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   Logansport Pharos (Newspaper) - September 18, 1890, Logansport, Indiana                                LOGANSPOBT DAILY PHAROS 16TH YEAE THUHSDAY EVENING SEPTEMBEE 18 1890 NO 120 JOHN QR AWFUL A Troubled Coopers Bloody and Deadly Work FIVE VICTIMS OP HIS FEEOOITT Ho TUgliiH SerlouHly Shooting a Mer chant nnd Closes tho Tragedy with the Murder of Two of His Own Daugh Critical Wounding of a Third and liluwlug HJs Own liraina Feminine WaywaruaegH tlie Alleged CKUH of MuBancre VouTbMiiUTH N H Sept terri ble tragedy occurred here iast night and there was great excitement A mob of hundred people surrounded tho house where thu bodies of three deiul per sons partially attested tho extent of the crime Fred H J Huiti aged 48 years a cooper in the employ of the Eldredge Brewing company hnd a family of three daughters thu eldest Carrie aged 15 years keeping house for him his wife who it is said was unfaithful having left him several months ago Since she left it is reported that the girl Carrie has become wayward Heins troubles preyed npon his mind until he resolved to end them ami remove from temptation tha three fe male members of his household Purpotte Well Carried Out Two of them and the murderer himself lie dead hi his home while at the hospital In tho FainmiH Southern Comedy tbe third daughter lira dying with a bul in live uctM eniiiltMl i let iu her neck and at his home Charles W Taylor n wellknown hardware mer Of all kinds STORE JPJUED FULL Both upstairs and dcwvn Prices RiQhtr COME AND SEE US 4 UClitKUKVTM DOIANS OIKKA WM MANACKIl 01111 WFKK MONDAY SEPT 22 DavidI Standard Thesitor puny supportIntf the taltrnfud Miss Sadie Farley Jponinf in tho FamotiH Sontluirn omei Dnitiiii in llveuctM etiiilltMl mnnmrrnnmiT wenKnown naruware mer I If I IK I II IN I iclillnt lles with two bullet holes iu hi UU I U1VU UHl hack Before the discovery of Heins dea Seg the Earning Steamboat POPULAR PRICES O2O3Oc KcwrrerJseafs forsjilo at riiimJ plmc guctto mid JJrcHH Circle HuLcony lery lOc will bo Kiven A iood Krctili Milch away night FURNITURE PRICES THt LOWEST Our Designs None but the Best Workmanship Atnwer to Leave mil Salesroom New Tension Law POP All Soldiers Who are dependent upon their own dnily labor for support For Soldiers and Sailors widows For Children under 10 years of age For children permanently helpless and for dependent parents Apply in person or by letter for infor matiOD blanks and instructions to BORDDN Pension Agent Elliott Block Loganaport In Material RHRLZIDS 12thSt Drue Store NERVE AND TREATS SprcElc for Koumpja W s prvssjon thr iVij i ji hi in Jiniiv rnii leatlinir to misery i cSith iVi Ht rvtints tos ol IV iritittte losfs SpccrVO iv lv of mei a box or six for 3V mi liy vuii order fr MX ivjji pan to ii SURE GURE FOR CATARRH y of Heins dead body officers and citizens wore scouring the city in search of him and bad he fallen into the hands of the mob he would have been lynched Tliie First Victim The story of the murders is as follows Charles W Tayior while entering his residence about last night was rushed upon by the murderer who fired two shots both of which took effect in the small of his back A large crowd gathered around tha house Taylor is still alive but very low He says that he does not know what prompted Hein to shoot Mm At 12 oclock last night the doctors wero still doubtful about saving him Fiulshint HlB Frightful Work Shortly before 8 oclock people in the vicinity of Hiins house heard five pistol shots flrrid iu rapid succession and Maud Che 13 yearold daughter ol Hein ran out of the hotiHO and down the street She proceeded but a short distance when she fell on the pavement saying Fattier has shot me The girl was taken to the hos pital where sbu now lies in a critical con dition Three shots were fired at her all taking effect ho lower of Heins honso was the scene of the murderers most horriblo work undltpbowedevitlenc8 of a desperate struggle Tlie kitchen was covered wicli blood and everything was in great disorder Sceno at theHouse Just outwido the back dooi1 of the house lay two bodlts Carrie Jldest girl lay with her face covered with blood the ballot entering the left sido of the face passing upward toward tha brain death having rraiilted instantly Across her prostrate Lurm lay Bertha fae youngest daughter When found slisi was uncon scious and she expired in fifteen minutes the bullet that caused her death having entered her head just behind the left ear Sheriff Cutlin arrived nt Heins house at anil detailed men to search for the murderer of Heins IJody Meanwhile Marshal Joy and a force of officers arrived and it was decided to closely examine the chambers As they entered the front chamber they found the dead body of Hein stretched on the floor A bullet had passed through his head from the revolver which lay by his side Tho crowd which had gathered about the house was highly excited and hntl the murderer been taken alive he cer tainly would have been killed by them DIED IN THEIR WAR PAINT How Two liuliiiii Murderers Rode to Death at the Cheyenne Agency MILES CITY Mont Sept Particu lars just received of the killing al the Cheyenne agency of Head Chief and Young Mule the murderers of Hugh Boyle state that Agent Cooper refused to negotiate with the father of Head Chief for the sur render of the two Indiana on the basis of their being granted immunity from pun ishment The old man then said that the two young bucks would come into the agency and attack the troopsi at the same time indicating the direction from which they would approach The soldiers and Indian police weredrawnup to meet them when half an hour after the fathers de parture Head Chief and Young Mule were seen coming oa ponies nt full speed and arrayed in war paint und feathers They charged the full length of the lino of soldiers and police retreated and again charged Charged the tine Alone The volleys of the troops bad up to this time been ineffectual Finally however a cbance shot hit Young Mules pony leaving him dismounted Head Chief at once put his pony to the top of his speed and alone swept down upon the armed ine firing his rifle rapidly ai he charged 3e was then shot twice through the orehead nnd mice in the mouth dying in stantly YoungMule seeing fate of his companion instead of to retreat commenced chanting the death song and was advancing upon the troops j when he was hit in the skin He then jumped into a hole iu the ground and fired one more shot He wosi later found dead in the pit TWO ILLINOIS MEN TO A TOomnii Sent Ui for Twentyfire Tears nnil Her Son for Fifteen MOSTICKLLO Ills Sept IS In the cel ebrated HoKlenKussell murder trial the jury yesterday moniiug found the de fendants guilty of murder and fixed the sentence of Calvin Holden at death Albert Dunham death Mrs Eliza Holden twentyfive years iu the penitentiary and Edwin Hollen fifteen years in the peni tentiary The story of the crime for which these persons have been convicted is as follows On tha evening of June 21 last while Harloy Hussell and his wife were returning home iu a buggy from Monti cello they overtook two man Calvin Holdim ami Albert Dunham The Commission of the Crime Dunhan seized the horsd aud held It while Holden drew a revolver and shot Russell inflicting a mortal wound Rus tlved long enough to toll all about the aud who did it Holdon PERRY HEATJHA BENEDICT The Indianapolis Journal Correspondent Langooed by A lioaUville Girl LOUISVILLE Ky Sept S Heath correspondent at Washington City of Tho Indianapolis Journal and other leading newspapers was married at oclock last night at the residence of tita brides parents to Miss Mary Ella Con way daughter of George Conway of this city Miss Georgia Conway tbe brides sister and George Graham Bain of Wash ington City were the attendants Mr anc Mrs Heath left on a late train for Richmond and Old Point Comfort A luncheon was given to Governor Hovey of Indianapolis and others of the invited guest at the Pendennis club yesterday afternoon by the brides uncle Mr Edwin Bacon The Ball Field CHICAGO Sept ham ball playing resulted iu the following League At New game At game Cleve land 17 Pittsburg 4 and Zimmer Anderson ajnd Decker sec ond game Cleveland 0 Pittsburjz S bat and Zimmer Phillips and Decker At At Cincinnati and Kittridge Duryea and Keenan Brotherhood At New game At 3 Boston 4 and Milli gan Radbourne and Kelly At Cleveland 6 Pittsburg 1 Gruber aud SutcliSe Staley and Quinn At game Chicago 11 Buffalo 4 and Boyle Cunningham and Mack second game Chicago 8 Buffalo 1 and Boyle Stafford and Mack Western At 9 Omaha 5 at Kansas game St Paul 3 Kansas City 19 second game St Paul 6 Kansas City 18 at Minneap 2 Minneapolis B at Sioux 6 Sioux City 5 Worlds Fair Executive Committee CHICAGO Sept Palmer at yesterday mornings session of the Worlds fair commission announced his selection of the executive committee The committee will name a director general and by virtue of its position will be the most important in connection with the exposition The committee is composed of thirteen Democrats and thirteen Re publicans and the western members are aa follows Euclid Martin Nebraska Reese K Price Kansas M B Harrison Minnesota A T Ewing Illinois W F King Iowa H P Platt Ohio and L H Hcrshfield Montana E B Martindale Indiana President Palmer will be chair man Tho salary of director general was fixec at 815000 per annum that of presideni and that of secretary 810000 President Harrltfoit at tfohnstown CBESSON SPKINQS Pa Sept dent Harrison yesterday morning received the Grand Army post of Tyrone Pa about 100 strong and then took trnin for Johnstown the scene of the awful liooc of last year Upon the arrival of the par ty at Johnstawn the mayor received the travelers and led them in a drive aronnc the town winding up on the top of the mountain whore a view of the fated val ley was had which called forth the ad miration of all Just below them on the mountain side the cemetery contain ing 700 bodies of unknown dead the sight of which affected all but none more than Private Secretary Halford whose wife and daughter had such a narrow escape on that fatal day Tha party arrived home about OHEADLE OBJECTS He Will Not Vote to a Democrat Unseat THE LANGSTONVENABLE CONTEST Illinois nave taus tar oeen out favorable results although extraor dinary efforts have been made chiefly with a view to utilizing the large amount of slack coal that now goes to waste The is the impurity of the Brings Out the Vlewa ot the Hoosler of the Inquiry into Commissioner Rauma Administration of tins Judiciary Committee on Kennedya Indi una Losing Kotes chief difficulty coal Sliver AdfHncinjF Again WASHINGTON Cmr Sept The direc tor of the mint was offered yesterday 519 000 ounces of silver bullion 328000 o which he purchased at the following prices Thirty thousand ounces at 411B25 50000 ounces at 50000 ounies a 1185 75000 ounces at SI 18823 and mOOO nt tl165 THE STATE BUDGET Infamous Traffic Discovered at the Capital YOTOG GIEL8 LED TO THEEB BTTOT DUNLAPS New Can Not Slltmln uiennedr WASHINGTON CITY Sept a meet WASHINGTON CITT Sept feat ing of the house judiciary committee yes ure of the proceedings in the house yes j terday it was decided to introduce a reso terday was the speech of Cheadle of Ini lutionexpungmgfromThe Record Kenne diana against the majority report in the j d3s 8Peech wi which he rippud up tha LangstonVenabla contested election case senate and censuring thu Ohio man for from the Fourth Virginia district He said that the Fourth district of Virginia was reliably Republican and it had been carried by the Democrats not because of the popularity of Cleveland or the unpop ularity of Harrison but because Of Re publican division It was a perfectly plain and natural element of fact that the Republican party in that district had been beaten solely by reason of irrecon Jay Goulds Pet Scheme Consummated CHICAGO Sopt Herald says that the Southwestern Railway and Steamship association is now be ing organized and that J F God dard in to become its chairman with headquarters probably at Chicago Ttd association will be formed of all lines from St Louis and Kansas City to the southwest This will oover the Missouri Pacific system Southern Pacific Hoes in Texas and Louisiana the Atchisoa prop erties in the southwest and a number of smaller roads The new association is pet scheme of Juy Gduld 0 P Hunting ton and Allan Manval of the Atchison system They Are Dotting Polnto from LONDON Sept young men at Tiptree County Essex attempted Tues day night to lynch a man and woman who were accused of sustaining illicit rela tions While tie mob was attacking the bouse occupied by the offending a neighbor fired upon the crovfd wounding five of the young roea and driving the others away The Switchmen Took H Day Off BUFFALO N Y Sept The switch mens convention held nOsesgion yesterday none of the committees being ready to re port The delegates went to Niagara Falls iu the afternoon on an excursion The HeckleM Portuguoe LONDON Sept The officers and orew of an English manofwar were hissed and stoned by a mob while landing at Lisbon and were finally compelled to reembark Secured a LONDON Sopt strike ot 1300 Sunderlaud miners tor seven hours as days work has ended in a rtotory for the men after lasting sixteen weeks Quarreled About w Hog ST LouisSept EveningChron Iclen Little Rock Ark special says Dr J H MoHenry a physician of wide lo cal 3eputation died Tuesday near Jack sonville from wounds received in a diffi culty with M C Jones a telegraph op erator The men quarreled about a hog the doctor being stabbed FOE OVER FIFTY YEARS this old SovereignRernedy has stood the j andDunham were immediately placedln test and stands today the best known I jail and Dunham told enough to im rftinedy for Catarrh Col i in the Head plicate Mrs Holden and Edwin Holden and Headache Persist in its use and herson Thsy too were arrested and it will effect a cure no matter of how a11 ware indicted by the grand Jury with long standing the case may be tne nbove result Sentence and date of For sale by druergists execution will not ba given until the 19th inst SealsKin of Wi Gush after the whsit can I give you darling to seal the vows which have passed between us Miss George dont you think a sacque would be very Texas Sittings A Practical Divorce Mrs hear yomhave stopped yonr proceedings for a divorce Mrs La yes tt isnt at all necessary now He has jnst got the bi cycle craze I never see Mm except at Urgently The Poef s I wish we had a big fierce dog The for my Zenotria The Poets keep the wolf from the In Fact There Waj No Parallel We have to go back five centuries for a parallel to thia cried the or ator And even then we dont find it Bazar cilable differences in the Republican par ty It had been a race division with all that such a division could imply in the south Doesnt Believe In Seating Bolters Speaking politically it would be sui cidal for the Republican party to seat a man who had led a bolt against the regu lar Republican candidate He proceeded to eulogize exSenator Mahone and to praise his ability in building up tha Re publican party in Virginia and predicted that if his leadership were followed Vir ginia in a few years would be as reliably Republican as was Vermont He was confident that there never could be strong and effective Republican party in the south until there were enough white men in it to make it strong and effective ReHUlt of Raising the Race Senator Mahone and the white men of Virginia had made the Republican party strong In that state nnd had secured the election of six Republicans to congress The contestant flying in the face of exist ing conditions had raised the race issue and the result had been that Virginia had now onlytwo Republican representatives Ignorance could not dominate and over rule intelligence The Republican party n tha south could not be built up on ne gro votes alone When Cheadlo con cluded lie was greeted with applause by the Democrats delivering it Superintendent Korter Overworked WASHINGTON CITY Sept Superin tendent of the Census Porter is quite ill of nervous exhaustion at his residence here caused his physicians say by over work REPUBLICAN CONVENTIONS Three New England States Ready for the Fall Campaign CLOSED THE RAUM INQUIRY The Investigation Winds Up with Some Sharp Verbal Exchanges WASHINGTON CITY Sept hones special committee investigating the charges against Ranm closed the business yesterday and will proceed to formulate its findings But one witness was exam ined and that was Mr Flemming the author of the charges which appeared in The Indianapolis Sentinel He said that Fitch told him he could furnish the names of seven pension office employes who had stock iu the refrigerator company among whom was Tanner Other information he got from six or seven reliable msn but he would not give their names Four of them were pension office employes Raum asked for their names but Cooper object ed saying that Rauui wanted to get even with them Kaum askedFlemming if he was not tryiu to get even with him Raum for recommending his discharge but Flemmiug denied this Held to Own Rule Here the general received an illustra tion of the adage that it i9 n poor rula that doesnt work both ways He pro ceedetj to question Flemming aboutaome real estate transactions the latter had been interested in but Cooper objected saying that the matter was irrelevant as going into Flemmiugs private business Raum said he wan ted to prove Flemminga rascal which remark was objected to by Lewis of the committee arid Raum with drew it Cooper said that if Raum was allowed to go into this sort of evidence he wanted a chance to show that men who lived in glass houses shouldnt throw stoneu to which Raum replied that Coop ers house wouldnt stand stoning The committee however ruled all such testi mony ouS Last Shot of the Skirmish Cooper asked Raum if he had not ob tained money from a certain bank on Lemons indorsement Riuim replied that he had not and wanted the bank offi cers called as witnesses The committ ee wouldnt hava it and no further evidence being offered the investigation was de clared at an end Doings in Congress Summarized WASHINGTON Crrr Sept house yesterday took up the LangstonVenable Virginia contested election case but did not finish it Notice was given on the Republican side that the previous ques tion would be called at 2 oclock this aft ernoon This house held an evening session at which a number of bills were passed chiefly railway rightsofway One of gen eral interest was the senate bill to trans fer the iveather bureau to the agricul tural department Tho senate worked on the calendar dur ing the morning hour passing a number of bills of little general interest One of he measures passed appropriates 533000 or a statue in this city of John Ericsson The remainder of the days session was devoted to the consideration of the bill to istablish a court to settle private land claims in the wes ern states and territo ries but without action on tha bill it went over Private pension bills were then taken up and eighty passed ia thirty minutes An Official Victimized WismiGTON CITT Sept Vaccarno superintendent of silk culture agricultural department has been vict imized to the extent by two of fellowcountrymen They represent ed themselves several days ago to be rich wine merchants of California and the hree men became great friends On the pretense of not having received a draft rom home with which to pay the charges on a lot of wine shipped to 1bem they bor rowed from Mr Vnccarno since which time nothing has been heard of them BOSTON Sept Republican state convention met here yesterday and nom inated the following ticket Governor J Q A Brackett lieutenant governor William H Haile treasurer George M Harden secretary of state William M i Olin attorney general Albert S Pills bury auditor J H Gould The platform indorses the national election bill and while conceding to worfcmgmen the full rigStof organizationdeclares that neither capital nor labor should not be allowed to violate law or practice violence or Intimi dation in any form or to any degree Pres ident Hwrrisons administration is fully approved as is civil service reform the McKinley bill and Speaker Reed Connecticut Republican Ticket Nsw HAVEN Coun Sapt The Re publican state convention yesterday nom inated Samual E Merwiti of New Haven for governor The remainder of the ticket Is as follows Gjorije Augustus Bowen of Woodstock for lieutenant governor George P McLean of Hartford for sec retary of state E Stevens Henry of Rock ville for treasurer and Lyman S Catlin ofBridgeport foe comptroller The plat form iixlorses tne national adrniniatra tion calls for the passage of the national election bill and is an orthodox Repub lican document all through New Hampshire Itepublicans CONCORD N H Sept A Tuttle was nominated iior governor yes terday by the Republican cousention of this state The resolutions thoroughly indorse the actions of the present con gress and demand tha passage of the na tional election bill mso indorse the poli cy of reciprocity MISSISSIPPIS CONSTITUTION The Convention Keicina Voting and toss of Population la Indians WASHINGTON Cinr Sept and southeastern Indiana show a large oss of population Of the sixteen counties omprising the Second census dtstrict nly three Bartholomew Clark and show an increase over 1880 In ther thirteen the loss ranges from n Brown to 3307 in Deairborn Other arge losses are Franklin 1745 Jefferson 54Tj Jennings 1831 Riplay 2289 The population of the fiistrict in 1880 was 307 41S in 1880 it is 301754 No Coking Coal In Illinois WASHINSTOX Cmr Sept 3ay the geological says All attempts at mating coke on an Convention Kevins Adopts Four Sec JACKSOX Miss Spt on the suffrage question was beguu yester day in the constitutional convention the question being on the udoption of report ol bhtt committee on elective franchise The report was taken up section by section and four adopted Ail atteuipta to amend were voted down Propositions were made for educational and property quali fications for restricted suffrage to women and all were rejected by votes of 77 to SO Qualifications lor Voters Section 1 provides that all elections shall be by ballot Section 2 is as follows Kv erymale inhabitant of this state except idiots insane persons and Indians not taxed who is a citizen of the United States 21 years old and upward who has resided in this state tvo years and ine year in the election district in which he offers his vote nnd who is duy registered as provided by section 3 of this article and who has never been convicted of brib ery burglary theft arson or obtaining money or goods under false pretenses shall be entitled to a vote after six months residence in the election precinct if otherwise qualified Must Pay a Poll Tax Section 3 provides for the registration of voters aid has nothing in ft particu larly interesting Section 4 provides that a uniform poll tax of is hereby im posed upon every male inhabitant in the state between the ages of 21 and 60 not persons who are deaf and dumb or blind The payment of the poll tax imposed is declared to be a qualification of a voter A long discussion resulted regarding sec tion 5 and amendment after amendment was offered and rejected and the conven tion adjourned at 6 p m without further action Charley Foater Nominated FINDLAT O Sept Charles Foster was yesterday nominated by the Republicans of the Eighth district as their candidate for congress The Republicans of the Fifth Indiana district indorsed John G Dunbar Union Labor candidate for congress Other congressional nominations First Second Fourth and Fifth Pennsylvania H H Bingham C H ONeill John E Key burn and A C Hnrmer Republicans Thirteenth Indiana H D Wilson Republican First Indiana James S Wright Republican Sixth Michigan Byron G Stout Democrat lien Batterworth Declines CINCINNATI O Sept Butterworth representative in congress from the First Ohio district has written a letter to a number of his constitue nta who had asked him to be a candidate for reelection in which hepositivelydeclines giving as one reason that he is obliged to tollow some pursuit which will enable him to place his family in circumstances of security against casualty or death Horrible Sight for a Son IBHFEMCJG Mich Sept F Johnson aged 55 was killed alaost in stantly at Lake Shaft Tuesday by a heavy log which was being hoisted by chains but broke away Johnsons 14yearold ton was standing a few feet from hii father and saw his fathers brains bat tered out before his eyes Be was crazed with grief and two men were required to kold him A Skillful Job of Bartlarr THE DALLES Ore Sept First National bank was robbed early Tuesday morning bnt the matter was kept quiet in order to allow the detectives to work on the case The concrete pier on which the vault stands was tunneled through and a hole drilled into the safe Tbe amount secured was The robbery was evi dently the work of experienced burglars and must bavn taken three to ac complish There is no clue to the rob bers Pony Wm It is an odd thing said the parrot fancier that Pollys syllables are gert BMST GrowinC Opposition to Toll quisition for a UiTOrMd Woman Who Stole Her Owu Romance of a Who Died at the Age ot i Troabla in fehelby viJle Explosion Sept have been issued to the police and detec tive fdaces to look out for n woman who Is now knowa to muke periodical visits to this city fbr tne purpose of enticing young girls from bomii presumably for immoral purposes She has made three trips heie within the oast six months and has taken seventeen girls whom she induced to leave with promises ot steady employ ment as suamstrasses aud hotiil employes The woman is described sis about 40 years always handsomely dressed and always stops at tha best ho tels On her erst trip to tnis slty she took six girls to Mexico On the second five to Bozemun Mont and her last trip was to Seattle Wash with six girls Out of the seventeen unfortunates fire were to be school teachers There is sufficient evidence in the hands of the officers to convict the woman they can effect hut arrest Movement Against the The movement in favor of the abolition of tollroads is growing throughout In diana Tiie last legislature enacted a law by which it is possible to free roads by a twothirds vote of the townships through which they run When the voters have expressed themselves in favor of abolishing the toll system the county commissioners are compelled to buy in the road In twelve or iifteen of the moat prosperous counties in the central part of the state every tollroad has been made free and iu nearly every county in tbe state the provisions of the law are being taken advantage of The testimony of farmers is that gravel roads are kept in better repair with the usual road tax than with the money expended by the companies owning them A Frtthers Fight for Hlg Child A fight for the possession of a child re sulted a few days ago in the issue of a requisition by Governor Hovey upon Gov ernor Fifer of Illinois for the arresi and return to Hendricks county this state of Mrs Rebecca Noyes charged with child stealing Mrs Noyes is the divorced wifa of Silas Jenkins of Hendricks countyaud the child in dispute is Mamie Jenkins aged 10years The couple were divorced five years ago The custody of the child was given to the father but the mother got possession of it and took it to Chicago where Jenkins followed her Habeas corpus proceedings brought by Jenkins re now ponding in the Chicago covirts WtlVI bACJK TO HloljHLUE Interesting Romance in the Life of a Very A ged Negro EVANSVILLE Ind Sept died here Tuesday morning Isaac col ored who according to the beat informa tion obtainable was ooru in Virginia in 784 In the early part this century Sice went into Kentucky a slave There he married and lived until I84K In that rear he and his wife after much consider tion deckled that tbe husband should run away and if it was possible Rice was to return or in some way assist his wife to freedom He succeeded and final y reached Canada where he stayed until he rebellion was crushed Her Second Was Unatonable He thenreturned to Indiana and as soon as possible went back to Kentucky o see il his wife still lived He made the rip alone approached the old neighbor lood and there found that his wife after waiting nearly twenty years for him had married another man Rica made him1 self known The second husband was a reasonable man and seeing that his claim to Mrs Rice was not good and that she bad innocently married him gave her up She was accepted again by the first husband and filially came to this city with him and here they lived to gether until a few years ago when she died Ulew the Owner 1OO Feet HAETFORD CITT Ind tion engine owned by George Fidler of this city exploded Tuesday with ter rific force The owner was blown a dis tance of 100 feet picked up for dead and carried home It was found that life was not extinct and he may get well Abram Bnrusworth a helper was badly cut about the neck and head The headsaw yer was also severely injured Parts Qt the boiler and hundreds of small articles were blown from 200 to 400 feet AND SILK and Winter Styles m ARE AGAIN WITH SlEClAi PHICKS ON H Jewelry Silverware And Spectcicles Use Hauks Glasses 25 years ex perience Make no Broadway P A PI A UK The Jeweler and Optician muugn money lor the purpow in advance the ritulftr December settlement Politics In a Church Bow SHELBWILLK Ind Sept Crim pastor of the Christian church was no tified by the trustees that his time would expire Sept 1 The cause of this notice was that the preacher voted the Prohibi tion ticket List spring The congregation objects to his discharge and has raised his salary for another year butthe trus tees refused to hire the minister The trustees were then requested to resign They refused and excitement runs high fo Crookedness In His FaUorc LA PORTE led Sept L Brown a loan and insurance agent of thui city failed in business a short time agci and was indicted by the grand jury for crim inal practice His trial on a charge of obtaining money under false pretenses was concluded Wednesday and jury rendered a verdict of acquittal There are four other indictments against Brown but the case just tried was the most ser ious the flatter Rna Too TLong LAPORTE lud Sopt suit com menced against exCity Treasurer Her man Elausheri estate for the alleged shortage in his accounts came up for a bearing at the present term of count and the ruling of the judge practically ends the case It is held iu substance that the whole matter is outlawed by the limita tion of time Freight JEFFECSUXTILLS Ind Sept Louisville Evansville and St Louis freight trains collided half a mile west of Mill town Ind Wednesday afternoon Brake man D W WJdner was caiaght between the engine and tender of the westbound train and instantly killed The engineer d fireman of the game train were injured Both engines and I cars were demolished Tlie track is re ported clear Pid if the Cmh Is There ISDIASAPOLIS Sept Oct 1 tbe officers and employes of the atate will paid their back salaries provided tbe can be induced to nnd to settlement State TrcniiurRr Leracke has issued aoaU to the crtuitics for state they have cu hand money aa Minors AVunl mi Atlviiicc There wasamass meeting of miners of the blockcoiil district hre Monday nighr ami resolu tions were passed ca ljng for an advance of 10 ceiiis iu Opposition was 1 SatB Vliuo Inspector Tis loe Worth Loit JEFKKKSCXVILLB Ind iHpt An iinaicnse ic raft ovrr 7000 IOKS nnd viilucil at nt Six Mile Island abrve this city broken loose by i he rising river aud in spite of all el forts carritifl over the fulls and down the river Notes Foriysixth In Dittcn scut broadcast to nearly tho whole of her friends and acquaintances It almost looked as if her visiting list had been used for this systematic diffusion of slan ders The detectives and experts em ployed by her solicitors hare been nnre in their efforts to trace the of fenders and I hear that a clew has at last been obtained If their suspicions are confirmed a criminal libel case of ex traordinary interest on both sides of the Atlantic may be confidently London World The Twentyninth diana volnnrocra begnn a reunion at Rwhester Wednesday nnd the Nineteenth volunteers met at New Castle The trial of Frauk Mingus for the mur der of his last February was begun at LuGrange Moudny J G Rockwell a wellknown citizen of LaGrange hanged himself Monday He was crippled by rheumatism aud despon dent A freight train on tbe Cincinnati Wa bash and Michigan railroad was wrecked near Sodus Tuesday by some telegraph poles falling from n car The Republicans of the First district have nominated for circuit court judge Maj H A MattUou und for prosecutor A J McCutchau The steamer Harvey was burned on the Ohio river at Bothlehum Tuesday The wore saved ABBREVIATED TELEGRA MS Chinese advices via San Francisco are to the effect that people have been made homeless ty the Yellow river flood Australian mail steamers are lying idle at their in Melbourne Tho dock men are on a strike and there Is no one to load them It is stated at Isbpeming Mich that the Escauaba Iron Mountain and West ern Railway company will build their line to Ishpeming at once Democrats of the ISiavetith Ohio con gressiona district Wednesday nominated J It Pattison llor congress The choice was made on tho 270th ballot The announcement is made at New York of the engagement of Mis4 Helen Newberry of Detroit to Harry Beecher the grandson of Henry Ward Beecher Mr and Mrs Gee of Normal Ills were found dead in their house there Wednes day morning It is thought they were as phyxiated by gas from a stove or ulse ate something poisonous for breakfast A pet dog belonging to Mrs P J Daley of Putnam Conn was painfully injured a few days ago whereupon he deliber ately walked into the river and held ud under water until he was drowned Two daughters of Samuel Soddert of Harriman Tennwilk on th tr c of te Bclt Line railway that place run down by a train and one killed ana the other budly hurt They were 12 and 14 ieitrs old respectively I dwnd LajgevJn of St Paul Minn deri Tuesday at the age of S3 years He weit to St Paul 11 he year 184U fnm Quebec anil opened a urocery store mane VOJOCO and bis lile wns devoted to laying up richer Jjsepb D Sot iiishatn re ently a preacher flailing cunt he could nom ke jtiougb money serving the Lord vtent nto the counterfeiting business at Kan kakee Ills and now is fast in the grip of Uncle Sams miaions of the secret service Because James Jamison was discharged from a government dredge boat at Du ll ique IH Monday he went aboard of hur Wednesday and after obstructing the m ichiiiery fired up tho boilers oo as to blow up the boat He was discovered but he knocked hia ciiflcoverer down and es caped His plan failed however A Com lag Society Event The announcement that Misg ilary A Tncker daughter of the late JSichard Sands Tncker is engaged has aroused a good deal of interest at Lenox Her fiance is Francis Julieii Symge of Eng land His father was a member of the British legHtion during Minister Cramp tons administration in this country about forty yeara ago The marriage will take place in the new Trinity church here in October The bride and bride groom will go to England to reside The wedding will lie one of the social erenfa of the season here The contracting par ties are well known among society peo ple who come to Lenox and many of Mr Synges friends will coma over to the Letter The Penecntlana coTvardly persecution of A Wealthy Dressmaker Mme Mary Ann Connolly has made dresses for all the wealthy women in New York and today site owns a valua ble corner on Fifth aveuua and three of the handsomest cottages in Long Branch cottages to which the Pullman and Drexel estates are not to be com and proof that making is a good paying business the possibilities of which are not appreciated bv tho iutelliffent wojnpn nf Vrttv who have their way to make in the York Letter The Weather We May Kipeot WASHISGTON CITV Sept The followtag areiiie weather iudl atluos for thirty irom 8 p m yesterday For Local showers tooler wtuds becoming northerly For Indiana and Fair weather fol lowed by light local rains warmer eonth easterly winds cooler Friday For MichlWi and Local rains warmer wttth er southeasterly THE MARKETS CHICAOO Sept IT On the board of trade quotation ta follows No 1 September opened and closed December opened closed luy opened and cloMd tLOB No t September opened eiowd October opened close1 47T4c opened 30JJ closed 50Mc No t Sep tember opened closed 97o October opened 384c closed 3Tc May opened MMe closed October opened closed January opened cloMd J1L97HJ May opened fli55 clotwd fUMU October opened iBJffX closed 9tO Live The following were tiu qaotA tions at the Union etock yards Market oponed active rind prices steady light roogh parking fSWa410 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