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   Logansport Pharos (Newspaper) - March 12, 1890, Logansport, Indiana                                LOGANSPORT DAILY PHAROS 15TH YEAE WEDNESDAY EVENING MAUGH 12 1890 NO 271 JOHN QKAYS Gomei SALE OF Mm Muslin Wsrrar Commenced Tuesday March llth 5889 All Indiua our line of IDUS lin underwear last yeur will bear us nut in Sfiyiiir that tliiy wen tlie best gar ments i3 to sewing material aud price ever sold in Ibis market Our present stock from the same manufacturers Sale will be conducted no stairs in our naw departments OTHMFIOT flKH illOlli IOft It UX ulHUA MANAOKIt D Wednesday March J2th A Urcut Cruz Tin lsiuiihin1 A Whirlwind OC Fun 1 The ol all Muskii Comedies Written by U CJ Morris of the New Vork Heriild md prescnttfl by HOWELL BEBERTS Original mid Only Kindartfiiniun Company Eu inxlacing K U King as tho Professor Lutle Miller UH Ivy Miss lilnnclio Character Duucer EiUlio tho Famous Warbler and a company of f2 Comedians Vociiliatsj Dancers ami Musteianaund mruwn irund Orchestra Prof Ed Holdings KintergaivUm Band will particle tit llltUa m Concert in tho evening before tho performance Prices t3 C0 nnd 7o cotits DO LANS OPEKA ViOLriK r WM Friday March 14th The Favorite ot Uogansport Ainirions Uppreseiiliitiio itomoiitic Frank In his Heuutifnl Play D O R D G K A Love Story of IlusstftPohxml The Greatest fmuMy in Tw enty York Timtd PrJCes usual Jo 50 and 7j oeuts Uusorvcd seats can be soeund at Keosllnys tbrec duys iuiulvauce FURNITURE RICES THE LOWEST Our NEW 8ENATE DECOBUM The ChandlerCall Episode De bated at Length A LESSON FEOM SENAT02 EDMUNDS Xout hut the Bet Allowed to Loavr our Snlesrnom J Henderson SODS 12thSt Drug Store Report in the House ou tKs ileanepia Canal Mullet Kills KxKcprMntatlvo Mc JCeo CullH Out the Fire Scheme for u Huais of fiank Circu lation Saluriig for United States Notes WASHINGTONCITY March reso lution of tfc0 privilege and elections com mittee ordering the striking out from Tho Record of words interpolated by Call but not spoken in his debate with Chandler some time ago brought on a long in tin senate yesterday George and Daniels bearing tliu burden of defense of Call and arguing tuat there was nothing in The Record report that had not been said on the Boor except that different language hod been substituted Both gentlemen however disavowed indorsement of Calls language TJicy Dont Fight Now George said there had been a time when personalities in tho senate had led to per sonal conflict But now there was no safer pinna iu Gods creation for a man who de sired to insult another with impunity It ivis no evidence of vvxat of courage that a senator about whom las lilting language had Ijion used on the did not call the speaker to a persouiu account Hov then was tUu senator from Xew Hampshira in jured Why iu tho fact that he had not the fisheryOmans opportunity to blackguard bat It EUuiumls 111 u j brutes the Point Euatis Hil that there wsis not a in what Call inserted in The Record as tu tho accusation though the languiiKo was a ittle more flowery Ed mumls saiit ziigiii say on the floor of tun senate that 1 believed that thfi senator Eustis mLsroprewiiited tho stato ol Louis iana and that if there had been au honest vote tiiid an honest contra in that stato the aonalt vvould not have the pleasure of the senators presence Here Eustis interrupt ed to inquire 1Bnt do you make that state Puts In tUB Flowery Portion make it bwcause I believe it not because it is true because it is truo as I bs lieve Now if I make tiiat statement in tho senate and if tomcrrow there appears in Thu Record an additional statsment that this was iijcomplithed iu some way by the senator himself aud that with bloody hands and wicked intensions he had managed by fraud acid violence to coastructn legisla ture of tluit 1 suppose my friend from Louisiana rvoulri my that all that had beon said yesterday and tliat it was very proper for rue lohind his back to have it in serted in Taii Rucoril Danicils Gets Sort ol jlixecl Edmunds was continuingwhen he vras stopped by a point of order from Daniels who uskod thiu Edmunds words bs taken down Daniels said he undereUiod tho sena tor Irom Vermont to impute distinctly to tito from Louisiana the defence of murdor attl it was to that langnago that he tool excupt ion on ground tbnt no sena tor had a rijtht to impute wrong to another A SHitonco written out by theofficial re porter having boon road Daniels stud that those not lh words to whJVih ho took exception Later on Dnuiols said thai as it wus liflioatr ti llnd tha objoctiouabte sen tence bo wculii tier irus the mutter Ed mnins coiiiulo I liy saying that Call had in n u uncut nC beat transgressed the right of iorrection and even that of em broidery and should stand up like a man and take his punishment An Imputation nil tho Chuirmuu Daniels declared tliat it ought to be im possible for a senator of tha United States to be insulted in the senate The committee should go to tho tvot of the matter It was the duty of tho presiding officer as soon as ho noticed tho drill into personalities to call the offending senator to order It ought novel to bo safe for any senator to say any thing that would break with insulting im port on tho ears of another Tho Democratic members of Khe commit tee all indorsed the report without however implying censure on Call and after thu lat ter had said u few words in his own behalf the debute closed THE SENATE AND HOUSE A Report on the Cost of the Heuneptn Canal Sent to the House WASHINGTON CiTT March The cre dentials of Allison as senator from Iowa worci Fded iu tha senate yesterday A bill was introduced providing a scheme to base tho circulation of national bank noUis on silver bullion Spo oner reported favorably a bill giving tha benefit oE three months pay provided in tho army appropriation of I860 to ail officers who ware in the service March 3 li05 as noncommissioned officers or pri vates but later promoted and mustered out or honorably discharged The remainder of the session was devoted to debate of the res olution requiring tho elimination from The Record of words interpolated by Call but not spoken in the debate with Chandler A vote was reached but uo quorum voting the icuate adjourned In tho house the speaker presented a letter from the secretary of war with a report on tho Heuuepin canal scheme The cost via tho Chicago route for a fourteenfoot ehan ul is put at 548282703 aud via the Sag or Calutnet rivers S4U004213 For an eight fooj scheme the cost would Ve respectively SiS5S5400 Bills were passed for public buildings at Cedar Rapids la and Lafayette Ind Knloe moved a resolu tion discharging the pensions committee further consideration of a resolution calling for an inijuiry into Tanners admin istration of the pjusion office because the commUte had done nothing llorrill Kansas chairman of the committee said he had never heard of the resolution upon Eriloe withdrew his motion The bill for the admission of Wyoming as a state was considered in committee of the whole without action aud Che house adjourned KINCAIDS BULLET WAS DEADLY EiRepresentative Taulbee Hies from tho Effect of tho Shooting WASHINOTOX CITT March bullet which correspondent Kincaid fired into the head of exRepreseutatirs Taulbee Feb 3S j completed its work rssterday morning at 5 i oclock and Taulbee passed to tha other shore afUr having been unconscious for many hours The fear that the exertion would be dangerous moved the physicians to refuse all along to permit Taulbee to make a state ment aud ho died without a word as to his relations with Kincaid or the cause of the fatal shot The Dead Mand Caireor William Preston Taulbee was born in Morgan county Kentucky Oct 22 1S61 His youth was spent upon his fathers farm lit 1S71 he was married to Hiss Lou Only For seven years he taught school and then entered the Methodist ministry Subse quently he entered the legal profession and served two terms as clerk of the county court In 1SS4 he was nominated for con gress by the Democrats and elected over John D White Republican who had tit district in the Fortrttrentli wad rortyeighth congresses Hedid not makea n A A 1lV econd race because of the scandal published Oils JJ J by Kincaid and which led to the tragedy KlncalU Arrested in Bed As soon as the death of Taulbee was anj ounced poice officers went to Kincaids ings where they found him asleep He was wakened and although he asked permission Tory Lance on Pamell I to sleep an hour longer this was not permitted and he was hurried to jail He has been un der police surveillance since bom admitted to bail but never had any intention of avoid ing a trial SILVER BULLION FOR BANKS A Kill Introduced iu the Senate to Secure Circuirttitm ivitu Silver WASFUXCTON CITY March 1 Daniels in troduced in tho senate yesterday a bill to provide a basis for the circulation of the na tional banks The bill provides that nationj al banks may secure their circulation by tho deposit with the treasurer o the United States or any assistant treasurer of silver bullion iu sums not less than SiQfttW at its when coined into dollars less the esti mated cost of coinage A bank may make these desposits to the par value of its stock paid up and its surplus undivided earnings of one years standing provided they do not exceed 25 per cent of the capital stock Other Provisions of the BUI On the deposit of the same amount of gold coin or United States notes it shall be re lieved from liability for its circulating notes and it may withdraw from the treasury a corresponding pro rata amount of tho silver bullion deposited If a bank goes into the hands of a receiver his first duty shall be to deposit gold or notes in sums not less than 810000 and tho treasurer shall then cause the silver bullion deposited by that bank to bo coined into dollars which shall be held subject to the order of the receiver To the extent of tho silver bullion deposited with him the secretary of the treasury shall be relieved of tha necessity of purchasing silver bullion for coiuage BABY MKEE SET THINGS GOING A Test of the New Fire Alarm lit the Ex ecutive Mansion WASHINGTON CITT March 12 Baby Mo Kee set Washington City iu wild commo tion yesterday morning There was hur rying policemen the frantic run of flra engines and a rush of people to the White House In a few minutes great streams of water wcro reaching high into tho air huge volumes of smoke were ascending to thu hcaveus from tho White House grounds a bright red ladder was thrown to the top of the executive mansion a great throng of people crowded around tho iron fenos of oC the White House grounds TJie Firolartilies Got Tliora The innocent cause of all this commotion looked down from his mothers arms iipon the busy firemen iu strange bewilder ment Baby McKco hnd touched one of the auxiliary coanoc ions of fire alarm box No 157 It was a m whon tho president held his grandchild iu front of tho auxiliary alarm box and told him to touch the button nnd in 2 minutes rud 10 seconds one engine was ou hand and ready to throw water In lss then 7 minutes four streams of water wero going and an extension ladder was resting against the top of the building The occasion was a test of the new fire alarm put iu lost week and was a success States Judges Salaries WASHIVGTOS CITY March 12 Tho senate bill increasing salaries of United States dis trict judges to per year was consid ered by the judiciary committee of the house yesterday aud after somo discussion Stew art of Vermont was directed to prepared a substitute bid fixing the annual salaries of United States district judges for the south ern district of New York and tho Chicago district at SfiODO for the districts of Phila delphia San Francisuo St Louis New Jer sey Massachusetts and the northern and eastern districts of New York at i5000 and for the other districts with one exception at S4000 The exception is a judge in Louis iana who receives a salary of 84500 under the old French code AN ATTACK ON THE DEAD PIGOTT Favora a Postal Telegraph WASHINGTON CITY Blarch O Hnbbard of this city argued yesterday before the house postomce couunittej in fa vor of postal telegraphy He if the service were cheaper the business would greatly increase and therefore pay The Wanamaker bill though generally good fixed prices too low He thought the day rate should be 15 23 and 50 cents A New Army Paymaster General WASIUXGTOM CITY March Col William Smith was yesterday nomi nated by the president to be pa3rmaster gen eral of the army Ho is a native of Ver mont Secretary Proctors state where he was born in 1831 He entered the volunteer service iu ISbl and received his appoint ment as a paymaster in the regular army in January 1367 Banks Authorized WASHINGTON CITY March The fol lowing uamed national banks were yester day authorized to commeuca business First National Bank of Navasota at Navasota Tex capital SMOOO and Farmers National Bank of Houlton at Houltoa ITo capital S50000 Bouuil To Whom It May Coucsrn BOSTON March train whici left the Grand Central station tit U oclock Sun day night brought to Boston James S Mc Grtgor S jears old Ho is a smartlooking little fellow aud pinned to tha outside of his overcoat was a letter addressed To whom it may concern and he told the policeman in the station that he started from Galloupe N M Tuesday morning March 4 and was bound for Nashua N H where he was to enter the household of his uncle nnd attend the public schools there a Methodist Bishop CHICAGO March Bishop Bow man who was the subject of the verdict of a conference in this city last week which de posed him until the meeting of the general conference vras not Bishop Bowman of the Methodist Episcopal church but he of the Evangelical church He declares the chargs unfounded and did not pay any at tention to tha trial being absent in the east while it was going on JTirijd from the Southern Club Nsw ToaK March 12 Maj Hancock Clark who shot Milton Randolph as the re sult of a quarrel at the Southern society a short time ago was Monday night eipelled from the society after an investigation of the charges against him Randolph cm the other hand was exonerated VTiiich Parnellites Chtor Jitli Great nail Ssxtun Get Into a liow and UanJy Opprobrious Destructive Dynnuiile Cuu 31 P and His Para Welsh Pit penn Miscellany LONDON March dbite iu the Ojmmons last night on Jennings motion to amend the government resolution as to tlie disposition of tho Parneli report by includ ing a censure of The Times was decidedly warm Lord Randolph Churchill who htid been expected to Uy tho Conservative track iid not disappoint expectations He said that from tha inception of the commission he had watched tho proceedings with fecil ngs of sorrow and apprehension which feelings hnd crrowu stronger within him as iho procetdijitjs developed The proceedings wore vitiated throughout by their unconsti tutional character He dwelt at length upon tha course of the government in setting aside the ordinary tribunals while holding that tticre was prima faciaevirleince against tbeacciiail members Thus insisting it was ihe duty of the government he contended to proceed against the accused members criminally Objection to the Commission He further argued against the special ac tion of the government in creating a com mission of three judges to fulfill the func tions of judge and jusy for the purpose of trjing men accused of criminal conspiracy The government had decided to place men who were their political opponants on trial on criminal charges without giving to thism the protection which a jury would give Parnall cheorj Continuing Lord Ran dolph said the government had selected the tribunal without giving tho accused even the privileges which belong to se lecting or challenging thoir jury Not within the century he said had any public mitn bien tested as Parneli had beon and he appealed to the house to reject such unique and unprecedented proceedings Also Denoujicaa Closure Tbe action ot the government in constitut ing the commission was adopts 1 under the closure method which though iu 18b2 the government had such procedure unconstitutional was used by the govern ment in 1S8S as a method of oppression for its opponents Nemesis he said had at tended the government in iti adoption of such ni3thods Savage Arraignment of What he asked ILhas been the result of this mountainous parturition A reptile monster Pigott FarnaUiti cheers What has been the result of aii tins skill and use of parliamentary instruments A ghastly bloody rotten Isglus Pigott Pigott Pigott Vociferous cheers from the Parnellites The government in appointing fho commis sion had violated thi constitution ft the government irsistod upon its motion he Churchill would insist upon his right to condemn not only tho Parnollitss but The Times which had beon found guilty of atiotfioiiH aud unexampled libel aud slander Ijy Chamberlain Chamberlain KijjJ fho Parneliites had in vited the inquiry allegations against the commission were baseless lio complimented tho commission upon its abil ity and impartiality Jennings withdrew his niKonclnjent and Cuiue Unionist imme diately moved 15 siniilar amendment con demning the course of Tbt which was rejected by a vota of Sl to 250 Gosbon said that LpGnron was employed in the secret service undiM a Liberal goveru nidnt Fovler who was at the time referred to political secretary of thu treasury angrily denied this Hi liord and manner created excitement An of linitltuls Gosehen continuing referred contemptu ously to Sextons references to the Salishury LsCarou letter Sexton sprang to his feet aud he and Goschsn after g aring at one another a few seconds bandied epithets of which the term coward was one of the mildest the uproar being increased by shouts of adjourn etc IVhen order had been somewhat restored Caine moved his amend ment Smith at onco demand the closure rule and a vote was taken on the amend ment The debate throughout was vary ex citing An admission by Chaplin that the Conservatives had never believed the letters genuine was greeted by cries of Oh and It TTas Case of Wife Murder YORK March body of the found in 3 Eldridge street Monday was yesterday identified as that of Sally Sreenburg agod 30 years the divorced wife of Isaac Jacobs the murderer She was his second wife aud lived an 118 Chambers street Some time ago she was about to return to live with Jacobs but the proposed agree ment was not carried out Went into arch to Die YORK March Howell Jones aged 25 took laudanum yesterday and went into a church on Fifth avenue to die The sexton discovered him and called a physician who took measures whilch re moved him from aranger he could not work and was tired of life dressed a letter to Iord Salisbury declaring his ability to crush tho Parnellites and ask ing that an opportunity be given to do so through the government Lord Salisbury refused to interfere in the matter and there was no further correspondence Bismarck Ticultts tbe Farmers BERLITC March Bismarck re plying to an address of the Peasants union promises to continue as fur his strength will permit to work in the of agri culture the funning industry by legislation as fa possible and relieving it from unequal luxation An Acehlont on the Grant Brlilse LONDON March accident happened on the great Cantilever bridge over the FirtU of Forth which might have proved disastrous had it happened tu a passenger In a high gala a bale of cotton was blswn from a goods train which was passing over the uridge It lodged on the track and threw several baggage wagons oft the track Much damage was done but nobody was hurt Traffic over the bridge was inter rupted for several hours Piirncll Wants Moiu Time LOVDOV iiarch OShea divorce case will probably not be tried until fall as further timu bos been asked by Paruell to secure evidence laughter RIVALRY IN BIG GUNS England Taking Great Interest in Dyna mite Xotea LONDON March rivalry betwson Lieut Zaliuski and Graydou tbe former of tho United States army nud the latter of the American navy in tlie manufacture of per fect dynamite guns is becoming exceedingly interesting to Englishmen as well as to the American residents iu England It nas re cently stated that the British government had purchased this gun invented by Zalinski and ordered the construction of fifty of them at Woolwich though the reporttailed to obtain official confirmation It isuow an nounced that the Graydon dynamite war material syndicate formed for the purpose of exploiting tbo Graydon dynamite gun aud torpedo thrower has pushed to the verge of completion at Birmingham a 15 inch caliber gun capable of throwing 600 pounds of dynamite a distance of three miles A Kicc aioDlber ot Parlijunent LONDON March 12 hearing in the case against Elizabeth Vincent charged with shooting Lewis Henry Isaacs member of parliament tor Newiugton Walworth and wounding him in the arm because as alleged ue refused to sign a number of checks for her was resumed yesterd y at Richmond Mr Isaacs took the stand and testified tha the woman Vincent after in veigling hitn into her bouse demanded that he sign a paper admitting that he had vio lently seduced iier This be refassd to do when she drew a revolver and shothim in the arm He asked the eeurt to be lenient with the prisoner declaring he ITBS exceed ingly fond of her and passionately loved her child The jury took Isaacs advice and ao quitted Miss Vincent The List of Dead Is One Hundred LODOK March fire which is raging ia the wrecked Morsa colliery is rap idly spreading to all parts of the mine and the recovery of tee bodies stiil entcmbed is regarded as hopeless The latest estimate of the number killed is 100 A Xote of tVarninE to Wllhelm BEBLJX March the losrer house of the Prussian diet yesterday Herr Szmula a Pole warned tho government against ill treating the Poles who he said would be wanted in the event of a war with Russia He declared that if the Poles were embittered against Germany the founding of a new kingdom of Poland would become possible even should Germany be victorious against her foes on her two fronts JLoril Salisbury and Piggott LOSDOS March is learned npon onguestionatle auitoritr that PjiooU ad WHO APPLIED THE AIR BRAKES SPRINT PRINT STYLES TYLBS SPBIXG PKlNt STYLUS T DEWENTER The HATTER THE GRAND ARMY A Mystery Connected with the Bay View Railway Horror BUFFALO X Y March inquest on tbesix passengers who lost tbir lives by the railway accident at Bay View begun yesterday Conductor Hi naling testified that he gave orders fortrain to proceed after tho first broke the making the air connection again believing as he said that there would be no danger He admitted that if hs had made a temporary connection the chances for safety would ha been largely increased He did not inform tho brakemori j Gen Aiger Comes Out Strong on Pensions tuat wouul Hour n cat corpse unless tlushti water a human of high GATHERING AT THE STATE CAPITAL Congress Hauled Over tho Ceals for De feating Pension of Indiana G A R for Womans Relief oi the Sclvico Ven siop Ball INDIANAPOLIS March state en how he was running If he had had a brake oampmont G A a convened with nearly man on each platform where the uncoupling took place tha accident might have been averted Houghtaliiigs testimous gener ally pointed to himself as responsible forthe disaster The Curious Fart of the Case Houghtaling positively denied that he pulled thd brsike cord instead of the bell cord when the second uncoupling took place Engineer Mooney who was on the engine of tho wrecked train said ha heard tha bell ring that ho did not applj the air brakes but that immediately after the boll rung tho brakes wore applied and the train came to a dead stop Not having been applied from the engino tho brake could not be re leased from thtre so that when he got word to go ahead he could not move the train al though hn put on a full head ot steam and tried Thquestion is who applied the brakes Bauy Stewarts Prospective Fortune ROCHESTER N Y March the terrible wreck near Buffalo last Thursday night deprived Baby Stewart the 15mouths old girl of father and mother and left her miraculously protected from harm between thoir corpses it thrust a perpleiing ques tion on tho community Baby Stewart is not a beggar as site will inherit SQOO life insurance and her claim against the Lake Saorc road for 55000 each for tho death of her parents is certainly good for more Her fathers business partner E T Simons will look alter her interests MISSOURI ANTITRUST LAW ifudgo Dillon Declares the Act Unconsti tutional ST Louis March Missouri anti trust law was declared unconstitutional by Judge Dillon of tho circuit court yester day It was in the case of the state against the Simmons Hardware company This is tho test case to be fougbt out in the courts to the end and its progress is watched with great interest by a large number of corpora tions all over the country Last December Secretary of State Leseur wrote to the Sim mons Hardware company asking them to make an affidavit to the effect that the cor poration was not a member of any trust monopoly or combine whose object was to destroy competition and raise prices from the Company Thu company refused to reply and suit was file in the circuit court asking the court to declare tho charter of the company forfeited for not complying with the law The Simmons Hardware company tiled a demurrer to the petition questioning the constitutionality of tho law and on this Judge Dillon rendered his decision A GAY DRUMMERS BAD BOX Ho Oets Into Trouble About Another Sinns Wife NILES Hick March Mc Carthy aud Mrs Nichols were arraigned be fore Recorder Iandon yesterday and held to the criminal court under bonds of each McCarthy was a traveling salesman for Duraud Co wholesale grocers of Chicago and Mrs Xichols is the wife of Dr Charles Nichols of Danville The couple met at the Bond house in Niles an 1 registered as man and wife Dr Nichols suspecting that all was not right shadowed them and caught them in a compromising situation The trial will take place on the ISth inst It is be lieved that McCarthy will be convicted and given the full penalty of the law but Mrs Kichols will probably be acquitted on the grounds of insanity She has not been in her right mind for years At the time of her marriage she was undergoing treatment for the morphine habit Will Wind Up Its Affairs PROVIDENCE R I March stock holders of the Union bank by a vote of 3574 to 515 have decided ta wind up the affairs of the bank This is the bank from which Teller Charles A Pitcher stole all the cash in June 1888 He is now in a Canadian jai The bank recovered nearly all the cash and securities that Pitcher stole but its affairs have not been in a flourishing condi tion for some time 300 delegates in attendance Commander Travis delivered his annual address show ing that there are now 23 Ka members in the organization an increase os 1544 in the past year The association has on hand The commander niado a strong ap peal in favor of liberal pension legislation Gen Alger followed iu a brief address in which ho said that he wanted it understood that he was spooking to Grand Army men and not to the public The injunction to se crecy however was disregarded by the vet erans and his remarks were fully reported on the outside Points from Algers AtMleeft He said he was strongly in favor of a service pension law and gave the Ingalls aud Chearlle bills his unqualified iudorse ment He criticised tho action of congress severely aud declared that there had al ways been concerted action in that body to defeat pension legislation and it was time for a change and ho recommended con certed action on the part of the exsoldiera andsaidthit congress could not afford to ignore their demands Algers position ou this question appears to have been iu doubt and his utterances were loudly applauded Candidates for Commander The campfire was held tit night and Alger and others made spe ches Candidates for commander art quite numerous G R Storman of Princeton who has been so long at the head of the Service Pension associa tion announced himself for tho place and his vote will be a fine test of the sentiments of the Grand Army on the question He is making a special fight on that ground and has many supporiers Womans Relief Corps The annual convention of tho Womans Relief corps of the stato also assembled Mrs stato president submitted her address in which siio showed that there are 130 corps in the state with a member ship of 4915 an increase of twentyeight posts and OUT members A total of 85430 was expendeded in relief the number of beneficiaries being 1742 The canvass for president of the organization is becoming very waim and other candidates fire enter ing the race Mrs Haushalter of Ander son has announced herself but the major ity appear to think that Mrs H M Caylor of Noblesville will be elected Service Peiistou Dfen The Service Pension association continued its session electing officers as follows for the ensuing year President Gill R btormont Princeton vice president James Grimsley Gosport secretary C A Power Terro Haute treasurer M C Rankin Terre Haute ABBREVIATED TELEGRAMS Base ball at St Augustine Chicago j 9 Brooklyn 1 Henry M Stanley lias liuishi the last pages of his f orthcomh g book Secretary Wiudoui has decided that not even Chinese merchants cau land in this country under the excision act The Romau CathnliS and Lutherans of iiiud in opposition to tho Bennett school law of that state It it feared that a lar e number of poople have lost their lives iu ho Colorado moun tains during the recen snow falls Public buildings bil involving a total expenditure of were passd by thu house of representatives Tuesday The Mississippi river continues rising and grave apprehensions es ist that much dam ago will be done by tin breaking of levees At Greensburg Pa Tuesday a passenger train backed into a I eight wrecking the rear coach ami serioisiy injuring three per S011A William Williams an insane convict hanged himself in Alburn N V prison Tuesday Hi was l years old and was a burglar from Xew Yoik iSeventyllve Chicagn women have organ ized to raise n fund if for a monu m nt to Queen Isabella of Npain in connec tion with tho Worlds uir During the storm which swept wig coast o the BJI tic ou Sunday thirty fishermen were drown d by the capsizing of their vessel near Eekenford The farmers of Kansas are organizing to oppose further immigration to their state They say that there are too many people there now to make a living The wife of C V Heukel o Chicago who stole of his empoyeiV money and skipped is serously ill Irom the shock her husbands disgrav gave her Miss Jennie Paul a Chicago maHeu of mature y ars has su d Louis C WACUK muth of that city for damages to a wound ed heart She wants Owing 10 tho blunder of a storekeeper ot Itohiinia in soiling a quantity of arsenic in piacc o llous five persons poisoned and every one of them has died At Dallas TVx Monday night a thief broke the plategass window of the jewelry store of Domnan Samuels and got awav with n tray of diamonds worth Tbe wages of the steamship firemen and seamen at Liverpool have been advanced 10 shillings a month and all trouble so far asthis clossof workmen is concerned is over Andrew Haufc of Council Bluffs la shot Kittie Bowers his paramour in the neck Tuesday afternoon makjug an ugly fltsli wound He then shot himself fatally in the head Four men who escapod from tho Morsa colliery iu Wales after tho explosion Mon day saj they crawled over many dead txjd ies The fire is io fierce that attempts at rescue have been discontinued The lovra Legislature DES MOIXES Ia March senate yesterday continued its tariff debate on the resolution asking free raw materials for the manufacture of binding twine Quo of the In returning thanks for their elec Iowa farms were tion some of tho officers were very vehe ment in their denunciations of the present attitude of congress on pension legislation One declared not a man would be returned mortgaged to the extent of S5000000J Tha resolution instructing the school committee to report a bill for uniform text books WM tabled The house put in the whole day on to that body who voted against service pen the senate bill annexing suburbs to this city sions After indorsing Hovey as their can It proposes to make Des Moines cover forty didate for tho United States senate and six additional square miles No action was eulogizing his recent efforts in their behalf taken the convention adjourned j Base Ball Gossip March It developed Mlnem Strike at Iron wood IBONTVOOD Mich March About 100 today that President Brash slipped out of Swedes and Finns struck at the Norris mine The College Case KJULAMAZOO Mich March of the seceding college students are still here They refuse to attend lectures but thenac tion in remaining indicates that they ex pect concession It is rumored that the fac ulty will not even give them honorable dis missal cards if they persist in their present course the city Sunday night and he is believed to be now in consultation with some of the League presidents Parties who called to see him were informed that ha was busy but no intimation was given that he had left the i city It was also discovered that he had given orders at the store not to say that he was out of mwn showing that lie wants to keep his absence a secret It is stated that au arrangement is on foot for re ducing the number of clubs to eight by the withdrawal of Washington and the consoli dation of the Cleveland and Pittsburg teams both of which cities have Brotherhood clubs and very weak League organizations It is claimed that Washington is ready to sur render her franchise at any time for a fair consideration and if the consolidation of Cleveland and Pittsburg takes place Indian apolis has nothing to fear Fifty Thousand for Wubasli College INDIANAPOLIS March Yandes has drawn a nheck in favor of Wabash col lege at CrawfordsvLJe for 50OCIO making a total of which he has given tha institution in the past year The last sum was given with the understanding that 830 OOJ should bii used in the construction of a new library building ami that the remainder should go general endowment fund which is now Drank and Went Crausy CEAWTOREI5VILIE Ind March ry Hipsj and James Potter two aged and yesterday morning for a 10 per cent increase in wages No ore was hoisted yesterday Eight hundred miners remained at work The Weather We Slay Expect WiSHrsOTOf CrrvMarch The foltovfni are the weather indications for thirtysix hours from S p m yesterday For Indiana and Lower Michigan Rain warmer weather oo Wednesda ohltingto westerly and colder Thursday morning f ilrThursiay For Wisconsin and Upper Fair weath er northerly winds lower temperature cold er fair Thursday For Light rains followed iy clearing weather and colder northwester y winds colder fair weather on Thursday For IowaColder fair weather and Tuursdav northwesterly winds A Ball Flayer Convicted of Murder NEW YORK March James Siocum the influential ciitiieas while in an attorneys ballplayer was yesterday convicted of the omuedrank what supposed to be martlerof his wife Sentence was deferred j wnlsky It was belladorja and both are now raving maniacs Hipes it is thought will die Wail rery Tall IlfDIAXAPCiLIi March 12 Johnson Brand of Brown county weighing 401 pounds and measuring nine feet ia girth died Monday The coffin was so large that it would not pass the door and the corpse was put into it outside the door j A CMemfo Special Fake j PEORIA Bis March reports printed by the Chicago regarding tie Desth of John T lister CHICAGO March T Lester the wellknown board of trade operator di ed of heart failure resulting from paresis at 10 oclock last night aged 47 years All of his relatives were gathered around his bedside when he expired except his son Charles H Lester who is lying ill with pneumonia at Thouasvilte Ga and unable to come home Mr estate is valued at A Lyncber Commits Saiclde CREAM proven n rallUom of WHITE HAJLJL TTU March death of Bernard Junghaus have bten for more than quarterof acentnrjr tt gian named Loga one of the mob who tirely imaginary The police here are mdVSrt by tfceESdgtf lynched Hans Jacob Olsen six months ago i ttrely committed to the theory of suicide the Stroamtu Parcel and moet Healthful committed suicide last night Although i and it is generally believed that Junghanx Dr Cram Bnki g Powder net Logi was cmly charged with riot it is said j on awakening from his debaneh an t finding he feared a long to prison hinuell ppnnilfra walked down to the nrcr Tark CUnco tu Pnncheo Sc lav 1 and jumped in po in   

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