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   Logansport Pharos (Newspaper) - October 14, 1890, Logansport, Indiana                                LOGANSPORT DAILY PHAROS 16TH YEAE TUESDAY EVENING OCTOBER 14 1890 NO 143 OHN nHV OILS OKA VS iKAVH v d Corner ON and rHMH IrOlHMiJIiOj 11 I in 111 rnilil NIH s am rjwi I imumtuiln jfantly IMit No Troobl to Show Goods Come FURNITURE ETEuXHTK 310KN Breaks for the Stricken prema Court Justice Su A WELLDONE LIFES WOES CTDED P Pas8ei to HiH Full of Tfctiru uil Ifunnr Some Tncdlentrt ot Cmeer His t Talk with Abrit bnm opinion of tho Supreme Court Bolktmp a Vic tim oi Found In His or His lAtt HICKS THSi LOWES f Our Designs None bit the Best Workmanship Allowed to Lotive our Salesroom J ff Henderson SODS Material 12thSt Drue Store SURE CORE FOR CATARRH FOR OVER FIFTY YEARS tliis old SovertignTJpmcdy has stood tli test ami stands the beat known remedy for Catarrh Cold in the lleac inU IlfRilache Persist in its use and it will effect a cure no matter of how lorg standing the caso may be For druirsiists WESTS E AND BRAIN TREATMENT iviiI hMiJlntf i1 Hiirr tifi v luit ition Hit i iox coKtui r si fur S tr iimrny if fli itst Koiiraltrln Wft ttitor thw U ruin o mirtcry a nnfiis LOBS of Io iwiil Spermtvtorrljttjr brain ueirnlmso oi nAonimonthN irent Ht tiy mftU prepuil ill eeiul w trcutinent ti HEWERS OF ObD HONESTY TOBACCO VILL ThjAT IT TASJEIS SWEETER cos yoJ TO WILL ASK YOUR DEALER FOR IT AND INSIST ON GETTING IT GTON Oct U Associate Justice I1 MiJler died afc tnst night Thu tenacity of life displayed by Jimtiot Millar wtw truly irmrveloua Ho had bet practically a dead man ever since last Saturday For nearly sixty hours hu no noumh merit what ever and did not apuak or opeti hln eyes or siyu of Breath Ing with tho difficulty almost sutfocnUd with phlegm tind distorted in feature nnd framu by the force of thi pjir aWiio action ho nevertheless livtd on days after the doctors said it WUH impossible for him to live moro than an hour or two longer A JlirdWorkiriif Jurist The pnmlytx ntroku of Justice Miller woii u surprise to every oau ia ton His oMistitution way apparently one of Iron and for years hu worked more than twelve hours out of tho twentyfour It his habit to go into his ofBcu at bis homo ou Massachusetts avenuo as soon as ho had finished his breakfast and to vork there upon his cases until the su promu court mernt tioou Duriny hia whole career aa a supreme court justice he massed scarcely a day in attendanca upon tho court when it was Bitting and vrorked far into tho night writing his opcloni and passing upoi casen after his return from the Capitol lie Muilu Own Citruor Uu was a selfeducated man and he never had tho advantage of college train Ing Like Justice Bradley he was very fond of mathematics and he kept up his mathematical studies during his latter years He wtarted ifo as a drug clerk and spent three years in making up pre scriptions He then went to a medical school In Kentucky and practiced medi ciuo for eight ytars after he had obtained his diploma lie found it impossible for a young doctor to get along without a wife and ho had two children bufore Ii6 docltled to givo up medicine for law When ho began to study law lie took up the Htudy of Latin and acquired a tltor b of the language Ho how ever thought that study unnecessaiy for young men in the later years of his li Opinion of Clivy ami Illaluo He knew Henry Clay perso nally and nt one time in of him in compar ison with Bliiiue snid Vliv Blaine and Clay are very much alike Mr Ulaino has the sa7nj courage the same rnaguetic influence and the same power over men that Clay had Their careers have boon much similar Both have been sjnitors botL havu tmun beaten for tho pruiideucy have buun speakers of tha houao aud 3otL hnvcj held much the same idea as to matters lilaitie iiai greaC ex icutivo ability and so had Clay I doubt owuvor whether Clay would have made good presidentand still I would have iked to have seen him eeetod I would like for otico to auu a jiivut political party eader in the White llousu and I am tirod o doath of taking characterless nusu simply bocaiiau the poliiiiuans hate the eadors and cannot consent to soo them win the great ot polhiaj Thv Justice itnd Abraham Lincoln Justice Miller always held a high opin on of President Lincoln The lasr lime ic yaw him WHS at tiio inaugural ball nt he Umo ol his second election The pres dent was talking with Churlos SumntJi1 vtien Justice Miller cams up He turned him with groat eurdiaiity and said How are tho justices and their gwns rudga roplied that they wero all ight and presently Lincoln went ou Miller you were brought up on a farm vorent you Vos replied tho uilgu Well said President Lin oln you inn it have soon tho breik ng of land aud tho bura up of timber iu a clearing You havo ii tho heayy bark fall oil from a tmlf log while out frum under the nrfc would como gruut winged ants vhich would with tho funul st kind of clumsy dignity Do you tnovr judge I never uee one of you jus with your gowns ou but 1 think of no ot those ants which wo usud to see on hu farm in clearing Judge Miller be Lovtul in the wearing of the silk gowu and o told President Lincoln that he thought ho busy justices were very well com ared to tho Industrious atit An Incorruptible Court Ho Bald not long ago I am Inclined to hluk very highly of tho purity of io American bench We decided asea last your winch would have nn bled nay member of the court by aklng advantage of the views ho had of he majority of the judges by hinting to his tvife or to sumo influential riend to made a million dollars But you will find none of the judges a ent richer from such a source and uo of that kind has over been heard 11 kinds of jcluines are planned by spec tators to tind out whut thu court is go ng to do beforehand but I am glad to ay that thore ls uo iusrance ou record of justice of tie supreme court violating the trust wbicix he boa sworn to keep in Ch arnctoristlcs Justice Miller WHS very simple in his habits Ha often rode out to tho Capitol and back iu the street cars and the ceat herdlcs nnd passed up the fares for colored washerwomen and laboring men again and ugnui He would talk to any one and although he was a stickler for the court he was a plain commo eryday HIHU out of it war or 1812 and the Mexican war At tlie outbreak of the civil war he was prac ticing law at Keokak Ia where lie went in 185 He had served aa a Damocrat in the Iowa legislature in 1857 He took a regiment to the front of which he waa commander In his military career he was at Shiloh and Vicksburg and waa with Sherman on his march to the aea He waa promoted to the rank ot brigadier general and major general Political Services After the war he was made collector of internal revenue at Keokuk Iu Grants second term he was made secretary of war and while he was serving in this of fice the blow fell upon him that nearly wrecked his life Heister Clymer of Pennsylvania who was chairman of the military committee of congress created a great senaatioii by bringing iu of impeachment against Belknap whom he accused of having given away a post trailership for a money consideration He was impeached but the impeachment failed in the senate He had resigned his office as soon as the charge was made WIIH lie a Guilty Ainu That is a question that is answered va riously but thegeneral opinion ib that Biilknap sacrificed himself to save a woman and that woman was hia wife Ho mnde no defense He idolized bis wife nnd it wea sho who got all the money aud used her influence over her husband to obtain for those who gave the jnouoy the privileges that were wanted The couple have not lived together for some years although there wa no lejijal separation His personal friends never believed in his guilt nnd many others were with them END OF THE TOUR The presMent spoke of tlu ne j cessity of diversiSed avocations for the j people of any country and said we vrould all be unhappy if we belonged to the same A Royal Greeting to the PresiI calling eveu if all were lawyers He then touched IN OUK am STATE dentia Party Sensational Event in a Haute Court L L A Terre touched on the labor question as follows I hope it is true here thar everybody is get ting fa r return for liis labor We cannot af ford to have la Ameriivi anv discontented THIETEEN SPEECHES ffl ONE DAY jclass and if fair arc paid for fair DIRE THREATS AGAINST A JUDGE sonse ev ptdc Cliy WO FIBZES fi BROS LonisYiile Ry GEN BELKNAPS DEATH The VettTm Dtes Aloueiind of Apoplexy WASHINGTON CITY Oct sur prise ami tv i ret was occasioned yester day the announcement of the death of Geu W Beiknap He was found dead in bed iu his roonabv his law partner Gen Belkmip had not by any one since Saturday about mid night when he retired The chamber maid called to him yesterday morning and got co reply so she went to the office where his partner had just arrived and it was discovtrol that he wjis dead He had died some time in the thirty hours sinco he was lost seen Sketch of Life William Worth Eelknnp had been one of the most noted men in the country He was born iu Xewburg X Y Sept 21 anij was the son of Gen William G Bolkuao a distiaushed soldier of tha THEY MAY BE HAPPY YET I3ut tHe MotlieriijLiiM Talks Somo VBry Healthy genge NEW YORK Oct truth of that venerable adage that true love never runs smoothly for any length of time hoa again been amply attested in the case of An thony J Kiutein of Brooklyn and Julie E Stinson of this city Anthony met Julie a year ago and was smitten with her charms He wooed her and otter a brief but pleasant courtship the couple were united in Carnden N J but tha marriage was kept a profound secret be cause the bride was a Protestant and the groom a most devout Eotnan Catholic Old Folks Flat Anthony had been warned by his par ents that if ho ever married he must choose a girl who was of his religion or they iroulO disown him f ho son took the warning deeply to heart fora time but as soon us he mot Julie it fled But how he was going to keep the matter a secret puzzled not only hiraelf but ills wife as well The couple finally con cluded that there waa only one way ouh of the difficulty and that waa to live apart the husband meanwhile to try and prevail upon the elder Hintelu to give consent to the marriage to a Protestant Tim Cat Out of the Bag When this tender subject lust March young Kfuteiu 6 father who lives at 175 Putnam avenue Brooklyn was emphatic in his refusal to consent to the marriage1 Anthony was i n a quandary aud moro so wlieu he pur chased a Brooklyn paper the next morn ing and rear tha announcement of his marriaye to Julie E Stinson at Camden N J Mr Rinteln the elder aiso read the notice of the marriage imd the second act of the social drama began r ight there Anthony a Poor Stick Aa the story goes Authony was ordered to remain away from his wife whether she instituted divorce proceedings or not He did as hu was bill unl ere long wn sued by his protty ttifti for divorce Not to be outdone Anthony brought a counter suit charging his spouse with somo very serious He said sho was a biga mist and she returned the compliment Then ho brought nearly twenty witnesses to swenr to his wifes indiscretion Ami Julie Was Very Forgiving Before the suit waa concluded the de fendant gave it up and Anthony got an absolute divorce After the divorce had betMi granted Anthony met Julie frequent ly and the couple went out riding and to dinner parties as if nothing had hap pened He told his relatives and friends that he still loved his divorced wife and that the whole trouble had been brought about by his family The Good Uncle Conies Forward Julies uncle John Stinson who resides iu Chicago aud is said to be a million aire here stepped in upon the scene and tried to have tha divorce set aside but Anthonys lather said that it should not be done Both parties were willing and unbeknown to their parents went to Cam den N J Saturday night and wero re married by Rev H Burrill the same minister who performed the ceremony She Sfses Up Pretty Well The couple were married in New Jersey to avoid any legal complications Imme diately after their second marriage the happy pair started forChicago where Anthony has been promised a lucrative position I hope they will now live hap rily together said Jtrs Stinsou but I doubt it very much A mau or one who jrotends to be such who oould say what le did against my Julie and pretend to ove her is fickle indeed I have no faith n such men Waai tlie Presidents Record Throujjli In diana and Welcome at Mims find Canton the Homes of John Sluertuan and SIuj Ex trncts from the Remarks Blade at Dif ferent Points anil Incidents of the Days Lcmg Run PITTSBUHG Pa Oct a run through Indiana and Ohio which was no tablia for the numerous stops and frequent speeches the presidential party reached this city last evening at about The start was made from Indianapolis promptly at 6 a m AS the presidents special request there was no demonstra tion at his home city either on his arrival or departure in he wanted to get thor oughly rested for the arduous day that lay before him The rest waa opportune jnents work will Lavo tiont Cheeps I am not one of those who Ixlievtthat cheapness is the highest good I am not one of those who be The Christ iievethatit can bj to my iurerest or to your interest to purt in liie market anything j ielow a pri e that to the men who umko i it fair living Criej of Thats j and Cheers Weshould all live aul let live ill this country i Among Neighbors Canton the home of Representative McKinley WLS the next place to claim a speech and here the president put iu a I pood word for the majir He said 1 am fcJa1 t be thlumio cf on with whm I have lit en in duties for a minx er if ycaiv and in all Versauul relations K itU yiu hid neighbors has won my riarl I am euro he lia5 won yours IroliKiiti I ciie Tin1 Without any regard to what y u in thi ik cH the M Kin ley bill I am siirv on are all the npprtMMative neighbors ami friends of Maj Wi linln Mo ICiuley Kind henrtel generous arid full ni rhivairU ouri sy to his oppo Strikers Winning Ishpeming ISHPEMING Mich Oct Detroit mine has conceded Vhe demands of the striking miners Capt Thomas Walters of the Lake Angelina mine summoned the striking miuurs from his mine to a conference yesterday afternoon bat no understanding wad reached and another meeting will be held George K Seneys Cottnge Burned BERNARDSVILLE N J Oct mdu ight Sunday nipjht tho handsome cottage owned and occupied by Mr George Seney the New York banker Maabura to the ground Thu it mares had bare y time to escape The loss will probably WO 000 The fire was caused by a defective flue A State Senator Suicides COSCORDIA Kan Oct Sena or E E Swearsugen committed suicide esttsrday by shooting himself toxough he heart His mind is believed to have Jeetii unsettled by financial difficulties Loss of a Barge Worth AIPEXA ilich Oct barge Varner ran aground near the mouth of he river Sunday nightand went to pieces undura heavy sea yesterday The crew was saved The loss is Spain Threatens Retaliation MADRID Oct bea requested ho United States to admit the products yi the Antilles and in event ot a refusal he proposes to exclude the products of he United States and the president was thoroughly re freshed thereby Pendleton lad was the first place stopped at but the stop was brief and the train sped ou to Auder son where there was time for a shori speech aud a great deal of enthusiasm The speech referred to the added pros perty of the place resulting from the dis covery of natural gas and closed witl kind words for the school children Bluncie and Winchester Muncie was next reached and here Tom Browne took the place of master o ceremonies and introduced tha presideni to the multitude of people surrounding the train While the president was speaking the train moved ahead a few yards and the president remarked tha he had heard of audiencei leaving speak ers but he had duMng the morning fre quently been drawn away from his audi ences His remarks were devoted to the industries of the section and its progress in prosperity and closed with a plea for love for country and flag Another greal throng was congregated around ths stam erected at Winchester where every tele graph pole new a national flag The pres idents speech dealt with the necessity ol remembering that although wo differ in policies we are all Americans and the benefits of the public schools The Reception at Union City School children were the feature of the welcome at Union City Lines of them stood before the hotel and strewed flon ers before the party as they advanced to the chairs placed in front of khe building The president was introduced and in the course of his speech said in reference to it did him to look in the fuces of people who had no fault to find Greai as the government is vast as is our civil list it is wholly inadequate to satisfy cvoii of men and so from disappointment reasonable unreasonable we turn with confidence and receive with encouragement these kindly greetings from the toilers of the country Continuing he referred to the fact the state line was near by and said state lines were swallowed up in the love we should have for the common country Ho closad with tha dressed to the children aud to ali pras ent God bless vou every one Good bye Short Slops En lloute Ait Versaiilcs a short stop was made and handshaking was the only feature as it was also at Sydney At DegruiT the school children were present and the president gave them a short and appro priate address and shook hands with many of them as possible At Bellefou talne the president spoke to the people from tho platform of the car congralu lating them on the evidences of prosperi ty he saw on every hand and tho fact that famine was unknown in this country lie introduced Secretary Tracy who simply bowed us tho train moved away No stops of consequence were made until Crestline was reached At Lnrue and Galliou there were seasons of handshaking and at the latter place the president tried to speak but the orowd was too enthusiastic to listen The Greeting at Crestline A bnnd of music and a great throng greeted the president at Crestline The president remarked that he had already made seven or eight speeches and had about got to the end of variety He re peated Abraham Lincolns words that this was a government of the people by the people and for the people and adjured his hearers to meet the responsibility of citizenship like men He spoke a few felicitous words to the boys and girls present and closed as follows The fields are green with the promise of another year Let our hearts be hopeful let us be faithful and true for ourselves and our country7 It was p m when the train left Crestlineand luncheon was served ou the train en AT MANSFIELD AND CANTON Booths Great Funeral Oct services for te late Mrs Gen Booth were held erday in the Olympia thou sand persons were present The Neighbors of Senator Sherman and Maj McKinley Turn Out At Manu field a crowd of 1000 people miit the train Senator Shermau intro duced the president who said in part lamgladto be permitted to stop at the home of your distinguished senator and my friend Cheers I aui sure that however you may differ from him In political opinion the people of Mansfield and of Ohio are proud of the eminence he has attained in the councils of the nation and of distin guished services he has been aole to render to his country uot only in congress hut in the treasury department Applause Ha is twin in greatness with that military brother whQ led some of you as he did me in some of the ffreat campaigns of tho war And they hard together rendered conspicuous service tj this conntry which we as they love with devoted affection Applause Thanking you for our and kindness I bid you good bye Cheers Hears of Gen Belknapa Death Here the president received the bulletin of the death of exSecretary Belkmip and a bulletin also of the condition of Justice Miller in both of which he was much interested Mrs Sherman was sitting iu a carriage lear the station The president bowed to ler shook hands with Senator Sherman and as the senator left the car the train Bulled out of Mansfield At Wooater the president left the train aud went to a small platform a few yards from the station the escort of the ocal committee at the head of which was Dr Stoddard once his instructor in chemistry at the Miama university of Ox ord O He was received with prolong ed cheering and addressed the crowd briefly Masslllonfl Welcome Massillon was the next station where a reception had been arranged Before reaching town the president was sa luted with a ringing cheer from a group of factory operatives gathered on the bank at the side of the railroad track At the station a large crowd was assem bled and Mayor Reed incroanced the president to the audience after weleom iitn on bahalf of the Grand Army of lire hi ha no faild to win yulir resjxct and that Canton proud of him as a sou A Griat Jam nt Alliance Another multitude had gathered nt Al liance and the president began his speech with the remark that theie is nothing in which the American people are harder upon their public servants than in the Insatiable demand they make for public speech aud considering the number of spieches he had made eiuce breakfast he had a right to say so He spoke for a few minutes on the growth of manufac turing in this country and when he had concluded begin to shake hands with the people near the car and the struggle to get within reaching dbtunc9 of his hand was fearful It is surprising that there were no serious in jaren inflicted upon the crowd At Sulein the hist station on the programme for the day the crowd de manded n speech but the president asked to be excused ilia voicj was indistinct and showed the wearaml tear of the days efforts A Reoortl nrcalkng Tour The president yesterday broke all his previous records fir speechruaking On the day that he spoke at Peoria Gales burg and Burlington he made seven speeches transcenlina1 all previous ef forts speech at Alliance yesterday was the thirteenth he made since his de parture from Indianapolis at 0 oclock in the morning The run from Salem to Pittaburg was without noteworthy inci dent The train arrived in the Pittsburg station it oclock Tbe End of Ibe Trip at tast There no public demonstration here The time of the arrival of the party was not known anil there were few people on the platform The representa tives of the city papers were accorded a brief interview Tho president looked somewhat wearied The train left the city at p m WASHINGTON CITY Oct Harrison arrived in city at about i n in today lit was driven at once to the Whitellouse Snce his departure a week ago he has uavLIil 3tOJO miles and slept iu his car evory iti iii except OLIO A RARER OF LOCKS One Wiio Will Oit Hi i Hair Cut Mighty Short SHH DKTKOIT Ocr j l Ior the sixth time ithiu a mouth n yiirny womim lias gone crying to her home shorn of Ur beautiful locks Tliis tiiiiu i ho victim lived in the oastijrn seeion oi tlie city remoLe from the scenes of Jack the Hair Cut tera former tiujirfcdiitiuns Saturday night night Miliiu Mureeati 17 years old started for lion it riue had nearly achtid UKTV when Jick the Hair Gut iei stepped up bhintl her and asked it she had any money Then lie threw his rni about bur neck pressed her against his bresst and cut her hair one sweep of a Jn a let her It setms that Millie wn hair uid the man threw it away after finding tit the color Great Navy That of Portugal LISBON Oct H WHS reported yes crday that there had been au encounter it the mouth of the KambeHi river in which a Portuguese gunboat had beeu sunk One of the liritlsh steruwlaeel ileamboats attempted to effect the assage of the river to prevent which a ordon of Portuguese gunboats had taken up a position across the mouth Thestern wheeier is said to have run down and uuk one of the Portuguese warships ABBREVIATED TELEGRAMS Twenty million acres of the land of I the United States are held by tha BeDubllctna school children and the Three inches of snow fell at Rod Lake Minn Monday Orders havu been issued from Berlin for ncreased severity in the inspection of meat arriving from America FrankFeely IS years old is under bail at Freeland Pa for forgery He isprob bly the youngest of his kind The common pleas court at O has decided in a case involving the usforjy of Masonic property against Cerriaii Rite Masons The Spnnih government is preparing or submission to the cortes measures to restrict the hours of labor and impirove he condition of workingman The huath authorities of St Loula are busy jisi now devising means to stamp ut the siUiillpox five cases of which lave beu reported one ending fatally Kube Burrows will leaves property val aed nt 0 to his son and daughter iow uiiicri of i he property to oiiiebidy else will probably never be krnwn members of the rttUh Iron and Steul institute and the Verenj were enter ited by the iron and steel meo of Chl ticZo Motidav Gen W Beikrmp was sccivta y cf var during the Grant administra te vas found dead in bed at his home i VVashington City Monday Ha had iiccunjtd to H stroke of apoplexy Flora Malloy a rmarkjibiy beautiful ihiUi of 2 years tisanpe ircd from her otne at Hazeltm IJrt Although peopie have searchM fur her she oeeri fnunr and it is now beiievyfl that some one has stolen her BHigh w n 1 blsw down a brick wall around the CVuube fctetl factory at Uul cago Monday and kiliel ChrUtian BTJJO anfi John who w re un der the wall out of the rain Another man and a boy were severely hurt At a fire iu tue store of Rowley Brock government contractors tit London Eng land Monday six employe were burned to dfiarii an L thirteen injured Five Cff them were who killed in jumping from the window CalJaghan Thomas John Murray and Patrick Murray were arresied at Chicago Man for frahiient nttUTalization The two former tid the swearinz in end Bwon falsely John Ed James Sueehan and Barney Manning were also arrested for the same sort of to Knlse n Mill ion lollars for a and Order Temperunco and Bobbed by a Masked Thrillinjj at the Ohio TEHRE HAUTE Inct Oct Smith wns arrested hsire last week for rob bing a farmers house He was arraigned ii court Monday and pleaded guilty to a charge of petit larcenf Judge Mack is the penalty at three years in state prison and disfrancbisemeat for live years When his sentence ivaj pronounced Smith created by wildly de claring that he would return at the ex piration of his term and take terrible ven geance upon the judge prosecuting wit nesses and tho pnplic officers who arrest ed him He was remsiuded to jail ail the while verbally belaboring hiu tormentors to the extent of a wonderful vocabulary THEY WANT A MILLION The ChrUtian Conference Talks of a Great Unlvers t v MARIOS Inil Oct Long called the American Christian convention to order Monday and devotional exercises were conducted by Rev D M Helfateiu The convention took important action looking to the founding of a university in some central locality to be of a dis tinctly Christian character Tho raising of funds for this enterprise for which 1OUOK0 js deired is to be commenced iu connection with the celebration of the centennial anniversary ot the Christian movement iu America Ten Thousand Soon pledged To that end the second Sunday of Janu ary ISJ4 was set apart tu a day upon which ali the churches are to conduct ap propriate centennial ceremonies when it ia ordered that money be raised by collec tion and subscription to go toward the university The plan was received with ranch enthusiasm and the delegates present pledged SlfiOJO toward the fund The convention elected the following offi cers President Dr D A Long secre tary J J Summerbell secretary of mis sions J G Bishop secretary of educa tion M Suuimerbell secretary of the treasury F A Palmer secretary of Sun day schools J F Burnett secretary of publishing department H J Duck worth The Dynamite Temperance CruHatle MARTINSVILLE Ind Oct bown liquor dealers are in a state of siege Saturday night a dynamite bomb was placed under M T Hancocks drug store the explosion which followed scat tered bis redeye promiscuously damag ing his stock and the building to the amount of A notice was placed on Joseph Normans drug score door saying his place was uext Inline William Mus selmnu a saloonkeeper was notified to leave ir twenty days or suffer morj seri ous consequen Ituhucu a Train IiapuLher INDIANAPOLIS Oct Middle ton train dispatcher for the Big Four at North Indianapolis at 3 oclock lay morning sawa man looking through Ihe window with his face covered with a handkerchief At the sain instant the stranger flrerl though th window the ball penetrating Middletons leg Mid dleton fell to the floor and the wouldbe assassin supposing him dead entered and rubbed him oi his watch and monty atltl then made his escape John Has Sotmlhing to Brag of JKFFERSONVILLE Ind Oct Hoy had a wonderful escape Monday morning While hauling stono near tle Ohio falls his tiam ran away and plunged into the roaring rapids Hoy gave him self up for lost but the horses swam the torrent aud succcxstully returned to shore with purt of the wagon and Hoy clinging ti it No one evt r eforj passed the falls and lived Our Citizens Ind Oct crowd gathered near the jail Monday night where the three men who assaulted a little girl here Monday arj imprisoned and tried to yet at the prisoners but the authorities prevented it The crowd had not retired at midnight and another ef fort it was expected would be made Col Iuilley lit Imllanapolla INDIANAPOLIS Oct Indiana commaniUry of the Loyal Legion held its annual meeting Monday night with ex President Hiyes Gun Beaver of Penn sylvania and others as guests Gen Lew Wallace presiding Among those pres ent was Col W W Dudley who came on from Washington City to attend Stricken at His Toilet MAKTIVSVtLLE Ild Oct M B ildwin of this city while sauding be UNDERWEAR AMD GLOVES Largest Variety Lowest Prices DEWENTER PREPARE FDR WINTEtf By Ordering Your OVERCOAT OR SUIT OF 1 S CRAIG Merchant Tailor Quality of Goods and Workmanship the best to be had Our aim is always to please No misrepresentation Try D K E M A NS Fearless Bread Party Cakes Wedding Cakes Good Meals Pure Candies Lunches Etc Stroot t Old Stand fore n glass Monday morning arranging his toilet WHJ stricken with paralysis rendering him deaf dumb aud bliniL He recovered Mifliricntly to scrawl on a piece of paper 1 ctmnot sec he ir or talk Young Thfvvas Nabbed SEYMGUH lud Oct boys Ira and Liu Kutker aged respectively and 14 have been here for rob bing the Evansviiie Richmond mail car two weeks ago rionie of the stolen property waa found in liieir possiion A rartllCoIoifd Affray BRAZIL Oct Bigger stan and Intiitr Mitchell colored quarreled on Main street Monday The latter was seriously stabbed twice near the heart Two Fnrttgraphs from OmMia OMAHA Neb Oct Tom Kane a paningmll hand was locked up yester day for raping Mrs Thomas Thundina Sunday uight He got Thutidina drunk acd then ravihhed big wife Shorty Bloedel a tough saloon ieeper made nn unsuccessful attempt to murder his mistress and another woman and commit suicide He Is in jail AGAIN WITH SPECIAL PK1CES ON Jewelry Silverware And Spectacles Use Hauks Glasses 25 years ex perience Make no M 41O Broadway D A IIAUK and Optician for Infants and Children CmitovlB ao well adapted to children thai I CMtorU cares Colic Ir t recommend itaasuperiortoany prescription I Bour StomACh Diarrhoea taown to me H AAJKHIB II D j Biuep ud 41 lilfio Oxford 8t Brooklyn H Y WliEjuilSjuriotu THE CENTicn ComMvr 77 Murray Strrot K Ko f Mrs Ilrannon I WHEEUSO W Va Oct burg special says that several hundred cioMil Ife ember ojwnol claxK May OIWTJCV rliwod Mfft volunteers have responded Richi eloHotl 34c and close ardb call for searchers for Mrs Brannon tha St Louis woman who in a fit of In sanity jumper from a train at that point and took to tlie 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