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   Logansport Pharos (Newspaper) - November 12, 1890, Logansport, Indiana                                LOGANSPORT DAILY PHAROS ItfTH YEAR WEDNESDAY EVENING NOVEMBER 12 IH90 NO WIN TO VUN ON ick o Soloct from Li it to SootllCTTl H O 111 1 Coino a fe ri a Posvderlys Knights Go into Session at Denver THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY GATHEES of Hi Head ul llin A 1rojiosit ion fur tlie ion ot tho Turin Ouestion t IIA Kl ioiial ercineRiJiriin to tlir York Cen irnl Sliil 1111 i ij to tlie ISeWiplipT SiMlle itrlil illci tile lltii ot Kiirinoiiy ljio ri Th tneral 12thSr Druu Store FURMTURE liC S Tl IE Li WLS Our Designs N IJrM mU i mir J IV Ihilmon SODS Jelir Inv his rs ill lit alliun of whih tlii iineinliiy ailjmiriol for tiif firihi pit rim v in I li i thiir Uur i lit sre re IUL fil MII fniii Ma ii mi it i s tnd tile Kher frjiii lidniii fii alis iovi t I of It I f Idii will 1 haw i i ii i vc tit viri Ft 1 i tim ii vUI i Lo jinl 1 linT i r tiri 3 ii l iupjc a li tuition thit uf nrili HI 1 1 i ril h v i 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MMaillakil lllHtf il Lti of I iM ti 1M whtrhr ul in iifvpaiti ot i contif in Vliviis tiiis art1 in vio j atiii of sivtitj vj i hi1 star Itts ts anifi b ii l iIot t act Atioiiiytuiunil Mdler j iu wiivii he Ms in tho MO nhu SmiliiiHMy 1 ijht IVstiunuiI NEW NOV ij At a late hour esttTlay of tho oi marvel n one the most j IVti 1 A U it Vj Cut foocfQeT or tc KKvN O N V tweuty 10 ti human t r with The red H lin llq made onfv a i v va run iutraci for L s x ysis t FORECASTING THE WEATHER 80nit That May Make Ls Patient of WASHINGTON CITY Xov his nual report Gretly chief signal offi cer iias following to say about the Thy duties devolving on the forecast official permit less than oneqtiurtwr of a minute oa an averayn in whicb to decMe foraiuiato and ixpress a forec ist fur a state or dis trict regarding any meteorological ele ment bucti as weather temperature and wind Kaiely can a minute be given to the for any particular state or ditrict This time forbids for an entire state anything but a forecast of wneril ciiurncter while the variety of weather crurlUiom in large areas often preclude thii possibility briefly an nouncing tlini even in summarizing aad Tjinch in forecnsrinx A riMlitJille Xiitwit the difficulties there wens only fourteen occasions during the last year on Htivore cold waves were not predicted per cent of all the im portant cold waves predicted Ta Hptakinx tornadoes Gen Irretily than it from tlata on band that iu no statt may a destriiLtive tornado be ex pected on an than once in two years that the area over which tin total deitruction can be expected is exceed in Lily small even in the states moat liable Lo tlieso violent storms Gen Greely believes this matter of great puLtic irn portaiice and desires to impress upon the peopt how small are the chances of periOtial injury or IOHS of property in this connection In conclusion he says that tornadoes are not so destructive ot life as Tlie iiuhlic pn Hin V ilo to Nw war u if t I ill U Iii ir I I inns ui IIT tin lire ni i ii Vmliljil an iitH 1 In t t 1 li ilrnt MI in nl I n jias urt liwitli Wmii VIT tit iit re t nf I c Mn puny r qui t hs iiiiiT a was rpn an iiiCiJ fn tli in liiu In l 1 1 tlji r 11 siltl Imun kni l n i K pn i iar pi i l iuir i a i xin I he ilVuial u i ol ulij i n i titinii vc i M lis COMBINE VS COMBINE In Such it CiiM Tulny Lots Km lijjht It Out CHICAGO Xuv Juiiye Tuley yester day u case of vital importance to aliippcrs mid buyers of cultle ut the Union Stock The Aiuerican Stock company formed by a nuti bcr of raisers iu Illinois Indiana UiscoiiMn and other states nnd territo ries of the northwest tiled a bill to re strain tlm Chicago Live Stock exchange from priMentinu it holding a cenitlciite of membership in the exchange and lhat the exchange was creating ti munopoiy hy refusing to allow the com plainant Lo deal with it arid by parsing a resolution prohibit itiv mernbori of ihe ex change tfoin doing juineas wirIi the company Tlie judge decided that the complainant was seeking to ef fect a combination by which it m iit to fc con trol the live stock market arid could have no claim to tlie aid of a court of equity to accomplish sucli upurpose The in junction win dissolve and tlie bid dis misseil BROTHERHOOD BASE BALLISTS Pitt shun niui Nw York UKS York nul i irrIShCitu Nov r Brotherhood base bail here yesterday i The first business jirsunted was the ros Ignatitjn of tiiu Piclnig an 1 Vork clubs whcM laid over for sixty days in uccoriinncu with the constitution Cin cinnati was admitted to membership aud applications rticuivatl fcjn Buffalo i Ditroir and igton City for me lo fUioii oi chbs a those places Charles j A l1intL1 ill Boston elecrcd prusl ilent A FJ Johnsnn of Cleveland vice prtsidenf and t II iiruniieil of Chi t nry and treasurer Th djiMirnfil tor the day U is rcporUil thai during tlio meeting tin veri oi tile Illtsburg and Vnk clubs were unmercifully be riUd the weakncs they have dis played It is state I that although I Llt tshurg and New Yfrk may have cou with ihe National league they will be uuablt to deliver the goods as t is bilitvid that all the players will stick to tlie Bruthutiiood A Little Uprising in Iloiuluras Yuinc Nov Consul General Baz of Guatemala lias recoived a cablo gram ton tirniiug the news of an uprising in Kuinlura Tht1 cablegram t urt her states tlat Iresiiliiit has reiirfd to witluii two leagues of Tegucigalpa and was the support of ihe restof the ivpn filic Order and complete piace prevn kl iu tho ret of the Central Amer ican status all assuming n neutral poi iiin ia tho maiter winch is ooked upon KS unimporianr and purely local th Jer tion side lift wil He iiis j ued i tae Th EW t J ey h p IViduM Well Aotr YoiiK Xov has leen learned hn llischotT of Newark avenue City who died last week of starva properly value 1 at ffWOOO be HlOtO in tho bank IFe live t the u mUer an I would not allow his pinchase the barest necessaries one daughter who married against shes and lie left her one house va1 jUuO The remainder oE his es rs to iiis widow duiiii to Lihl u Iiul PAH is N v The dutl Mes i sit us ttml Pe Kotilede is likely to be i serinus oue They both started yesterday m vming to go either to Hol land or iJegtmn where the encounter will place The weipons chosen are pistols uud t he condition are unusually its it has been decided that four f hots shall be exchanged and the adver saries shall advance upon each oilier be ttveen each shor Ir iink 3s ftr Utvenue Only CITY Nov ia MrsFrauk Leslies lecture n The Royal Leaders of at Lircoln halt lust uight was not Mrs Leslie pur ia an ap pearance at the hall about S p in but her ivc informing her chat the jUrms rf inT paymenc in julvance hail not been compile I witb by the local 111 iiuiger she returned to her rooms U the iml for Boston this ail eriuon Mrs U nrisin a Joint Author WASHIXOVON CITY Nov ii Mrs Har rison received yesterday the presenta tion copy tf a bHk published o which she is in part the aihr It is octavo volume ia burut irravy made up oi evoking rec ipes signed by herself and other leading i of JLshiugton society Tne pres entauon was maile isy Mr Frank IT Car Uncltr Sams Heavy OutGo CUT Xov The offi siatemen is made that within the ir four months in of receipt have been paid out of the treas a sum ureacer in excess of receipts than iv as ever paui out in an equal pe cod iu time of peac iu the history oi the goverumfnt Thr aggrerue amount pa ww5 over of which S 0 0Oujo ivls for peasivuis HEART Stanley Tells of His Last Great Achievement BBIEP SYNOPSIS OP HIS LEOTTJBE The Gloom of tlie Immense Forests nnd Their Inliubttants Pleasing of the Made of Human Teeth Yellow Ivory Queen Jut lo Work as a Some im the Man They Were fur iorjK Nov fashionable au dience jit the Metropolitan Opera Louie last evening to listen to the lecture of the great African explorer Henry M Stanley who was to tell of the struggles of histwo years plunge into tbe depibs of the dark continent The re criminatunis and charges that had be come public with reference to the awful experience of the rear yuard lent interest to tlie words of the chief ns in the lecture it was expected that he might tell more fully the history of the unhappy men The meeting was opened by Mr A B De frece viio managed the affair iu the in terest of tlie Summit Convalescent home of Xevr Jersey for whoso benefit Mr Stanlej gave the lecture Great Explorer Introduced Air Defreice briefly eulogized the lec turer the causa for which he spoke and the audience nnd gave way for Ctiaiincey M Depew who introduced Stanley with a similur speech He said Stanley dur ing tho last three years had fjiven to the world continentfor Christianity and civiliziLUuti B tun ley was received with long continued applause He opened with a graphic description of the great aud gloomy forests through which they had tuurckttd for dajH He spoke of the great height of the trees their density of growth and the leafy vines The forest which was dark at noonday became dreadful at night Wonders of the Great Forests The the tempest and the ness bad produced their effects on tae minds of the people with him He de scribed how rapturous the men wore when they emerged from the great forest But they stopped to scowl at the dense woods they had left There are many in habitants in the region but they could be eliiHued into the tall inhabitants and the pigmies The tall natives occupy the clearings the pigmies are found iu groups in the forests The different Cribea of euch are distinguished by marks some having tattoo mtirks on their foreheads and others on their cheeks Jewelry and Hubits Tii elf jeveiny consists of crocodile monkey or human teetli chiefly and their dress is a piece of bark about four feet loug nnd a few inches wide which they tuck into a girdle They have for weap ons spears knives battleaxes and some times swurd Tlie pigmies are nomadiq The large inhabitants build compact vil lages with one principal street which is generally filled witn gnaisaud fowl They are nevertheless cannibals but they do not feed on their relatives or friends It is only when they rnnke a capture from another tribe that they eat human flesh A Corpse He hud sunn a woman who had been speared in the thront laid ou a bier ready to be cooked She was sick and had been left by a marauding party Another case had also been personally observed by him During their jnurney they had captured of nativus who assisted them in directing them l o banana icroves and other places fur procuring food but they released them nficr expedition hud passed bpyond Hie territory ot thosa they had captured an They were thenceforth useless to them The pigmies who reach fibout to rt full grown mans waist have auundrint food ns well as the larger na tives They have many kinds of fruit some of them na as watermelons They catch elephants in pitfalls aud other animals good fur foo I are abundant Caught H ruftutifiii Vruing j ueeii lie considered these people the lowest of the buman race morally Their grati tima in as shortlived asa bulldugs One day they caught a beautiful young queen IS years ohl but a pigmy She was the color of yelloiv ivory She Imd a narrow girdle at the waist with iron rings on it that looked like washers She had ivory rings on hoinnns nnd ankles She was usod by one of the party as a servant and she became very docile and adept Ou another occasion their pigmies carried in another scout The man was very proud and strutted around with dignity The woman carried a pack that would bold two bushels The man became a very in dustrious characteristic which Is rare iu Africa Tlie AngloGerman Rivalry lie spoke the discovery of the longlost Mountains of the Moon which rose like two truncattd cones and the Snow moun tains which on April had burst on their vievr hung for three days in view in a most pellucid atmosphere He traced the waters from tlie Snow mountains to Lake Albert Edward and from there to the White Nile As they approached this lake they emerged from the forest and found a large grassy plain He skipped rapidly over the journey to the const at Ziii7ibar but dwelt on their difficulties there with Emin Pasha It was not until appro rich ing tho east hu said that they learned of rivalry be tween the English aad Germans to curry favor with tbe sultau of Zanzibar Emin was a German and was influenced by his countrymen km In Not a Crateful Jan They found that his gratitude was not very deep He had embraced the mem bers of their expedition at thi banquet given him at the const with apparent alTectioi ani in out fell over a bal cotiyatrd was injured They were notaliow to see him at the hospital His subse quent incivility had been fanned into botUitr by coiirjti men Euim had been fourteen yeirs absent in Africa Stttiiley in concluding spoke of arrange ments England I Germany concerning this territory vv icii nrd been brought about partly i urgent demand for an undersian He re ceivtnl OOo or 300t persons afer the lec ture nul hook their hands Use Count Remembers the Pope LONDON Xov Count of Paris J has sent presentof francs to the jxipe by hisdiuxher the Princess Heleae who is on a visit to Rome for the purpose of rendsnijif ner devoirs to iis hoJiaess BULLS AND BEARS GO WILD TUe Xew York Stock Has Mora Trouble Several YORK NOT There was an a her semi panic on the Stock Exchange ynsterday and a heavy raid was made on ViJIard stocks Northern Pacific pre ferred selling down over 12 per cent the common 35tf and North American several points TUB flurry was not so harmlesa in its effects as that of Monday for a couple of houses succumbed to the pres sure Decker Howell Uo and David Richmond Besides thesse the associated banks had to come tu tbe relief of tha Bank of North America which was pinched by the DeckerHowell failure and the North Hirer aad Mechanics and Traders They all made settlements however and announced that they would be all right today Scarce Money the Difficulty The principal cause of thetrouble was the same aa on scarce money Right up to the close it was m great de mand and per cent and iejfai interest vras charged on loans equal to ISO per cent per annum This fact and the troubles of the banks caused a special meeting of the Clearing1 House associa tion to be called ana utter a long debate it was decided to appoint a committee of presidents with authority to issue clear ing house loan certiflcates in order tq able the banks to settle balances between themselves Much Interest in tha Dealings At timea during the day thu excitement ran high and the crowds at the local boards weire larger than for years past In every brokers office also groups ot customers were seen discussing the situa tion iu an earnest manner and watching every change with a deal of interest There waa however very IJttle of the panicky feeling manifested ttiat prevailed Monday and everybody found something of encouragement Although prices gen erally fluctuated widely tbe range wan considerable alxjve Mondays figures and aj1 through the feeling showed a better temper Havu Liabilities Decker Howell Co made zneut to William N Cromwell and that gentleman said that liabilities are about flO000000 and the assets at tbe present market price largely exceed that sum The liabilities are due almost entirely to franks aud bunkers on ioana nmda aad are well secured The cause of the suspen sion was the inability of the firm to bor row the uecftssary amount of re quired in the days business The firms transactions were very large it being necessary to borrowseveral millions daily The firm will probably pay every dollar Another suspension announced was that ot C H Whitney Co a brokerage flrm BBUTALMDBDEB JOMBRE L IA A B f A Brother Batters His Sister to Death WHISO THE CAUSE OF THE OBDCE of H Million NEW Nov The liabilities of the silk importing firm of John T Walk er Son Co which made an assign ment yesterday will foot up at least and probably go higher Tbe as sets can nut at this time be even esti mated Tho cause of the failure wag tight money and a falling off in prices The firm has done the second largest silk importing business in this coqntry Mr Joaeph Walker says the tariff bill has nothing to do with firms trouble The Train Wrecker Again NEW YORK Nov A vicious attempt was made late Monday night to wreck a train on the New York Central and Hud son River rnilroad at One Hundred and Fortyfirst afcreet Some person or per sons took a 8 tout suppling aqd with pieces of wira rope tjed the enda tQ tie rails and fastened it so securely that it formed a complete obstruction About midnight a downfreight struck the ob struction and the ue was thrown from the tracc Had not toe train been moving slowly a loss of life would cer tainly have followed As it waa no one waa injured Delegated wt the Capltul WASHINGTON CITY Nov Neither President Harrison nor Secretary Blaine will attend tbe IrishAmerican reception to Dillon and OBrien in this city attendance of either would be treated us a marked act of discourtesy to the British government aud would probably be re garded diplomatically as PQ serious an of fense as to call for notice in the form of a protest handed into the state department by the British minister The legal posi tion ol Dillou and OHrien is that of fugi tives from justice Members of the cabi net other than the retary of state are free to take part in the reception The TVIthilrawal oT That Appeal LOXDOX Xov 12 leading Conserv ative newspapers comment on the with drawal of the appeal for fundsi by the American committee on the Irish famine as a confession that no famine exist aad that there in no real fear of any want that cannot be met hy local aud imperial au thority They say that the Parnellites overreached themselves in creating the apprehension of famine and are now com pelled to virtually acknowledge that they have been duping the public at home and abroad ence French ioi atiuii amuch as blf iu Li uirecUn oC hcUc duties A graniw iron kettle may be bright inside by boiling a small quantity of liorax irx it The AVeathfrlTe Iaj JSipect AVASFUVGTOK Crrv forowin are the weather indications for aours from S p m yeteraay For Indiana and weatiur except lighi raJn extreme south rn ixirtioas wamer wiatls For Micliiun nnd Fair weather no change in tempera t me becouiiot westerij For Feather no in temperature variable iEuwa Is Republican DBS MOISES In Xov re turns of this election for state officers re ceived IAS niglit from ninetysix coun ties the rtftrminiui three counties hav iug been reported unofficially show tha election of tbe entire Republican ticket by pluralities mngiiig from 36f for rail road commissioner to377tf for attorney geneni The highest vote cast for a stme offict is as 33 HRaiast KH140 iu 18SS and 3606rr in 1W9 the latter on governor The Illinois CHICAGO Nuv Herald claims that SV C of Rock Island elected as a Republican to the iower hoase of the legislature is a nonresident of the state and constqueiitlr ineligible It seems however that he has lived about three years in state The alleged defeat of Hoppiti Hep in this city is denied by both The Xews and Inter Ocean llalfours Health Impaired Loxjuy Xov The biaJili ot Bal four chief secretary for Ire n 1 fa so im paired that the tour of inspr u of the distressed localities of i iii not be resumed at present He wil proceed at once to the west of England where he will devote himstif fo recupciratioo Knocked Off Fire Months WASHINGTON CITY NOT pres ident yesterday commuted to seven months imprisonment the sentence of j one years imprisonment imposed for countercitingon Smoo H Shook by the IlflULiU circuit crturt in June Free Labor AnaoclatJon LOSDOX Xov Free Libor asso ciation has been forizied at Souihamp ton consisting of workmen and employ lit is an outgrowth ot the recent itrike at that port aud the chief U so insure the entire freedom of labor i Over 1000 workmen nave already joined I she association And u WhUky Jug tha Weapon Mayor and His Troubles Itienia Regarding Railway Deals Be publican Loftsos Owiujf to Marked SuiullPox IDrowned in Shallow Water Indiana Notes MITCHELL Ind Nov Missi Mary Eubank daughter of M Eubanks BI tailor died Tuesday morning from thei effects of blows on the head inflicted bj1 her brother Bee Eubacks On Sunday evening the woman was sent out lay her I father and brother from lack of money to i trade a bottle for whisky Being unahla i to do so she remarked tha she was afraid to go home lest she should be killed She did go home and aoon after the sound of blows was heard she was heard to cry out Youre killlni mel Youre killinj me Tbe Girl Ilos of Her Tuesday moruiug when erne of her brothers called a physician saying that his sister had taken an overdose of mor phine and whisky the physician found her lying on the floor in convulsions tfhii never regained consciousness but lin gered until Tuesday morning when she died An examination showed a fracturii of the skull and several contusions of this brain with bruises over the body The inquest developed the fact that Bee Eu batiks had beaten his sister tp death with a whisky jug Due Bubanka 1ms been sent to the Hertford jail uut the father has not yet been arrested You Wait UNDERWEAR AMD GLOVES j t Largest Variety Lowest Prices DEWENTER HARRY G TUCKER Is turning our First Class Soils and Give him a Gall at his Pearl31 Store GOBBLED BY THE PENNSYLVANIA A Couple of Indiana RoaU to Change H nnd ft Kx JSPJASAPOUS Nov There lis excel lent authority for stating that negotia tions are practically perfected by which the Pennsylvania company will on the first of January take control of the Vim dalta line through the Terra Haute and Iadianapolin road which is the losses of the St Louis Vandalia anil Terra Hauti and it is understood that William K Mis Keen will then be ifiven an important po sition with the Pennsylvania companj The deal is said to include thn Terre Haute and division Will liuild Some More Lines Extensions contemplated it is stated officially include the building of the Iti djannpolis and to Emns ville and the building of the link needed to connect the JeiTersonville Madison and Indianapolis with the fifth divsion of the Pennsylvania Hues This will require the building of a liuk from Indianapolis to Anoka Junction sixty two miles Should Not Be Overlooked TEHRE HAUTE Ind Xov 12 In all the reports alout the proposed purchase uf Chipago and Kjistern Illinois road by the Big Four one important fact hris been overlooked In the annual report of President Sau it is stated that in Janu ary 1S90 a ten years contract was en tered into between the Chicago and Eaut ern Illinois nnd Evansrille and Terre Haute by which the two roads should be operated as one and under one manage ment So long as thwt contract stands it is not likely that the Big Four would waqt the property It in however con sidered possible that the Eransville aud Terre Haute may rue the bargain and that the contract might be annulled Will Hold Railway hlectlnn BRAZIL Ind Nov At a meeting ot the taxpayers of Brazil township Tuis day nigh t it waa unanimously agreed to hold an election on the question of subsi dizing the Indiana Midland road now approaching Brazil from Anderson A tax of 4P000 is asked for and will doubt less be granted Terre Denied It TERRE HAUTE Ind Nov The story abouit the sale of the Vandalia system Bent from Indianiipolis is not true THE MAYOR WILL GO TO COURT Brauiln Executive Me So IerempHirily Fired BRAZIL Ind Nov 12 mayor who was deposed at a secret meeting of the council Monday night refuses to be dis charged He proposes to go into the courts to test the leguliiy of the councils action He claims that he is a state offi cer and beyond the citys jurisdiction Early iu his term of office he was for mally reprimanded by Che council be CHuae of continued inebriety On the im pulse of the moment he gave lhat body a written resignation which was placed in the bands of the city attorney while the mayr went forth in his daily wajkt of life on probation Coold Stand Him No Longer He so fur overtaxed the patience and the pride f ihe council as to bring about a called meeting ot that body Friday evening when it was decided that at the regular Monday evening the lona slumbering resignation wouid be accepted and his honor decapitated The mayor objected and wrote a card to tjje public urging lhat he could not I e re moved But the council was firm and a a secret meeting depoed him Coincident with this action by the council the city marshal issued an order the law closing saloons at 11 oclock at night and on Sunday What It Coit Republicans XA POUs Nov 12 The vote of the state shows that in every county there was an average of 40 Kepublican vores that were not counted except for secre tary of state for the reason that the square before the nnme of the secretary of state was stamped instead of the party in an effort to vote a straight ticket Tbe result also shows that nearly farm ers voted the ticke outright SonallPox iu Two Cnunties COLUMBCS Ind Xov Small pox broken out in this ad Wash ington county and citizns alarmed Six have been reported aaf it is feaired that the disease will spread al though the physicians say there is no dan ger final Reports of Receivers I5DIAXAFOLIB Nov The receivers for the banking firms of Bitzinger Har rison and Fletcher Sharpeall of whom failed some five years ago have made final the first having paid 47 the second 10 ad the third 47 per cea on de The three failures aggregated about and the net lost to the people of this city la aboat onehalf that Probably Drowtid in a Fit 1SDIASAPOLIS NOT 12 George Liantry a laborer was found early Tuesday morning baring been drowned In poo not thoa aix MAKE IT A POINT To Call at HaukS placet And see the Largest St ck of DIAMONDS WATiIlBS CLOCKS SILVERWARE SPECTACLES NOVELTIES That was ever brought to Logansport To be sold very low All Goods markod without oxtra cost 41O Broadway Do lour Pacts Bag at tlieKnee Of course they do arid naturally you would like to overcome it Then XfereeGers Trousers Stretcher The only article of the kind that a tailor an recommend as doing the work thorough ly without injuring the garment T Q A IT Merchant J O Tailor Sole agent for Logansport J N ELM ANN The Tailor Jotwoon 5th and fith St deip He was Iouni face downward and s suppobpj to have fallen ia a lit lioojjlcr The cornerstone of the Y M C A tlJOUOO building iu Kvansville was laid Monday afternoon Samuel M Archer a banker widely known throughout Indiana died at his home in Monday Tbe Democracy of Boone county last night celebrated their victory Cooper C and other speakers ad dressed the crowd A Cunningham near Greenfield found a tor balloon with the name of Miss Lizzie George 111 East NVaahington street Indianapolis attached to it William D Hobinson founder of the Brotherhood of Locomotive Eagineeri died at Washington of cancer of stomach John Anstett near Fludson captured an American eagle The bird measures six feet from tip to tip ABBREVIATED TELEGRAMS EjcGovernor of Wisconsin Is dangerously ill of paralysis Governor Campbell of Ujio was bet ter Tuesday and probably out of danger Michael J Sullivan a wellknown cii zen of Chicago shot himself fatally Tues day Fifteen persons were injure in a rail road collision near Ya niout Mabu Tuesday Ten were killed and eiyht in jured in a mil way accident nar Tauntoa England Tuetdny Ths total sales on the York Stock Exchange Tuesday reached the enormous ttiresate o 679 The Planters and Xationai bank of Houston Tex capital 500000 hag bee i auihorized to begin business Mclntosb a woolgrower of Mexico has arrived at with his clip amounting to pounds Herr Tabbert a German Socialist was released roiu prison at Tuesday Three thousand of his friends helped him celebrare Jroomon Richardson a negro porter of tbe WellsFargo Express company in jail at Dallas Tex charged with robbing the company of f 14000 John T Walker Son Co of New jrk 8 Ik importers made so assign ment luesday They 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