Decatur Daily Review, November 26, 1897

Decatur Daily Review

November 26, 1897

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Issue date: Friday, November 26, 1897

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Location: Decatur, Illinois

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Years available: 1876 - 1931

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Daily Review, The (Newspaper) - November 26, 1897, Decatur, Illinois J. VOL. XIX. NO. 282. DECATUB, ILLINOIS. FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 26, 1897. TEN CENTS A WEEK. A FEAS1 OF FOOT BALL. Thanksgiving; Day to the Long Haired Gridiron Hero What Decoration Day Is to the Scorcher. At Chicago. Chicago University lil; jMiriiifiUM Wist-iinsin Itunkci-s'Athletic Club HI; Knick- M. hic.iKo Athletic- Chili 52; Now Clul> O. Al riiiluclrliihia, I'll. Cornell O; iViina -I. At t'iiii-iiinali. Carlixlr Indians IU; t'iiii-iniiati O. Al MoiiimnHli, III. MoiiinmUliCol- IIS; Knov I'lilh-gi-O. At Kansas Hi; Al i-soui-i L'n- At Omaha. Wcsloy- uiislll; otlaua 12. Al San l-'i-aiK-isco. Suiul'oi-d -K; li of I 'a I Hill-ilia O. At Itlufl-., la. Nclirnskii II; O. Al Ijal'ii.votlc. 1ml. I'anliie Ci; tlni- At lYiiria. "I Illinois Uuicka II. At Ili-mor, Ciilu. Athletic CIlll.S; ado fnix-l-silt O. At Mivw. Iliii-tiuoiilh III; Newton AiliMir Clnl> O. It More l-'aiiK- to Its Owner in AI-IIIH- Came. :M.--C. Hef'-liliergor, half back foi the Ciiiu-i-ily of made n name fur himsoll in foot lull hi-tory today by making three place kicks iu the iiiinunl game bet uoon tho Univer- sities -Two people iissoiulili-d in n r.iin nt Hankers" field (his nioriiiinr Hankei-s' cl-ib of Uii they have been, and people should thank God it is no worse after the exper- iences of tin; past four years.'1 Johnston presented statistics to prove the assertion that prosperity had turned, referring to the large crops of wheat, cotton and other products. "The created values in this year in the United States weio estimated at fourteen he said, and then dilated on the Kioatness of this nation and its mission on ST. LOUIS LIVE STOCK. St. Louis, Nov. 000; market steady for natives. strong. LIVERPOOL, CHAIN. Liverpool, Nov. No. 1 red northern spring. 7s 8U. firm; mixed, 3s spot, earth. tie advocated >iving the Catholics the same civil rights that every man enjoyed, but that this church ho warned to keep its hands oh" tho stale. In the course ot his remarks Dr. Johnston roferiod to Spain as "a burnt out nation, the basest of king- doms.'' He referred to the danger of corrupt parties and instanced the Uctory of Tatn- nuiiiy iu New York. WILD INDIAN'S WORK. Commits Three Mmtlors liis lliniic. Diiluth, .Minn., Nov. has just reached here ol it shocking Indian murder that took place on tlie Fond ilu Lao reservation, forty miles north of here. A Chippewa halt-breed, named Anamasin, left the reservation several diijs ano mid wnit to the town of Clo- met. Lute Tuesday he returniil. '.nzod with liquor, and in a lit of drunken rage attacked his wife, who was iihi.ut to give bit-lit to a child. Ho ilrngae I the iroin her bed and threw her on the Moor, where he beat nnd kicked her into a state of unconsciousness. The brutal treatment caused premature labor nml while actually receiving the blows from her husband the woman gave biith to the chihi. About tho time Anamasin had finished liis work an Indian named Peterson hap- pened to bo passsing the house, ami hear- ing :i noise, broke into tho room and at- tmpted to protect the prostrate woman. Anamasin seixcd a heavy club and turned his attention to t'oteraon, who made an oftorl to got out, but before he could do so, it is stid, Anamasin knocked him down and literally pounded his head into n pulp. Ifo then took tho body anft threw it into n creek near by and. IP- turning to tho house, saturated the door of the room in which his wife and child lay, with kerosene and applied the Then, with the evident intention of eov-