Kokomo Saturday Tribune in Kokomo, Indiana
27 May 1891

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27 May 1891

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Kokomo Saturday Tribune (Newspaper) - May 27, 1891, Kokomo, Indiana The Kokomo daily Gazette Tribune. Volume 8, to. 228.Kokomo, Indiana wednesday evening May 27, 1891. Price two cents. Are you Washington news. Thiro party men. Long and slim of Frame to attenuated that the tailor must mount a ladder to take your measure that does t matter. We can tit you to your own satisfaction and to the admiration of your friends in our custom and tailor made suits. We have extra sizes designed for this very Puri we. They Are made the Behring sea question ing discussed. Be ex-1 considered by the Cabinet. If a conclusion a Hrh Rchrd it in not made Public hut the opinion prevail that the our tin i still pending. Other dispatch from the National capital. Washington May 27.�?the Behring sea question was considered at the cab net meeting yesterday but if a conclusion was reached it was not made Public. Secretary Foster declined to say whether or not a conclusion had been read hts. He admitted that the matter was almost the sole subject considered at the Cabinet meeting. Prior to the Pressly for people who Are a Long for meeting of the Cabinet the subject was discussed by the president and a number this world a and Are the very things you have been a a longing for these Many years. Kennedy amp Williams clothiers no. 18, Walnut St. Poi dmm Lonill. D Morgan dentist office Northeast Comer Square Over Harbater a coleus drug store. Or. W. H. Martin. Office rooms 6 and 7, citizens Bank Block. Hours 9 to i a a. In., i to i p. In., and 7 to 8, p. In. Residence 150, North main Street. Hours 7 to a a. In., i to to p. In. Jas. Of a Kin. Conrad Wolk. Notary Public. O Brien amp Wolf. Attorneys at Law. Office in Armstrong Bandon a Hunt Block rooms 3, 4 and Dec tim3dw Keal Amati. N. B. Brown the real estate agent has some Choice City and farm property at bargains. Done to fait to see him if you want to Lily or Exchange. Office Davis Block. Rooms3and j. 1181ml of foe Sale or Trad Al Filiti lots in South Kokomo inquire of Bowker amp Bowker no. 24, Home avens or Comer of state and Courtland near bit works. Dec 3 ni8cellaneoi8. Money. Loans or $100 and Over made on Short notice on real estate or personal Security. L cd Gumti do w. E. Blacklidge. W. A. Bowlin successor to d. Harris Mcmurray a headache a Knock cd Kich hereditary nervous sick and bilious headache bust head Aud All Kiu sol neuralgia. Price x5 cents per Box. 18b no. 17 n. Railroad St., Kokomo. C. A. F. Clark. K. Hust. Clark amp Hunt civil engineers a surveyors office �?~2d stairway fast of Post office. �6-dw dk1vn of government officials. Sex minister John w. Foster acting Secretary of state Adee. Secretary Tracy Secretary Foster cant. Shepard of the Revenue Marine service who is familiar with Behring sea affairs having commanded the Rush when she made so Many captures two years ago and or. Tingle supervising social agent of the Treasury department met As if by concert with the president in his Library and discussed for two hours the Behring sea question. The discussion was further continued at the Cabinet meeting which lasted two hours and a half. A Cabinet officer informed the representative of the North american commercial company which has the contract for killing seals at the Seal islands that the Cabinet reached no conclusion in the matter. So far As could by Learned no orders were sent to the Rush at san Francisco to sail to the Seal islands and this would appear to confirm the report that the Cabinet reached no decision. The greatest reticence is observed in official circles about the matter. The idea is advanced that the Canadian government is urging the English government to delay matters in order that Canadian jux archers now in the Behring sea of which there Are nearly sixty can have time to catch seals As they proceed from the North to the Seal islands. This is the time that they emigrate in great numbers. Secretary Foster will not go to new York to Morrow timing detained Here by matters concerning the Behring sea question which strengthens the conclusion that the matter is still pending. Good work of the supreme court. Washington May 27.�?the United states supreme court during the term just ended Lieut the previous highest record of cases Over Dix of at one term of the court settling Iii cases against 470, heretofore the greatest number passed upon at a single term. A number of important cases Are set for argument a lore a full Bench immediately after the court reassembles in octo a a. Sayward Behring sea Case the counter Man Case involving the right of the interstate Commerce commission to compel witnesses to testify the Baltimore and Ohio theatrical rate controversy and the test suit about the Validity of the Mckinley Tariff and customs administration la it i tribute to the dead judge. Washington May 27.�?maj. Gen. Schofield ills communicated to the army the orders of the Secretary of War announcing the death of Hon. Alphonso Taft. The order pays a High tribute to the deceased sex Cabinet officer and directs that As a Mark of respect to his memory the War department in drafted in mourning for thirty Days. It i i hurs Day next. The Day of the funeral seventeen guns will lie fired at intervals of half an hour at each military Post. ii of Bear Admiral Garter. Washington May 27.�?rear Admiral Carter retired died at his Home Iii this City yesterday. Admiral Carter was placed on the retired list in Angust 1881, and promoted to his present rank by an act of Congress in May 1882. Admiral Carter was in of in Tennessee and served As a brigadier general in the army during the War Viking detailed to this duty from the Navy. He served forty one years in the Navy and was retired on account of age. Cleveland picture Iii the White House. Washington May 27.�?a life size Oil painting of sex president Cleveland by e. Johnson a new York artist. Was w. A. Bowlin druggist has on exhibition a splendid line of hammocks base Ball supplies. Fancy stationery perfumes toilet artices Etc. Prescriptions carefully compounded. No. 26, r. R. St. Consider hanging in its present Jiosi Tion for several months it will i placed among the portraits of former presidents in the private part of the Lute House. To attend congressman Honky funeral. Washington. May 27.�?the following Mem Liers of the House of representatives have been App anted a committee to attend the funeral of the late representative Leonidas c. Honk of the second District of Tennessee Taylor. Enloe and Mcmillin of Tennessee Crisp of Georgia Wilson of Kentucky Aud Dalzell. Of Pennsylvania. After Many years. 1865�?� 1891 the Best the cheapest in a Purchase for a lifetime. The Ladd 14-Kfc. Stiffened Gold Case. The Only one with Patent in i movements born of experience necessary or Wear. The Best cask for Yolk is a tech. Buy the Ladd. A Tine assortment for Sale by Ross Haslitine jeweler Kokomo. Ind. Mar28m3 . I t rear i Brin in by Job i Goodin,,vv., work a it a header. You Luff not Tim ii to i ii ii twit a a it a a Eft a re a quickly Bow or. Ii for it fit Fie a Dar at the Start and n Ltd a. Ton of on. Both Kin. Allaer in no to it of late Era. Yon can commence at borne. A Ine All or Apar moment Only to the work All la new great pm Sirk or a Terr worker we Start too furl Hinc a be rhythm. Easily. Sulu Jelv Learned. Jya Kik Claus Erke. Addrena at once it Kimii a in. Horta and. Maib it. Telegraphy ssi placed in railway service. Best school of Tel quickly and by. Graduates Tien a beg aptly on Earth. He toting wanted now. Send for circular. Valentines school mar 80 in 2 do j a Neaville w it. A Buttle found containing the confession of a murder committed in 1803. Wabash id. May 27.�?the daughter of Samuel Climart of Laketon made a sensational discovery on the Shore of the eel River. She found a i h a tie partly buried in the mud containing an old envelope yellow with age in which was written this startling confession Viola Noble county iud., i j uly 23, 1863. F to whom la May concern this is to certify that i will Morris murdered Joe Snook for the purpose of Roblier and because of his ill treatment of me on the 18th of july 163. You May find his body in Turkey Lake about four Miles East of Syracuse Kosciusko county id. His body lies about fifteen feet from Shore and Al out 175 feet Southeast of a very big Al it out too feet North of the Shore of the Lake. I got faint $45, and i will go to Mexico never to return. W. C. Mourns. I kidnapping Case distilled. Springfield of. May 27.�?the celebrated Niles kidnapping Case came to an end by Squire Stout dismissing or. Niles and the cutlers of St. Paris for kidnapping the children. They appeared in court Blit no one was present to prosecute them. Mrs. Niles still has the children and is making a living by teaching music and French. They have captured the convention the Ohi Armer Union. Columbus. Of. May 27.�?present indications Art that the third party men have captured the convention of the Ohio Farmers Union which meets Here to Day. President Likins of the state Alliance Ope president Ellis of the state Grange and other prominent leaders Are strongly in favor of an Independent move. While the nominations for state offices May not be made at this meeting it is altogether probable that a convention will lie arranged for that purpose and that third a warty tickets in the counties and senatorial districts will be endorsed. The j armers Union is a fairly representative organization and is com Nisi a of delegates from the of Ion and secret Alliance the Grange the patrons of husbandry the Mutual Benefit association and All other Fanner s societies having state or county organization. The present meeting is the outgrowth of a state convention last fall at which time it was decided to hold another session before the fall election. The third party movement will meet with some opposition but conversation with delegates developed a Strong sentiment in its favor and does not leave much room to doubt that it will carry. A prominent member of the of in Alliance. Who is Here As a Delegate to the i Ilion says that the platform to be adopted Here will not lie an endorsement of that adopted at the recent Cincinnati convention. It will by More nearly an endorsement of the state Alliance platform adopted at Galion. He gives the substance of the platform which he has drawn up and expects to have adopted. It demands unlimited Quantity of Silver Loans of unlimited amounts to Farmers at 2 or cent interest and secured by mortgages on land a1 dishing the National banking system government control of railroads and telegraphs further reduction of fees and salaries of county officials prohibiting alien ownership of land equal taxation on All private property election of president vice president and United states senator by direct vote of the people reduction of Railroad passenger fares to two cents a mile the forfeiture of All unearned land Grants a graded income tax for corporations and individuals a measure to prevent speculation in farm products the passage of a Law nullifying the effect of the original package decision. It is understood that the platform will contain no Radical reference to the Tariff question. Still at sea. No new from tilt Charleston insurgent Hay surrender the data. Washington May 27. Tin fact that no word has been lately received at the Navy department from the Charleston is taken As an indication that she has gone on Down the peruvian coast toward Callao. Respecting the reiterated statements coming from Paris to the effect that the insurgents have arranged to surrender the rata to the United states naval authorities when she reaches Drill official. Of til naval d Coart however that there have la Een no negotiations Between this government and the chilian insurgents upon the subject. Inasmuch As the insurgents have not been recognized by the government of the United states As belligerents they have absolutely no status that would admit of negotiating with them by the United states government. Still it is plainly evident that some kind of understanding has let Een or is expected to let a reached which will result in the easy Transfer of the rata to either Admiral Mccann or Admiral Brown should she reach Chili. This of course would not take the shape of a formal agreement but tile intimation May already have been conveyed to our naval officers at Iquique by the insurgents that such a com will by pursued and doubtless this Lias formed the basis of the Many cablegram that have passed Between Washington and Iquique during the last two weeks. Elevated Railroad Accident. A Muter jump Hie track to the Siree below. New York. May 27.�?at 8 45 o clock last night an Accident occurred on the ninth Avenue elevated Railroad at the big curve on one Hundred and tenth Street and ninth Avenue which was significant chiefly from the View of what might have been and what has been predicted will occur at this dangerous and lofty curve sooner or later. At this a it int last night the motor drawing a Well tilled train broke Down. Checked fell to the striking and slightly injuring two Young men named Albert Patterson and Andrew White. Great excitement prevailed among the numerous passengers on Board the train but fortunately the cars kept the track and a terrible catastrophe was averted. Coif a a Al la robbery. Des Moines Iowa May 27.�?the american express robber Quot at Carroll saturday night has taken a sensational turn. Clerk Matthews who was found tied and gagged has confessed to complicity in the rime. He says the robbery was planned by himself Craig Niswonger and Anson scharnweber two Young men of Carroll. He went with superintendent earner of Omaha to an old vacant House West of town and hauled out from concealment $3,400, which lacked Only $0.89 of the amount stolen. Niswonger and Scharn Weber were immediately placed under arrest and will lie examined. They deny any knowledge of the crime. State Neis items. Dispatches from various Indiana towns. Some startling testimony. Sensational evidence in the rein Hull Ltd be now timing tried til Indianapolis. Bobbing a Llou a to get even with the editor of a a Aper other state new. Indianapolis May 27.�?the trial of attorney Reinhold charged with conspiracy to commit burglary was continued yesterday. George Atkins a convict testified that he and Horton the Leader of the gang had frequently visit Reinhold s office and during one of the visits the plan to Rob h. A. Brown s residence was funded. Brown is editor of the news and commented severely upon Reinhold s conduct when the latter committed suicide some months ago. The witness said that Reinhold told him that mrs. Brown had a great Deal of jewelry and that Brown carried a Fine Gold watch. After robbing the House the men were to Cut the pictures and the car lets Reinhold declaring that All he cared for was to get even with Brown. Horton corroborated Atkins Story in every particular. Both witnesses bore their Cross examinations Well. Asking for his own property. Crawfordsville. Intl.,May 27.�?basil Tracy of Waynetown is 88 years old and All alone Iii the world but his wealth consisting of nearly 2.ikm acres of the Best Montgomery county land prevented him Leing friendless. I Gracd daughter mrs. Lizzie Mills made a Home for him with her. While there he was induced to Transfer his entire property to herself and husband taking for it notes with a mortgage. Later the notes and mortgage disappeared and or. And mrs. Mills were in Possession of the entire property . Yesterday the other rein ices of Basil Tracy appeared in court an \ asked that a guardian let a appointed and that the property 1� transferred Back and put in his charge. Removing dead Hod in. Indianapolis May 27. The remains of b. F. Burnside a brother of Gen. A. E. Burnside and two sons will tie brought from Vincennes and buried in Crown Hill cemetery to Dav la Side thus of mrs. B. F. Burnside whose death occurred March 24. 1891. Or. Burnside. Who was a Well known contractor died in this City nov. 23, 1877. He was on of the bidders of the Cairo and Vincennes Railroad and was at one time its superintendent. Previous to that time i brother ten. Burnside had constructed the Martinsville Road. Four daughters and a soil survive or. Anti mrs b. F. Burnside. Miss Kate Burnside of this City has been Given the Jenver of attorney to Settle the estate of some $15,000. Indianapolis id. Hora in of Owensboro. By. Recently away from Home and married a Jones of Rockport. The father of girl says that she represented herself in this state to be of Marriageable age. Whereas she is but 16 years of age. And he wants her returned to Kentucky to lie tried for perjury. The governor of Kentucky issued a requisition for her. Blit governor Hove yesterday refused to Honor it. And mrs. Jon a will remain in Indiana and not is surrendered to to gratify the malice of her father. Call called. He i elected i listed state senator from the state of Florida. Tallahassee flu., May 27.�?yesterday morning s session of the legislature was a rather Dull one in the House. Only a few of the anti Callines were in the House when the session was called to order. Everything moved along quietly until the hour arrived for convening the Senate. No quorum was present. The following mimed senators tailing to answer the Roll Call. Baya. Bollen Bristol. Brett. Drake. Farmer Hammond. Hardee. Johnson King. Kirk. Mckinney Myers. Rogers. Smith of the thirty first District. Wall and Wilkinson. They had been seen leaving the City just before the hour for meeting. Inquiry at livery stables where they had secured teams developed that they had boasted that they were leaving the City in order to break a quorum in the Senate and thereby defeat the election of Wilkinson Call in joint session for United states senator. The president of the Senate at once issued orders to the sergeant at arms to organize a Jimosse immediately and Institute a thorough search for the fleeing senators and when found to arrest them and tiring them forthwith to the Senate chamber. A do he said a in a quiet Way. If they offer no resistance but if it eds lie should you lie forcibly resisted use Force to accomplish this precisely the same As would any other authorized officer of the Law. At noon the senators appeared in the Hall of representatives and president Brown railed the joint session to order. The anti Call men in the House refused to answer to their names at the Roll Call but fifty four members duly elected to the legislature responded. The vote was then taken and Call had 51 votes. President Brown declared him elected to the United states Senate. Highest of All in Leavening to. S. Govt report aug. 17, 1889. Bakina absolutely pure the presbyterians. Train robbers Defeated. Train doings of the Day at the Detroit conference. The unemployed ministers. That question in the important one of tile Day discussion report of the Home Mission Sabbath Observance other transaction of the Assembly. Detroit. May 27.�?after the Assembly had been formally opened the first business taken up was the assignment of certain overtures to committees for consideration. The principal overture was one in regard to the roman Catholic schools among the indians and whether the United stats government should continue the Indian schools. The question of unemployed ministers and vacant place being the business of the Day. Rev. C. L. Hamilton of Roch mine Accident. Three live lout the result of foul air Iii a Aline. Breckenridge col., May 27.�?a terrible Accident occurred about 9 o clock yesterday morning at the Little Corporal Church who were unemployed and mine near this place by which three i the churches requiring supplies. The men w Illiam Barklie John Dierks and j the salary of the b. Benson it St ii air lives. Their deaths i a Quot Eilt it Imp on this Kph Quot or. Hamilton resulted from foul air. It appears that a placing it at $2 500. In this he Drift had Bein driven from the main i was Sun it u1 by elder Graham of be Shaft and a raise was made from the Drift to intersect an old incline Aln Ive. This incline has been known to have bad air for some time. It is supposed that when the break was made through that the men were at once overcome with the Rush of foul air and killed. Dierks and Linier Miller 1 were found by Benson in the top of the j raise both insensible and he carried Miller and returned for Dierkes Only to the forfeit of Bis own life for his singular bravery. Bark lies in i v was reached about 2. A clock. Barklie and 1 Coln Mit Bates have both been recently married. Miller recovered shortly after being taken out. Nef feet ital attempt loll til up at Enfield Maine. Bangor. Me. May 27.�?a gang of four or five desperadoes attempted to hold up a train at Enfield monday evening. The train was bound for St. John and when it had passed Enfield station several shots were fired at the Engineer. Just As the train was drawing out of Enfield a Man was discovered by the fireman crawling Over the tender. He shouted to the Engineer to Stop the train but the latter paid no attention to his request. Subsequently the Bell was rung and after the ringing was rebated the train was brought to a Stop. Immediately a party of four men began firing on the train. The Leader Wras armed with a Shotgun and the others were armed with revolvers. The belief is that the men w anted to Rifle the mail car. The Engineer however started the train and succeeded in getting beyond the reach of the desperadoes bullets before any body was Hurt. The station agent at Enfield fled for his life. He was in the act of hanging out the signal lamp when the gang fired upon him. O in of the bullets struck the lantern Aud shattered it. The affair has caused the greatest excitement in this Section. The Ester to Xii the platform. The discussion drifted into the question of employment of a n agent to keep Tab on the ministers officers Are making every Effort to effect their capture. Prominent minister Dies. New York May 27. A or. Henry j. Vandyke the prominent presbyterian divine died monday night of agma Rectoris at his Home in Brooklyn aged 66 years. His Sermon on a the character and influence of preached just la fore the breaking out of the War created a sensation and had a marked influence in strengthening the Union sentiment. Brits a. Who thought a Good Able Young Man could lie got for the place at Al amt $ i ski a year. The salary finally was fixed at $1,500 Kiel the matter referred. The report of the Home Mission Board showed $92,900 debt and recommended the expenditure of $1,000, 100 this coming year. At the afternoon session col. Elliott f. Shephard of new York Vanderbilt a son in Law. Owner and editor of the mail and express made the re Piort of the be Oil Sabbath Observance. The committee recommended the closing of the world s fair Gates on sundays and the setting aside of the first week in april. 1892. As a week of prayer for sunday Observance. Adopted. Excited italians. Ran or Corbett Jae son derision confirmed. San Francisco May 27.�?the directors of the California athletic club held �uyav5 14j. La it flight at which the award an unusual event fused to Amend the Resolution which was \\7hje Crowley Agua the out Kirt ref ill death of John m. Hale. Ellsworth. Me. May 27.�?the Hon. John m. Halt died last night aged 94 years. He was collector of customs during the administration of the elder Harrison and Tyler and had held other positions of Public Trust. For Many years he held a Large mail route contract. Or v v .7. A a a Quot.1 a 1 i a it one Vith Ira to j a til adopted after the fight and b w no h the driving a cow to his Home on the out a a a i men were each Given .ll-1 ski Reg of the City near the Platte River. The cow jumped into the Garden of an italian named Peppino Tal Giro. The boy followed the cow in endeavouring to drive her out. Tal Giro and another italian came out of the House and caught rectors also off red to put up a purse for another Light Bette n Corbett and Jackson. Jackson was willing to fight again and offered to cancel his arrangement for a match with Goddard in Australia. If necessary. Corbett refuse the offer and said he did nut want to fight again under the auspices of the California athletic club. Colorado mining Accident. Leadville col., May 27.�?sunday morning an Accident occurred in the Ivanhoe Tunnel by which two men were killed and several injured. The men killed were Morris Dona Van and Adolph Hauffman. The men were working at a Drill in the Tunnel. Donavan was drilling for a shot and had nearly completed his work when the Drill struck an old charge which had failed to explode. Tiler was a terrific explosion and Donavan and Hauffman were blown to frag i ments and the flying debris seriously injured several of the other men standing near. Latest from Hawaii. San Francisco May 27.�?the steamship Zeal and a arrived Here yesterday from Honolulu and reports that Queen Liliuokalani had been received enthusiastically everywhere by liar subjects during her tour of the islands. The appointment of Walter Hill an sex journal meeting of Mason. Inti in Apo Lis May 27.�?the Seventieth annual meeting of the grand Lodge of fret. And accepted masons is in session Here. The grand treasurer reported receipts for the year aggregating $32,658, an a balance in the Treasury of $14,35. Officers were elect to its follows grand master l. R. Ruck. Of Indianapolis Deputy s. W. Douglass of Evansville senior Warden. Daniel Noyes of Laporte Junior Warden l. E. Gavin of Greensburg treasurer n. H. Rice of Indianapolis Secretary w. H. Smythe of Indianapolis. Miner trouble settled. Clinton ind., May 27.�?on the first Day of May All the miners of this place were ordered by the federation to quit the mines pending the readjustment of wages and the settlement of the eight hour question. Yesterday the differences were amicably settled by the same schedule of prices seventy cents per ton i Sung accepted without any provision As to hours. Work will be resumed at once. Trouble feared from striker. Crawfordsville intl., May 27.�? judge Snyder has granted an injunction restraining the Midland strikers at Ladoga and Waveland from interfering with the property. The sheriff and manager Crawford will serve a notice upon the strikers. Trouble is exited. The strikers swear they won t release the cars anti engines unless paid for their honest Lalsur. Levied Oil by the sheriff. Tipton ind., May 27.�?the Well known dry goods and grocery House of which e. C. Elliott is proprietor has been levied upon by the sheriff. The liabilities will reach about $25,000. Mostly secured by mortgages on real estate. It is thought that or. Elliott will be Able to meet his indebtedness and open out his business again in a few Days. Striker victorious. Terre haute May 27.�?the bituminous Coal operators in this District withdrawing from the organization. Pittsburg. May 27.�?twenty-one delegates from the Pittsburg District of the United mine workers of America met Bere yesterday and decided to withdraw from the National organization. The convention represented Al amt 1,200 miners there timing Al it omit 10,000 in the District. Tem a it Rary officers were elected. Another convention was called to be held two weeks hence. The cause for the withdrawal lies in the stand taken by the National officers in refusing to precipitate a general eight hour Battle slav i last. Is. As postmaster general said to be contemplated. Of Hawaii is have informed their 1,500 miners that they would Grant last year s prices for mining i because some of the operators South of Here had done so. The men Are out because the operators asked a reduction for >111 70 to 67 1-2 cents a ton and from $2 to to $1 95 for Day work. Guilty of wife murder. New York May 27.�? Henry Donnelly was yesterday found guilty of murder in the second degree in the court of sessions for the killing of his wife Bridget last december. Suffocated by a. Scranton pa., May 27.�?george Law Bon an official of the Jennon mine at Prie Eburg. Was found dead in the Shaft this morning. He had been suffocated by Gas. Rumor of War. Cape town. May 27.�?an unconfirmed Rumor is afloat that Lier majesty a ship m Agio i Enne has occupied Bein in portuguese Africa. Danger of in 011 Well. Centralia wash., May 27.�?while grading a Street yesterday a labourer uncovered an old Well to ascertain its depth. He was overcome with foul air and fell into the Well. Three other labourers who went to his assistance were also precipitated into the Well in the same manner. After the air became Pule the men were brought to tilt surface. Only one. Named Ford could be resuscitated. The names of the dead Are bums Perry and Dobson. Probably a foul crime. Louisville. May 27.�?the remains of William Hunt and Long Rice were found on a Railroad trestle near Louisa monday and it was supposed that they were killed by an Accident but upon investigation they were found to have been murdered. They had several fights saturday night and two men who were with them Dan. Dean and Dave Wellman have been arrested for the murder. Heavy judgment obtained. Fremont o., May 27.�?in the common pleas court. Gen. Russel a. Alger obtained a judgment against the Mclean Railroad Spike company for $38,-808.91. The Money was advanced by Alger to hold up the concern which will is sold at sheriff s Sale i tie judg ment is one of the largest Ever rendered in Sandusky county. Secretary Irlaine improving. New York. May 27.�?Secretary Blaine went out for another drive yesterday afternoon. He is now convalescent. He will leave for bar Harbor Early next week. Count Arco Valley the German minister at Washington called upon the Secretary yesterday and had a pleasant talk with him. I ing Lan seen. Wilk Esb a ure. Pa., May 27.�?gideon w. Marsh the missing president of the Keystone Bank in Philadelphia is reported to have been seen yesterday at a summer hotel at upper Lehigh. Or. Marsh is Well known in this Section. Fatal prize fight. Lynn. Mass. May 27.�?bums the prize fighter who was knocked out on monday by Hatch Iii an eight round fight died yesterday. Ltd inem House ii rued. Martinez. Cal., May 27.�?a number of business houses in Crocket a1, were the boy anti started toward the House one of the italians drawing a knife As they went. Some of the Young companion of the Bov came to his Rescue when tile italian Tal Giro Drew a revolver and fired into the crowd mortally wounding Cooney glance aged 20. A crowd of men then started after the italian with the intention of Lynching him when he ran to the River jumped in and started to swim across. When in the Middle of the Stream he caught onto a Snag and held there for fifteen minutes when suddenly he was seen to throw Quot up his arms and sinking was seen no More. There is great excitement among the italians in that part of the City but As the place is Well policed no trouble is Fearell attempted to escape from Pri on. Boston. May 27.�?it was discovered yesterday that Jesse Pomeroy had drilled and sawed off the lock from the door of his cell in the where the we Orst prisoners Are confined at the state prison. He hat sawed his Iron bed in two and taken off an Iron leg we Ith which he had pushed Back the Bolt. The Drill and saw we Ere found in his cell and How he got them is a mystery. At noon one of the convicts was missing from his cell where a Well made up Dummy was found. It failed to deceive the officer a search was made for the Man. Who was found St it wed away in one of the lofts and proved to be Daniel Mullin who is serving five years for robbery Pomeroy and Mullin we Ere at once placed in solitary confinement. Venezuela and reciprocity. Panama May 27.�?the Congress of Venezuela met on May 3. Iii his message the i resident referred to the negotiations Between Venezuela and the lion states for a reciprocity treaty sex pre Ottice robbed. Carroll Iowa May 27.�?tw�?To men entered the american express office Here sunday night Irand and gagged an employee named Matthews robbed the Money Box of $3,000, and then escaped. Captain o Shea s divorce absolute. London. May 27.�?the decree Nisi granted to a but. O Shea in his suit for divorce from mrs. Kate o Shea six months ago was made absolute tuesday. Death from the Cloud. Louisa ky., May 27. A during a thunderstorm monday afternoon. John Mills aged 55. Was struck by a Bolt of lightning and instantly killed. Did Mexico recognize the insurgent ? City of Mexico May 27.�?a letter from Acapulco is printed in the diary Del Hogar which says that the insurgent Cruiser. Esmeralda on entering that port. Saluted the mexican Flag and that the mexican officials in return saluted the Flag of the Cruiser thus making it an open question whether this was not a recognition of the chilian insurgents. Base Ball. Result of yesterday league Ami Ameri can association game. National league. At Pittsburgh Pittsburg to. Boston batteries Baldwin Berger and Mack Brynan Metz Iii Aud Gauze. At Cincinnati Cincinnati i Philadel phia 5. Batteries shines and barring ton Thornton and Brown. At Chicago Chicago 4, new York batteries Hutchinson and Kittridge Rusie and Buckley. At Cleveland Cleveland la. Brooklyn batteries Voung Aud Zimmer Hemming and daily. American association. At Cincinnati Cincinnati 21. Boston 16. Batteries Dwyer and Hurley of Brien Daly Aud Farrell. At Columbus Columbus 4, Baltimore 0. Batteries Knell and Dowse cunning Ham and Townsend. At i Louisville i Annsville 3, athletic to. Batteries a Weyhing Aud Cross daily he ret and Cook. At St. I amiss St. Louis 3, Washington 2. Batteries a Mcgill sri vet is Aud Boyle Carsey and sensation in coloured Circle. Nicholasville ky., May 27.�?a sensation of a very ugly nature is about to be brought to Light Here in coloured j circles. Rev. Johnson pastor of the methodist Church had two children die j saturday very suddenly and the doctors j have pronounced it strychnine poisoning. The family have accused a neighbor of j a Quot a a doing the dastardly deed. Johnson is burned last night. Loss $50,000 Musur highly respected by both Whites and Anc $20,006. A Black. The weather. Fair weather slightly cooler except warmer by wednesday night in Northern Ohio North winds. The markets. Review of the Grain and cattle markets foray 36. Cincinnati. Wheat of i 00<g l of. Corn�?54t<i�3c. Wool unwashed Fine Merino 17<aj9c blood clothing 20 524c, braid 17 <tl8c medium clothing 24ut25c fleece washed flue Merino x and xxx 2sw29c medium clothing 30�i31c. Cattle Good to Choice butchers $4 75 @5 40 fair to medium $3 25 rat 50 common. $2 50@ 3 25. Hogs a selected butchers and heavy shipping 4 65�t4 75 fair to Good mixed. $4 25� 4 65 common to rough $3 50�/ 4 25 fair to Good Light $4 25 <z4 5 pigs $3 54 @4 of. Sheep a $3 50<g5 of yearlings $4 75 g 5 25 Spring lambs�?$5 00@7 50. Pittsburg. Cattle prime $5 70 26 of Good $5 15 a5 20 fair $4 40�5 20 cows. $3 00 a3 75. Hogs extra Philadelphia $4 85k14 95 Best yorkers and Gix i mixed $4 65 a4 to common to fair 5 orders $4 00yz4 60. Fig. $3 50� 4 25 sheep . $5 40�5 50 Good $5 Ion 5 30 fair. 4 oo�4 90 common $1 50�2 50 yearlings Svi 50<gh of. Spring lambs�?5�7c. New York. Wheat no. 2 red Winter $1 12>4 july. 1 of corny mixed 67c. Oats no. 2 mixed 5l>��52c. Cattle�?$3 00�6 45. Sheep�?$4 5o�5 75. Lambs $6 to Gib 50.__ Chicago. Hogs a common $3 75 24 25 mixed $4 30 24 55 heavy 4 40 0,4 60 Light $4 20 24 55. Cattle a extra Beeves $5 85 0,6 20 steers $4 25 o5 75 mixed $1 35 24 50. Sheep�?#4 25�5 25 lambs�?$5 7.�?~ho7 of. Toledo. W h eat Cash l $ i 084 corny Cash 55 a. Oats�?48c. Cloverseed�?$4 20. July la 00%. Cleveland ii. Petrole i mrs. W. 110 Deg., 6%c 74 Deg. Gasoline. 8%e a Deg. Gasoline 12c 60 Deg. Naptha 64c

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