1SS9 drought ran nd confirmed drunkard in a cheap starvation standard of wages is almost did the same thing The people who are the lMwer7 house He was a Harvard wholly dun to the general absorption of the victims of this hard luck are those princii Braduate gamed high reputation and a best work by Jewish workers bcause of the pally who had not been in the state longer fortuna as a lawyer Later he went low rates they are willing to accept than two or three years and heip willbe mt management lost his money another crop can be raised Bnd took to drmk L2thSt Drug Store untii another crop can be Much assistance has already been received from Chicago St Paul and other places but not enough The state can not help be cause the limit of its indebtedness under the constituuon is nearly reached in taking over debts from tho territorv These are the facts as obtained by the jciety and it feels that to state them will be tail that is needed to open the hearts of the Ipeopla to the relief of the sufferers i Proceedings In the House WASHINGTON Crrv March bill was iatroduced ia the house Saturday appropri ating csrtjun amounts for the relief of the occupants and owners of Camp Tyler Cook county IK Bills ware favorately reported appropriating for a public building at Lafayette Ind and SiO00 for another at Madison Ind bill providing for compulsory attendance of witnesses before registers ani receivers of land offices was passed and the house then went into com mittee on public bniiSing bills Bills ware laid aside with recommendations TOT public at Cedar 1100000 lad amd ssTaral Fifty ThotUBDd Men on Strike LOKDOS March strike of the Liv erpool dock men is gaining strength daily There are now 50000 man out and the steam ers sailing from that piirt are being delayed to such an extent as to cause widespread Ios and inconvenience The DeviV a nionk would BAJTQIORE Md March three A St Paol Hotel Burned Bt PAUL March Commercial hotel of South St Paul the great stock yards suburb of this city was destroyed by flfta at 9 in Buffalo Bills Show Hissed March Bill during his exhibition on the Campagna Saturday of thrown wiadow Ihe fered a sum of money to any outsider who a total loss but most of the contents were should succeed in riding a certain horse saved Some peasants succeeded in riding the ani mal but payment was refused on the ground that they had not mounted within the re cfttired time The audienco was indignant Mother and Sevan Children the Victims Fraaric but Fruitless Work of Distracted Sceuo in St Louis Doctor Pronounces Sentence of Death on a Little lioy in His Parents MONTREAL March St nourishing little country parish about five miles from Montreal was the soeueof a most heartrending fatality yesterday by which a whole famiy consisting of a mother and young children were literally roasted to death while a griefstricken father stood by unable to save his lovod ones from de vouring flames Saturday Onezime Coller ette a FrenchCanadian of about 40 years of age was of tho most welltodo and pros perous formers on the Island of Montreal He livod with his wife and seven young children in a large stone housci on the main road leading from the city A Puthcrs Vain Heroism About 5 oclock yesterday morning Col lerette rose and after starting the fires pro ceeded to thu outhouse to look allter the cattle Ho had uoc long been engaged in this work when ho was startled by a cry ot flre and rushingout found the whom house in flumes Regardless of danger ho rusaod Into the burning structure and made a des perate effort to rescue his wife and chilir n His efforts however were vnin as the fire had secured too great a headway ani Col lerette himself was rescued from th1 ilames more dead than alive A Few Charred Bones Left Within an incredibly short space of time the house was rtducoi to ashes and all that remained of the inmates wore a f jw charred bones Colleretto was fearfully burned and was removed to a neighbors house where he now lies in a very precarious con dition Tue flre is supposed to have beea caused by the explosion of a cut of kerosen oil which was left standing near the fire place WILL TACKLE 1 BIG FOUR A Dressed Beef Company to Try Conclu sions with Aruionr Kt AI CHICAGO March report is abroad in Chicago that well backed competition is going against the Big Four Armour Swift Morris and Hammond in the beef busim Heretofore thcsa gentlemen have been able to control tho business by various means known to tnoinpmies and have been the buyers very of all who started out ro contesi tha fied iviili them The story is that a cor poration called the International Pack ing company including in its such men as Robert VV xrivn Alzander Ged des Thomas E Wells WiJiaju Scott George Ward andWiJliam Kirkwood and havug possession of plenty ot money bos resoived to put on tho gloves with thu grat packers and that the ba to a finish Cap unlimited is said to be behind the com pany as well as European prestige The Company has purchnsed several packing houses recently and made all necessary ar rangements for shipping their product Drowning Out the Mine Fire WILKESBAIIBK PH March tn first time since the flre bjau smoke ceaed issuing from the South Wilknsiiarre shuit yesterday aftjrnxm Ov r 1UOO gallons ot water a minute have been poured into ihe mine for several days aud it has now reached the fire By Tuesday next it is thought tha will lie eztingalbed further search will be made Jor the eight men wlio were in the mine when the fire broke out Been Without Snatenance for Five Days OLOCOISTSIB Mass March schooner Blanche just arrived from Grand Banks had on boar J E Iward Fogarty and William VVinon of tho crew of tha fishing Schooner G Thurston who were picked up at sea in an open dory They hod gODe adrift while attending trawL and had been without food or water for five days when rescued The meu sullere I terribly their feet and hands baing nearly frozen j It Wag a Fun ZANESVHLE 0 ilaicia Gray shot Robert Thompson ia ta3 hsad lost even leg killing him mtmtiy Gray says he didnt know it was loadel and only pointed the gun at his companion for fun I GEORGE H PENDLETON BURIED Most Impressive Funeral Erer Held at vho Quccii City v jsctssxTi March George i Pendletun Ixnnistr to Germany who i died ia Xov in lust wasburid Saturday Ttio tuneral was thi largest and most impressvi tvr lieii in this city Men ot all par ie profo and conditions in life di tor to t tn rnih 1 lenl A procsiu moiv t n i in Ingth fol lowed tue r i church to Muic hiL ti scrvi s were held M nini if t i n re 15000 tr th T I i ai t around tlK G v 01Cam 1 of O o aad BUCIT n Ivntue1 xPr si d ut R F Have ex GovernorrV aker Noves Bisliop an i exUniMii Stus Minis ter o Kusa e Hon Alphouxo Ta t were c n p moils oi t tig Besid ihe Ohio un i Kentiukv legislature wir nt iu u body EVITV political clu un I mos the civilsocieties D Cine miati IovicKion nud pori took part in piwes M Tho tunnl servioas wire bv Rv D Gib on and Forrest ot ho K ooral cuio i1 nd tho en Muiua was pronounced uy Hoi Is nM Jonlaii a life long triend OL Air ABBREVIATED TELEGRAM A deficit has been found in thj ac counts ot Missouris stnte ireasurer Noan i and 820OOIJ morej exp ouid BSIatida Ru y di d ac H lywich Ky SaU urday ngtd 12a years her Lirtb wns duly recorded in the family Bible Tho Whfta Houso at City baB bcen connected with tuo city departiueiV by e ectricity it ti mile of the job It is said at New Yoik that Hilton tho administrator of the est ito of A T Stewart ausorued of the astute Joe Oonoghuo skatod live milis rt burg N V Saturday in 4U min beating tho best Anlericin record 3S seconds Rube Burrows the Alabama outlvw killed a man named Jackson some time lust week Jackson had ben camping on Bur rows trail Spotted fever is ravaging the neighbor hood of Fountain Head jumuer county Tenn A number of pwpie hrvo died from the dread disease Mrs John Ore of London township Ills near Vandalia was attacked by an infuri ated cow Saturday and was gored so badly that she will die A Bible printed in aji Inuiiiu at Cambridge Mass in ICjl w s among tbe rare books in u collection a ttuu tion at London and tvtchcd 51 The Eacder Glue com ny cf New Yort has fallen owing it bsaid to the rasca ity of L C Uaughey lae Pittsburg Ta partner who has si olen Ex County Auditor A1 Graham of Leb anon O pleaiixJ guity Saturday and was ifiv u e ghufii yeais in the penit niury i nd u Sue of for emtezzlement ot the county funds Dwight Holbrook on od omi pro citizen of Evanstou I Is committed sulc Saturday by nankin Tueii isi va In the collar of his home and Over nnttucuildiimulties vvii uw sujjjOi4 C use David Hostetter the Bitters man wlio d d recently in Pittslmrg Pa left 439 out no will His two sistws Mrs 6tov r o Aaegheny and Mm Sumrey of ter Pa will try loget a slice t e courts Six women met in a Now Yort court Satur lay each of whom had doum nts o show tbatsho wath xwful wife of elm S Eastman He all i while acting as niii carrier and iu uiae years He went up 10flvj tihannou Robinson who robbed the bank at Vaiky Fahi Kan and wax shot f datk Ojezt diy by officers at Merfden was con aidered an honest man at Homjwood Kan whore be had been postmaster a merchant and a strict church rnemuer Roland Leach the drumner who disap peored irom the Palmer house ac Chicago Over a week ago has not yet been found Eta friends scout the idea of Mi being on a and it is generally believed hu has been mcr dered Every effort is boing made to ascer tain his whereabouts Farnoll to Sue Another Paper LOXDOM Much will prosecute The Exfter tor eopinha allfird torgerics pointed in Tiies an I coutiuu Jig the ion thereof KILLED HIS WIFES MOTHER In A Tamil Foal fire at 2 oclock in the morning Peter Foley the proprietor was badly injured by being i struck on the head with a heavy valise and roundlv hissed the managers Date Fixed for the Cxars Assassination LOSDOS JIarcn letter is said to Kovassa Keys and Smith have been shown to the czar by the chief of police at Moscow warning him that on March 13 the czar the czarina and the alias the under sentence of death have realizsd tbsrr position and arc 1 seeking religious comfort For a while the czarewitch will meet certain death and trio laughed at all efforts on the part of min that no power on sarth can avert their isters The first to givs up was ithe Devil doom Tlie Weather We May Espect j WASHETGTOS CcrYMjirch following are the weather indication for thirtysix hours evening de and brick fnrni Loses S250OOO by Fire DETHOIT Hich March last Will Lny Off 3OOO Employee MAUDES Mass March of the Boston Rubber Shoe company at Edgeworth and the falls have been shut I down for three weeks for repairs and takj ing acco int of stock Three thousand emj pioyes wili be idle I i DebatingSciiool Book Unilorrnlty DES MOETES Ia March a propo sitioD in tbe senate Saturday providing for j state uniformity in school books a general j discussion was had resulting in pwtponiny the matter until tomorrow A large num ber of petitions was presented opposing s Gray Boffys sirstory peal or modification of committee was appoint to investigate edn vesgae tten of Sower Michigan bv fair weathersontt estabhshmenti The Ostler trusts especJally the alleged school book 31 erly winds wanner For IowaSnow or rai f natlnS company and Carroll Cigar manu scrutherly winds warmer For Indiana and factory adjoiningbnildines were com niinoisEaiu partlvsnow in northern parpletelj gutted Total loss estimated tlOIW I 3L I ISSOUOO partially coTered by tlous trust In the house school book uniformity was also up but adjournment ma taken without action Steti unifomiitT has many trimds Difficulty Results Murder LA GBASOE Ind Slarch 10 Min gus is in jail here tor stabbing and instantly killing his motherInfaw Jlrs Lounsbery Mingus separated from his wife recently and one of bis children was placed in the care of his wifes parents Becoming dissatisfied with the arrangement he at tempted to alter the Lonnsbery residence And regain iiossession of his child but Mrs Loimsberry refused him admittance This infuriated him and he punged a small pen knifa into Mrs Lounslierys neck Only a small incision was made but death was in stantaneous How Brush Scuoiped Uay IKDIAXAPOLJS March John Martin of the Indianapolis club is authority for the statement that Presidents Brash and Day had a sitting of ssverai hours at the Weddell house Cleveland the other day and that after Day hod kept up his query How much will you take for your teamr lor some time receiving the unwavering response It is not for salij Brush turned him ami said quietly Mr Day how much will you take for your franchise and the playersyou have signed I ivill buy them now name a price Tha Sew Yorker iras nonplused and did nothing but smile Electricity is used in BOmo cool minM to CREAM BAKING liomei for mure than quarterot a cecturt It fey tbe United Government Ea doncd by tbe Heads of tie great iu Ute Purest and Healtnl1 Dr Hrlcei B ki g Powccr does not Dont m Ammonia Lime or AIUB SoM ocly Inntnt PE1CB BAKING POWUEttCO York CUaagoIu fnmtttta Un   

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