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   Logansport Pharos (Newspaper) - March 21, 1890, Logansport, Indiana                                LOGANSPOBT DAILY PHARO YEAK FfilDAY EVENlfltf MAJiGfl 2i NO 279 JOHM BRAYS Corner EXIT BLAIES BHL Senate Kills the National Education Measure Owing to the disagreeable weather of Instweek we have concluded to continue our sale of Lais Muslin Underwear For Ano tier Week SEVENTEEN EEPTTBLIOA1US YOTE NO P s Goods will be added tot e stock this week D IOlAXS OPEKA HOCSJE AM UOIAN MVNAOKIi Monday March 24th Dan McCarthys Go TRUE IRISH HEARTS Tho Greatest ot all Irian Iicturosiiuo Plays protluied with its ordinal New ork cjiist New KKIDUIIO Scenery Meolmnleul tftocts und rroptrtles NEW MUSIC NEW SONGS NEW DANCES SOUKS lii Roil Jrlili Lnnxunjra A aeuulne Iiisi HUB Player d y pnss mil public the beet Irish Drama ever wrUtou ami IM Uoaerveil Sonts Its Persistent Advocate Motion for Protests Against the Proposed AntiImmigra tion Talk from Ed itor A Cliarg AcainBt the Italiiin Unseated from the National Capitol WASHINGTON CITY March sen ate yesterday did probably tho moat impor tant piece of work so far done in the present congress in tlafoatiiig the Blair educational bill Biair made the closing sipeech before the vote was taken and said be looked upon the education of the colored people as the solution of tho race question But the white people constituted tha great ratiss the na tion and on their condition depended the future of tho United States and on the future of the United States lhe future of the world Why Edmunds Favored Itbe Blil Tho first vote taken was upon aa Amend ment including the Indians among the bene ficiaries ot the bill and in speaking to this amendment EJtnunds took tho opportunity to say a few words in support of the bill itself which bo declared was perfectly con stitutional He favored the bill because he believed it would diminish the friction be tween tho ignorant blades imd the intelli gent aristocracy of the south He believed that when the poor colored people come to know a Hctl3 more thoy would see that the landowner tho man of education and prop erty was their besl friend and that it would be better to entrust him with the ad ministration of local affairs than to entrust it to Ignorant men Bow the Voted The amendment was agreed to Blair say ing thut ho had no objection to it and the vote on tuo bill was uexi in order As soon as it was soeu that it was defeated Blair changed his vote to nay in order to move a reconsideration The yea vote was as follows Allison Chandler Cullom Dawes Dolph Edmunds EvartsHigglris Hoar McMillan Manderson Mitchell Moody Merrill Pottigrew Platt Squire Stantoid Stewart Stockbridge Teller Wilson la Colquitt Daniel George Hampton Hearst Pasco Nays Blah Davis Dixon Farwell Prye Hale Hawley His oock tngalls Jones Pierce Plumb Sawyer Sherman SpoonerWolcott Dem Berry Backburn Blodgett Cookrcll Coke Faulkner Gorman Gray Harris Jones Keuna Morgan Payne Reagan Turpie Vest Voorhoes Walthall and Wilson Tho following pairs were announced But ler Vance Paddoclc Casey GHbson Brown and Call who wero tor tin bill with Quay McFhtrson Hansom Wash burn Beck and Cameron who wore opposed to it GERMAN CITIZENS SPEAK OUT Beady for the Guillotine WASHINGTON Crrr March house yesterday just before the vote on the Maryland contested election case was tuken Coznpton the contestee was awarded the Boor He closed as follows I only want to say that I siipposse the guillotine is ready and the axe sharpened If this is so the victim is ready and while he falls with the hot breath of earnest protest on his lips he will fall without a quiver I am made I hope to God of that kind of stuff that does not know how to crook the pregnant hinges of the knee that thrift may tollow fawn ing Applause on the Democratic side NOVEL INIQUITIES A Cincinnati Man Tackles a So ciety Editor ACCUSED OF A DESPICABLE CHIME A XewlYMarrled Woman ky Anonrmong Man in Belleville for and Hng glMB Girls Against Their ment of a Mason City la Man with His Clerks Pretty Wife CiscrsNATi March sensation was FIRE Trouble Over the Tariff Bill WASHIXOTOX CITY March yes twrday the individual members of the house i by the ar ways and means committee were besieged by j rest Qf Howard Sasby editor of The Porcu representatives of the various interests that will be affected by the tariff bill A large delegation ot Boston shoe man entered pro terts against features in the bill The smelt ers and refiners were also on hand to object to any change from the decision of the sec retary of the treasury allowing lead ores to come ia free when mixed with silver which exceeds the lead ore in value A Cruel Compliment WASHINGTON CITY March very cruelly placed a basket of fresh flow ers on Comptons desk in the house yester day and instantly the remark went all over the house that some one was placing flowers on his congressional grave for it was a fore gone conclusion that the bousa would in the afternoon vote to unseat Compton and give the place to it did A Job for a Hoosier WASHINGTON CITY March The sec retary of the treasury has appointed James W Thompjon of Jeffjrsonrille Ind to be chief of the miscellaneous division of the treasury department THE KAISER TO BISMARCK A letter Full of Tender Affection and Royal Gratitude BEBLIN March Emperor Will iam has sent Prince Bismarck a formal ac ceptance of his resignation and with it a re script couched in the most cordial terms thanking him for his past services and ap pointing him the Duke of Lauenburg col onelgeneral of the cavalry and fieldmar sh il general CountHerbert Bismarck re pine on the charge criminal libel pre ferred by James McDonald Less than a tains the offices of minister of foreign af fairs ad interim The Empire Is Peace year ago Mr McDonald was quietly married in 3 ew York to Mrs Carrie Briggs Mr McDonald is the of Alexander Me Douald of Clifton with whom he is associ ated in tho management of the Standard United Tank Line company Mrs Briggs the daughter of Mrs John Rule is from one of the old wellknown families of this city and was temporally residing in New York at the time of thejfaarriage A Detlfntful Honeymoon After the wedding Mrfnnd Mrs McDonald sailed to Cuba and tlfenco to Spain and after spending a delightful honeymoon of six months or more returned to this city It was not long vbef ore they wi comfortably at home in the old Kellogg res idence in Avondale and surrounded by pleasant f Hands and luxuries of life that money could purchase they settled down to the enjoyment Of life An AnonymrfuiXlbeler They had hardlv mojred Into their new home when a lady in ttts neighborhood re ceived a scurrilous anonymous epistle at tacking the character of Mr McDonaldanc his wife The letter contained no definite accusation but it was evidently the inten tion of the writer by vague insinuation to poiscn the mind of the lady to whom it was directed against her new neighbors She turned the letter owsrto her husband who in turn showed it to Mr McDonald Two Persons That gentleman had about concluded to pay no attention to the matter as he did not wish to worry his wife when he heard o similar letters that had been sent to othe well known Avondale people He then eon In tho course of his rescript the emperor I suited tho pnstofhVo authorities and em ys Bismarcks wise and energetic policy of S detectives So far aa Ban be learnei 12thSt DrugStore URN1TURE RICES THE LOWEST Our Noue but the Beat Allowed to Leave our Salesroom Kor sale J desirable dwellings on east IJroadwav For sale 3 desirable residences on east jSorth street For sale 0 desirable residences on Spear street For sale 1 desirable residence at 802 Spear street For sale 1 desirable residence on west Broadway For sale 1 desirable residence on Chippiwa mid Prnit streets For trade citv property for farms For trade farms for city property For trade farms for all kinds of mer chandise A stock of dry goods to trade for n stood farm A slock of boots and shoes to trade for a jiOul farm For trade ft farm worth for dlv residence For sale i brick residence on the Soiitliside with three lots located on the river For saK n stone und brick residence with a business room Will rent at per month For sale at n bargain 3 dwellings on east Spear street will bring 10 per cent on the investment For snle a residence on Columbia St west Vamlnlii depot Desirable residence on Osage street for t sale at 31700 For rent brick residence No537 Broadway or for sale ou cssy payments For particulars enquire of Vigorous Protests Against Clio Proposed Immigration Legislation WASHINGTON CITY March senate and house committues on immigration met in joint session yesterday morning and heard protests against the passage of any laws restricting foreign immigration Ed ward Rose water editor aad proprietor of The Omaha Bee made the first address He stated that ho rapveraited a number of Ger man societies and societies of other national ities in tho west and propossd to tell the committee of the views they entertained On the subject Fie said that but 9638635 im migrants Imd arrived in the country in the last thirtythree years Ho himself was born In Bohemia and was as good au American citizen as his brothers who wore all in America The accident of birth did not make thorn any better than lie This belief in pride of national birth ho believed to be a survival of barbaric fanaticism TVhat Pauper Labor Is Wood lor Tho pauper laborers transplanted on this side ot the ocean wero generally supposed to injure the interests our laboring people This ho contended was not so When the pauper laborers came to thiii country their condition became better Thisir wonts were greater and they consequently became greater consumers The native Americans had given up the heavier kinds of labor and these immigrants wero needed to take their places Tho Americans who worked on the streets and railroads today were compara tively few There haJ been a great deal said about tho Italians in this country Mr Kosewater said that ho for ons had a ten der fooling for Italy Christopher Colum bus the discoverer of America was an Italian and the Italians were skilled in the arts find sciences hundreds of years before America had beou thought ol Ho believed in the adoption of tlio goldfin rule towards foreigners With Ecgard to the Socialists Persons who believed that ihjro was some thing wrong with the machinery of govern ments were classed as Socialists Senator Mitchells bill would prohibit thair immi gration to America yot Edward Bellamy and Henry George who were rank Social ists were allowed to live hero and distribute their books about tho country Ha believed that the present law was sufficient if prop erly enforced and was backed up by Rich ard Bartholdc of Thu S Louis Tribune who presented a ariias tho pro posed legislation froii itic can societies which bai 1 tlii uposjl legislation was fuil o piiit teat characterized tuo treatm ic ui vuj coioaio by George I1L The i a chief faction in thu ic iac country and had uhvays v loUl fa riots Makes a Jlr Celso Csesar Moreno ui luiiau by birth but a promtneui citiz u of Washing ton said the Italia n emigre uis be an excellent acquisition for AIIITICI it tbey could free themselves from tuecxujl padrone system that bringis them to this country through false representations with as he as serted the complicity of the Italian minis ters and consuls in tbe United States who divide the spoils that grow out of the traffic The Italian consulate in New York city he said was the headquarters of this nefarious traffic in human flash says B pence by which his majesty is resolved to be guided in tho future being fully con vinced of its correctness will always be remembered abroad and well deserves recognition It is not in the emperors power to reward Bismarck for his services but as a sign of lasting thanks he confers upon him the dignity Duke of Lauen burg and presents himwith a lifesize oil painting of himself laflty for thOld Cuancellov The emperor declares that acceding to a request made on tho IBth inst he grants the prince permission to retire hoping confi dently that in the future as in the past the fatherland will profit by the princes con stant energy and faithful devotion The emperor had hoped that the necessity of such a separtion would not arise during his lifetime He regarded it as the most prov idential dispensation of his life that he had had the prince by his side What the princa had achieved for Prussia and for Germany and what bo had been to him his house and his predecessors he would ever preserve in grateful memory Very Royally Aflertionatc The rescript teems with terms indicative oj affection and of admiration for tho services ot the late chancellor The emperor warmly thanks the prince for his invaluable services with the army as a military leader during the time of the Emperor William I and in the present day and adtls that he knows he will be at one with the sentiment and desire of the army in retaining the prince in the highest rank by appointing him colonel general of cavalry and fleld marshal general The rescript is couched in language of the most tender character and ends with the words God bless you my dear prince and grant you many years of untroubled old age brightened by the consciousness of duty truly fulfilled FIRE NO FIRE WET GOODS SALE Qamaged by YVater to be Sacrificed Regard for jOpt or of Sale to Gommence I UL SATURDAY MARCH 22 1890 Ouealys Old Stand 2 Doors South of Our Old Room ROUGH ON PRIVATE WILD ployed detectives So far a a 01 the letters have been written by two per sons af Isast One was evidently writte by a man while one or more were writte by a woman But Mr McDonald startec after the person who is supposed to have in stigatsd the stories against him wife The Porcupine Charges Shortly after Mr McDonalds marriage Tho Porcupine a weekly paper charge tliHt Mrs Briggn had spent months soutli and that Mr McDanalajjj settled the bills It wasulsocharged tia Donald had been engaged to at least a dozen women and broken ctV the engagements that ho had engaged himself to ladies who were prepared iov the ceremony whon ha marriEid Mrs Brigss and that his escapades would not permit him to enter society with his wife It was because of thiss charges Snxby was arrested TOO FREE WITH HIS KISSES A MOTHER AFFECTION Slie Resists an Attempt to Believe Her ol Her Young Children NEW YOBK March sad case ol poverty and affliction came up in the Har lem court Wednesday It was that of Mrs Maggie Deeley who was deserted by her husband who ran away it is said nimi months ago with his wifes sister Mrs Deeley has supported herself and nine chil dren with the help that her three eldesb cues supplied They aro respectively 15 14 and 13 years old Tbe Childrens society caused the poor woman to appear in court and tried to compel her to give up tho care of her youngest six children but poor as she is slie does not wish to part with any them The case was dismissed Her rent isnow due and it is notimproba blo that she will be evicted As she was pass ing out of tho court into the storm with her infant in her arms Officer Becker took oil ins rubbsr coat andgave it to the thinly clad wiimau to cover her child M M Pension and llenl Estate Agent Room No 3 Ellintt Block Ijogansport Iml Ycu should rewlTH a CHICA GO DAILY NEWS liiecause its i age when every bcdy readviwi the paper you bring into your tuailv should have something ot value foe Jl The special interestr of women are not over looked in DAUY NEKS And you dont want to readingmat ter into vour taroily Youdont want toput indecent or trnoionil reading into tbe hands of youi children Voa will never make a taistalce on thili score if you take home Tm OMIT NEW The neYCDttpera are the great educators of this nation The strength of chenacionUes purity cf its firesides rntr l circulation is a ayei weekani it by mail 35 months cttU u Proceedings In Senate and House WASHETGTOS Crrr March protest of the Pork Packers association of St Louis against the meat inspection bill was pre sented in the senate yesterday A bill was introduced providing that wrtiflcial be supplied to veterans Ones isvery three yews instead of five yearslThe educational mil was then taken up for final action Speeches were made by Blair and IJdmunds in sup port thereof and then the vote on third reading was taken SInays 37 Seven Democrats voted yea and seven teen Republicans nay Blair entered a mo don to reconsider A torlet executive ses sion was held and the senato adjourned In the housearesolution of the ture against tho adulteration tit lard presented Tha JfaddCimpton contort was then taken ijp Coujptan was 159 to Mudd took the oath and the aeat The house then went into committee on the pension bill but tha committee im mediately aroet wad the teise ad jonnwd Tbe Trouble In the Transvaal March 21 News from Pretoria i in capital of the Transvaal republic is to iiiu effect that an address has been presented to President Kruger by the Boers In the address the Boers announced their readiness to revenge themselves upon the perpetratoira ot the insults lately cast upon the flag of the republic at Johannes uurg Replying to the address the president dismisses the affair as the work of drunken rowdies and declares that the mass of the people of the Transvaal are friendly to the republican form of government Suicide of a Minneii polls Printer ST PAUL Minn March Peter Pier son a printer for the West Publishing con pany jumped from the Kobert street bridge ttfty feet high into the Mississippi rirer 1st 7 oclock last evening His brain were dashed out against a pier and he Was deiid when picked up He had suffered from iin attack of fever which left him in a state Au Oscillatory Maniar Ctiptnretl at Uclle ville 3f Louis March Blleville kiss er who has frightened the Indirect Belle ville for Iho lias finally come to grief About J oclock Wednesday nveninjj as one of tho most estimable young ladies Belleville was passing the corner Eiote land and Firat Snulh street alone she grasped from behin br n man and held in a vicelike grip Tbe man htgocd ami kissed her for several uiiiutes the tirl being so badly frightened that i oud not scream The Knffiaii iicht After a terrific struggle shu freed Lorself from his grasp and ran clown tho street screaming for help while tho kisser ran in an opposite direction Several gentlemen whose feminine relatives or acquaintances had been assaulted on previous evenings were on the watch and traced the fellow to the AVashington house The police went to his room and upon opening tho door they found a well dressed mansix set two inches in height with a butchpr kuifo in his hands who defled them to arrest him He Misses His Wife Probably The officers drew their revolvers but with difficulty placed him under arrest At the station he gavo no explanation for his con duct Ho at first cried and then played the mad act but in a few minutes was lodged safely in a cell He gave his name as Wal ter Delahanty and said that he formerly re sided in Chicago but had separated from his vtifo He has been in Belleville about lour months Kan Away with H Is Clerks Wife MASOJS Crrr la March J Steven son of Aurora Ills to this city re cently and engaged in business Mrs Ad die K Stoddard also from Aurora with her husband came here about the same time and the latter was employed by Stevenson as a clerk Mrs Stoddard who is very pretty captivated Stevenson and tho affair culminated in their elopement They first went to Peoria then on to Aurora and have now gone to eastern Michigan Leonora EniseUl CHICAGO March 2L Miss Leonora Ensell who Clarence Krout and his mother with conspiracy to secure her moneyhas given herself up to the police for protection as she is afraid of Krouts friends will make an attempt to prevent her from appearing against him She is stopping at the Dasplaines street sta tion Tile Danville Infants Are Tired DASTTJLE Els March Bar ker aged IS has begun suit for divorce against his wife Nellie ilay aged 16 on th ground of infidelity The young peopl were married last December and only livec together a month If the Stories Are True He to Have Been a Very Bad Keg CHUIAOO March Dol Wild got a verbal pummeling in the Steele court martial yesterday that was a good deal more damaging to him than the thump the lieu tenant is alleged to have given him Indeed it may be that the developments have evon spoiled his usefulness as a dime museum freak Some corrections were made in the record one being for Wild who explained that his mwuxrag when ho testified Wednes day with refejenco to getting members of his troop to vouch for his veracity was that he did not wish to call any man for that purpose as it would make the man liable to illtreatment by the officers Was Laying for Steele The flrst witness was Wild himself who was asked with reference to certain re marks he had made to Sargt Wenrith in charge of the recruiiing station in this city Wild refused to answer repeating his former reply that it had nothing to do with tha case that he was not on trial Sergt Wenrith was then called and said that Wild had a conversation with him some weeks ago in which he declared that Steele had refused once to do him a favor and that he had been laying for him ever since ad mitted that ho had been iu the army before he joined the Eightb cavalry that when he recit ved the order to go to Steoles house he told his comrades he would not obey the lieutenants orders though tie would have obeyed those of any other otJScer und that his purpose was to get Steele into trouble aud if possible have him cashiired He boasted thai he would make lots o money out of the aflair and that he hud several offers from dime musaums and interlarded his talK with great and vulgar abuse of ieut Steele This statament of Wild had 3een made voluntarily and with an air of raggadocio Wild Farther Dlacredlted Sergts Hannaghan Brown Schaal and ilusician Kramer all of Wildt troop testi fed that Lieut Steeles bearing to the men was habitually courteous and gentlemanly whie Wi da reputation was as habitually bad Every one declared that no soldier need fear to testify the truth against an officer and believed that every man in the troop would so testify Sergt Shaw said that about every man ia the troop had had occasion tocuil Wild a liarand emphatically denied that privates had anything to fear rom the officers if tliey testified to damag ng facts against said officers Showing Up Wilds Booord Lieut Crowder counsel for Sieele than read the record of Private Wild prefacing the reading by saying that newspapers all over the country bad held up Wild as a martyr and he wanted to show what sort of a martyr he was Wild had been la troop F Eighth lixteeu months and during that Urns be had spent 199 days in the guard house bean eonrtmartimiil six times imprisoned once tor disobedience of oidaM oaca for quitting his post of duty and four times for other offenses He had t similar record in the Fifteenth infantry This ended tie days proceedings SHAKY BUILDINGS jaiTsoutencj for tho same Ho has i good his escape from tuo jail Wednesday j a party of men and women of Crawfords villo paid him a visit and the sheriff per The Indianapolis Fire Develops mitted Corey to go out and cat dinner with Some Bad Cases WHOLE BOW BEADY TO TUMBLE the m the deputy sheriff accompanying tha party YThile they were in the midst of tho meal Corey walked out of the room to when his friends had everything in readiness anil was driven rapidly away in tho direction of Cnxwfordsville Horrible M In Africa I03BOS March Advices from Qnilli East Africa are that a Portuguese customs official and his eisoort of 800 natives have been massacred near take Found Desxl HiTiLEt Wis March 21 piir ties explored the burning Germania mine yesterday forthe bodies of Sullivan Banks and Walker the missing miners At last Ihe bodies were found on ths fourth level Sullivan and Banis had their arms locked and ware evidently trying to help each other when death overtook them Tbe flre is still burning in the western part of tbe mine There is a direct question of veracity in the inquiry into the discipline of Comman der McCalla of ithe tl S Enterprise on bTdid rhe Mayor Orders Several To Be Pulled Down and Brings on u Legal Figlht Iha Capital City Ball Club Said to Bare Been A Con victed Slugger Hooiier IXDIAXAPOLIS March Five streams af water were kept playing upon the rub sish of the BowenMerrill and block Bros throughout the night and by 8 oclock m the ruins were thought to have cooled rf sufficiently to admit of reaumiag the search for the body of Fireman Woodruff and others supposed to be under the debris A doubt as to the safety of continuing the work was suggested und the m were Milled off When the Becker block fell Wednesday evening a part of ths rear wall iras left standing and this stood threaten iigly over the spot Preparations were made for pulling down the threatening wall but it was the only support of the Sloan block and with its fall the latter would tumole down and destroy Sloans stock of drugs Tue Buildings Muit Come Dewn It was therefore determined to order Sloan to vacate Mayor Sullivan ordered an official investigation of the Sloan ani Was buildings The examining architects at once inspected the two blocks and made a unanimous report that both were in a very dangerous condition Mayor Sullivan at ordered Wassen to remove his stock The order to tear down the Sloan and IVas sen buildings is regarrltxl as equivalent to cirdoring the Arcade block east of Wassiens and the Mack block west of Sloans to be torn down also and the owners are remov ing their stocks The property involved In the order is worth S2UOOOU Insurance Men Protfit Local insurance have formally pro tested against ithe order to tear it down There is nearly 150000 insurance on the four buildings The mayor gave till morning to remove stock The in surance men threaten to apply to the courts or an injunction Public sentiment is very muoh in favor of tearing down the build ings Relief Fund Growing The fund for the wives and children of the dead firemen is constantly increasing and now aggregates about and two ben efit concerts have been arranged for next wwik It is now believed that all tha in jured will ultimately recover A Cherry TonyVoltz Diirid Lowry Thomas Black Espy Stormer ind Al Hotf man have baen buried Coronar Wagner is continuing bis investigation Tbe testified tfeat there was no appearance of danger whan tbe man ware sent upon the root DR WAGNERS LUNACY HAS INDIANAPOLIS 3DLD OUT It IneitM Him to Hrlng ApUnit Ad ami Expreu Company WASHWOIOX Crrr March rison Wagner who arrested here Wednesday on a charge of forging the names of officers of the Adams Eipress company to notes aggregating more than 1500OOD languishes in jail According to hia story he was an assistant army surgeon during the war anil at its close established blnutlf in Frederick county Maryland and begin the manufacture and sale of patent medi cines The express company be claims failed to deliver certain packages of drags for him and he subsequently brought stdt against the company for damages and ob tained a number of Judgments in settlement of which the note purportim to tys one made out by William B Dinjonore prewi dent of the Adams Erpreas company Dr Tbe Iowa Slorxis la March senate yesterday adopted a resolution to inquire into the salaries paid superintendents of state institutions A report in favor of Alj Wagner Wa3 sent ti him The gona as the aits for tha state normal school ujt3 agaiast tha company nnmber aboot was made Bills were passed requiring road supervisors to kaep highways clear of weeds and giving county sapervisors power to rent places for holding elections The house debated a resolution asking congress to se cure a deep harbor at Galveston Tex and pending a vote adjourned Eiisiop Lyman of Sorth Carolinacharges that it is the railways in the south which are responsible f or the exodus of negroes from that swction and that they are deceiv ing the blacks A aftalefc for KKW YOBK March Myer Jack McAnlifte 1000 Uas tt for Suing BOSTON ifarch reference to tbe arrest in Washington Wednesday of DrHar rison Wagner Mr Waldo Adams sajs The arrest is made to if wo cannot pre vent the coiastant annoyance and trouble olf these bogus suits This man Wagner in a harmless lunatic whosi lunacy takes toe form of bringing an annual suit against the company He has no claim whatever and never presents any but ire hare to answer to toe suits jixat the same and are put to ex pense and trouble on account of it His suit is brought every year in a different state and Biport Brush Hu Sold His Ball dab to New York ISDIAKAPOUS March ia stated bp j mit to a pelsons well informed in base ball matters tacit President Brush has sold the Indiausp oliii club and franchise to New York for a gum exceeding 150000 and that the was made to prevent an absolute freezeout Brush and Director Schmidt are both al i seat and it is wid they made a feint of go ins to Chicago but in reality went east aad ari now perfecting th details of the trans fer There has been a marked change in the tone of the men supposed be in Brushs j confidence for they without exception dei cliire that he will be obliged to sell Da Is KanCommittal A telegram from New York says that Presi dent Day declares that he has not seen Presi dent Brash of tbe Indianapolis club and did not know whether he was in the city or not When asked about the reported consolida tion of New York and Indianapolis clubs he would not deny that such a deal trns on hand I only wish that such a thing will come to said he for would have one ot the greatest ball teuns in the country telegram from Sew York says there was a mesingat the Hoff man house between Bush Hewitt Day and Spalding Thursday night The meeting was secret and all that cold be got out of tbe participants was what Day said as fol lows I cannot say anything tonight bat tomorrow I will probably hare something ol interest to the public Sent Up for Throe Venrs VALPARAISO Ind March Blake robbed Sylvester Lewis farm hoaxst last Monday and was taken to Michigan City ami sentenced for three years fined tOO and costs and disfranchised for Are years Hooalor Newg Notes John Lowrr of Sholburu while drunk ou Saturday lasi his gun anil his boy out below tbe coal shaft intending to kill the boy and then commit suicide Tho antics of the boy his heart ho changed bis purpose and brought him back Lowry tells the circumstances himself In the timber lands in the western part of Bartholomew county Ind robins have ap peared by the thousands and ara still m iug They are ot unusual size and are being slain by hundreds I A Van Hyde railroad and express at Wellsboro has disappeared His acc4ants are being examined There was a flre scare at the Bates houfce Indianapolis Wednesday night caused by in electric wire setting fire to tha wood work and filling the house with smoke The flru was soon extinguished Struck a Buck on the Rail BLAmsviLLE Pa March train No 61 on the Wee railroad struck a rock at Bugdad station near Allegheny Valley junction Wednesday night The locomotive and several cars were thrown into the Kiskiminitas river Conductor George Hingle had to have one legamputated twlow the knee and was hurt about the head and otherwise injured En gineer David Greasly Fireman M L An derson and BrakemaB Sullivan were rlight ly injured The Prmldeut Four Ducks BENorfs POIKT Md March dent Harrison spent yesterday between tho abort and the club house He went Into tbe blind at oclock and watted for tbe wmry duck In half an hour hia patience waa rewarded A single pair skimmed along tbe water and rested almost in front of tbe blind Tbe executive marktman popped both barrels but only one bird succumbed to his aim This satisfied tbe president however and he returned to tbe dob bouse returning to the blind at 10 oclock again and twice during the afternoon hia record for the day being tour ducks Bishop Eahcr DaOaat EiADiMo Pa March trial of Bishop Eahir of Chicago the Evangltcal conference cammittee invited the bUhop to to Bsading and be examined He curtly refiued saying Of tbe of the I will spaak In my own time If God spares my life that time will Later the Btihop wrote that he had already been examined and exoneratwi in accord ance with church discipine He returned the copy ol ihe charges and refused to sab for Carroll te will fight Billy trom to a let Go by aai Obllgiac led March Co ny oneof tbe principals ia the recent Co CREAM iupertor for more tfesum m new by Mie PnltedatMo j toe Dr Lnmonta Unc F1QCBBAKTKI t OMlssfla any lets KtlB   

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