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   Logansport Pharos (Newspaper) - April 2, 1890, Logansport, Indiana                                LOGANSPORT DAILY PHARO8 15TI1 YEAR JOHN GRAYS Corner CKving to the disagreeable wither of lst week we have iciurSod to continue our s ii s o i jfo Muslin Weimar For Anolhor Week p Goods will be acidcii to stock this week D1 iiuijK MM fUIAN M Wednesday 2 K XUi UHnl Sn uujuLir RIP WINKLE I tir Vminy JhnttttJter Actor vl R OEU PAIGE An 1 i cirpi t Ietropolltun Play rinf conit A plty rrmvnLii mill meptcrctt wirh i poptt tiritv i tin1 iimviso Grand Street Parade afc a m IjyjHjliif iuUijis 1or veei tain J t Mvnrtir I n llftlj Uiiuvtt PROMENADE CONCERT MASCOTTE BAND Assist Oil tiy thn hei Vocal riistiiimeritiil Lilrmry Talent in the city at the Hiuk ou tlu iiiifhts ol WutlHsdiiy Thiirsiliiy Jititi lriduy il 9 JO and JJth NICHTiOGAN ty dipt Win Ciiaso TTilHSOAV XIOIITST MATTHEWS COM M XDKV CATHOLIC KNIGHTS OK AMKUICA Coinlnutulol by CiijJt Join 1C Fov rHIOVY MGHTIOGAX CANTON TAT KIAKCMi WftITAVr I O O P coinmtiiKlei by n Chime The Drill eucli evening will bu tollowotl by a select musical program Admission 23 cents REAL ESTATE for sukv dosirnblo residences or east Brim WfiV iorsalp desirable residences on east No rt and cost lHuh streets For salr 8 desirable residences on Spear St For sule uuslrablo residences on west Broil wny For sale ilcilmblu residences on Chlppew and Pratt streets Two tlteirnble dw IHngs on Osago streetfo silly for sale or trndo dwellings In Smith an Sliultztown For trflde fams for city property City iroporty worth SlOOO S1000 ttu SoOW to oxchniijre for fanns Korsulc brick residence at No f2 Broac of dry iroods to trade for a fjood farm A s ock of bouts uml shoos to trade for a goo farm Wanted a farm to trade for drug an grist ml I Wanted business block to trade lor a iam Lots for sale In all parts of tho city For sjile a desirable residence and lots o Wrtjtht and lotti street For rout elegant third floor apartments For particulars enquire of M M QOR13ON Pension nnl Heal Estate Asonl Eooui No Elliott Hock Logtiusport Ind sb of WEDNESDAY EYE3SINO 2 18iJO NO THE FAIRVOTEE Doesnt Exercise Her Priv ilege Very Numerously WOMEN AT THE POLL IN KANSAS PHRL7ID 12thSt Drue Store BREAKFAST DISH ASK YOUR GROCER IDA It Campaign for Four Candidates Tliat Only Panned Out One of the Get lu Their Work at Chicago and Milwau OirYcsr rntlior Rough on the Slu Moving on tho BallotBox TOPEKA Kaa April were held In Kansas yesterday in the sixty cities of the flrst second and third class for coun cilman and members of the school board In nearly all tho ci ties no political lines were drawn and tlio battles were fought on purely local The only interest at aching to the elections was the exercise of the suffrogo by the women who are perj mittnd uuder the laws of Kansas to vote for city officers trad of the school joard At Manhattan where the women captured all the nity offices two years ago they had another ticket iu the fleld yester and the prospects aro that it was elected over the three other tickets In this ity littlo interest was manifested outside of oil ward Out of a total registration of ibout GOO women voters only about 425 Tutctl tVauiau Beaten at AtehUon At Atcldson tho result was disastrous to tho wonieu who started out to capture four rnemnersof the school board One woman candidate is Lydia Stockwell slio had no opposition Miss Stock wjll was however unmercifully scratched many moil preferring to vote a blank rather than for a woman At Leavenworth tho Democrats failed to nominate any women whilo tlir Republican ticket named four The Dmocmtic ticket Is lentod with tho excep tion of one councilman Out Against Prohibition At Emporta ovor C i0 women voted but their vota were divided among the candi ditus like that of the men Only one woman was it G R Jackson She was elected although opposed by many of sax who supported an uutiProhibition iii At Newton the vote was less rbiir the vote of one year ago At Lawvmco about SOU women voted but little interest was manifested A iVindUlntes Wife iocs Hustling So iiutense was tlio feeling in Topeka that Mrs LuU wife of one of the candidates for couneilnrum wont out in her carriage early in the mo ruing and canvassed from house to house for votes for her husband Nogro anvi men wuru iwnt out with car riage ti solicit white and colored voters to to to tha poi s and help their candidate At the iLsiiluncutof a prominent citizen a buxom negro wjnan appeared buforo breakfast was over upl detcfitvdod to know how tho lady of tho liouso pro pen led to vote She was told that it was nom of Her and asked to depart Had u JLittl u TimguBUunglns At ii oclock a crowd of negro men and women wero congregated at one of tho poll ing places in a general war of words over their respective candidates One declared that a cet tain candidate was a drunkard This aroused a 200pound negro woman who dauounco d the statement as n lie Very little electioneering was dono by women iu otber wards of tha city due probably to tho pntflicntiou of a card by the Equal Suffrage assactofiion in tho morning advising against it Klected a Colored Woman At Sulina tao olce UCKI was an animated one Tho female suLVHists Dacnominated a woman candidate for school board from two wards A cc ored woman was run by the untisuftragists The suffragists defeated and tho colon el woman elected by an overwhelming majority At Hiawatha three women nero st Bted to the school board but at Wullingtt ti the women candidates wero snowed under AH SIN WANT J A VOTE He Proposes to Make Iti Constitutional Question NEW YORK April day Monday crowds of Chinamen surroufuded the bill boards in front of JO MoU street trying to learn the contents of a fivefoot Chinese poster of flaming red paper with gilt edges This is a translation of a part of the pro clamation We the undersigned conimHtee do re spectfully inform you that the principal causo of our continued persecution by tho races who differ from vis in civilization and language is the fact that we have no voting power tbat power having been unjustly de nied us by reason of partisan legislation through political rascalities A Call for tlio Cusii This uujust legislation against us has been discovered by us recently to be unconstitu tional and it ia our sincere belief also that such unjust dealings wich tho Chinesa do not represent tho trns toutimnts of tho blue blooded now desire our fel low countrytaen to uniu with us iu an ef fort to present our mauy grievances in a proper manner thu American people This is an important movement a movement that needs not cajy good words but good money to back it Let ail those who wish to enter into this matter with heart and money report at J Dover MUNICIPAL ELECTION RETURNS democrats Carry muiwanlsee and JHake a Clean Sweep at Chicago CHICAGO April Democrats elected their entire ticket here yesterday for as sessors collectors clerks supervisors etc ia ell the towns of the north south and west towns and for the flrst time in the history of Chicago there is not a Re publican town officer in the territory bounded by the old limits Th3 Democrats twenty aldermouand the Republicans twentyone One citisieus candidate and QUO Independent candidate for aldermen liere also elected Tho next council will be a tie with Mayor Cregiar Democrat to cost the deciding vote Elsowhero in IlliQois Tha Democrats carried Springfield prob ably Monticello Joliet Salem Essex Ma comb Lincoln and county Quincy Broidwood and Taylorville The Republic jos carried Harvard Princeton Paris p robably and the elections were mixed at T Taukegan Kankakee and other places Tictorioms at Milwaukee Wis April the mu ni election yesterlay thj Democrats their entire tickut George W Peck the proprietor of Peeks Sun Democratic for mayor ihas a plurality over n Republican of 5000 iletou EJIU Clairs Manitowoc Water Fort Atkinson Barabco Chippewa alls and were csirried by the The Hepublicaus got there at Jiiisville on da number of other places and the and no license tick ets had Tariod success a Ise whfflre j McKmnbn leading the ticket for mayor At I Albetf Lea Gates Dew was elected mayor turning over a large normal Republican I majority At Fergus Falls a great Farm ers Alliance center and Republican strong I hold Earle Democrat wks elected mayor Wabasha and Sauk Centar gave increased Democratic majorities atid St Peter and Anonka showed Democratic gains though carried by the Republicans In MlcUigan and South Dakota KJLLAMAZOO Mich April election at Lawton resulted in a victory for the citizens ticket as follows President C S Adams recorder E VV Hall treasurer E H Hinckley assessor Juan JleKeyes trus tees TV O Marion Henry Few and John Sonld HUBON S April city election yesterday resulted in tho success of the en tire Republican ticket with majorities from 40 to 10J except on police magistrate whicb ires a tie Democrats Carry Scheneutftdy SI V SCHEXECTADY N Y April the municipal election in this city yesterday tho Democrats elected their entire city ticket carrying thu five wards for both su DTVisors and aldermen CONGRESSIONAL MEMORANDA Notos of the Transactions In the National Legislature WASHISOTON CITT April bill was introduced in tho senate yesterday imposing a heavy tax on adulterated beer and requir ing it to be branded adulterated The Chinese census bill was reported with amendments practically striking out the slrict exclusion c iauso put in by the house The house bill authorizing the employment of boats on tho Mississippi river to aid the people Hooded out of their homes was passed The senate tlvep went into executive session and at fi p in adjourned The house passed admitting free of duty articles from Mexico to the St Louis exposition this year permitting affidavits etc iu coses to be taken before any officer authorized to administer oaths for general purposes authorizing the construc tion of n bridge across the Iowa river at or near Wapello la and transferring from Galena Ills to Dubuque la the offices of bull and boiler inspectors Bills were intro duced providing that pensions granted to dependent relatives of deceased soldiers shall take effect from date of soldiers death making it an offense for a combina tion of individuals or corporations to assist in defendiug a suit concerning a patent The fortifications bill appropriating was considered in committee of the whole amended so as include Indianapolis among the possible places at which to produce steel forcing and passed Resolutions of regret for tho doath of Representative Wilbur of Nov York were adopted and the house ad journed ROYAL MATRIMONIAL GOSSIP An ITnhonltliy Prince to Marry Kaiser WilUelms Sister LONDON April marriage of the prince of Naples the heir to the throno of Italy has occupied the gossips of Europe at intervals for the last two years This un healthy and to use no stronger term exceed ingly eccentric young man it is now said has been engaged by thu powers concerned to bo married to the Princess Margaret Kaiser TVilhelms youngest sister A Convenient Style of Education The Roman Catholic dignitaries profess to bo scandalized at the mere umor of the princes marriage to a protestant while oth ers suggest that the princess has possibly been brought xip like many of the old regime without any religion at all in order that sho may adopt that of her future husband without any prejudice Certain it is that intrigues are in progress to prevent such a marriage the French cardinals being named as its most bitter opponents A Roported Rotrothal Denied LONDON April report of tho be trothal of Archduchess Stephanie widow of Crown Princo Rudolph to Archduke Francis heir to tho Austrian throne is offi cially denied at Vienna BIG STRIKE OF PLUMBERS Chicago Mou Go Out on a Demand for Higher Wages April is estimated thatluOU plumbers of this city struck yesterday for an advance in wages from a basis of S3 as minimum wages por day to a basis of Five small shops not imxabers of the Master Plumbers association employing about thirty men granted the uniform rate and the advan ce asked Members OL the Master Plumbers association declare hat thsy can secure from other cities all the men they need at tho old rate and that a of them have al ready had applications froMi outside work men General Strike at Elizabeth If J ELIZABETH N J April demand for an increase of 50 conts per day made by the masons and bricklayers of this city was refused and tho men struck The strike is general and tho work on all new buildings has been stopped Strnok and Got What They Atkeii GLOUCESTER Mass April masons struck yesterday for an increase of wages from to per day The demand was conceded by tho contractors who have considerable work ahead and the men re turned to work CAUORTONTHEFLY Telegraphic Flashes Corraled for Their Novelty OAPEIOES OP THE TOBNADO How the Wind Played with Objects in of Hockey lu an Akrou O Cartridges in a Tlrginiu Mutual Friend Han His little Young Mans tife Blighted oy His Fathers Sin LOUISVILLE Ky April are hundreds of the most interesting and mirac ulous incidents connected with the tornado showing the queerest sort of freaks the wind A block of iron casting weighing over 150 pounds was blowainto the scond story of tho Chesapeake Ohio and South western railway building near the Union station Nobody knows where it eanie from and the nearest building from which it could haye come is nearlj one huudred yards away Great sheets of tinroofing were dropped uoon Dr Barrys farm near Turners station forty miles from the city on tho Short line The Clock Stopped at P 31 In the ruins a house on West Main street a clock was found clinging to the wall It was a large office clock but no one in the ricinity had over seen it before and no one knows where it camo from It was badly broken but the hands still pointed to p us A large slab of marble was found in a residence on West Madison street which was never there before It will weigh over 100 pounds At Eaircls drug store on Market above Ninth two bird cage with the birds were blown through the skylight The cages were not injured end the birds ari us full song as ever MJraoulous Escape of a Family When the building occupied by Brand Bethel the tobacco men on Green street went to pieces a portion of the frame work dropped through tho roof of a little cottage just east of the factory It consisted a heavy timber to which were morticed foul upright pieces timuer When this came through the cottage the family were sittin around the table in tho dining room anc the four uprights simply pinned them in but did not hurt them in the least It was one of the most wonderful escapes yet heari of THE GARRELO MEMORIAL ts Dedication to Take Place on tlon Day SO CLEVTSiAXD O April following has been a ddressed to the public by esPres dont Ruthsrford B Hayes and Hon Amos More Goods Our Counters Marked and Placed Upon THERE WAS NOBODY HURT A Harmless Dude Who Had Grit Tha WHS Not Needed WHEELING W Va April Bond and James Rudolph two society youths fought a duel at a point about three miles east of this city early yesterday morn iag The duel was with revolvers loadec with blank cartridges but that fact was unknown to oue of the principals Bond being very much in earnest Rudolph insulted Bond n days ago while they were calling on a lady Bond who is noted for his excessive politeness and whom Rudoiph and his friends had looked upon as a harmless dude wroto a caustic letter to Rudolph The latter re sponded with a challenge winch Bond ac cepted at once choosing swords Through a mutual friend he was induced to make it revolvers The puile Was Coward The mutual friend loaiad The guns with blank cartridges and the party left the city at 4 a m A physician vho was asked to accompany tho party threatened to have them arrested and thoy concluded to go without medical aid Rudolph was lot into tbo blank cartridge secret but Bond wis in earnest all through having written let ters to his mother and frUuds to be deliv ered in case he fell on field of honor Bond fired in the air ml theu stood up and took his opponents discharge repeating this on tho second discharge Tae principals then said they were satisfleJ and returned to tho city HAD A MONKEY OF A TIME A Wild and Untamed JEative of South America Let Loose Prematurely AKBON O April 2 F Sieberlinga son Charles returned yesterday from an extended trip through South America bringing with him a large species of South American monkey The box containing tue monkey was brought out to be opened amid the curiosity of the family circle and a few friends The monkey was untamed and had been closely confined since it was shipped from Buenos Ayres via London The moment THE GAKFTELu Townsend president and secretary of the Garfleld Memorial association The Gar field Memorial association purpose to dedicate by appropriate public service the memorial structure mvcied in honor and memory of tho late President Girflald at Lake View cemetery iu tlits city on Xa tional Memorial Day May SO next The trustees of the association respectfully solicit and cordially invite all organized bodies in the United States including military Masonic and civic and ex soldi TS and citi zens generally to honor the occasion by their presence and to participate in the cereinoaies Arrangements are being per fected with railroad companies for reduced rates of fare information of which may be obtained at the principal stations ARCHER OWNS HIS RASCALITY A letter ot Resignation In Which There i Is o Comfort for His Friends ANNAPOLIS MJ April painful silence which State Treasurer Stevenson Archer has maintained ever since the dam aging charges against him have been made public has at last been broken He himself has spoken and his friends can find little comfort in what he tells them Testrrday Archers resignation was brought to Annap olis by his soninlaw Senator Silver The letter is addressed to Governor Jackson and is as follows hereby tender you my resignation as treasurer of Maryland During the four years of the incumbency of the office by ms over 813500000have been received and dis bursed by my office every dollar of which has been scrupulously accounted f Jr by the efficient laborious and honest employes ia my otHce so that the books correspond ex actly with the charges against me in th comptrollers office I say this in justice to those officers Stolo It All Himself Tho safe deposit boxes iu Baltimore which held the sinking fund belonging to th3 state wero uudur my solo and exclusive control no other person ever having had access to them since I havo been in office Any irreg ularifcy ill the funds in tliosa boxes is attrib utable to me alone If this cannot be ex plained tlien I must submit myself to the majesty of tbo lav Respectfully STEVEXSQV ARCHER HATS TIES SHIRTS UNDERWEAR UMBRELLAS All at Wet Goods Prices DEWENTER The Hatter A K SHUOYER Loyuusport OH AS M OHOSP Formoly Schnull i Co liulaou CIGARS Cross CIGAR JOBBERS 21 Wosl Miirylunil Ptrict THE NATIONAL BALANCE SHEET the box cover was loosened the animal and escaped into the War on the Bucket Shopi CHICAGO April order of the direc tors ol the board of trade the different tele graph companies removed every wire and instrument from the exchange hall yuster day The companies will not even bei per mitted to cube messages from the mala floor to their offices below and all business hereafter will hare to be done through mes sengers This radical step ia taken by the board it is believed to preclude all ipossi bility of bucket both in and out of the city securing the quotations Faraollsild OShea LONDON April has filed de nials in tho case of OShea versus Parnall as corespondent and Mrs OShea has naked a months delay in filing liar pleas Capt OShea will oppose ths granting of further delay believing as he alleges that post ponement is sought for political effect A ia Luck WASHIXOTOX Crrr April comp troller of the currency has appointed George W Holman of Rochester Ind to ba bank examiner for the state of Indians vice Sainnsl K Taylor resigned broke its fastenings drawing room A Costly Exhibition Catching up a costly vase the monkey dashed it into fragments knocked a French clock from the mantel demolished it and ran among ths pictures curtains brica brac and decorations Ho was finally driven into the diningroom where the battle was renewed and tho monkey bombarded his pursuers with knives saucers and plates Several gentlemen were severely bitten and scratched before the South American native was forced to strike his colors The damage done makes him undoubtedly the costliest monkey in the country His Fathers Sin Eligllted HU Life CiicSA Cal April Casey who has been confined for three months in the county jail for the murder of Daniel llathe son on Hew Years Daf made an unsuccess ful attempt at suiciuo yesterday morning with an iron spoon sharpened on the win He cat a gash four inches long in Imporied Koy West and Domestic Cigars Fine Goods a Specialty State Agents for PUMAS THE GRMSD and other Fine Goods The above Firm will bo roproscutod by Fiel D kemun in this ricinity Reduction uf in HID Public in Hccoipts WASHINGTON CITY April month ly public debt statamont issued from the treasury department yesterday shows a de crease of debt during tho past month amounting to SUoS9857 and for tho first nine mouths ol lh current Uscal jear of Thu uet surrMis in Uie treasury is S3SG1 jS42 or about loss than a month ago Receipts of tUo Government Government receipts from all sources dur ing March past aggregated 180 or more than in March 1S39 Cus toms receipts during the month amounted to or Sl750000 more than in March a year ago while internal revenue receipts were or 1250000 great er than in March 1SS9 Windoms Estimate About Correct Keceipts from all sources for the first three quarters of the current year aggregated S295000000 and this seems to point to a revenue by the of the fiscal year fully up to Secretary TVindoms estimate of 000000 submitted in his annual report last December Iowa Xjeglslatton DBS MOIKES Ia April tho senate made the license billjspecial order for today anI a resolution was adopted to ap point a joint committee to examine the Meyers voting machine Consideration o the bill for i state normal school at Algona resulted in the defeat of that location The bill was then amended by providing that commissioners should select the sites Then tho friends of Algona defeated the whole bill The house passed the bill re leasing Fremont county from Oaxes ou land which tho Missouri river moved over to Nebraska in 1S74 The Sage weather serv ioe and crop report bill wns made special or der for tomorron The school text Ixxik question was debated four hours without ULLIMAHTIC SPOOL For Safe by off SIXCORD COTTON Leading Dealers 34 Union Square New York City Aug ymt 1889 After a series of tests at our Elizabethportfactory extending over a period of several months we have decided to use the WILLIMANTIC COTTON believing il to be the best thread now in the market and strongly recommend it o all agents purchasers and users of tltt Singer Machines THE SINGER MANUFACTURING COMPANY NICK Merchant Tailor Has Just Received his Spring Samples Suits S2O and S25 Pants The Cheapest and Best First Class Work Guaranteed Cor 4th and Hroedwayup Stairs dow silt his neck narrowly missing the carotid arI action terv and jugular He is a sonof James H j Casey Wo was hanged by a San Francisco BepresoniatJve Kamlall Kecoverins vteilance committee in 50 because he asi WASBTVCTOV CITT Aprii Randall igila sassinatad Casey is a Editor James good eiamule Elections in ftCinneaota j ST April Falls Crooto l ton and Albert Lea all bUberto heavy Re it publican cities went Democratic yesterday At Crookston tho Democrats made a clean iireeo and avary ciir officer fathers infamy casts upon the son He was shunned because of hii relationship to the man whosa memory was execrated for years and finally took to drink In a drunken debauch he committee the murder for which he will probably be hanged Was Glad She Was Alive KBW YoSK am so glad you rescued me said Its Augusta Machmard a young German womoo to a policeman and the deckhands of a ferry boat at the foot of Broadway WUliamsburg Monday morning The woman had attempted sui cide by jumping into the water as the boat was leaving the slip With difficulty she was rescued She thanked bsr rescuers with tears in tier eves It was a case of domestic infelicity Beat a Britisher at Fencing I Krsv Toss April Bt John who claims the foil fencing championship of executive committee has decided to main1 the United States yesterday defeated Srgt tain last years westbound rates for tha William TViliioms late of the Bntish Life Guards in a fencing match at tho Edea llasee winning four bouts oat of flre ard King Young keeps up remarkably well A friena called of the blight a i On him Monday and in a friendly talk Mr SECRETARY NOBLE ANNOYED He Gives Chief of to That Be ti on Deck Crrr April Noble bos boea considerably annoyel of by the chiefii of bureaus and other ofE era fn the interior ilepartmeuc going out of the city weather followed by rain fn western portion of Iowa warper southeaaterly THE MARKETS Caicioo April L Prodnctt Fancy Elgin por Ib fine creameries finest fresh iag2Qc fresh packing Block ftSJSc stiictly fresh lie per dot Droefted poultry wlthout notifying him tn several instances CQicteM per Ib tcrkeyo the first intimation he had oC yoiing hens ducks M We the announcement in the press thit such Fair to choice per bbl an official was out west or in some other sec tion of the country Aa he notifies the pres dent when be has occasion to laare toe city the secretary s of opinion that the officers ot the department can let him know when they are about to be absent has there tare issued on order declaring that hareaf ter chiefs of bureaus and officers in the interior department muse obtain leave on written application bafore absenting themselves AVill Maintain last Ecars Batei April Trunk lines coming season eastbound rates No action was taken on Appointed to a Michigan Office VTASHTSGiox Crrr April General Miller has appointed Jared W Kn ney to be assistant United States attorney for the eastern district of Michigan He Owes About 39OOOO PHtLJLDEWHlA April liabilities of 5oah JT Kossnberger woolen torer who assigned yesterday are about aswto not stated taking a pnrsa of put up by I j bars of tha New York I Think Silence Is Golden for Bandy LOSDOX April 2 Randolph Charch 1 ill has declined she invitation to adiress a i Liberal meeting on toe subject of the cou ference of the oeace commission at Berlin a decision which meets the approval of lus friends wfto deprecate his maScugany pub i lie spwcbM on any lubjcct at this time Randall denied that ha hid a canclr as re ported He said his trouble was simply a fistula and tlit he was rapidly recovering I can now eat solid food he said and en joy a chop or a piece of steak I feel strong and when the tariff bill is brought into the house I will be there to tstkc part in the de bate The City of Paris QUEENSTOTIV April disabled steamer City of Paris started for Liverpool yesterday afternoon under the power of her port engir She was pumpid entirely clear of water and her agents issue a stateroent declaring thai her bottom was uninjured in ths accident and tha bulkheads uound that the VKTSS vas throughout pjriectly safe snci vorud have continued to float indefi nitely aij witiioui risk to her piifeugers CuHlrtnl Live Without HU Wife XEW YDPE Aprii Marks a weaitUv cornmisiioa merchant at 2b 96 Spriaj suicide yesterday at 67 East TweUth street by ia the head His srife had Uui rafusd An Olive Brunch from the LOSDOS April is stated tbjkt Em peror William is preparing a scheme for a peaceful compromise of the existing differ ences between Germany and France and will submit tae terms to the French govern ment at an early day The plan is said to be so entirely equitaule that ite tender by thi more aggressive of tha two powers cannot fail of cordial acceptance by thu othtr though it may possibly ba subjected to slight modification Bue Bali Come Hifh PrrtsBUBO April Pittsburg Ka tional leajroe club offered First Beckley tho captaincy of ehe team it of a year for three yars and ISOUO cash to piny with the club Beckloy re fused the oiler Licorice Works Destroyed TOLEDO O April Toledo works located at Wagonworks a suburb of this city were totally destroyed by Sre yesterday Loss fully covered by insurance The works will be rebuilt im mediately Another To Be Shocked to Death I NEW YOKE April In the general ses sions conrt yesterday afternoon Joseph Wood was sentenced by Recorder Smith to be executed by electricity in tha week begin Mav 3 New ork XEW TOBK April L Z red winter OMb April May STc July WfC mixed cash camh do April 80X0 d May 354c do June So 2 do do 28560 doJucc Bar leyjfomlnal JUT6ai2JK for new bat steady Apri JIay S6fl Live stock trading In beeret dressed boef flrm sides perlb and lambs Market quiet but eleady per Ibs lamfcs Hogs Market a shade higher live hogs UXJlbe A iw Break at Autin Mitt ifisB April at a new break at Austin Hte and WBTW ing levels are indnring may families to move beyond the danger liM Greenville is surroonded and partly dated iLive Theie is of CREAM The Weather We Maj Esptct Crrr April follow ing are the weather indication for thirtralx gf the of hours from 8 p m yesterdan For upper M je strongest Purwt and oioet Healthful lu superior pixnrea in millions of Domee for more than a quarterof a centuryIt 19 used by the United States Government En and Fabr warmei DJ Bii f Powder weather For and contain Ammonia Lime or Alum Sold oolj Lower MliihlgMiFiJr warmer In OHM PE1CB BAKIKOPOWDEK CO windVFor Tort Fraactoco St   

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