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   Logansport Pharos (Newspaper) - March 17, 1890, Logansport, Indiana                                r vt if LOGANSPOBT DAILY PHAROS 15TH MONDAY EVENJfltf MAKCH 17 WO NO 275 J 0 H M B KAYS PUMPING FOR NEWS Corner nme inure Use Mil Yorkers the committee adjourned for tne MAGNANIMOUS MAC Men Who Talk and Mem Who Are Reticent Owig to the disagreeable THEMAN WHO BESEMBLEB weather of 1 stwek we have concluded to continue our Ami wny AS TO CARLOAD QUANTITIES Decision i Another Scene at the of Dakota Capital North An InterState Commerce Widespread Interest WASHTSOTOS Crrr March interj state commission Saturday in an opinion TO SHOOT A LEGISLATOR by Commissioner Schoonmaker decided the cases brought against the trunk lines by K B Thurber and others Thomas L Green saie of Chicago Cot an Interview to Fill and Francis H Leggett 8s Co of New York 10 P id a For Ano her Week New joocis will be to stock this week tor Ingulla Ailventurn with a Persc lint Correspondent Eulopjon Soap That Got Into the from tlie Capital of the Nation WASHIVUTOX CiTy March of tho investigation now going on as to the getting out of the doings in the senate se crot session Prank G Carpantir tha well known correspondent tells something about the nprpoachsibleneiis of sena tors and others Edmunds he says seldom submiu to an interview but when he does he tells something worth heairin but will not say what he doos not want to Hoar never submits to an interview at all When a reporter attempt to interview Sfiaiunds on executive sKSjioti hi gets nothing at the time but next iluy by mail a copy thr rules of tho with a blue pencil mark around che prohibition agaicst giving i out any secret session news Cabinet j But few cabinet ollicars vvill though I Wauamaker is approachable and Windom Elaine raraly says anytliing Speafc ing of Elaine and the newspapers a story is told of how Will Nicholas a weilknovvu j newspaper reporter once 1playedl it on city known as tbe carload cases in favor of the complainants Complaint was made of too great differences iu rates charged on carload and less than carload quantities The cases excited widespread interest and more than 40 0 persons firms and corpora A Corresponded Who Didnt Stand on HU Privileges HU Inform ant Pistil Talseii from Him by the Man He Tried to and Magnanimity of Alex win in Hotter Water Than Ever BISMARCK ilarch score of tha most prominent men in the state smarting tions doing business in various sections of under tho charges of rascality in connection the country filed memorials with the comwith tho lottery boodle scheme Saturday mission expressing their views fororagainst attempted to wreak vengeance upon Cozide the relief sought for by the complainants j Hamlin a St Paul newspaper correspon Tbe Principles iLaid Down jent and were held at bay in tbe Sheridan The commission recognizes the right of pose charges est they must also respect the interests ot theshipper Neither is aost of surviea alone a contruling element iu lixing charges Ths valuo of the service must also be properly regarded A difference in rates upon car loads and less than carloads which destroys rompetUion tettreen large and small deal ers is unjust and viclaijve of the law Application of iha Same Hunilin and he was at once aturod that having removed the irmk from the ijorney genprul he wcul1 suffr uo violence al though siiotits of Put niai out continued Xlis Accuser Drawa 3un When Hamlin who had made wholesale coargts of bribery against nearly all the prominent the siate appeared in There is no justification for a difference in the Sheridan house early Saturday morning rates between a soiid carload from one con who had been bhtjrly attacked signer and a carload nmdu up like freight tnst ors The official classification discriminates signer and a carload nmdu up of like freight apDjooolieij Hamliu grasps the lapels of in smaller quantities from different consign u ffhat did you lie about ors The official classification discriminates Elaine Nicholas was In Chicago on The unjustly as tothe gamlms BREAKFAST DISH ASKYCiJftERSSSBfOR IT MAN AiiKII i Nil JUT iv Monday March J7th Jas H Wallicks Mustorpioco Houston MiriKO OF TEXAS ciny tho b1 tnouB ActiK Horaos Haldor Thtir tr Don nml Toxus unfl a Cftuil ido TOJCUS UjiUjfcTS 1 MI Jk1 nnd 7c DOLAXS OPKUA UOfTSK VM ritOLaiRTO Wednesday March 19th or tho of Kll CometHca 010 Block All dm oJ features score of new cues ONE FUN BIG LAUGH LET DOST VAir TO SKS TITE Army DHU Klevator Make Brsfttl Nrov York WorM Th best comedy One here IM yoara New York Sun Xuihinjf better ia its Hue SPECIAL 35 ad50cetits To triicr Aasl ou ail know tho show StutU at of 12thSt Drue Store URN3TURE HCES THE LOWES Ou Designs are None bit the Best NVorkmnDship Allowed to JjiAve our Salesroom Times and had ordered by Editor Ktorey to sen Blaine who was stopping at the Palmer hous atii get an interview with him Nicholas watched until Blaine went to his room und ihuti sent hU card up but Blaine was not at borne Repeated to reach the Maine man having failed Nicholas went across the siro3t where he suw a very much liku Biiiine patted this man on the i boulder and said How do you do Mr I Maine Tiio Fellow Wiio looked Like lilaine The mun looked around and replied What is if Nick Whats tlie lay Said Nicholas I have uueu sent out to interview Mr Blaina I aiu as you look iiiti Mr Blaine I will inter i r you and hu th reupon began to ask i ques itions Tue man took tlie cue and he au I sweiwi the interrogatories in a characteristic i man aer saying just the things however that Bvainii should not have said Nichols wroto up the interview aud it was pub lished B nine noticed it the next day whon hu was traveling somewhere in the central part of Wisconsin He was very angry and he teog raphed to Mr Storey that he had had no in terviow with any ot his reporters Storay ortered the discharge of Nicholasbut that vd reporter pointed out that tho intaiview oid not purport to be with Blaine but a man vho lookod liksliim Will stayed Trie d to Interview lugalls One of the funniest interviews of the past three years was that which was unconsci ously given by Senator Ingalls to Mr Lews ijy toon ot Tha Washington Port but now connect with Tiui New York World Mr Lewsley was to interview Senator Ingails on polilicH Senator Injalls did not want to taJkaiid be turner the conversation at every question thst Lewsej put to the subject of shaving When Liuwsley asked him as to tbe prospects of the party Senator Ingalls remarked that Mr Lewsloys beard needed trmming and as a friend him a gentleman could not go through fe without snaving himself once a day should shave tho first thing in the morniniv snid Jngalls You will want a cup ol hot water and ns to tho and soon every time Iiawsloy tried to come to the point Them iio branched off to soap Ah Mr Lewsley I forgot to speak about the soap The finest scop you will find on tho market is made in Now England by a man named Blank anil here Mr Ingalls mentioned t he name of oiie of tuo m ted soap men ot the United States and went on with a quarter of a column of eulogy in his usual linguistic pyrotechnics upon the virtues of this particular soap every word of which Lewsley took Got Even with the Senator Mr Lewsley finding be could not get what he wanted left and having a certain amount of space fill ho wrote up the in terview on shavingquoting Ingalls words as they were uttered The next dpy every body in Washington was laughing over this interview und liy the following week it was copied into nearly everj papr in the United States Senator Ingalls did not object to it until he saw it in one of tlie advertising pages of Harpers Weekly The shaving soap loan hart taken a picture of Senator Ingalis and ual p id fur a whole paga of Harpers Weekly for this and tho interview advertising his soap Mr Leivsley bought Harpers the day it came out and he had U in his pocket as going up toward the Capi tol he met Senator lugalls Acknowledged HU Defeat Lewsley took the paper to Ingalls and showed it to him IngaUs screwed his double spectacled eyes close to the paper ft momant without speaking and then he raised them up said My God Lewsley youve ruined me Oh no 1 think not said Lewsley It is just as you gave it to me is it not Yes I believe it is said Ingalls and there is no use in trying to lie out it I couldnt afford to enter the ring with a gresit i professional liar liko yourself I will do one thing however 1 will prevent the reap pearance of that advertisement NEW YORKERS AiND THE FAIR They Demand Guiirnntces That Chicago CaiiKrseS10OOOOOO WASHINGTON CITY ilarch A disposi tion was developed at the meeting of the L house worlds fair committee Saturday to hold Chicago down pretty strictly to busJ j ness and in consequonce the meeting was decidedly lively the friands of the western itnetropolis giving it out straight that Chi cago asked no favora Beldeu of Wow York was the most conspicuous in the effort Co make it as rough on tho Garden City as pos sible although Hatch opened the fight by insisting that tha word held should dis place in the bill because as he said fair might be inaugurated in ISaa but not held until the year This proposition was voted down as the Chicago people insisted that tho section was plain enough j A Demand fur Guarurties j The next section that weis found fault with was the fifth which provides that tbe i national commission shall be satisfied that i the local corporation has the inecessary capi tal stock and can raiae more if i Here Belden took the lead He wxnted that section worded so as to require Clacago to 810000000 before the commission accepted the site This broufeht the Illinois men to their feet and they demanded to know what sort of guarantee tho New York men wanted whereupon Beldeni changed tils notion so as to provide thai the committee will not report tha hill until the citizens of Chicago shall have the whole Candler called attention to the rtatetnent of Lyrnan J Gage and urged that Chicago had given all the euarantee that Sfeould be required but the New Yorfc woaliat have it Candlers amended WIM at tvt adoDted aad in carload and less than oaf Load JJantitiesr and a revision is necessary to correct this injustice Xodgc8 Ssvtlonal Election Bill WASHINGTON CITY March bill in troduced in tho house Saturday by Lodge of Massachusetts providing for national con trol of elections for members of congress provides that the election wueu so requested bv SOU voters of any district in the United sliad be managed by tending to do vioence to Hamlm McKen United States district courts the judges wrenched the revolver from Hamims thereof appointing the election officers grasp and crowded the young man into the r corner By this time over twenty uen who had sen the performance were trying to gee at Hamlin Itit McKenzie turuol upon tho whereupon tnelater drew his re vover and attempted u shoot McKenzie grajud lhe weapon ihrusttug a finger un der Lhu hammer just in time to prevent its discharge Small About Meltenzie Hamlin mide u desp rate struggle to release hmseif ironi tiu embrace of the stal Dukotuu and uuriag tho strug gle the i rovd pressed forwerd evidently in GREAT STRlKEjOF MINERS A Quarter of a Million Coal la Eng land Quit LOSBOX March strike of coal min ers was inaugurated Saturday which in volves the of 250000 men It is thought however that it will be short one Still even a short stoppage of operations will cause serious derangement of industries If the strike lasts even one week scores of factories will have to be shutdown throwins mnny thousands of persons out of work Prices of coal are advancing rapid Iv The strikers Bay they have funds to sup port them in idleness four weeks if neces sary Thpre is no doubt that they con stay out at least two weoJis this will proba bly suffice to bring about a concession of thsir rtraands Cannot Afford to Shut Down The large manufnctori s cannot afford to shut down for lack of coil If the English mines cannot furnish the regular supply th3 Belgian and German mines can aud when the British mine owner finds his cus tomers supplying themselves from abroad he be compJld to mnke terms wih his men or sustain i LJe loss This is what th miners and past experi ence justifies thfir belief For it has always been the cise that with a rising or firm market for coal the English miner could N I V i force the mine owner to admit him to an SiAV iucreasdd share of the profits of the business Nearly Fatal Accident at PABIS March Read son of the former TTnited States minister at Athens Friday while fencing at the Sslle Merignac a famous was in a bout with a French whon the foil of his opponent pii chin going through bis neck wound was supposed to be fatal till the surgeon arrived He stopped the flow of blood and declared that the wound was not necessarily fatal but an inchtbthj right or left would have tilled Mr Read The fencers diil not wear masks HDD QTVLKS OTYlKS DEWENTER The HATTER XT Three Thousand Chippewm In dians Perishing AOOTJSATION AGAINST UNOLE SAM With reference to the irotor tha Australian system is provided with all its safeguards to onanls a voter to cast a seciret Imllot the tickets to be provided by tha government and a record of the aumber used at each precincc to bekipt Provision is made far crowd mini warms all to keep hacu Ha allow no one to as amt Hamlin See court which shall compute the vote and said he would shoot the first man that Eive certificates to the successful candidates struck a blow fa A Scene WortU Record of tlie House Session WASHINGTON CITY March house S aturday adopted a resolution inquiring of the secretary of war whether ho had suffi cient funds to protect government work on the Mississippi during the flood also wheth er apprehensions are felt that loss of life will occur owing to the flood The senate amendments to tha bill authorizing a bridge across the Missouri at Pierre S D were concurred in Some other business of no general interest was transacted and at p m public business was suspended and the re mainder of the day devoted to eulogies on tho late Representative Kelley of Peansyl vania Tributes to the dead statesman were paid by ONeil of Pennsylvania McKiuley Brecuenridge of Kentucky Kerr of Iowa and others The hotisa then adjourned The Bluir Educational Bill WASHINGTON CITY March is n general desire in the senate to get rid of the Blair educational bill this weok It has oc cupied the attention oC tho senate to the ex clusion other important business for sev eral weeks now The fate of this bill ia prob lematical Blair claims i hat U will pass by a small majority Aldrich and Faulkner who have taken a groat interest in the oppo sition to the bill Lelieve that there is a good majority of the senate pledged against it They are assured that several senaiors who have voted for the measure in past years will vote against it at this time and they ore counting ou the votes ot tUe senators from the new states to duieat it The Berlin Labor BERLIN March Wilhelms la bor congress met here Saturday with a full attendance of delegates No business was transacted except the of a presiding officer adoption of rulas etc Baron von Eerepsch was elected president Another for Us LONDON March Socialist Finke who was connected with the Socialist con spirators recently tried an I condemned at Elberfeld has made his escape and is sup poiiel to be on his way to New York The Morsn Colliery Disaster LOXDON March bodies have been recovered Irom the illfated Morsa colliery in Wales It is doubtful if the IOC odd remaining will ever he recovered as fire was degress baiow zero 33 broken out afresh in the JlcKenzie protecting thu man who a mo ment before hail attempted to kill him and doing it too with the very weapon which had bean nime 1 at him was a sight so thrill ing that the angry crowd cliaeral in spite oC itself Having saved Hamlin from violence McKeuzie gave him his revolver saying Tttere tuue yuur weapon and shoot mo if you want to I am not alraii of yonr gunl A Roman Catholic Bishop Charges the Old Gentleman with Stealing llOOO OOO Acrefi of iliti SufterlnK Bed Man Scenea When the Was at 44 Below Appeal for Help PHILADELPHIA March Rev John Shan ley DD bishop of North Dakota oc cupied the pulpit of the cathedral yast Tday und made an appeal lor aid tor tho MilTuiing Indianft in his diocesj He Kaid tho government had stolen H000OJU acres of land from these Indians without giving a Bent of compensation therefor Three thousand Indians were starving ami freezing on 500 acres of barren swaupy aud rocicy ground which would not kep 100 white men alive The bishop gave details ot suffering which ha hid personally wit nessed while visiting these Indians Tho bishop related his experience during a visit to the Indian when tho therm mi tor ihe indim bouses are log huts constructed by tbe In dians themselves without flooring and with sheets and quilts covering the windows and rigorous setto fne iu green ap to t he overseer asdd I cirs ana taat function ry orlsrvi ii Sc cuiors bs pot kettsi Tu Irih girJs wouid not consent nnu ivacuiiig for theirdnuf piils ouu I A in Uit Levee Jfiw URIEANS breat oc curred in the o at Riicijh thirtyfive miles Saturday an i was soon 400 ftfvt u Tna waiter will go di rectly baok about ton miles into B ar lake aud tivo outlets into the ToUaas river iu the western potion of Tens s isb Tba famouV frtle Malison parsli will bo ovvrflo1 d T vxtnive planta tions of th M Rcirli Waddill wil donii 1 i i iu i iit ti While R I Ch was r stud wilu iisl t S t ill 3 o i u ot U iot v I C A ill i HI lf nn i How Would This Work Over LONDON Marcta North German Uratte aid the Frankfurter Zeitung have Doorways the crevce between the are been heavily UneJ for publishing patent medicine advortisenunts in violation of the Hoirlble Cliaige Aguinnt an Educator PHILADELPHIA March 17 Harry filled nith mud that cracks and falls out by the summer heat and is blow out by the uortheirn winter blasts so that tho occupants may as well be sleeping outside In those huts it is not infrequent to find six families living Thesn 19JO Indians cannot milk iuub iiiuii IULJV xuuiaui iiitiiv T Hamliu put the gun in hii pocket and said King prefect of the Pennsylvania mstatu theil owll livin tuore TheJ have never A Reporter Suspected of Perjury WASHINGTON CITY March committee which has been trying to find the leak in the senate secret session has gone on a new tack recently A reporter for The Wash ngton Star who was called before the committee denied that he had said iu con versation with the ssrgeantatarms of the senate that ha woud tell tho Dolph commit tee where certain sucret session leakages were if three members of the committee would withdraw It is understood the committee believes that this statement can be contro verted and that it has discussed tha possibil ity of having the reporter indicted for perjury Miiy Go to Banking Konr WASBINOTON CITY March fol lowing numed national banks have been authorized to commence business First Na tional aank of Beuton Harbor ot Beutou Hrfbor Mich c ipitai Laciede Na tional uanK ot tit Louis eit iSt Louis Mo capital DEVILISH AND DASTARDLY Atrocious Crime of Two Indiana Spawns of Vlctlku Dead LOGANSPOBT lad March most sensational tragedy this city has had for years was enacted here Friday night For some time Wihiam Davis anl John Bile have been suitors for tha affections of Ida Askew and Luciuda Brooks They were un successful and took their defeat with poor grace The two young men who are of little account are fast friends and Friday concocted a scheme to ioo iweagad a llualted by Lvncliera That night they induced the two girls to take a walk with thsrn At souia time dur ing the stroll the men persuaded them to drink a liquid they in a bottle and which they pretended themselves to drink aseerting it was something new and delicious Sjon after drinKing the young women be came ill and the mon left tium and have not to McJieuzie LHs shake bands aud be friends No replied McKeuzi I will not shake ban4i with you Von aio not my friend and j oy have ajlerapted njy lifo Correspomleiit Hamlin Representative IStadelmon then ap proached Bauilin and reminding him that he waii one of the inea wliose character had been assailed demandeddie source of his in formation By this timo tho crowd was again surging around Ramlin who still fearful of violence snid tits informant wns Attorney Genera Ciooihvin McKenzie then demanded that Huinlin go with him to an adjoining room nnd warned all others to keep oway After being in the room sev eral iiiiuutes tlie train arrived and MrKen zio escorted Hunilin to tlieplatf rm placing himsjlf in the door of the Sheridan house to keep back the crowd while the correspondent boarded tho train and was carried beyond the reach of his enemies 1he Chimipion for Iilagnanimity After JlcKiizie had placed Humlin aboard the train tho excitement abated and conver sation turned on the courageous aud mag nanimous act of McKlenzie aud all agreed that he had broken the record and that not one man in 10000 wouid have displayed such All agreed thit MeKenzij sared Harulins life for tua crowd nearly all of whom had been assailed in his article be camn frenzied at his attempt to shoot Attorney General GotxiWius path from this time on will be rocky He had been snspucted ai the source ot Hamms inlorma tion and now that the correspondent has confirmed the suspicion the men who tvaro pricked by iiamlins per will losj no oppor tunity to get even with Goodwin Baa Probably Gone to Stay When the paper containing Haoiins sen sational uriicle reaciied here during the heigbt of the lottry escitemont the ac cused legislators were furious and one ol them bought a revolver and declared he would shoot Hamlin on sight The latter howsver snuffed danger from afar and iff t town for home on an eiirly morning train but continued to roast the lawmakers at long range Now that lie has been run out of Bismarck a second time his return is con sidered doubtful They Do It Quickly In Nebraska MINNEAPOLIS Minn March special to The Tribune from Hastings Neb says A fejtner named Amos Stanton living near Brosnfield in Hamilton county shot and instantly killed W Lewis in his store in that place Saturday afternoon and waa lynched iu thirty miuutes after committing the crime Lewis was sitting in his store when Stantou entered and bsgm firing Levels attempted to run but was tne bacE and dropped dead titanton was yuJed but a mob of ten men wearing masks marched to tha jail aad putting a rope about iStantonsMieck dragged uim to a livery stable where they hung him to a rafter Tlie Bridegroom Came Not EXKTOS Md March unusual in cidont is creating much talk in Cecil county Cards were issued for the wedding tion for the instruction of the blind was ba n suppiied with prop r agricultural im rested yostcrdny charged with sodomy on a plenients Last spring the director of the warrant sworn out by Thomas W Barlow Catholic Indian bureau snt twentyfour a member of the state board of charities plows to these Indians and with these thev The arrest is the outcome of an investigation managed to break S30 acres of this virgin begun on Tuesday last by the board of managers oE the institution of charges made against tbe management by one of the in structors Ono witness was produced at the preliminary he sworo posi tively to tho truth of the charge King emphatically denies tho charge and saysj tltero is a conspiracy Put It to Them Straight FREDERICK Md March 17 At yester days session of the Washington M E con ference Bishop Foster who presided caused a ripple of excitement when he stated that he nad been told s ine members of the con soil But there was uo rain and today they are absolutely desituteno grain no loo I no clothing no money 1830 Christians of Gods children are living on this continent today on the point of starvation Scene In Oue of tho Hovels While visiting those people I entered the house of an Indian There was no food in desperation A poor oh Indian woman had a puny sick child in her arms She cried for joy whin she saw mo thinking God had sent relief to h r children Sho snowed mo her child There was not a pound of flesh on ite boues I am sure that child is dead I am not easily moved used as I am to scenes BOOMERS TO BE OUSTED IMovUis to Knlorco thf Vacating FORT LKAVENvroRTB Kas March Th pr sid ntproclamation d Satur d iy warning ihitiooniurs that tlu Ch Tokce ouit ha not oatne I to and tin to v iau1 and the further news SLM 01 war bad vrJered th1 troops to see thai tbe Initiation was obeyed has had a iy effect ou the people who so quick to move on the kinds Gen Mvrritt has or dered six troops of cavalry to proc ed to th Ch rokee and oust ib booiinrs there Two troops ol cavn ry haviteen from oacn of 111 three towns o Oklahoma city Kort Reno and Fort Supply to proceed at oiici to Outline At tuai p uiit me will to united unier tue snior capiain aud a concentrated inovtnifnt on th settlers will made Thu forces starud frum tho towns mentioucJ yes oray morning nnd wl probably not arrive ut Guvhrio tonight or touiurrow mnriung Tlie Settlers on UKliurii Track GUTHKIE 1 T i nion 17 proclumuticn 01 during Hetlors ou Cher okee strip to vacate is tilrca iy having desired effect aad has already caused cou siderabe of an exodus trom the icruidden territory AI day yesterday thj trains Wera loaded down witn leaving me strip Many poor wiio HxiciMl to tha Cuerukee strip under tuo impression that it was open to settlement havu not the means escort th m out foreuce were tipplers Continuing he I wouid be glad if at the close of this ad of misery in large cities but I could not but dress the men no matter who chey are cry on that occasion In one corner of the would rise up aud ask to be dismissed from this conference and if not I hope they will solemnly vow never to partake of intoxi cants iu the future No one arose liuttlefleld Dectinitd Wthiut NEW ORLEANS Mnrih 17 Lousiana L ttery coinpuny Saturday snt Governor Nicaollsa for to bo applied in securing levees otc rtie governor sent the check back straightway informing the lottery people iu ffect that tue ove of til pccasitm xn one corner 01 tne at the Immature whh wwud a boy 0 years of age An on forrciar ring by the caimnoy pae try tor a bad Lo such a lonitloai ana be had no right to put the pe pl of tbe state uu or obligations to the co npany Ths lottery company will oiler tilmoney to ths room there w other was crying by the chimney piaiC try ing to warn his shierng lorm while an old InclLta was kneeling by thifire place mutter ing probably vowing vengeance on the white race At another hovel a poor man WASHINQTOS CITY March 17Inquiries ago was lying On the troiu have reached the war department from var dying on consump ion no one near sincj been seen The girls managjd to get MiH Maggie Elison daughter of a wealthy cm Fan mar oiMlllfV Tho home though suffering terriby Miss Brooks died Siturday morning and Miss Askew canaot survive the nigut Parties are hunting for Hile and Davis who will be lynched whon caught farmer of Newcastle county Tbe ceremony wan fixed for 8 oclock on Wednesday even ing hist Forty guests had assembled to witness the marriage and the preacher ReT Dr Anderson was on hand but the grcom failed to arrive and his coming was A daughter of the late oldest matnber of awaited an hour He has not yec appeared the house ot commons ChristophSCCTalbot laud the prospective bide is heart woken has out of one ot the largest fortunes in j Nothing is fcnosn of the grooms waere England donated for the relief of widu made such by tho itorsa disaster Accident to an ExGovernors MAXCHESTSE N H March Cheney tlho wife of exGovernor Cheney while in a somnambulistic state yesterday morning fell over the railing ot tha stairs to a landing beneath a distance of twenty feet and was very seriously injured Her condi tion is considered very criticaL They Fnvor Gen Palmer SpKiNGrtELB His March the meeting oi executive conuoitttee of the Sangamoa county Demcoratic committee Saturday there was a geiutral czpirestioa fa vorable to tha nomination of OeuBaboer for senator bj the state contMttiocL the Geneva Court Fire IEXEVA IU March ruins within thei walls of the court house are still burn inf and as no effort is being made to put out the fbv they are liable to con duns burn injf for nianv days The consequence is that nobody knows that the county rec ords ore sale it is believed that tha con ttnts of the treasurers safe worth ar destroyed ious quarters asking whether there is any him but his poor old wife who knelt over uppropriation available to pay the expenses him with a rosary in her hands praying God of veterans visiting ha battlefield of Chica to take herbusban 1 Night ivas setting in manga for the purpose of aiding ia identify no light no can II1 no ing tue lines upon wuich they fought Tharo word to tue old couple is no fund available for that purpose Vet erans should nnt visit the battlefield until the officers go tljere after tue bill passes as the various levee and it is probable that it will be r K win be wasted no one will be there to make official record Enterprising Small Boya BAMMOBE Md March young Philadelphia boys were captured in this city Saturday ou their way south on a tramp They had cat nfl s and pistols and an aggre gate of 8 cents witu tnem Their names are Aubrey Rank North Fifth street Will iam M Connay 1737 North Tenth street Alberda Kosanueiger 1819 North Seventh out of street Michael C Smith 1705 North Tenth street and George Patterson 1533 North Ninth sireet The boys range from lb to 15 years of age one to say a kind And this in a Chris tian counry in the United States of Atnari ca the land of the ree the land of plenty A Liberal Appropriation In another hovel 1 found tue children without clothing gathere around hj fire placs plucKing out the c jarred sticks th it theymight roll in the warm ashes The United States appropriates 85000 to these Indians about 850 to each The amo mt is spenc in flour and fat pork andditriiuted among them The pork is sickening I my self wiuld not have believed the truth of the story if I had not witns d it During the eighteen months previous to Jan 1 1830 lWO Inlum 100 died During Of Interest to WASHINGTON Cmr March baa been the custom for years for pension claim act to write their congressman inquiring how their claims were coming on letters are invariably turnod over to tha pension office and now it takes 100 clerks to poor reply to them thus deiayin the general work of the office Gen Raum has therej fore annouced that no moro of thesa inquir ies will be answered fie says if let alone be will adj udicate every application in two years the month of January twentyseven died These deaths are almost invar ably of star vation Thu women are almost universal in one garment a calico dressto protect them and let it be sail to their credit that not one woman was missing Irom the little par ish church on Sunday The reverend speaker closed by appealing to congregation to nitend to these poor people untoriunMte brethren a por tion of tl cir substance for the relief of these HE RUINED THOUSANDS three fisherman Mluinc Probably Dead CHICAGO Ma ch 17 Three fishermen Andrew Sorsnson Andrew Nelson and an unknown companion left herd Friday morning for their daily fljhing trip on the lake and have not been heard from stace A storm set ia Friday forenoon a d continued all day and it is feared they were caught in an ice floe and either frozen to death or caj si Tad drowned Allisuu ou Ihe PHILADELPHIA March has an intrvuw with S rnator A lisoa ia which that g in 1 man general y a ivocates cutlug down the jury on cverprot C ingress shou d pass a bil this see ion ha says an 1 it siou d mn u le a deop cut OB suyir ipelolly butouuileof this artice he di 1 not spcify B said the tree lUfi shiud be enl rged wherever it was safp and a reduction tie made on many aud prnbaIy iroull be Mn Hiirrlion at a Dedication ST FK 17 Memorial Presbyterian church erected by H H Flager Q memory of uiu rtiujbier watdeiUcatedyettordav Rev Dr Pazou of New York preaching seruom Urs Harrison Mrs Wajuunakvr and Russell Harrison were among those present Killed by HI ISYearOld Con NEW OnuEASU March Times Democrats Ocia Fla ip ial reports ihe killing of H BrrchAtJ iif iSyjar odson Burchfljld hat severely chistisei tbe lad anl ha I takm up his gun to shoot his wife wb n the boy drew a pistol and his father dead Thomas J wbo bad been chainaarv UM town txiard of Dlaran Wia Irotu MM to IMS uiad at Uiat plan Soodar School Book In Iowa AChlcago Banker Return After Thlrteca Years of CHICAGO March D Spencer to whose bad maregcmint was attributed the ruin and mis TV which followed the collapse of tbe Cook County National hank and the States Savings institution in 1877 arrived in I Chicago yesterday after an absence of over i th rteen years When the bank failed he i went to Stuttgart Germany and had been there ever since Spencer came to this city j from Morris EL As a banker his career is without a paral lel iu the history of Chicago and almost of the entire country In the rum os the insti tutions which he pulel down rather DES MOOTS Ia March joint the financiers who duped committee oa trusts mads its report to the f strOyed many homes rendered aged persons senate Saturday It says that while is no evidence of a school boot trust there is evidence that some sort of understanding exists among boot settlers but the time given the committee was not long enough to make a careful examination The oooamiw res submitted no bul and an effort to giva il a month more tims failed destitute and swallowed up the savings ot hundreds of hardworking and frugal men and women There were several indictments against him until a few years ago but the were stricken from the docket They cai be reinstated however Both Dead In Twelve Hours March A Per kias a member of the common council aicd teller of the Brverir Hational bank died yisterday morning of typhoid pneumonia His wifeoisd Saturday evening of the same diisesse and their two children are quite sici to Go to CHICAGO March TTaik burue has announced himself a fandidttiii before the Bspnblicaa congressional district convention lor the Fourth dlstrictnn ow position to Congr Adi Tbc IVeathcr are the weather from S p m yesterday For Iowa lUiBOta Inaiasa 3iehigsn and WUconsinW WOULD WEAR THE GREEN Strike BectiiiM Ordered to Pocket the ItinboD Rrvm Mass Mtirch ia probably no parallel to a strike which was inaugurated Saturday in the carding de partment of the Haifrruves mill To im press opon the minds of a the help the fact that St Patricks Day is near at hand the Irish girls appeared a dsiy or two ago be decked with bit of green ribbon Then girls came to CREAM superior eieellen e p rover m at for more ttiann quarter of oentrr it u need by the United En jjr Crenn BM t Powner not contain Ammonia Lime or Autn Sold in 1PH1CB BAMNO W   

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