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   Logansport Pharos (Newspaper) - March 19, 1890, Logansport, Indiana                                LOGAN8POBT DAILY loTH YEAE PHAROS WEDNESDAY EVJiMJiW S1AKCH J 0 HM G RAYS Synopsis of the Republican Bill I Agreed Upon 1 to the clisagreeatale weather of I st vvoek we havw REVENUE OUT OF SIXTY MILLIONS concluded to continue oun salQ of Important Changes in the Internal Tax i Iron Duty Reduced Also Tvrlne on the Free Wooll For Another Week P y Now Cioods will be added to the stock this week I AN OiKUA hUUSC Wednesday March 19th Hot xi r n Ail tiwtM Finturcsrot ONE LET uouro oC aew LAUGH LOOSE TI SKK THli Army Drill Mevator Sailor Miiki liread rotnedy pro bottar in Its Jne1 III ipr AL o 50 ci jouul know the show No lit RHRL7IITS 12thSt Drug Store FURNITURE THE LOWEST Ou Xouo iiu Workmanship AHowe to Leave our Salesroom J W for salt y iiisirablu dwellings on east wr ili L licsirabli resiliences on east Norm sueet Fur sale 0 desirable residences on For sale resideune nt 802 For 1 desirable residence ou Vfvst BronlvTiy For sali l desirable residence ou JM For Fr A stock mid Piutt streets property fur farms funns for city property Inrtns for of ni trudi u boots acd to trade for wortii for Ivy uuods tu irooi A sm rruli a farm city usiiiitiii For i brick residence on vith three lots located rn Ibe nvor Fir i stone nud with room per at a biirgnin 3 dwellings on strfLt wiil bring 10 pdr cent brick residence Will reat nt 340 Some lilg Appropriation Presented In the Worlds Fair Bill Items WASHTNOTOW CITY March Re publican members of the ways and means committee have abroad upon every point of division ou tho tariff schedules and the re ductions to be inalo from internal revenue and will present tho bill to the full commit tea for ira consideration in a few days The clauses relating to carpet wools Mexican lead ores And one or two other articles have j not yot been finally and definitely passed j upon While the bill i not absolutely com j pleted and will of course be subject to re vision it Is believed to be substantially a finish as far as the majority of the commit tee is concerned Chances In Internal Revenue The internal revenue features of the bill areas follows The entiro abolition of all special taxes upou dealers of all kinds com monly known as licenses the tax upon snuff will bo repealed farmers and planters grow ing tobticco will havo tho liberty to sell to whomsoever they plaaso without restraint la the same manner as any farmer can dis pose of any other products of his laud The tax upon manufactured tobacco will bo re duced from S cents to 4 conta a pound cig ars cheroots and cigarettes will carry the same tax as is Imposed under tha present law Alcohol used iu tbe arts is free under substantially tha samo restrictions as ara prescribed iu tho senate bill The reduc tions in tho revenue from thfjse sources will in round numbers amount to between 000000 and Reduction in tho Iron Sobodulci The following are tho principal provisions iu tho tariff schjdulos The chemical sched ule contains but few changes from existing law There are some reductions and no vancea iu duty and it is believed that the duties in this schedule will ba found below the senate schedule The earth earthen ware and glassware schedules remain sub stantially as in ths ex stins law There are a number of important changes in tho metal schedule Existing rates are maintained upon iron ore and pigiron Barbed wira for fencing is made dutiable at I 00 cents per pound which is bolow the duty j upon that idad of iron into other i uses Beams girders and structural iron are reduced from 123 cants to 06 cents a pound which is a reduction bslow that of the senate bill Railway iron is reduced to 00 cents n pound tha present iate being a ton n reduction oC about u ton anda re duction in the rats flio I by tag senate bill The duty ou steel rails is reduced a ton i Thv duty on tinplato has been increased to 3 2 cents a pound Fig tin remains free is an increase in the duty on pocket c littery Tho ia tho lumber schsdulo tha rhicy on sawed boards planks and tiuished lumber is re ducitl 50 pur cent from tha present rate Thar e is a provision inserted that in case Gamidsi lays an export duty on lumber tho tics sli3lt ba coilccto1 according to tuo rates under jxistiiig lav Higlior Tariff ou Agricultural Products The duty ou Sumatra tobacco is increased to Si75 pur pound There is an increase generally along the eutiru list upon the duties upou agricultural product Tho duty upon barley is rilsud to SJ tvnU n buJiol hops to 15 cents a pound buckwheat to 15 cents a bushel macaroni and vermicelli U cents n pound oats 10 cents a bushel Tho duty on agricultural seeds is increjised The duty on rice is reduced from 25 to 3 cents a pound riceflour and ricemeal from i cent to 075 cent a pound and broken rice 06 a pound Butter nnd substitutes therefor havo the duty increased to i cents a pound Tue duty on eggs Slants a dozun potatoes 85 cents 11 bushel Hides which are now on tho free list arc made dutiable at 15 cents n pound There is a small in oreaso in the duty on fruits Oranges and lemons in packages ef 125 culiio feat or Iftse 25centspar package packages exoeed ing 125 aud loss than 25 cubic feet SO cents A package Raisins 25 cents a pound Advances in duties hnve generally been coa ceded tho farming interests where it is be i llsved increased duties ull benefit the farm art Jute Mauilhi Etc Free Spirits wiaes and other beverages have been left as found in existing law Sail also las not been touched Cotton manufactures iro left subatautiivlly as ill the senate bill incnilla and sisal grass are put upou tbe free list as is wool degras which eaters into the finishing of leather A reduction is made in thu duty on bindingtwino What Done with Wool In tho wool schedule wools of the flrst class tnown as clothing wools 11 cents a pound wools of the second class known as combing wools 12 coats carpet wools valued at 12 conts or loss 35 cants valued st over 32 cents S cents This is a reduction of 05 cants a pound from ths senate bilL and an increase of 4 6 cents from the present law It is believed however that tha de finitions and classifications and restrictions provided for will make this duty even more valuablo to the wool growers than the duty fhted by tho seaatj bill In tha Mills bill wool was put on the free list and the duty given to the manufacturers of woolen fuurics was from 41 to 45 per cent As this bill mates wool dutiable it gives compensa tion to the manufacturers for the dutv im posed upon wool The difference between the duty given the manufacturers by the AN EXPERT Schedule of Jatlea Re cently Agreed Upon WASHIKGTON Crnr March A Brown of Massachusetts the wellknown sugar tariff expert is here imd has pres ntj ed to the members of the ways and means committee of the house and AWTUL TBAGEDY AT UPPEB ALTOH generally in a pamphlet a thorough I Illinois ExState Senator Probably Murdered con densation ot the sugar tariff question in which he takes the ground tdat a moderate reduction of the present duty on sugar may I be made without detriment to our suar in dustries or to the interests of consumers He holds that any radical reduction of duty will bo detrimental to every interest conj nected with the consumption and producI tion ot sugar in this country He criticises the proposal to classify all sugars up to No I 16 Dutch standard as raw sugars instead of up to No as present as simply nonsense FIRE NO 277 FIRE NO FIRE because it would add to the grades of raw sugars used in refining at the lower rates of duty proposed without the slightest benefit to consumers CONGRESSIONAL RECORD Over 808OOOOOO Aakcd for Pensions and 4500000 for Fortifications WASHINOTOV C1TT March introduced in the senate ytsterday a bill to auend the interstate commerce act The urgent djflciency bill was then pasiied after a debate in which Biihop Shanleysi charges against the government regarding Chip pewa Indians were emphatically contro verted by Teller Hawey spoke against aud Moody and Chandler for the educational bill Several public building bills were passed and the senate adjourned Bills were introduced in the house to pro mote the construction of a deepwater har bor on tho Texas coast placing cotton thread on the free list ExSenator Glllhaa Attacked by a Bur glar While in Bed Makes n Desperate Straggle for Life and Gets a Pistol IJall Through nig Body Near the Heart Murderous Tliief Escapes Pur sued by a Report That He Covraled UPPER ALTON Ills March ator Giilham grappled with a burglar at an early hour yesterday morning and was mor tally woundsd after a terriQe struggle Armed men were scouring the woods far and near ell day and hopes ara yet enter tained tha1 tho murderer will bis captured Ur Gillbam who is easily awakened was aroused just before daylight by a sound like the creaking of a door in the rooms below He lay still for a few minutes and then im aginiag that he heard the same noise less plainly as though an intruder were moving I about in one of the back rooms he threw a quilt around himself advanced to the head of the stiirway and listened again Here he j remained fully ten minutes without hearing any mnre noises and as his feet seemed to be almost frozen he retired Eaughing at the alarm occasioned as he then supposed by the distant rumbling of some passing ve hicle Attacked In His Bed Hard y had hcs touched hl bed however when he heard a sound which proved beyond appropriating for lorlifleations ami a joint resolution provid ing for the printing of 25000 copiss of the Question that nn iutruder was moving about eulogies on the late Jujge Kelley A reso ution was adopted asking tha war and in tenor olficera whether money could be saved by transferring tue pension bureau to the former The pension appropriation was then taken up in committea of tha whoe It appropriates Morrow said the expenditures of the bureau would reach a maximum about July 1 1804 when they would bo and the number of pensioners ToiOuO After discussion and with the bill siill pending the housa ad journed Favors Governmnnt Telegraph WASHINGTON Cm March Editor Rosiwater of The Omaha Boa who stated that he waa an experienced man ia the tele graph busiuess made an argument before tbe houso postotBce committee yesterday in favor of government ownership of the tele graph on general principles He charged that the wires had been manipulated during tha war to the detriment ot the government and said a 10 and 15 cent nte wouid be re munerative Tie government should buy all the lines in tha country An advantage of government owneiship he said would be tho aosence of strikes Tue AntJTrust Bill WASBIKOTOW CITY March Tha anti trust which Sherman reported to the senate yesterday prohibits all combinations which tend to prevent full an I ran competi tion in tho traffic in any article imported into or produced in tho United Suites or which tend to increase the cost of the same to this consumers Any person injured by such a combination m y sue for damages and recover without respect to the amount involved twice the amount of damages and cost of suit in any United States district court The Worlds Fair Hill WASHINGTON CITY March fight over tho Worlds fair bill has about elided tha question of iunds was set tled by the insertion of a provision in the bill to the effect that tho president is author ized to announce the time wheu the exposi tion iihall bo held and his proclamation in viting foreign nation to participate when ever shore has been filed with him satisfac tory proof that not less than has been raised or provided tor by the Illinois corporation Siecrctovy Tracys Predicament WASHINGTON CITY March court of inquiry will probably bo ordered to deter mine che responsibility for tho Despatch run 1 ning aground on Loiver Cedar Point shoal in the Potomac river IE a purely technical view of tho case bo taken the man wliom tus court will try will be Secretary Tracy as when he is aboard a United States vessel ha is the ranking officer Tho regular channel where the Despatch run aground is sijcty feet deep so ant there must have been some bad navigation Tho Subsidy Bill Nearly Iteadr WASHINGTONCITY March house committee ou merchant marine and fish eries have about completed their steamship subiady bill Ic is a simple subsidy giving a tonnage subsidy of 30 cents per boa tor every thousand miles traveled by American steamers between this and foreign countries No provision is made for fast ima or for regularity of in the rooms bolow It was the swinging of tha diningroom door Tho sound echoed harshly through the house and was followed by a footfall in ths parlor and a moment later tha robber entered Mr Giilhnms chamber and thinkiug the latter asltep pro ceeded io rensack the bureau drawers He suddenly turned a bullieya lantern on Mr Giilham found him awaka and made a rush for tha bed wheu Mr Giilham though an old man jumped out and seized the robber Desperate but Fatal Struggle A desperate stiuggla followed during which Gillhiim discovered that the burglar was a negro and that he had a revolver in his hand Jhey staggered around tha room for a few moments and then the 119510 shook off bis vieim and jumping lack thrust out hs revolver and firod twice The Cist bullet vvnt over Mr GilihotnsshouMer and struck the door Tue second bullet struck thu unfortunate man in the breast just over the heart and hi fell in front of the doorway Tkj noise of ths struggle and reports of the pistol aroused every onn in the house aud as tho murderer jiimprt over 3illhams boiy aul dartkdoutoC tlia houso he was secn iy several members of tho fam ily Mr OJlham was found unconscious and bleeding internally Uoliber Gols Away In the ling confusion tho robber es caped and tliouKh followed his pursuers lost olhim News of this shooting spread with wOHdi1ijl rapidity nn 1 croatml tho jeategt excitement Mr Giilham has re sided here lor many years and lias boMi nrhly honored by bis folow citizens who have time mid again sent him to r pr sent hem in tha legislature The special police if ihe iity all heavily nrmel at once took up th pursut aud were joined by thoentire night paiine forae of A ton who were or Icred by Mnvor UcFjkn to ruiunin with tho orco Irom this city until the robber is cap ured or his ouptura abandoned by he nnii from EJpper Alton Think Tliey Havo Him Cornered A strange man supposed to be tho mur derer was sighted half an hour later and upon being hoilcd van into the woods and was pursued by the pssp He was seen two hours later ly a small party and again es caped Wori came in late yesterday after noon that the man was in close quarters nnd would prolably bo taken Several of the party have returned and believe tha mur derer is beamed in so closely that ho will bo captured Sliot the Heart Mr Gillhams wound is very serious Tho ball tore an ugly passago through bis left breast in the region of th heart aud the WET GOODS SALE 1 Damaged by Water to be Sacrificed y Day of for Sale No Quality to Commence I i i SATURDAY MARCH 22 1890 Ouealys Old Stand 2 Doors South of Our Old Room ELEVENDEAD MEN The Result So Far of the Indi anapolis Fire TWO Mf BE VICTIMS STJBE TO DIE physicians soveral of whom held a consulta tion last nigbt have declared tbat to probe for it now would be fatal Mr Giilham has a wonderful constitution however and it is said an effort will bo made to extract the bullet Mrs Gillbam is completely pros trated by the tragedy She refuses to leave the bed side of her husband and there is fear tbat tlio mental and physical strain may prove too much for her The wouncotl man was resting easily at last reports but the physicians give no hopo for his recovery The burglar got about S2S Giiiham ia one of most prominent men in the community probably the fore One Mnn Pinioned for Fourteen Houn and Xwept Alive with The Department Relief Fand Hurrlsons Subscrip Hovey Defeated in Base Ball Notes INDIANAPOLIS March ruins of Bowen Merritts book store were sur rounded by an anxious throng Tuesday morninr many of whom had been there ever sincethe catastrophe occurred One more dead body was recovered early in the morning Thomas Black reported dead In thesa dispatches is among the wounded while the additional dead are Charles Jen kins Anthony Voltz and Henry Woodruff The name Burkhoult in these dispatches should have been Burkbardt Ho was taken from the ruins aJive It is thought that there are more dead among tha debris Kept Alive with Whisky During tho search for bodies early Tuesday morning a man was discovered pinned down by a heavy timber which however simply not crush or hurt him it would be hours beore he could be reached nnd it was imperative that be should ba aus taiued with food or he would die from ex haustion A peculiar device was resorted to A rubber tube was lowered to the unfortu nate mans mouth and ia this manner be was fed wiili whisky For fourteen hours he lay in his dangerous positiou Every r or eat nti on tluinv sii west sml Mills bill and tho proposed measure is only 10 per cent After giving to the manufac turers a compensatory duty for tha duty upon wool yarns and cloths aro made duti able at 40 er cent ad valorem additions iHpot woolen goods at 30 per cent and ready made ioic residence ou Osnge street for clothing at 00 per cent Tbe sugar scnedule is as given in these dis patches yesterday and molasses is put at 25 Invited to Invvitifntc Crnr March letter was read to the house postofflce committee yesterday from Dr Norrin Green of the Western Union inviting the committee to visit tile offices of the company in New York and with the assistance of experts make a thorough examination of the books and me chanical facilities of the company Wheat Imported into Portugal WASHINGTON CITY March United States minister at Lisbon reports to tho ds partmeat nt state that by decree which took effect Feb 38 the duty on all for eign wbeat imported iinto Portugal was re duced from 20 to 13 reis a Itilogratn most citizen of the county old He is C4 vears i residence on Columbia ct brick residence No5 nr sale on easy payments percent ad valorem r or enquire of I Sew Leglslati VL M GORDON Esme Room ko DltHfc Logansport TtiiRD POINT ax iVmV There are iwr ral quiKioaand iion The zs gan by when American expcc inherit po IVty want o makt i to Jo this ttleywanl 3 dl truth re tSe personal pre If yen an an hoaesl and selfreliant it iiencst and indc vo Provisions A naw legislative provision in tho bill re initKjrtations to show where they from so as to put a stop to the practice of bringing foreign products to this country with American Grands on them thus sup planting American goods Another bly the provision repeals tbe law admitting the sup the cass for government and government coni tractors free thus requiring the government I to stand on tho same ground as citizens Total Redaction of The till it is thought will reduce the irev onues about and of this reduc tion about JS7OOo000 will ba secured by the cut on sugar and from S17uOOOuOO to 000000 by the internal revenue features of the bill The free list which contains irith a few exceptions all tna items in the senate bill and lew others which were not in tha senate bill wili is is moke reduc tion ot between and 11600000 The revisions made throughout the tariff schedules are expected to make np Indicted or Murder Crnr March grand jury oil the District oE Columbia yesterday brought in an indictment ugainst Charles E Eoncaid for tho murdw of William P Taul bee Kcsplto for the NHVIUIK Blotna BALTIMORE Md March Bond and Morris of the United States circuit court have granted writs of error in the cases of Georgo Sky Henry Jones and Ed ward Smith the three negroes convicted of murder it JSavassa island and heratofore sentencted to be hangtd an March The grants a stayipf execution until the TTnited States supremo Terribly Beaten by DES JIoiVES Ia March John Cross foreman of tte city waterworks pumping station was brutally assaulted by tiro em ployes Monday and is not expected to live Early last week Cross got into an alterca tion with two brothers Sharks and Gus Praibe and discharged them The men had been negligeut in the discharge of thuir duties but upon promise of good behavior and future faithfulness they were reem ployod The discharge rankled in the breast of the brothers and when Cross ordered them to perform thair work in a more satis factory manner they both assaulted him Charles use 1 his shovel in the fray and striking Cross the head smashed the skua Verdict on the Lake Shore Disaster BUFFALO S Y ilarch testi mony in the Lako Shore accident investiga tion was flcisihed yesterday and after five hours deliberation tha jury returned a ver dict censuring the company for not enforc ing its rules and stating that Superinten dent Couch ln tha opuaion of the jury knew that trains were running in an unsafe condition Conductor Houghtaling is found personally responsibe for the accident Thnglsm at Connell Cocycn BIUTFS Iowa March i sm is rampant here owini of tbe city administrations Carl Snyder editor of The Nonpareil was held up and robbed at 12 oclock at night on a prominent feeling over tie expulsion of tae gamblers I is bitter and nay lead to trouble Something a Election Lawi Boomers aud Cattlemen AxsipoiJS Md March March great Toadvil yesterdayintroduced a bill making many boomers went south Moudar but rating compulsory in this state It pro rides a fine il 5 and costs for not voting at an election aid ia aimed at the welltodo ara derelict in claiming privileges minute It was expected that the huge pi ce of timber would sink and crush out what life remained in tho man and the rescuers worked heroically to release him and at a m he was released One More Dead Two Others Dylue Tuesday night John Burkhardt died at the city hospital Tho relief committee made careful inquiry into the condition of the wounded Tuesday and it is now certain that at least two more will soon ba added to the list of dead Thesa ara Samue Nenl and TV illinm Partee The catastrophe has killed or crippled nearly twofifths of the fire de partment Of the eightyEix men on thu pay rolls twentynine wentdown iu tho wreck and several others were injured by falling rubbish aud aro not ab e for duty The to tal death roll is now eleven President Telegram The relief fund thus far raised agerreates nearly Preident Harrison sent a telegram of sympathy and a check for Attorney General Miller sent The presidents telegram is addressed to the mayor and is as follows The distressing calamity which befell our city yesterday resulting In the and maiming of so any of our brave firemen hai ex ited interest and sympathy her J desire to have a citizens part in the work of relief wot h I hipe will be prompt and general Mr Cale will hand S200 BcyjASfts HABBJJSON A message tttaaktnj the president was sent in reply DECIDED AGAINST GOV HOVEY Two Superior Court Decisions Fight for LVBIAVAPOLIS March Democrats have been given two important decisions in the superior cours in their fight with the governor for possession of the offices of chief of the bureau of statistics and state mine in spector Judge Howland decided ttiat W A Peelle shall hold the former office till an election is had by tha people his commiision from Governor Gray being to fill a vacancv and that the governor has no power to aj TRIAL OF LIEUT STEELE I The Officer Who Abugel Prlrato Wild Before a Courtaiurtial CHICAGO March courtmartial for the trial of Lieut M P Steela on a charge of conduct tanding to destroy tary order and dis Spline assembled iu this city yesterday The case is the one which has caused so much newspaper talk in which Private Ball refused to do some wok ordered by the lieutenant and was later given a severe sentence by a courtmartial which sentence the president sot aside Col James P Wade preside I Copt Murray was judge advocate aud Lieut Crowder was counsel for Lieut Steels Wild Telln His Story The court convened at 12 m to tha min ute and as soon as this preliminaries were completed Private VFill was called His tes timony was to the eff act that ou Oct 24 last he had refused to assist Lieut Steele in plac ing somo canvas on a shed at that officers quarters because as he understood the mili ary orders uo en isted man was required to work officer Upon refusing to help Io this work btoele bucatne very angry ursed him and struck him in the face and Jheri ordered his arr st Steele called him a miserable deserter and told the corporal who put him under arrest not to lose sight af him for a moment Wild said he was trillingto carry wood and water for tho of ficers but that tho work required by Steele was menial Declared To Bo Irrelevant The defense attempted to provo that Wild had regretted that he did not kill Steel and that Wild hal deserted from tha Fit teonth infantry but the testimony was ruled out as Win was not on trial WiU himself refused to answer these questions declaring that that they had nothing to do with the case but that wnat he did say was thit he would rather kill SteeJe thin strike him as In the former cass he would havo been tried by a civil court and got justice whereas I cant get no justice in a courtmartiaL He admitted that Steele wanted him only to belphimdo tbe objcWonable work Cor poral Scctt who arrested Wild corrobor ated the prisoner so far as he was a witnew to anything but he did not neo Stele as sault Wild This ended the case ifor the prosecution and tha court adjourned for the day Tbe Accnter and the Public Wild Is not a man to attract favorable notice He has the swagger and physiog nomy Of a tough and looks like a denizen of the Jevae in this city pendent bill which calls for about S360U0 000 annually a klitional bo was confident would ba passed within n few wjekj Ho tho veterans taking what could get instead of asking that impossible Lower Interest for loiva DTCS HOISES In March senate Monday passed a bill reducing tha hgal rato of interest to 8 per cent Yesterday tUi bouse passed tho bill in slicrt order only five votes being cast against it Tho 3 ceuL faro bill was advvrusly reported A bill making it unlawful to uso obscene ian guage was favorably reported also n bill to prohibit th growing of this tles the bills to ngulate sleeping car charges and requiring tickets t be good to any person without limitation were lor indefinite postpone ment TUa senate passed a bill providing for the granting of state diplomas to normal school graduates A resolution Bxiag final adjournment on April 15 was adopted The two parties held caucusses last night to nominate regents for tha state university etc Said Chicago Oeof WM Rotten ANNAPOLIS Md March was taken yesterday by the bousa on the bill pro Tiding for the inspection of al western meats coining into this state an 1 practically excluding that product by a tax Collins of Talbot county tue father of tha bill de fended it and charged that so ue of tho beef coming from Chicago was actually rottoa Members from Baltimore city denounced the measure and asserted that Chicago beat was better than that killed around Baltimore Thi bill was lost bv a rote 23 nays 43 Kapoleon Iven Out of NEW YORK March S Ives was re leased from jail yester lay His bondsmcu are George H Stoyn r Jr an I George W Stryker in the civil suit and Henry Hum bleton in the criminal suit Barn Destroyed by Flie MABTIYSVHLE Ind March Urge barn o W Sciggs detroy d by fire with contents including six had of horses and tvocows Loss no in surance Prohibition Nominated SHELBYVILLE Ind March Pro hibitionists of this the Seantu congression al district have nominated Charles Culbert of this city for congress Nevcrtaeless the Booster Mcui Notci popuace is in sympathy with him The Henry Miller superinten lent of thCia court is open and there were about 400 peo cinnati and Rchmond divsion has b en an 1 PIfS8Dt yesterdaF every time Wild pointel sup nn tenant of conrtruction on P0 e was loudappUuie the Jeffersonville Madison and indiaaaoolis wnich the courtdid not attempt to check railway io succted W J Biack to be cro moted In the yesterday morniog the news camo from reli able sources that thu cavalry were on ths way and would sorely ejMt them and they are now stopping between here and the line to wait developments Most of thojia that entered the strip from this point have come out but some still remain The cattlemen ara holding sacret meetings here aud are discusstnj the situation ami planning IBor the future They will endeavor Tx bring at least a part of their cattle int sovereigns point to the office In the case of the mine inspector Judge Walker held that Tisloe was not entitled to the salary of the office and that McQuade the Democrat is the le gal officer Is Wrnsn Goinc with the Players IXDIAXAPOLIS March is believed here that the Indianapolis dub is about to be transferred from th2 Laagne to the Brother hood Brush has visited Cleveland Pitts burg and Chicago and nowae and Schmidt have left for the east He declares that he did not see Spalding at Chicago and did not go there to see him also that he did not aee League presidents either in Cleveland or Pittsburg All of these cities have Brother i hood clcbs 1 BISMARCK HAS RETIRED H Couldnt Agree with th KalMr ud l the It BOM SfKLOf Harch The censorship which was established over telegrams Monday evening was continued until 2 oclock yester day afternoon alter which all dispatches were allowed to pass as formerly Prince Bismarck and his son resigned their places Monday the difficulty being over the vexed question of the throne of Hanover emperor wanted to agree to the demand ot Dr Windthorst leadjr of the Roman Catho that the larger portion of the Guelph fund be restored to tbe duke of Cumbonand who claims the throne of Hanover This Bismarck would not agree to Social In tbe Cabinet The Prussian ministry also resignefi but their resignations were merely a formal act customary upon the resiznai ion of the prime minister but it i reported that the resigna tion of Coont Bismarck and Herr Von May bach were seriously tend rad ani rnjiy ba ac cepted Heiren Goldscbmit and other Freisennig deputies were invited to toe court banquet an acton the part of tbe smperor which is unprecedented It is stated that Professor Hank and Herr Miqnrf will enter the cabinet as an the emperors desire to leeisUte for the peope OPPOSED TO SEBVICE PENSIONS Hn Aljer Srnyo Conrrmt I nemd Airmlnt the Measure MDWACSZE Wis March The an nual department encampment of the G A R convent d in this city yesterday morning The morning session was wholly taken np with business After tha credentials of the delegates were presented ami approved and ck to Ix pro to general manager of the Monon system The barn of Daniel McStel near LaFon Uine Wabosh county bejn by flre oss 2000 iaiuranc tS 0 Representatives of the State Ball met at Marion and adopted a comtl tution and bylaws and made final arrange menu for the ceaaon Judge Lyon ot ihe Wiconsin supremo court has delivered an on tnsta ning Judge of the Rocn county circut court inadecsion that the reading of the Bible in public schools is unc nstliuional Won a Prize ior Oratory CRAWTOEDSTmtx Ind March eighteenth an anal BelBin oratorical contact limited to members of tbe senior class waa held at Center church There were six con testants Tkii jndgpsawarded first place to organization effected the department He Discovered Natural r commanders annual address and tha V t and referred At the evening HABTFOBI Crnr Ind March 1943eorge semioo iQjnunanderinChfef Rnss11 A Al W Carter diel at Eatoa He had a stroke ger made a speech in which said that oa of paralysis in February from which he to Washington recently he disooT never rallied Carter was the disco v the congressmen and senators ware erer of natural gas in jj was irrevocsbly opposed to the service pensioa to plncfc and energytiat tbefiratgn UU wtach ivillcall for 8150033003 aridi well in the state was a totceet tlonal HBDronriation each year Tha da CREAM BAKING T the ot tte KTCM PH1CB rork ia Linn or Alum CO onlj   

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