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   Logansport Pharos (Newspaper) - April 1, 1890, Logansport, Indiana                                DAILY PHAROS 15TH YEAE TUESDAY EVENING APML 1 1890 NO 288 JOHN BRAYS LEAPING FOR LIFE MI Tlie Owing to Vfsatnor of 1 CuUOd m to disagreeable week we have continue our Hi rf For Another Week Goods will be ntock this week O i 1 S olKtS M Wednesday Eveg April 2 K lipcii Kit rpatrlcks RIP WlflKLE ni lentil ihtiriiCKor Actor CEO W PAIGE Ctirji of Mtrupolitiin Play A liiriiy i wll illl universe vkh u popu Grarri Street Parade afc 2 in P U Caiw ami ANb PROMKN CONCErtT liviii 1y lli MASCOTTE BAND AKsistotl hy l ho bes Instrumental und Liuriiry Tnkrit in tho city at tho Kink on th nielli of Tnurty utvi 3 3O and Jith CITY ELECTION m tho Bennett und tin rjliiiicli Taking Sides i MILWAUKEE April FHgntiui Jumps of Three Nuns was tbcc l more cxciting cootcat for at Milwaukee I AID FOB VETERANS officers in Milwaukee than the present The was The Senate Passes the Depend cit ent Pension Bill FIEE IN ST JOSEPHS OONVEHT WEDNKSDXY NHIUTlOflA by wm Chaso XlfItTST MATTHKWSCOM M iVOKV rATHfitM KtVIGHTd or KlICA Coiriimmlo i by Capt Kihu II lox MttDAV XlrUTIiJCAN KiAKUHS fuioniaackvl by D CANTON PAT U P Ch ao The Building Dcatrojril mill Tiirue of the Inmates Hurt Vurther Disat rout Breaks in lJsiippi Distressing Pioxptnt nnd Kaining at Es timate of Fatalities Four Convicts Killed by an Explosion MILWAUKEE Wis April started t oclock yesterday afternoon in the St Joseph1 convent a fourstory structure lo I on tho outskirts of tho city andspread so rapidly tint before the flro department could reach the sceno the flro had gained such headway that their efforts to subdue the flames were futile nnd the building burned in the ground Three inmates of the vrao injured by jumping from the burniu building one fatally Two firemen wenal Lslightly injtinvl by filling walls Tho fin originated in tha boilor room Iws on building and contents 000 insurance 830000 The List of Casualties Tbe names of tho injured aro Sister BlanUii back broken by jumping from tho die Mary Werner jumped from tho fourth story injured iri cernally and will piobably recover Rosa Mintt jumped from fourth story legs aud arms bruised Lieut Chaso and Ja cob of Fire Company 2o slightly bruisod by falling THE LOUISVILLE SITUATION A Heavy Fall of Suisvv AUils to tlie Diffi cult Oeutl LOUISVILLE April tornadoswept district jresratocl a wretched aspect yester day nnd the unpropitious ivotither is oper ating adversely upon tin work ot rocupcra tion Snow fell all Sunday night and gave to tho jagged and unsightly ruins a naked aud caunfc aipeiiranco and whett thy ram bgan to comedown yesterday afternoon turning the snow to slush things looked ut terly forlorn Hundreds of families aro pro only by frail board shanties or can vas Thanks to a gencrouB acil intelligent ly IonJucted relief hunger is not now among the miseries isulfurod by tho unfor tunates No more dead bodies woto recovered at Fails City hnl and it is iow tho Ijolief that ail haw bean taken out Tho full list of tho dead so Car recovered is ninetytwo and it is believed now this list will not grow to uioro than 100 Contributions nro pouring ii from all sources ilurt Em to Hie fuiup1ost robbers been at work ever siuuto the disntcr ocriinvd ami a number of bodies luive been lUui outraged among them that of Rev Mr Earnwell whose borty ivris rob hod of a KOI watch Ona at Tl a body w frustrated by the Mii1 action of Joiiu Jiuckloy Tho body of a IVi vttitul vouug woman was taken into BucklinTa inloou to identification At her was still fastoniid a beautiful diamond cross A thief suddenly stopped and wrenciiod the piu loose and started for the door Buckley who had witnessed his action knocked him down The robber muiiu good his esc po Tliu Drill each ovoiiinj will be tollnitad by a select musijuli1 id Li riry REAL ESTATE For salo7 desirable residences on east Broad KorBfilc desirable residences on cast North unil east Hiuli streets ifor salo h ilislrable rcsldeacos on Spear t For ealc upoirablo iosdtnces on west ISroad For sale desirable resiliences on Chipitewa and iruit streuts Two desirable cw lllags on Osago street tin salo For salo or trade dwellings lu biuith fl Sbultztowu Fot trade firins for city propertv City property mutb JlOOU a g50Uu to exchiihpe for farms Ftorsnlc brlcl resldenci at No 27 Broad way J stocks of crv Roods lo trade forn good farm A 9 ock ol iHXits aud shoes to tract1 for a pood Wanted a farm to trade for drug store an srist mi 1 Wanttxi business block to trade lor a farm Lota tor sale in all piirts of tho olty I For a desirmlc residence and lots on WrUtht and laih street For rtnt eloarnnt third Uoor iipnrfcmpnts FtT particulars enquire of M M GORDON Pension and Uenl Estate Agent Jtoom No 3 Elliott nlock Losnmsport Incl Lutheran priests preachers and teachers to j efforts for the Democrats and this again has drawn from the Jlethodist Jiinisters associ1 ation resolutions favoring the law Interest in the canvass is keen throughout the state Features of the Situation The Republicans havo tho better organiza tion as a party The labor people rely upon past prestige rather than present organiza tion The Democrats with no funds worth speaking of and practically no organization of their own are banking on the complica tions which have arisn The Keogh elec tion law which is brfied upon the Australian system eliminates the vestpocket ballot Tlie Foreign and American Votes Tho Republicans carried the city at the last election by something over 1000 If the Lutheran leaders are right and they have a very complete organization the Republicans will lose at least 4000 votes of members of thnt denomination The IrishAmericans who voted almost sn iiuly for Mayor Brown two years ago are siimost solidly against hiru now The Catholic Polish people who havo contributed to the Labor party strength heretofore nro rcportsd unani mously for thijfcDemocraxc ticket thanks to th nomination of Roman Czermnski a popvlar young PolishAmerican aud cap tain of the Kosciuslr cunrds for the second placo on tho ticket There will ba some de fection of American Democrats on the Ben nett law AN UNFORTUNATE GIRL She Can Sleep Only with Her Body Bent in a Circle WiRCESTiiK Mass April is a girl m this city who can sleep only with her body bent backward into a circle and her feet crossed under her chin This may seem incredible but ii is absolutely true The girl is now 11 years old When she was 4 she had an attack of cerebrospinal menin gitis which left her spine us limp as a piece of rope Site can stand erect only by taking hold of something higher than her head She U Alrina Goodnow tho daughter of a French iron molder living at 20 Central street liooheid tiiltG a Human Snako When tho correspond at saw the girl Sun day she nas crawling and wriggling about on the kitchen floor o the tenement where her parents live As she twisted her head from side to side her black eyes and her con stant undulations fairly mado ona feel that ho was looking at a human snake The face of the girl is an intelligent one and she has full possession of her mental faculties She speaks English and French with equal facil ity and her motherclaims that she is as bright as the average girlol her age When questioned Alvina saui that the various con tortions she went through occasioned her no pain and that in fact the only position in which she could sleep comfortably was with her head aud feet iu Close proximity THE FULL TEXT OF TEE MEASURE j Synopsis of tlie Changes Mado in tlie Tar iff by the Rapublican An thony Discourses on the alatter of Women in Hope for the l Cause iu Gritty Octoi WASIHSGTOX CITV April lull text of the dependent pension bill as it passed tlie senate yesterday is as follows That in considering the pension claims of dependent parents under ths provisions of this act the fact ot the death of the soldier cr sailor and the fac thru he left no widow or minor child or children having been shown as required by law it shall be accessary only to sboiv by competent and sufficient evidence that such parcnt or parents aro without cthar means of support than their own labor or the contributions of others net legally bound for rhcr support provided that all pensions allowed to de pendent parents under this act shall com mence from the date of the aling of ths ap plication heraunior and shall conthiuo no longer than the existence of hair depend As to tlie Veteran Hiuiaeir Sect ion 2 That all persons who served Ihree months or more in the military or naval service of theUnited State during ho lata war oE the rebellion and who have been honorably discharged therefrom and who are now or who may hereafter be suf fering from mental or physical disability not the resuit of their own vicious habits which incapacitate them from the prform ana peddlers Triil bw obliged to registration with the interal revenue collsc tor of their district Tanners and grotreni of tobacco are also sxemptei from the pres ent tax after ilay 1 1391 6 The bill provides that after Jan I 1S91 the internal taxes on smoking and manu factured tobacco and on snuff shall bere duced to 4 cents per pound A drawback equal to the full amount of ths reduction 13 i to be allowed on all original and unbroken packages of tobaoco snuff cigars cheroots and cigarettes hiild by manufacturers or dealers at ths time the proposed reduction goes into effect WOMEN IN CONGRESS Anthony on a Bccent ments on the General Subject WASHINGTON CITY April oue circulated the rumor on Saturday that Miss Susan B Anthony proposed removing to VVyoming and making the race for the United States senatorship when the terri tory shall be admitted as a state Miss An thony laughed good natureily when spoken tc about ths reportand said that inasmuchaa she had no such intention it must have been started as a joka But ntinued Miss Anthouy more sen nothing to preveut women being a seat in ranch of congress if they receive the required number of votes IIMnce Greeleys Opinion Some yearago Mrs Stauion announced herself us a candidate for congress in oue of the New York city was repre sented if I mistake not by one of the Brookses at the she received twenty odd votsis So distinguished an au thority as Horaco Greelcy in his comments subsequently upon the nat said that there was no law to M tjtanton from taking tho seat if votes had been cast for her Tha constitution pre scribes who shall vote It says nothing con cerning the person who shall b2 tha bene ficiary of theso votes Prospects fcr the Future Is there any probability that the women of Wyoming will aspira to congressional anco of labor in such a degree as to render j tonors territory becomes a Biusii of Roses RHRL7IITS 12thSt Drus Store Cyclove Damages in Tennessee XASBVILCE Tenn April losses by tho tornado which wrecked ti large portion of the towu irf Fayettoville are so far as re ported 0 Ad iitions to the list will make them Mill grealii Money is being raised in surrviimdiiig towns to relieve th wants of tho suiffvjreri Several persons who were injkirecl dij Business has been suspended fany people are in need of food and clothiug and these will bo supplied as rapidly aspoaBible DEVASTATION BY FLOOD The Grcciiviltc Miss Levee Given Way aud Swamps Town GREKXVILLE Miss April sun was bright and clear yesterday morning and thero was a revival of hopes A new force ot men was put to work on the levee but nt 10 oclock th eatening clouds appeared and soon tho wind rose and tUo rain came down washing tho embankment until it could no longer hold out At noon the loveo gave way aud the waters poured iu on tho city The brond business streets and wellkept res idence quarter wero soou covered with tho yellow waters of the river Foople Huntlnc High Places Tho inhabitantsof the lower portion of the city soucht safety in flight many having an icipnted tho break and completed ar rangements for a hasty departure The water rose rapidly aud is now one foot deep on tho principal business streets but there is oue section oC tho city on very high ground tint will escape On this portion the inhabitants of lh Hooded district lire galhern Hundreds of plantations that escaped the tliod of 1882 under wa ter Will Flood the Cotton Lands XfXprtls April break in the leiee yesterday morning near Austin sixty miles below is the first anywhere this side of tho breaks in Bolivnr county opposite and below rht mouth of White river The flood from tlris crovasse wili back into Beaver Duni lake thence through Cypress and Muddy bayous and tho Coldwater river submerging sonw of the best cotton lands tilled in Tunica The plantations near the crevjisso are rapidly being subinergod and tho waters aro reach ing up cioso to the Vullay railway the trains of which will havo to quit in a day or two They Escaped iu a JDugOut MEMitns Teuu April Belle Gaff and Jlrs Hobbscame to this city on Saturday in a dugoat as a source of refuge from starvation Ashport the little village Erom which they came only contains a taw Inhabitants and is situated about eight miles above this city Both of the ladies are widows and they report everything afloat in that section The levees aro expected to givo way at any moment and every house in tho placo is half filled with water Great ttistress is anticipated throughout the Slis stwippi valley Four Convicts Killed Ala April men wero tilled and eight injured by the explo sion of a cartridge at tho Goalburg mines of the Sloss Iron and Steel company yesterday Threq wor whites and the others negroes All were convicts The explosion was caused bv a spark irorn a miners iFmp falling into sbox of cartridges Labor Ajritatton in Austria VIBVVA April 030 meetings of jrorkingmen have been arranged to take j placo in various parts of Austria on May 1 to agitate tbe establishment of an eighthour tlav BREAKFAST DISH ASKYOURBROORFOflrC Frank Collier Adj iured lusaue Agai CHICAGO April Collier the wellknown lawyer trho was sent to the insane asylum lastDsceinVr md discharged a short time ago as cured was yesterdai adjudged insane in the county court ace recommitted to the hospital for the at HIGH COURTS DISAGREE Tlic Suprcma Courts of the United States nm Illinois Differ in Opinion CHICAGO April supreme court of Illinois gnru tne United States supreme court the cold shoulder yesterday morning by refusing to tho doctrine laid down by tho higher tribumtl and decided the case John V Farwull against Nilsson in favor of the defendant Tlie case is of tho highest interest to attorneys nnd business men The tipreme court of the United Status about a laid down tao doctrine in the case of White against Canthauson that a debtor u circtstustauces could not prefer a particular set of creditjrs to tha exclusion of others The Deolsion in Illinois In tbe case decided yesterday tho state su premo court took a directly opposite view ind sustained the lower courts tho case of arwell against Nilsson Nilsson was a dry goods merchant doing business at 59 West Madison street and at 29 North Clark street He failed aud preferred the Lincoln Nition al bank the Chicago Trust and Suvings company aud others to the exclusion of Farwell and others Farwell Co filed a bill in equity seeking in effect to have tbo of assets equitably distributed Nils son demurred to Farwells bill Judge Col ins sustained the demurrer and the appel late court upheld Judge Collins Judge Gary however dissenting OCH HONE WIDDY MCREA Sho and Her Douglas Seem to Havo Tade a mistake LONDOX April Green and Mrs JicCrea are at odds Mrs McCrea is constantly weeping She keeps her room and now sees her mistake and laments her broken life and ruired character Green is silent sullen and walks about the Savoy hotel taking odd drinks and muttering to himself Green sai J to a reporter yesterday that he and Mrs McCrea had made their beds and so they must lie on them It is certain that a serious quarrel has arisen be tween the pair aud that each reproaches the other A further mystery is tho arrival of a motherly old woman who in the character of a nurse sleeps ill Mrs McCreas room Is Looked Oat A doctor is regular attendance Mys terious parcels kept arriving Sunday night and Mrs ilcCreas voice was continually heard singing AJinio L iurie Green is re fused admission to bis wifes room The ho tel darks refusa to talk Green is telegraph ing to his relatives in America trying to compromise Mrs McCrea is doing the same thing It is probable that Green wid return to America immediately and Mrs McCre as soon as she is sufficiently recovered Jordan Ont of the Banking Business NEW YORK April N Jor dan yesterday resigned as president of tha Western National bank and also as a direc tor C J Cacda resigned as vice presi dent No reason for the action is given out Brayton Ives was elected to succeed Hr Jordan both as a director and as president It is said that Jordans connsction with the Sixth National Equitable aad Lenox Hill banks caused the resignation Hasten Going to Indiana WASHINGTON CITY April States Treasurer Huston wili leave here for Indiana tomorrow to remain for some time Mr Huston will actively engage in the work preliminary to the election of trustees in the various precincts throughout the stite the election of whom will take place Jate in the spring Tbe Champion Tender Conscience WASHINGTON Crrr April conscience contribution of 51 IS was yesterday received at tho treasury department from an unknown employe of the Philadelphia mint The 18 cents are ior three years interest on the amount originally involved A Wife Commits JSFFESSOTTLXE April S Reck tenwatd wife of Michael Racktenwald prominent tin and hardware merchant committed sucide Sunday night by cutting her throat with a raitr Jlental aberra tion was the immediate cause of the tragedy thorn unablo to earn a support and who are dependent upon their daily labor or on tho contributions of others not legally bound thereto for their support shall upon mak ing due proof of the Tavt to such ripes and regulations as the secretary of th interior may provide be placed upon th3 list of invalid pensioners of tho United States and bo entitld t ivciM 512 par month and such conriimce the date of the filing or the appiicatim in the pension ofDoe after tha passagii of this act upon proof that the disability then existed and shall continue during the ex istence if tho sam Sonic Special Provisions Provided That persons who aro now re ceiving pensions under existing laira or whose claims aro pending in the pension office may by appliation to tho commis sioner of pensions in iuh form as ha inn prescribe showing thamsidves entitled there to receive the tonefits of this nut and noth ing herein contained shall b so construed as to prevent any pensioner thereunder from prosecuting his chiim and receiving hi pen sion under any other foiLrcil or spjdtl ac t provided however that uo person shall re ceive more tlmu oao for tht saizu period nnd provided frirtntir that rank in tho scrrici shall not be considered in appli cation filed under this iot In Kefrard to Ktjlativts Section o Thac if any or enlistoi man who uionh or more in the army or navy of 1 Uo Unite 1 Stutes during the late war of rbe rebalJiou nd who was honorably discharged has died or shall hereafter die leaving a widow minor child or childicn under 1G years of ago or in there shall be uo wi low or minor chi 1 or children a dependent or CalhM ns nch dpendency is defined uudir 1 of this act siuch iniuor child or chil dren or mother o1 fatlur shail bj piaced upon the pension roil at tho rates established or them by law without regard to the cause of death of such officer or enlisted man pro vided chat the causa of death of such officer or enlisted man was not or is due to a iolation ol the civil or military laws or the of vicious habits and that said widow was married to tho decei ed pensioner prior o tho passage of this act All pensions ranted to widows this act shall take effect from the date of tbo death of the hus ancls of such wi ows but not dating back of the passage oE this ace The Rnte for Minor Children Section 4 That from the date of the pass age of this act the increase of pensions for minor children shall be at the rate of S4 per month instead ol S3 ier mouth as pro vided by law and in case a minor child is insane idiotic or otherwise helpless thep fu sion shall continue during tho life ol said child cr during the period of such disa bility Section 5 provides thst no pension claim agent shall receive more than 810 for pros ecuting a claim nor receive that until such claim is allowed and that wrongfully with holding such pension or any part thereof shall mako him liable to a fine of not less than 8503 or imprisonment at bard labor not exceeding two years The vote on the bill in the senate was as follows Allison Blair Call Casey Chandler Dawes Edmunds Faulkner Frye George Gibson fiawiey Hearst Eigsins Hoar lagalls Jones of Nevada McPherson Jitanderson Mitchell Moody Jlorrill Paddock Payne Pettigrew Pierce Platt Plumb Sawyer Sherman Spooner Squire Stewart Stockbridge Teller Turpie Voorhees TValthall Wash burn Wilson of Berry Blackburn CockrelJ Colquitt Dan iel Harris Jones of Arkansas Pujh Rea gan Vest Wilson of THE NEW TARIFF BILL Revie w of the Measure as Adopted by the Republicans Crrr April tariff bill as finally completed by the Republican members of the house ways and means com mittee shows few chsmgc5 from tho syn opsis presented in theso dispatches some days ago A look over the measure shows that all sugars under No 16 Dutch stand ard are to pay a duty of 35 per cent ad va lorem while sugars above No 10 are taxed i per cent The duty an leaf tobacco suit able for wrappers is increased Generally the wood scheuule is reduced The duty on nearly every article in the cotton manufac tures schedule is increased Heavy Increftse on Wool There is also a heavy increase in tbe duties on wools while the iron schedule shows a reduction also the copper schedule Duties on pig and bar iron however remain as at present Chains are reduced onesixth The duty on leather is incraasd on an average of about per cent arcid a tax is place 1 on hides of about 15 per cent Tow of flax or hemp cotton bagging and othjr hemp flax or jute fabrics are about doubled Thiuty on agricultural products is greatly in creased The increase is ail alcng the iina and is designed to givis farmers a market for many millions worth of products now im ported The duty cm bacon hams bsef mnrton and pork is decreased about half and the frea list is greatly enlarged Internal Features The internal revenue features of the bill contain a number interesting change from existing law It is provided that after May 1 1S91 ail specM taxesnpon dealers in tobacco manufacturers of tobacco or eigarsi an4peddlers of tobaco shil cease but the More Goods Marked and Placed Upon Our Counters HATS TIES SHIRTS UNDERWEAR UMBRELLAS All at Wet Goods Prices I should think not Miss AntbOay replied are not to oxceu l f000 woman in the territory In the new states you will always find women ir the minority lu the oliler Massachusetts for ex largely outnumber the men What do you hope to accomplish in Mas sachusetts where the women numerically outnumber the men1 Miss Anthony shook her head despoudingly I have but little hopa of Massachusetts she said The foreign element is very strong thera and it is opposed as a rule to female THE NATIONAL LEGISLATURE IVJiemoiaiidum of the Transactions in the Two Houses of Congress WASHING rnv CITY April made a sot speech in the scant yesterday on the silver question in the couro of whioh he advocated lh3 payment of the national debt in silver ns well as gold and the retirement of all greenbacks and national banknotes under 510 denomination and substitution her for ot coin certificates legal ten dor foall debts Th depeidont pensions bill then came tip Aui jiuhnoats removing the limitation of arrears providing that the money to pay the he raised by an income tax inciiulin thosa who served in Indian wars prior to 1S7U and giving per month to all who servel XJ days in the late war and are or may become W3 years of age were rejected aud the bill to li A secret session rts then held and the sen ate adjourned The housepassed a number of measures of littio general interest and then wentinto committee of the whole on the army appro priation The committee soon rose without materially the bill and theamend ment ndopel Saturday in committee pro hibiting the of hquors in army can teens was rejeted as another provid ing that canteens shall not keep liquors in prohibition states or Icrritorios Tho bin was passed and Springer introduced a joint resolution authorising tho retirement with rank of major of Gen Banks The house then adj juraed Ail Octogenarian in Trouble WASHINGTON CITY April grand jury of the District yesterday brought in two indictments against Saomol Strong who for a number of years has been in Hti gatioa with Gen B F Butler who brought suit againstStrong to enforce tha payment of counsel fees The indictments charge Strong with forging evidence aud spiriting away papers in the case Mr Strong is 86 years old and very feeble but when arrested he declined to furnish b dl and was taken to jail The Cattle Barons Must Go WASHINGTON CITY April com missioner of Indian affairs has directed In dian agents located vrithiu the Indian terri tory to see that in accordance with the presidents proclamation of Feb 17 last all cattle and live stock held on the Cherokee outlet are removed from those lands by the 1st of October next DEW ENTER The Hatter A U SRllOYEU Logansport M CROSS Foimely with dehuuli lo CIGARS CIGAR JOBBERS Maryland Street lnllaaapol8 Imported Key West and Domestic Cigars Fine Goods a Specialty State Agents for FUMAS THE GRAND and other Fine Goods Tlie nbovo Firm will bo represented by FrcJ iu this vicinity for Infants and Children Castortm is so well aciaptoi to children that recommend it as superior tc any tncirn to me H JL AJICHZR M D IU So Oxford St BiooVElyn K T ujjarloaii medicmtlott TEE CoiTAsv 77 5urrav Street N CsstorJa cures Colic Consttpatlnn Soir Stomicii aThosa Eructatiua gives sltep asd piomotes dJ MICK KLEIN Merchant Tailor Hcs Just Received his Spring Samples Suits S2O and Pants The Cheapest and Best First Class Work Guaranteed Cor 4th and nrosdwayup Stairs ABBREVIATED TELEGRAMS The stealings of Archer Marylands state treasurer are now put at Hon Charles Danforth aged 74 justice of thei Maine supremo court died Sunday night Governor Hill of New Tork has the Saxton ballot bill on constitutional grounds Joseph B Millard aged 74 of Kalamaioo Mioh died Monday He was worth about 1500000 It is reported at New York that Bedloes island upon which is the statue of Liberty is slowly sinking into the waters of the bay United States Treasury Huston Monday mailed 31386 checks amounting to Sii6 in payment of the April interest due on 4 per cent bonds Vice Admiral Stephen Eowan U S K died at tae Etfoett house in Wash ington City Monday of Brights disease He was 55 years old The state of Dlinois owns in public build ings grounds caaale etc property valued at over Charles Baker a farm hand is in jail at Cortland S Y accused of having mur dered his father Saturday night by cutting bis throat with a razor The New York and Long Island Railway company proposes to build K tunnel Sve miles long under tba city and Hudson river It will cost Two trainmen were killed near Sweet Cannot Find tbe Will BUTTE Mont April the death of Andrew J Davis the banker which oc curred some three weeks ago hia relatives here and in Kew and Chicago have been hunting high and low for his will but up to now no such document has been dis covered Saturday in the district court here two separate petitions were filed one by Henry A Root of New Tork and tbe other by John E Davis of this city pray ing for letters of administration on the es tate of the deceased broker The estato is valued at about Cashier Perrins Case Postponed ASHLAXD TTis April case of Phelps Perrin who was to have had a hear ing Monday on the charge of embezzling funds to the extent of 81403 from the Iron Exchange bank of Hurley has Lesn post poned until ths 12th of next month on ac count of the poor health of Municipal Judge Calkins Hi second trial for robbery has also been postponed until the 14th Tire Makes 330 Men Idle HARTFORD Conn April 5ut companys works and Plattner Por ters papermill at Uniontown together with some adjacent buildings were burned i water Tenn on the East Tennessee Vir THEY NiEED RECONSTRUCTING A Community in Tennessee Which Stilt In Rebellion NEW YOEJC April special from Nash ville Tenn to The Herald says tacre Is great excitement at Snow Creek Smith county Tenn over an attempt on the part ot a number citizvtis to cimpel Postmas ter Finn to leavu the towa Several at tacks have been made on tbe postofflce br armed men and the ion Rlloy L Finn has bein cripp ed for life while as sisting his fEther to protect thi offlce Oatragre on tbe Xatfonal Kndgu It la also learned that tha American flag has been cu from a staff on th postofflce and torn to shreds The postofflca depart ment sent an inspector to investigate the matter The result of his labors was arrest of eleven man three of whom rrereon Saturday bid i in bonds to await tbe action of the gruid Jury Those opposed to Mr Finn say they will never tolerate a Re publican postmaster last night Tha nut works employed about 3W man and ths paper mill about fifty Tha loss is heivv Tlie Price of Ice Advanced April dealers in ica heId a mating yesterday and decided to ad vance the price of ice to 5 a ton No Bribery it Ludlow Street Jail XEW YORK April Barrett yes terday sustsiined tha demurrer of Deputy Sheriffs Walsh Hartin and Young to the indictments found against them for bribery in accepting S700 from C G Fraucklyn a prisoner in Lnilow Street jail for certain privileges granted him The judge that ths deputies did not accept a becausa they conld legally have granted Francklyn tha privileges U they to Jim Alutr of the New York League ball team has wagered flOO that his will stand higher at the end of than the Gotham Brotherhood teaaj ginia and Georgia railroad Monday and several fatally hurt by a collision caused by tbe train breaking in two Tbe suit of Hapresentative Grain of Texas to recover from the government money lost through the defalcation of Cashier Silcott has been decided in his favor by tbe court of claims at Washington City in a court room f overflowing wim a curious crowd Moi at Buffalo Y William Kemmler v sentenced to die by electricity during the w ek beginningApril 3S next He will be the first man to ba killed that way An old misr of Newtown Conn named Booth died Sunday aged 7U years Just be fore death he expressed the wish that he conld swallow the SI 0000 he had accumu lated so that no one would be benefited by his death ExSheriff Flack Joseph Meeks and Will iam L Flack son of the exsheriff were sentenced to two one and four months im prisonment and fines of toOO each for their skullduggery in connection with the fraudu lent divorce proceedings against Mrs Flack An appeal was taken CREAM BAKIH6 POWDER Its guperlorexcellen1 proven In millions of homes for more than quarter of a century It is used by the States Government Bn dorwd tjthe ttesds of the great as the Stronjresu Purest and most Healthful Dr Bkl g Power not contain Ammonia Lime or Alum Sold only to PB1CE BAKING POWDER CO New Tort Chlcajro Sac Tnaxttao St Ixv   

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