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   Logansport Pharos (Newspaper) - March 11, 1890, Logansport, Indiana                                LOGANSPORT DAILY PHAEO8 15TH YEML TUESDAY EVENING MAKCH 11 1890 JOHN GRAYS Corner HE WENTASTEAY A South Dakota Solon in a Bad State of Mind Commenced Tuesday March llth 1889 AM Indies who bought our tine of mus lia underwear lust yeur will bear us nut in siviap that tiry were the best gar ments as to sewing material and price ever sold in this market Our present stock frum the suine manufacturers Hale will be conducted uo stairs in our new A UlMKUEXTM DOIAVS OIEHA HOUSE UDtAS MANAOKK ONE N1QHT ONLV Wednesday March 2fch A Groat Tbo Lii Success A Whirlwind Of Fun Funniest or all Musical Comedies Written by II O af the Kaw York Herald and presented by KQWELL 5 GEBERTS OruriiiulawJOnlv Company U trjduclnsf K O us toe Professor lutl Miller us Ivy Mugeo Miss Ulftucho liovoi Prof Ed KehlliiKA KititerKardou liand wil puruiloutll Wu u Concert In too evcnin belore the porfurniunce Prices Ii3 V and 7 cents DYLANS OPEKA HOUSE WM DOIAN IKOIMtlKTOK Friday March 14th The Favorite of Logarisport Americas Itepresentntivo Uomantic Actor Frank In his leuntllui Play O O R D G K V love Story of PrussiaPoland Tbo Greatest Comocly Uituossi 1 Vork Times t ID Twont v Prices as usual o 60 anil 75 ceatg Reserved KoosUuss three IHS FUTILE ATTEMPT AT SUICIDE Infatuated with a Cyprian He Neglects Business Indulge In the Flowing Bowl and Generally Travels tho Itoail toRnin by Country Member Taken iu the Frank Confea Hion by t IK Unfortunate His Iollticnl Career Blasted lEPlEURE S D March Representative Samuel L Hess of Moody county a member of thu present South Dakota legislature wound up a disgraceful debauch Saturday Qight by taking poison in a notorious house with one of whose inmates he had become infatuated Soon after his arrival in Pierre ba strayed into a don of iniquity and be came acquainted with a woman known as Trankie She Li described as being far from beautiful but Mr Hess became an ar dijnt admirer and paid more attention to the woman than to his legislative duties Often during a call of tho house when the sergeant atarms went out to bring in recreant mem bers ho was informed that Mr Hess was with tho woman Wont from Bad to Worse The infatuated legislator rapidly went from bad to worse Though not ordinarily im intemperate man lie soon drank heavily and is said to have invested a considerable sum of money in wins ut high pricss for the woman and her companions and remem bered himself so well that tho change in his appearance excited remarks timong his fel low statesmen His clear became clouded and bloodshot The natty clothes which gave him rather giddy when ho arrived at appearance the capital went un bruslicd and ho wore tho general aspect of a man whose sentiments regarding public opinion resemble those alleged of the Into Mr Vandcrbilt A HIKZ Old WiudUiJ Tliejiight boforo tho legislature adjourned the members of that body received invita tions to nctond a party at tliu house where Erunkie resided Mr Hess and u uumbar of country momhors wero on hand anil the night wns passed in wild revelry Mr Hess frrely in intoxicants and toward morning ho ivns unable to take the special train that bore his fellow members to their tiomes Very 1ur Gcmo Was Hew Tha next night ho kept the girls com pany anil made her u proposition to leave with him anil become his wife She refused whereupon ho again quenched his sorrow in the flowing bowl Tn the frenzy of bis dis ipuointment Saturday night when sobor nS uPi ho purchased a quantity of strych nine and swallowed a largo An inti to friend discovered him iu u dying con dition and summoned a doctor who was worn to eternal sccroey The friendand physician stood ovor tho sufferer all that night and Sunday and finally savad his life hough dentils cull was close lie Ackunwludgei thu Corn Representative Hess was able to take a yesterday though sicicand feeble When ippruached by a correspondent and asked if he wished to say anything regarding tie tory concerning him Mr Hessropliecl Yes will sny this much I have disgraced and ishonored myself and the constituents I opivsent I only have this excuso to offer nU it is a pooiuno I bought Mm poison nd took it in au effort to end my life It as taken in the midst of a drunken frenzy FRUITFUL AND UNHAPPY HAYTI An Inland Where pleases and Only Man Ts Tllle NEW YORK March James Zohrab British minister to Hayti who is in the city on his way to England says Everything is quiet in Hayti but it seems to be the calm before a storm I look for another revolution there very soon Hayti i is naturally one of the richest countries in the world for Its area 1 believe that under a firmly organized govern ment where property was island i would support in comfort a population of 20000000 souls Oue cau form no idea of j the wealth of the island without a visit there j Whole Forests of the CoflVe Itutili j There are tho coffee forests for instance The coffee bush is not cultivated at all but tho trees grow wild in such luxuriance that it is utterly impossible for a man tot pene trate them Paths are cut through them I from one village to another and that is all Wheu the coffee harvest comes around the people gather the berries from ths edges of the groves and tha rest goes to waste It is a very conservative estimate when I say that for every 1000 tons goXliered tons go to waste A Paradise for It is much the same with tto sugaacane The people do not cultivate tha angar cane It grows wild You can tell that by ilooking at it when it is brought to the It is crooked You could not for S3 get a straight piece two feet long Everything grows in such profusion that the people live in spite of revolutions In no other country could the drain of such C02istant warfare be sus iainel Mr Zohrab says the debt of the is land is over but could all be paid off CEREAL STATISTICS Figures for Men Who Deal in Breadstuffs AMOUNT IS THE GBOWEES HANDS Amending Windoms Silver in the Xationnl Important Decision for Jiontlj Claim IJIll Favorably I Ih proper government that tares are very high unt the officials knowing that they Lau never hold on very long steal all they MOVED THE WRONG CORPSE a Start KBffiOEH KODNEYuilTKAIX Strain UNDERTPERS 1B1 tfa Calls Promptly Attended Day or Night to FURNITURE HHiCES THR LOWEST 0 P DesigrfsareNew Neno mt the Beat Workmaaship Allowed to Leave eur Salesroom of AT 12thzStDrug Store TONY BUSH Has SomethingNew In the Backboard Line Made of HrstClass Material which he will seM at a banraiE Call and examine at shop corner orth and V fth streets For sale cheap a 8J ncn Ixllowti in S mm also anrtl lien no man is responsible for what Uo docs ivoul1 give tile giaUr part of my natural fe had this never happened But now it has it will bo my part to boar tha disgrace that ivill always follow Iviiloil a ProniisiM Career Jlr Hess has prmivi himself i ready de bater and was always faithful to tho inter ests of his constituents He is probably the most popular politician in Moody county At Flandreuu his home he has a beautiful and charming young wifi and three small children and a gool business His escapade has disgusted the state officials and legisla tors who can see no excuse for his disgrace ful infatuation Politically he is dead Ha has heretofore affiliated with the faction in fob county dominated by Senator Pettigrew with whom he had considerable prestige Therraort where disgrace and death almost came upon him bos filched from many a Jlt4boric purse and blasted the lives of many dec en me ti CITY ELECTIONS IN MAINE A Dnuideillr Lively Timo at ISUlilcforrl with Jinny Arrests BruMEronD 3fe March munici pal chclioii yesterday caused great excite ment Onehundred special police and twentylive deputy sheriffs were on duty Challenges of men givaa naturalization pa pers by the municipal court in alleged viola tion of the law provoked numerous conflicts resulting in tho arrests of deputy sheriffs Tfrkio were hurried to the police station fol lenred by a tnob A general riot was feared foot this was averted Will Result iu Many law Suits Deputy Sheriff Small was arrested during the alternoou Tho four deputies arrested Ju theiraioruing were in the police station Deputy Parker is subject to hem orrhage and claims that he was injured in ternally by the lough handling to which he was subjected by the special officers who arrested him Two prominent citizens were arrested for rescuing prisoners from the sheriff but were released on account of de lective warrants Numerous law suits will out of the proceedings The sheriffs un dermrest all say they will sue for false imjTismmeat The result of the election will be contested Democrat was elected ruavor by little less than 400 majority The Demo crats c iirriod everv ward AUGISTA lUe March Samuel W Lai was reelected yesterday aud the city government is ward BAXGOR Me March A Dutiful Wisconsin Son Makes ling Mistake MILWAUKEE Wis March little town of Clintouville this is excited over tho strange mistake made by a citizen of that place says a special to The Evening Wisconsin Ward Russells father Lee Russell died and was buried in the new cemetery in Clin tonville Upon his death bed ho exacted a promise from his relatives that they would eventually lay bis remains iu a little cemetery at Spring Water Waushora by tho side of his good wife who had gone before him Like a du tiful son Ward laid plans to move his father last week and did so as he supposed taking up the remains without informing the sex ton Will Huve to Do It Over Acaiu The trip was made to Spring Water in sleighs and before the coffin was closed in moihcr earth the many residents of hat lo cality gathered at the little church out of re sooev to their old friend Alter interring tile body Mr Russell returned home and not till then discovered that it WBS extreme ly probable that he had moved ho wi ousf corps Tbo sexton lind discovarad dopraua tions at tho cemetery aud when Mr Russell returned showed to him that he had ex humtd tho remains of B Buird an old gen tleman who died last summer Sunday Mr Russell brougVit back the corpse of Mr feaird aad deposited it in the Clintcnville ceme tery AMOTHER HORROR IN WALES An Kiplosloii Destroys tUe lives of 1GO Coal Miners LONDON Marcu terrific eqplosiou otjeurrvd yesterday in tiie Morsa colliery in Grl amorganshire TValeE Upwards of 300 m ners were imprisoiliXi in tlia colliery About 2UO havo tesu rescued C rom the workings near est the main shaft MosAof tuena were un injorsfl but several were fatally hunt Ow ing to later heavy falls of dtbris the explorers are prevented from peuetra ttog the works nI lie n are pervaded by choke damp Now acxi again a body is being brouvit to the sur face but the work of recoverin c the is slow A further tall of dsbris has com blocked the pit and renderea all at ternjpts to rescue the imprisoned munivrs fu tile until the mass can be cleared aray The lates t estimate places tho number ol at Eight bodies norribly mangled have been taken out of the Morsa shaft It is rumored that tl Acted People Looking 1 for White ycak in tlie Senate Xot Found WASHINGTON CITT March statis tical report of the department of agriculture for ilarch relates to the distribution and consumption of corn and wheat It makes the proportion of the corn crop iu the hauds of growers 450 per cent or 00000000 bush els and of tli3 wheat crop 319 per cent or 1T6 000i00 bushels Tha stock of corn on hand is the largest ever reported in March of the largest crop after tho mildest winter The average of eight annual returns is 577 000000 bushels that of last year TSr000000 bushels Other Facts About Corn The estimated consumption to Ilarch 1 is 1143000000 bushels a figure excjadod only last year and in 1SS6 The proportion merchantable corn of the crop of 1889 is 337 per cent exceeded iu recent year only bv those of 1SS4 and ISSti The average value of all corn on Dec 1 was 23 A cents per bushel The average on March 1 was SI79 cents for merchantable and 192 for un merchantable making an aggregateof value 35000000 les than tin Desjmber estimate Some Figures on Wlieat Tho wheat crop of was exceeded by the crops of ISSfl 1SS2 and 18S4 The aver age remainder in the hands of growers on tho 1st of March for ten years past has been 130000000 bushels The average crop dur ing this pariod was 4510 bushels The present returns are very full and satisfac tory the state agents estimates agreeing with those of the department consoli dation The result may bo accepted with absolute confidence as an approximation as close ns can be mads made by local esti mates Most of the wheat iu farmers hands is in states which have no surplus over con sumption or in thosa in whLh much much tho larger portion is consumed at hoine Small Supply for Export It is seen therefore that tho available supply for exportation and for home dis tribution to July is small The depleted farm reserves have been measurably filled except in a f3W states but it will require tho pressure at high prices to squeeze any considerable proportion of tacti into com mercial distribution ized a favorable report on the bill introduced in the house by Maish to authorize the pav meat of damages sustained by citizens of the state of Pennsylvania from Union and Con federate troops during the late war The bill appropriates aud there will probably be a minority report Whats the Matter with Dinah WASHINGTON City March llThe board it immigration of Florida ham taken in land tho difficult prohlrai of supplying do mestic servants to householders in that state They have agreed to supply 1000 servant girls with places in that state at wazes ranging from i to 10 per month These girls are to from Norway and lie rescuars have heard bnl to proven peals Vor help coming from the entombed Ceases between the states was passed A CONGRESSIONAL RECORD Tho Wid ows Knsiness WASHIVOTOKCJTTT JIarcL rulei committeeof the senate yesterday reported an order directing the striking our of the words Call hud put in The Record but which he did not usa in his speech rogard n Cbamllerandaisoaruie deflning to what extent senators shall bo at liberty to revise heir speeches for publication Vcorhces in troduced a bill providing that widows and dependent mothers or sisters of soldiers shall entitled to pension up to elate of remar riage or marriage regardless of time of filing clainiaudthatin cass o a widowhood or divorce the pension shall recommence unless the woman is incriminated in the di vorce proceedings The bill providing for inspection of meat for exportation andpro libiting food adulteration was debated with ut action Tho educational bill was then taken up Higgiiis advocated it and Jones of Arkansas opposed it A short executive session closed the dnys business Bills were introduced in the house pro viding for duty on coffee from countries which levy an export duty to tstaplish tele graphic communication between Alpena Mich and the Middle and Thunder Bay isl and lifesaving stations the bill relative to soldiers widows etc pensions introduced by Voorliees in the senate appropriating 5100000 for a public building at Alpena Mich to establish a uniform system of bankruptcy A bill was reported favorably for a public building at Logansport Ind reducing the appropriation to The t the spread of contagious Mr Taulbee Very Low WASHINGTON CITY March mid night last night exCongressman Taulbee was very low and his physicians thought it doubtful that he would live nil morning For iSotiffholdera to Fonder WASHIXGTOX Cm March su preme court yesterday rendered a decisioa Affirming the judgment of the supreme court of Pennsylvania in tha of the Bella1 Gap Railroad company agniuat the state of Penn sylvania The railroad in this case under u state law was tuxed on the face and not on the market value of its bonds The supremo court holds that tho presumption is that cor porate securities are worth their face value DEWENTER The HATTER I M K Grand Army Men Gather at In dianapolis GEff AEGEE GIVEN A BEOEPTION The Womans Belief Corps State Service Pension Marlon Makes a Disastrous Cos Strike Old Mans Pipe Plays other Denial of That Alleged Gas Mono Water Works To Be Sold INDIANAPOLIS March hun KALAMAZOO COLLEGE TROUBLE The Students with the Exception of Eigut Orguuize a Strike KAIAMAZOO Micu March week ago last night the facultv of Knlainazoo col lege began its investigLjii into the kidnap ping of Professors Kerry ami Trowbridge by the students and today the chaotic con dition of affairs at the institution is evidence enough that the learned pedagogues have been enduring a week of anxiety The re sult has been that the college is practically closed After the punishment for the twen tyono youths engaged in the hazing had been aunounced the body of students re dred Grand Army men and nearly as many maining petitioned tha faculty for a he ring ladies members of ths Womans Relief their suspended frieuds and j corps of the state have reached the city to attend the annual mesting of the two organ izations Ocsn Alger arrived in his private car at noon and was met by the committee of reception at the Uuion station and escort ed to tho Denison where later he was dined by the department commander and other officers Owing to Algers promineu cemore than ordinary interest centered in his com ing here and during tho afternoon he was visited by hundreds of his old comrades in arms He was tendered a reception at the state house at night and though a heavy rain was falling hundreds of men and women atteudeu All passed by tho platform ou was a latmr ins Daov rom a sec ondfloor lisvosiiiu into the hands of a fire man below who caught it flying Tories Rave 71 Majority LOXDOS March vote has bean token on Gladstones amendment to the gor ernmcut motion disposing of tha commission report ijlmlstouas motion cen sured The in sovorcsl manner It wns to JliRlU Be Wll to Ulta HAMILTON O March jury in the case or Eivr Sharkey the boy mitri rosurn vrrrt of mur in th d men but the rescuers are untile to push their search because of the gas and flame which confronts them SPIKED JUDGE LYMPHS CUN A South Carolina Whose Will Do to Follow COLUMBIA S C March 11A Loiob o several hundred men procured a sum J can nou and rode into the town of Spartansbuiy yesterday for the avowed purpose of ing the jail and lynching George Turner who shot and killed his broth rinlaw El ward Finger on Friday When themob reached the public square Mayor Henneniau at the head of the police force and with pistol in hand repulsed them and spikid the cannon and locked it up After makin further hostile demonstrations and threats of returning for Turner later on the would be lynchers finally dispersed SharifE Nichols with a strong posse is guarding ths jail and is detESmmed to protect the prisoner at all hazards Republican from every Republic ans yesterday elected their mayor and have majority in lxth branches of the city gov Vat Crowe Arraigned arch Crowe the tough who did so much vicious shooting in this city last Friday was arraigned yesterday and boundcivtriR the tota1 sum of on Quite m Muscnlar Christian JACKSOXVTIXE 111 March 11Quitea row occurrad in the Brooklyn Kethodist Episcopal church in this city Sunday night It grew out of a conflict the elderly members and those younger and moie pro gressive As the youngsters have the bulge the elders told the sexton not to oboy the pastors orders the pastor is a The sexton tried it and got the bounce and a new sexton took charge To this new man Sunday night went J W Melton one of the trustees and demanded the keys and was told thoy would be delivered as soon as the sexton was paid whereupon Melton jumped him and throwing ilin doirn pounded him unmercifully The matter will be set tled in court Two Trainmen KUlciS Neb March men were killed and eighteen cars wrecked by a Jailend collision of freights on the Burling ton raibray two miles east of this place flve charges of shooting and robbervA 2 yesterday morning The engine case of murder could not be made out be S heBd broke down and the con canse the wounded men ara all apparently luctor neglected to send back a flagman to recovering Crowo made the plea outlined iTarn the train in these dispatches that he did not know what he was doing etc Ha could not give baSl atd was locked up Fight Between Turks and Brigands CONSlANTiNOPLx March terrific encounter between Turkish troops and a fband ot brigands has taken place at Elas na The Turks succeeded m dispersing the but lost twenty killed whila brizantls lost six Donit Bay Their from Armour KALAMAIOO Mich March Luce has investigated the charges made I rtely to ths effect that the management of the insiane asylum was discriminating igainst farmers in contracting tot beef for the institution with Armour Co and says there is me truth in zbe charge following Grant Norton conductor and Canada Killer brakemanl who were in the caboose asleep were in stantly killed bridge was authorized over Trail creek at Miciiigan City Ind A resolution for a om to go to Arkansas and investigate the ClaytonBreckiuridge contest was agreed to The Oklahoma bill occupied the remainder of the day but little progress was made WINDOWS SILVER MEASURE Couple of Amendments Informally Afjrecrl Ulon STVMarch house committee c0 coiliage weights and measures yesterday tlle remaining sections of the bill by Secretary Windom authorizing the ot treasury notes on deposits of silver Two amendments vrere adopted one to sec flve Providing for free coinage whenever e market filial reach SI for and one to section eleven jvovidmg that nothing in this bill shall bo c to change tile legal tender of tne siandard silver doilar Several the committee were absent the action taken by the committee in formal A Notable Audience at a Theatre WASHINGTONCITY March Jack was playtdhere yesterday afternoon by a Now York company which came over on a special tray i and got back to Gotham 111 ime to play at night in that city Among those occupying boxes were the president and Mrs Harriso n Miss Wanamaker Secre ary Halford S tr and Mrs Roswell P Plower Miss W indom Lndy Pauncefote ad iliss Panacefi ite The performance was or the benefit of the actors fund and the receipts were 0 The Senate Leakage Inquiry HISOTON March senate committe D ppointed to mTestigate senate execuivi t seision leakage continued he eiaminatio m of witnessei yesterday Several of the jtecative clerks were called and a number twnators took the oath but whether any of tLXfim incriminated them is not known behalf of when that hearing was granted thoy asked that the punishment be made lighter It was given out that the students would not remain in the institution if the matter was not reconsidered and while thoy made no threat they let their position be plainlv known Decision inil Its Effect Ou Saturday evening the faculty met to decido whether it should reconsider the pun ishment inflicted At that meeting the fac ulty canio to he conclusion that it could not recede from its position with any degree of S2lfresprct The decision was made known to thostudeits yestarlay and they at once Ueld a meeting and resolved to carry out their expressed determination to leave the college Accordingly all but eight four la dias and four gentlemen among th latter being the sons of President VTillcox signed an agreement not to go back until the punish ments of their fellowstulents were modified The consequence was that grave professors looked at empty benches in the classrooms yesterday afternoon The students sosm to be determined and some bavo already packed their effects to leave Trustees Bucking the Faculty The affair is creating great interest through out the state as the whole Baptist denomina tion has looked with pride on Kalamazoo col lege The students have their friends who insist that the punishmsii was too sjvore and the faculty is sustained in its effort to quell once for all the practice of basing boys are acting moderately and unless some other steps are taken wil all have departed for home in a day or two The faculty will keep the doors of the college open and hear recitations if any students present them selves The trustees of the college are back ing the faculty and two of them came from Detroit last night to consult on the situation Must Have Proper Respect The management asserts that the students who were not in the trouble have not shown a proper degree of respect for the faculty in investigating their action in suspending the baaing students This is the general opin ioE ami while the supended students have numerous sympathizers on account of the se verity of the punishment the others have none A committee was appointed to state the facts in the case in printed form and dis tribute the same throughout the state A committee was also appointed to draw up a petition to the board of trustees asking ac tion in the matter Brutal Hazing at Euu Claire EAU CLAIRE Wis Blarch Dud ley a popular young man of IS son of Rev D J Dudley pastor of the First Congre gational church was most outrageously hazed by ten young men yesterday afternoon at the Washington high school on ths west side Dudley it appears had been tardy on Friday afternoon and consequently his class was deprived of a half holiday Yesterday afternoon after school Joe Alexan der aged 19 son of a member of the board of education George McGregor aged 18 son ot tne principal of the high school and eight others fell upon Dudley dngged him down stairs bumped his head against the walls cuffed and punched him tore bis trousers and woun up by cutting off close to the head a large patch of his ponT padour hair with a pair of horse clippers The hazers are to be arrested The west side authorities have long tolerated haz ing as a regular practice The best people are now determined to break it up Princi pal McGregor himself may have to go as a result of the trouble which he stood and shook bauds with him Keceptlon to Mrs Wittcriueyor Mrs Aniin Wittermeyer president of the National Womans Relief Corps also ar rived and was tendered n reception at the Denison Geu Alger taking part his re ception at the capital There is already a lively contest for the cfticj of president of the Womans Relief Corps and ictive candidates aro in the field Indorsing Pension Bills The fifth annual meeting of the State Serv ice Pensiou association has here In his annual address President Storuiont of Princeton said the association had grown in numbers until it now included nearly every exsoldier in the state Resolutions indors ing the Ingalls bill in the senate and the Cheadle bill in the houso were adopted ABBREVIATED TELEGRAMS Base ball at St Augustine Fla Chicago 10 Philadelphia 5 Railways in tha out wast a re again blocked by snow Sir Peter Coates of the famous British thread firm of J P Coats is load The National of Kansas City Mo eapitii 1ms Nvn nuthorizod to begin business The heirs of tho KiUsii ostato which foots up liavappiod to tho courts tor a divide Stern Mayor Co clothiers Cincin nati O WIMM hurnoit out Monday night Loss about Messrs Brown dealers in bullion Lojidon have fnio 1 The liabili ties are plaivdat John T thp Chicago broker isverv 111 at his homo in that city H fourcd hp cannot live many days longer J J Tliurman iato postmaster of Genoa la wlio is short in his accounts hai raptured at Denver Colo Twentytwo horses were to death in a fin which destroyed Ward Thorntons Governor Hoveys efforts in behalf olservic pensions wcro also indorsed A Lightning Run on the Rail PHILADELPHU March remarkable run was made on the New York division of OLD MAN JACKSONS PIPE It Raises Cain at a Gus Well at Marian Fluid Aflame MARION Ind March fire and water carnival is now in progress ou the hill just west of this city At a depth of 250 feet drillers struck an immense vein of water which was cased off After digging a considerable uistajitv further a tremend ous flow of gas was developed the pressure of which lilted the casing and lat in the water above producing a veritable goyser The Weil had been nearly controlled when old man named Jackson cnme into the several stable at Ucbb City Mo Sunday Firo in the warehouse of the B C Clark Crockery company at Kansas City oarly Monday morning u loss of SlOiOO i Dry i nni K H rraves living near Montholio Ills have received news that they nre part heirs to c Gerraon forliin Moit of tinwire nail mills at Kinliny O have shut down in with meut of the wire nail mill owiurs through out the country The leveo six miles above Arkansas City on the MissiVvippI rivor has broken mid the flood is pouring through Efforts nre mak ing to stop tha pip C V Houkel Cashier for the Globe Light linl Heat company of Chicago is missing aud is suid to bo a defaulter but to what amount is not now definitely known The Northern Pacific railway has been granted permission by Secretary to transport poods iu sealed cars from Cana dian ports through the United Klaies or VKO versa Several industrial syndicates are formed in Paris in connection with the Worlds fair at t hi ago to carry out certain derrick and struck a match to light his pipe scllenies tnat proved succsssCulat the Paris Instantly there was an explosiou exhibition Hud a Narrow Escape Mrand MrJesse W Tnrnorof Kalama The workmen were blown through the der Mich golden wad rick and Jackson narrowly escaped being din Monday at which guests were roasted alive The derrick was burned and trom surrounding cities Mr Turner is over all efforts to restrain the well or even put years old and his wife Si out the flre havo since proved futile The Three distributors employed in the Chl strange spectacle of a resistless volume of cago postolEce died Monday afternoon from fire and water issuing from tho sam pipe is la grippe contracted while sorting mail now presented The column is shot to a matter from Russia Their names are Mc hight of 100 feet and escapes wita a roar Davitt Weidman and Nelson that is appalling The contractors are con Two hundred switchmen employed by janng their brains to devise means be which Chicago and Northwestern railway in Chl to control the monster while thousands of cago went on strike Monday anob people ore comin ness the spectacleT for miles around to wit Its a Periodical Fake INDIANAPOLIS March 11The report that the Standard Oil company is leasing the Indiana territority or the purpose of con trollingthe gas fields of this state is sprung periodically A gentleman authorized to speak sets at rest much of this talk Ail such reports are canards he says for the scheme is not practicable The ei pense of controlling a territory ssventyflve miles wide by fifty miles long would more than eat up the income and besides there are obstacles in the way that would prevent noxious foreman The man was transferred to other duties and the switchman went back to work The foreman was too much girM to unmitigated AngloSaion Got Than Hit NOEHISTOWS Pa March Etn son a young German who last week tally outraged a 7 year old girl yester day sentenced to eight years Imprisonment Weather We Slay Expect WASOCQTOS CrnrMarch The follovlDK are the weather indications for thirtysix hoore from p m yesterday For Indiana Sain southerly winds warmer weather colder br the securing of tho entire legal ob Wednesday night For Illinois and stacles mostly Rain colder weather Tuesday night westerly winds For Michigan and Wicaoa mostly Must Sell the Witter Works ISWAXAPOLIS March A final decre from Judge Gresham in the suit of the American Loan and Trust company against sinRain easterly winds warmer treatber colder Wednesday night tttt the Reading railroad yesterday At the Crawfordsville Water Works company oclock yesterday morning a member of the hsLS een ia the United States court It firm of Levy Lewis called at the Reading directs Master Fishback to sell the property offices to arrange for a special train to carry lne benefit of creditors unless men arailabb tm thfl Unlted States several hundred shares of stock to New York Within fifteen minutes from time of the call Assistant General Superintendent Bon zano had everything ready for the start owed tho complainants is paid within ten days Got a Wire Nail in Its Throat which was made to Jersey City90 miles in S5 mimitas A MURDERED WOMANS BODY NEW YORK employed on the building of Temple The Central tlliat ail architects Agreed on a BUI SHrsGiCNCTTT March a con ference between the w orlds fair committee and the Chicago raen yt the bill was ago completed substantially in these dispatches yesterday tfac iH Found in the Cellar of a Sew York HOUM Dead Janitor Suspected Nsw YORK March partly de composed body of a welldreseed woman about 25 years old was found yesterday in the cellar af 3 Eldridge street The aead was cut and bruised and tied up in a cloth A pair of gold rings was in eon murder was probably committed tame The body has been prevented from decay by The whole body wai tori provision was in ribly bruised as if by lacks The nose and tfle JcatClUay ALA aluij HO u HJ AUC ALUaV n n serted requiririg Chicago tosnow no jaw ore broken and the rfrall fractured aiarca 300 work uoB to start with andher abilitv to supply Shreds of human skin clinging to thefinW on the bmldmir D naiis indicate that the woman fonght hard i for her life The beginning of a let ter was found in the iro mans pocket It con non that only union meribe on strike euforcs ftls men has asked tlliat ail architects j A to Hops TO iwliuu ilran a WASHINGTON Cirrr March tainsd the words Feb 16 1SW my dear rm Tninn i oa tion of New York itate hop g rowers consist Fred This was written in Hebrew The went ing of H J Coggeshall Ja F Clarke remainder of the letter had been torn oS and E E Hoskeli appeared in ore the ways The upper part of tho honsa was some time and means committee yesterdi f afternoon ago occupied by a Hebrew school The and argued in favor of an inc raase of the janiltor was Isaac Jacobs the man who on duty on hops Bntterworth o Ohio and Feb 16 Shetland killed Hermann Rogozinski Mjr Fox a New York importx f of hQjps tadly wounded Mrs Eogozinski shot at aigned against any increase in th son and finally committed snicjoa Jacobs had a very bad reputation in the the for War t and was said to have bad Base Balllst oa Trial ller Niw YOBS March trial of n yesterday Several wit wtt Slocnin had threatened to kill his wife Counsel for Slocnm said that no ease had bmo would offer no tettunony for the liilefence lioggage wagon driver strangled to deach by getting a wire nail in its throat The parents did not know the cause of the childs strangling until a physician who arrived after the childs death took the nail from it throat A 815000 Dollar Conflagration FRAXKTOBT Ind March feed aod hominy mills and two other frame build ings have been destroyed by fire Ijjss 815 000 partially insured It is thought to have been the work of an incendiary Shirt Makers on Strike NEW YORK March About shirt makers are on strike They met 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