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   Logansport Pharos (Newspaper) - April 3, 1890, Logansport, Indiana                                LOGAN8POET DAILY PHAROS 15TH YEAE EVENING APKIL 3 1890 NO 290 JOHM BRAYS Conner Owiny Lu ilio disagreeable or of 1 IsL week wo have to continue our sale of Ladies Musiii Underwear For Another Week p S Now Goods will bc adciod to tho rttock this week Military faiv CHUM Ii CON CKHT i iiy lli MASCOTTE BAND KM Ji VHiil and ljtrntrv Talii in tic at Iho llmk th iiiirliis M Tliiliiy and Friday April 9 JO and JJth XICHTIOIIAN Ijy tiipt Wm Chasi Til I1C I A V XICIITST MATniKWSCnM M tATUOIIi KNK1HTS VMKKlsA fojiinmiHUj Lupf John H XKiHT AN CANTON IAT KIAiiCIIS MIMTANl I O Iiy II TinDrill cviiilnir will bf followed ly u nilutl nmsiriiliiil HTiry pruifrnin REAL ESTATE jiikT tUti on Unmd way lm JcMniMt1 nciS on utust North cjlr t iLi strtft For Mill H dtsinillc Mi Spcur St J ocsimlli1 rusidvIKUS m wist Uruud wny iur tiuKinilU1 on mid InilT stivuts Two iw lliiiws dii f si rout for Ml If for tnur ilva ilinrs in Smith nin For fnufc property Vitv imjprriv worth flWU and io Fur sulr brk1 rosiiliMKc it Xu Hruud w i V f drv rromis to triulu Iorti jfood Iann A stork d Mois and shoes to trade Cor a yooil ln nn Wantiil a Im m d trtuln ImdniK shirr aiul mi I Wanted hlock to lor a farm Lots tor suitin all city for sale a tiLsiratiU vrMdtiitv and Jolri im Wrijrht and trilot Kor ront rlrjrant thin apartments I 1Vr enquire cl M M GORDON Pension and Ucal Estate Uoom No ii Kllion Itloclz Loxiusport Ind FURNITURE PRICES THE LOWEST Our None Iiit llic Host Workmanship to Iiuivvc our Snlosroom J W Hciiteoii it Sons of 12thSt Drue Store BREAKFAST DISH ASK YOUR GROCER FOR IT POLITICAL POINTS Meeting of Iowa AntiProhibi tion Republicans EDITOE HALSTEAD LAID ASIDE A Humor Jit Cincinnati That iic Is o Longer Jluss of TUe Coinmercialtia from Uie Khode Isliiml Klectiou Illinois Roman Catholics Bo K War on the Compulsory Education Xo Met Next fall MINNEAPOLIS Minn April spocial to The Tribune from Des Moines la says A conference of antiProhibition Repub licans was held in this city yesterday at which about 100 delegates were present rep resenting twenty of the cities of Iowa The movement is one started for Uiu purpose of orcing tho Republican party in Iowa to throw over its prohibition principles and return to the advocacy of a license rea son that in many of the cities of the statf thu law is HO openly violated that the saloons are far worse than imder a license law Substance of tlio Tim men gathered here yesterday are Re publicans who havo not followed tho party into Prohibition and believe that tho party will be wholly defeated unless the law is repealed Home stirring sjpuechos were made umI resolutions adopted declaring that tho party in Iowa should not cnduuger tho national party by espousing local issues and denouncing prohibition Simio of tlto Viowri Kxprcjssiul KxUuvernor Kirkwood wan expected to be priMont but illness iu his family kept him at home He however sent a lebtur ox prtttsirig full sympathy with tho object of convention Personally tho governor says iirn in favor of local option anil high license with most stringent regulations I favor this policy because I belief it will Letter promote public welfare ttan the pivrient iavvdoos reading this letter was loudly ap plaudLfi Ueorga E PIubboH of Scott county formerly u Prohibitionist presided over the convention Ho said in his speech that hu would still bu a Prohibitionist if that policy could be enfo rcod But in Scott enmity1 liesaid tho will ot the people is against it The officials elected arc hostile t it lIrand juries cniiposed of good men retiiao to indict tho guilty iu tho face of the mut overwhelming The most of tho delegates wero from tho river counties THE RHODE ISLAND ELECTION Slow Work with tUo AiiJiUaliuu Tho PKOVIUENCK R I April Owiug to the inauguration of thu Australian voting system the returns ot the Rhode Island elec tion will be delay xl later than usual Full returns from fourteen towns and eight dis tricts including none of tho citiesgive Ladd Hop for governor Davis 2UW Last year tho same districts gave Lucid lr5S Davis TwontyfLvo towns complete give Ladd i717 Davis This in cludes tho city of Woonsoeket which gives Lmld TOO Davis Four of tho five wards of Novvporfc give Ladd 1241 USo Tho votes of two wards of Providence on tho general ticket only show that Davis loses slightli from last years vote For attorney general llogers who was last year defeated by Slocuru now runs nearly oven with Ladd and in some towns slightly leads him In Ivtjnt county complete Ladd gains 65 aud Davis 78 Only two wards of this city have boon heard from They give Ladd lo11 Davis 1SIO Last year they gave Ladd Wilt Davis J2tjr HAS HALSTEAD STEPPED OUT Tho Kiiihient Journalist Snifl to Have liccu Invited toKesljvn CINCINNATI April a tieusatiou was created iu this city yesterday when it was announced that Murat Halstead had ro fcired from the editorship oL The Commer cialGazette Two weeks ago Halstoacl left for New York aud since his arrival in that city reports havo been sent out that he will make New York his home and edit tho paper from there But tharo is another sido to story It is asserted that during the last campaign Halstead made sevoml mistakes that woro costly to tho Republican party and the stockholders of tlio paper ai the annual election two weeks ao kicked up a row over Halstcads management The result was the board of directors politely told Mr Hnluteatl that if he was anxious to live in New York he could do so He went to the big city where he now resides snd tho only tluiig heard from him is a column ot matter that appears in ths paper every day The managing editor is Richard Smith but the real man is A Howard Hinkle who in the future will diutate the policy of the paper Illinois Must 31et the Ixsile SrnivcFrE3li Ills April late meetings of ttt Vincents Benevolent soci ety aud St Bouifara Beuovoluut society Roman Catholic organizations o this city resolutions weru adopted strongly denuncia tory of the txirnpidsory oducation law and plodging the membera to oppose all candi dates for tlu legislature who will not favor either a repeal or a nioJilicsLtioii of the ob jectionable law A committee was appoint ed to wait on local legislative candidates and get tiseir views ou Che subject This question will doubtless bo an issue in nest falls elections Tho IMglit in MILWAUKEE Wis April result of tho municipal election here Tuesday is of the greatest moment to the people of the state It makes an issue between tho Demo cratic and Republican parties an issue so clearly donned as not to be misleading or The Democrats will pledge their party to the repeal of the Bennett com pulsory educational law while the Republi cans will not only indorse it but Governor Hoard the avowed champion of the measure The fiauvllle Ills Returns DANVILLE Ills April returns of Tuesdays vote thus far counted indicate the election of M Gauor as supervisor Albert Lejuon as clerk J M Dougherty Dem as assessor and collector George Wliylo as justice of the peace John McVey as commissioner of highways There were several candi dates for each otlics Declines u Farmers Nomination CHARLESTON S C April James C Coit who was nominated for lieutenant governor by the farmers convention last week has written a letter to Capt Shell who cabled tho convention declining the nomination on tho ground that he can not support the platform Failure iu the Wool Trade NEW YORK R Townscnd Co commission woolen merchants at 73 Worth street made an assignment yester day to James Young of Philadelphia The assignee said ouclouk was verj favora ble to he creditors PRESIDENT PERKINS OPINION Uuilway Must Be Modllled or the Koails Ho to the IVall BOSTON April y The C B and Q an uual report was published yasterdoy and in it President Perkins devotes two pages to a review of the railway situation ay affected by legislation He says It is more and more apparent as time goes on that until the in terstate commerce law is modified we cannot hope for a settlement of the rate troubles The lougandshorthaul rule as interpreted and tho prohibition of pooling have been shown to be insurmountable obstacles to the satisfactory conduct of business Uopcs fof Kelief from the People Slight modifications to tho two provi sions while preserving all the people want just and uniform would enable the roads with reasonable state laws to so regulate themselves as to give a fair opportunity for prolit This is becoming so obvious that your directors hopo tho public will no longer refuse to give the relief Railroads ore fixtures and cannot be taken away no matter how unprofitable they are Roads iu the west are cflvned almost wholly by psrsons living in the east hence public opinion has been slow to see that regulations making roads unprofitabla would either de prive people of facilities for transportation or hurt thorn in auy other way What Existing Condltlonn Will Do The prosperity of the community is so largely dependent upon the facilities for transportation that the public will insist upon having them We are forced to the conclusion that the laws must aud will be amended by thei good sense of the poople so that roads can be managed as business un dertakings on business principles Present returns do not encourage the investment of additional capital Should existing condi tions continue it is a question of time merely when we must stop adding to or im proving the property Earnings of tho Koad Tho statement for February shows Gross earnings increase over February Ib89 8177078 net earnings Si7200 in crease JI437iJ7 Gross earnings for the year S2tS7S312 operating expens3s taxrjs rentals interest on bonds and sinkiug funds leaving net earnings of In 1SSS tho gross earnings were lUr and the net Conductor D G Gale of the California and Oregon railway was pinned between two oars ia a wreck at Delta Cal Wednes day uid slowly roastetf to a eriiji THE WARRANT WAS TOO LATE Ghastly Mnde by u Constable in Goorgiii AUGUSTA Ga April S Constable Ben nett armed with a warrant authorizing him to attach a trunk of a nogro women for debt who was about to leave the state made a horrible discovery Tuesday morning While waiting at the depot for the arrival of tho womans trunk a baggage wagon de posited it on the platform Tho officer seized it and opened it to investigate its contents As he did so ho was astounded to find the body of a woman packed closely in tho box It was that of the woman whom the warrant was issued against Sho died Monday night and was being shipped oil to relatives in a trunk as she was so poor that her friends could not buy a coffin for her KAISER WILHELM AND BISMARCK An Irresistible Force Meets mi Immov able Body and Compromises BERLIN Aprils The Vossische Zeituug says that at the farewell interview between Prince Bismarck and the emperor the former positively declined to accept the proffered dukodom of Lauenburg declaring that it was his desire to live iu history mere ly by the family name which he had made historical The emperor insisted upon tho exchancellors acceptance OL the title the latter said his decision was irrevocable and the emperor declared that his was equally so whereupon it was agreed that Prince Bis niarck should not personally bear the title though it was his The Iowa Teglslatnre DES MOINES la April 3 Tho senate yesterday passer a bill to tax the stock of national 48 to 1 also the automatic car coupler biU The debate on the bill to give the state board control of state institu tions was pending at adjournment The house passed a bill requiring county super visors to bo elected once every three years no two from the same township Then the school textbook bill occupied tho remainder of the morning In the afternoon the whole time was put in on the local option bill without action Richman spoke against prohibition and Walden for that policy The Special of au Alarmist NEW YORK April The Heralds Viclcs burg Miss special says The situation of the overllowed districts becomes more and more alarming The great delta country composed of the counties of Tunica Coa horna Bolivar Washington Sunflower Le flore Issaquemu Sharkey parts of Sfazoo and Warren are in immediata danger of in undation It is safe to say that 40000 peo ple mostly negro immigrants from the Car olinas Georgia anl Alabama have settled there It is also believed that much loss of life has already occurred A Louisliana Town Abandoned NEW ORLEANS April has been completely abandoned by its 500 inhab itants about half of whom with some of their stock are crowded together ou the levee sufferin g from exposure sickness aud destitution The others are living more comfortably in box cars Many houses have floated away A similar condition of affairs prevails in nearly all the country around the break Tho crevasses are all growing wider A Governor Incapacitated COVCORD X H April executive council yesterday officially notified the Hou D Arthur Taggart president of the senate that Governor LJoodell was incapacitated by illness for the discharge of his duties as chief magistrate and asking Mr Taggart to take the chair and discharge the duties of the office during the vaDancy Thfclr Xajues Sent to the Senate WASHINGTONCITY March the nominations sent to the senate yesterday were the folilowing Edward H Harvey pension agent at Detroit Charles S Kelsey receiver of public moneys at the Green Bay agency Wis Alexander T McMillan of Michigan deputy first auditor of the treas ury William W Winterbotbam postmaster at Eau Claire WLs Switchmen on Strike PORTLAND Ore April to the refusal of the Union Pacific railroad com pany to accede to the demand for 10 per cent increase in their wages all the switch men and brakemen on the rood between La grande and this city have gone on a strike Adoptod the Monetary Idea WASHINGTON CTTT April Pan American conference has adopted with slight amendments the report of the commit tee on monetary convention the substance of which was given in tiuese dispatches a few days ago WEDDEDFOR PELF A Thrifty Britons Matrimonial Soft Snap IT NETS HIM A WITE AUD FOKTUNE WAS IT A DYNAMITE PLOT With the Added Blessing of a Spouse with Plenty of Insii tlatc Young Operator in the Conjugal Market Wants tlic Earth Desperation of a Damsel Who Loveil u False anil Fickle Walter i CHICAGO April A very strange story was told Judge Collins yesterday morning in the suit of E E Hutton to recover cer tain moneys from his stepson H W Kingsburj Hnttons wife in whose inter est the suit is really brought has been four imes married and her last matrimonial venture cost her her attorney clei clireJ Her first bus wind was A R Kings bury Kiugsbury died the widow marj ried Gen Lawrence A sensational divorce j suit followed and Mrs Lawrence found j jerself once more free Her third choi was a Mr Vanden Nest Soon again tho I muchmarried lady was divorced and shej started out to secure IILT fourth husband Number Four Comes Sho found him HJ was 25 she was 15 He was an Englishman handsome and of the good old stock of Huttons though there Explosives Found in a Box of Sttoea Shipped to Midi FKTOBKET Mich C Piester a boot and shoe merchant received Tuesday three cases of shoes from William Brewster of Moss One of the cases was somewhat broken and when the dozen shoo i boxes in it were taken out seven of them were found to contain each a pound cartridge of dynamite packed in with the shoes It was at first supposed to ba an April fool joke but examination showed that the cartridges were genuine and loaded with a high explosive Evidently u Criminal Plot One cartridge was exploded and the vio lence of the concussion indicated that the seven were sufficient to blow the whole block sky high It is supposed that the dynamite was packed in tho box with the intention of blowing up some depot or wrecking a train though there are some persons who believe that the pur pose was to destroy a business block in this town The box showed plainly that it had been opened before being received here Fortunately the cartridges frozen and did not thaw out during and thus the tiendish plot was thwart Looks ILike It Might Be Hot KAIAMSLZOO Mich April Repub lican convention nominated a full ticket headed by W E Hill for mayor and the Democrats made up their ticket with Fred Hotop all the head The campaign is the hottest ever known in local politics here LILLIAN LEWIS IS A HUSTLER Hits Another Experience with a St Louis Constable ST Louis April is not often that a woman with a roll of 55000 in currency in a large citv like St Louis cannot find a com wasnt much wealth in the family to boast j fortable place to stop yet this was the un of The manner of the then Mrs Vanden Nests meeting and subsequent marriage to Hutton was romantic to say tho least Her sou young TV H Kingsbury and Button were collegemates Kingsbury took Hut ton home with him and introduced the Eng lishman to Mrs Vanden Nest Uc Knows u Good Thing Although old enough to be Huttons mother Mrs Yandeii Nest fell violently in love with Hutton and it is alleged offered the young man J200CKM worth of property in Chicago if he would wod hr Hutton being poor accepted and the two were mar ried secretly and the son young Kingsbury did not lenra of the strange compact until two months later when Mr and Mrs Hut ton were remarried publicly Tho son threatened to raise a terrible row but he did not The attorneys for Mrs Hutton said they would prove that the transfer of of property by Mrs Hutton to her hnsbaud was in reality for n valuable con sideration although it was dono simply be cause Hutton conentLvl to bo married Suing for the Sons StOOOO When the son was a child his mother was appointed guardian of his property the amount being about Later another uardiau was appointed Mrs Hutton still has her sons interest in her possession how ever and her husbands suit against the son is to knock out young Kingsburys title to the amount Kingsbury is quito wealthy owning the Olympic theatre and other prop erty BOUND TO KILL HERSELF A Pretty Chicago Girt Mukes Some IvHsh neclarutions CHICAGO April Julia Henley lived with her parents in this city aud as they were poor she vvat to work in tho White Swan laundry under the Sherman house She waon ci the laundry girls Jor a long time and will employed in White Swan maiie tho acquaintance of a waitor He was quite a pretty mau and carried a dish of hivnaiui tlh peculiar crace It was lovoat first sighr and love for Bll time so far as Julki concerned but with tho waiter it was but a passing fancy and Julia was weak end of happiness for Julia came wuu waiter deserted her She Juys Roneli on lints Tuesday evening Julia came down town with her mother and sister but got away from them while in a crowd Half an hour later she purchased a box of Rough on Rats in IJales drug store Two philan thropic gentlemen saw her buying the poison anil stopped her on the street outside the store Follow me and Ill shoot your she said I wont give up this box to any one Its none of your business what is it in it Tho gentlemen however took her to the central station where Lieut Clark ques tioned her until sho told her sad story Her mother and sister were uent for and vrent to the station within an hour Every effort was made to get her to promise not to kill herself but she persisted in declaring that she was tired of life and ready to die Yesterday morning she waf taken before Justice Bradwell and sent to the house of correction to serve a fine This was done merely to keep her from carrying out her threat How old are your asked the justice I dont know whether I am IS or 19 sbe replied and I dont think it will make any difference for Ill die just as quick no mat fcjr what my age is The New AntiTrust 15111 WASHINGTON CITY April substi tute for Shermans antitrust bill which was reported to the senate yesterday makes every contract combination etc in restraint of tirade illegal provides for the confiscation of the property of such trusts when in course of transportation from one state to another flxes the penalty for thoss interested in such trusts at fine or one year in the peni tentiary or both requires United States dis trict attorneys and courts to enforce the law and provides that those damaged by the existence of such trusts can recover three times the amount from such trusts pleasant situation of Lillian Lewis the ac tress iu this city yesterday She came here to contest an su t in Justice Kanes court which MI ituted two weeks ago by an actor named Marlando Clarke A prominent attorney was selected to defend the case and after hearing the evidence Judga Kane promptly dismissed Mr Clarkes complaint A Ilaco with the Sleuth Miss Lewis was then advised to disappear as soon as possible so that another writ could uot be served on her She took a cab for East St Louis and a minute later a constable with a writ went in pursuit It was a hard and long chase but the actress won and beat the constable to tho east side where Missouri writs are not recognized Sho left on an evening train for Chicago AN EXPERIMENTAL THIEF A VI iniik Womans Novel Scheme Fails of Councctioni PHILADELPHIA April woman giv ing the uame of Rebecca Shipley and her residence as Stauntou Va has been arrested hero for shoplifting When taken before a magistrate she acknowledged that sho had stolen from store counters but claimed that sbe had taken the goods merely to see if she could do so without being detected She had read iu the papers many romantic stories concerning shoplifters and she thought she would try her own hand at it Her rinn Fell Through She said she had been stealing from num erous stores for a week or so and had all tho goods iu her room witu the price marks un disturbed Her intention was to give a sup per at her hotel to which she would invite the superintendents and hond ladies of the different stores from which she pilfered and would return to them the stolen prop erty Tho woman was committed to the tua I county prison pending au investigation as to her sauitv Bucket Shop Men laugh CHICAGO April board of trade yesterday morning put into effect its plan of cutting off quoatations for the purpose of vfithholding from the bucket shops of the country the breath of their life The result S3 far is that the buckst shops have knocked the wind out of their big competitor and are now sitting astride of its metaphorical body and hammering it in the uack with an energy worthy of a better cause The big hoard opened at and at the bucket shops had the quotations More Trorfule for the Russian Ciar IXUTDON April correspondent of The Telegraph at SL Petersburg says that the peasantry in the government of Riazan are revolting and bloodshed is imminent The agitation is spreading to Fiulaud and Russian Poland and a strong force of gen darms and Cossacks hus been sent to quell the disorder and allay theexcitemeat wbich is intense Bloom In with Great EclaU BraiirNGHjLSi Ala April No 3 of the DeBardeleben Coal and Iron com pany at Bessemer was blown in yesterday with elaborate ceremonies The fires were lighted by Vice President Milton Smith of the Louisrille and Niahville railroad who was present with a party of directors of thrf toad Tlie Proceeding in Congress VASIUKOTCN CITV April were introduced in tljo senate yesterday appro priating for a marine hospit d at Gallapolis O and appropriating 3300000 for surveys of lands iu South Dakota Among the bills reported favorably were one to transfer the internal revenue marine to the navy departiiKmt and a substitute for the Sherman antitrust bill A resolu tion was adopted that Monday next the senate go back to meeting at noon The Montana senatorial case then de bated 1or a time pending which a resolution of regret at thj death of Representative of sew York was adopted and the senate adjourned Bills were introduced in the house to make fractional silver legal tender for instead of ami making Peoria Ills a port of delivery A number of unimportant measures were passed also one proposing reciprocity in aiding vessels on the great lakes between this country and Canada and another authorizing a bridge across the Hudson at New York city The remainder of the day was occupied in debate pro aud con upon the Idaho admission bill Close of the Pigeon Shoot WELLINGTON Mass April closing shoot in tho championship series between the eastern and western teams took place on the Wellington range yesterday and was won by the latter R Stice won tha handsome silver pitcher offered by the Well ington Gun club to the western man making the highest individual score Th western scores were as follows C W Budd Des Moines la 33 J R Stice Omaha Neb 37 R 0 Hikes Dayton O 36 C E Ca hoon Freeport Ills Si J A Ruble Beloit Wis 34 Total 173 Knocked Out by Alleu O Myers COLUMBUS O April S Allen O Myers editor of The Cincinnati Porcupine and Representative 1ennell of Brown county engaged in a quarrel and came to blows in the corridors at thi Neil house yesterday afternoon Pennell was badly hurt and bears an ugly cut over his right eye Friends interfered before the fight resulted in either of the combatants being seriously injured The trouble grew out of an imputation made by Myers in The Porcupine against Peuueli relative to the senatorial cam Theyll Kill Each Other OftSoon BALTIMORE lid April J The Ameri cans special from Charleston Va says Information haj just been received here that on Saturday night Jerry Hatfield a cousin of Daiil Anse and intimately re lated to the Hntfields who have been in volved in the wellknown feud along the Big Sandy was killed at Logan Court House by a man named M C Lee who is connected with the McCoys A Bntl Failure for Xabor PHILADELPHIA April Bros owners ind operatorof the Aston Knowl ton and West Branch mills in Ashton town ship Diavare manufacturing doe skin domett1 and jeans and employing lOJO persons made an assign ment y sterJay to the Delaware County Trust company Will Sot Join the 3Ioveiuent PTTTSBUPG Pa April a meeting held Tuesday night the carpenters of Pitts ixrg decided not to join in ths eighthour movement of the American Federation of Labor which is to be inaugurated May JL The carpenters hereabouts number about S500 Strike gu a Shoe Factory MAPLUOHO Mass April 3 crimpsrs at the shoe factory of Boyd Correy Co went out on strike Tuesday Snperintendent Gihnan will fill their places with outside help in which case the Knights ol Labor will ordar all hands in the shop out men deinnncl morz wages whicn is rafoiM More Goods Marked and Placed Upon Our Counters HATS TIES SHIRTS UNDERWEAR UMBRELLAS All at Wet Goods Prices DEWENTER The Hatter A U SHROYER en AS M ncoss Formerly with Schmill Co huilauilpoliv CIGARS CIGAR JOBBERS West Maryland Streoi Indianapolis Imported Key West and Domestic Cigars Fine Goods a Specialty State Agents for FUMAS THE GRAND and other Fine Goods Tho above Finn will be represented by Prod Liykenum in tliis vicinity for Infants and Children Cutoria is so well adapted to children Iht i L recommend it as superior to any kcowo to me H A II D i 111 So Oxford St Brooklyn N r i Ha cures Colic Constipation Sour Stomach piarrhoea Kructation Kills Worms gives sleep and promotes 11 1 1 Without iojurioua medication THE CENTAUR COMPANY 77 Murray Street NICK Merchant Tailor Has Just Received his Spring Samples Suits S2O and Pants The Cheapest and Best First Class Work Guaranteed Cor 4th and Broadwayup Stairs The Fight Agtliust Corbin Ended PHILADELPHIA April fight against President Corbm the Reading railroadwas amicably ended yesterday Mr Corbin consented to the request of the dis t on ten ted shareholders for representation in the board of managers Messrs Thomas Dolan and Henry C Gibson were proposed iis the new meinberst and Mr Corbin prom ised that they should be elected at the meet ing next Wednesday That Slysterious Dr Peters COLOGNE April Gazette publishes daws from Mombassa under date of Tues clay which says that Lieut Ehlers who left Pangani for Mt Kilima Njaro with a de tachmenl of Maj Wissmanns troops has sent a dispatch stating that Dr Peters and Lieut Tiedeman with forty porters belong ing to Dr Peters party are safe Lieut Xiedemann however the dispatch says is suffering from a slight wound Killed at n Cocking Main DCHTEA Pa April a dispute over a cockfight at this place early yester day morning in which Pleasant VaUey and puryea birds were pitted Hugh Graham of Pleasant VaUey was shot through this heart and instantly killed by a man named Pryor Amid the confusion that followed the murderer escaped but later was capt uerrii Idle Miners Hear Good MT CAEXEL Psu April for the resumption of work at the Pennsylvinia colliery were issued yesterday The 1000 who hava lcen idle sinca Jan 1 are rejoiced at the good news The Weather We 3fay Expect WASHINGTON Crrr April follow ing are the weather indications for thirtysix hours from 8 p in yesterday For Lpper Michigan and warmer southerly winds For Indiana and i Lower weather followed by j rain in Indiana easterly winds For illinofB j itnd wiirmer weather southeast Tly winds becomiiig variable THE MARKETS mlxcfl lot1 ueavy anw ihipiJlua luts Produce Fancy Elgin per ih fine creameries iucst fresh fresh packing stock dggc Strictly fresh YAc per doz Dressed poultry Chickens per Ib turkeys young hens 15il5Hc ducks Apples Fair to choice per bbl New York Nrw VOBK April 2 Xo red winter 88c cash do May 87Kc do June do July Xo 2 mired cash Hx caslj do April y4c do May do June do July Qaiet but steady Xo Z mixed 289jc cosh do May do June Rye and Xominal Dull mesa S1L T5g1220 for new Quiet April SfltS May 8660 Live Stock Market firm and a shade higher steers Wl frs bulls and dry and Mar ket steady sLeep V Es year ling lambs spring lambs 750 each Nomiually steady live hogs W as Olive orchards In California are worth u much as per tare For an Agricultural IJiDoratory WASHIXOTOX Crrr April house fommittee on agriculture has authorized a favorable report on the bill introduced m the house br Funston of Kansas apprOfriaV ing to erect a laboratory or development pi in I CHICAGO April 2 i Quotations on the board of trade today were as follows 2 May opened C9c closed July opened T7Kclosed I 2 May opened closed July opened closed 2 May opened and closed July opfned 2c cllosed opensd and closed J1060 July opened J10T3 closed S1U80 ooened and closed July Dpeaedl 4630 closed S6JJ04 Lire stock rards report the fol lowing range of prices opened moderately active with prices lower Ugiat pades roughpacking CREAM Its superioreirellence proven in millions of homes for more than a quarterof a century It is used by the United States Government En dorsed by the heads of the great ITniversitiee as the Strongest Purest and most Healthful Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder does not contain Ammonia or Alum Sold oolr in cans PRICE BAKING POWDER CO New York fnotitm K Lov   

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