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   Logansport Pharos (Newspaper) - October 16, 1890, Logansport, Indiana                                LOGANSPORT DAILY PHABO8 16TH YEAR THURSDAY EVENINGOCTOBER 16 1890 NO 146 OHN GRAYS QUITE A Stock FEW FOR A FACT Kouml in 5 COFJNER ON HJNDERWEflFHj For Misses Chili tiron Mori arid lioya Of courso ovtry ne krvjv s that wo kor arust rind bjst j block of Unciorwoar in tho i norirnvostorn fiarfc of Lho State i arii sol tl pricos that no one proonds o I Goiij at onCj as now is the j tirno to nKko the CM arises i APPALLING BIGHTS The Stock Goods i U r o w n g 15 agrtja ge Hotel Syracuse j NEW YOPK Oct E Browa Flames i landed from the French steamer La Gascogne Monday after after The Lcland N Y m MAHY OF THE GUESTS CREMATED Tin rir iti in Thiriv tin Strurtii No Kxlt K Ttrrlijl noon after a pleasant trip to Europe and in her customs declaration announced j that she had a few dutiable articles of t in and i merchandise in her A search of Kn Mrs Browns Trunks however revealed Thn stalrn Ablaze nnd pt Through tint Windows ffiri For Im oti that they contained sufficient dutiable yoodtt undeclared to fit out a small but I Philadaipbia notion btore j Fiirtlitl Inventory of the Stock Seen nt the Wimlowjjj There were brushes and combs and if for fancy hairpins and artistic hatpins itriittinns in the Heports of ladies lace pocket handker H l cittelsand fiftythreemeua handkerchiefs FEVER AND FAITH The Latter Proves Bad Medi cine for the Former FANATICISM AT SIEBEA LEOUE FUHhJTURE n i LOVKS r Our Desions llnufeoii Sons Material Drue Store or i 1iiji innnciiciiijr MONDAY OCTOBER 20 v c TfiTill Xov York Coin y S ciui inir I ISfiiutit1 id Kino tiiiml Mis Helen Win LYNWOOD in and Valuable Presents CIVKV V r iiLis Coinpuliy rvtr lo iiiv a Popular 1J lio SOcts MATINEE SATURDAY AI j n IVrry cliili in ai IcniiUMi1 05 a JTI st it 8 Its the best 1 If lasts Its a jjleasure to it satisfies X YOct Inland i hotel this fire 1S3U I oclock lisl niih5 and at this writing tho hard is a torn ruin and the lire under control It was tliw larjjcit hotel in Cen tra Xew Vrk and wan full of guests Everything is in such confusion that it is Impossible M Kivu the extent of tho dis ister but HyniciiHc has undoubtedly 3uf a tiTrible holocaust in tho burning I of th btiililinx Heports of all kinds are j ilyiui around as to the number of human lives sicnicid One man niyy he saw tMivit lose their livel in at i tempting to and the rumor is cur j rent that the total luss will reiich ifty Iiitir TiitiityFivt Victims The lint spread with rapidity In thirty minnnst frumthn time it was dis covered it had iiivuloped the wliola builfUiif The number of killivl is now essi runted at twentylive Among thote injured is Cora Tanner the actress who was severely burned about tho head and fiut She was an onyagement at ttiu Grand Jpera house ami had a room I at tho hotel Kvery physician in Syracuse is on ground Most of those killed wore on thu fourth and fifth stories No HCiipi Hut to Jump for Iifo The fire which started in the kitchen Bpread by means of the elevator well which was near tho stairway and so all means of escape were cut otf and those in the upptr stories were compilKid to jump The clerk of UK hotel sending in the alarm by telephone ut the flames spread so rapidly that he was driven from tho instrument and compelled to jump to save his own life The firemen saved many lives A ISIdddCiirdll Scene The seem vm one of the wildest confu sion and people were to be seen lit the windows on every floor shrieking frantic ally for liLIp which could not be given them Many weru seen to fall back iuto the liunes fainting and exhausted whilo otiier hurled Uiemselvos from the win dows death nu the pivemeut It ii impossible tn ascei in the names of those who aie killed Many who escaped from the lower stories rill die from thu effects of t heir in juries occasioned by the llamei and potlions of the filliiic walls The New Yurk Ccnuvil Iepor uhich is acros the street from thu hotel was in great dangiand thu intire fire depart ment vurned its ellorts ti saving thu depot and surrounding structures Missed tho L To Nut One of the must f riyli tful incidents of the lirj wns the terrible iltath of a woman who jumped friln tin fifth story of the building Scvrral poIireiHu stood on the nets ready to catch the guests as tiny a man and t voiutn jillnpod into one of tlie ninot at the same moment and h broken limbs The next to jimpwasL who appeared itl a windov in the llfili story in her night clothes bhi leaped HH if the wiinknv and missing thu nut dashed to pieces on the stunt llnirNitlcuil Victims Seven or IitrhL nen cJiildren jumped from the uppir stories ou to a shed ill tho rear of the building At ouu time seven persons were st ou the hud vhuli had caught firj from t lie tly nx sparks Ill victims weru half naked Several nf them weiu seen to tour ofE their voider Kiinnvnts time had caught fire One woman lay on the ground where she liiiil fallen tearing thu hair from her head HIMhair had canlit lire and it was with dillicully tin flames quenched of the Ilurror One man snys ho saw six people jump from dlileriiil windows on the JTiiyette street sid of the building within a space of four minutes and tho so sickened its horrorthat ho was compelled to leavt tin1 spot TinhiiiMiiij ivas provided ivith both iron iireescapes on tho outside and ropes t the iusih which wuiu tha meiuis of many lives One woman was touti i with a nursini babi in her amis croudud in a stairway where she had Uen overcome by She was removed by the linintii E D Nichols of Dunkirk had his leg broken by juuipitix Cora Tanner escaped by moans of a rope She climbed out of a window and slid down the rope W H Harnip of New York jumped and had both leys broken Most of the guests were tnkjn to the VuudcrbilC Tho IHutuv Loss Half a Million Ths building wns built two years ago at A cost of U wns six stories hiijh and contained 400 rooms It is impossi ble to learn aiuuy quests weru in the hotel at tho time the lire started Tho loss will reiich The loss on the hotel s partly covered by insurance Still LUUT Conflicting Reports 3 reports maKi the esti mate of the number of dead from five to twemyihv It is impossible to get any thing like detinue estimates at this jtime as tvi rytliiny is iu ii state of con fusion 1ttjt Survivor of the1 HI nek lluwk War BALTiMiiUE Mil Al pheus R bevt French ibe sole survivor of ft iLirik Hawk died in this city Tnisdiy iiuht ti the year of his age orn at hitia iani X Yon Afttr the Lbuk Hawk war ph reeniittHl and was ordered to irrnv Sminoie war Ha iy injured n ditleveut battles nnd lead on several occasions sixtyfour switches of human hair of shades and degrees of luxuriance ail waistsand dnzzliag tea goivus velvet am satin evuniny dresses aud a nura ber of other choice feminh2 Hicicles to numerous to njeritoin After this discov ery a female inspector of custom searched Mrs Urowns person and cam HCFOJSS additional switches of hair A Sucucaaful Plea Mrs lirown naturally wan much dis tressed ac the seizure of h and so soon as possible left the dock anc went uptown She returned late on it company with a friend Baukson T Moi flan and called upon Collector ErhanJt To Mr Krhardt Mr Morgan explains tit at Afrs Jlrown was a bardworking woman who had invested in the stock in trade found in her possession in the hop of beinti aide to better her condition bj retailing ic to the good of Phila dulphia Under these circumstances it i MiMight probable that Mrs Brown stock of notions and switches will be re eased when she pays the duly UoltUtttlii Is Too Now YORK Oct Goldstein of St Louis who arrived on tho steamer Em festorday had worth of pipes anc cigarette confiscated by the cus toms authorities While the in spec to was examining bis trunks Goldstein placed a sum of money in one of them with tho remark My wife is sick hur ry rim through The mancjeavre did not however save his goods from seizure AGREED ON A MEASURE of the Ohio Legislature Adopl n 1Iaii for Cincinnati COLUMBUS O Oct a joint cau cus of the Democratic members of both houses yesterday afternoon plan of action wns agreed upon which will ef fectually dispose of the Cincinunti board of public improvements affair No busi ness of importance was transacted by either house during the day save the in trocluction in tho house of one and in the senate of two resolutions to abolish the Cincinnati boards These resolutionSj however and the effort to introduce a few iocal bills onlj served to kill timo untL tho Democrats conkl reach some agree ment in caucus When tho hnuse met in the afternoon it at once adjourned for tho day and the senate followed suit soon after The Onuciix Conclusion The agreed upon in the Democratic joint caucus is to give the governor the power of removing the Cincinnati board and appointing successors who shall serve until next April when all the mem bers will be chosen by popular vote A special committee will be appointed to investigate the rlmrsca aguinst Heomelin and report at the January adjourned ses sion This plan of action was adopted by a unanimous vote in the caucus A measure embolying these provisions will at once be pushed through Huston Kvitleiitly Want It WASHINGTON Oct Huston returned to Washington last even ing He authorized a United Press repre sentative to state that lie had nut been tendered the position of assistant secreta ry of the treasury and that it would bo indelicate to state what action he would take until it hud been tendered him He would say however that if his name had been brought to tho attention of the pres ident in connection with the vacant as sistant secretaryship it hal been without his consent Her Is a Corpse HAZELTOX Pa Oct Phil lips WHS instantly killed by a fall of coal in tho mines at Audenricd yesterday morning A few hours later Peter Bad man and John Klowitski two Hunga rians were buried under a mass of rock and crushed to a jelly in the same mine Klowitskis sweetheart telegraphed him Tuesday from New York to come and iring her to Andenricd It was his in tention to go to New York today and marry her there Hurt White Stiiiliiiga Ktkle PLUXFIKLD X J Oct night Kmil Proger of Cumberland Md was seriously injured on the Jersey Cen tral railroad between Plaintield and North wood At timo of the accident Proger was stealing a ride on one of the blue imperial trains from Washington It was whilo endeavoring to avoid a brake man that the accident occurred tiuve a Ueporter a IOSTOX Oct 16 James D Ryan stroke of the Bradford club eightoared crew wns arrested yesterday in Cam bridge charged witli assault in pushing a Boston reporter overboard at the club house Oct 5 Illfeeliug owing to the publication of certain articles ii said to have caused the assault He wn Nov U5 Mr tre Honda was ba given i They Are ttutestrablo Immigrants j HOME Oct The United Sintss gov eminent has notified the Italian govern ment that hereafter uo Italian irnmi I grants who have been under sentence in the courts of their native country will be permitted to lund in America Bloody Affray ill Saxony LOXDOX Oct serious emeute oc curred yesterday at a beer garden in Pirnn Saxony the combatants being soldiers and workmen Before the fight could be suppressed five of the latter had teeu killed aud many on both sides wounded And Get Oat and Kill Somebody Else NEW YORK Oct Voticil on trial for ths murder of his son on Jan 23 last wns yesterday acquitted by the jury Dn the ground of insanitj He will be sent to the state insane asylum Silver still Lower In Irlce Oet treas ury department yesterday purchased 275 WO ounces of silver is follows Seventy tive thousand ounces at S30959 and 200 000 onncss at fl0069 Death of n Iroiniuent of PytUlas FORT MADISON la Oct John Van Valken berg past supreme chancellor of the Knights of Pythiasof the world died at his horns in this city yesterday after I The VuUm Pacific Statement BOSTON Oct Union Paci fie usc statement for the entire svstem or eight mouths eaded Aug 81 eiirnings increase Gare It to Hern Pretty Severely POUGHKEEPSIE N Y Oct William Wilson was sentenced yesterday to five years and six months in Sing Sing prison for stoning a Central passenger train IMUon and OBrien Going to Paris CHERBOUEO Oct Dillon OBrien American MisgiuuarieB of tlio Failth Jiealiog Cleed tho Subject of Iiplo matic Try Ttieii Sletiiod Trnpical Fever and Make B Wufiil Kmh Bol Imperils Other Lives and the llrHUl Authorities Take Hold WASHINGTON CITT Oct Brit ish minister has transmitted to the de partment af sitate a letter from the gov ernor of Sierra Ijeone inclosing a report from the colonial surgeon at Freetown Dr Palmer Ross relative to the casii of certain American missionaries at place Dr Ross reports that the superin tendent of tho pari5 Mr Kingmau ar rived there on Feb 27 anl was fol lowed ou June 13 by Mrs Kingman Miss Dick and Messrs Heliuick Jaderguiat Codding Trice n Gates and Hav POWD FIVE OUESTION The Geucrut Master Workman In fartyCreatinff iiuaineM NEW YOKE Oct the current ia of the Journal of the Knights of La bor General Master Workman Powderiy submits to the order a ballot on which are printed five questions pertaining to the future position of the order in rela tion to politics and political action Pow deriy indicates the enormous difficulties in the way of forming a new parly points out the need of energy fortitude aud money in such an undertaking He sub mits the ballotwhich contaias the follow ing questions with spaces for the answers and the signers names and AVants an American Vote 1 Do you favor taking independent po litical action 2 Do yon favor tho idea of turning the order into a pirty 3 ShouW we cooperate with member of other industrial societies in organizing K party while maintaining our order as an educational and industrial institu tiou 4 If you favor cooperation with others would you have yuur general officer1 unite with the officers of other industria movements in issuing a call for anationa industrial reform conference 5 Should we continue to vote with ex THE 8TATE BUDGET A Big Man Who Is Entitled to the Medal TIPS TEE SCALES AT 907 POUNDS It is stated that upon their arrival 1 istiny parties mnkiny the best term possible with them an industrial isuesf Powderly enjoins tho members to forget their nationality in the matterand vot as Americana to vote as of one religion the religion of humanity uud vote as members of that Breath fatherhood o Gid and brotherhood of mail t ey b yin to live in native fashion eat int4 native food cooking and washing for themselves even collecting thjirown fuei in the rainy season hoping thus to gain the confidence of the natives Two of tile Party Succumb On July 9 Mr Kingman informed Dr Koss that two of his party had died that day Upon inquiry Dr Koss learned that no doctor had been called in to attend he deceased Gated and the whole party being Btaunoh believers in faith healing that they had takpn no medi cine and had died of fever JUr Ross knowing that tropical fever if neglected is apt to assume a virulent form among newly arrived white people ordered she bodies to be buried as soon as possible and sent the sanitary policeman to see the order carried out to disinfect the house and destroy the bedding etc used by the deceased The officer reported that otherj were sick in the house a fact which the missionaries had not etatad and oil the next day Mr Kingmau sont for the doctor to see his wife The Loaders Wife Also Dim Sho was found to be in the last stage of oxhaustion from neglected fever having been ill for nine days and in spite of all that could be done she died on the even ing oj tho Hth On the previous day Mr Kingman was found to be ill but refused to accept medical assistance That even ing Mr Trice who was also ill sent for the dcctor and consented to be taken to the hospital for treatment under which he has recovered On the llth Mr King man though worse having again refused to receive tho doctor that gentleman in formed him that as the rnisionaries had by their action originated a malignant type of fever in Freetown endangering the whole community lie would report the matter to the governor isolate the house and advise that ihe rest of tha par ty be sent back to Ameiica Wants No More of tlio Kind Mr Kingmnn then to be treated solely on the ground that Ije did not wish to endanger the community and was on July S3 convalescent Mr Ross adds thnt he understands that these missionaries intend goiny due east Into the interior guided only by a compssa In view of these facts and of the state ment in the Missionary Rjview tha an other party of missionaries is expectiid the governor Sierra Leone calls attwn ion to the matter a this climate is not suited to those who trust alone to falth lealing and ignore the means placed by providence at their disposal for the relief of suffering humanity and as such con iuct is a danger to the community at urge Irish Fceliitos riummoued to Itoiuo LOXDOS Oct Star states that the Her Michael Logue D D archbuh op of the Roman Catholic diocese of Ar magh ami primate of iill Ireland the Hev William J Walsh D D archbishop of he diocese of Dublin the Rev Thomas W Croke D D archbishop of Cashel Rev John MacEviily D D arch jisbop of Tuam have received a sum mons from the pope to appear in Rcime ry next year The Star considers this nn unusual and significant step and one lot often adopted It is in some quarters bought that the summons hna a bear ng on Irish politics and similar subjects Locomotive JCngincem in Convention PlTTSBUBG Pa Oct twenty suventh annual convention of the Brother hood of Locomotive Engineers was com iienced here Wednesday morning The sjssion will last probably two weeks Nothing was done nt yesterdays session tcept routine work One question which vill come up is that of affiliation with the Railway Employes Federation but so far n the views of the delegates can be ob iined they seern to ba opposed to the rsovement A MODERN KNIGHT ERRANT Takes Very KflTectivo limit In Viiequnl Epps STORE N C Oct little town was made the center of confusion Monday night by a fight between fmr white men and ten negroes But for the timely arrival of a stranger the whites would have fared badlr They were near ly overcome when a stranger rode up oc a black horse looked around for a mo meat sprang from his horse and saying cant down any Christian rushed into the crowd and In less than ten sec onds he hud five negroes laid out as stiff and lifeless as though Sullivan had hit thetn His Name Was Uucle Hanuali After quiet was restored one the white men asked the stranger his name He said he was from Virginia and for want of a better name was sometimes called Uncle Hannah He inquired the way to Coinjock bridge sprang into the saddle and was off like a flash He is of medium size An old darky standing by said Dont know what dat man would er did ef he had er got mail ton he licked five and never stopped smiliu1 nor took his cigar out of hii mouth FIVE MEN BURIED ALIVE Fatal Fall of Bock In i Michigan Iron IRON MOUNTAIN Oct men were buried alive yesterday morn ing bv a cavein of rock in shaft No 1 of Ludiugtou mine ami threj were taken out dead Work was at once begun to liber ate tiie imprisoned nvners and soon two of them were rescued uninjured J Fish er was discovered almost covered with ore and pinned down by the timbers He was alive when found but died before he could be jrot out William Bailey and W R Davis were dead when the rescuing parly reached them The shaft was about to be abandoned and the timbers were be ing removed I earmoifs fS 147077 decreasefel2land Clancr arrived here at noon yester i duy and started for Varis last evening One Man Rilled in the Wrook BUBLixcToy la Oct wan a d wreck on the Iowa Central railway iar Coppack la last evening One ra freight train was unable to stop when flagged on the down grade and ran into mother extra which had stopped for vater The way car was reduced to kindling wood and the engine badly vrecked One man was fatally injured Traffic was delayed seven or eight hours Loss to the road about JHOUCO Beoii Xeludinff His Brother Indians PfEBRE S D Oct Hands an udian at Big Foots camp was arrested Tuesday by the authorities at the Chey nne agency and thrown into the guard for posing aa the Indian messiah e has been performing weird dances oing into trances and asking their an i nities rations and even money and po from the superstitious Indians W i nnie Is Viirecaroatrueted XEW YORK Oct Gen Guster vith whom ifiss Winnie Davis has been isiting here says that the cause of the reaking her engagement with Mr Vilkinson is not a mercenary one she explained Is very nd likes to have her own way She has een the idol of every aristocratic south family since her birrhand has formtt ated some Tery decided ructions conoern KTning the late war which she never hea tates to express I believe although I live no right to assert it that Miss Davis nd Mr Wilkinson agreed to disagree Explains Sbairj Freak RICHMOND Va Oct wautifnl variety actreai who was rescued rom the roof of the Putnam tjoildtny on How Dillon OBrien Got Away DLBLIS Out m United Ireland gives an account of the escape of Dillon and OBrien fromwhih it appenrs tha t tbiy were rowed from Dalkey at midnight on Friday nnd Ioarded a yacht which was nvnitiug them in the ofHng They met itii no specijil ad ven ute on the trip ex that when oil Guernsey the yacht was chased by a const revenue cutter but owing to the Dad weather tha pursuit WHS abaiidoned They landed at Cher bourg in fine health and spirits congrat ulating themselves on their good luck One Man Killed Thirteen Injured PnoviDEXCE R I Oct acci dent occurred on the Nort Attleboro and Walpole extension of the Old Colony rail road last evening by which one man was killed and thirteen were injured A flat car which had been left standing on the track was struck by a construction train The flatcar jumped the track killing the foreman of the construction gang Elishu Merrill and injuring the others The Convention PHILADELPHIA Oct to the adjournment of the convention of the Brewmasters Association of the United Stages which has been sitringbere for the last three days the foliowingofficers were elected yesterday President Christian Schneider New York treasurer Henry Auer secretary A Hieronimue Chicago The next convention will be held in St Louis Conuorton Is Getting Well CHICAGO Oct Jimmie Con norton who Higgarty a few weeks ago and in return got a bullet through his own stomach is abie to be up and his appetite is good His antag onist it will be remembered died a few days after the fight from a bullet through the lungs In a shut time Jmmie will be able to stand his trial for murder Suspended a Political NASHVILLE Tenn Oct Ten nessee conference of the M E church south yesterday suspended Ber D C Kelley D D charged with having aban doned his pastorate at GaiUtin after his nomination for governor by the state Pro hibition convention The suspension for six montba The liate Woman Is Abroad KAXSAS CITV Mo Oct Highatn a former catcher of the Chicago ball team and one of the first umpires was horsewhipped here yesterday by Mrs Fred Allen wife of a saloonkeeper The woman gave aa her reason for her action he had circulated damaging reports concerning her character The Pope to See Dillon LOXDOJT Oct Chronicles Paris special says that the pope has expressed a desire to see Mr Dillon in reference to his tontrprerMwith Bishop ODwyerof Um Weather We May Expect SeixGTOy ClTTt Oct foll are the weather indications for ttilrtyaix hours from S p m yesterday For Fair weather followed by rain ting to westerly winds cooler Friday Fof Lower J reooded bf fait weather in eouiheast portioa southerly winds Jfearly Six and a Half Feet High and 8 Feet 4 Inches for the Vacant Seat on the National Snprcuie Charities Cndcr Koumnoe of Items MARTINSVILLE Ind Oct now lays claim to the heaviest man in the world in the person of John Hanson Craig of Danville Hendricks countv Mr Craig was born in Iowa City la in 1SJ5 When quite small his parents remove 1 to Ken tucky where they lived until John was about 13 years old At birth he weighed eleven pounds When 11 months old his weight was seventyseven pounds From this time on his gain in flesh was phe nomenal At the age of 2 years his weight was 200 pounds During 1S5S his parents took him to New York city and entered him as a contestant in the baby show in augurated by P T Barnum and he waa awarded a cash prize of as the largest and heaviest child on exhibition At age of 5 years Ids weight had in creased to J02 pounds Weighs Over 000 Pounds During the next six years his weight in creased to i05 pounds The following eight years bis weight increased 19ti pounds caning hUii to tip the beam at 801 pounds At the age of i5 his weight was 725 at 27 it had increased to 758 pounds During the nest year he gained thirtyfour pounds making his weight at the age of 28 From that time on his weight has been gradually increasing un til now he tips the scales at 907 pounds Mr Craig has never been ill a day in his life is a very delicate eater is not addict ed to the use of intoxicants and does not use tobacco in any form Up and Down and Aroqnd Him Mr Craig stands six feet five Inches in his stocking feot and measures eight feet four Inches at the hips It requires forty one yards of cloth to make him a full suit leat vest and it takes three pounds of yarn to make him a pair of stockings He laughingly says the cows always smile when they see him go ing to a shoe shop to leave his measuru for a pair of boots as It will tako a whole side to make him a pair He wears No bootji The father of Mr Craig was a very small man weighing from 115 to 120 pounds his mother was a small woman not weighing over 110 or 115 pounds WOODS FOR SUPREME JUSTICE A Moverncut on Foot to Obtain Justice Millur Seat for Him INDIANAPOLIS Oct of his city aro preparing to make a vigor ous flght for the appointment of Judge Woods to the position on the United States supreme bench made vacant by the death of Justice Miller and already the jreliminaries are being arranged His frieudi contend that he would have been appointed instead of Judge Brewer but or the attacks of the newspaper in con nection with Dudleys escape from indict ment and that as Woods has novr demon strated the honesty of his motive jy his address to the public be president cannot longer ignore It is claimed that Hanison has ex Jressed a kindly feeling toward Woods and that he has virtually expressed a de aire to advance him Woods friends feel that this is the time for action and it is ironosed to get up a petition in the nature of a private address to the president urg ng Woods appointment Discussing the State Charities INDIANAPOLIS Oct conference of he state charities of Indiana is bding held here with an attendance of several hun dred persons prominently identified with public and private charities The meet ng Wednesday was devoted to a consid eration of the management of poor asy ums and a number of interesting papers were read and discussed The opinion was genera that the county asylums are rarely provide1 with enough land and hat pauperism is encouraged by the fact the poor farms are places of rest than of work Recrae d labile iou fait Was Too Long Returning MtrKCIE Ind Oct years ago Gilbert Bell left his wife and five lit tle cniklren near Yorktown this county laying Lbut he would never return until le was better fixed financially Hia wife that be wes dead manled Will am Guff nn old friend of ber hasband vith whom had been living and to whom she had borne children Last Fri day Mr Bell calltd at the home to seA lis family Oil learning the state of af airs he blamed no one but himself He eft fur New York Saturday Caught His Own Sun Burgling INDIANAPOLIS Oct Wednes day morning Patrolman Wilson was called to Newmans drug store by an larm that burglars were raiding the dace W hen he appeared at the door the mrglar hid himself behind a screen and hen retreated to the cellar The patrol man followed and captured the intruder nd brought him to the light when e proved to be the son of the fflcer He was marched to Ike station nd held on a charge of erred by his father burglary pre F 111 fctjiiiiitraaL yurnui soctiavny rankliu street while walking in nnde stationary temperature For Upper Michigan condition along the roof in her sleep on westerly wtnds stitaonary Mouday morning was yesterday adjudged i For Balms in sotflkeait a lunatic Miss Shaw belongs to PutI air northwest portion westerly jums variety show hereShe is about 23L tionary temperature except coo er m and is described as a beantif ol girl of a aFor Illinois Ctoadr and glr enter and has been drinking to excen for j weather iu ern portion SSIYeral weeks tomMralare wastarlr winds JKDIANAPOLIS Oct Washington ity dispatch gays Ths Indiana friends ol Mr aud Mrs Jeremiah Wilson will be in crested to know that they have an onnced the engagement of their aughter MJBJ Annie to Mr Will am Hay wood the private necretary to VIr Wharton the flret assistant secretary f state Mr Wilson was formerly from ndiani aud s2nce bis Hervice in congress as been practicing at the bar in thu city Hotes Michael Delaney a 14yearold boy mn over and killed by a passenger train t Greensbarg The Farmers Mutuil Benefit ion of Adams coanty decided not to ominate a farmers ticket in the county or indorse any of either polit cal party The Republican was opene d t Plymouth Waduoday In a massmeet ing by Charles f Grifflu can idata for aecretary of stiite Christian conference at MarlM looed Its Tnenctay Rescltiticiin were adopted requesting the Worlds fmll directors to prohibit the sale of liquor on the fair grounds Miss Annadaughter of Dr A JSmith Dr D B married at residence of the brides father at Wabash Taesday evenina Tom Cotton who shot and killed WiU Palmer last Fourth of July Sbel UNDERWEAR AMD GLOVES Largest Variety Lowest Prices DEWENTER The Hatter Furnisher PREPARE FDR WINTER By Ordering Your OVERCOAT OR SUIT 1 S CRAIG Merchanko Quality of Goods and Workmanship the best to be had Our aim is always to please No misrepresentation Try DYKEMANS Fearless Bread Party Cakes Wedding Cakes Good Meals Pure Candies Lunches Etc SIT Market Stiwt Fergusons Old Stand AGAIN WITH SPECIAL PIIICES ON Jewelry Silverware And Spectacles Use Hauks Glasses 25 years ex perience Make no Broadway D A H AUK The Jeweler and Optician uyvilte pliodert guilty Welnesctny aad was aeutenceil to twentyone yiurs im prisoment Senator Voorheea addressed Llie at Butler Wednesday ABBREVIATED TELEGRAMS A Polisli famly named Grnbownkf living near Jlountain Midi laid in kCKS of lxer anl oilier flattj giefoot j B in order to properly relcbrtte thu weddngof thsir daagater tttrj It waaonly time A iligbtlDg lenurk made about the bride reculted ID muk The Peoplns Natluuul liauk cC Waynes1 lieing fatally ntabbtd another hmrt boro Pa capital 50000 has on anj while the bridegroom binnelf WM thorized to Iwgiu business I and poundeil si that Joseph Pulitzer has withdrawn eutirely THE MAHKETS from editorial control of The Xuw York CnioAOo OoC K of clcrael SUy ojicned CornNo t October Decetnbor ojxined 52c clewod ICH OctolKr opcntxl tad December ojiued closed 4i9ft optnil cloned MMC opene1 Jfis clow til83 tllTStf May World owing to his failiug eyesight Settlers iu Sargent county N U a the report is out that they will iued aid before srirhiK i Officer Albert lunge of the Ciiicngo po lice force was shot and fatally wounded VSediipudiiy by Officer Thomaa Madden The latter drunk at the time Dr McGonigal ftu aged New STork phy sician who caused the death of Annie Goodwin by malpractice has been sen closwl tened to twelve years imprisonment i At the annual convention of tho Car riage Makrs association in sexton in higherliKht tcrwlis rooih Grnut H Burrows of Cincln ins SWnMiv mlxtl lo s nati Wednesday elected president packing tind shippintf of j The election at 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every grocer has it TJ Peddlers and seine unscrupulous grocers are offering inibuioiu which DCWAlC ctaial to Pearline or the same aj Pearline ITS they are oot 17 JAMES   

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