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   Logansport Pharos (Newspaper) - April 4, 1890, Logansport, Indiana                                LOGANSPORT DAILY PHARO8 15TH YEAE FRIDAY EVENING APKIL 4 mo NO JBH JOHM BRAYS Gornei Qn I A Big Job at Lowor nn over hoard of Prices No sonv ono should fail to got while they last IIOLSK MANU1KH Ol N1OI1T ONLY TUESDAY APRIL 8th those won Evans Moey ir ThE tlfiitt Comedy Sutecdd fi jftflTDH llcyts 1lay Wiih New Music ilv nod With New Houes Kujmiibiu HuyoiHl Ciiiiiptuv KtuJnttiiril With No Sorrows and Bettor than Ever Me i kony Simla now on ritile ut Kocs dram Military Carnival PROMENADE CONCERT MASCOTTE BAND AsslMtil Vncu iuut liuniiv ialt tit in thcity at tho Kin I on tiic niirhts it Thurstlny ami Friiluy April 9 JO and JJth unuimnu liUKVS TIIIUSDiV XHMIT MAITHUWSUOM MASllMV iATKOLIC KN1UHTS Ol iiMiiiiKimliM by Uiipt John It Kit t DAY Nlfiiri IOfJAX CANTON VAT if i A HKs MiiriAXi i f o p D II Ohnso The Drill each t Llcc ii REAL ESTATE For sulr7 desirablu rixtldunccs on wist Hroiid way For PII tuitt rase For sale dcslraMc Huh streets resiliences ou oust orlh resklomcB ou ipeur Sit west Urotid ou Chfppewu ilivimblo rosiconctfl streets ouOsngc street for e or trade In Smith and Kr tnule t turns for city property Vty property ivortliSlQOH S5tu and Oli to turms For sale trieU No Urojui vfiiy of drv troculs to trade fora gooil stoev of ioots aud sbots to trade for a itfoocl f u nn Vnnuil a farm to trade for Uruc store uud Krirft mi 1 VVtuiKU business Mock to trade or a furin ois ttr sale in all parts ol the city a tlesirjible residence jiiul ots on aud 15th street Tor rent eUjnint third lloor apartmevits lor pirtkUlar emiuire of M M GORDON IVnlonnml Iteal Kstntc ABitU liooni n 3 Klliou lilook lAitniKSport Inil THE BENNETT LAW Feeling in Wisconsin as to the Education Issue OPINION ON THE SUBJECT DIVIDED Loading Opposed to Making tin Laiian Issue in Kcxt Canvass Cruajo Kepullcaiis DividedA Hoards Ke Onnies That He Hus Been Ithode Island Elec tion it Yet Decided ifADisov Vis April leading Democrats of Madison generally have strongly defined views against making the Bennett lnw an issue in tho next stato cam paign yet if it is made an issue they will almoit to a man vote against the Re publicans who are for its enact ment iUyor M R Doyou is a notable ex ception und declares emphatically in favor of the law Uo was a Republican till a few years ujo and was elected by the Demo crats to tho mayoralty two years He said I am not iu favor of ilragging the Bennett law into tlio state campaign but if it is in trulml I ihall vote for tho Republican nomi nee f tho top to the bottom of the tiekul Utliur MJlwKukie Opinions J C Grogory doesnt want to seu tin law mude a state issue but says tbij Inw i i senseless one Goorgo Raymer jditoriuchief Thu Madison Democrat fear that thu victory in Milwaukee would tlio DoniQcratic state conven tion t tako up thn Benuett law as u state issue Vhilo bis paper has editorially de nonncOil thu law sis usoluss Mr Raytner bo 1 laves in its principles ExMayor Breseo J Htpvons aid Tito Bunuett law should not it iimdu a state issue though cannot see that it us either demanded or necessary K Tumiey lawyer und justice of thu penro tuiil It should cut uo figure in state politics t is a 01012 sidu issue and it Is uunwns to suggest Unit if it figures in the next campaign ic will bo n contest between church unit state Dumouratri fur tlio Law The Uemuerats ot Mnmtowoo aro prac tically iiaiiiiLOOus in mvor of the Ben nitt law A liffcruiit result in Milwaukee would LLIVD ILBM pleasiii to them because in stnli an ovuuc they rguij tha party could go into tue fall campaign without tho odium of supposed antagonism to the public schools They fee that tlio issue apparently imposed unnii tun party by the Milwaukee uiuctinii misrepresents the party of tho stato At Jtmesvillo the Democrats are opposed to tho law and the Ueriuau Lutherans tiro tho leaders 11 tile movement Peck for gov ernor ami i platform demanding repeal will suit tho Democrats there At Li tho opinions are us varied as tho personasked lor them Tho licau ranks tliuru iru budly broken on the question unii su urn those of thu Democrats but tluKoiium Catholics aud Gorman and Norwegian Lutherans are a unit for re Mil TutktMuais Tlio Lutherans of Milwaukee are happy over tlw result of their efforts in the munic ipal on Tuesday Editor Christian KooriuM of Tho Germania said yesterday afternoon that of the 38000 voters among tho German Lutherans of the stato at least onelmlf aro lujuublicans and every ono of these will voto as did the Milwaukee Luther ans on Tuesday We are going to bo as thoroughly organized he continued throughout the stato as wo were this week in Milwaukee Aud what is more the flght is to bo taken up iniinrly in Illinois agaimit ho law of that state and tho issue will bo nuido direct beliovo it will swamp tho Republican party in both Illinois and Wisconsin GOV HOARDS OPINION Ho Coiues Squiircily Out for tho Luw ami Its IAlMTRAAVis April Hoard addressed a largo mooting 3esturday after noon his subject boiug The Farmers Col lege or the School on the Crossroads Last evening a still larger gathering listened to an address by tho governor ou The Benuett Law Ho upheld the law iu its entirety anil promised to stand or fall with his jarty upon tho principle of the law He took the ground that tho Bennett luvv was a snfo con servator of tho interests of both tho parent and tho child and was of the utmost im portance to tho interests of the stato He claimed that there wero 40000 children grow ing up who attended no school and said they were purposely kept iu this condition Scoring ttio townships in the stato iu which the records for years have boon kept eight failures to ten represent saats now held ty Republicans and nineteen represent those held by Democrats Protest Against Prohibition DES MOIXES la April executive committee of eleven appointed by the anti prohibition conference Wednesday to pre sent the action of that body to the Repub lican members of the legislature performed that duty yesterday An address was drawn up signed by tho committee and transmit ted to the chairman of the senate and house caucuses It says the modification1 of the law is demanded by cverv considera tion whether moral social political or commercial The situation of the largest and most important cities ot the state and indeed of many other communities is de plorable To leave them as they are sub ject to all the evils which absolute free whisky can inflict is little less than treason A PHONOGRAPHIC SOIREE Buglu ROSENTHALS PLEA Complicated Case of Divorce Tried in Chicago A HTJSBAifD OONPBSSE8 TO BIGAMY Call of tlie Giiardi Hnard at New Vork NEW YOBK April 4 highly interest ing illustration of tho practical operations of the phonograph v iven at the Hoff man house last evening Tbe occasion was n banquet tendered to some of liis old army comrades and other frieud5 by Col G E Gouraud wlio has been for many year iden tified with the application of various elec trical inventions to useful purposes of life in different European countries Although Col Gonrauu is an American and served with distinction as a staff officer in the Union army during the civil war he resides In England which accounts for the presence of tho British consul gen eral among the guests and the pro fuse display of British and American flags among tho decorations at the banquet The invited guests included also Gen AV T Sherman Gen O 0 Howard and others Au Instrumental Concert The military feature of the evening was Col Gourauds special muster into the Grand Army of the Republic Lafayette post by a dispensation of tha department commander Col Clarkson The guests wore summoned to the dining hall by the as sembly regimental bugle call which had been played into a phonograph at London by the baud of the Coldstream Guards and during the dinner the phonograph continued to astonish and delight the company with reproductions of instrumental music Glad stones brief address to Americans was re produced again by request Col Gouraud roturus to London in the steamer Umbria and will carry back with him the resolutions adopted at the Lawyers club complimentary to Gladstone who will hear then from tbo phonograph in Gen Shermans voice WILL TEST REEDS RULING The Dfinocrata to Make u Case Agaiust Counting a Quorum WASHINGTON CITY April 4 wero but 129 votes cast for the Idaho admission uiil in the house yesterday and one vote against it the Democrats refraining from voting generally Speaker Reed then counted a quorum under tho rules The Democrats say that they intend to make this a test case and to have tlio courts pass upon the consti tutionality of the rule allowing the speaker to count a quorum It had been intended to make one of the contested election coses a test cose but as this could be done only by a suit for salary brought iu tho court of claims this course was abandoned aud tlie present action decided upon Alleged liribery In Iowa DES MOINES la April A resolution to make the state tax 2j mills instead of 2 mills was adopted in the senate yes terday on the ground that the lat ter would not raise the necessary revenue the houso passed a bill providing for tree transportation of deaf and dumb pupils to the statn institute The text book bill then came up and occupied the whole day The pro posed substitute of comity uniformity for state uniformity was defeated and then after a long debate Smith of Mitchell stated that three members of the legislature had been offered bribes by a lobby that wanted state uniformity to vote for the same and a committee was appointed to in vestigate the charge In Order to Defeat a Suit CUT Separate Chance for the Peni tentiary the Least of Two rlblo Story Told by he ISVearOIcl IVite of an Italian Btor All One flight CHICAGO April Rosenthal set up a defense to the separate maintenance suit of Leonora Rossnthal which is liable to make him amenablD to the laws of New York if the authorities there care to press the die Leouora sued him for separate maintenance for cruelty and desertion and tho matter camo up before Judga Shepard yesterday morning on Mrs Roseuthals mo tion for alimony Mr Kosentha catna ou boldly and admitted that he was a bigamist He said that when he married Leonora in 1S79 ho had another wlfa living and undi vorced wbom he married in Poland in 1S71 HaJ a Jewish Divorce He procured a divorce according Co the Jewish laws by a rabbi and he beliaved this divorce was legal and binding and mads it unnecessary to invoke the civil laws of New get separation Ho did not dis cover his mistake until he consulted coun sel md now he was prepared to take the consequences of his ignorance even if they carried him back to New York to stand trial for bigamy BfljNot Much Choice Uetmeeu Tlien Mrs Rosenthal was said to have known all abouthis bgamous behavior Roseuthal said shfl read letters received by him from tho first wife und was thoroughly conver sant with all tho circumstances and tool him to ba her husbaud with full knowledge ol his previous marriage Mrs lawyers tried to brmk the dramatic force 01 act in admitting his shore comings bv denying hat he wns ignorant of tbe effect of his conduct Mrs Roseuthil it appeared was tho widow Roseuweiz with several grown up children They all came iu anil made affidavit to Roseuthals miscon duct and the fact that he knew what he was ubour when be marriut her The Original Hobs Up Rosenthul said his wile had a former hus band and ho believed him to be nlivo not withstanding what purported to his dead body was shipped to New York and buried m the Rosenweiz family lot The original Rosenweiz had bean iu some trouble in New York iu which the police had an interest nnd Rosenthal charges that tho body of a colored man soniowbat resembling him in nothing but stature was shipped from Souh America and buried in state iu order that the detectives might be misled and Rosen weiz could ever after live in peaca iu the southern republic All the Rosen tveuds denied this statement They each declared that the body was that of their father and not that of an impostor They declared they had scan and recognized him in his coffin A Poser for His Honor Judge Shepard said the case possessed some of the most remarkable features of any ever before him Rosenthais avowal of bigamy was sworn to and must be tnkmi as true He was under impression that his defense against payment alimony on the ground of no legal marriage with Leonora was a good one but h sui he would look up the authorities and Iocidc the point later Mrs RosenthaJ is worth closeu thal claims to be worth nothing JBOUD ATTEMPT AT ROBBERY kodcer at the Palmer House Chicago Attacks a Diamond Salesman CHICAGO April bold attempt to rob leading jewelry firm of 41500 worth of diamonds was made yesterday by a young man who registered at the Palmer house last Sunday under the name of Ralph A Allen Yesterday afternoon Allen sent to Hymau Berg Coa jewelry store and requested the firm to send some diamonds to him for inspection as he was suffering from a sprained ankle and unable to visit the store William A Bigier a salesman for the firm carried worth of stones to Allens room After carefully examining all the jewels Allen selected one ring and a pin A Murderous Assault While the salesman was repacking the re tuainder of the diamonds Allen came up be hind him and struck him a terrible blow with n heavy caua on the back of the bead knocking him down As the salesman got upon his feet and faced his assailant Allen struck him again cutting a wound two inches long In tbe scalp The wounded man shouted and Allen without stopping to grab the package of rushed out of the room and ran iown h hallway Aftor au exciting All captured by an employe of the hotel uua taken to the Harrison street station Biglers wounds are not dangerous unless inflammation should sot in Papers found on the wouldbe robbr bear the name of George A Pearcs but ho refus s to talk as he would not briag disgrace on his mother aud father Kobbed at Jfoottilay DENVER Colo April 4 Two thieves en tered M J Mitchells jrvelrr core at nooa yesterday and stole Lunoaas LJ the value ol while Mr was out at hrnch and ths store was m charge of a girl man attracted the attention of the young girl ou tha pretext of buying a clock the other stole niue diamond stones and forty fight diamondset rings Ths two mea de parted and the girl was not aware of the loss Iilled Their 1ecketa with Swag NEW YOBK April thieves en tered tbe jewelry store at 231 Eighth ave nue last night filled their pockets with watches and valuables and carried out a sbowcasi ten feet long containing nearly 100 watches They wero walking off with the case when a policeman questioned them One ran ami escaped The other was ar rested More Goods Our Counters Marked and Placed Upon HATS TIES SHIRTS UNDERWEAR UMBRELLAS All at Wet Goods Prices DEWENTER The Hatter RHRL7I1TS 12thSt DrueStore BREAKFAST DISH ASK YOUR GROCER NR It in German Governor Hoard said such acts were illegal Ho was surprised that the present spirit of opposition to tho education act and compulsory English teaching should exist ami vigorously tlonoiiuceJ ths anti Beuuott party who Uo nid worn interested in fostering ignoraniv to furthf their own personal ends of iiiul wield ing power over tho igivnMiit Tlio Luther ans and German Uo siid Had sud denly become tho only defenders ot religious liberty in tlio country tlio other de nominations saw no danger to religious Ireo Joiu in tlio provisions of tho Bomiett law EDITOR HALSTEAD NOT OUT Ho Hus Simply thu HurU Work into Vouiipev Iliuiils NEW YOHK April 4 Murat Hastead says he has by uo moans shakon the dust of Ohio from liis foot neither is it true that tha inner sjuietuui of Tlio Commercial Gazetto kuow him uo more It is only tru ho savs that tlo night editor and his nocturnal corps will see less of him hereafter and that the details of issuing each days paper will bo intrusted to youngos hands Simply Proposes to Best For thirty years saiil Mr Halstead yes terday I have been on duty regularly until oclock iu the morniug uud 1 feel that this detail of uigtit duty can just as well be surrendered to younger hands as effi cient as mine The changes which are to be made in The Commercial offlco are all of my suggestion aud whatever is done will be perfectly amicable betTnen Mr Smith and myself and between the other stockholders and A POOR ELECTORAL SCHEME Rltmle Islands Vote In Counted und Is j Still Indecisive i PROVIDENCE R L April ward i clerks finished the count ot yesterdays vote last night and turned over tho ballots to the city clerk In this city the only assembly men ars Jesse H Metcalf and Hiram Howard for Third and Fourth repnssenta lives The other seven failed ol a majority There was no choice for senator from this i city Brown Dem bad 714 votes and Smith Rep had The next legislature i stands 21 Deaio S erats 11 to be chosen 4 licrus 24 Democrats 24 to by chosen 24 The eection of governor and general offl 1 Mrs is thrown into tlbe houses of the leg islature It will require 55 votes on joint ballot to elect If the Republicans hold in the supplementary elections what they now have they will get the 10 votes which they need in this ifnt ballot for of the twtntfc Been Dvinhinjj Poisoned Water PARKKRSBUBU AV Vn April A das tardly attempt to poison several families was discovered hers yesterday ttt Fairviaw a suburb where a large number of people reside twelve families of whom get their drinking water from one spring For some time dogs cattle nnd other animals have been dying nud tho children complained that the water was bad and became violent ly sickAu investigation disclosed the oar cass of a sheep near tlie spring filled with strychnine enough to kill a hundred people Tho stream is thoroughly poisoned The perpetrator is promised summary punish ment if he is caught Seems To Be Mighty Well Posted BOSTON April 4 Muss Lelia J Robinson the first woman lawyer admitted io the Massachusetts bar was yesterday married to Eli Sawtello a Boston business man The utippy couple left for Washington where tho bride will mingle business with pleasure by applying for admission to practice be fore the United States supreme court Her marriage will not interfero with the contin uance of her legal practice befora the Bos ton bar Ran A way with a Jolly fur GARRISON N Y April Society in this village is all torn up over the elopement of Miss Susie Post a pretty school teacher and John Bross mats of the steamer Peekskill plying between New York and Albany The elopement which occurred Wasdesday was a great surprise inasmuch as there was no necessity for it outside of a determination on the part of the 2Srearold bride to grat ify a desire for romance A Printer Murders His Wife NEW YORK April Horace A Smiler a printer formerly employed ou The Catho lic News shot and killed his wife Maggie last night because she refused to live with him again She left some time ago and he has been arrested once since for assault ing her with an axe Smiler had not been captured up to a late hour Whats in a Name Anyliow NEW YORK April The Puritan Ath letic club of Long Island City has offered to put up a 330000 purse for a fight batwesn Sullivan and Jackson and a purse for a fight between Joe McAutiffe aud Sulli van DESERVES TO BE HANGED JJrutnlity to a nt 15 ami Asking ii IJivtrco 19 CHICAGO April Vnuinui a young Italian girl of I1 WUD looked every day as aid as SO so careworn was she told a horri ble story of cruelty to Judge Jamicson yes terday moruing She was married to Genlio Vaninni four years ago when sbo was but 15 years of age and lie 40 poor and Mrs Vaninni said her husband com pelled her to pedcllo fruit in order to sup port them both If sbc brought home a sun of money at uight which Vaninni considered too small he beat i or knocking her down and kicking her They both lived at 3101 Washburn avenue and the neighbors sin1 said often heard her screams She Remembers the Night Doyou remember tho night of Dec 31 asked the attorney The question was put to the sad young wife by au interpreter She shuddered and then said impetuously Oh yes I remem ber that night It was awful He whipped me all night Tho girl said her husbaud whipped her so often couldnt remember how mauy times he had assaulted her Tho last tirno she met him lie said he wished they were only out iu tho country ami aloro where he would bo at liberty to cut hor up into sausage moat Mrs Vaninni cried piteousiy before she left the stand Yanimii a big muscular bowhiskered fellow is contesting thu appli cation for divorce Ho denies the terrible accusation aud brings a counter charge of infidelity Wants S23OOO Dnmagus CHICAGO April suit for breach of promise of marriage was begun yesterday against Dr Frederick Burdett Merrill ly Miss Cora D Davis who puts her damages at Dr Merrill is a dentist in tha Adams express building Miss Davis LS 21 years old and lives with her mother at IsO North Clark street She charges iu her declaration that she met him in the winter 18S9 and that he proposed marriago to her ilorch 15 a few months after they got ac quainted He introduced her to his friends as his fiancee and then went and married Miss Bessie Lister the daughter of a mill ionaire Merrill says it is blackmailitif scheme The Archer Steal in Maryland BALTIMORE Md April Attorney Gen era Whyte yesterday sent a letter to Gov ernor Jackson advising against the accept ance of State Treasurer Archers resigna tion pendingaction of the legislature Tha bondsmen of the embezzler will undoubted ly refuse to mak his stealings good basing their refusal on the ground that the state has not done its is that the gov ernor has vitiated tha bonds by not during the constitution The Pope Gives His Political Orders RoitE April Vatican has for warded instructions to the papal nuncio at Berlin and to Dr ivopp bishop of Breslau to act in accord with the Centre party in tta reichstag and to yield nothing to the gov WILL KEEP GOOD FRIDAY The Senate Adjourn Over to Tlio liouse tho Idaho Bill WASHINGTON CTTY April senate yesterday adopted a motion by Edmunds that un adjournment it bo to Saturday to day being Good Friday Ingalls was select ed to act as president pro tern in tho com ing absence of Vice President Morton Blair introduced a bill providing that the lowest vnges paid by the government be per day The bill for a 575000 public building at Aurora Ills was passed A discussion cf tho house bill to trke a census of the Chi nese as had and tho bill went over The senate held a secret session and at adjourned to Saturday In the house the reading of a petition of the Now England Shoe and Leather associa tion against tbe duty on hides was ap plauded by i ho Democrats The senate bill to enable tbo treasury to investigate the fur seal industry was passed and tha concurrent resolution requesting the president to pro pose arbitration in all questions with for eign nations which cannot be settled by di plomacy A bill was passed providing that the president shall Us a limit of punishment for military offenses in tinio of peace Lawler introduced a bill to establish 100 schools in dilforeut parts of tho country to teach bad tbo phonetic system The Iduho admission bill was than debated Republicans for Democrats agninst aud linally liJ nays Dem ocrats not voting and tho speaker counting n quorum Tlio house than adjourned THE WHOLEFAMILY HELPED A Railway Vntcliunuis Wifij in Jfiglit Dress Stoiis ft Triiin GAIIIUSONS rv Y April largo mass jf rocl fell in the cut south of here about lliQ yesterday morning blockading the New York Centrals ruck Tho watchman rousod bis family niul bis wifo clad only in a night dros ran up tho track with a rod light aud stopped the southbound express The watchman rnd his daughter ran south tostop a freight that was due Tlio girl carried a bed quilt which she waved while her father swung a red lantern but the en gineer could not stop in time and the train rasbed into the rock The engine was smashed to pieces and a dozsn cars were piled up in a heap covering both tracks It took all day to cloii tho tracks Nobody ias seriously hurt tliough the trainmen had narrow escapes ISouril oil Top Now CHICAGO April Thefight between the board of trade and tbe bucket shops in this city has taken on a new phase and now tha board is doing the slugging Yesterday ev erybody who was suspected of furnishing quotations to the shops as summarly ejected A K SHROYER Loguusport CHAS M CHOSS Foruicly with ychnnll Indiutni CIGARS CIGAR JOBBERS 41 Wi8t Marylnnil Imported Key West and Domestic Cigars Fine Goods a Specialty State Agents for FUMAS THE GRAND ard other Fine Goods The above Firm will he represented by Fred 1 koinun in this vicinity for Infants and Children Ciutovlais so well adapted to children that I recommend it as superior to any prescription known to tae H A AJKHER 31 D 1U So Oxford St Brooklyn N Y Castoria cures Colic Sour Stomach Diarrhoea Eructation Worms sleep and proutoMa ol cestiou Without injurious medication THE CENTACR COMPANY 77 Murray Street X NICK from the floor of the board and outside trad ing places did mighty little business The Greeley Homestead Burned CHAPPAQUA N Y April old Horace Greeley farm house was tmrned to the ground yesterday All the books a water color picture of Mrs Jreeley and a bust of Horace Greoley ivere saved by the neighbors Miss Dabrielle Greeley was at church in Pleasantville at the time of tha lire She is now staying with friends at Tho Orchards Merchant Tailor Has Just Received his Spring Samples Suits S2O and Pants S8 The Cheapest and Best First Class Work Guaranteed Cor 4th and Broadway up Stairs NEARLY ROASTED ALIVE Two Men Pinned tjntlor an Engine While the Cnb TTftS Burning HAOZHSTOWV Md April afternoon while the southbound train on the Cumberland Valley road was running at high speed the engine jumped the track when about ten miles south of Martinsburg W throwing two of the trainmen Thomas Ligbtcap engineer and William Mickey aonductor directly under the locomotive ind pinning them to tha track While ef forts were being made to release them the cab took fire and it was only by throwing water on the two men that they were not ourned to death tTorked at tlie Kescue by Tiirna The intense heat made it extremely diffl 3ult to get near enough to render assistanca but by taking turns the rescuing party man aged to save the poor fellows Lightcaps Clothing was burned away from one side of iis body and his flesh was almost roasted Besides his ankle was dislocated and he was terribly cut Mickey the conductor was also severely burned and had an arm and leg broken Albert Johnson the fireman A Drunken Brutes Work WATERBURY Conn April 4 Powers was arrested last night charged with beating his wife Wednesday night causing premature child birth and sscaped with a broken arm and a cut on his ward forJins her to get up and prepare a T la meal for Mm The child was found dead in befl yesterday uoraing The mothers con riitionii critical Powers had been drink lots CatUeStrfiy to stronger beeves fancv cows stockersand feeders i 390cornfed Teiaus Sheep Steady natives ftOO cornfed westerns 55 lambs SOOSBSO Prodiict Butt Elgin iff lu flaw creameries 19S20 darlcs Qnost freiih frsb packing stock Strictly in 13c ier doz Dressed Chickecs per Ib turkeys lOSlfc young hens 15 ducks ISUa Applce Falr to choice S3 OSUM per bbl New York XEW YORK April a red winter SSJio cash do Slay do June 67H July mixed 38Jgc rash do Apr do May 364c do June Oals Dull No 2 mixed 28Hc cash do May do June Z7JC Kye and and active mess for new May July SeW Ausrust cfi60 Live Stock No trading in beeres dressed beef dull sides Sheep and a shade easier V IW Its yearling lambs S4HA 70 Eteodf live begs ltM 100 as head Lightcaps condition Is critical Vastest Trip on Record SAX FRANCISCO April rej at ch uurchaats exchange state that j tbe Pacific Mail companys steamer China j arrived at Kong March 3L Her time More Tronblo for an Eavesdropper NEW YOBK April tbe reporter who was caught in the Flack juryroom has been indicted for criminal contempt Ha is oow in jail for contempt The Weather We May Expect WASHISOTOS Crrr Aprii follow StaJiley Congratulates Emin J j iliiti tu j it Loxnoif April telegraphs 1 j ernmenc without compensating eoscess accept Emins action as a proof that be has entirely recovered from the effects of his ac cident and wish him bon voyage Tbe gospel i of enterprise is spreading This is in ref sr ay Be Good Prouhet ESV eiriEiSS Ajirii 4 re i slve cere report that uritbin tha past two j Jayvnmvuiiiy heavy rains have fallen ths lower Tensas Guaciiita ajd Red river valleys jaerally i ictompanied by severe winds Failure at Bnltiinore Aprii PhilUps i Co grain commission merchantsJ33South encTto Emms departure for the interior of i street failed yesterday Liawliti 70 Africa under German auspices which action j 000 assets S05COO Kisuiarck Will Be Heard From BERLIN April 4 Prince Bismarck an aounces that he lias decided to express jpiuions frequently on public raattafs through tbe press vigorously condemned by the English press Clinrch and State in Brazil Rio JANEIRO April Roman Cath olic bishops of Brazil are preparing for im mediate issuance of a pastoral letter declar ing their refusal to accept the governments jeparutioa of church state portions slightly In southern portion southwesterly winds For Michigan and WiitorsinRain clearing weather in Wisconsin slightly colder winds becoming northwesterly For clearing weather in western portion cooler northwesterly winds THE MARKETS CHICAGO April 3 Quotations on the board of trade today were as follows opened r9Jic closed June cpeuel 8Uc closed 79J4c July opened closed 78Hc No 2 ilay opened and closed 30fcic June Spened closed July opened and i closed SHc OatsNo 2 May opened closed opened closed S10M June opened and closed J10TO 1 July opened and closed 5W80 CREAM BASTROP La April 4The lavee twelve miles east of aero bav hrokca j It protected the richest part of this parish and as the overflow water in Bayou Bar Brotherhood clubs played a ball game on tbolomew is almost up to the highest point the here yesterday There were lowing range of prices opened it is feared that tha lower country will soon 5 000 onhe grounds unable to obtain seata fairly active and firm prices unchanged be inundated Three inches of rain fell 10 000 more were tarned Brook light grades rough packing Wednesday heaviest for years j lyn Won9 to 2 lots hesv3 awl The Brotherhood WM Happy BOSTON April Boston and Brook closed stock yards report the fol Its superior excellence proven in milJtDM at homes for more than a quarterof a centiirjr It is used by the United States Government En dorsed by the beads of the great as the Strongest Purert and most Healthful Dr Cream Baking Powder not contain Ammonia Lime or Alum Soli only in CHUB PB1CB BAIOSG POWDBB CC New fork CUcmcn 8u Frmnctooo Be Lot V   

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