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Logansport Pharos (Newspaper) - July 24, 1890, Logansport, Indiana LOGANSPOET DAILY PHABO8 16TH YEAE THUBSDAY EVEMNO JULY 24 1890 30HN Corner BETWEEN SEASON GOODS ur From now unti the regular Fall Trade opens these goods will be received fresh every few days Having had a very successful Summer Trade and having no need of Clear ance Sales we can give our customers Fresh Goods bought strictly for cash and sold at prices that will stand any test P and get Fresh Goods THEY CANT AGHEE Circular Diplomacy on the Seal ing Controversy BLA1HE A1TO SALIS3BFBY DIIFEB Meioe Soidlitz Powder Will Cur3 Your Headache S OBINTS Q 12thSt Drua Store FURNITURE PRICKS THE LOWEST Our Designs None but the Best Workmanship Allowed to Leave our Salesroom BEflL ESTATE For sale 12 on Broailwuv For sale 10 residences OD Spear street For sale 3 residences CD North street For sale if resiliences on Market street For sale residences on Ninth and Eleventh streets For sale residences on Chippewsi and Miami streets For sale residences on Toledo and Knee streets For sale lots iu all parts of the city and located in desirable places for btiilcl inc For sale at a bargain lots on Syca more street To trade farms for city property To tradestocks of dry goods foi farms To trade a desirable residence with two orchards To trade six lots at Francisville Ind for city property or for a good farm will pay the Wanted lots to sell in all parts of the city For particulars write or enquire of M M GORDON Pension and Heal Estate Agent Room No 8 Elliot Block Logarisport Ind Now Pension Law POP All Soldiers Wlin are dependent upon their own dnily labor for support For Soldiers ami Sailors widows For Children under 16 years of age For children permanently helpless nnd for dependent parents Apply in person or by letter for infor mation blanks and instructions to jft GORDON Pension Agent Elliott Block Lognusport In A Yeura Correspondence Flndg Them at the End Hack Where Ttliey Began The Secretary Huuln the Iremlcr Over the CoaU and Want to Know What He Is Going to WKleh Seonu Dlffl onlt to Find A Garbled Quotation from John Qiilncy AdamB WASHINGTON CITY July The cor respondence between the American and British relative to the veied Behriagaen qaostton wan laid before con grcas yesterday and Includes the period from AUK 24 1S83 to July 10 1890 The beginning of the correspondence is a com plaint from Lord Salisbury that United States cruisers have stopped searched and soized British vessels on the high seas outside the threemile limit in Beh ring sea and an announcement that Sir Julian Paunceforte would bo prepared on his return to Washington City to discuss the whole subject Both governments ex pressed the hope and belief that the diffi culty could be promptly and isasily set tled to Revenue Cutters Sept 12 1889 the British charge daf fairs Mr Edwtirdes wrote to Secretary Blaino urging that stringent instructions be sent United States cruisers in Beh rings seo to refrain from seizing British vessels in the sea outside the three mils limit Secretary Blaine promptly re pliod that he hoped the matter would rest until the whole subject was taken up by Sir Julian Pixuncefote and himself and that any instructions sent to our vessels at the date of the request would have been too late as they had already sailed for tho sea Oct 3 another note was re oeivod from the British government stat ing that tho British representative would nave full instructions regarding the mat ter The Itrlton Files n Protest In another nota of the same date from Salisbury to Mr Eclwardesand communi cated to Secretary Blaine the marquis of Salisbury referring to the seizure of the Black Diamond and the Triumph rnain ains that from affidavits and reports fur nished by the governor general of Canada these vessels were seized at a distance from land far in excess of the limit of maritime jurisdiction which any nation could claim by international law In the of 1887 Secretary Bayard had communicated unofficially an assurance that no further seizures of this charac ter should take place pending the discussion of the questions involved In view of tha unexpected renewal of the seizures of which her majestys government has reviously complained it is my duty to irotest against them and to atntci that in he opinion of her majestys goveTninent hey are wholly unjustified by interna ional law Jllalnes Reply to the Protest Tha next letter iu the correspondence and the first one from Mr Blaine to Sir ulian Pauncefote on the subject is dated anuary 22 1890 In this letter the secre ary defends the acts complained of by he British government on the following grounds That the Canadian vessels rrested and detained in the Behrings sea tvere engaged in a pursuit in itself contra n pursuit which of necas ity involves a serious and permanent in ury to the rights of the government and eople of the United States That the sheries had been in the undisturbed oisession and under the exclusive control f Hussia from their discovery until the ession of Alaska to the United iStales in 807 and that from this date onwards nttl 1886 they had also remained in the un istnrbed possession of tho United States ovornment He claims from friendly ations a recognition of the same rights onceded to Russia The Law of the illgh Seas Salisbury replied to the above in a letter ated May 2ia and questions whether ho taking of seals as complained of is ontra bonos mores nnd even if so hether it justifies the seizures made by he United Status He says It is an xloni of International maritime law that uch action is only admissible in the piracy or In pursuance of special inter ational agreement This principle has universally admitted by jurists and as very distinctly laid down by President yler iu his special message to congress ated Feb 37 1843 when after acknowl g the right to detain and search a ves 1 on suspicion of piracy he goes on to y With this single exception no na ana axter going over the entire contro versy again protests against the British government protecting vessels in doing violence to seal life He is nuprised that Salisbury should do this because It seems Inconsistent with his former declarations Blaine then goes into a recital of former negotiations wherein Salisbury had agreed to regulations for seal fishing sug gested by the American government clared herself entirely satisfied and promised to introduce a bill in parliament in accordance with said regulations which he had no doubt would promptly pass Blaine then complains that Salisbury at the last moment announced that nothing eould be done without the consent of Canada A fact that should have been stated earlier in the interest of candor No Claim of Mare Clattsum The above took place while Phelps was minister to England The same proposals were made Sir Julian Pauncetote readily accepted by him after the change of ad ministration in this country and every thingagain looked like a settlement Blaine says that no obstacle were pre sented by the United States no insis tence was made upon Behrlngs sea as mare clauBum but these negotiations were as suddenly broken off as the pre vious ones by the interposition of Canade Then when correspondence was resumed in April last an offer was madefor a mixed commission of experts to decide tha question The propositions made by Lord Salisbury in 1888 and ths proposi tions made by her majestys minister in in 1H90 are in significant con trast The circumstances are the same the conditions are the same the rights of the United States are the same in both years The position of England has changed because the wishes of Canada have demanded the change A Salty Communication The letter is a very caustic communica tion and imputes decided shiftiness to the British premier with a hint that negotia tions are difficult with a country when what it agrees to is likely to be set aside because one of its dependencies objects He draws a contrast between the author ity of Great Britain in Canada and the United States iri one of its states show ing that England has much the greater authority and then asks Can the gov ernment of the United States be expected to accept as final the decision of the gov ernment of Great Britain that an agree ment with the United States cannot be fullfllled because the province of Canada objects Salisbury Bacfca Water June 2 Blaine wrote Pauncefote asking if Salisbury would agree for n single sea son to exclude British vessels from Beh ring regxilation that in 1888 he of fered to make permanent The reply to this was that Salisbury was satisfied that the extreme measure proposed ia 1888 to day was beyond the requirements of the case Blaiue wrote relative to the above remark that it needed explanation and said that the president was disappointed that even for the sake of securing an im partial arbitration of the question at issue her majestys government is noi willing to suspend for a smgle season tho pracfice which Lord Salisbury describes in 1888 as the wanton destruction of a valuable in dustry and which this government has uniformly regarded as an unprovoked in vasion of its established rights Nothing Satisfactory to John Bull On June 9th Sir Julian notified Secre tary Blaine that Lord Salisbury regretted the president should think him wanting in conciliation and added that it was en tirely beyond the power of her majestys FRANK AND EENE Otherwise Mrs Leslie and Her Loving Marquis SOME OUEIOUS PACTS SHOTTED The Narrative of London Bogiitrar Re lating to the Beported ican Matrimonial Alliance O to Marry Procured a Year Apart and Neither LeuTllle and Boiom friend Do Some Significant Talking LONDON July sevea suicides of Mr Mantilini and the four confessions of Mrs Elizabeth Tilton are the oply paral lels in fiction and history to the oftre peated rumors and denials of the engage ment of Mrs Frank Leslie to the Marquis de Lenville Nevertheless the prospec tive marriage of so distinguished a jour nalist as Mrs Frank Leslie to a French nobleman with one of the proudest titles ever purchased is of decided interest Hegistrar Frank Hearne in Victoria street is qualified to speak with authority on matters matrimonial Frank and the Marqula He said that Mrs Leslie and the Mar quis de Leuville called upon him on the evening of Thursday July 10 and took out a marriage license Mrs Leslie was to sail for America on Saturday and she desired to have the ceremony performed on Friday Registrar Hearne said he in formed her that one whole day must elapse between the issuance of the license and the ceremony Mrs Leslie then said that she would be compelled to leave London at 9 oclock on Saturday morn ing to catch the City of Rome and that she must then be married early Saturday morning The registrar was asked if he was the lady was Mrs Leslie as De Leuville is quite capable of obtaining the services of some one to personate her What Happened In 1889 He said She is the same lady to whom I granted a license last year I issued a license to the same persons last August I could not swear that the Mrs Leslie but I have every reason to believe that sho was Tho registrar described Mrs Leslie perfectly At the veatry of fice in Mount street Grosvenor square the notices of marriage were inspected There it was learned that Mrs Leslie and the Marquis de Leuville filed notice of an intention of marriage on Aug 19 1S90 De Leuville described himself as Will SO 73 The Delightful SUMMER RESORTS OF Northern Michigan Reaohed by the Brand RapirJs i Indiana Railroad THE FISHING IISE MACKISAC the ninny Resorts reached therefrom Sautt Ste Marie Maniuettc Leu Cheneaux Islands eu jPETOSKBY AND HAY VIEW Harbor Sprinjrs Uabor Point Weuucton Chartevolx etc looattxi in the immediate vicinitv TRAVFRSE neighboring Kesorts Omcna Old Mission JJlk Kapids etc The many lakes and stroains affoitl the finest of flshirjc The Brook Trout the celehrated GrayUrrf Black Buss and other varieties of nh The train senice of the Grand Rapids and Indiana Kailroad for the seasou of will be complete iu every particular Through sleeping cars will bo run between Cincinnati Petoskey and Mackinaw Also be tween l hicajro Petoskey and Mackinaw via the Michigan Central Kailroad and Kala mazoo Tourist tickets can be purchased to any of the above points at reduced rates For dwcriptive matter time cards and full information address C T LOCK WOOD Gen Pass and Ticket Agent Grand Rapids Mich tiou has iu time of peace tho authority to detain the ships at another upon the high seas on any pretext whatever out side the territorial jurisdiction And he adds that even in the case of the slave trade the right of seizure of vessels on the high seas was only exercised by the con sent of the nations involved Jurisdiction in Delirlug Sea Replying to the alleged exclusive mo nopoly of Russia iu the seal fisheries ad vanced as Blaines second argument Salisbury says After Russia at the in stance of the RussianAmerican Fur com pany claimed in 1821 the pursuits of com merce whaling and fishing from Behring straitsto the 5lst degree of north lat itude and not only prohibited all for eign vessels from landing on the coasts and islands of the above waters but also prevented them from approaching within 100 miles thereof Mr Quiucy Adams wrote as follows to the United States min ister in Russia The United States can admit no part of these claims Thair right of navigation and fishing is perfect and his been inconstant exercise from the earliest times throughout the whole ex tent of the Southern ocean subject only to the ordinary exceptions and exclusions of the territorial jurisdiction The mar quis then quotes a case to prove that the right c f fishing included the right of seal ing Not a Marc Clanantu From the speech of Mr Sumner when introducing the question of the purchase of Alaska to congress it is equally clear that the United States governme nt did not regard themselves as purchasing a monopoly Having dealt with furbear ing animals he went on to treat of fisher ies ami after alluding to the presence of different species of whales in the vicinity of the Aleutians said No sea is mare clausum all of these may be pursued by a ship under any flag except directly on the coast within its territorial limit Re plying to Secretary Elaines statement that fjom ISO to 1SS6 the possession of seal fisheries was enjoyed by sht United States without intrusion or interruption from any source Salisbury cites instances proving that Blaine is wrongand that Brit ish vessels were engaged at intervals dur ing that time in sealing without opposi tion from the United States Salisbury Charged With Shuffling Blalne replies to this on Mav 29 1890 government to excude British or Can adian ships from any portion of the high seas even for an hour without legislative sanction To this Secretary Blaine on June 11 replied that it would satisfy this government if Lord Salisbury would by public proclamation simply request that vessels sailing under the British flag should abstain from entering Behring sea for the present season If this was com plied with there would be full time for impartial negotiations and friendly con clusion of the differences between the two governments On June 27 Sir Julian notified Secretary Blaine that constitu tional difficulties would preclude her majestys government from ncceding to this request Discrediting a Quotation On June SO Secretary Blaini wrote to Sir Julian Pauncefote and referring to al leged declarations and admissions of Pres ident Adams of 1821 about the claims of Russia over Bohring sea as quoted by Lord Salisbury says The quotation which Lord Salisbury makes is unfor tunstely n most defective erroneous aid misleading one The conclusion is sepa rated from the premisea comma is turned into a period an Important qualification as to time is entirely erased without even a suggestion that it had ever formed a part of the text and out of eiihtyfonr words logically and inseparably con nected tliirtySve are dropped from Mr Adams paragraph in Lord quotation No edition of Mr Adamu works gives authority for his lordships quotation while the archives of this de partment plainly disclose its many errorik Conclusions or inferencesMr Blaine sayn resting upon the paragraph as quoted by Lord Salisbury with the material parts omitted are of course valueless Some Positions Later on after discussing and reviewing the history of the acquisition of Russian possessions in North America he reasserts that during all the time between 1885 and the cession of Alaska to the United States in 1867 Great Britain never affirmed the right of her subjects to captnre seals in the Behring sen and repeats questions which he asked last January and which stili remain unanswered Whence did the ships of Canada derive the right to do in 1SSO that which they had refrained from doing for nearly ninety years The Iate9t Proposition The last letter m the correspondence la from Secretary Blaine to Sir Julian Pauncefote dated July 19 inst in which he says he is instructed by the pres ident to say that the United States is will ing to consider all the proceedings of 1SSS except that the proposition for a close sea between April 15 and Nuv 1 each year is cancelled as far as American rights are concerned lam Rune Oliver de Lorncourt marquis de Leuville bachelor aged 44 residence 98 Victoria street Mrs Leslie was re corded as widow 38 years of age resi dence Grosvenor hotel She Draws the Line at 38 To the question In what church or building is the marriage to be solemn ized the response was In the regis trars office St Georges Hanover square On July 10 1890 another record of an in tention of marriage on the part of the Marq u Is de Leuville and Mrs Leslie was found Here De Leuville described him self as William Oliver Marquis de Leu ville and gave his age as 4d years younger than in 18S9 Mrs Leslies rec ord was the same as iu August 1889 She still remained 38 years of age according to the record but her residence was Burling ton hotel A VISIT IUNO1S LEGISLATURE of the Extra Session Ito Paw Fair SPKINGFIKLD Ills July extra session of the legislature convened in the capitol building yesterday with few ab sentees In the senate Rev A A Bur leigh was elected chaplain L F Watson secretary and Stephen Maddox sergeant atarms A committee was appointed to inform the house that the senate was ready for business and a recess was takan to await the report of a similar committee sent to Governor Fifer At p m the senate reassembled and the governors message was read irtating the of legislation which would be in order The senate then adjourned Rather Lively in the House Proceedings in the house were rather lively the Democrats in caucus had nominated Clayton E Crafts for speaker and determined to bring up the subject of members who were disqualified on ac count of holding federal E A Doolittleof Greena couatywas temporary speaker when the house assembled and the first business sprung was a resolution appointing a committee to investigate the eligibility of the members holding federal offlcea The temporary spcBkar declared the resolution out of order and an appeal was made Allen Republican moved that the house proceed to elect officers and the debate waied warmly and Demo crats and Republicans vied with each other as to which could make most noise A Period of Uproar References to Speaker Reeds rule were made by Democrats and Kepublicunj shouted Bully for Reed Paddock moved to lay the investigation resolution on the table nnd after another scene of uproar the upeaker decided tin motion carried Finally the motion to elect officers was declared carried and after more filibustering by the Democrats the vote was taken on the two candidates for Cochran and re sulted Cochran 76 Crafts 71 Half a dozen Democrats signed a protest and then Cochran took his seat and returned thanks for the honor The house then took recess uutil today The Chicago Aldermen CHICAGO July new Worlds fair ordinance was presented to the city coun cil last night and adopted Ic provides that the city ot Chicago shall pay the cost of filling in the lake and owu the land thus made and that the Worlds fair com pany shall ptiy a nominal rental for use SHE MARRIED A HINDOO LARGE VARIETY FLANNEL SHIRTS AND THE RELIABLE FLANNEL SACK COAT OTHER STYLES COATS lATTEIKDETOTER J KIE1KE1MANN Ttie Tailor 3O8 BROADWAY Between 5th and 6th Sts INDIANA NEWS A Brand of Chewing Gum in a Bad Way TO THE MARQUIS Lord Randolph a Fresh Grip LONDON July Randolph Churchill speaking at the Conservative club last night maintained that the Con servative party was constantly deepening its hold upon the country while this character and caliber of the Radicals had Headily declined He declared that tho policy of the government was succeeding at home and abroad His Dearest Friend Leuville Is Hopeful At 98 Victoria street the Albert man sion the reporter was shown into the no ble marquis drawingroom an apartment magnificently furnished with the most uncomfortable chairs ever manufactured and decorated with nil the modern designs in brocades There entered a gray and cadaverous person of masculine gender who announced himself as Capt the dearest friend of the marquis He was asked why Mrs Leslie so persistently denied the fact of the engagement to De Lenville when that fact was on record My lord is not at home at present siiid Capt Humber but I am sure if he were here he would say that if the lady chosei to deuy the fact of the engagement he would uphold her in whatever she said Captain numbers Observations Captain Humber then said that he had chanced to be standing in front of Regis trar Hearnes on the evening of Thursday July 10 when a hansom cabman whose vehicle was standing before the door accosted him with the remark The Marquis de Leuville has just gone in there with a rich American lady whom he is going to marry It struck the captain as so remarkable a coincidence that he should happen to be there and that the cabman happened to be there also and I likewise the horse and eke the hansom that he remained until the marquis and Mrs Leslie came out and drove a way with out teeing him I am sure said the captain that my lord will desire to have tlhe matter kept as quiet as possible how ever and that in no event will he consent to be interviewed on the subject Cannot Contradict a Lalv The correctness of Capt Humbers esti mate of William Bane Oliver de Lorn courts views on the matter was proved by the circumstance that the marquis called three times on the reporter yester day afternoon and finally sent his car riage to bring the reporter to see him The marquis was foind in a wine vault off the Strand sampling 1S80 pommery sec with Freeman Thomas and a contingent of admiring satellites The nobleman needed a shave a hair cut and a better hat but he wore a golden bangle about his manly wrist and scintillated in the region of the cravat with all the known gems This is only a lovers quarrel he said Of course if Mrs Leslie says we are not engaged and never have been An Ottawa Out Belle Creates a Sensa tion in Goml Society OTTAWA Ont July Bella Lane was married Tuesday evening to Dr Merkhim a Hindoo oculist who opened an office here some months ago The wed ding has created a decided sensation ow ing to the brides social prominence The marriage appears to have been the result of love at first sight The fair bride learning of the miraculous cures which the oculist was effecting went to him for treatment The Grooms GorgcouB Costume The blandishments of tbeoriensul doctor seemed to have touched her heart and she succumbed to Cupids gentle dart Rev A W Mackny performed the wedding ceremony which wis witnessed by a large number of spectators The bride was supported by her brother and was attired in a costume of creamcol ored silk The groom looked handsome and gallant in a brilliant red plush coat trimmed with ermine velvet breeches and plush cnp DISASTER AT A YACHT RACE Three Yachts Capsized and Two Men IroiviiecJ DiauTII Minn July progress of the yacht race yesterday morning a sudden squall came up and three boats were capsized Two of them sank immediately One boat contained a party of five all of whom were provided with life preservers They were picked up in a short time uninjured In another boat was Rev Mr Lathrop ant Rev Dr Dunn and three others They were also picked up all right The IllFated Roamcr The crew of the Roamer were not so fortunate Slie was lieing sailed by the owner Charley Lindner in the yacht race and with him was J D Clark both of whom were drowned The rest of the crew were picked up The Roamer was heavily weighted and sank like a shot giving the unfortuimte men no chance for their lives Mr Lindner leaves a wife and three children THE CENTRAL AMERICAN WAR A Gnntemnlan Account of the Recent llattle CITY OF MEXICO July The Guate malan minister has received a telegram from the Guatamalan ministry of foreign affairs which says Against the positive orders which the government had given one of our officers took some of his troops across the line There was skirmishing of slight import ance and our troops few in number were ordered to return They lost nothing The officer who disobeyed orders by cross ing the frontier is under arrest and will be courtmartialed The president of Guatemala telegraphs the minister to Mexico that the Salva dorean enemies of Exeta were met and routed by Ezcta The Congressional Kecord WASHINGTON Cirr July of representatives devoted yesterday to de bate on the bankruptcy bill Speecheti were made by Abbott of Texas Frank oE Missouri McCord of Wisconsin Perldnii of Kansas and others The debate wail closed by E B Taylor The senate re sumed consideration of the Indian appro priation bill and disposed of all bat a few pages of it A resolution was agreed to calling on the president for information touching the alleged illegal imprisonment of A J Diaz in Cuba The Calumet and Hebla hune have conceded the of the strikerm and work has been rronmed I cannot as a gentleman deny it But never mind love will prevail aha The Trotters at Detroit DETROIT July The first race at the Detroit Driving park yesterday waa the unfinished trot which was won by G B best time The trot was taken by Almont best tinae A large field started in the race for a purse of tlO 000 The race was unfinished Suisun taking the third and fourth heats and being the only horse with two heats to his credit The best time was by Play Boy in the first beat Suisuns best time Maggie R won the 21T pace best tdrne Blue year Malcontents Beaten NEW YORK July special to The World from St Johns N F says All efforts of the disaffected portion of the populace were centered on an attack on the public ball announced for Tuesday evening in honor of Admiral Watson and the officers of the fleet Could they hire been successful it was felt that a great point wonM be gained and to this end appeals were made tc the patriotism of the ladies who were urged to decline all invitations Bat all appeals were in vain and the ball was probably the most nut eessful ever held in the city On the Base Hall FiId CHICAGO July are given the base ball scores made yesterday League At Philadelphia 17 Pittsburg 6 and Clements Bowman and Wilson At 0 Boston 2 batter ALL ON ACCOUNT OF THE WBAPPEB Uncle Sam Puts a Period to Its Morn Alumt That Kokomo Cultured OnVmUr Pnfrs Fenituiittary to Wnrkhoum Bveuusn the Society Is Ilunaiiza for the Notes INDIANAPOLIS July fuw months ago a cliewingsum factory iu Cleveland conceived tlie idea of making u nunbrand of gum wrapping it in imitation green backs and calling it Greenback Chewing Gum The gum was put on the market a few weeks ago and made a hit But a collapse has come Some government de tective over in the effete east who chews gum bought a stick of the brand and he at ooce saw in the imitation 83 bill a vio lation of the statutes of the United States Eight Hundred Boxes KttiVurjfoed He notified the treasury department at Washington of his discovery and this telegram was sent out to all the district secret service officers Greenback chew ing gum has a wrapper that is a viola tion of section 5430 Suppress it Upon the receipt of the telegram Treasury Agent Carter of this city started out to look for some gum In one house he found 500 boxes and in another 300 boxes At each place he gave orders that the gum bj not placed on the market THEY KNEW ATTORNEY COOPER The Antecedents of the Man Who De luded Kokomo FRANKFORT Ind July Cooper the dishonesb Kokomo attorney whose forgeries aggregate nearly teOOOO is wellknown in Frankfort where he was employed as a teacher in the high schools for a number of years and where he has since practiced in the courts He was generally regardod as an honest hard working attorney and the news of his pec ulations and flight was a great surprise Among his victims here are Dr T B Cox for and Willis Boggs a farmer for Jl200 A Specimen Sfnuoilty Cooper was engaged in a recent litiga tion over a farm in which Dr Cox was interested the doctor surrendering a deed in consideration of tllloo Ths lawyer was intrusted with the collection and pocketed the money Boggs was bor rowed money Coopers note expiring last week the former requested payment and Cooper responded with a check which ia reported to be spurious Other develop ments of the lawyers crookedness are ex pected to turn up in this county where he had several clients Western witn a Tlew to malting n a part of their system Willoughby H Reed for many years at the head of the great dry goods firm of Bros Co of Philadelphia from which he retired several years ago died at Indianapolis aged 81 William Morris has been arrested at Portland and taken to Winchester on picion of being implicated in the Heushaw murder committed near the latter place about one month ago James Carroll n victim of the Red Key catastrophe died Tuesday at Portland Daniel Wilt another victim cannot The molders in Reave Companys large foundry at Columbus threw down their tools Tuesday aud walked out in body For some time the molders have been working by the piece and were noti fied that on and after Tuesday they would receive llbO per day A farmer uamed GodJord Ramp com mitted suicide at his home six milef WMt of Bedford He climbed a tree tied a trace around his neck and jumped off Sentenced for Hliobtinff a Poaaher LONDON July 84 Capt Justice of the peace and uouct hunter sentenced at Cork to two impris onment at hard labor for shooting And wounding a poacher The YVeatheir May Expect AVASIUNGTON Crrr July 24 The loUowin are tho weather Indications for thIrt hours from S p m yesterday For and Fair weather on Thursday warmer in Indiana ami eastern Illlnota coolor In western Illinois northwesterly winds For Lower MichiganShowers shifting to northwesterly lower For Upper and WisconsinFair weather on Thursday northwesterly warmer iu Upper Jlicbitfiin and Wisconsin stationary temperature In western Wisconsin For Fair tfeathcr northerly winds slightly cooler THE MARKETS Preferred the Penitentiary INDIANAPOLIS July Me Carty a man of fine attainments but given to drink has been sent to the peni tentiary under peculiar circumstance He dictionary and the court was about to send him to the workhouse on a plea of guilty when McCarty said Your honor I rise to protest against beingsent to the workhouse I hava been there seventeen times and I m tired of it The fare is simply villainous and the associa tions are bad Please seud me to the pen itentiary for a year for a change Judge Irwin granted the request and sentenced him for one year Walloped a Lathario LA POKTK Ind July sensational affair occurred here Tuesday night which has proved a big bonanza for the gossips Early in the evening George Adams dis covered his wife in a buggy with A J Hoover a crockery merchant and he into the vehicle and gavo the gay lotliario a terrible beating Hoover finally escaped from his assailant arid fled He failed to appear at his place oil bosi iesGsrfield and Zimnier Nicholas and ness Wednesday Hoover is an active Bennett CmcmnatiBrooklyn same church member and quite prominent in klyn game wet grounds At Chicago Chicago 13 Xew York 12 Hntcbinson and Kiftridge Sharrot Bur kett and Clark Brotherhood At Buffalo 6 New York 7 batteries Keefe and Mack Crane and Ewing At Cleve land 14 Brooklyn 6 batteries Bakelyand Satcliffe Wehjring and Kinslow Pitts burg Philadelphia game postponed rain At ChicagoChicago 5 Boston 22 batter ies Bartson and Farrell Kilroy and Mur That Cape May Cottage NEW YortK July A special to The Tribune from Ope May X J says Mrs Harrison said last night that the presi dent had refused to have the cottage ac cepted as a ftift but because of liking Cape May so well and especially the cot tage he had bought it outright The state ment in the neivspapers that the price waa was untrue and the real price will not yet be mods known temperance work Commntation for a Hooalrr WASHINGTON Crrr July presi dent has commuted the sentence of James E Lanktoni convicted in In diana of vio lation of the postal laws and sentenced to one years imprisonment to foot actual imprisonment He Got Off Too Easily COLCMBCS Ind July No lan superintendent of the poor asylum who is charged with knocking Maria Kin ney an inmate down and with his fists beating her face and body black Monday morning was arrested taken before Mayor W W Stader and entered a pie a of guilty He was fined with costs a sum amounting to Death of Two Old Men MARIOX Ind July Weaver colored of Liberty township probably the oldest mttn in nortiern Indiana died Wednesday at the atof 107 years MABTTXSYILLE July fL Scroggins a pioneer of this county died at his home in Green township Wednes day afternoon aged 80 years A TMseovery of Iron Ore GOSHEK Ind July Lake Shore and Michigan Southern tracklaying crews have discovered two good sized veins of i iron ore near Mishawaka One of veins is nearly three feet thick and tlie other two feet The ore is said by experts to be reasonably flae Chicago CHICAGO Jnly 23 On the board of trade today quetatiou were as follows K August opened oloscd 88Vjc September opened 89Hc closed December opened closed 91Jjc 2 July opened SttiP closed August opened closed 3SHc September opened 3SJc clowd iSt t July opened and clotted 82e gust onioned closed September opened closed opened tll26 closed August opened I10ll closed September opened flOlft closed JIOOB opened closed S577H Live stock yards price oiwned active and flrm pr higher light grades rongh pick ing mixed lots t3TOjs39D heavy packing and chipping lots J3803i39S Market very flow and weak pecta lower for real prime pool to fair 4a3UQ386 good to choice t39ii 440 prime to extra tiJ34KO Texans lower J23 Wk 40 stock weaX bulk SheepMarket lOc lower on sheep lower on Iambi J375a340 western J4iWfj4liO Produce creameries 154 JKr B finest liaise packlM stock 58Gc EggsStrictly fresh per doz hens per tb roo tern 5c lots 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