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   Logansport Pharos (Newspaper) - October 10, 1890, Logansport, Indiana                                LOGANSPOBT DAILY PHAROS YEAR FRIDAY EVENING OCTOBER 10 1890 NO 140 JOHN JOHN riitAva JOHN GKAVS WUrilfc JOHN OKAYS ON ew an d llran NVw ifrfiiK Liilfwl 1ricv Iriiluri iuir ofllif 1 in tJit IniMil KKXfi nxmi stairway inl IowiKt 11111111 1wlor iif ly lijr Mod No Troafcle to Show Goads Came A DOfANS lIEICA lioCSK WM JIJIAN OVK SKHT DNIY FRIDAY OCTOBER JOth Tin if Fi II El D STAIRS A of Money 1 the FuniiicHt aiil rnuHL Natural Mftini Writ I CM by u iilayir including Misn jnilit1 Kiiiind jru AHooker Ditniiy Mmiri nnd others A carninj of Sicnory nnil KllVctH The jrreut fcsL uml iiost thrilling ol Mie eunsatiorml scornH Tho Iron Mills at Wor Sliowiiur MntIiiiiry IJioin wiili StiUirmury PUimi Kiiyiiits ICrvclviiiir iul Icy IfiLihl Wurhiiiii yhntls ctt nil in tjpcni Ifon Prices as Usual M a ri a 1 AT 5 c 12thSt Druse Store FURMTURE TII LOWKsr Designs None hut Hie I5ust Aiiowoi to Leave our A FINE PIECE PLU G m TOBACCO BLAIN BY A MANIAC A Young New York Physician Shot to Death MAEY ASDEESONS LOVEES WOBK AMONG DEALERS THESE GOODS ARE ON THE MARKET IN ONLY ONE SHAPE 3x12 FULL 16 OZ PLUGTKE MOST CONVENIENT TO CUT IN POCKET CASRY WHOLE WL Mm a BROS Loalssille Sy Ho tiDMA a SftuuKhtttrfriK Eipoditlon uml SucremU hi Killing Dr Lloyd of County V InHfine Asy IlloOtZthirflfcy Lunatto Intont on of a Uoieen Wild to thu Celebrated Actress riurky 1urnult KEW YOHK Oct before 6 oclock Uirft James M Dougher ty tfielnHunu lover of Mary Anderson Nuvarru cntfrud thu oITtae of the Kings county Insane asylum and naked to se3 the wupirintemitmt Dr Fleming The fuuiJHUtnt MIerintendont Dr George F Lloyd him ns having escaped from tho asylum a fortnight ago and nought to ciigagu his attention Dough erty had a fonflcid rtvolvor in each hand thuin almont simultaneously and Dr Lloyd fell to the floor and instantly one bullyt lodging in his throat uiirl tho othur tho head On thu Hunt fur Another Victim DoughtMty then left tho aaylum and started fur tho Kings county hospital with tho avowed intention of killing Dr Ar nold ono of the euryeons there but for tunately that guntlemnn was out From the latter phco hts stepswere lost until ho was arrustud at tho New York terminus of tho brklLci ns ho wan alighting from a train and tikn to tho Oak streetstation His arrowt was due to Dr Edwin W Ash ford of City ono of tho spe cial unnniorators who was taking the cen sus of tho asylum at tho time of the mur der Tho Doctor Cuniiinil on IIIn Trail As Dougherty piussud Dr Ash ford in tho hall the young Wuahlngtoniun noticed that ho wiw romarkiibly cool He still hold tho revolvovs iu liis hanila and as he wont out of tho door he warned Dr Ash ford to keep biuk But Dr Aahford is a man of nerve and although un armed he determined to follow Dougherty aud have him arrested For nearly three quarters of a milo ho kept less than IL block behind tho murderer on n deserted road Every now and thuii Doughorty would stop point lily WLMtpon at his plucky pursuer and warn him buck But be kept right on when Dougherty resumed his flight wtickiny his pUtoU in his hip pockets The doctor conchulud that the murderer would return to New York uml sent word uhoad by a milkman A Fttrewoll Ttttor to Mrs Novurro On the very next train Dougherty came and was arrested Hu still had the two revolvers and in his pockets were a num ber of nmnuscrtpts anil several 1 utters Ono of tho letters was iuldreused to Mrs Mary AruicrsonNavarro and read Mv now bid you good byo 1 wish you all happiness You deeply wronged me but I understand the ex ten uat in LC circumstances and freely forgivo you lis ever thus 1 am hurt by those 1 lovo I no wish to leave you now Mary bo and true1 Thinks He Sou tattJr Another loiter ramblua incoherently about God nnd lovo ns follows I use the term itj to roprusout our God instead of ho or she an I do not think God sexual May bo in tho future phuso of existence this may be grantKiVl If there be mating in it I intend tobo iivful good to you Sometimes I was atruiit of you It was a 4oit of hero worship You were my hero ine auU are so yet 1 did love you if I Loved I Uatu In concluding Mury I ad vise you to study Spiritualism It is full of frauds This is human nature The other life U very noar to us 1 can hope to meet you thero I wish you would uttund to ny iniinustripts Thurj is no friend to take irUuivst in my discoveries and they would help the world if diffused I arose so poor and that nono takes note of thim Thtst the chillron my bcatn my orphan I would wish lo livu on and now farewell JlMMV Oct 1 1800 Wont to Kill or Ho Killed Others letters were addressed to hia mother Mrs Margaret Dougherty Olean N Y Mr LtnviH Spsuler Now York ami Charles C Ieiirson wardepart nionC Washington Cij Douglierty was confluud in tho county asylum twentytwo months ami escaped on Sypc It Is learned that last Thursday he bought two revolvers at 4J Bowiiry to kill Dr Fie and ho admitted nt the station house that he to Brooklyn to kill ami fully to be killed him self Ho also said that ho intended to kill ten or a dozen people beginning with Dr Flernlnu Dr Hoyt the secretary of the state charities boar1 was also to bo a victim Ho snuffed out the promising Ufo of young Dr Lloyd because Dr Fleming wasnt around Hull way Accident ixt Duluth TH Minn Got yes terday morning the Northern Pacific Short Liue train bound for West Supe rior collided with freight No 17 of tho St Paul and Duluth The engiro and several freight cars were demolished and one car capsized The most se riously injured of tlm passengors are John Rulnn leg broken aud badly bruised Jacob Simersou arm broken and A O Champagne badly cut about the head and left hand The South Pior ftt Chicago WASHINGTON Got delega tion from Chicago appeared boforo Assist ant Secretary of War Grant yesterday and prousod Against the leasing by govern ment oflrhu south pier in that cily The secretary informed the delegation that no applications for tho of the pier had been received by the department and that in such applications were re ceived interested parties would bo given a wo ISnikemeii Killetl lHfA Oct freight train wrts wncktil early yesturday morning on the New York division of the Heading railroad miles from hwru Two brakemen wero killevl and an engineer anil tire man injnreU The wreck caught lire and thirty curs with their tiontenta were consumed Dutoh Cihttle Etubargocd Oct importation of Dutch cattle into England has bison pro hibited owing to tho prevalence of dis eae atuonc the cattle of the Netherlands The trade was a small one compared with the American Nominated lor 5orK NEW YOIIK Oct Peoples Mu nicipal League Famcis W Soott for mavor An iDiurmcea itteer a Hacked Andrew Hippeumeyer 70 years of Madison Wtflnesdny and gored him fright Cully and fatally NEGOTIATING FOR PEACE nnd Brotherhood Magnntes Foregathe r In New York NEW YORK Oct of the National League were present in large nciaibcra at tha Fifth Avenue hotel yes terdny From 9 oclock Wednesday night until after midnight A G Spaaldlns and John B Day of the League and Al John son W Goodwin and Ed Talcott of the Brotherhood were closeted In room 439 of the Fifth Avenue hotel The matter was then thoroughly discussed but no action Wiia taken Mr Spaulding is authority for the statement that all were satisfied that something must be done and that soon for the benefit of the game and the capitalists who have their money invest ed The League magnates went Into ex ecutive session at p m A TrJpnrtlte Committee The action taken during the exocTitive session was to appoint Spalding Day and Byrne a committee to confer with similar committees already appointed from the Brotherhood and Association and report thu result as soon as possible The three committees immediately met and numer OUH plans for conciliation were discussed but nothing definite was agreed upon The joint committee passed a resolution agreeing that between Oct 9 and 20 no negotiations or contracts will be entered into with any player by any of the clubs The conference committees will meet again Ocb 2i Looks XJke SottUng the War IlTTSUUKO Oct wero taken yeaterdiy to bring about a conference bs twuen tho Brotherhood and National league It was In a telegram by Presi dent McAlpin of the Brotherhood to President McCallin of the Plttiiburg Brotherhood club which read as follows Cun we have Pittsburgh consent to the appointment of a committee of three to confer with a similar committee from the league looking ton settlement of the present base ball war President McCalliti wired Pittsburg extends its consent to such a movement REVISING THE CONFESSION Wide Diflorencea of Opinion Devollopod in the Committee PlTTSBfRO Pa Oct meeting of the committee on the revision of the Westminster confession of faith was devoted to consideration of the itrhird fourth Fifth sixth and seventh chapters No formal action has been taken and it is not now likeiy that there will be a vote at this meeting of the committee The members were permitted to discuss mat ters freely yesterday The opinions ex pressed differed as widely as thoao of the synods they represent It is feared this will cause confusion when action is taken Views from tho frofibytwries Expressions on section 3 of article 3 reading as follows By the decree of God some men and angels are predestin ated unto everlasting life and others fore ordained to everlasting death wero re ceived from thirtyeight Presbyteries Three favored omissions ten revision nine insertions of various kinds and six teen the omission of the last clause When chapter four was reached a num ber of scientific papers were read asking for the elimination of the clause that the earth was created in six TUO opinion seemed to prevail that the six days mentioned in the Bible refers to six periods of time and the section will probably be changed to express that idea The Cougrngittional Creeil MINNEAPOLIS Minn Oct the second days session of the American bonrd tho report of the conimitEee of nine which had been anxiously nrwaited waii read Chairman Walker said it was entirely incompatible for the board to prepare articles of creeds for young men who were candidates for foreign missions Thu present system should be modified ami the candidate given a chance to state in his own language what he believed and secondly be nsked if he had auy views thnt were at varienco with the board RELATIVE OF PETER WILKINS Ail Elcctricul Story That Would lUiiho Edison TVoop Probably NEW YOKE Oct Talbot Wilkins an amateur farmer of Westohoster coun ty has recently made some very interest ing experiments in farming by electrici ty Mr Wilkins took up the subject of electrical farming with enthusiasm He bought a small battery and before be planted his onions he gave every onion an electric shock His iadish seed Tom Thumb pens butter beans Hubbard squash turnips and cabbages were treat ed in the same way The result was that his garden was green and growing a month before anybody elses garden was in sight Wilkins Too Modest The particular pride of Mr Wilkins garden was thecabbago He used to take hLs visitors out to walk around the largest cabbage in his garden and admire it It was about as large as H small stack of hay and crisp nnd tender Mr Wilkins refuses to make any public statements yet about his experiments in growing crops by electricity and remains very ret icent about it But it is understood that the experiment on his little farm has been very successful and that many of the amateur farmers oE Westchester county are going to raise their crops by elec tricity Wouldnt Admit Evidence TirrEUABY Oct The case of Har rison ngainst the police for assault at the opening of the DillonOBrien trial was begun nnd ended yesterday Tho testi niany ngainst the police was direct and tha witnesses swore that there was no reason for the officers to use their batons that they outnumbered the civilians who were perfectly peaceable Healy then called for some photographs of the fracas but the judges refused to admit them as evidence and Healy theu withdrew the cases and left the court room The egro Lingo ludlcted CAMDES N J Oct The coroners jury yesterday held the negro Francis Lingo responsible for the death of Mrs Miller whose body was found in the woods near here recently The case has created great excitement The testimony was ail circumstantial but very dam Tlin IVruther We May Expect WASHISOT X CITY Oct The following ie the weather indications for thirtysljt viur from S p m yesterday For Indiana ami II inois Fair weather except rain in the northeru portions winds shifting to north westerlj cooler on Saturday morning For Meliitrui Rain except preceded by fair vent ier insoutheast portions winds shifting ki nortlwgaslerlj coldsr Saturday niiht For Wisconsin Colder weatHftr northwesterly wiuds r iu Saturday For Iowa Fair weather preceded by rain in eastern portion coider northwesterly winds A Chicago policeman arrested a goat Wednesday aud booked fche billy for at tempted burglary disorderly conduct and resisting an officer The goat was caught rying to butt his way into a barber shop and had to be taken to the station in a yatrol wagon The officer also wanted fhe animal charged with carrying con cealed weapons MVITTS BLAST His Latest Bombardment of the British Tories SERIES OP SENSATIONAL Uncle Sums Mail Tampered with m Or der to LHilude Irishmnu Into Dynamite Pinkertons Declared To Be Comments on the Sen sation by People on This It In False and Vancott That It Was Impossible Oct Davifcts pa per yesterday contained a long article of the series be annouucod some time ago by which he proposed to prore that the dynamite outrages in England were con cooted by the British government for po litical purposes In the article referred to he attacks Mr HoareBritish consul at New York He declares that Hoare in 1883 sent James McDermott from New York to Montreal for the purpose of gettiag up a dynamite agitatioa in that city and supplied him with money and means to carry out Ins purpose that Hosre com municated with Dublin Castle about the time that MoDermott started and askefl the home government to request the Ca nadian government to facilitate the performance of the work which McDer mott was to carry out and that the Do minion governmot refused to do so The Pinkertons Also Involyed He charges Hoare with having at the present moment in his employtnenfc Bob Pinkerton in New York and W Pinker ton in Chicago who at a costly sum to the secret service fund manufactured any number of secret conspiracies against England in America He charges Hoare with having in 1883 employed one Matt OBrien to outer the service ofthe post office in New York in order to tamper with the letters going through the post office and that through Hoares influcnto with a federal postoflico official rmmea Newcombe OBrien had free access to the boxes OBriens Alleged Operations Davitt snya he can prove that OBrien opened letters by the scoro and wrote let ters to Irishmen in New York which pur ported to come from Fenians and dyna miters In St Louis and Chi cago and that he atamped these bogus letters so as to make the recipients believe tticy were communications which came through the posfcofHco He says he is pre pared to prove that the beginning and the end of tht Cork Liverpool and London dynamite conspiracies of 1883 was James McDermott and the money expended by him for the purchase of nitreglycerine was given to him for that purpose from the secret service EVERY CHARGE REPUDIATED Hilly rinlkorton Suys There la Truth Jii and Vunoott CHICAGO Oct 10 Billy Pinker ton was shown the charges made by Michael Davitt he read the article care folly and then said It is utterly false from beginning to end It is a pure fab rication so far as we are concerned We have never had any connection with this wing of detective work We frequently act for the Kriglish government in crim inal such jis forgeries and mur de TS under instructions from Scotland Yard officials but in frisk mutters never We have never been are not now and never will be connected with these Irish troubles I do not know the man Hoare said to be British consul at New York The whole thing is a huge falsehood A Crusher from Vancott Nrw YOKK Oct Van cotfc says ot the Micliael Davitt charges that one OBrien opened letters in the New York postofnce in 1863 that such a thing was impossible There was a pri vate detective named Newcombe employed in the postoffice about the time mentioned by Davitt but he had never heard of any such charges being brought against him lie did not remember any such man as Matt OBrien Consul Hoare s Comments Consul Hoare characterized the charges as absurd He said The idea of her majestys consuls being concerned in any thing like an outrage on the British gov ernment is too absurd for discussion I decline to enter into any discussion of such matters with the Irish editor As to this mnn McDermott I have never seen him nor have I ever communicated in any way with the postoOSce to in this article The charge is absurd and without the slightest foundation THE BANISHED GRENADIERS A Report That They are In Bad Health The Queens Solicitude LONDON Oct sympathy is aroused in London by the published state ment from Bermuda that the second bat talion of the Grenadier guards who were exiled to that island for insubordination are being ravaged by disease They were great favorites with the public and considerable indignation is expressed against the government for failing to properly protect the health of one of the finest battalions in the British army The government has no confirmationoE the report Victoria Makes Inquiries The quceu is much disturbed by the reports of fatal illness among the grena dier guards at Bermuda She sent her private secretary Sir H F Ponsonby to the foreign office twice yesterday to de mand the latest news on the subject Up to last evening however Lord Salisbury had received nothing from the island Unique Gift to Geu Clarkson WASHINGTON CITY Oct Clark son last night was the recipient of a unique and beautiful present from the employes in the office of the first assist ant postmaster general The present wan in the shape and form of a solid silver en velope enclosing a solid silver twoleaf tetter with the engraved signatures of a hundred employes of the first assistants office Pennsylvania Coal PITTSBURG Oct miners of the Monongahela district will demand an in crease of K cent per bushel this month If the operators refuse the demand a itrike will ensue which willjaffect 6000 miners FJtice Ceiisus or Gotham NEW YORE Oct police census enumerators have turned in 869 of tha election district returns forthis city the j figures aggregating 1516231 There are j still fortyeight districts to be reported j IA Grippe at BArlington la Ook grippe j has struck this city again A number of BoriingtoD people are down Two deaths j from the disease are reported THE PRESIDENTS TOUR Welcome at cidents of the Visit OTTCMWA la Oct president party reached this place at 8 a m yester day after a good nights rest The city turned out almost en masse to meet him and the boooiof cannon added volume to the vociferous character of the greeting He was met hero by his brother JohnS Har rison a real estate dealer in Kansas City who will accompany him to that place and was entertained part of the time while here by Mr J P Devins who married his eldest sifter At Mr Devins home the ipresiden t took breakfast Tins DHJS Proceedings Governor Boies was in town to meet the president and at 10 a in escorted him to the coal palace inside and about which unitque and beautiful building had assem bled about everybody residing here with thousands from the surrounding coun try The welcome was hearty and the cheer that arose as the party appeared was something to remember Governor Boies accompanied the president to the speakingstand and with a few graceful and fbiicitoua sentences introduced him to the audience whicb again broke into cheers as he arose to address them Prebitlfiit Hiirrisoiis Address The presiduntd speech was quite long and was frequently cheered He highly pruiued the ingenuity brought to tho con struction of the coal palace and said the lesson of it was that ID showed how much that is artistic and graceful can bo fovmd in the common things of lile He paid a tribute to American hoiualife which he paid was kinder more helpful and more benignant tljiui elsewhere and added that the homes were Ihp strength of our institutions He congratulated the peo ple Cf Jowa upon the prosperity of which evidences ware nil around him and re ferred to ihe progress in nwchauica and science during the past fifty years sug gtadng that we arc yet but upon the threshold of discovery and inventive ge mma A Co HI Water Argument While in the midst of bis speech the president was interrupted by tho noise of a fountain which had been started through so mo mistukeand nearly drowned his voice He remarked that ho liad spokun ugaiust a brass band often but had never pitted his voice againac the roar of Niagara The water having been turned uif In went on to say that it was tacitly understood that no politics should be introduced on these occasions and 1 think that all of us have good cause for grits van ces against tho Prohibitionists for interrupiug us with this argument for cold water Laughter and applause Closing Kvuiittt of the Day The other members of the party wore then introduced and inure speeches made and that the tour of the palace took place tljSe president showing thu liveliest exhibition He then re tired to hia cur which was soon sur rounded by a great throng clamoring for a speech The president responded by thanking the peopiu for their spontaneous welcome and saying that sucli greetings gave him courage in a world which was often wearisome and full of worry and helped him to bliuvj tiiat the voices of complaint sometimes about him did not reflect the true feeling of the people lepm lure from Ottumwu The members of the ptrly were enter tained during the evening tit different res idences thepresident and Secretary Hal fort goiujr tc the home of W U Feltoo an olt triuul and fanner resilient of In dianapolis tie re alter dinner the rest of the pnrty and an informal ception was held LutLr they repaired to the coal palace and a pub ic reception took plucu the president shaking hands with tlits women and chil minrly au hour At p in the reception and twenty minutes lutet the presideuiial train wus off for St Joseph Mo THE HORROR AT DUPONTS Ghastly Collection of Hiiinitn Kemmints Teamster Missing WiLMiNGTCX Del Oct Seven buck ets full of the ghHst ly remnants of sis of the men killed by tho explosion at Du ponts powder works have been picked up A part of a face and head supposed tube Dooms was found twenty feet up in a tree and other portions of human bodies on the other side of the Brandy wine A common funeral will probably bo given to these remains It is now stated that a teamster named George Lutton who with his team of four horses wad about the powder yard just previous to the explosion has not been aeeu binco neither have his hordes A Drunken Duaturtl Kills iTOXS Id Oct IU night near Clarence IaM a young imm named Matthias drove to the house of Johnson Stears a farmer and invited tho latters daughter to take a drive She refused and her father ordered Matthias from the premises Matthias then drew a revolver and fired first at titears and then at a brother of the girl rnUsing them both Then he shot himself through the breast inflicting fatal injuries Matthias was intoxicated Redemption of 4 12 Cents WASHINGTON CITY Oct Windom last evening issued a circular announcing that until further notice the bonds of the per cent loan of 1391 will be redeemed with interest to Aug 31 1891 on presentation at tho treasury depart ment In Washington City Bonds for warded for redemption should be ad dressed to the Secretary of the Treasury division of loans etc and the registered bonds should be assigned to the decretary of the treasury for redemption Cruslied to H Shapeless Mans CINXLNNATI O Oct morning Henry Burning engineer at Say lors brick works while oiling the cogs of an immense hopper used in making pulp was caught by the machinery and crashed to death His body was a shapeless mass when found by the other workmen half an hour later Beraiug was 30 years old and leaves a widow and four children A Big Cat In Bates Minn Oct Sat urriaythe Soo road will make a rate via the North German Lloyd line from New York of 337 and via the AJlen and Domin ion line from Houtreal and Portland of 133 This is a reduction from the regular rate from Minneapolis of 815 This action by the Soo ia due to alleged rate catting by other rotiuis New Industrial Enterprises South BALTIMORE Manufactu rers Record reports the cloiingof a conj tract for the construction of large sUMl works including three furnaces rolling mill eta at Tredgur Calhoun county Ala to employ whea completed over hands a large tinplate mill to be built at Save make Va a rolling mil at Cardiff Tenn and a company is tn establish manufacturing enterprises at Roanoke Va THE STATE BUDGET Two Race Records Broken at Terre Haute NELSON QOES HIS MILE Df 14 And Hal Pointer Smaahes Time by Re cording Remarkabe at a Reunion Successful Case of Skin Grafting to Suicide by Setting Up a Murder Description TFRPE HACTE Ind Oct 15 000 persous cheered themselves hoarse when the great stallion Nelson under the wire and it was known that for a sec ond time he had broken the worlds trob ting record The horse was driven by his owner C H Nelson and went tha half mile nt a gait making the mile in the fasttst mile ever made under like conditous trotting against time without running Other horses have benten the tlmfi notably Maud S who did Che mile lu but shu had a running raate Tim facing Record Broken Another worlds record was broken in the free torall pace purse Hal Pointer in the 3rst heat made the fastest mile ever maila in ti race covering the mile in the remarkable time of Hal Pointer is owned in Buffalo He won the race in three straight heats making the remarkable titnd and These are the fastest three hunts ever made in a race and tho aYeraao beatg the worlds racing record B B who was second in the race made tha mile in The other race vras won as follows Fouryonrolcl for win ner in three last houba best time Mattio H second THE CHRISTIAN CONFERENCE The at Marion Over Churcli Reunion Ind Oct humlretl delegates were in attendance at the Amei icun Christian conference Thursday The most important Bubject considered was Church the most interesting feature was the return to the conference of tho southern wing which broke away on account of sectional differences The widow of Dr Summorhlll one pi oueers of the church was crffTeii to the platform by Dr Long audprcHanted as the only survivor present of the couvfeu turn in Cincinnati in 1S54 when the southern Christinas withdrew She Welcomed Them Back This aged mothwr welcomed the south ern members back to tho fold and thanked God that she had lived to see the chasm bridged The greatest excitement followed Men from tho north grasped their southern brethren Ly the hand while tear3 ran down their cheeks Then they all united in singing Bleat Be the Tie that Binda Gave Ilim a New Skin Oct strange case of a man flayed alive and afterward pasaiug through an ordeal of unparalleled experiences has been brought to public attention here by the recovery of Wesley Kellur u wood worker who fell into a steam vut at the Indianapolis Veneer Works two mouths ago His ftesu was cooked and the doctors decided that there was only one chance in a thousand of having liis life Hayed by removing the skin from his bodjr this was done He was peeled from head to foot Frogs skin was on aa the dead was removed The operation has proven a complete success and the man has recovered sufficiently to be able to return to work They Skillful Counterfeits MADISON Ind Oct time since a gang of counterfeiters operated In this siiction headed by Miles Ogle and a man named Falk Tbe latter was ur rested and sentenced one year ago to eight years in the Ohio penitentiary Ogle was arrested a few weeks ago and more re Gently a man named Orin was arrested as one of the anil now awaits trial before the United Slates court ut Louis ville Falk has confessed and was taken in handcuffs to a point several miles above Madison where he pointed out the hidden platea from which were niadu those celebrated counterfeit and SIO bills wliich puzzled the sharpest bankers Old Fogy Enough to Wed MAKTINSVILLE Ind Oct Stanley and Miss El ma Maxwell members of what U known as the Old Fogy Quaker church of Plain field were married in the church Thursday in the presence of a large concourse of people using the Quaker ceremony Tbe meet ing which Lasted one hour was a silent one not u word being spoken until the announcement was rrmie that the parties were at liberty to take tho marriage vow which they did ut ouce Had Himself Decapitated MusciE Ind Oct 10 Will iam hjbumm a printer on The Muncie Times laid down oil the Big Four track martialina this county and was decapi tated by a freight train He took off coat vest and hat and rolled up his sleeves aid down outside the track with his neck on the rail holding head so it would pass under the He leaves a wife and eight children in destitute circumstances Hu wad driven insane by setting up the descriptiou of a mnrder case Three Crooks Disposed COLUMBUS Ind Oct Stan ton who Chicago is his and Joseph Shepherd a partner who claims Pittsburg as his residence came before Judge Keys Wednesday and to a charge of horse stealing entered a plea of guilty and were each sentenced to two years in the southern prison Ambrose Dobson OD a plea of guilty to stealing a gold waLcti was given one year New Coal Company at Brazil BKAZIL lud Oct 10The D H Da via Coul company has just been incorporated with a capital stock of The fol lowing are the stockholders D H Davis president C E Wilson secretary G K Dickson treasurer P T Luther J T Hurby all of Brazil The company haa purchased a new shaft at Ashervlllo and will bgin operations at once Hoovler News John Mozetter well known as the old est blacklmith in Jay county took mor hine with suicidal intent Wednesday e will die Captain Newton H Baker died at hit home in Wabash aged 74 years He was one of the earliest Mttlera and one of the first captains on the Wabash and Erie canal aod afterward owned a Has of packets GOT Fifer of Illinois hai to nod a rftqol sltlcn on GOT Horey for the extradition of Louis H Jackson who U held at diaxiApolis and is wonted at Alton for grand larceny Tbe ateto SILK ALPACA UNDERWEAR AND GLOVES Largest Variety Lowest Prices DEWENTER PREPflRE FDR WINTER By Ordering Your OVERCOAT OR SUIT I S CRAIG Merchant Tailor Quality of Goods and Workmanship the best to be had Our aim is always to please No misrepresentation for Infants and Children is so well adapted to children that I recommend itoa superior to any pnifirivjjtiorA known to me H A ABcmn SI D Ill So Oxford St Brooklyn H Y CM cnrcs Colic CoMHpnUon Sou r Stomach PiarrhoeA Eructation KM I Worms gives sleep and di gestion Wit jout Lujurloui i Tin CENTjuin COKPANT 77 fiurray Street S Y has arranged to Imve 1cnsum Commis sioner Kaum deltvrr five speeches in thi fth ludmna district the home jf Cou gressinan Copper ANGRY WOMAN WITH A GUN Slio FilU a Full of Shot KHfMOH Treat Commotion ATCIIISOX Kan Oct Plurn mcr thu wifu of the prominent physician of Muscotah created a sensation last night by filling Dr J E Martin a drug glut Tull of shot for selling whisky to her husband She was afterward atoned and otherwise punished by Martins clerk She was but her husband went her bail Martin tried to shoot in selfde fense but WHS too excited to usa his weapon The extent of his injuries is not known ABBREVIATED TELEGRAMS Light snow fell at intercuts Thursday at Sisson Cnl Narcisse Litroquo is under arrest a Cumberland On on a charge of having murdered two school girls The Count of Paris and party were at Fortress Monroe Thursday and at Rich mond Vn later on the same day Arba Watonnan hai been selected lo flll the vaiuicy on the appilhiti court bench in Chicago caused by the resigna tion of Gwyn Garnett Annie Leinarl and Kittie Kerucll two liough women of Chicago have held up seven men iu that city within the pait ten ilnys obtaining about ifoOO The Morning Times of Kansas City Is now publishing two papers both daily the first edition of The Erening Times having appeared Thursday An explosion of dynamite took place at the Rosario gold mine seventy miles from Mazatan Mexico which blew to atoms one American named and nine Mexicans The superior court of Lynn Mass bag issued an injunction against the Cutters mion of that city restraining them from Interfering with nonunion men who have taken their places The statement that the French govern ment bad complained of the semiof ficial given di Paris upon his arrival at New York it positively denisd by Secretary Blaine The auit prosecuted against the Vander bills by the Pullman company to prevent tho former from using on its roads patented veetibule nas been decided in favor of tho Pall man company The following named national banks have been authorized to commence busi ness Gree ley National bank at Greeley Colo capital 50OOO First National bank of Aransias Pass Tex capital J C Tiet jens the wealthy proprietor of thu Tietjjns wagon and wiadmlli manu factory at Lyons La was found dead in the road Wednesday morning He had been thrown from his buggy and his neck broken A rumor was carrent Thursday that the president would call congress together in xtra session in November Private Sec retary Halford aaid that the rumor was uufouidjd as no such decision hiid been arrived at Rev David Spargeon Perry 93 years was in the Kings county Y court of sessions Thursday charged with honestealing He has been favora bly known for his many benevolent works and ie to have stolen the horse to drive to Philadelphia and apply for ad mission to the home for aged ministers SERVE AND BRAIN IfiEATHIEfiT I CTsefnl napkin rmgs are made by I crocheting them out of old gold macrame I conl and aru made glossj and stiff by an application of varnish Work baskets waste paper baskets arid whisk broom holders are aJl durable snd pretty made in this way and brighkmed by bows of ribbon l Apt nia Jlu r fr jtnt by mail pr p A Ill culi union lor lx will ntamntu to rinni1 if the trwumonl falls DR G W Homeopathic1 Physiciam j 10 IthiSt Over Urn Jewelry Store Ordinance n ordinance nrovldlnj for the Improvement of f idcwHlkfc in the city of LoraiifiporU Section I Jv shall unlawful for any prop only owner or tho occupant of any pro porty v iihln the city to maintain and keep in front of his lot or lots u sidewalk in a broken im ordanjforruH conditfon Sec 2 Any person violating the provhrf one of Mjction 1 phall on convictfou tclore this Mayor IK fined in any mun not exceeding ten dollars Each day the sidewalk fs maintained in the 1orbldden condition shall constitute Mfoundft for additional prosecution aod oon v lotion Provided that beloro any prosecution s mil I Hi maintained it shall lx established that t ic Marshal or a jKIfee ollleer served upon Uie otrcndinir party a notice und rejulrcment to theHirlcwalk ec t Siiirs nmy be Instituted against both un owner aud occupant where they HFC not the H irne person butcither shall be liablo to the renalty for the violation of this ordinance Sec 4 The owner of any lot or part of a lot in wild city shall within twenty after notice so to do proceed to re air the in trontof his or her lot or part of a lot an re quired ard within the time cpeciflod In such notice which ehail ie made with the material and in the manner nxiulrod the ordiuances city now In force or h re oJtcr prcscrlblntr the material to be UHCO ami the manner In which pidcwalkft shall Tstved on sucb street or alley 5 In ol cases when tho owner of iriiy such lot or part a lot fehali full or refuse wftlifn thu time prrv Bcribe i In he Ith section of ordinance to make such rei uiris and in ihc manner prc scrilwJ it shall be duty of the Street of said jty an order of tJic Co in in m of city tt wj doto make i such repair or repairs at the oet of euch owner or which cost and ehuil i be oy said Cornrnieeloner reported to Jrhe rnjn Council of eaid eityand by maid O uncil if found correct ehall owner or owners of gaid lot or part of lot aod shall he collected by eaM city in an actlijti against such owner or owners before tlio Mayor of said as other 4tbtn are d in actions uncer the Statute of the State of In d Ian a or by enforcing a lien as hereinafter provided ayamfit such lot or part of a lot tioc U failure to collect the and expense of such repairs hereinbefore pro viderf the same may be enforced In any court of record In county Jndlana ftfratngt the lot or part of lot in front of which repairs were made by filintr a complaint ajralnet tbo owner of such lot or part of lot as in an action to enforce a vendors Join at common law which coinplaf t shall nllcjre and forth u copy of the notice to such owner to make such repairs a copy of the report of the ooet arid of such repair as reported by the Street Com m use kmcr to toe Common Council a copy ol the oiIeroflthe Common Council eewfOK puch coet and expense agajnet the owner a copy of uhn Buch owner for such cost and expenee if been obtaioed with Che thereof with an alictmtion that JutJproent has not been oaW or if part has been paid stating the amount yet due or In case no judgment has been stating the amount or sucb cost and expenses then remainingunpaidwith prayer that the court find the amount of fiich cost and expenses for which lot or pan of lot is liable and adjudge it a Ida against the same and that the same or ao much as may be necessary to pay the amount so found due with aUcoetis in case the aawe m dirisable be sold by the Sheriff of county as other property Is gold oil execut4on to satisfy the Fame with alt and accru ing cjgte and Ef not tsaWc that VJK be sofd Sec 7 Any persovi whose real estate shell sold tinder the porvision of this ordinance who wait under legal disability at the time of Bale except married women diefctiiucy laonly coverture shall have two yewrs to den after such disability is removed the payment of ten pet cent per annum on the amount for which said property wu sold from the day of Kile until the day ofredemption Sec 8 Hiia ordinance ehali be En force from and after tt Pdncd by tbeCoanmon Cotmcil iTUi 4ar rseptetobcr 190 fri94t W F CVLUEF Attest JOHS J TAtWAJtraty   

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