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   Logansport Pharos (Newspaper) - October 11, 1890, Logansport, Indiana                                LOGANSPOBT DAILY PHABOS 16TH YEAR SATURDAY EVENING OCTOBER 11 1890 NO 141 IX DEATHS GKASP Justice Miller of the Supreme Court Stricken ON PALSIED IK SIGHT OF HIS HOME an No Traanls ta Show Goads Come ST 1 t i r j URL Our Xoni IniC Workmanship Allowed to our rson SODS Material 12thSt Drue Store SURE CURE FOR CATARRH FOR OVER FIFTY YEARS this old iSoviTfi jnKfiuedjiiasstood the test and stiinds todiy tlie best known remedy for 1aUrrli Colclln the Head smil Headache Jfrsist in its use and itiviUcITect a cure no matter of how long standing the case may be For sale Ly Uruagists HOVE AHO MM TREIiTMEHT i jr HvtfTii Kits NotMltrln WiUv i i l 1 I iiil t rr Ap Lww wf Iowr ir S Mnt mail prjM il lvs will MmJ I v ii i ho triMitnent Iaila iu REASONABLE PRICE IFYOU ARE LOOKING FOR AN EXTRA SWEET PIECE OF TOBACCO I rroritrutcd liy tliw Treacherous Knemy I Croflhliig tho Street lie Makes I n ISrave Against thfl Inovita but Fill Is H is Whole Ieft ShliIuraljrxtid but Little j Change In the tuHVriT at LiUdHt Etiiporta l Cm Oct F i Miller senior associate jus tied of the j United Si HiinreniB court woastriekeu j w i t h pnralysis about 2iO oclock yesterday after I noon while waik on tin street and his condition is very critical Justice Miller iv a s reluming frim Capitol and liad j aliahtei from u SAMUKL K street car at Thomas Circle when he first experienced a numbness in bis luft side WHS within IU yards of his rehiiiencc ami real his trouble endeavored to roach it by quickening Ins pace Hirf left leg refuse i to perform Its function and becFinui itiore and more useless This numbness finiilly extended to the entire left aido A Mighty Struggle with Fate The justice a nmu of determination with a mighty effort attempted to drag hhriHelf along Ho perhaps would have Kuccuudod but at this point he had to crass a street car truck paved with cobble stones Upon theso ho stumbled reeled and almost full He recovered himself however and seemingly aware of up proachiny unconsciousneHs again put for ward an effort to reach his doorway now only twenty yards distant Unconscious ness overcame him however at this mo ment and upon the rnugii cobblestone of the carriageway leading to his residence tho justice fell his whole leftside paral jzeij lie fell upon his face which was badly cut by the rough stories Curried Into His House All this time his bodyservant had stood fa thu doorway not noticing that Justico Miller was approaching and not until the justcu full was ha aware of hia pres ence He immediately hurried to hia as sistance and with the help of others lift ed Justice Miller up the terraced steps lend ing to his residence When picked up he was totally unconscious After being conveyed to his room ho partially regained conscious and later oil after the physicians who had been summoned had administered medicines ho wholly re covered consciousness His left side however still remained numb arid his left limbs were useless Hut Littlo Hopo of Recovery His articulation while it could be uu deratood WHS thick and heavy Ho is now resting easily but a return of tho paraly tic stroke ut any moment may carry him air He seems to realize us do his fam ily his precarious condition HU physi cians Urn Lincoln and Cook hold out bnt little hope of recovery Hia son Mr S F Miller Jr said to the United Press representative that of tho ad vanced age of his father the family en tertwined but liule hupo of his recovery Paralysis he said ran in the family and an tiuut on bis iatiicid side had died of it Hiy father iirul always feared and at times had had premonitions of his ap proaching filtO Ilia First Slroko Tlie fact that this was tbe first stroke lout flomo little hope that his fathers life might bo spared for several years to come Alt the i1 and Into into the night friends crowded the msidemw inquiring us to Justice Millers coiul it ion Justice Miller was born in Uithmond Ky April 5 IS UK In IStW WHS appointed by Pres ident Lincoln justice of the United States suprume court In K Critical Condition At n late hour lust night Juitico Mil lers physicians report his condition 119 extremely critical The paralysis of the leftside still prevailed He was conscious but the physical and mental failings no ticed during the last few hours were such as to justify tho most alarming fears for his recovery latest bulletin from the bedside of Justice Miller rtports uo change in his condition lie was resting easily Portugal In Still Kicking PoRTLUAL Oct have been received from the East African coast that Purtuyuoso gunboats have formed a naval cordon across thu mouth of thu Zuuftosl rivur An effort HI is will be made by the offering of passive resistance to prevent the the British stern wheel boats should they attempt to ascend the river Thtso stemwheel boats have been constructed by the British govern ment with a view to overcoming tiie ob itueirjs to navigation prcsouted by the Jangerous bars and shallow of the African river Douhto Murtler in Wisconsin ASH LAND Wia Oct Bartluson and iiU son squatted on claim near Republic which WHS claimed by a man named NeUis There ivere frequent altercations between the two and the lat ter luid ofsen threatened Bnrtlesjus life It has evidently been carriel into execu tion as a party of prospectors corning by chance upon the cabin found both father and son murdered Xellis has disap peared Dreadful Kxplusum Uoursyes PAR Oct explosion occurred yiMerday in the Pyrotechnic school at Bourges which is a leading center of military and industrial manufactures and capital of the department of Cher Five pesons were killed and forty injured by thy explosion The lead were blowa to pieces Thf disaster was censed by the a workman who was till inf 11 shell wih Melinite The Arc All Higlit LONDON circular has been Issued hy the government in which the recently published reports of the pres ence with effect of coterie fever among the men of the Grenadier guanls stationed at Bermuda is denied The circular sflys that but oae death has oc curred among the guards since they England A ovrl Method of imclilu WASH i N OTO C i TV Oct 13 ward Caton a oigarmaker 2 years of age committed suicide here Iftjit evening in the rear of tbe White House He squeezed bis head in between tha iroa railiagj of lihe fenca that surrounds the and choked himsell to death NATIONAL GAME AFFAIRS fcaugae Men Adjourn Until Oct One Plan ot Compromise NEW YORK Oct he National league magnates were in session again yesterday and heard the report of the con ference committee appointed Thursdayto the same effect as published in these dis patches yesterday At 1 p m the mag nates adjourned to meet Oct 22 when they will await the final action of the conference committees which also meet again on that date Mr Spalding yester day morning in conversation with a rep resentative of the United Press said that there was a disposition on the part of the National League people to look at this matter of a union from a fair business standpoint and if they can arrive at soms solution they are all disposed to sacriilce something for the good of the base ball Want TMs Cruel War Ended Mr Spalding said thafc tho National League people realize that there is a sort of public pressure from the press and base ball goers to bring this war to a close and that they are goin to assist in this good work From other sources it was learned that a plan quite generally discussed was to form two major and two minor the two former to consist as follows Brooklyn New York Philadelphia Chicago Cleveland Columbus and Indianapolis Bodton Philadelphia Baltimore Wash ington Cincinnati Pibtsburg Louisville and St Louis IT RAINED HUMAN REMAINS Further Horrible fflndg in the Vicinity of IHiponts Mills WILMINGTON Del Oct the scattered remains of the unfortunate victims of the recent powdermill explo sion are being gathered from on area of several miles A farmer living two miles from the scene oE Uie accident was star tled a few minutes after hearing tbe re ports by the descant of a bleeding lacer ated human hand at hia feet Wednes day evening two men were passing through a wood about a mile and a half distant when one of them stumbled over a portion of a mans nose mus tache uud lower jaw Other Shocking Discoverilcs They at once looked around for other traces of a body and they saw in a tree three ribs and a small quantity of flesh Such finds have been made all around the neighborhood but in the majority of cases scarcely a handful of flesh could be picked up in one place Enough has not been recovered io make the weight of a good sized man SOME MORE SICK THIEVES They Steal a IttUacd Lottery Ticket ami No Jeel Very Melancholy LANSING Mich Oct weeks ago Ben Deevos a drummer for a New York jewelry house was showing a lot tery ticket around Lansing claiming that he had won 8500 While showing the ticket iu a saloon it was stolen from him and Deaves had half a dozen people ar rested Thursday it transpired that one of the that took the ticket and sent it to New Orleans to be cashed received it back with the word Bogus stamped across its face It appears that the num ber on the ticket had been raised to make it identical with the number on the win ning ticket The that stole it are very sore HDL the police would like to iu torview Deeves to see bow much he knaws about the raising business Tho Congregational Difficulty MINNAPOLIS Oct American Board yesterday adopted the report on ex am in at ion of candidates for missionary work Hereafter the can didafce for a mission will state In his own language hia religions beliefs If these views are considered by the prudential committee to be in conso nance with those of the church the can didate Is accepted ID will be seen that this system Is elastic and that tho board may in a priidentia committee elected reflect Its on the proba tion question Ho Couldnt Cuss tlie Magistrate LOXDOX Oct Croydon in Sur rey Lord Cabir was arrested Thursday for making threats against a neighbor Thursday night he slept tranquilly in a cell in tho police station but on being ar raigned in court yesterday morning he took up a position at the solicitors table and standing there freely cursed the po lice magistrate His lordship is believed to be insane He was however sen tenced to the work bouse by the outraged magistrate Advertising for Big Guns WASHINGTON CKTT Oct ments for proposals have been issiaed from the war department under tbe pro visions of the fortifications bill for furn ishing tho ordnance department of the tirmy with twentyfive eight inch fifty ten inch and twentyfive twelve inch steel guns and ammunition for their test all to be of American manufacture The Engineer Was Killed OMAHA Neb Oct 11 At Pacific Junc tion la yesterday a switch engine with caboose attached was derailed by a mis placed switch in the Kansas City St Jo seph and Council Bluffs yards yesterday morning and was run into by a west bound freight train Engineer James Clark of the switch engine was killed both engines badly wrecked The Deadly Crossing Aguln ROCHESTER N Y Oct A Central train on the Charlotte branch struck a wagon containing Mrs Selye Burritt of Belleville Mich her father and two sis ters at a crossing five miles from here at 10 oclock yesterday morning1 Mrs Bur ritt was instantly killed Mrs San ford Bush was slightly injured but will re cover Decided to Reduce Wages LONDON Oct 11 The iron masters be longing to the Midland Board have do Bded to reduce wages 5 per cent Thisi af fects many thousands oE iron workers and s owing to the reduction in the sellling price of iron Importing Men from Norway LONDON Oct 11 The ship owners at Grrangemouth Scotland the seaport of he Clyde and Forth canal have im ported men from Norway to take the place of their former employes who are on stiike a The Pop e Donates a M LONDON Oct The pope will donate a million lire toward the church which it is proposed to erect in honor of the jubi Ise of his priesthood Another million lire are to by the public Tha Roman Cathofic congress at Qara gofcsii Spain unanimously condemned liberty conscience demanded that education be entirely controlled by tha church of Rome and so violently de nouuced Italy for its action regarding She papacy as to bring a strong protest from the Italian government to that of Soain ON KANSAS SOIL The President Receives a Tre mendous Welcome BIG DEMONSTRATION AT TOPEKA Extraetts from His Speech to the MulUj tudo at the Fair j Blacte Prominent on the j Littto Tots Made Hearty Ite ceptiion at Kansas Crush at the Board of Departure for St Louis i KANSAS Citr Oct The president j yesterday spent another day of j tic receptions iind and if j he was not weary when he sought hia couch last night it speaks well for hia endurance The city of St Joseph was reached at about a m aud early as was the hour there WHS a great throng of people awaiting him As soon aa he ap peared a hearty cheer burst from the as sembled thousands and escorted by the Cuater Post G AR he was driven to a hotel where he was introduced to the peo ple He made aa address which WHS iro quently applauded remarking as he faced the people If you are glad to see me at this hour in the morning if you are GO kind and before break fait how great would have been your welcome if I could have come a little later in the day A K10s for a Bouquet The address being over the pro ceeded to the railway station where fm informal reception was held and the president shook hands with several hund red people Just before the train pulled out little Adela Hayes the 4yearold niece of Colonel Dawes presented the president with a beautiful bouquet aud was rewarded withakiss from the na tions chief executive At the train was again speeding on its way for Atchi son Kas The Welcome at Atchison It is only monotonous iteration to snv that at the station at Atchison there was H tremendous throng and that it cheered itself hoarse when the presidential train pulled into the station It was that way everywhere and all day The first wel come given was the official one by the mayor and following him came a crowd of school children As soon as quiet could be obtained little Edna Downes was raised ubove the heads of the crowd in the arms of her teacher In one hand sue held a basket of flowers ADiminutive Orator Reading from a typewritten slip she said We come President Harrison rep resenting our public schools aud present these flowers by little girls one for each state of our great union These are our emblems of purity representing our love and patriotism for the nation over which you preside In our public schools Mr President is out hope and our pride You will not only nod this true of Atchison but of all Kansas and we trust the spirit prevails the length anil breadth of the laud A lirJef Address The president bowed his acknowledge ments Chief Justice Hoton then iutro duced him to the audience and the presi dent delivered a short speech referring to the early battle against slavery in Kansas and congratulating the people that they had maintained the principles so muck blood hiid been shed for Wishing the people of the state every blessing of pros perity and good government he closed and a moment later tha train was again on its way Greeting by the Wayside At Nortonville there was a body of schoolchildren again and a presidential kiss for a basket of flow ers from a little girl A short address was irmdc principally about public schools As the train pulled out three cheers were given for the president and three more for Senator Ingalls who with Governor Humphrey had joined the par ty At Valley Falls the farmers turned out en masse but there was no time for talking except to return thanks for the hearty welcome A basket of huge ap ples was handed to the president by M M Maxwell a farmer boy from Marion county Ind the presidents county now of Jefferson county Kan THE ARRIVAL AT TOPEKA Incidents of the Stop at the Capital of J vims as But one other stop was made before reaching Topekn and that was a short one at Merideu where the president went out aud bowed his acknowledgement of the greeting extended to him The Topeka railroad station was packed with people when the presidents train came in The local committee escorted the presidential party to carriages The president rode in the first carriage with Governor Hum phreys in tho noxl carriage were Sena tor Ingalls aud Secretary Tracy The party was driven to the state bouse where the president reviewed the parade of soldiers From the state housa the presi dent was driven to the Colemau house where luncheon was served after which the president gave a reception to tha members of his old brigade A Visit to the Fair Ground After the reception the president went to the fair grounds where an immense crowd had gathered The jam was so great that it was with the greatest diffi culty that the president the governor and Senator Ingalls pushed their way through to the stand It was oclock when Ira F Collins department commander of the Grand Army of the Republic introduced Governor Humphrey The governor said that he was quite sure the assemblage did not care to bear from him while so distinguished a guest was present He therefore without other preliminary in troduced the president An Address to the TXunsans The president was received with pro tonged cheering He said thafc he was strongly tempted nod to speak but to go home and write them an open letter and that he was profoundly impressed with the tremendous and aa he was told un precedented gathering of soldiers and citizens The assemblage was too large one could not get his arms about it When he looked at the veterans assem bled and their sons and daughters he felt sure that the countrys institutions were safe for two generations at least An Grievance I never knew until today the extent of i he injury which tha state of Kansas had inflicted Dpon the state of and until I looked upon that long line oil Indiana soldlexw that yon plucked from as when iho war was over by the superior in ducements which your fields and cities offered CD Oidir ambitious toiL Indiana frrievei foi their loss but rejoices in the honor and pros perity they Jtave found here Cheers It is not unnatural that theyeoming back from scenes where comrades had shed their blood for liberty should choose to find homes in a state that had the baptism of martyrs blood upqu its infant brow Prolonged cheering A Word of Encouragement After repeatine in substance his Tor to law delivered ut Gales burg he to close but cries of on go on1 irsj atii tie eruled his re marks by savin I hear then is some in Kansas and I sometime think it ibecause your ad vantages are too A single year of disa po ntmcnt in re turns should not you despair of the fu ture or tiiipt you to expedients Life is made up of avc vul I thin will show a good u cm Vooil i and che rs I e Invard with It po with cjurjiKe thrift TKtticnce trwd hearts and a for the anil Kansas 1 her Icive an assiire I ami htpjy fuiurf IVmm i A Jiush for the U ion j It was jifier sche Uiie inc when the president finished spninrf but the peaj pie insisted on snmeihm tron Senator Ingalls winch lie m i ie very The party then hurried into aud went back to tho and on to the rail way station at a lively and at a little j after 4 p in the was annihi lating time in tin fiTni to reach Kansas City bv the At Lecompton the j train slowed up an t ihe pnviiiMit bovod to the people L aiitrcl At Lawj renoe tliere was i bnss bamli oi Indian boys who were a the raiu drew up A short wekomu from the mayor and a shurt response from premleit a few hundred and a way sped the train KANSAS CITYS WELCOME An Uproarious ami ICn thusf asttic Greeting to t ho irisiiltiiit Behind tiws tbriLquarters ot an hour tJie party was laud at Kansas City It took a deal of trouble fur the twu compa nies of the Third reyiiKeut doiiiK escort duty to keep the enthusiastic cruvd from fairly civer whelming the distinguished party In carriages and through streets lined with people shouting their welcome the party was finally deposited at the en trance of the Conies house where they re tired to rooms prepared for them and rested a few minuies then goiuji to thu private dining room where dinner was served at the Cosites IKotiwo The president snt at the head ot tho ta ble witli Maj Warner and Gen Smith at his left hand and exMay or Allen aud Mayor Holmes on his right The secretary of the navy sat at the foot of the table with exGovernor Crtttenden ami Mr Nave The president excused himself after the second course In leaving h0 said that he wax sorry to CMuse even this temporary interruption but all would understand his desire to pass a few hours under brothers roof He very much apprecitited lie said the hospitality of the business men of Kansas City He had never vhited the city before but he had heard of it It had been well advertised Laughter aud applause He could see by the dim light of the streets as lie drove through that it realized all that was claimed for it A pi IUSR In conclu sion he vould say ilmt he hoped all of its dreams would be rel zed A Visit to His Krother The president then reared from the room aud lefeving the hotel was driven to the home of his John Harrison where hs spent m ue than au hour In the meantime at dinner Secretary Tracy in to a toast spoke of Kansas City as t he empire city of the Mississippi valley Speaking of the de velopment of thu iirtvy ha said that he belicved there wis a nenerai demand among he people for its in crease iuci Jlis predeces sor had had the b t i Demo crats and Repuhkts in carrying out a policy of impoviMir hwas glad to say that IKS cxji haI been thu lipciiitiui a I In lioiini of The president came to tiie hotel before 9 oclcck find accompanied the party lo the board of trade Tc crowd there wns cnoniious uid the president was crowded and a greiifc deal aa be went up the hertjaelied the huid of the preat stairway lie was warm tirud and in no condition to speak fcfo when tle below called for a speech and would riot be sat islied without ic he simply thanked the people cf Kansas City for the cordiality of their reception Ihe president then stoott for half an hour at the head of the stairway the crowd came up one set of steps audshaking hands with him went down the other starway ILH Route fur rvt Louis Tho crush wiis fearful and several la dies fainted from the intense heat A lit tic before ID p in the president an nounced that he must go aud the recep tion was cut short The president was met at the station by a party of distin guished St Louisans who were to act as tiie escort to their Shortly after 10 oclock tlie presidents train left Kansas City for St Louis Dougherty wtis a Keformer BROOKLYN Oct Dougherty was yesterday taken before the Flatbush jusLJce of the peace who committed him to the Raymond street jail until his sani ty IB looked into Tha prisoner told Dr Ashford that he intended killing all the doctors at the asylum and also the charity for the purpose of bring ing about a reform so thac sane men could not be captured on the stretrta and placed in the insane asylum Lady missionaries Elect Officers IXDTANPOUS Ind Oct The North western branch of the Womans Foreign Missionary Society has elected the follow ing officers Mrs Isai K Hitsof Evans ton Ills president Mrs Mnry Rorden of Indianapolis secret iry Mrs Mary E Treston of Detroit Mrs LewU Meredithot Chicago and Mrs A Law son of Baraboo delegittes to the general executive meeting The German Nobility Censured LONDOX Oct Berlin Kreux Zeitung in an article believed to be in spired severely censures the German no bility as a for the laxity of their lives and warns them to reform and re frain from debauchery The article has for its text a number of recent scandals and crimes growing1 out of the profligacy of the aristocracy Didnt Cull Kifiser Hilly a Good Boy LoxDoy Oct 11 A dispatch from Rome says Crispi has for mally denied the statement in a pub lished interview that he spoke of the Ger man emperor as a boa garcon or good boy The said to have re garded the term as indicnticga lack o regard for his dignity STATE AFFAIRS More Trouble with That Election Law New PHEOI50TS THAT AEE TOO LAEGE Propose Advance East bound Rates NEW YOBS Oct mD5t impor tant metting of the trunk line presidents this year U nov in progress ia this city The meeting is the result of a call issued hy Sir Joseph Hiclcson ot the Grand Trunk rauroi 1 of Cmala John King j president of Erie acd Charles P i Meyer president oi Baltimore Ohio Ai the presidents ot the trvmk lines re sponded o the caii it is said was issued for the of advancing the rates on eastbounI freights Patrick H RICP of Chicago began suit against the Val Blatz Brewing company Friday for 5400000 for an alleged viola tion of contract An Agreement That AVII1 Probably of the Indianapolis Car of Cash About Trot tins Record Again Smashed at Terre Double Items INDIANAPOLIS Oct counties in ihs state bava failed to send to the board of election commissioners the cer of precinct divisions as required by the uew law and many precincts have been coustitute1 illegally The law pro vides that precincts shall lessoned in Mzo so aa not to contain more than 2oO votes Tho auditor of Green county sends iu H certificate stating thafc Richliud towiitjhip that county has been divided into three precincts of 300 votes each An other county that certifies precincts with too many votes is Grant Washington township that county is certified as hav ing 310 The auditor in a note of explanation eays the assignment of voters was made under a poll taken early in the spring but thai i recount showed sixty more veurs in tho preciuQt Will ci of Trouble The conference committee of the Marion county Kepuhlifttti and Democratic cen tral committees have eul1 red into an agreement timt m case a voter stamps the square at tho head of the ticket and then stamps one or more candidates ou the op position ticket without stamping all the oa hia own ticket ho wishes to vote for thu btHot shall be thrown out The decision is believed to be one that will result in many men losing their voets Tbe decision is based on the idea that It woud be illegal to count the bal ot under the circumstances named be cause while the votrr had indicated for whom he intended to vote on l ho opposi lon ticket ho had not indicated whom hs intended to vote ngainsC on his own ticket HEAVY FAILURE AT THE CAPITAL The Indianapolis Cur Cnmpniiy Goes Un der for OOO OLts Oct Indianapo lis Car Manufacturing company was placed In the hands of H receiver Friday on the petition of John Voorhees pur chasing agent of the company Tbe pe tition says that the company is insolvent debts to the amount of about fOo000 and no means to pay them He also that the assets have been largely pledged secure indebtedness and that 100000 of this amount is row due Try to Run the The company U couiposed of C S Mil lard and George A Mcforil and has I een in business in this city for years xiilNrd said that the failure precipitated tiy tbe collapse of the Enpire Lumber com pany of Chflitanoogti Teun and Unit nearly all the indebtedness was located in the soutii Matthew Henniug was ap pointed receiver An attempt will be made o carry on the works and retain the 800 employes if Two Sisteivi Marrl eil CROWN POINT Ind Oct bells rant merrily herd Fri lay tbe occa sion being the marriage of John Brown to Miss Jonoio Northrnpand Cabins Grif fin Hammond Ind to Miy Xorthrup ters of W A Xorihriip a wealthy mine ownevof viilrt Mr Brown is one of tho best known man iu northern Indiana Mr CrrifTin a popular pharmacist of Hammond is a brorhur of Charley F Grifiii secretary of state Another Keemil Ilroken TKIIHE HAUTE Ind Oct Torre Haute meeting closed Friday with an other worlds record being broken this time by Belle Hamim with Justin as mate making the mile in the time of The trot was won by Mocking Bird best time OK the trot by Allerton best limu winning second money tho UJS trot by Kallar Thomas best tim3 and tho puce by Wiuslow best time Mackeys Lino Completed WESTPORT Ind Oct 3ast spike in tbe Kvansville and Hichmom railroad was driven Wednesday at 9 a connection being made with the Biii Four just in time to save a heavy tax and that expired at midnight This new line is a part of he Miickey pysttmi of Evunsville and will be operated under a traffic agreement with the Big Four Sent Up for Ttvelve Years COLUMBUS Ind Oct the circuit court here Friday limn H Schrieber who robbed tliLFirst National bank oi this city of and fled to Canada and was nrresved in Detroit a few days ago and brought to this city came into court nnd entered a plea of guilty He was sentenced to twelve years in states prison aad lined Will Succfed Prof Jacobs INDIANAPOLIS Oct El merg E GriliiUis of Frankfort Ind has been elected superintendent of the Indi ana institution for the blind to succeed Professor H B Jacobs who has accepted tbe position of superintendent of the western Pennsylvania institute for the education of the blind You Wait UNDERWEAR AMD GLOVES Lnrgost Variety Lowest Prices DEWENTER PREPARE FDR WINTER By OrdcTlns Your OVERCOAT SUIT 1 Q A ir Merchant I O Tailor Quality of Qtoods and Workmanship the best to be had Our aim is always to please No misrepresentation Try DYKEMANS Fearless Bread Party Cakes Cakes VVecldino tj Good Meals Pure Candies t I Lunches Etc rket Stroot ions Old Stand AGAIN WITH SPECIAL PRICES ON Jewelry Silverware And Spoctacles Use Iauks Glasses 25 years ex perience Make no M Broadsvay D A H AUK The Jeweler and Optician TELEGRAMS The supreme court of Miehiiiiui hasce ciiieti tliat the loc il option is cons i tutionii The lirule Indians arc moving close to the ngency it Chamberlain S D Tbjjr say the coming winter will be a barj ore iiousei of the Oklahoma legis B Cure litirc imaged a bill locating cai till at Oklahoma City lo the d s of Gir brie Jeanne daughter ot Alexander UOnuus Jr was married Thursday at Marly France to Visconite Hatuerive a you 114 Freuch officer of the army The hundredth anniversary of the biith of Father Matthews the celebrated Irish temperance advocate WJLS celebrated Fri day in various parts oC the worl i A juryin Cincinnati refused to couv ct a saloonist of violating the law bjcat ae they would not accept as true the testi mony of policemen who saw thviola tions Dr R V Piero proprietor of a fatncua patent medicine has been sued hy Will iam S of Xew York for alienati rig the affections of Mrs Wyae The doci or says it a case blackmail The straigbtout Democrats of South Carolina have nominated a full Acket in opposition to the DemocratjU liance ticket headed by Tiilman Tie new candidate for governor 3 A C Hia keli The whole weekly edition of The JLt lauta Constitution conaiating of 15tOO copies was se zad at the postoffice in tlat city Thursday for violation of the anti lottery law It contained au advertLte ment of a Chriijtiaas gift scheme for njw subscribers One thousand citizens of Boston hire signed a protest agaiust the appropria tion of public money for any memorial of John Boyle OKeilly late editor of The l3oston Pilot who they declare was an indefatigable enemy of the American sys tem of public THE MARKETS A H un I r M Thouinnd Dollar Fire HlEMXAiiu Minn OcU 11 Fire started at 3 oclock yesterday morning tha Commercial hotel barn Owiug o a lack of water pressure the firemen could do nothing and the fire spread to adjoining buildiugi which including the hotel were destrojed The loss is estimated At 1100000 and the insurance will not exceed The Men Gut Wjiat They Wanted CHICAQO Oct The Northwestern railway has conceded the of iU locomotive engineers President Hughltt agreed to the abolishment of the cation system itexteuuing now only year The new will receive per 100 miles the first afterward getting full pay The Weather We Mar CITI Ot 11 Tho following aro the weather for UlilrtffilK hours from 8 p m yesterday For ItfeUkOA Showers in northern fair weather In ern portions ooler variable winds Tor Mich igan Colder For Wisconsin CoMer wenthcr njrOleooUrly wiadh in southern poctiun Eor tll InoisCoider weather northerly winds trs in nor tlcrn fair in southern lor For winds Ilirht rain stationary temixrature In wcvUtra colder in portion SKIN Covered with Mralex Awfal Vnred In Vive WeeitM by the Vutleurm I am polnjr tell you of Ibe extraordinary cure your CCTICURA UKMBiiK8 performed on me About the 1st of April last I noticed some red pirnplcfi like comlnir out all over my Uxiy but thought nothing of It until oome Ume later on whcnit to took like of mortar spotted on and which came off in layers accompanied with Itcblnx 1 would scratch every nlirht until I wae raw thcu the i next night the tcalee b ing v formed meannhUe were Some Mire Costly LEBANON Ind Oct fine hog sale was held in the fair grounds here Thurs day TbirtyBvd IIOSB average weight was sixty pounds ijrought One hundred and forty dollars was the highest price a single pig brought A SixYearOld Murderer DECATLT Ind Oct 6yearold son of James Xiblick fatally shot baby brother with a revolver as the little felovv lay asleep The ball entered hii head and passed entirely through the skull Death of au LEBAXOS fnd Oct Jl Manba C Caldweil aged 83 years and one of the earliest settlers of Boone county died at her residence near Lebiiuon Friday An UnwoithjSon of HU Sire Me Oct W Bigelow of Augusta a son of the late William H Bigelow formerly portmasUr of the United States senate and superin tendent of the New England railway mail service is on trial here for robbing the mails His offense consisted of stealing packages of merchandise and the evidence is very direct and dnniaging j Mr Matilda Davis a woman 71 yeara of age was found dead in bed it Leaven j vorth Kan Friday morning She i been murdered and an attempt made to I burn her body Her husband ar rested charged with the crime 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