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   Logansport Pharos (Newspaper) - March 26, 1890, Logansport, Indiana                                LOGANSPORT DAILY PHAROS 15TU YEAE WEDNESDAY EVENING MAKCH 26 1H90 NO 283 JOHM BRAYS Gonier Owing to the disagreeable weathor of test week we have concluded to continue our sale of For Another Week Goods will be added to the stock this week of RHRL7IITS 12thSt Drug Store FORK D CLANS OIKUA HOUSE WM BOLAS MANAUKlt SATURDAY MARCH 29 The Talk of the Town i Eloctric i SUCCESS StTCOES5 Triumphant SUYICES SCCCLSJ Gigantic SUOCKSS OHAS RNOLD the annals greatest success ever known In of Chlcngo HjINS THE Tht beat practical proof that could possibly be afforded of tb mtonso appro iatloa ronni festinl ly tinpublic in thn opening perform ance of Hans tho Boatman was given last jijrhi when tho house crowded from to clouir welcomed him to ihe city and the grati fication of realized hopo and the tribute to gtirltuK ability rnngr ut iu tho spontaneous ohecr which continually reechoed throughout tho entire buiUUnp UaatocanB Lullaby Ploasures Await my Blind Mans Buu Little Gee The Itaby Li IBB The 3pirit of tho Lake The Daisv Chain etc And thu last t me of tho famous St Ber nard door Nord Scale or 25c Parquet COe Circle 75c Seats on sale at Keeelingg FURNITURE PRICES THE LOWEST SERVICEFENSIONS The House Committee Agrees on a Measure All VETEBAJTS AGED 62 AND OVEE Our Designs are New None but the Beat Workmanship eJ to Leave our Salesroom The Amount Placed at S8 Per The Hounn Passes tlie WorlUD Fair Bill Postponing the Opening to ConscienceStricken Now Yorker Heatitution to thu Ing KxIetnberH Getting Into Trouble Items WASHINGTON Crrv March house committee on invalid pensions yesterday au thorized a favorable report oa the bill pro viding for a service pension for soldiers of tbe rebellion and their widows The bill authorizes tho secretary of the interior to place on the pension roll the name oL any officer or enlisted man of 63 years of age or over or who shall hereafter reach that age who has served ninety days or more in the army uavy or marine corps of the United Status during tbe war of tho rebellion and has received an honorable discharge Scheme of Payment Adopted Pensions granted under this act are to be paid at the rate of par month from the date of application to continue during the life of tho pensioner Thy bill also provides for tho payment of this pension to the widow of any officer or soldier who has died or who may hereafter die during her widowhood and in case of the death of the widow leav ing a child under the age ot 10 years the pension is to be paid to such child OT chil dren READY FOR THE SENATE Thu WoiMH Fair Bill Iuases the Coagreftalonul Transactions WASHINGTON CITY March were introduced ia the house yesterday providing for a bounty of to eftch yoternn of the late who received none to punish those who embozzJo tho pensions of their wards The Worlds fair bill then came up and was auionrlcd 40 as to include in the manage ment a board of women and also providing that women shall bo appointed on award committees whore womens work is ou exhi bition making the time of opening tho fair not later than May 1 1898 and its close not later than Oct tho buildings to bo with appropriate ceremomiea ou Oct 121892 After a light by Belden and Flower ot New York to have Chicago re quired to show down her money the bill passed as S0i nays and the house adjourned Bills wore introduced in the seuato by Morrill to provide an educational fund from all monies received from public land sales and threefourths of that from land grant railways the fund to bear interest at 4 per cent and half tho income to ba divided among agricultural colleger until it roaches per year each after which tho bal ance shall bo divided among the states for gsnurs1 education in free schools by Faulkner to give tho widow of Gen Crook a pension of per year a joiut resolutiou by Gaorge providing foiu consti tutional amendment to suppress trusts A bill was passed to provide for a special agent to keep an eye on the fur seal indus try and collect information thereof The antitrust bill was then considered and an amendment adopted exempting from the provisions of the act trades tmtons and fdrmers alliances also Ingalis amendment aimed at dealing in options etc Reagan ottered an amendment which is much more drastic than Shermans bill Tho senate then adjourned HIS CONSCIENCE PRICKED HIM Who UODSEY to Strain Calls Promptly Attended Day or Night Xo 68 to CjffiPEkTERS NOTICE Bids will be received at the Interesting letter from a Man Kobuod the Government WASHINGTONCITY March 26 Postmot ter General Wanamakei1 yesterday received a conseieueo contribution of SI 500 from New York which ho turusid over to tho sec retary of the treasury The letter contain ing the money was without signature Tho writer says Inclosed you will flail which I wish you to place to tho credit of the Con science Fund Years ugo I defraudod the jovernment of quite a large sum of money Since then I have become n Christian man and have held this matter lying very uenvily ou my conscience and is I have made a little money I have sent it to tie government so that I havo returned all that was fraudulently taken and the en closed is tho balance of 125 per cent over and above She amount stolen I pity any thief f he must pass through tlio anguish of mind hat I have experienced and oven now though I have made restitution yet my conscience is under condemnation and I suffer deeply Do you not think that 25 per cent additional restitution is sufficient to ring peace to a sorrowing soul Please see hat this money goss to the proper place There s no need of ray name Abusing Their Privileges VfASUtxciTox CITT M irch 26 Speaker Reed Uos commenced a war on the lobbyists He has issued on order causing inquiries to bmade into the business of certain ei con gressmen who now use the floor daily to pro mote certain interests The rules prohibit etmarabers to usa their privileges In favor of legislation and Reed intends to the cards issued to quite a number of these men who are realJy nothing more than lobby ists of the first water and make no disguis3 ot the matter Lawlers Whack at Gotham WASHINGTON CITY March Whilo Belden was making his speech in the house yesterday demanding guarantees that Chi cago coul i raise the necessary money for the Worlds fair he got into a colloquy with the Illinois members during which Lawler in quired if tho gentleman wanted to convince tho house that New York could run the fair in the face of its lamentable failure to erect a monument to Gen Grant Transfer of tho Pension Bureau WASHINGTONCITY March Tho sec retary of war replying to the house resolu tion mquiring what saving would bo ef fected by the transfer of the pension bureau to the war department says there would be money saved but how much he can not state He however seems to think it would be considerable and favors the transfer further because it would be generally od vaatageous Not Asked for by Chicago WASatxaTqy Crrx March In moving i in the house yesterday his amendment post poning the opening of the Worlds fair until May iS93 Candler said this postponement was not requested by Chicago but he i thought it would be best on all grounds as it would give foreign exhibitors more time to prepare A FanAmerican Legal Tendar Bchiilties uf the Confederation of Labor made an argument before the house com mittee on printing yesterday in support of a bill prepared by himself to provide for the printing of 3000 extra copies of The Con gressional Record daily to be distributed principally among the labor organizations formers unions and J A R Knbbard Slakes a XHtcovery WASHINGTONCITY March 26 Gardner G Hubbard concluded his argument in favor of postal telegraph before the house post office committee yesterday In the course of his argument he contended that the tele graph companies had built their lines and maintained them oat of the tolls of the pub lic and therefore had no vested right to then plant Farrett Will Retain His Seat WASHINGTON CITT March house committee on elections has decided the con test of Posey and Farrett from the Indiana district in favor of Parrett and that from the Ninth Virginia district in favor also of the Democrat TERRIFIC SPEED ON THE RAIL The Etiaina Jucli Opera Company Expe riences a Memorable Ride DENVER Colo March Emma Juch grand opera company closed a brief engagement at Salt Lake City on Friday night and at tbe conclusion of the perform ance departed on a special train for Uhoy eune to fill a Saturday night date Ordin arily it takes thirty Hours to make the run but the railroad officials promised to bring the company into Cheyenne by 7 in the evening At Green River a wreck occurred which delayed the train five hours From this time on a terriblo run began Moun tain wero ascended and descended at a ipeed no engineer had ever dreamed of while all previous records were broken Down Grade With Full Steam AC one point of the race down the Rockies a panic was imminent in the cars and if there had been any prospect of safely cross ing the platform into the engine none would have remained At no time was the speed below a mile a minute and from Sherman to Cheyenne a distance of thirtysix miles through passes and canons it was traversed in twentynine minutes The audience at the theatre was kept informed of the trip by bulletins and when the train arrived at V 30 Miss Juch was taken to the theatre and had a reception never beforo accorded an actress In the west BE WELL TO INVESTIGATE A Young Girl Escaping from a Convent Forcibly Taken Back WEST CHESTER PH March young woman made a desperate attempt to escape from tho Villa Maria convent at this place yesterday morning but failed About B oclock a in she leaped from one of the win dows in the large convent building to the ground fifteen feet bel ow and ran down the board walk leading to the town clad only in her night clothes and nothing but stockings ou her feet The Nuns In Hot Pursuit After her in hot pursuit ran five of the nuns and when she had got a hundred yards from the convent they caught her and dragged her struggling aud crying bitterly back to the convent Ihe young girl cried murder several times but no one was near her to go to her aid A young lad who was near was told by one of the nuns that tho girl was sick and delirious but this the fugitive indignantly denied The girl about Ufyears old and good looking The affair caused a sensation Northern Hospital for Insane report rill nrMnrU m Anril IRih Irora a majority of the committee on mone Hiok RPArUgHi fry convention was presented in the Pan to construct 5 OOO feet of Jalcket fence materials be ing furnished to contractors Specifications may be seen at the Hospitpl after this date By order of the Beard JOS G ROGERS Med Supt March 25th 189O American cougrisss VBiterJay The United States delegates submitted a minority re poiL The majority report provides for on Intelnational American Monetary union to in this city and provide a silver coin to belegal tender in all the countries repre sented Some OAciai Reading Matter CITY JB J The Iowa Lecis lature DES Moimzs la March senate yesterday took the matter of a creditable stnte tshibit at the Worlds fair from the appropriation committee and referred it to a special committee and in tho house a resO lution was adopted f or a joint committee for the samo purpose The senate adopted a resolution requiring the railway commit tee to report all sleeping car regulating bills before March 27 The bill reducing the rate of interest on school funds to 6 per cent was ordered engrossed A joint reso lution was introduced in the house asking congress to take the duty off necessariesand that body adjourned with senate adjourn ment resolution pending The governor yesterday appointed W L Carpenter of DesMoines Democrat to the office of custo dian of the capitol vice Gen Ed Wright Republican 9Irs Harrison at Chattanooga CHATTANOOGA Term March Harrison nud party arrived in this city yes terday and spent the dny in looking at the battlefields of Chicaciauga Lookout Moun tain and Mission Ridge Their special car was attached to a special train and taken to the top of mountain and the scen ery was much enjoyed From W to 1 oclock a public reception was held in the parlors of the Read house The party dined at the hotel and at left for Asheville N C Stephen F Sherman Found Guilty BUFFALO N Y March jury in the case of Stephen F Sherman former manager of the associated elevator charged with grand larceny in stealing 8250 bushels of wheat yesterday morning brought ina verdict of guilty A motion for a new trial will be made pending the decision of which Sherman will not be sentenced Western Pigeon Shooters Victorious PHUiADKLpHiA March eastern and western teams of touring trap ahootors gave an interesting exhibition yesterday afternoon at the Lacony Driving park The single score of the eastern team totals was 119 doubles 39 grand total 148 Western totals 138 doubles 25 grand total 163 Approved by Ulster Tories BE i FAST March Tories through out Ulster have signified their hearty ap proval of the governments land purchase bill They regard the security offered land lords as ample Sir Charles E Lewis Con servative member from Antrim especi ally enthusiastic over the measure Outrage In Crete ATHENS March from Crete state that a Christian priest was draggsd from his pulpit at Paliama on Sunday aud marched through the streets followed by a jeering mob Sixtyfour villagers have bean imprisoned and are said to be in a starring condition Offers to Return PARIS March Gen Boulanger has again offered to return to France if the government will permit him to be tried 6y a courtmartial or the court of appeals Enjfinoers SHAMOKIX Pa March with the recent order of President of the Reading road four engineers aud four firetnea were discharged yesterday Ibr drinking They were served with a written notice You are dismissed for driufcinjj Suits for defamation of character lire t area tened The Weather We Mmy Expect WVSHISOTOS CITY March foUow ing are the weather indications for thirtysU hours from S p m yesterday For Indiana and fair weather norttwBJt erljwinds For Michigan aatt Clearing weather northwesterly windi lower temperature For weather north erly winds warmer A WOMANS WRATH Let Loose on a Prominent Chi cago Attorney BES8ATION AT A BASK ENTRANCE Pretty Mrs Kent United Commissioner filing by the Whiskers and Proceeds to Tnke It Out of Hide Wrestle with First Fall roir tbe Stories olf Alleged Wrong and Injury CBICAGO March spectacle of a pretty and handsomely dressed young woman darting out of the entrance of this First National bank and seizing a dignified gentleman by the whiskers while she casti gated him with a heavy rawhide was the unusual and exciting event which com manded the attention of passersby on Dear born street about oclock yesterday The parties were Mrs Frank Kent an artist who lives ttt Armitage and Columbia ave nues Herniosa and United States Commis sioner Simeon W King She Was tittle but Wiry Sir King caught the womans arias and tried to hold her but if she is little Mrs Kent is wiry and in the struggle which en sued she twisted and squirmed like an until her foot slipped on the stone steps of the bank building and an instant later tbe struggle was being carried on on the Dear born street pavement As they fell Mrs Kent was undermost and Mr King wnia able to prevent her doing him further dam age until Officer Brett came to his assist ance and took the furious little beauty to the Central station Mr Kings forehead was cutjby the power ful strokes of the rawhide and his head was very much waled up from the same cause The Lawyer Tells Story Kent was introduced to me by J W Smith a west side restauratuer some time last fall said Mr King to a reporter and I acted as her attorney in some busi ness connected with a panorama company in which she was interested Afterward she camo to me and told me she was in distress and about to be turned out by her landlord for not paying her rent I have a large acid sympathetic heart for a woman in distress and accordingly pui chased an option on some property in Heruiosa and allowed Mrs Kent to occupy it because of her poverty CouldntStand the Anarchists She got a lot of Anarchists around her among them Albert Harbaugh who was ar rested at the time the Haymarket riot and kept in jail for some months She also had a man named Skolaski hanging about and I ordered them out Finally ou their refusal to quit I commenced action in the circuit court and recovered part of my furniture by means of a replevin after these Anarchists had defied tho cpnstables for some time Tbejthan began proceedings against myself Justice Burke Constable Burns my agent Madison A Rice and Hattie Roth for conspiracy and on that charge Justice Woodman ftold Mr Rice and myself to grand jury A Justices Hide In IJaiigfir The woman has threatened my life sev eral times and so 1ms Harbaugh and when she rushed at me this mrjrniug I thought she had a pistol and that my lust hour had come I am afraicl she will kill mo yet but Ill put her and her friends in the peniten tiary before I am thiouaU with them I am going to punish jpstico Woodman too fur holding me over to tha grand jury and it wont be many days before I bang his hide on the fence for malfeasance in office The woman is a fiend Mrs Kents Tale of Woe Be has been persecuting me for months said the woman to another reporter Last fall I employed him as my lawyer but we had some difficulty a2id I discharged him Ever slues he has been persecuting me He has hnd me arrested four for has tried his best to defamo my character Last week ho instituted pro ceedings asking the Humane society to take charge of my three children claiming that I was a woman not fit to take care of them Three days ago a Humane society officer came to iny home in Herrnosa and tried to take the children but I wouldnt let him have them Thinks She Got Pretty Even Ever since then I have been looking for King and today I caught him and I think I got pretty even with the scamp although he did not get half what he deserves said the pretty little woman her black eyes flashing and the color rising in her cheeks The brute struck me with his cane too and if he had not thrown me down the steps as he did I would have whipped him till he howled for mercy Fatal Railway Collision NASHVILLE Tenn March Stevenson and Benjamin Daley both col ored were killed and several other colored persons injured by a collision at Lynchs sta tion this city Monday One train col lided with another owing to a misplaced switch and flying the track drove itself into the waiting room of the station which was filled with women and childreu For tunately none of them was hurt Hardly a Justifiable Strike March employes of the Pennsylvania Tube works 650 men in all struck Tuesday The men wanted Sight Foreman George Graham discharged because he dismissed several workmen for getting drunk on duty The superiutand nt of tha works refused to discharge Gra bam and the men quit work Count Herbert May Betire BERLI March emperor has ac cepted the resignation of Count Herbert Bis marck as minister of foreign affairs Herr Von Alvensleben German ambassador to Belgium has be n appointed as minister of foreign affairs A Good Bargain forSpier PAULS N Y March Song the celebrated stallion was sold yes terday by W E Spier of this village to Sibley Miller of Franklin Pa for 00 May King was bought one year ago for The Military to Manage Strikes BERLIX March is announced that Emperor William has decided that in the case of future strikes by workmen the gen eral commanding in the disturbed district shall act independently of the civil author ties Uavitt Encourages a Strike LOXDOX at a meeting af the striking laveipool dockers yesterday appro red their aim and assured them of the upport ot the Knights of Labor and other unions 4 Highbinder Gets Fifty Tears SAX FRANCISCO March Chuck he notorious highbinder was yesterday to fifty years imprisonment for a fellowcountryman four years ago Governor Hill ol Jiew York tells the egislatore that he can not sign the Saxton ballot reform bill because be believes parts of it unconstitutional He asks the legisla ture to refer the bill to the court of appeals and says that if that court disagrees with him he irilLoffer no objection to the bill aj be earnestly desires reform of tha ballot FIRE FIRE FIRE WET GOODS SALE Goocls Damaged by W after to be Sacrificed SJo Regard for or Quality Sale now going on DEWENTER Ouealys Old Stand 2 Doors South of Our Old Room WRECKED IN MONTANA One Person Killed and Seven Wounded on the Northern Pacific ST PAUL Minn March The follow ing statement as to a railroad wreck in Montana is given out from the Northern Pacific offices in this city Train No 2 east bound from Portland was derai ed early yesterday morning on the Idaho division of the Northern Pacific at a point two miles east of Heron Mont Express Messenger Miles was killed in the accident but there was no loss of life among the passengers although some seven or eight received quite severe injuries The List of Injnred The names of the persons injured in the wreck are as follows A Crockett postal clerk Mrs S H Cox of North Yakima Wash Mrs Lillio DaviB of Seattle and her daughter Miss Carrie Davis J W Weedom of Dayton Wash J P Zahn of Washington City J H Richards of Ran dall 8 J None o them is seriously hurt THEY FRED BALL CARTRIDGES Fortunate Escape from a Terrible Slaugh ter at Theatrical Performance BOSTON March Holyoke Mass special to The Harald says that during the performance of the Drummer Boy by Com pany D Second regiment M V M at East Hampton last Saturday night ball cartridges were by some blunder used in the buttle scene and Frank Snyder of South Hadley Falls was seriously wounded by a bullet in the neck His condition re mains serious It was discovered that one in three of the cartridges used were loaded with ball The walls were riddled with balls and only the order to shoot high which pre ceded the firing preventai serious disaster It is not yet known how the loaded car tridges got mixed in with the blanks Made a Shameful Confession MOXTFELIER Vt March trial of J S Cnswoll for the murder of George J Gould last September is in progress here Gould was shot by Caswell while returning home from his ivcddiug with Laura Cutler Caswell claimed that Miss Cutler was en gaged to marry him Yesterday Mrs Gould testified that before she married Gould she had live with Caswell as his wife nineteen years but was never married to him She has often visited Caswell in jail since the murder and has said she would marry him in a minute if he were free PROF OWEN DEAD Sad and Fatal Mistake at New Harmony A DEADLY BLOTDEB IS DEINE1NG SULLY THE SLUGGER TALKS Ready Now to Slake a Match With Jack son for S2O OOO BOSTON Mass March an inter view yesterday John L Sullivan said that now tho Mississippi trouble has been settled he wanted to attend to Jacksons claims to the championship He is anxious to have one more battle before he retire from the ring and Jacks on is the only man to ba thought of just mow Sully said that if the California Athletic club or any other club will put up a 130000 purse for a fight be tween Jackson and himself he will meet Him in a battle for the championship He dont care what the gloves are so long as they come within this restrictions of tbe law Sullivan continued I will not under any circumstances fight a ring battle again Hereafter all mutches must conform to the law Ive had enough of this illegal busi ness Ive spent nearly all I won in the Mississippi fight trying to get ebar of the law Jackson Spars at Chicago j CHICAGO The colored pugilist Peter Jackson sparred a threeround go with Jack Ashton at Battery D last night before over 5000 people There were sev eral scrapping matches between local lights put in as sort of prologue and epilogue two or three of which were so hot that the au dience fairly bowled its joy The be tween Jackson and Ashton was a clever set to in whiih the Australian champion made an exceedingly good impression His superior reach told against Ashton but he was clever on his feet and quick as a flash in avoiding his op ponents blows No hard raps were given but a lively interchange of short arm work showed that genuine fighting material rested somewhere between tha soles and skull of the black champion Smashes that landed lightly but in which the scienca ot an artist was brought into play proved him to be a dangerous customer if heated in a battle for j blood Ashton showed much cleverness and gave a good exhibition of scientific move ments but his cleverest motions failed to catch Jackson off his guard i HAVEBBXLL Mass March Box ers a local oEdal of the Shoemakers Inter national union yesterday presented a Dew list of prices to Miller Fester for work done in their bottoming department Ton list makes an ndvance of 50 to 70 cents per case over the old prices which the flnn say they cannot pay Rogers the firm bad hut Suppoted Mineral Water Proves To Be Embalming H Fretageot Also Seriously Poisoned A War Good Fiigrateful WouldBe Martins Sin State Legislator Hurt Notes EVANSVHLE Ind March 2iV A blunder resulted Monday night in the death of Rich ard Dale Owen tbe distinguished geologist and the fatal poisoning of A H Fretageot a merchant New Harmony The latter had been expecting a cask of mineral water and supposed that a keg of embalming fluid which had come to his store during the day was the mineral water Mr Owen who was 80 years of age stopped at Mr Fretageots store on his way home from a funeral and complaining of feeling tired was invited by the merchant to take a glass of mineral water with him They drank together from the cask of embalming fluid and spoke of the arsenical flavor of the liquid but attributed it to the nature of the spring Mr Owen went home where he was taken ill and died Mr Fretageot is not expected to recover Tho Deud Professorn Career Professor Owen was the fourth son of Pkobert Dale Owen the founder of New Har mony and noted in his day as a philanthrop ist and investigator of occult phenomena Professor Richard Dale Owen was born uear New Lanark Scotland in 1810 After an early training in Scotland he spent three years in Switzerland studying chemistry He came to this country in 1825 and had charge of the United States geological corps on Lake Supe rior He served fifteen months in the Mexican war After that he was for nine years professor of gaology and chemistry in the Western Military institute and pub lished a work Key to the Geology of the Globs In 18ai he was state geologist of Indiana which he held until the rebellion where he served with distinction until 1863 when he was made professor of natural science in the Indiana State university and in 1874 he was elected president of Purdue university Professor Owen was married in 1837 For the last quarter of a century he had devoted his entire attention to chemistry PERUS LAST SALOON GONE A FoHlblv Incendiary Fire Destroys Capt Bobbins Hart PEBr March saloon of Jacob Dieter the only one left by the recent big flre here has been destroyed in the same way The biaze was discovered early in the morning and Capt W W Bobbins representative started out to give the alarm While running down the railroad track for this purpose he foil in a large open ing used as a cattle guard Capt Roblins it U feared sustained serious internal injur ies besides an ugly gash in the head He is resting easily but his friends are somewhat alarmed The loss by the fire is 11500 and the origin is not known For some time a temperance revival has been in progress here and many eopie believe that a fanati cal convert set the saloon on fire with the purpose of removing from the town the only place where liquor was soli Organized to Sell Totes VrxcESXis lad March exist ence of an organized body of men banded together for the sole purpose of selling their votes to the highest political bidder has been discovered near Wheatland The organiza tion has flourished for oeveral years but its existence was not fully established until a few days ago when an eneray stole into the camp pnrloined the secretarys books and exposed tbe workings of the or der The discovery had remitted in a com plete demoralization of the boodUrs and several alleged respectable citizens are dis consolate The fixed price for which the votes of tho society were generally sold was 1000 which snm iras divided among thirty members Good Kews for a War Widow COLUMBUS o March Matt of this city widow of a soldier of the late war who has supported three children at the wash tub has been notified of the al lowance to her of a pension of 2160 Some ten months ago white delivering a washing at night she fell upon a defective sidewalk breaking her ajm and a jury trying tbe caw jnit allowed her damage in the mm of 13000 against thv city Big Raise In Salary IKDIA3APOLM March Brab is likely to havo some rouble in delivering his players to New Yo k At last Mondays conference Riisie consented to the transfer incase New York would contract with him for three years at a year Now he says he will not go to New York for leas than n year and backed by bis father and Victor Jose who looks after his inter ests is firm in bis stan L Martin IIU Sin CRAWKORDSVILLE Iiid March Martin the Wubash college senior who won the Baldwin prize lastweek with a cribbed oration acknowledges the plagiarism aud has returned tho prize money to the college treasurer Ho asks to be allowed to graduate with his c ass but as yet the faculty has taken no action ou the matter A SuiclUs 1crtlnnnt Question DELPHI Ind March H Fowler a traveling man in the employ of Adamson At Co of Chicago attempted twice to commit suicide in this city by chloroform Wheu restored to consciousness the last time he I said to the attending physician When a I fellow wants to make afool of himself why dont you let him alone Hooaier News Notes The Indiana Trotting and Pacing Horse Breeders association decided to hold a three days meeting next fall at a point offering tho best advantages and induce ments The Ohio river at Evansville 6 feet 5 inc es above the danger line and only 1 foot fl inches below the highest mark of tbe recent rise The wife of Ansoii Weesner of Somerset failed to appear when her husband was ar raigned for shooting at her and Anson was discharged A Vanhayde agent of the Baltimore aud Ohio Grand Trunk and Chicago and West Michigan railroads at Wellsboro who ab i Econded with of the railroads Cunda I has been captured at Chicago YOU ARE A DIRTY LIAH Choice Language Used by on Ohio State Lawmaker COLUMBCS Ohio March The Daytoa reorganization bill was up in the house yes terday the discussion thereon leading to a sensational scene Representative Mouett of Stark county in the course of a speech remarked that politics in Dayton Were cor rupt Believlle who represented one ol the Dayton districts retorted sharply inti mating rather broadly that the from Stark took boodle in the recent sena torial contest Tile Man from Stark Getj Hot You are a dirty liar roared as he jumped to his feet amid cries of Or der Belleville also arose and started toward Monett A fight on tbe floor was imminent when several members came between the An gry statesmen and prevented the encounter The speaker then compelled them to take their seats threatening to call the atarms Negotiations were begun in Washington City Tuesday for the ceation of the Cherokee Izndi in Indian territo y to the United States i fUU PURE CREAM superior excellence promo in laintna homes for more quarter of a oniturj It by the United State OuTernSent b dorndbrthefcMMtaof tto nwt aatiwStrpnrat Puntt aid Healthful Dr Prices Cream Fawner Bat contain Ammonia Lime or Atom Sold taottna PBICElAKniOPOWDUOO CUoajn flu TttnOtmi m Lot   

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