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Logansport Weekly Journal (Newspaper) - April 7, 1883, Logansport, Indiana V s a Amu u4i jul 93 weekly journal. Vol. 35. Logansport Indiana saturday april 7, 1883.�?10 pages. No. 14, death of mrs. Jacob Alber. Mrs. Sophist Alber wife of Jacob Al. Jer esq., it i de at 4 15 wednesday of Jeroon at the family residence on Roadway near tenth Street. The a use of death was typhoid pneumonia from which Ehe had been a sufferer for about to a Days. The deceased was bom at Bremer Germany May loth 1813. Her Maiden name was Sophia Derkson. She came to America in 1842, and settled i Logansport in 1849. Her marriage to Jacob Al amp or took place october 25 a 1851, since which time Tyty have resided at the same House where her death occurred. Two children were Ami to them Only one Lor whom still lives or. John Alber. The deceased was a woman of Many exemplary qualities who had a Large list of warm Friend. Her disposition was retiring and her Many acts of clarity were done with becoming modesty. _ in it itly a to equal privileges. The question has been asked the superintendent of Public instruction Quot has a town school Board the right to give the White children of the towns a the Benefit of an eight months school and the Colore Ltd children Only seven months can the school Board arid coloured citizens make an agreement of a this kind Quot after quoting Section 4,-496 of he revised statutes superin tend Holcombe replies Quot i think that rare Law clearly makes it the duty of trustees to furnish coloured children As far As May be possible school privileges for an equal length of time with the Whites i do not see How the con in ent of the Colore i people themselves to any other arrangement an relieve he trustees of this duty to the coloured children. It is the duty of the state t it give them equal educate Onai advantages with White children whet Iier Ley ask them or n Cass county medical Sot icy. The society met in the Council Cham Oer thursday March 29 i. Drs. Fansler and Sterritt were appointed delegates to toe state society Nohich meets the 8th of May. By. Bell was also selected As a Dele Fate to represent the society in the. American medical association to be be a i in Cleveland Ohio the first tues Lay in june. Owing to engagements of some o ithe members the Reading of papers iwas dispensed with and the society adjourned to meet at the office of or. Sterritt wednesday evening april 4th. At which time the society Leas i trembled a majority of the members being present. After the transaction of some routine i business. Or. Powell read a paper on puerperal insanity Quot with the report Lof a chose. The paper provoked a a length by discussion and at a late hour Juht society adjourned to meet thurs Day april 26, 1883. Drs Lausier Busjahn and Herman were coot uned on a duty j. Z. Powell see y. Sui rip i one a Lump the Ohio main whose reputation f or horse stealing would t e suf client to make hoj take rank with the Mont notorious is no More an in mate of the Cass county jail. He was tuesday transferred from this Cuaty 0 Tiffin Olio Sandusky county Hiie he was confined in the jail at this place a postal card that had been received at the sheriff s office asking about two horses stolen attracted the attention of Herbert Snyder and he at once suspicion de that stump july know about the stealing of the imams. He obtained a description of be hordes and with what information he got Irum stump a rated the stolen horses on the farm of Charles Traudl in Nuble township the team owned by him having been i Pic liar de of stump. The gentleman at Ohio was notified of the ibid Diimig of the animals and arrived in a is City tue Silav morning with the a Heniff of Sudusky county. On going to or. Brandts farm the horses Ere recovered they being the animals wanted. Coming Back to the i Ltd papers were made out for the Transfer Lof stump to Tilba Ohio at which id lace he will be tried for the offence omitted. To will undoubtedly be it up from that county for a term of ears for horse stealing Ana to Cass unto is for the reseat relieved of 9 Burden. D v d a Pence the Gen Lonan from whom the horses were stole 1 is a Farmer living near Tisha Hio Ftp i team was quite a Valu the Cas county Farmers to Ted ref stump during his residence in this county and who la it ought horses 1 Bim have reason of it mourn on act unt of the Htay of this Clever Rascal n their Neighb orhoo. Every person it Iii a Hundred Miles of Here who As at any time lost any horses Are looking Titis Way for their stolen pro try. The heavens in april. Neptune in Lea or m the order of rising and setting of the four great plan Eta that Are now included in the list of evening s ars. He has nearly reached his greatest distance from the Earth Ana is so far away and a near the Sun that the largest Telescope in the world would fail to bring him to View. The increasing distance Between Neptune and Saturn is worthy of note for As the former is thirteen years in passing through a Constellation of the Zodiac and Saturn is Only two years and a half the distance Between them must increase. Saturn is now nearly a Outh o the pleiades and presents no Fea Tures of special interest to the Ordinary Ober Vei. Even Thethel escapist Wil Saoi have to take a season of re to for the ringed Jiwanet will soon be hidden from View i y his close approach to the Tun. Developed in Birmingham England also in Moscow and Slayback. The 6l Louis lawyer comes Back at governor Butler. Half a ton of Altio Filer erne Neicer in Concre a a of �oo<l8l�omt�l. Bic Miniham. April 5.�?the City to. Lif e made a raid upon a inspect a Al Joea Lity in led Sanj to Treer lad Wood Aud discovered a Nitro a Scerine factory in full operation. Titty i covered an apparatus for pre Puri big and mixing explosive Pompon Ndu con Tenio de on scientific principles and with Al the cunning Craft to Vicli clearly showed its inventor to be not Only a thorough scholar in chemistry and machinery but a a to an adept for avoiding notoriety and prevent ing discovery. Among the note tiie ols caration will How worthy features of the place was a shrewdly Ever be comparatively Short for those 1 devised method for carrying the fumes up the who be him near opposition next a Flemney and consuming the of tors. It is i a a a a Learned that the premises in Ledsam Street turn will behold him m a More mag earned Dif cent aspect than the one he Basi Whitehead an Insh american who had a sign out in front of Liis place indicating his Busi presented during the past autumn and j Winter. The april Moon Falls on the j at 6 43 o clock in the morning. The old Moon is near Venus on the j 4th, mar i on the o hand Mercury on i the 5th. The new Moon on the 7th i is near Neptune and Saturn on the 9tb. The conjunction of the two Days old Crescent with Saturn will be the most interesting phenomenon of the month the Moon passing forty one minutes North of the planet. On the 13ih the Moon is in conjunction with Jupiter and on the 18th completes her planetary circuit by drawing near tit uranus. A partial eclipse of the Moon visible Only on the Pacific coast the Eastern coast of Asia and a the 03ean, will take place on the 22 j. Mining Stock. Judging irom the following article a the Indianapolis review crawl girds Vilie must be experiencing that Gold mine delusion which Many l Jan sport people basked in about a year ago. It was very Nice while it lasted and every person who carried a certificate of Stock owned imagined him Elf a millionaire. They Are still holding their Stock in the mines but their dreams of untold wealth Are fast fading away. The following is the Artcle referred to Quot the modern Athens Crawfordsville has been Labouring under a great Strain for the p St few weeks financial pressure. Everybody expects to get Rijh sooner or later Aad the athenian in no exception Ltd the Rule. Janjit now mining a ticks Are the Craz. The first question asked when a sturdy min a on paper meets you is Quot How much Stock do you own a Man who can not show up a few thousand of i fishy lithograph paid up and no it a as8es Bie is n it worthy of notice. Two companies the bunk r Hill au-1 bridal veil Are organized owned Aud operated by native athenians they Are based on prospects in the Gunnison country and Are claimed to be Rich with the precious Yurtal but the idea of the athenian is not to mint nut to specs later not to dig in the Granite Mountain but to sell stocks and in order to be recognized As a respect ille citizen one is compelled to own stocks there is now already Stock enough said in Athens to Amke Al its Eit zeus Rich Wii in Bey strike the lode and realize the pressure is becoming fearful to contemplate. Achec Kosome kind no us be Pisl upon the rapidly increasing wealth of this Eity or All the wealth of Colorado s Hills Avill be trans frred to our prosperous speculators. The Only remedy one can now conceive is to Call an extra session of the Indiana legislature and if to them sit in Athens for a week. If any of this bloated wealth was left Affer its and Joii Ament the Supply would not the sul Lucient to cause any immediate damaging Island. Boa Rae be Pamlea elected by �.218 Hio orly of m i or go vote Uejio ersts Calb la the Providence A april 5.�?after on of the Mout exciting elections Ever held in this state augustas o. Bonne the Hep Bli can Maui dilate is elected by 2,213 majority. The tote is one of Tho largest Ever lad in the state although the registration was Small the total vote in the five counties of the state was As follows Bourne ,118 Sprague Outler do in the state Senate there areas new members and in the House 27. From the returns and Iii fornication at hand there Are 8 democrats elected to the Senate and 14 to the House with a Republican majority on joint ballot of m. The have thus gained h senators and i representatives. Be Jakaila w. Raymond. Chicago april 5.�?benjamin w. Jaymond mayor of Chicago in i Iii builder of the Fox River Railroad one of the founders of the City of Lake Forest and first president of the Elgin watch company died Here this morning aged b2. Ness As that of a paper Hanger. Whitehead himself was taken into Cus Toily when the police made tie Clessent on the Deh and is now in close confinement a considerable Quantity of Nitro Glycerine was seized by the officers at the time. Information now in the hands of the detectives tends to demonstrate Liat this place is the Central manufactory of explosives and the most important Deriot of All the infernal contrivances in tiie kingdom. Whitehead who in described As a Man of about years of age of dark complexion and with marked american accent has been in Tolje habit of purchasing supplies of Nitro Glycerine and acids which Are Nec Ebsary to Rtin the in tuese. I. s examination this after noon developed nothing new. Zelike Lye posed 1 dynamite put to trips Hakkei Ted in lok Liun. Of it Xii n. April 5. A a Pumi weekly called tie City press in its edition in Luishel yesterday evening announced that it had received a letter without a signature ill which the writer threatened to blow the govern in ent of Iees. The at air Wasi re Terrt j to tiie police and late Las night in Glish detectives Asb acted by Niem Bers of till Iri ii i Ecret service succeeded in a Rcpt in a Luan who bad in like Post Essink a u it Iii snap Sod to be Dpi Iii itt. The arrest Lias caused r a Quot Deci Ltd Seii Iatrou. Detectives had followed the Juis okie Mairich Stei. As he ired to i e a i3u? Iii it Iii Lii tractor and a licit the late up Eart in lit was at once i its. D. Being 11 a of i. Suity tif Fleet Stre to. Be s now a bows tet station. To await tiie report of the a in office in at would ice who Are engage. I Che Iuo Alj of the Nat it i in Al. The c regard the arrest As a most ii Oil . Tjing is evidenced by the fact it was made precautionary measures have been re Newell Especial attention is now being Given to the Protection of the buildings in which i Are to Are tie Oices of the i suntry and of ail the Pii Bli. Official a. Extra sentinels Are posted at Windsor Castle and at the Post office. Policemen Aud detectives Are keeping close watch in by a Licious localities. It is hinted that the whole conspiracy Hert and in Merica will be exp Tismeu. Later a the Ali ish police Here have Ziadi two further arrests in the i it of Lambeth in connection with the Man arrested last Naglit Quot he latter is now Taid to but an ath Quot an. Nearly half a ton of Nitro Gay i Ine has Tjoen eti2c i in London already. Alai a at be wet. lamp. There is renewed excited Jet in government circles this afternoon because of a re which i conies from jewry. Ireland. Where air situated Large government infantry Barracks that a Sentinel standing guard i a the t order last Iii lit challenged a Nian who was i covered scaling the Wall. Tie Sei try tired a shot and ave Alai in. Search f in tie i Iii Ducr was fruitless but the guard was doubled and order issued to take every part caution to prevent Surprise. A Ilse to blow i v the Chemlik. Up Kef Iii t. Germany. Ajril f a tic Gazette publishes a special from Moscow stating slut a Large mine has Lieen discover a con Nec tii a with the Kremlin where the Coronation of the car is to take place. The Telegram also states Itiat a it West is been wired to i Tiei Surg for u o sappers to let a sent at once to m0su, Lor the j Urpo rtt i the mini. It Hillist . St. Trtek ii x Ligaj Ril 5.�?pevelop-Meuts of the utmost importance Are expected in connection with the forthcoming great trial of nihilists in this City. It was originally believed thut this trial would be the last of the kind on the list the recent arrests however have Matle other nihilist trials probable and it is the present intention to arraign the newly discovered Ilo tiers either before the Coronation of the Czar or directly after. The accused have with three exceptions already pleaded guilty of Belon icing to the party which Uliey assert Quot is in fact As Well As in name Quot the will of the Cung Iunisi of s<>><�?an tax Welcome smut Lse. Coi exha Ekx. April 5.�?the socialist Congress in Here was treated to an unwelcome Surprise from the danish government. On the fourth Day while in the Midat of its session the prefect of it it lice after having held full conference with the King and be cared Bis approval sent to Herr Tieb Echt one of the most outspoken delegates who was looked upon As the Leader in the co tigress and served on Hisiu an order to close the ce>nnre8s forthwith. Those members who came from foreign countries were informed that it was desired by the danish authorities that they leave Denmark not later than delegates released from a Best. Kiev april 5.�?the names of the four Boci Alista arrested Here on tuesday while on their Way from the socialist Oong Resti at Copenhagen a re Bebel Metz Auer and Nen Munster. Although Uliey were members of the Reich Stag their papers were seized and confiscated to the state the be reddest efforts of the police did not encoded in extorting from the prisoners any Oral evidence against their party and they were finally released. The Story of a jewel Yaiva Olio la Oil tit that Batler took Hia reply to the Cha sea. Woit Oary. New York april 5.�?,t. M. Morton proprietor of the Morton Lions Broadway and Union is Juarch died this morning of Couge Tiou of the run. St. Loris april 5.�?tlie letter recently published by general Benjamin f. Butler in reply to the allegations of Charles e. Slayback the brother of the Slayback who was killed in an altercation with col. John a. Cockerill of the St. Louis Post dispatch last fall has brought out a Wann of a stories from every imaginable Quarter and of every imaginable description. The latest and spic Iest is certainly a he Franko episode. It will be remembered that or. Slay Back some time since during governor Long s visit to the St. Louis Exchange casually referred to Butler As a reprobate and thief and charged him among other things with stealing a team of the finest Bay horses in new Orleans and shipping them together with a Coflin full of Silver spoons to his Home in Massachusetts. This was of course Supi Vised to have occurred while Butler was at the head of Tho department of the Golf in Julf 1>c2. To these charges Butler replied naturally enough denying everything and his letter has a been published in nearly every paper of note throughout the co Tantry several weeks since. The direct result has been a constant Stream of charges and recriminations against Butler from a Host of iou them who bad become acquainted with the general during his stay in new Orleans and All of them in correspondence addressed to Quot Charles e. Slay Back their fellow Democrat and at present president of the St Lottis Board of the last Batch of letters received by on this subject includes one from h. Franko now of new York but a resident of new Cut Orleans during Butler t stay there. This communication is extremely interesting containing. As it do is among other matter autograph letters of , c. Lincoln James g. Blaine and John Sherman. First of All Franko tells of and his futile efforts to secure reparation from the govt run sent in the following Strain a i kept a jewelry store in new cd Orleans probably the largest there when Butler took charge of the Gulf department Suine time after his arrival there a vessel by and a Ron Havana to our i it Ort was seized and among the papers found upon it was a draft to my order for i i 45ta and tel to be paid in Cotton sent South some months previous Butler at one ordered me to he adm ter j and demanded payment of the Siratt. 1 pc d in custody and kept in the custom House die men were then ordered to take Possession of my Stock. I bad from the Start expressed by willingness to pay the amount of the draft but but Ler demanded that i Divide my to diamonds with him As Well. This last i refused to do but went under guard to Jacob Barker s residence. I then mortgaged some of my property to Tho latter Aud he in turn paid Butler the amount of the draft which Ras afterwards sent to London for collection by Barker and paid. I was still kept in custody however and Barker Al my wife s solicitation sent Butler a note which i still have and in which to says when i arranged for Yanku s release i understood you were willing to let him of on Fay men t of the draft now you wish him As Leader stand to 1>ivi1 e his Diamond s. With you. Sli could this be a Correct understanding please Cini sult with or. Frayko s lawyer. A. P. Field who i think will arrange matters Quot before this note was handed to Butler i Wati released and found that during my absence two of my fire proof safes had Bien forcibly broken open and All of my diamonds together with the i inst Govil and silverware a the store taken out the of my claim is about Quot Anion i the agents of Euler was one ii. B nary afterwards imprisoned fur robberies and sentenced to Twenty years penal ser i tide. Silil another was a. A. Kin Sianii adjutant general. In tin Day of Luy re Kane or i. Butler Aud Kinsman soft for Ivetis. Quot among the goods in the Safe was a g Gold Box contain ninja a mechanical device in the Sliaut of a Bird. I Pon touching the so ring the Box the Laird would jump out tap is wings and let Egin warbling. I Quot ii Springs were so arranged that Al the expiration of two or three minutes the Bird would drop Back into the Box Aud the lid am close. This Curn it sift 1 had bought in i Aris and 1 believe it has since Beon found warbling in Quot fearing More trouble i packed up everything i Haid and left with my family for Bres Lau Germany. From that Quot Point i sent in complaint to Secretary of state Sean la this was March i ji<<13but received no . After several attempts As ineffectual As this i gave up the task for the time being. In the Early part of i a i again renewed Niy petitions and rec ived Fie enclosed reply 3iay Ipi 1>�s0. This reply is from sic rotary .her-m.m, and merely states that after due consid Era Ion Franko s charges had l Een made known u Butler and Attiat the latter had re Hecl in a thirty Page communication in whirl he. Acknowledged the Cori a Cotness of Franko s statement concerning tie draft Ca nire Ltd in a blockade runner claiming at the same time to have placed tie Box of jewelry in a session of Gen. Banks who superseded him in the command of the Golf department Quot in february itch Quot continues Franko. Quot i was shipwrecked on the Jos Ltd in hint. Bot Weeo Havana and new Orleans and again lost every lung i had. For eight Long weary hours we were on the open Seji a a Little Skitt but were finally rescued and brought in safety to new Orleana after returning to new York from new Orleans i went t it Wai ii Upton and inquired at the Secretary of Stuie s office As to what had become of my petition of nov. Iii 1 was informed after delay that the petition had been referred to the War department. At the latter Othic i was informed that the petition had been to. The general of the Gulf department at new Orleans. It a e. 2 it 1sg2, and of Courm. Nothing has heard of it since. The general % whom it wan sent was Banks and he refuses to say anything about the matter. This silence May let a discreet but is Hadly Ciamon Dabu Quot though All these efforts had failed to secure redress of his wrongs. Lyanake again Tui Icie inquiry at the War department but. Thus Lar a. Been unable to accomplish Ai thing. Butler 8 reply. Butler s reply to the inquiry of the a Mem ment officials never before published Tairl teems with interesting Aad racy Wai Storus. In reference to the draft he says Quot it in now a matter of history that the conf Der it states allowed no Cotton to be sent out through the blockade except upon the agreement of the adventurers that they would return a Cert in portion of the proceeds in Arm and munitions of War. Of course such Trade was wholly con Trabu id and i enl under All the rules of International ,2>ua the proceeds thereof either in whole or in part wherever they could be found were liable to seizure by belligerent a whoever might claim Triem and for m stronger reason when claimed by the belligerent Bun self who in that manner a overtook to Aid in carrying on War against the United buteo. Therefore i took Possession and issued my proclamation to the a habitats of Kew Orleans As commanding general of the army of the Guu on the 1st Day of May. 1862. In a Short time i was informed that a Steamer a very successful blockade Remiar beading out from the Gulf of Mexico on the Southern coast Ofelon Siaana Lay concealed by the surrounding swamp. By a very ingenious strategic movement made by colonel Mcmillan of the Twenty first Indiana volunteers in Obedi enc it to my orders we were enabled to the runner Quot Fox Quot with a l a be property and mais fun b it Ard. The property was Fri acc to our ters. As Weie Aiso the mail bags and the entire Nail Tsien Ope Neil. I j on it on we Fen id tin ret Urti of or. , the aii Ait in Muc per Quot of which was enclosed taif draft Vete a it w to. An a the twin the it it a a a Tenn j or tiie Suo e cutt ii Itiat Hail t. 11 by . Dram i . In i r left it i w Oay. Ini Piui Ai in a Ven t. Quot Quot in to t Burke i it it weird go i. Butler has th>-1�. S a am orig Tbs l of is found i i i s Sture we Iii i Lipi �, e mild Al a Lumie , Alt Liou ii Pel Fnu ally 1 have kit i Wenige thereof was v. Snail till to tick cd Infin in a very Vii Abie Jeh Eiry. The or Tai Wing to sul Nii edit to the Coin Maiu aug i eueral Muse it and i directed l m to. or the Jewely and Deposit it in the custom House Safe. I think i Kent the key so that the property might not be sold at auction. Wheal left to depart nent of the Gulf 1 turned that casket of jewelry Over to my successor Tien. Banks according to if order and took his a Ltd Ejipto therefor a duplicate of which i now Butier Tina ii claims that Franko Coull have entered a complaint at new Orleans when United states Johua of s Ottice was there later for the adjustment of All claims of a similar nature. Franko Vas however in in Many at that time and states that he knew or heard n,.thing it if this con Unis sooner t Oil ice or duties Mui cover Liis claims were in the lands get of the Ruver Nyunt and had a try kit Why. I it Eer Quot eff rred As Secretary Lin Coli Iio in states tvs Banks Iii Seil. lasted a it l Ive been directed ii Urs Lien Banks As Secretary Lincoln that the last record Quot Maile of the b.,x at tie time Gen. Bank toi k charge of tie . Franko s attorney. Luuis i la Virdt Bias every Elf Ort pus Sibie to d Awo to Ceri . But thus far with out us -.-Ess. states no reviver the batiks is no longer in Tiei in Litany Eon Trul and cannot be Tui de to . Three letters h be been writ to ii to Hila Utie t y he War de it to Lieut two by i Erk Hardit ii reply bus vet been received Ami tiie of the ease i l be Reni Ains to be seen. To us in seem that the Bias in Kirt been shifted from the s .,.1 Butir to the St of Gen Banks. F Breien a Ewe Oto Queen took a drive to Day. It has been a. Finitely decided that neither Parnell nor any of the other members of the Irish parliamentary will Ait ind the conv Nuon at i Hij Adelphia. Ferry and Ali Buehn have come to an agreement that the great cavalry Maneu vers on the Eastern Frontier should be abandoned on account of the heavy end iture involved. The grand trunk announces the Issue of �750,000 perpetual 4 per cent debenture Stock. Tie Issue Price will be 90 per cent the Money is Reid tired to meet Bonds maturing Aud for other purposes. It is generally under St Jod Here that the Compromise by which the question of cavalry Maneu vers was allowed to drop is merely to be considered As a postponement of the rupture in the Cabinet the chamber of deputies meets in the latter part of this month. At the French Cabinet Council Waldeck Rousseau minister of the Interior made a Strong argument in favor of i e Gal Vifot As director of tie Calvary . Cen. Lui Baudin minister of War said that it n it by matters Wal deck Lious Seini a Iii red to an a Lini Oti. J Ier i deist 1,11 interposed id the matter was dropped. It is stated that the governments of Italy and Austria have Given assent and Athoe i the. In Fig Nat ires to a to easy by the terms of a i h it ii ire guarantees to the other com Lete integrity of Terri Tui a. Although Ferniany is not live Coly. And Liy sgt Latuli a a Paris to this treaty Tho Doczi Iceni contains a clause in which it is Meuti ouch that her approval hid Jet a Ivou. It it to Tractive i i a it a. A Rutland ind., april 5.�?thisi Iaco j was visited by a destructive Firo last night resulting in Tho almost total destruction of tha i business portion of Tho town. Twenty firms were burned out the following l eing among the principal losses q. Gaff dry Gre ods and building $14,000 a. C. Vanderwater dry goods 7,000 Poole a Bra hardware stove and agricultural implements 14,000 Mccullough Ca Rufis $4,0u0 Keefa a Bra proc Erie and hardware John s. Veatch Bank building o,000 Nicholas Kirsch Saloon �4,000 Weide a Coffman restaurant 5-j,000 John Hubert Saloon 2,000. In addition to the above numerous other losses were sustained varying from to91,o00, among the latter being the discount and Deposit Bank. The total Loe. Will be fully 91c0,-ow, Laif of which is covered by insurance. Year Goshen n. Middletown n. Y., april 5.�?the stables of Jesse Holbert near Goshen a need last night forty four valuable Cowa Aud two horses Davia. Nishelle tenn., pril 5.�?a letter from Hon. Jefferson Davis at Beauvoir miss., a a rfcs Liat circumstances beyond Bis control vill not permit him to be present at the meeting in Nashville of the sout Liem historical society on the Quot list Proximo. To the letter of Tho is a rotary of the society info suing him that an invitation would be Ciufi Bially sent be has replied that it would he impose Bible for him to i ayin Forb Addea. Alkane. N. Y., 5.�?a Bill was introduced in the senaus and Zimmei lately or be Redota third Reading to prevent any attempt to personage of represent Jesus Christ by and show play or representation whether free or Foran ail Missimi fee and it declares tiie Vio Iati it in of its provisions a i Demeanour. Punishable by a Fine not Les ? Tolian Ltd a. Aud imprisonment not less Tolian six Mouths. Obituary. a a a Minot a. Hi., april 5.�?dr. John Sweeney one of the Ablest and Best known physicians in a Central Illinois die<1 at a late tour last Nishit fur a lingering Illner a. The deet ased was fur Many years physician and trustee of the state St Diers Quot or Plains Homo a. Normal. Terrific explosion. Two Boyn killed a balt Lahore by a of M�wer-4�as�?-a Maui bar of Hob my Jared a it am Aaltio t. Baltimore md., april .5.�?the rein dents of the northeastern Section of this City were startled by a terrific explosion yesterday which Shook the foundations of the houses for squares and Tore up the Beds of both Bond and Chew streets for some distance. Flying stones and flirt filled the air looking glasses and pictures were shaken from the Walls in dwellings and the people were nearly crazed with fright. At ii St everybody thought it was an Earth it Nak a but upon examination it was discovered that this sudden convulsion of the Earth was by a Gas explosion of a singular character. Some time since a Stream of water known a Hartford run which flows through that Section was tunnelled Over and turned into a sewer. It was beneath the bed of the streets and the Gaa Mains Croes it at Dit Terent Points. One of these pipes had sprung a leak and the sewer la eing tightly Cloeen for several St Juares had become filled with Gas when Kobert Swett a 7-year-old lad standing Over one of the manholes to Tho sewer threw a lighted match with which be had ignited a cigarette into a Small aperture at the top and the next instant there was a terrific report followed by the rumbling sound of failing Earth and stones and the boy was hurled some distance away his clothes on fire from the times that shot out of the sewer Bolo. To was terribly burned about the head and body. For a few moments All was confusion and the greatest excitement prevailed. Fortunately it was in a quiet neighbourhood and few persons were on the Street at the time. Parents whose children had Heen playing a the Vicinity ran frantically about looking for their Little ones but two mothers beached in vain to find the children alive and this evening the bodies of Charlea Mccarthy and Andrew Heater act aged about were dug up from the ruins where that had been buried about fifteen feet below the surface of Tho Street it is supposed that they were the Street at the time of Tho explosion when they were swallowed up in the sinking ground. I veral persons had their legs broken or were ii Serwise injured one Man was hurled about Twenty Yards Iii escape any injuries except a few s Light bruised eight houses were More or less damaged and several of them will have no doubt to 1� torn Down. The wife of Anton 8ima, Livins near had but a few minutes before tic explosion beat the a Mother and it is feared tie Shock to her nerves will cause her death. In another House a woman was thrown Down stairs by the Force of the explosion. In a coloured school in the Vicinity there was almost a panic Thuo Hildier Liell Mell from the building when it was Quot shaken but All of them e8cav>�hl injury. A 5-year old child of John Magnosi was badly Hurt about the head by a trying Stone. No other bodies have Leon found in Tho ruins auit a far As known no Ane else was injured. The loss to the City will be about f8,000. Jia Uway Mot a. Chicago april managers and freight age Nib of the roads composed of tie Southern railway association have met at Chicago and reorganized the Estem freight Pool the railway age says that about Soo Miles of new main track on forty Nino different roads have been added this year to the Railroad mileage of this country from january i to March 81, notwithstanding the i clemency of the weather. A a the committee of the Illinois legislature appointed to investigate the account of the Illinois Central Railroad will report the same All right and that the railway has paid the full amount of its dues to the state treasurer. The chamber of Commerce of new York to Day adopted a Resolution declaring tim Tho existing classification on westbound Grattic As established a tie trunk lines discriminated unjustly against the dry go Ixl Trade an re Questi ult the Railroad commissioners of this state to visit new Vork and inquire into tha facts and report to the be i Slature if a change i lie rail Rojel Law is not desirable. The report that the Blue line is to a abandoned on the Michigan Central and Canadas Luthern roads is declared to by untrue by Railroad officials. A gather publishers who Issue Jusso Jam books Are Guing bankrupt who play Jesse James dramas Are going to Jitu. I Rogr Vii in markets. . April 5.�? to. 2 a heat april f 1.07t< f7l.As . June july Rye May 5te july bid. a a a Eslao May Luce tia47i tel j.50 july bid St �?�l&g5 Ai in a i year. A do Fli a to june bid year. Mess it. 35 june August �?�l&g5 year. ll.sotoll.St june $11 bid july $11.40 311. August year Short ribs May $10� i tiv june 110.123�� a 10.15 Quot Jimiy. $10. A 10. August Toledo Toledo april 5.�?wlieat�?ttu.settled-and a Shade easier no. 1 White $1.00, no. 2 do we rejected Ioc asked a 2 red spot $l.w, april May $1.10,v, june l.lok, july $1.0�.�, August $1.0 >5, year $1.07, no. 3 $1.04 rejected fl4c asked High mixed Otic a j spot or april a Imay a it it a felted 51a no Grade 41� pc. Mew York. Newyork april 5.�?wlieat i i lower and heavy Active speculative trading a 1 White $1.11 a 2 red apr i �?�1.17, mar $1.18 july a oks lower mixed Western spot to fisc do future in �>7c. Provisions Boef quiet and firm new Plain mess $11.7o firi7. V. Do $1 14. Pork Dull and weak spot new mess lard lower and weak spam rendered Biog a sport april j. Provisions butter per Pound 22�2i 0 pkg per Domo i4#ltic potatoes per Bushel of Etc Sweet potatoes per Poun itus onions per Bush i 75c i Hickens Alivo per dozen 2 do a it chickens Prenod per Poun Ltd Ioc turkeys alive Par Pound Turkey dressed per Pound. 2kc lard per Pound in let in hams is Lac shoulders a Ioc hides la g 14c pork per Lov $5 0050 barrel,$1 10 hii>e8�?dry Flint per Pound. 10>ic dry salted Qreen trimmed Green until Mancl 6c bail mad Stags otherwise Lama 4e Eteva veal East. A pc Green veal Kip 8c she rungs 14<g24>c lambs. Tallow 7c. Grain wheal re com,45e Oats,33o. Ltd Felt a. $1� Clover seed. $7 25. Wool Una mod 15� fleece washed a so tub Aind picked 25�d0c Black Burro add tree of grown 6a10e lower

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