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   Logansport Pharos (Newspaper) - March 15, 1890, Logansport, Indiana                                LOGANSPORT DAILY PHAROS loTH YEAK SATURDAY EVENING MAttCftl5 NO 274 JOHN EKAYS Gornei SALE OF Ladies Milio Underwear Commenced Tuesday March lUJi 1BS9 A1 bidus who bought our line of tnus Im tinIcrwisir year will bear us HU hi fiivirf iliiit tliy tven the bist gnr minls rlo siWini milerml mid price wr sll in this market Our present stvrk from tlnf amni nmnufuctureni Sile will lie conducted uo stairs in our pew department BREAKFAST DISH ASK YOUE GROCER FOR FT OIKUA HOlfoE WM IittvN NnJITT ONLY Monday March 17th Jas H Wallicks Sensational Afasterpleeo Houston THE HhHO OF FFXAS flu F iinons Horsos rhur Oon mid Texas and ft uuii tidc tt IVivuii W JlllLl 7JC UO30lVOd SOUtS at MILANS OPEUA luHTSE J WM notAN PHOllUKTOR Wednesday March 19th Kturn of the Funniest ot all Comedies ChipD the Old Block I All the oUl of now oaes lukled ONE BIG LAUGH FUN LET LOOSE DONT FAU TO SHE TFIE Arcny DH Jlako Bread Now 1orlc World Th best comedy pro 3uo hero ill yrars1 New York Sun Nothing bcUar In Its line SPBCIAV 35 ana 50 edits No Ami ynu nil Jcttow the ahonr Seats 81 AT 12thSt Drue Store TURN1TURE RICES THE LOWEST Ou Xone but the Workmanship If Allowed to Leave our Salesroom A RUSHOPEARTfl Seven Railway Laborers Buried by an Avalanche FIVE MM MEET THEIE DEATHS Perilous Experience of an Atlantic Steam er wltli a Whirling Strikes the Orleans Streets Not Quite So Cot ton Fields In Hunger In tho MelnphU Not Abie to Keep Out of Water CUMBERLAND Md March Yesterday morning between 7 and 3 oclock a huge rock rolled down the mountain side and fell Bpon tho Virginia Central railroad track in a cut between Chnilee and Elaine Tho work train with a crew of twelve men was dispatched to the spot to the obstruction and clear the track A large eabl tvas placed around the rock and at tached to the engine that it might dragged from tuo All wax nearly ready and the j DIOH wertj making a final adjustment of the rope when a great mass of earth carno rush ing down upon them from tbe steep mount ain stdo aud buriwl seven oC the men from sight Seven Men Ciiufftit In Slide Tluir horrified companions rushed to their rescue and aj speedily exhumed tbe illfated Two wore dssad when taken out oue nts died since and three were seriously or fatally injured The dead aro James O Lambert Cbaftee W Va leaves widow and family Josephini Mflchi an Italian Vornato Italian bavis widow and family in Italy Injured Van Huad Caaffee W Va married cannot recover Marriancea Al binni Italian arm broken and ankle sprained JockoUni Cabauni and Josephini Kranegoli Italians werj severely injured about tho head Tho injured Italians were brought to this city nnd are now undor coro of the companys phyniciuns STRUCK BY A WATERSPOUT The Thrilling Experience ot the Oceftn Stenmer Slavonia NEW YOBK March Sluvonia of the Hamburg line passed directly through a mammoth waterspout last Sunday about 700 mi las northeast of this city It struck the stearuars bows on the starboard side A rUahint njise accompanied the column and the water foamod in its wake Immediately above was a great black cloud from which clou Is less dark descended to form a funnel or inverted cone Tho middle of the column was white apparently because it contained snow Tho columns narrowed tiiometer was apparently about twelve fast while it was three times as broad at fine base which re produced in water and inverted the cloud formed funnel above Tho whole column ro tated with a spiral motion Tho Slavonic shook under the shock caused by contact wtih the column of water but on her course none tha worso for the collision iftg Here having gone down sixtenths of a foot since it began falling Wednesday after I noon BOOMERS WHO CANT WAIT They Are Invading Cherokee Outlet with a Great Bash CHICAGO March from Caldwell Kan and Kansas City Mo say that the boomers who have been camping on the borders of the Cherokee outlet hays been made wild by the news that the na tional bouse of representatives has opened that land for settlement and have begun taking possession of the land They have fixed tomorrow as the day lor general inva sion and say they will rlefy the military At Arkansas City the invasion has already commenced To complicate news comes from Washington City that the dis patches were wrong regarding the land that the Oklahoma bill opens Instead of it being the Cherokee outlet it ii the public land strip Besides this tha senate BOS yet to act on the bill also the president and endless trouble will grow out of tha rush for land Twenty Thousand InvadersAlready ARKANSAS CITY Ark March in vasion of tae Cherokee strip from this point began nt sunrise yesterday morning and al day the long lines of canvnscoverel prairie drew their lengths into the covet ed land Last night it was estimated that from the different joins of entrance fully people hive passei the border aud half that number slaked their claims Dis patches from Kiowa Kan Cald Kan Gtitlirio I T anl Hunnevrell Kan say that about 80C boomers left each of those pointn about noon yesterday for the strip Capt Burbank in command of a small force of United States regulars at Oklahoma City marched his force into the strip late Thursday night to stay the progress of the boomers having been so ordered by telegraph So far as known this force had no effect in retarding the movement MISSISSIPPI RIVER FLOOD as It iSew Orleans Not Qultw Diftin Elsewliore NEW ORLEANS March condition of affairs on the rivor front last evening was much more sntistaeiory than at tho same time Thursday The authorities have strengthened the weak places in tho levee and have constructed a temporary levee of bags filled with earth from St Louis to Hospital streets and at other points but from St Lauis to Canal street where so much water came in Thursday nothing baa yot been done The city authorities will hovwor continue the work of construct ing a temporary levea along the river front until tho city is secure from overflow even with n still higher staga of the river Tho water flowing in the city fromtho rivor yes terday not sufficient to flood the streets at any point though the drains on Biou vills Cone and St Louis streets were filled all the altaruoou Between Julia and Gi raid streets ttt water is running over the ioiiisviUt and ETtistmile railroad tracks but traffic has not been intorfered with Over iu Algiers the streets are cear of water and no apprehension is fait Railways AU Runnliug The railway authorities report that their in3s are so far intact They are busy hovv evfir strengthening unsato placas and also in helping tho city to keep out the water Tho Louisiana Lottery company yesterday donated S5UOOO to tho city for use in pro tecting the city from overflow There is a break netir Convent but men are at work on it and there are o number of weak places along the rivor but so far little damage has been done by the water Those in authority take a hopeful vieiv of the situ ation Tho Queen and Crescent line people however are not so sanguine They guar antee an open line only for a few days At Lake Providence tha water is higher than ever known except in J8S2 Running Over the NEWPORT Ark March rivers commenced running over the levees at 10 oclock Thursday uight and the whole town aicept Fort street is now from four inches to two feet under water Business is en trely suspended The White and Black rivers commenced fading yesterday after noon and It is hoped the worst over The durnago to tho adjacent country is immense Jiickson county containing 75000 acres of cultivated land is now under water from sii inches to twenty foet Cotton JVielcU iu Danger MEMPHIS March 15 river hers last evening was two inches higher than Thurs day bjiiig now a little above the great rise of 1SS7 previously tbe highest on record Tho banner cotton growing district of the is that part of tha Tensas basin noiv K seriously threatened by inundation and obsor vant engineers soy that they do not be lijve tie levee on that side can keep the flood out than a few days longer Things look very black in this region Ark Qrjaaa Levees Too Lotr ST Louis March front tbe lower Mississippi state that tbe country be tween the Arkansas line and Vicksburg on botb sides of tha river is threatened with in undation The water is running over tha Arkansas levees in several places The Ar kansas levees have been abandoned and nil sifforts ore being concentrated on the levees iu Louisiana between Victsburg and tha Arkansas line and those on the Mississippi tihore between VicksUurg and Greenville J if d Sous Tbe Ohio at Louisville LOUISVILLE March river is on a boom again An inch and a half an hour was the rate which the waters rising yesterday morning Thursday night the river rose two Sltuntlnn at City ARKAXSAS Cm Ark Mnrch levoe is still up the railroad compaoito which came to the resoueyesterday brought in sacks sufficient to hold the banks for twentyfour hours longer The railroad hai put all ixs men at work bnt if the rise cwn tinues a bad break is bound to corns at sonu point near here The clouds have passed the sun shone out brightly yesterday Falltnr at Caxro CJUBO Iftrcfe river ii4till MRS HARRISON IN THE SOUTH Charlestou S C Out To ro the First Tatly Honor CHARLESTON S C March Har rison anJ party retiched here shortly after 11 oclock yesterday morning They wert met at the station by the mayor of the c ty the collector oil tho port the postmaster and u committee of distinguished citizens anil escorted to their hotel Tho stars and stripes and tbe state colors fluttered to tht breeze all over the city The visitors were taken to Fort Sumter and wore shown around tho hnibor In the afternoon they were driven around tho city and at night Mrs Harrison and her frieuda had a recep tion was attended by elite of iht city Later tho party was serennrled To day they took their departure for Florida The News and Courier saiys editorially The people of Charleston who had the pleasure of meetingthe presidents wife were very much charmed by her gracious pres ence and gentle dignity Tha day was al that could have been desired and tho dis timuished visitors saw Charleston under the most favorabla conditions The regret is very general that they could not remain with us longer and the hops is earnestly expressed that thoy will all coma back auiu Thank heaven there was no politics on this occasion Mrs Harrisons Hag is our flag m I the flig of our common cotin tr Mrs Hurrisou nnd party came tc Charlreton straiig rs thoy loft Charleston friencs u i n ore ihan friends THEY WERE SSNT UP FOR LIFE The Lynchers ot Old Mtiti Olcaou Get a Henvy PunUliiUGnt MINNEAPOLIS March 15 Journals La Crosse Wisi special says Sentence has been pronounced an the Trempealeau coun ty lynchers at Whitehall by Judge Noonan Charles Johnson Ola Sletto Mrs Oleson and her son were seuteuceJ to imprisonment for life three days in each year solitary There was ft scene of great excitement in tbe court room Mrs Oleson fainted and there was groaning and shedding of tears The sheriff started for Waupun with the prison ers at once A SCANDALOUS STOBY DENIED Kepregeiitativc Heas ot South Dakota Denounces a Report Sioux FABLS S D March Hess of Flnndraau representative of the legislature from Moody county whoso char acter was assailed by telegram a from Pierre in ivhich it was claimed that he had fallen into a snare laid by a cyprian and because she would not live with him attempted sui cide brands the telegram a a lia frnm be ginning to ond Letting Dp on Ives anil Staynor NEW YORK March 15 of 95 per cent of the indebtedness of Henry S Ives Co have consented to settle for 5 cents on the dollar It is expected that the consent of the remaining 5 por cent will soon be se cured The assignee says that JSOOOOO o the due by the firm has been paid and In view of the intongi bla and compli cated character of the remainder the cred itors think 5 per cent ol tho remainder will do The bail in tha cases of the prisoners has been reduced from to 85OuO each and they will soon be cut of jail A 3fail Robber Captured CHICAGO March Inspectors Harris and Stoddard have arrested a man for whom all the postal inspectors between Chi cago and iSew York city have been saarch ing for six months The man John Hogan was employed as transfer agent at the New Ycrk Central depot New York It was his duty to see that all mail consigned to Chi cago was properly loaded in the mail cars and in doing this he has managed to steal about 1000 packages of jewelry sent to Chicago parties The stealings run up into the thousands Locked Her Up In Her Roonu CHICAGO March Helen Nichol son of 2G4 Washington boulevard told a qneer story in Justice TVheelers co rt yes terday of her dealings with S A Xewman Co She said that she bough a cloak from them uud paid down and was to complete purchase iu fortnightly pay ments of each Shu could not make the second payment whereupon Newman when he called ujon her lockej her up in her own room a prisoner for three hours Blumarok Wants Wlndthuratg Support BERLIN March is stated that in the course ot an interview between Prince Bis marck and Dr Windthorst yesterday the chancellor isked the clerical leader to sap port ths government in tha reichstag Arrested for BlackinaU MADisoy Wis March Hans man and W W Meredith have bsai arrest ed charged with falsely accusing George Maloney of adultery tor tbe purpose of ex torting money from him The defendants pleaded not guilty and gave bail for their appearance in court MaJoney hafi borne an excellent character AM is in bnsinsss at Sun trairie Meredith and Hansman are com mefcfai traveJers and both live at Union Grow Racine county Left Bllj MllUonn to His Children PHlLAiHiXMCU March late Wffi iara BBciraell left his istata of several millions to his children It was expected that tbere would be Urge Ibaquests to Chari TOUEING IN STYLE i Nothing SecondClass About President de Soto i A SECOND COUNT OP MONTE OEISTO He Spends a Daily Mite Equal to a Poor Mans Living for a Gossip About His Stay at Dash Ing TurnOuts When HB Takes Hie Air A Clirtt with His Friend and Counsel International Mitttent CHICAra March there He spends a day the linelooking darkeyed man with the blade mustache and military bear ing that just drovo off in that carriage with the livered lackisi He is a seconl count of Monte CrUto A reporter having overheard this conversa tion in the rotunda ot the Palmer house imme diately developed a thut for mjrc informa tion as is fu uoic OL an i de sired ro i informal further nbounj a man who us much in on day as many whole families live on for Mtio liys so lit imputed to the speaker tlie1 loLicrg thai was within hiii and was grat ified I 4 Crcestis from osla Tliia man1 the tlrst speaker a well posted man about town is Gen Don Bor nardo do Soto president of the Costa Riean republic He is a veritable Crooesus ani has either found tlic inexhaustible purse of Fortuimtus or tho wonlerfui lauip of Aladdin He pays Sl6 a day for his apart ments lure and as his wife loves Qowers he keeps the rooms fragrant with thi choicest rosos he con buy no matter wlint thjy cost He spends a day for chnmpagna ami atUer wines of the ftnast brands JJvery thing is sent to his rooms for he is retiring and exclusive and never comes into puu lic dining roums tht bar or the lobbies Particular About His Rigs His wile is a beautiful Spanish lady aud fce has a graceful darc coinplexinned sou about 21 years old also here Tne general goes otit driving a good deal every day and insists on having tho handsomest equipages that noiiey can procure In luct I saw a flno team driven up for him one day in trout of a shining new carriage that seemed to be as comllortaljle as a cradle but because there were no liveried servants on the box ho sent it baok to the stable anI waited until tho missing necessaries Had been provided Why by Jove his livery bid must be at least S5 a day Spends His Five Hundred Ditily Than he goes to tho theater a great deal and kei ps private servants His wife has o maid inu a fine looking oue she is too and altogether it is hard to thick of anything that is desiralilp that he is not fully providj 1 with Every ruoruiug he draws to u fron the Commercial National bixnlc wniou is sent to him by messenger and tlien proceeds to speiid it in the most lavish but least CK PC tatiousway He is a man oE vtry refined tastes I should judge and seems to b kind hearloi aud particularly affectionate to liis family as he is his rooms most of hU time As I ste his wife very I the clerk md found that she is ill A Frieud of tlie Me has a correspondence averaging thirty or forty letters ti day uud must b3 active in greit railway schenus andpolitical af fairs judging from the envelops Ho is in communication with the Ciaines who have sent Ive heard in re gard to his wifes health while there were sent telegrams of condolenc3 from him at the time of Mrs Goppiiiers an I Walker Blainus deaths and during the latters ill ness The Reporter on the TinH lu conclusion thj mau about town gave the reporter tho information that Gjn Soto would have nothing to do with re porters no end of them had called upon him but 113110 had ever gotten a word with him anyhow he only spoke Spanish This was discourging but the uevvsgatberer was not satisfied with what he already knew So he proceeded to flank the general Hearing that President do Soto had been joined by his friend and adviser Don llauro Fernandez minuter of finance and education of Costa Rica who is in the United States to attend the PanAmerican congress aud to study the educational mtbods of this country the pencil pusher procejded to camp on his trail and finally came up with him and was recei red with dignified cordiality and of feree a cigarette Seen Studying Our School System TVe look to the United States with great eagerness said Don Fernandez because it is your government ant your constitution that turn shed the model for ours I came over last November and have devoted much time to studying the schools of this country I enjoyed a visit to Ann Arbor exceedingly and consider it a model university the best equipped in the west I have made a partic ular study of tha Chicago public schools and find very little to criticise The Twenty sixth street high school is particularly per fect it seems to me The Cook county nor mal school has also been us to me Something Moro About De Soto da Soto who leaves with me for Washington is the president of Costa Rica but his health failed and our congress has granted him a leave of absence for rest and travel so that the vice president is acting in his stead He is much beloved in Costa Rica and although his own health has im proved his wife was unfortunately taken dove with la grippe so that they biive re mained in Chicago in order to keep her un der the treatment of Dr Silva to whom they feel much indebted They have friends here and have been showered with social at tentions although they have been oblige 1 to d dine all invittions The general is a man of much power and deserves erelit for th development of the country during his ad ministration with the PanAmerican Don Fernandez said he anl De were delighted with the PanAmerican con srtss He believed it would bind the sister republics of America in a closer and firmer friendship result in the transfer of South Amrican trade from Europ i to the TTnite1 Suites and prevent interna ional wars He said The United States can furnish us with goods cheaper because they are mucli nearer and witnou fail rnika a good profit since the transportation will not cost neany so much vie have increased tradj with you from in 18S4 to 000 today We are greatly interested in the Nicaragua cant and think tbit Capt Meiiocol is to push it cp to a triumphant termination If he does it will bs of great benefit to us all NEW POSTAL TELEGRAPH SCHEME of tbe Fatten Multiplex Sys tem Urycd on the Committee WASHUCGTOS Crrr March new proposition in connection with the proposed establishment of a government postal grapb svstem was made to the house com mitten a postofflces and post roads yester day y J 11 Seymour a member of the TXetr York Stock Exchange Mr Seymour stated that herepresented a numbsr of well known capitalists who wsre willing to build lines and maintain a postal tolesraph system under government supervision in accord ance with the provisions of the postmaster generals bill or to operate on a uniform 25 cent irate The by which the gentle men represented by hinneif hopad to make the undertaking a success was by what is known as the Patten multiplex telegraph system which he said had been in success ful operation in New York and Philadelphia for tbe past sis mouths Proposition ot the Syndicate Tha syndicate proposed to build and main tain the lines nee led to furnish operators poworand stationery auI t bive the right to buili and be iu constructing lines over all postal asked to eiempt from federal aul state taxation In mrrn cities where the poitoffice mre cramped THE SI ATE BUDGET Edmmds DEWENTER The HATTER for wautof room the syndicate propoyed to furnish its own offices It was desired to make a contract with the government for fifteen years with the priviege of renewal unless the government would take the iines i at the and of that time at a value to bs appraised by experts Mr Seymour said that ho would rather not give the names of his associates in the but he assured tho committee that tu wera all wel knowu throughout ihc commercial world They were willing to give a bond of as a guarantee that they would carry out any contract with the government The syndicate expected he stated to be allowed lo do a private business outside of the gov ernment work A Big Decrease In Expenses Claimed Mr Seymour claimed that had the West ern Union used tbe Patten system last year its espenss wiuld have ben in stead of JlbO 00M F Jarvis Patten of New York the inventor of the system re ferred to by Mr Seymour decribed it to the committee By it the carrying capacity of one wire was equal to eight o even twelve wires under the Morse system To bm Ior luc Inspection meat at the port of exportation News from Points in Our Own Borders HOK1IBLI CRIME AT NEW ALBANY A Bespeitable Woman Fouliy Assault ed and Then Killed by Her Brother tuLaw Manou Hunkers Get Wiml of Burglar reculinr Suit at Kvaiisville Uouse er Shot Miscellttiieous Items NEW ALBANY lud March Henry Ritrer a bad character of this city has Leea arrested on the charge of murder One hour before his arrest Mrs Eileu Wheelon his sistfrinaw Was found horribly ciubbod to defth lying on tho Jtffersonville Madison and Indianapolis railroad track The sup position is thufRitter killed the woman at her resdenou a short distance from the rail maintain tho lines under the Fatten system road P aciuS her tue track to make lt would cost about 75 per cent less thun un der the present systems Cost of the System Mr Seymour stated that it was proposed to lease wires to newspapers at almost nom inal rates and to reduce press rates about 33 per c nt To esta lish the system under the provisions oj tho postmaster generals bill would coit he believed about a complete system covering tho entire country would cost Sio0X1000 Tho Days Work iu Con cress WASHINGTON Cmr March the bills reported favorably to tbe senate yesterday was a bill approprintinx 87i000 for a public building at Aurora Ills The urgent dflciency bill was reported with amendments adding over to the off grezatc It appropria ei Sime District businusa was transacted and then Tiltr spoke in fhvor of tha educational bill H Slid ho had voted for tho enfranchise ment of ihe gro auI had no apologies to iffer for the vote He denied that it was appear that it was suicide with a view of hiding the crime The web of ciruumstantiul evidence that was adduced at the inquest was damaging in the extreme Attempted an Outrage First Ritter dt rues ad knowledge of i he The victim is 25 yeirs old aud ranks emnngst the best known ladies ot this city Shu leaves a husband and thive rhilarju in comfortable circumstances Tlmre is taik of lynching Later developments show that Ritter attempt to outrage Mis Wheelon but she resisted and he brainua her with a Uatchet and curried the Lody to the railroad track where it was found PLOT TO ROB MARION BANKS Chlnago Crooks Plan n Kaid with Great Carr and Circumspection Ind March banking houses of this city are eotisii rubly worked up over the receiptof intelligence from Cui cago of the discovery of a pot entered into by a gang of crooks iu that city to m ko a raid a mistake it had raised a problem but it otlthe Marion banks Two members of the could ba solved and education was on3 ol combination visited Marion for the purpose the solutions Eulogies were then delivered of making a preliminary survey and the in presentativo Townshend of formation ootained was complete to the the late Illinois which ihe senate as a mark of respect adjourned to Monday in tbe house Perkins stated that the im pression had gone out that the Oklahoma bill opened the Cherokee outlet to settle mrjnt instead of which it was tho public Inndslrio In committee of the whole the biil to authorize the retirement of John C Fremetit was favorably acted upon No other business of importance WBB transacted Reciss was taken to 8 p m and nt the nirht session a number of private pension bills were passed and the house adjourned Til WorMs Fair Bill WASHINGTON City March 15 The Worlds fair committee held a meeting yes terday it which the bill recently agreed upon nag presented and read The bill is practically as out ined iu these dispatches some days ago There was sonio talk about the Chicago subscription and assurances were given that it was bona fide Candler saying that Pullman had told him that he Pullman would take additional stock if necessary Flower gave notice that he would amend section 5 to make the fund S10000000 before the commissioners ac cepted tho site or went to work Must Not Color Oleomargarine BOSTON Jlarcu 15 of repre sentatives yesterdaypassed the bill to pro hibitthe coloring of oleomargarine to imi tate bvtttsr Tbe May Eipect WASHINGTON CrrrMarch are the weather indication forthirtvsii hour from S p m yesurdav For fair weather Saturday and Sunday northwest erlv winis cold wave For weath er Satardaand Sunday norther y winds colder Saturday morning warmer Siindaj For ir weath r Satur day and Snndny nortlierly winds colder and cold wave For Mi Mp n and weatheSatar ay and irindi colder and cold wave In upper and loWit Michigan Vote Aye for a Consideration WASHINGTON Cm March a hearing of New Yorkers by the river and harbor committee yesterday in which num erous and various improvements on the Hudson river and about New York were urpfd Blanchard of Louisiana a member of ihe committee suppose that New Tork would vote for a river and har bor bill this year If she gets a piece of it1 was Flowers reply Three More National Banks j WASHINGTON CITY March fol lowing named national banks have been au thorized to commence business First Na tional bunk of Swanton at Swanton Vt capital 860000 First National bank ol Cameron Mo capitnl Citizeni Na tional bank of Covington aC Covington Ky Rlncaia Will Be Tried for Mnrder WASHEJGTOX CITY March grand jury of the District late last evening after examining a number of witnesses directed the district attorney to prepare an indict ment against Cincaid who shot erCon gressman Taulbee for murder The New Motion Management CHICAGO March H H Camp bell of Boston a member of the executive committee of the Louisville New Albany and Chicago Railroad is In the city and says that the change in the management of the Monon line was brought about by a mutual coming together of the heavy hold ers of stock of the road who were dissatisfied with the course of the existing management This course had precipitated antagonisms with the Pennsylvania road and the Louis ville and Nashville which prevented tfas Moncn from as good a property as it should be Neither the Louisville and Nalh Tille nor the Pennsylvania had secured con trol End of Al Break CHICAGO March larceny cate AJ Gallery the youag man who created a small sensation not long by taking M alleged tbe sum of too from Milt Lizzie Prank of 348 Chestnut street dismissed by Justice Kersten yesterday morning for the want of prosecution BCjii Frank her attorney said had concluded not to prosecute as the money taken from her had been refunded minutest detail They had a p an of every bank showlnt location of duors windows and safe Tuey also had tin name of every bank president cashier an1 bookkeeper the names and number ot the police force tho time of their going on and off duty the name of tne nightwatch wheu he went on and od his circuit how otteti he made his rounds and when and where ha went to lunch Prepared for tho Thugs The informal ion further statos that the thoroughly cmvnssed the ques tion whether it would be bust to attempt to crack the safe or compel some one to open it at night or to make a raid at noon when tho banking rooms are comparatively deserted The bank p op e consider the in formation of sufficient weight to justify unusu il precaution Eitra strong have been provided tbe doort double bo ted and a special watchman has been plared at each bank A telegram from Chicago says that tbe police authorities there profess to know nothing about the above scheme NEWS FROM THE POCKET A Trio of SulU lor Fed Him I with Love EVASSVILLE Ind March Mrs Eina Baker recently brought suit against Rachel Lewis for 110000 damages charging that Rachel had alienated her husbanis aff c tions by placing love drops in a cake which she fed to Baker trho became infatuate 1 with Rachel who is very wealthy and de serted his wife and c ildren Ju Ige Rein hardt has rendered a verdict against Mrs Lewis for the full amount claimed by Mrs i Baker Doctor Charced with Malpractice Mrs Margaret Nuholson has brou rbc suit against Dr Charles Parue for griOOO dam ages alleging that in the treatment of her sons sore eyes ha used a solution troin the effects of which the child is uow totally blind Frank Cheatbam haa brought suit for ABBREVIATED TULEGRAMS Ruse boll at Jacksonville Brooklyn 5 Philadelphia 14 The Santa Fe railway people at City are stdl cutting fre glit raes A cour ss of colored H m m Catholics has been caled to at Cincinnati July 8 J Levesou Gower Gladstouian has elected to parliament from Stokeupon Trent Tbe Miners of England has re solved to order a strike of miners through out tho entire country The case of the New York National league club against Buck Ewing svas argued at New York Friday Decison was reserved Philadelphia cricket pluyers consider ing a change iu the ruos of tho game pro viding that three m u out puts the side out Chauncey F Black of Pennsylvania has a call on all Democrats to meet and celebrate the birthday of Thomas Jefferson Charles E Divies the manager of Jackson thu negro pugilist has arranged for the latter to spar at Battery D Chicago March 25 John Williams a ran limau stopped at St Paul Turnwiny niglx and next uiurning was found drunk aiiJ and roboed Of tlOOO W H Millr an extensive paper raaiu facturer ot Downinijiown 1a has fide an tssignm ut It is suttud that lus liabilities amount to t35000 Governor Thayor of Nebraska has called on the railways to r dueo thu ratj for haul ing corn irom Nebraska points to Chicago He wants a reduction of 10 euu par 100 pounds Hon Charles H Woo 1 a veter in awycr of Chicago and exjuig o th circuit court of Iroquos oHiiily dki at tits ho an iuurs day uigiit froui heart disease tie was 56 years of age A train fttti over Henry and ht wife at a cros ing tiive mles tast 01 Holland liidiv intantiy killing and fatahy injurm Mrs their horse and s ashing their carriage Thu peop e l Atiiland O wertiia vlt nSteaoi a mirage Ttiuisaaywiicti prosentei clear ano ot a city elan ting on its heni ai it It vi nearly ibretquururs o uu liour Henry Kunel latt treasurer of Uue Earth Ciiy Jlnn has arros ej at Kansas liiy for sieajing ihe money intruitd to his care Ho taking 11000 but Siys he klt worth of at home Tbe Protestant people of A r an Mich is much excited because Rev W K Spf ncer Ei ro kribuel of th t plac poke very highy of Bishop aui tu liinma Cathoic church iu presuming ihe bsuup to a mxei uudenctf th oih r evenin Wiggins the Cumidian alleged woatber proputt has come out of his hole Hu diets a vocnt and siorm oil ov r Nor li America volcunc crupaous and eurihq ikes in Europe aud Souta America and n g nritl shaking up The are Marcu ij and Bev D W He m k who kil ed Ed Pal mer ot N olu la on the night ot Am 19 IbtW was acquitted at Coui cil B uffs Fri day The dnense was justfliule bouiKi le i It was shown that a conspiracy existed In I whiih Palnaur a prinipti figure and j that Hdlraicks life had ben threatened BuBfneiM or the Iowa Solotls DCS MOINES ItL Morca Ewart voted with tbe republicans in the house yeRUrday and tbe bouse goes mto commit ee on local bill on WtdneSiay was a fight over relerence Tbe will last several diys A concurrent resolution wa referr d asking congrees tu amend tbe later ttue luw so as to compel railways to carry Iowa products into adjo ning states at a rale not greater tban the average in eith r state A joint resoution was adopted asking congress io pension army nurnf Bi la to establish state normal ichooli at Mapleton sheidon and in Lortuwestein Iowa were introduoad 10000 uetn aakt4 for each A UU was introduce i to pay Chegttr Turnay 810000 for Imprisonment for crimes that ht did not comtnitt Davidson in the senate complained that the charged Mm wjh appointing hisdaugh company for the death of bis son itt the ex plosion in their factory a weak aso Good Enough for Farmer Martin John Weddell and William Scott attempt ed to forean enrance into thi reidencj Thomas Martin a farmer and attacked Martin with a knife when the latter shot Weddell through the jaw and in tha leg WecUMls wounds are fatal Mar tin was arrested She Old Folks at Home IXDIAXAPOLIS March ne ago the widow oc Stephen C Poster author of Old Foks at Home fled suit a ainst Kin ney Pauly of Danvi le eh that they were publishing the KOQg in vijiatingof her opyright Judge Woods foun I for tbe widow and issued an injunction against the Danvile parties Went on a Bupgr Hide Drtiuk MAETISSVUIE lud March 15 Medaris and Jess Smith wealt iy young men of Spencer Owen coaaty while intoxi ctited indulged in a buggy ride wiich cost Smith his life by being thrown the buggy down a steep enliankmeat Mejaris escaped with slight injuries He Couldnt Get a Pension MOOT VEBXOS Ind arch iam Craven a Grand Army man has com mitted snicile by taking morphine because he was disappointed iu not getting a pen sion Hooaier Notes Intensa excitement prevails in Bogard township cottnty over an tpi lemic of hydropno lia A in h it section about nine days ago with tne rabies and before it could be killed it diseasi over a larg portico of the neighborhoo I Several ojs horses 5UOO ago ins t the Armstrong Furniture ter and stpilaugbtiu to commiitee clerk ships He said they all did it the bill to fix the state tax lery at 2 mills was referred The lakes in Michizan near Culilla hure proved a bonanza this ytar lor ic gat hirers there is a rush for tbe coodng pnxluct CREAM BAKING The Dock laborers Strike at LTVXEPOOL March 15 witiiAtioB with regard to the dock laborers strike tiat the strikers have bean defeated position of the men is menacing and are grave fears that a wrknis collUion wUl togs were oitten ensue The police are on the W i he itKtounvpvKa board of trade govcrn I nsqlutiQnj bumn fur m ne tl anyuarterot cent rj It is ly rt lnitd En dorKd I T th of the prait imthceSi ao4 Henttfnl Dr Prieei B k if Power does not contain Ammonia or Altim unly PUCE BAKISO POWDBB Cl Tork 8C UL   

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