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   Logansport Journal (Newspaper) - November 26, 1896, Logansport, Indiana                                f THE VOL xxi INDIANA THURSDAY MORNING NOVEMBER 261896 NO 284 t A A THE DAWH OF P1ROSPEMTY IS IKSIGHT o4 I is all pit carshoulders to slue task andmake faK THANKSGIVING year plenty We IMaikeitr tcany frienfls for this to merit thdr A PLEASANT THANKSGIVING TO ALL 306 Foaith Street N Where Did You Get That Coat Well now where do you think could Iget an elegantly flulsli ccl overcoatmade audcut so stylish anil finished HUc that but from Keller They will make you a Melton Kersoy Jlontaguic or Beaver and suarantco quality stylefiulsli and nt at Kellers Tailor Store narket Street POST OFFICE RECEIPTS J D Ferguson Jenks 322 Market Street Statement for October Shown n Fulling Olt at Nearly 850000 Washington Nov The October statement of the receipts nt the 30 larg est post offices in the country show a net decrease of or one arid four tenths per cent as compared toOctober of the previousyear There is nothing1 significant in this it is at tributed io business in the heat of the poUticalcnmpaigri The in of mail carried during n1 chin pnign is postal officials to be made up largely of franked rcntter so that there is little to offset business The total receipts for the month nt these largest offices were against in October 1S05 Chi cngo increased from 3S31 to Among1 the nextlargeet redeipts were St Louis COS Cincinnati Siin Frnucisco Pittsburgh C1S Tlie greatest increase wos at San Francisco BOUND TO LYNCH KIM For BARGAINS ittHcavy Winter CloQilIns Overcoats Under vear Hats and Caps and Furadsbtogs A full line for man boy and youths requfiremenrs We carry tbe largest and best line in the city from wMcu to maue your seleotrooa Overcoats For Men la ns Oxfords Frieze etc to ail the col and Styles desired Ulsters to large quantltiiee to select Good For Boys any grade and price desired For children a good art I I lower tflmn over before We mean what wesay We earn i gave you inwcair and duralblllty of gxwds Good bcary Wool Sweaters for sytoter use and i NigMRobes good quality 50o 75c up Best aiU Wool underwear in the dty at lowest possible prices Heavy underwear as low w SOca suit winter Caps25c and 50c good value Hats your purse and fancy 5 represented satisfaction guaran MoneyJackiiTOuwaii1itl Excited Moll In Kontucky After a KavlHhcr Paducah Ky Nov May field inob which canie hereTuesday niglit to Jyncli Jim Stone the negro itndernrrcst for outrnging Mrs J Jl R Greene is still here Mrs Greenes hus band is the lender of the mob and lie carries the rope The mobhas been un able toascertain the whereabouts of the prisoner and they walked the streets with rifles gnns and axes until daylight Sheriff Holland snys the prisoner is hidden near the city and will not be pliicecl in jail untilthe mob disperses but the mob lenders say they nre not going homeuutil they put a rdpe iibout Stones neck The governor has been naked for per mission to place Stone Ju theEddy ville penitentiary for snfelceepiiig WILL GET A NEW TRIAL KeLlablo NflWH Jackfion lihd AVallinB Cmc Cincinnati Xov dispaiich to the Enquirer from FrauUfort Ky statesthat from asource of absolute reliability it is learned of appeals will grant a to Scott Jaiksonaiad Alonzo Walling noiv under sentence to death for the murder of ijearl Bryan It wilLbevheld that certain testimony wa8jncpinpetent ond that consequently af rehearingis necessary The iuformatipnidpes not come from any member ofthe court but may be relied VTM oiiiy New York Nov at police having returned Tuesdayj night from St Louis thathiii visit to Mr call He says he expectir 110caljinet or foreign Mormon i V i Salt Lake City Nov centennial commission hastaluii for thenecessary arrangeinents celebration next July of theflftiethan ilverfiaYy of the arrivalof itie pioheeri Oinaba v ALMOST EgADY Magnificent Cruiser Brooklyn Soon to Be Put Into Commission n Texas Found to Need Extensive Alterations to Render Her Seaworthy gton Nov Preparations tot putting into con in ission the new armored cruiser Brooklyn believed to le the liiiest vessel1 of hur class in the worju arc progressing1 in the navy de partment and it is expected thai the vessel ill bo formally added to the ef fective licet the 1st of December The deUiil of her principal ollicers 1111 uoiineed Wednesday js as follows Caut Francis in command lieutenant Commander Is K Mason executive officer Lieut Henry Me Creii niivigating officer lieutenants BCaperton II Hush F K Brainard mid J D Doyle ensigns A T Long Charles Webster and L surgeon W S Uixon pay master T 0 Hobbs and chief en gineer John D Ford A number of minor officerswill be selected in a few days The Brooklyn is now at Cramps yardslhihidelphinj ready for delivery to the jovernirent at Leagueisland where moat of her stores have been as sembledto be put on board The Brooklyn will stay on the hoinc station for lt least six months and may then be sent1 on an around the world cruise KntlUtthlii 2tixuii Uildcuworlliy Wiishingion Xov Whilethe find ings of ft he luivni eiuirt which investi recent foundingof the bat Heship Texas have not ye4t ivachedthe imvy kpaiiment it is learned that without Lxtinsive alterations it is ve ry lljjubrrul whether the Texas can be iiijaiii ordered to sea It is understood that evidence was adduced to show that vj ofher compartments leaked when hrvunjyineroom WHS flooded and that n liak simmy in any one of hem1 at sen would hnve surely onnsed the total loss of the ship Not onlyAvereallthe al Uped tight1 doors found to be abortive but in the opinion of at cut nicinher of the court her whole biillijiead system is utterly useless of Nuviil OOkcrs Nov Commandrr 31 K Vjchblns hnsbceiL ordered to eom manvl tin ftruiscr Benningioi1 beintf lie liUhed from the MareJslund navy yard where the is jiow He relieves riginau who is A DOUBLE WRECK Jinsign Montgomery is detached from the Massachusetts and ordered to join tin Petrel on theChina station is division ofTicer Knsign1vl H Sehofieid is detached from the Marbleheiid and granted leave Vnssed Assistant Engineer iV YyortVington tnuistirreVl from the Casline tothe Montomcry and R J the Michigan to tlie Casting TlicDiiy Konorwl Hew York Xov Old Glory was liarIeci to the peak of thu liljevty poln located hf the BaUery park at sun rise Wednesday momingin lionor oE the liirVtliis being the anniversary otthfi IViitish evaciUJtionof jranhattan island Clrviiitophui JJ Forbes a rein of 6cgeint John Van Arsdale of wvohitiomiry fame assisted by a mcm IVioC the Anderson Zouaves pulled on the halyards wliich raised tlicflap As the colors moxmtedthe iiolc a number of Kiioeintors who were present cheered heartily Cant John U Xornian the adopted son of the Veteran of 3S12 Auierieim Illig at the fort in Cun tVal park at the same time in honor oT the clay Senator jjrlcoa Intent Scliemo Washington Nov Senator Bribe is expected to return to Washington nbout December 5 The senator is just now credited with a plan to build a piir6fthe Cincinnati Jackson Mack ininyTnilroid from Hudson Jlich to connect with the Ohio Xortliern thus estabYishing a new line by connection tJie Wabashfrom Cincinnati to Chicago This will enable the Mack inaw1 line to become Ihe distributor of the output of the Ohio coal fields as fai Consul Punl iesike writes the department of state thattjie president of Nicaragua has is ns southern Michigan is conccrned Daty oil Ho Inrcl Suxpondod Washington Nov 25 Wiesik president sued adecree suspending for a period of six months beginning November the fluty on hog lard imported intx that country The duty is suspended in coh sidbrrition of the scarcity of Inrdand the high price charged for it Although the period ofsuspension is short Cbn pul Wiesilte is of iheopinion thntitwill bpcnii ninrketfor lard in Nicafngua DlBHSKr to a Freight Train KosulW I or it PitmeiiKur Train New Brunswick N J Xov breaking of an axle of one of the cur tif tin extra freight train near her Wednesday morning caused a dif ostrous wreck on the Pennsylvani railroad and cost two lives An extr freight made up of 20 cnrs castboum was Hearing this place when an ax broke and wrecked the rear end of th train The southern expres carrying pas sengers from Atlanta Washington an Baltimore was close behind them on an other track but running at a high rat of speed Before it could be flagged i ran into the wreckage of the freigh train which had spread over its track The engine mail car two baggage car and four sleepers were derailed Th passengersthough considerably shaltci escaped fewbruises Tin train crew however were not s fortunate Joseph Meegan i9 years o nge of Jersey City engineer of the ox press and his fireman II W Chichester rlso of Jersey City were pinned uncle their fallen engine and slowly scaldei to death in full view of the passenger nnd trainmen gathered about who were powerless to aid them E S Lambert express njpssonjferhac two ribs broken nnd was injured obou the javand body Tie may recover Senator Matthew Quays private cai Piekwiiik had been on the train asfni ns PliiLidelpliia but was switched of t the Tirond street station It woulr have been came directly tftr the express cars which were tele scoped BOND REDEMPTION for jilted States Six Jcr Cents Washington Nov treasury department Wednesday issued a cal for the redemption of Unitid States I per cent bonds amounting to nine mil lions of dollars fact value issued under tin acts of July 1 ISGSand July 218G in iid of LLriain Pacific railroads Thesa bonds are known as cur rency is and becomi due1 Jmuiiry next The bonds were issued in aid oi rhe following niimed railroads Cen trnl Pacific railroad f2n2000 Union Pacific Kansas Pa cifio Jtailway company late Union Pr oific railway eastern 000 Centralbranch Union Pacific Hall way company late Atchison Pikes Peal companyassignees of the Hanni bal St Joseph Eailroad company Western Pacific railroad 1 S320000 Total MijHjriVIlll Dominidan IIIWKIHO Pittsburgh Pa Nov miners of the Pittsburgh district have decided to demand ivCOceht wage rrittvfonnin coal beginning January 1 A cir cular letter containing the abbre in was mailed Wednesday to all the miners in the district and call ing for a district convention pnrly in December President Blatchford of Ohio miners and National Secro inry Pierce were in Pittsburgh Wednes dav and slated that following the ad vance in the Pittsburgh district tlie Ohio miners will demand ah advance Bla1hfovd has announced himself a candidate to succeed National Ircsi tlent1enna who has declined veelec tion JtfcKlnloyn CiUlnm Canton 0 Nov 23 imposing ar of visitors cameto Canion Wednes day to call on the presidentelect A number of officials of Monmoutli coun ty N J were the iirst Then crimea committee of the National Grange At one oclock a distinguished prrty arrived fromCleveland In it were Mr and Mrs Whitelaw Hcid who are on their way to Arizona Gen and Mrs Samuel Thomas of New York Cen Caldweli president of the Lake Shore railroad exCov and Mrs Mer riain of Minnesota and Mr and M A Hinna Murat Halsted was amongMaj McKitileyscallers Wednes daymorning Rlitbiu Bombay Xoy received heieVfromlUiwulJJjndi say that200 belojigingVto of infantry sta tioned at riotous a w days ago and looted n number of shoesseverely wounding several per who attempted to defend their pfpperty 1 ColuiiibtisTGaNovl Tjuesdny rabid mule bit his diiver JoerWooten ina few min nies died The negro be came rapidlyworse and thougli the wound has been cauterized he devel oped raymptoms of hylrophpbia and Prcfnrrcd to Stuv In Jail Chicago Nov 25 Aremarkable com jnentary on the prevailing distress in this city is found in the fact that 30 who had been confined in the county jail awaiting the action of the and against whom no in dictments were found requested to be retained incustody until after Tharilisgivliig day They assert that if released Wednesday they would be forced to beg steal or go hungry on Thanksgiving and so prefer to remain in jail and participate in the annual holiday dinner served at that institu tion Their request was granted Tor Improvement of Yellowstone Washington Nov Capt George S Anderson Sixth iavnlry superin tendent of the Yellowstone National pnri in his annual recommends appropriation of for the next fiscal year If this is allowed season tie thinks the schenwj of improvement planned can be eritlrely completed JIoHnpapBT Man THkM Mofphlno Albany Nov llichard Cheerry editor proprietor of the AlbanyPenuy Press committed suicide at his home here Tuesday night by talc ing morphine No cause is assigned He was about 2S years of age single r and White Star Mine steamer reports that on Sunday Steward Creiil guieide by jumping NOT MUEDERED Developments in Bev James Miller Case Indicate Suicidei Revolver Found by His Side Purchased by Him in Springfield on Afternoon of Day of His Death Springfield 111 Kov will painfullyregretted by 1lie legion of friends and admirers of 3ev Jnmca Miller that subsequent developments loave no further doubt that his death brought about by his own hands Investigation as to the revolver with which Mr Miller lost his life that it was purchased in Springfield afternoon at four oclock from Gilbert Sponsler the proprietor of a bhooting1 gallery Mr Sponslcr em declares and thoroughly rec rhepicturethat it was Eev Jiller who bought the revolver Mr Spcuslcr says he asked to see the re volver which was in u show case and it was shown him He appeared to be nervous and examined the gun minutely lie usked Spoiislcr to lood it for him ns he wanted to rid of burglars He paid eight dollars for the revolver and placed it in on inside jlocket of his coat and walked off From the way the body was lyingand he fact that there were no marks in the nind of astruggle and that there nolilood on his face or clothes what had run clown through his hair and his shoes not havinga trace of niid it indicates that he lay down in he alley and shot himself It thoxight that he wastemporarily rrugcd when he committed the deed CROWDS CHEER HIM Mr Bryun the Causeof Remarkable Doni In Colorntto Denver Col Nov Bryan did not finish his speech at the chamber of omnlevce banquet until after two oclock Wednesday morning and itwas nearly three before he returned to his room He was up however at a few minutes past six and at took a special train for Pueblo where at this eirlv hour a crowd was present at the dtpol to bid him farewell He waa accompanied to Pueblo by jovelect AIvu Adams andseveral other promi nent Coloradnns Pueblo Col Nov Bryan ax ived here from Denver shortly after ten oclock andwis greeted upon his ar rival byanijnmenseconcourse of cit people had come into thecity during the night and early morning and added to the excite nent of thetpvvn The town was gayly lecoruted and business was practically uspended to 00 honor to the lute can dilate Jlr 3rvui was met at the by a committee of citizens Receiver for Bull Chicago Nov 23 Judge Gibbons Vediiesclay appointed the American rust ami savings brhk receivers for the Columbian liberty bell on application if George S Knapp who alleges there s due him as custodian of bella balance of Knapps claim is gainst the Columbian liberty bell omiiiHlec a liuiiiber of the members if which are iinitnown toKnapp butbe uakes over a hundred persons clefend nts among thembeing Mrs Knssell Jriaces K Willard Mrs George Vashington Asnos Parker ezelinh linttcrworth Mrs John Juincy Adams Aaron Yanderbilt John iarkKedpath Mrs James B Peek and olin Winfield Scott American Appointed Uusliington Nov president las appointed Frank D Hill of Minne to be consul at Santos Brazil nnd icv J Leonard Corning of New York be consul at Munich Bavaria The utter has been vice consul atMunich ince13502 and succeeds Uilph Steiner resigned The vacancy at Santos raxil by the recent re nova1 of HenryCSmith Mr lill was recently consul nt La Guayra enezueln and undsr President Clevc inds former administration held itions in the consular service afc lontevidco and KlUeU by Jealous Hanband Columbus Nov ton the press from St Clairsville 0 that James Williams assaulted Wash ington Uinkerin a jealous frenzy Tues day night mid beat him so severely over the head with an ironrod that he died in a few hours Williamswife fled from the house to save her life She a niece of Gen B B Cowen now clerk of the United States court at Cincin nuti and acting secretary of the in terior under Grant Williams had bad reputation lie is under arrest Offlcml Koturna from Mlchlsrao Lansing Mich Nov state board of canvassers completed tieir work Wednesday onthe canvass of the recent election in this state with following jesult on presidential elec Total vote 344285 McKinley 293327 Bryan 237251 Levericgv 4098 Palmer 6930 Bentley 1SOD For governor Pingrec leads the elec toral and entire state ticket by in round numbers Madrid of the lead ing ier iii their criticiKnis return of it llpf thege G enJAVcarraga the present min ister of war be sentat onctt to Cuba to supersede Gen We jler Gcii Wcylcr to Havana   

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