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   Logansport Pharos (Newspaper) - March 13, 1890, Logansport, Indiana                                LOGANSPOET DAILY PHARO8 15TH YEAH THURSDAY JSVENJfltf MAhGH13 1890 NO 272 JOHM GRAYS Commenced Tuesday March Illh 1889 All Indies who bouuht our line of mui lin umlerweur last ycnr will bear us out in swvinr thwt were lie bfisl gar ments us to Pfwinir mHtcriti and price ever sold in this miirkot Our present stock from tlie same innnufnctiircrs Sail will he cunrluctud UB itair3 in our new departments DOLANS OlKltA hUUSE WM IXI1AN PKOlUIETOIt Friday March 14th Tlio Favorite of Logansport Americas Koprcsuuliitivo Actor Frank In his lioautifui Tltiy D O R D S G K A luc Htory nf CrusslaIolnnd VVItnessd In Twenty Vork Times Prioes as usual rtoatscan c soiuir in advance 3 5t itnt 75 cents Keservod wl jif tlireo tltiy OPBLtA ITOtlSE WM IKXAV MISAOBII ONE NIO1IT ONLY Monday March 7th Jas H Wallicks Groatos Sensational Mnstorpleco Houstori THE HERO OF TEXAS Uitroducinsr tho Fmious Horses Haldor Charter Ooa and Texas and a Cttia cado of Toi Ailralssion JOc 5X ana Tic Resorvod Seats jt KresllnKs FURNITURE K1CES THIC LOWEST None hut the Best VVorsmanship Allowed to Leave our Salesroom J W tleota I Mi AT 12tliSt Drsus Store GAVE IT ALL AWAY An Artful Correspondent Traps Senator Faulkner NAUGHTY MAIDENS FOE NEWS A HUE ABT The Victim Tells All He Enoivs Without JBelnK Awiire of the and Unson Have a Tilt on Uie Lard View of the Farmers Revision or ills Speech Day lu JTlscellany WASHINGTON CITV March New York Heralds correspondent in this city telegraphs tho following to his paper Senator Faulkner o2 West Virginia and Senator Bate of Tennessee wore seated to gether in a committeeroom Tuesday when Mr Georgo Harries a nowspapar man en tered Harries said Senator Faulkner I wish you V7ould tell mo how you newspaper men get information ot tho transactions olr our said Mr Harries there ia a com mittcu upstairs trying to dud that out You ought to go up and listen to the testi mony Never miiid tho committee said the aenutor wont you tell ma just for Ithe gnitilic tion of my own curiosity1 IVill You Walk Into My Parlor Mr Uarries reflected a moment and said I wouid liavo no objection to telling you sen ator if you wore authorized by the nenate to 7ective lht information why lont you tell it to the com mittee usktd the senaror Is tho committee propirly constituted and duly authorized to receive such informa tion senator Of course it is How do you mute that outj Why said the senator it was fjonsti tuted Ijy tho senuto in tliu regular un der Senator Dolpha resolution Said tile Spider to tho Then Seniitor Faulkner went nhend and gave every detail of the manner in vrhivh the senate discussed nnd adopted tlie resolution how tho committee wa constituted and what it was empowered lo do When Faulk ner had concluded Harriet said Well sena tor that is tho way wo uevspaper men got information of the proojadiags of tho secret session Good day Senator Faulkner did not get tha full mean ing ot the newspaper mans remark until S nator Bate quietly and good huiyioreclly said Faulkner if every senator woro as easy to pump an you are wo might ass well hold our secret sossiom out on tho portico Th1 couvtnittoG was appointed during a secret sessiou of thu senate THEY ABOUT LARD Two Lively Orators load Tor TUelr Re spective Constituents WASHINGTON CITV March worth of Ohio and JKason of Illinois made arguments heore tha iigricultural commit tee ot tlie uaiisj ycstorilay ou tho proposed legislation tasius lard compounds Butter worth spoke iu favor a C his bill und Mason opposed both the Buttorwortu bill and the measure introduced by Conger Butter worth said that tho otijjct of his bill was to raise a revenue to julate a certain indus try so that it should u ot be permitted to de stroy an established and 30 that it should be coududtad with a view to com mon honesty anil toprovent tha dostniction of au estaulishod aiticloof commerce man ufactuivd bj tho farmer The GrimedJSocoming u Icnsunt Tho legislation had been proposed not to prevent the manufacturers of compound lard pursuing a new industry We only ask he said in its place it stiall not place ihs fingers on tha nhroat of another in dustry Btttteruurch diicusiel tae present condition of tha Amoric nn faruiar Ho took a gloomy view of iho snnrion stating that the farmers wero a class of peas ants aud a debased nt that TUe larm era had been robbed by means of gambling shops and now they robbed by means of a counterfeit Buttorwoitli GrDAVs Belliyrorent Concerning tbo corupouud lard mauufac turers lip said that hn on ty asked that they conduct tboir biusiauss honestly AU this talk about tho compound lard Doing better than the original uriiela was pure rot Wheu people asked for lard they wanted pure lard If ho jent his baby to his grocer for a squirrel and the grocer gave the baby a matter how luscious tho he woull liik that grocer IE he could He askod for a squirrel as tho people asked for lard nud he did not want a rat Statistics showed fhaic lust your tho farmer had been robbed by miaiis of this compound lard iu dustry of 415000000 A Question of Gray SJntter Mason in addressing the conimitt93 said that there was no counterfeit iu compound lard He did not understand how any man with an OUHCO of gray matter in the up por end of his anatomy could buy lard la belled plainly compound lard and thensay that ho did not know what bo was buying that ho had bsea misled Thosa representa tives iu congress living in agricultural dis tricts flew to tUo farmers as a rock of ref uge As a representative of the working people of his city he UDW to the working people as his rock of refuge and was in favor of giving them an economical food In aiming to help tho farmer a tat was be ing placed on the food of the working peo ple A AVord for the SVorkiuguian Mason said there was a great doal of talk about the deplorable condition of thefarmer but little was said about the hard times the working pwple wore forced to meet Com paring lurd and compound lord Mason held that the latter was healthier than any product from the nog because it was a vege table compound It was not so much the tax imposed oc the compound that he ob jected to it was that the stringency of the internal rtivonue law would prevent dealers keeping tha product in stock Hci did not object to tho passage of any measure that placed all from tha hog or tha same basis by having each marked with a label containing a state ment of exactly what tho lard was com posed of OB for a Trip to the South WASBISGTOJ Crrr March General VTauamolcer left the city today cm his trip south accompanied by his wile and daughter Mrs Benjamin Harrison Mr and Sirs Russell Harrison ud several friends of the president and family The party will be absent for tea days or two weeks j The Bullet Tliat Killed Tnulbee j CITY March doc tors yesterday found tha bullet that killed j exCongressman Taulboe and are now won I deriag ho w he lived so long The ball passed I downward and inirard from beneath the fractured the arbital plate and in its course toward the brain fractured and spliuj j tared portions of tha temporal bone finally i I imbedding itself in the bone and dura mater j A large abscess was formed at the base of J the brain Tha ball could not havs been ex tracted saiely Tuo total number of men cnaltitie far mfliuia in tlie United States is dt vttub 131813 an orcaniiad Bills and Resolutions Agreed to arid UTCS Xiacussed WASHISGTOX CITT March senate yesterday agreed to the house concurrent resolution directing an investigation into immigration matters the effect of foreign purchases of American industries etc also the resolution excluding from The Record Calls interpolations in the debate with Chandler The vote on this was Yeas 36 nays 14 Payne Pugh Vance andCock rell voting with the Republicans After a short debute on the resolution to elect a pres ident vro tern it was laid aside and the educational bill came up and March 20 was fixed for tbe close of the general debate Plumb moved to amend rule 03 so as to re quire all vo es in secret session to be made public the day they were cast referred The resolution to elect a presidoat pro torn was next agreed to and again the educational bill came up and George and Hoar spoke in its favor the latter sayiug that if he could be assured that tho bill would pass Bind bene fit the country as much as ha believed it would he would willingly retire from pub lic life to obscurity A short executive ses sion was hold followed by adjournment The house passed the bill appropriating for the removal the sandbar at the entrance to Milwaukee harbor aLsr tlia bill granting right of way through tho Sissoton and Wah petou Indian reservations iu to the Chicago Milwaukee and St Paul railway In committee of the whole the Oklahoma bill was considered an amendment being adopted prohibiting the introduction of intoxicants into the territory Pending discussion tha committee rose and tho housj adjourned Will jQave to Get Along with Dinah WASHINGTON CITY March Windom yesterday addressad a letter to the bureau of immigration of Florida in reply to their question whether it would be a viola larion of law to import servant girls from Swcdou and Norway tha girls paying their own way and the bureau agreeing to fur uisli them places in Florida on their arrival in tho United States The secretary refers them to tha courts but intimates that in his opinion the importation would be unlawful Prospects of Very High Water WASHINGTON City March signal officer announces that tho Ohio acd Missis sippi are rising at all points from Cincinnati down and at Cairo within the next five days the river will approximate the highest water ever known The rainfall during tho last four days in tho Ohio drainage area equals four and a half cubic milee water nnd in the Vicksburg drainage area two cubic miles Tho signal office warns the Mississippi river people to look out for their property Another Opening for War Claims WASHINGTON CITT March house committee on war claims has authorized a favorable report on the house bill authoriz ing tho secretary of war upon application to reopen the claim of any loyal eitizia for quartermasters stores and snbsisteocj sup plies taken during tha late war which has been filed heretofore and disallowed by the quartermaster general or the commanding general under tho act of July 4 1804 IVIay Uo a liaukinff Business WASHINGTON CITY March fol lowing named national banks have been au thorized to commanco business Hopdwell National bank at Hpnewell N J 850000 National Bank oE Claysville at Claysville Pa capital National Bank of North Dakota at Fargo N D capital OLD BOYS AND GIRLS A Party Wlioao Aggregate Ages Were 2GJ Tears WiiKESBAitRE PH March novel wedding took place at tho Courtrlght house this city Tha combined ages of the bridal party were 69 years as follows Bridegroom Shadrack Gregory 81 brido Mrs Mary C Jlarr Gl grooms best umn R V Van Horn iVJ brldemaicl M Justice of the Peaoo Colen of Union township tied tho knot Tho bride was dressed in her first wedding trousseau made fortytwo years ago Four Score But Not a Iool Both groom and bride were as frisky as if but 20 and before the ceremony the groom said to the justice Now justice dont imagino that because lam fourscore that I am a fool X dont know hovimuch love thpre is in this match but there is enough to make Mame and me happy until wo are parted by death There will be no divorce in our case I am lonely so is tne woman Wo want to enjoyeach oth ers company hi old age and that is what wo are here have our ideas regarding tho matter consummated Proceed with the ceremony Costly Wreck on the C BI and St P MOUNT CARROLL Ills March 3 oclock yesterday morning a fast train go ing west on the Chicago Milwaukee and St Paul road ran into an eastbound estra The engineers and firemen oE both trains jumped and thereby saved their livos Tho engines were both badly wrecked Tle cars of tile eastbouiil train were started back down grade by the shock and soon acquired a speed of eighteen or twenty miles an hour and about forty rods from the station ran into a second eastbouud train Twenty one cars and three locomotives ware com pletely wrecked by the double collision and the damage will amount to 800003 to S100 000 Statement of the Western Union NEW YORE March The statement the Western Uniou Telegraph company for the quarter ending March 31 shows that the surplus on hand Jan 1 1890 was Tho net revenues of the quarter ending March 31 partly estimated will be about i making tho surplus on that date SI0907803 From this will bo taken for in terest on bonds sinkius fuuds and dividend of 1 per cent an aggregate of leaving the surplus The divi dend will be payable on and after April 15 next Lotteries leacl in Dakota BISMARCK N D March lottery bill met its Waterloo in the house last night when Stevens of Ransom county muved to reconsider tho vote which indefinitely post poned senate bill 167 by which the lottery bill is known and the motion was lost by a voto of 31 to 23 This kills the mdssore so far as this session is concerned Game of Euchre with mentous Issue Mo DOIHGS or A A lateRetiring President Makes B Ter rible niscovery and Finds That Wom 1 ankinil Js Mighty An Otlel Trick TUat Was Xevelr Won and a Reference to the Board off Tru9 j tittle IHaids in Woe NEWCASTLE Pa ITarcii Athens i of western Pennsylvania is New Wilraing ton aud in Westminster college students are not ouly trained in book lore but also iu i piety The rules are as strict as the rules ia colleges and seminaries in New England and never a word has been said thai reflect ed upon the actions of its inmates Coedu cation is a feature of Westminster college In classrooms the girls and boys are to gether but so strict are the faculty that nowhere else are the sexo5t allowed to com mingle Dcvlllsli Sly Those Maidens The girls are in tho minority and they have always wa ked as they wera taught Tbe boys were the ones who WOTO closaiy watched and occasionally ono was expelled for trying to take a whiff at a cigarette in a fence corner or neglecting to return from a stroll sundown But it remained for tho girls to shock staid professors and Tuesday night four prettjPennsylvania maidons anxiously awaited tho return of President Ferguson from Pittsburj where ho had gone to consult tho trustees leap Frog for Gjrlsj O Xj The upper floor oE the large dormitory building is occupied by the girl students ot tha college and after the hall doors are looked at ulglittis said that the iuu denied them during tbe day is indulged in Ono pretty miss confidentially inCornvju a friend that after thlights wtro out they hid many a gamo of lenp frog in the long hallway In the room nearest the ioor thai opens on the stairway are two bed and in thesa ilaude Harvej Mamie Wright Jen nia Disou and Pearl McKeo tuck thgmselveil away every night Too Perfectly Awlully Jolly ilouilay night when all was stiill a voico from ono cf the beds exclaimed GrirLs letii have a eaino of euchre O wouldnt that be jolly came from tho other Led But where are the cards1 IVe them as tho reply Well neI piny then clioruso1 the three Quietly rising thjdozmedlcose wrappers and lighting tho lamp they Eat uiyvu to iho littb table in the center of the room Thi cards wore produced toou gamo in progress The Presidents FrlgrlUfill Dirrveiy President Ferguson was up Intotlmt night While on his wny from his study he was horrifiol to hear in a swacr girlish voice Ill order you up He listened nutl Itjruu that hjarts wore trumps and taut it vis Claudes turn to play President Ferttnoa is a very carafal por sonage so hu shutniLnvxl tho matron To gether theystoo pnreftiHy liplie staini The girls liul for Cotton to 10k the door and on tho threshold jast asilui Io exclaimed Ill bot you a joJiid ol caramels wo will win tho odi trick A And then one of the uo aud saw the stem fac s of the president ind matron thjre wa nothing Mirl The silence wag enough Prsident Ferguson piekod up the first deck that hai over been introiuo 1 into Westminster col lege Ho walked down stnir Tho four girls got into bod ani all was again In tbp morninj girU vrer noUfiad that their oflease xvas rriovous3jlhat the boara of trustees would have to deal with it Tho trustees are all clergymen GERMAN PEOPLE DISMAYED Another Tlig Increase ill tlio Army De manded by BERUS March Post an official orgau contains an article stntDg that tbo great increase in tho Russian anci French ar tillery compels tbo em perm1 to domand an addition of seventyfour field batteries of 40000 men Experts say this will entail au expense of marks for the first year and StiOODOOO ever after Six hundred additional artillery officers will bo necessia ry Tho people are dismayed at the pros pect of the enormously increased taxation this measure will causj and universally say that evon war would be preferable WRECKED BY A CYCLONE An Arlcnusas Town Wiped Out nnd Sev eral People Injured FORT SMITH Ark March cyclone struck thei village of Excelsior fJteen miles south of here early Tuesday morning de molishing every houss in the place No one was killed though seven or eight were se verely injured A mother and three chil dren were blown fifty feet and left unin jured Two stores and a line mill and gjin woro torn to pieces Ucs IVIoiDes Brancli Out DES AIoisEE la March houie passed the Des Moiees annexation bill and the first thing the senate did vas to pass the same measure just as it came from jfthe house so that tha state capital may bo considered a rival of Chicago in annexation business A new election of city officers will be necessary April 7 snd the political effect is now tinder discussion by the people here Tho Taylor memorial to congress was also adopted The house re ceived a large number new Liils and then debated lengbt a bill allowing employes pay for Sunday which was defeated The senate judiciary committee has agreed to report favorably a bid making Labor Day a legal holiday Emigrant DeCrauders Convicted VIEXNA Murch court at Wado wice has sentenced two the prisoners con victed of defrauding emigrants to four and a half years imprisonment at hard labor aud the others to terms ranging from one to tour years The public prosecutor has ap pealed from the judgment of the court on the ground that the sentences ara inade quate Must Sell on IU Own Merits BOSTOX March the house yester day afternoon tbe bill forbidding the sale of oleomargarine as butter was passei by a vote of 143 to 2i An amendment was also adopted to the effect that nothing in thai bill shall prevent the sale of oleomargarma as oleomargarine Roland Leach Was Drowned CHICAGO llorch Poland Lsach mystery has been solved by the discovery ol his body in the Chicago c 153 of ac cidental drowning It seems that he got drank and while a citizen was waiting for a cab to send him to his hotel he grew Im patient wandered oft and fell into the rlr r AH his valuables were found on his person Thomas J Jones who had Bsen chairman of town bosrd of from 1MB to 1SS6 disd at that place TWO IMPORTANT RAILWAY DEALS The C B anil Gobbled by tne Q and the Monon by the Bosrox llaich circular has besn issued to the stockholders of tho Chi cago Burlington and iSTorthern railroad in which it is stated that the C B ard Q has offered 840 pur share cash for the stock of tha former company The directors roc ommend that the offtr be accepted and will on their part tarn in all their stock at j the price offered AU stockholders who dei sire to avail themselves of the cfFVr must do j so within sixty days A Majority of tlie Stock Bought i It transpires tbat a majority of the sxock has already purchased by the C E and Q atid thai tho reason for the doil is that the C B and 2C is a terror for rate cutting and its purchase by the Q will stop this game A tlegrani from Chicago says that the general opinion of railway men there is voiced by whnt Vice President Mullen of the Chicago and Alton says If the news is cor1 ircct it removes the most troublesome factor j from the railroad situation If the Burlingi ton and becomes officially part of the Q system that is n its be havior as the Q cannot atford to indulge in any underhand work in the northwest its interest in other territory being of far greater magnitude j A Rumor About the NEW YorK March is believed that the new board of directors o the Monon j company elected yesterday is in the interest of the Pennsylvania and the Louisville and i Nashville railroads It seems that tbo Penn sylvanio railroad managed matters so as to j put in a directory of it own and that sev oral of the old directors left out Then W P Black was appointed general man ager and he is an old Pennsylvania man The general effect wll bo to stop rate cut ting RPRIXG IKisrn RPRlNc QTVrES OrVlRS DEWENTER The HATTER STOKMOmS CHIEF Hoosier Veterans Elect Him Commander thrown on hov the air brake on th forward part or truiti was set Tne coupler which causa ilu trouble wnu brought io and seemed ail riit i ABBftnViAT SEE VICE PENSION BILL INDOKSED Interstate Commerce Inquiry CHICAGO March Com merce Commissioners William R Morrison auJ Whpjlock G Veuzey arrived in this city yeituliy mirninc aul comanncjd the investigation the alteration that the rail roads ore charging cscassive freight rates oil food products between the points of pro duction ami the eastern markets The sos sioti yeslenlay was to the hearing oE the board of trade raou vho wished par ticularly to voice tboijgrievance against the lSoo Hue A CONSPIRACY TO MURDER Churned Against a Canadian and His ISciivvell Removal KIAOAUA FALLS Out March Feb 17 last F C Benwell a young Unslishman was murdered in a swnjnp near Ont His body was found a fuw days hver aud still later J E Birchell and his wife Tvhom he married in England and who is a very pretty wouiau ivorj arrested charged with tiie miirler Eirelull is known to have been on intimato terms with Benwoll and was last seen in tho latters company on the day ho disappeared There are other sus picious circumstances Infamous Conspiracy Cliarped The preliminary trial took pluci hero yes terday and Brcholl WHS hold tor triil attae October at Woo Istrtck Tiio town yesterday was full of people as ths murdr has excited extraordinary interest oiviig to tho current beief that Beuwelis murder was pirt of a conspiracy to decoy wealthy young Englishaen to this country to rob and murder them Public sympathy iswith Mrs BUcbell and when the juJx decided to remand her in the casrody jf officers for ten days there was a loud chc r A Very Cool Prisoner Bircholl himself is vho coolest prisoner ever seen in court He was brought iu hau 1 cuffeJ but wore kid goves ant was nattily dressed He seemed indifferent to tbo proceedings and upon Being nske 1 if lie hal anything to say spoke with his courisel a momeii and thii ssid no add inp with emphasis At this pirtkular time All t rough the examination ho was entirclv unconcern d Reduction of Hours for Workmen March German minis ter ot war has ordered that the working hours of tie men employed in the gun fac wlfa The woman grappled with him and tories and other military worts at Spandan be reduced to ten hours a day Heretofore the men tinve worked thirteen hours Fortnjnesc Anglophobia Subsiding OPOBTO March antiEnglish feeling is the league which wai formed here for the purpose of ossaolting the British minister Vr GJyan Ptre has been abandoned succeeded in defending herself until a police j mail was summoned On seeing the officer approaching i3mith released his wife and shot himself dead Canse of the Welsh Pit Horror Loxoos March fladin of an un locked safety lamp by the side of one of the dead miners IE the colfery is believed to explain the cause of the explosion Kva Hamilton Wants a Pardon TSKOTOS H JM March Hamil ton tie ivife of Robert Ray Hamilton who is serving a term in the state prison here for assault upon Xurse Donnelly presented a petition to tha court of pardojs Tcosdiar for a pardon I Saecelixial Irish Agitation j DETTEK CoL March Dillon M j P the Irish agitator has arrived in Den ver from Australia When asked as to the success of his trip he said It has been be yond our eapectaticns Yon will see this when I tell you that has been rab scribed during onr trip Everywhere NORTH AND SOUTH UNITED Florida and Blnssacliusetts Jolu Hands IhroagU a Matrimonial Bureau GEEEXFIELD Mass March Fri day evening Edward Phelan of Orange and Miss Ida Aloris of Tampa Fla had never met Now they are man and wife and as happy as clams at high water A matrimo nial bureau started tha business four mouths of correspondence continued the good work and on Saturday whon they ant for the first time Cupid shot an arrow that pierced the hearts of the fair maiden and the brawny youth Tho negotiations were very cautious especially on the part of Miss Aloris who during the correspondence stipulated that if she went to Orange and the goods did not suit she wns to be paid her traveling expenses etc both going and coming He Was a Bashful Swain Upon her arrival at Orange MissAloris was recognized by her wouldbs husband who was too bashful to claim the privilege of kissing her They went to a friends bouse talked over matters for several hours and made up their minds that they lovod each other It has not not transpired whether that delayed kiss was givan and received bat the wedding took place in proper order Lord Bandy Iu Hot Water Lorcox March effect of Lord Randolph Churchills speech in the Tory stronghold represented by him has been much like that of a boomerang To say that Lord constituents are furi ous over his Tuesday nights performance is putting it mildy Scarcely one can ba found among them who does not condemn his utterances in the most vigorous English at his command and already the suggestion is ril9 to hold a massmooting to denounce him though the political managers will hardly permit so extreme a course A Despairing Mothers Act ST Lours March Sunday the 2yearold child of John Blunt a farmer near Stockton Roofa county Kan found a bottle of laudanum and drunk a quantity of it The child died in a stort time The nezt day Mrs Bltmt crazed by the death of her child drank the rest of the poison re maining in the bottle She cannot recover Sir Bunt is prostrated his friends are watching him lest he too mav commit sui cide A Drunken Grocers Crime BBOOKLTS N Y March Smith a grocer of 714 Third avenue while J drunk yesterday attempted to shoot his The New Commander a Pioneer In tbo of the Other Officers Hovey Chosen for Delegate at Large to the National Eu of tlie Womans Relief Railway Chartered IxniANApous March depart ment encampment of tho Grand Army ol tho Republic convened at 10 oclock a m and proceeded at once to the consideration of resolutions relating to pension legislation Some members were not disposed to commit the department to service pensions but its advocates bore ciowu all opposition and by a decided vote passed resolutions favoring the lilting of tho arrearage act and the pass ago of a service pousiou bill Tho soldiers monument commission asked the department to contribute SJOOJ toward the purchase of a Grand Army emblem for the shaft of the monument but tho proposition was rejected Storiuont KJerteil CoiuiiKinder All hour later ih eloiion offliers for the ensuing yeaswus orucred but the action of the boty on tho service pension matter had pruot cally settled tho department com mandorship G R Stormont of Princeton prtsidont of tho Service Peniou association lud a halfdozen others were placed in noini aation but first ballot resulted in Stor oionts election Inthe decisive vote of 42G DUt of a total of 507 Tho new commander is one of tho pioneer movers in thu service pension cause and ouo of the bestknown Grand Army men the state Tho Other Officers The remaining orncrs chosen are as fol lows Senior vice commander W W Mc 3eth Lifayotto junior vice department ommander Josepi Grimsly Gosport nodical director C W Burkett Warsaw Jhaplam il L Wells Greenwood nssist tnt adjutant general Lol I N Walker In dinnapoJis pssistunt quartermaster general W M Cochran Indianapolis council of ad ministration Uwge W Miller Terro Haute S M Holcomb Fort Branch Irvin Robbius Indianapolis John Pinch Fort j Wayne Jossc Premtmter Wabash I Governor Hovey was unanimously chosen delegateatlurgo to tho national encamp ment The Womans llellof Tbe most important work of tiu Womans Relief corp5 was thj ejection of officers The offlctrs elet d are Melissa Caylor Nobles ville senior vice pr Hattie Buchanan Mnrion junior vice Mrs Carrie H kns In ianapolU treasurer Juiia Cochran In iinuapolis UNDERGROUND INSURANCE A Caee at Moriiatovvu Which Will Causo Troubles for tlio Agcut SBELBYVILLE Ind March few days ago the house and shop of Shackle in Morristown this county burned The owner carried 350 insurance in the Ameri can Firo Insurance and Banking company of Lynchburg Vo of which J W Crum who also represents the Continental is the local agent The American is ono of a dozan com panies which nre alleged to have no corpor ate existence organized by G M Mayer Co of room 32 Imperial building Caicago the Fairfax of Alexander Va and the Eagle Fire Insurance company of Lisbon I T being of the number None of the companies named aro licensed to do business in this state and Crum has no license from the auditor of state to solicit for them Crum Slakes an Explanation Crum claims that he simply takes applica tions aud that Mayer fc Co the nais As the rates offered by the Americans ageuts hero were very low he succeeded in plaem a large number of policies not one of which it is alleged could be realujad upon should a lose occur It is said that half the premium 1 paid by the insured goes to the agent and i this fact has spurred him to estra exertions i But Be Is Iu a ISnil Fix j Before tle matter leaked out a letter was written to a government official in Lynch burg Va asking about the American In surance company to which he replied that two strangers came there some months ago and started the alleged com pany but after staying awhile left for parts unknown and concluded by say ing that Commonwealth Attorney A H Burroughs conll give full information The Indiana law forbids underground insurance under penalty of 81000 fine and imprison ment and civil and criminal proceedings niil it is said be commenced against Crum at once Xew Koacl to the Coal Fields I BLOOMIXGTOX Ind March letter has been received hertjfromGwrgeE Teney of Boson saying that a company has char tered the Cincinnati Blonmington and Chii cago railway The prop s d road is to run through Dearborn Ripey Decatur Barthol omew Brown Jionroe Owen Clay Parke Fountain Warren Bentoa anci Newton countiesand thence to Chicago It is pro posed to tap tbe stone and coal fields of this state Wants SISOOOO lor Damages Visczssss Ind March T Ped igo has just filed a suit in the Knos circuit court against the Evansville and Terre I Hante company demanding j 000 damages for injuries sustained in the re cent wreck at Snaps creak just above this city Mr Pecigo has recovered sufficiently from his injuries to return to his home at Glasgow Ky Tne Bay View Railway Disaster BCITAIXI if T March inquest on tha Bay View railway wreck was con tinued yesterday The testimony confirmed that given by the witnesses Tuesday and was to tbe effect further that if the hand brakes bad been promptly applied the acci dent would prooabljhave be n in fatal Ko lizbt tew j Ease ball tit Si Chicago 4 Brooklyn i A national convention ut lire department chiefs will bo held at Detoit Aug 19 nest Fivo thousand minrs at Nottingham England have struck or an mcreasj of Tho iuw employes ni the Jforrie iron mine at Ashlaud Wis went on strike Wednes ay Tho secretary of tho treasury bas ap poined Mr John F Scaulan of Chicago special treasury agout Six burglars onpvl from tho jail at Eac Clain Wis otriy Wednesday morning Ofikv s are in imiuit ol the fugitives J Frank Armstrong ol Phi adelphla is in ho iins spent f 10000 of hit employers moiuy without thoir consent Tim rumor print d y jsterJay that Jaj Gould was to marry ti young widow of Maurice J lynti is authoritatively de The oourt i i York arardoti iho wife of GotgoJi sou of the Into Ertnry A a limited di vorce it ILVH that eighty miners thtr by tho xposjon at Slorsa colliery Glannurganshlve Vales last Moiiiay Tho Knelt Wand railway has issued an or der iiiit men ti thoir mpioy must quit drinking intoxicants to the extjnt becom ing uuder their influence Paris advices iu the campaiga agiinst King Dahuiniiy which h s jtirt endoJ 10UO Dahoiuiani iucuinone fe male were J Young licainiHiu tie wellknown Chi caioan is lyiiu verv m hih rs ime iu that dry but tel s timt li j worth hili a y t ludica uni at H ieta Ark that luo Mississipp WiJl gi io n s t t li gfier thmtver Loore unl it looks as fa disas trouovei low is mevi ante Judge AnJrow Duvii probably Ih riejost mm m Montana die 1 at ButtiMonday niihl agel 71 years tiis protwri v is esti mated ut from to 810000000 Rev W II Vibuert rcior tur wvcral years of St James Ep icopal church Chi cago has resi noJ and will go to Philadal I phia ussuniug chargo tura of BL Pcurs 1 cuureh Ottij Fisiier a a boy tf J7 years with a round girlish lace coinpexiou ajij golden cuns is in jul at Georj towis Ilis on a charge of tuakiuj ountrfuit nickels He bas couttssKj in i roilijioti between a possenijer and a freight irain on the Rooj Island railway at Bino Isand a suburb o Chicago Tuidav ugin Joui Berry a triin hand waskillfl and another man seriously but not fatally hurt The convention of cattle men in session au Fort worth Tex haj adopted resoutione in favor of establisliir g refrigerators on the cattleraising groun is and thereby com p tius with Caioago it r tlu control of the dressed beef market Clareiicp J Toot who left Grand Rapids Mich some timj ago in company with some of the money of tte States Ks press company has written to his father from Lisbon Portugal tbat bis action a crazy freak and that he Is coming homo to stand bs punihmenl A Farmer Display of PIERRE S D Marcli Holland a farmer on the Cheyenne Indian roserra tion broke through ihe la here yesterday while crossing tbo Missouri river He wag driving a team anl ium thr wagon and when the ice broke he breaking his leg just beloiv the keo Respite his Holland went to work md succeeded in ing his team after which be drove to thic city and had his lea set Ho then climbed into his wagon and drove back to tbe agency Big Strike of Iron Sllners MISXZAPOLJS Mian March Aipecial to The Tribune from Isbpemlng Mich says 1 Trammers landers timbermen at the Big Norrie mine on tl o Geobic iron range struck Tueslay night for an Increase in wages and the abolition of dockage charges made by the mine mauiigement The are in sympathy with other strikers at Ashland mines All miners are out and the Htrike will probably spead CREAM Itf pruveu m of 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