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   Logansport Pharos (Newspaper) - October 18, 1890, Logansport, Indiana                                LOGANSPORT DAILY PHAROS 16TH YEAfi SATURDAY EVENING OCTOBER 18 1890 NO JOHN GRAYS GOTHAMS CORNER ON Kor Ladles Misses Chil dren Men and Boys Of course every ne knovs that we keep the largest and best Stock of Underwear in the northwestern part of theStato rnd sell at prices fhat no one pretends to meet Come at once as now is tho time to make the change A Curt Communication to May or Grant GEIf NOBLES JOOULAE REMARK FURNJTURE PRICES THE LOWEST OUP Designs None but Uic Best Workmanship Allowed to Leave our Salesroom M aterial 12thSt Drusr Store DOLANS OPEKA HOUSE WM IlOLAX rROIKlKTOK OKE sniiu WEEK Commencing MONDAY OCTOBER 2O W C Torrolls Celebrated New Vork Com edy Company Supporting the llcautlful Biiio tionul iss Helen Vaitin LYNWOOD in jfloney and Valuable Presents GIVEN AWAY Strongest Company vr organized to play at Popular 1O 2O 3Octs Chantfo of play nightly A grand ladies ami Childrens MATINEE SATURDAY At 2 p m Kvury child in utleiuliincu re ceives u present an will Sonutor Wihl to the AVhiH A Juick iAinngQ In Cos ICeHldvntH of thf Capital City Adopt Nciv Style of New onji IU rectory to Havti Yuluuble Feuturefl Admiral for IJlneHB WASLINGTON CiTV Oct Noblo jocularly suinrrfcfl up the New York city Cinyus yesterdty morning as nnfl two mnku four bat thoHu New York folks Iik2 to make two atitl fvo njftka five vhich they cant do unt Lhvi3 the matter tlint H census tnkju in Juno cannot be compared with Another in October In ihiM tltfj following loiter U of innivy It from Acting Supfjrm tendcut oT ChiMs to Mayor Grant of Now York nril roferd to a luiter re cently written by thfi mayor to Chiids WuriU rtn Krror In the cuumo of letter Ghiids says You state that it from the enu rnurullori the police forco under the of yourslf ind n represent ativo soleotud by me that thera are many inhabitants of tho city of Now York who were not returned by the federal census There hns been no reproientutivo selected by mo to HuporviHi tli j enumurutiou taken by your policu force It is proper that miHupprehyrisioti on your part and the LfTfCt of yonr atutrsincnt should be corrected without delay lest it bo deemed thercfrurn th this bureau WHS in anywise o for or bound by the enumeration you mention Must HILVU Homo Otfiuiul bactB Tho right of thu people of New York to bo counted accurately mid have repre aentation in congress and in the electoral college proportionate to their population has not disputed ami needs no asser tion to have it acknowledged Your de mand for an jiucnrute enumeration of t h city ol New York is without the support of any facts officially knowu in this olHco and will be considered only whoa a case la presentul tu due form and that will then bo decided upon its meritti A Few Things To Jte Noted You will pleane understand that this bureau bus entire confidence in the enum eration it has made of the inhabitants of the city of Xow York and will adhere to tho same until convinced by proper proofs duly presented that thy same is er roneous and to a degrees jhat demands a reenumeration under thu statute in such iaso made and provided You will please further taku notice that the work of the census by the national authorities has proceeded so far that the rosult of the enumeration will bo probably announced wlthlu a few clays and that no great de lay will be allowed you in presenting your case and the evidence you may have to support it SENATOR SPOONfiRS RIDE ow He Dressed and Oot the White House In Fifteen Mlnutus WASHINGTON CITY Oc New York Suns correspondent hero telegraphs tho following to paper Senator Spooncr of Wisconsin ui a during horse man and keeps twelve He ridea liken cowboy and knows every foot of ground around city Fie has been held up three titues this summer for driving tho last time for trotting his Kentucky n in res across t he Arlington bridge Ho likes to wait until tho last minute before setting ou to kep an en gagement and trust to his teams speed to conquer apace for him Quo uight iHHt Auguwt ho received an invitation from tho president to cjme down to din ner at tho White House The senator talked tariff with Senator FdmundH until fifteen minutes o E dinner time and then rushed over tiDnu1 to Old It All In Tlircn HLnutei When this job was accomplished he ran and jumped into the saying to the driver John thive min utes to tho White House and I must stop on the avenue and ol n uecktia When tbo bays stopped on their haunches at the White House a milo distant Spuoner was Btlll fifteen seconds early for dinner Dur ing tho heat one of the mares slipped aud fell flat but picked herself up again nnd for several days it looked as the little dinner would cost Spooner the matter of S400 Will Be a Valuable Bonk WASHINGTON CITY Oct next congressional directory will bo in grenfc demand nil over the country Maj Mich ael the editor has prvpared mnps of all the stares showing the boundaries of each congressional district and by graphic statistics the population actual votes east at tha last election iind the various mpjorlties These miips are full page ia size are excellently drawn snd although thay add fortysix pages to tho directory they will serve K good purpose next yuar when nearly every utato leglslatura will be engaged in considering the business of redtstricting under tho cennu of ISiKX ONE OFEMWASNT GOOD ENOUGH A New York Couple Married Only a Year and TTrlce Sepaiated j NEW YOHK Oct O Goode uooKhs marriago to Miss Roberta P Pitt in May 1880 has not proved an harmonij ous one Within three months the couple separated and Mrs Goodenoagh put her self under the protection of her iincle j 1 John R Pi it Soon afterward a reconI dilation took place and Mrs Goodenough j subsequently assigned her twothirds inS terest in some houses which she and her uncle were erecting in MacDonoughstreet to her husband There was another chanys recently in the relations of the couple and Mrs Goodenongh began a suit in the city court to have her huaband enjoined from disposing of the property Some Interesting Letters The trial began Thursday and Col John Oakey who appeared for 3Ir Good enough pictured him tn a moiel hus band and placed all the responsibility for the trouble oa the uncle To prove the wifes real opinion of her husband ho read these extracts from her letters to him my husband Oh how proud I feel to have sucU a husban When you came to me in your new coat and hat you dont know how proud I was for though I dont deserve such a man still I claim him as my very own I will do all in my power to make my re union with Jack Dear one long happy day Judge reserved his decision DEEDSOFBLOOD Two Tragedies ept lcd from North Carolina BESTJLTS OP A WIPES DISH050B Her Faranuour Shot from Ambaflh by PANIC IN A CHICAGO CF JRCH Tlfteen Hundred Children Statmpeded by a Probable Fatally CHICAGO Oct small fire at St Stanislaus Polish Catholic church on No ble and Graham streets yesterday mom caused a panic ami a score of chil dreot were badly hurt One of them will j protably die At about 8 oclock the Rev Father Vincent Barzynski WHS reading the usual mass for the school children MATTERS AT HOME That Joint Debate Between Raum and Cooper MICrEENES DB3LINES THE OPFEB Wrongotf HuabuiMl Kills t wliep the altar curtain set oa fire by JLothwrUa Brother In a East one of the canlien In than a minute all the flowers and thing ESTY If No ecjual at brice It is wertfy in OLD HONEST THE LELAND HOTEL HORROR The Known Dead Number Only Four Two Missing SYEAClSE N Y Oct actual number of persons lost in tiie Leland ho tel fire is either four or six Four are certainly Cummings Will iam E Harrop of Elizabeth N J Bridget Doyle Rose Schwarz The first and the lost two were servants and the third n commercial travolerIf the dead nra six the other two are Msry Doyle andjMary Puddcn both servants and their bodies lie close to the brick elevator shaft which ia still standing six stories high and a dangerous menace to any one who shonld attempt to recover the bodies All the injured are improving iind expected to re cover DIED A TERRIBLE DEATH A Laborer Fulls Inaint and Is Carried Into a Furnace ASIILAKD Wis Oct Lind ahl a Norwegian employed io the Bige low mill at Washbtirn and whose duty It was to keep the refuse carrier clear which carries refuse slabs and edgings to a large refuse burner met a horrible death yes terday He was subject to fits and while on duty took a fit aud fell into the carrier He wits carried into tho burner and burned to a crisp before assistance could be rendered Ohio Legislative Proceedings COLUMBUS O Oct yesterday afternoon the Republican members of the house held a caucus at which resolutions ot a sensational nature were adopted de claring their intention to vote against any and every measure proposed by the Democrats hereafter The compromise bill WHS read the second time In the house In the senate yesterday morning tho original Ciaumer bill was reintro ducei It provides for the abolishment ol jtie Cincinnati board and the election o their successors it the coming election He Doesnt Care for Mortgiiycs LINCOLN Ills Oct actions of Charles F Gerard wagon and carriage manufacturer of this place in allowing various rea4 estate and chattel mortgages to be against him is explained by the fact that everything he has is con verted into cash and he laughs at the distress of his creditors His brother wiio was a party to some of his deals has lied while he is threatened with Impris oument Me admits being able to pay and snrcnsticidly announces that he wants no sympathy Not Sufficient Evidence CHICAGO Oct of the men ar rested recently for naturalization frauds were discharged yesterday after trial They were Manning and Sheshau The prosecutions principal witnesses two sis ters of Sheelmn remembered distinctly that Sheehan had live years iu tho country bite not remember any thing else Manning swore to Sluelums residence when the latter was naturalized Albany Gory Cuts a Throat on tlm MorrfH Criminal Notes CHARLOTTE N C Oct of a louble mtrder in Allegheny county this state was received here at a late hour Thursday night John Dixon n prosper ous young farmer discovered that an in timate relation wasi existing between bis young wifcii and Marshall Halseyalmost a stranger iu the county Dixon a few days ago told Huisey of his suspicions and warned bim that if he did not call ing at his borne vhile he was nwiy he would derainly kill him Followed the Wicked Parr Tuesday Dixon was away from home and on hia return he saw his wife leaving the house She did not see him but he got his riile and followed her at a dis tance She went into some woods near by and her husband watched her Halsey came lip nui Dixon soon had his suspi cions coafirmed Then he crept slowly through the thick woods until he was near enough to fire and taking aim he pulled the trigger The ball took effect in Hiilsoys temple and he fell dead by the side of bis slayers unfaithful wife Dixon tben told bis wife that he intended to kill her also but her piteous pleadings caused him to desist JhlBtifleril tlj tlie Populace He contented himself with pummeling her with his fist and declared that tney would separate by Hnlseys dead body never to meet again They parted each going in a different direction Soon the news of the tragedy spread over the neighborhood and the excitement was in tense Everybody however justified Dix on and swore that they would pull down the county jail and free him if he should be arrested Late in the evening Charley Halsey an elder brother of the dead man hunted Dixon down and found him at the house of a friend A Until to the Death Halsey pulled out a large revolver to shoot Dixon but other persons interfered saying thnt if ha wanted to flight he would have to flght fair and give Dixon a chance Ten paces were quickly stepped off and the two men put in position with their weapons in their hands Are you rang out a shrill voice and the duellists stood like statues Then one two three fire11 and the two men began to shoot Every chamber from their pis tols was emptied Four Bnlletit in His Bodr Dixon stood still and watched Halsey who began to sitaerger and in a few sec onds fell to the ground and was dead Dixon was not touched Four of his five bullets took effact in Halseys body Af ter the duel Dixou was escorted to the home of bis friend He lias not yet been arrested and the people of Allegheny county say uo sheriff can take him Heretofore lie has been a peaceful man and well known throughout the county ve Isnt Dying WASHINGTON CITY Oct L Scott Is improvingin health as would appear from a letter dated Oct 14th re ceived by M L York lately liis private secretary iu which Mr Scott stated that he may soon come to Washington for a bett r climate m The Latent Conscience VMII WASHINGTON Crrr Oct con science contribution of iu an envelope postmarked Boston Mass was received yesterday by Treasurer Huston and placed to the credit of tho conscience funI OtHeiuls Gone Home on Visits WASHINGTON CITY Oct General Miller has gnne to Indiana to re main several days First Comptroller of the Treasury Matthews left today for his j i home in Ail miru I InrUer Muclti Better WASHING vox Cm Oct D D Porter who has been in poor health late is reported by his physician Dr Wales to be much better since his return from Newport They Go GnlUptn Astride WASHINGTON Cm Oct di vided skirt has come to this city not in very great numbers as yet but the van guard Is here and may be seen daily ia the rMiug schools while several ambi tious society ana practicing with the new arrangement on the avenues and j country roads early every morning The j early riser nowadays may see almost any fair morning some ot the and best known equestriennes of the cap ital galloping astrile as gaily and uncon j cernedly as if they were array troopers Kiigliuul untl JPortiigftil Oct programme of tho uew Portuguese ministry not re garded in British circles as containing much assurance of pence between the two countries England is determined tit all hazards to maintain freedom of naviga tion in the Zambesi and tho admiralty has disputcbc two more vessels to strengthen the squadron at Zinzibar Tho OShoa Sciintlttl Caao LONDON Occ the dlvores court next week application will be made by the petitioner in OShea against OShea Charls S Parncll corespondent to fix a day for trial The briefs in the peti tnse have boeci hnnded to counsel and OShea is anxious that his petition shou d be heard and determined at the earliest day possible The GreiU Northern Railway MINNEAPOLIS Minn Oct a mooting of t rs of the Great Northern railw l Thursday the old officers of iy were reelected A dividend of I n r uu the stock was declared payable X L to stockholders ou record on that date and stock trans fer books declared closed from Oct 0 to Nov 3 Tlie Popes Latest Protest ROME Oct newly issued papal encyclical to the Italian bishops atrongly protests against the government violating the liberty anil rights of the papacy and of Catholicism It accuses the Free Ma sons of reversing modern society aud closes by uu appeal to the faithful for their prayers MAXWELL HANGED The Murderer of Clmrles Decker Itocelvos HIM Reward MORRIS UK Oct Maxwell was hanged at 10 oclock yesterday morn ing The trap was sprung at and at he was lowered to his eouTi He h ad professed religion and waa conn lent that he would ho saved and his last visitor was a ymng lady who had much to do with hU conversion Miss Gordon After the visit cease I he asked for a cigar and as it was given him Sheriff Schroder entered the cell with hisshroudi Maxwell said Say John cant you give me time to smoke this ciorar Schroder consented and Max well I wish it four feet ong A Nervy Prisoner While being dressed he slipped a knife nto the deputys hand saying that he would Imve committed suicide with it had Mis Gordon not reconciled him to his fate When his trial hnd ended a short time ago nnd sentence had been pn nonoccd bo wits taken back to his coll aud us soon as he was locked up he danced a jig remarking to his keeper that he was luckier thnn most people aa he when hti was going to die Max wet would never tell who he really waa and his antecedents are entirely unknown UNCONSTITUTIONAL AND VOID Twenty million acres of the land of islatnre the United States are held by f The Trouble with Kansas Prohibition as Applied to Original Puck ages TOPEKA Kan Occ the United States circuit court yesterday Judges C G Foster of Kansas and J F Phillips of Missouri rendered a decision declaring the prohibitory law of Kansas unconsti tutional and void The case decided was the application of Charles Rhorer an original package agent of this city for H writ of habeas corpus releasing him from jnil where had been confined pending trial oa the charge of selling liqur in original packages utter the passage of the Wilson anttorisinal package bill The court holds that the prohibitory lavr in so far as it affects original packages inoperative nnd can only be made opera tive by reenactment by the Kansas leg THROATCUTTING ON THE STREET An In Turin ted Barber Resents an Ex Strikers Tarmts ALBANY X Y Oct bloody as saull that narrowly escaped a fatal end ing created intense excitement in Eos Albany Thursday night Charles Har ris the victim an exstriker Awhile pass ing the barber shop of John Loftus in company with James Wilson took occa sion to stop and taunt Lofcua for shaving a scab niilroad man The two then passed oin and were followed bir the riated barber who seized anc drawing back his haad drew a keenedged razor viciously across his throat As soon HS possible Harris was removed to Dr Woods office where the heniorrhagi waa stopped and the wound closed wit thirteen stitches Missed tlia Jugular Vein The jugular vein had not been tonchet and the cut may not prore fatal Harri was then conveyed to his home where h passed a fairly comfortable night was arrested soon after the assault an locked up in East Albany statio house Later he was held for the gran jury in default of bail A Vicious Womans Work ST Lotus Mo Oct Baker wife of ila FOD ft Chinese laundryman has been held to the grand jury for throwing lye into the face of Walter Kelly Kelly is a 10yearold boy who is now totally blind and his eyeballs are al most entirely eaten away It was six weeks ago ns he wa4 curiously peering into the Chinamans laundry to look at the ChineseAmerican baby born to the the couple chat the lye was thrown intt his face They Acquitted Gpald ATLANTA Go Oct ia Lillian M Gould on trial at Murphy N C charged with the murder of her husband has bean acquitted This was tbe couple who livid in an isolate1 spot near Murphy N C who while drunk quarreled the husband assaulting hiii wife who in her drunken frenzy stabbed him with a dagger inflict ing a fatal wioumL The facts were lished at the time in these dispatches The wife now proposes to goon the stage Xne international iron and steel insti tute has adjourned amd the deiegatea art ftomt ng west o look at the country rnriains anJ every inflummably was hi flames Nearly 1500 children from 5 to 5 years of ajet assembled a the church When thejj saw the fire they were panicstrickea and Vuade for the exits A Wild KuNit for tlie Street All the efforts of the Sifters of Nolra Darhe who of the children to check the sriijplf proveI of no avail The children tovrud the door and rulled down the stone steps followed by tho ecraming ami tenouzo1 women that were also in the church The children thac came uul were ib2 ones that the most inj ired Tbey were trampUd upon iy inn women and chil dren following them who Sijeniad uttei ly without reason or of mind An alarpi of lire nfts sent iu and the noise of the engines with the ring of belU inide thy panic still wurso Two liojH Dangerously Hurt In less than live minutes after the alarm sent hi over 1 people assembled around the churcli while the panic was at its height Joseph Juzika boy oC 12 yeiirs was the most dangerously injured and will probably die He a of six ches ou the riirht si le of his head the calp is cut through and hU skull frac ured At Kortiakowskis store iSO oble street several physicians were k3pt iusy attending the injured children LOiqiig the injured there was a boy lamed Stanislaus Karainska of 714 Holt vcho waa injured iuturnally by a all from the stoue steps extent of is injuries could not bi ascertained Bard Work to Order Tlie fire was quickly extinguished only i small damaga being done It will not xceed A patrol wagon from the iawson police station arrived anil the po ice with tha help of the fire department icgan to restore onler At first they met vitavery little success It seemed as if iverybody within a mile around waii at he place and the crowds were so douse hat a passage could ouly ba rnnde with he greatest of efforts After half an ours work the police succeeded In tak ng the worst injured children to the ad oiniug drug stores A Gresit Surgical Performance PHILADELPHIA Oct Qesarian operation was successfully performed yesterday by Dr W E Ashton The pa tient wua a young colored woman years of aife The operation was nectissi rtted by malformation owing to which the child would have been born into the abdoraeual cavity Every precaution was taken bdforo ami during the operation Dr Ashton marie the initial incision in the abdomen at a m and four min utes laUir handed the child to Dr Mont gomery The child weighed nearly six jouads Servla n Competitor America Oct British minister at has sent in a voluminous o illustrating the possible ad vantages to be derived from ai of British trade with Servia He de clares that Servia can supply pretty tiear y everything in the line of food products which are now obtained iroiu tiie United Stated and that it would be a way to retaliate1 for the McKiniey taiill law to obtain from the Ser vians instead of the Americans Collided with Freight Curs GALESUCBG Ids Oct Bur lington fast mail ran iuto an open switch near the Atonmouth pottery and collided with a train of cars loaded with tiles and coal wrecking the engiuy damaging the mail car and smashing sevuril coal cars The worst injured were Roderick AlcLain scalded so badly thnt his condition is con sidered criticai Chat les Hi ties broken leg and arm and William Smiley severe ly brumed others were also severely bruised but no one killed Believe tHat Somnhody U Lying Oct latest deuialn from St Petersbuigh of the persecution of flie receive but little credit among the Hebrew residents of London A lead ing rabbi says IE it were not so sad it would be laughable to hear the Russian talking about poor village and agricultural Jews such most of the refugees are removing from Kussia to give their children bane fit ot a uni versity educatiou The locomotive PlTTSBUUG Oct grand Interna tional Auxiliary to the Brotherhood oE Lo comotiveKngineers held a public meeting iu Allegheny yesterday Tho meeting was held with a viw to making known the objects and work of the organization The gran 1 secretary Mrs Henry StClair of Lojransporr lud aud others spoke of the beuelits ol the orgauiz ition Tht brotheriiood convention waa at work in secret session all day listening to reports etc Unitarian Missionary Meeting CHICAGO Oct Unitariann of the west are to hold in Chicago Oct 28 30 a missionary meeting called to fur ther church Hon Austin Blair the war nowrnor of Michigan Hon TUamas PuKnec president of the Woridu fair Rev Minot J Savage the disiiaguished Boston divine aud other men of national reputation are be piresent Tiie Completely Knocked Out BCTTALO X Y Oct Van Heest of Ashland Wisr defeated Mickey Coburn of England in a rattling In a TonaTraudn sporting resort at an early hour Thursday Vaia Hetist received very little punishment while Cobnru was completely kaockel out Baie Ball Champ i unaltlp LouiilVlLLE Oct IS Tue first game of the Worlds bust ball championship se ries he t ween tlie league and Association clnbs was playod yesterday The resnlt 0 Lonuiville 0 battairies Terry Clark and Daly Stratton and Ryan And It Is Sent Direct to Gen Raui Comuient on tbe flection Law j and Its for of tho Stnte Charities Con tor Fire at 1 News Notes INDIANAPOLIS Oct will be no joint discussion between Pension Com missioner Raum and hia prosecutor Con gressman Cooper at leadt it looks that way now Chairman Michener tit the following to Chairman Jewett of the Democratic coinmirtef Iain in of your letter in which you ask fora joint uwiuu lireLn B Riium and the Hon Gorne W C opur I have not c with GenHaum and do not know hiviews but 1 de UQO your proposi tion Cltalienee to Itmim Direct Upon ireceiving this aurauycement Chairmnn Jewett sent the following to Gen iirtum It Laving boon announced that you would speak at iwliits in tlie Fifth district of ludi ann 1 Chairman Miclmucr of tha Republican Ftne coiimiv invtiiijj joint iliscusiun at these places between you ami Copper His answer Have not emitm ted Joii Kium and do noi his views liutdLeline your jrpnaitifni I tliere furo on iKhulf of Mr touner aud the Demo cratic state cunmitt c address the challenge to jou Ann vcr p That The iiillneutial members ot buth of thf leading political parties concede that there is grent Hanger ia the practical of ihc new election law anot however radical their differences upon other questions there is perfect nccorl in the effort to impress upon the mi ml of the voter all the essential requirements of the new system The first object of the legis lature which enacted the law was to pre vent bribery but in attempting to guard against this evil a has been intro duced which is confessedly intricate in many of its details so intricate in fact that even the most intelligent voter will have to exercise great care if ho escapes all the technicalities thru may prove fmtal to his suffrage Wlittt Will the Scratoher Io now Both committees are instructing voters that it is unafe to scratch a for any informality will in throwing out the ballot and the only safe course is to vote the full ticket which can be done by stamping the square opposite the title ot the party ticket It is believed that thousands of ballota will bo thrown out by the eection boarJ nnd that a great number of contests will tallow the elec tion The law requires that all ballots about which the board is not agreed shall not be counted but shall be strung and returned to tho county clerk while tha balloa that are counted shall be burned An Important Omission Thursday night and Friday the gov ernor vrftH flooded with telegrams from county clerks asking How about section 22 This section of the new law requires the executive eighteen days before the election to send to each of the county clerks a certificate of nomination of every person for whom the whole peo ple of tlie state are entitled to vote giving name and place of residence of each can didate Finding that Ihe certificate had not been sent out nnd that it is but eight een days until the election ttleg were sent to notify him 01 the otniaion of this very important duty He set to work at once and the certificates and are now on their way to the STATE CHARITIES CONVENTION The Way Parents the Institutions lor Children INDIANAPOLIS Oct convention state charities closed ia aossion her e Friday Mrs Sarr matron of one of the county houses referred to the home at Oak Park near Chicago as a model in stitution and said that it was during a visit to that institution that she received inspiration for the work Secretary John sou of the state hoard of charities sair that in many institutions he found t the children were snnt there more that the parents escape the rharxes in cident to bringing them up thiu f ir any thing else For instance in Hamilton county there are more children in the home having both parents living than there are orphans la Madison out forty inmates only two are orphans In the Rush county home there are no or phnnsatnll nil the children having one or both parents living Wants a Greenback Plaster TEIIRE HACTE lud Oct C an insurance solicitor was arrested and indicted for embezzemen four dnys ago at the instigation of Walie S Karidall but was promptly acquitte when the cnse came to trial Castiernau lias now filed suit against Raniail ant the Life Insurance Company of Virginia for whom Randall is general agent ask ing damages Arrested an Eloper MLTNCIE Ind Oct 18 aged 25 who eloped with Gertrude ngel 74 daughter of Jacob Bricker this city was arrested Friday vrhilu quartered at the home of his brotLer Kere The vlopiux pair were married at Fair mount am the father of tho bride will also prosecute the making tin affi davit npon which the license was issuod Costly Fire at ftLif ctull MITCHELL Ind Oct IS 9 oclock Friday a fire swept bare the corner of Main aai Seventh sitreeta The fire originated in the office of Tlie MUcbeil Review owned by WiJIiam Tankslev which a total loss Tanksley also lost his Wilson shop Six biiitdinjs be sides A Wisners stabiu wyns de stroyed The loss i3 UNDERWEAR AMD GLOVES Largest Variety Lowest Prices DEWENTER Try DYKEM AIMS Fearless Bread Party Cakes Wedding Cakes Good Meals Pure Candies Lunches Etc S17 Markit Street to Old WITH SPECIAL 1HICKS ON AGAIN ON Jewelry Silverware e Hauks Glasses 25 years ex no Broadway D A HAUK Jeweler and Optician And Spectacles Use Hauks Glasses 25 years ex perience Make no Broadway PREPARE FDR WINTER 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 meeting iu ciie court house park I Nelson was sent over the mile on RlchmoMl track Tuesday but tha trtCk WHH in Imcl condition and he fu not pushed He made it in ABBREVIATED TELEGRAMS Tho own marshal of Kjr was assassinated Thursday night Jtut u he entering hia own gate had occasion recently to shoot holm says the dispatch and one of is the supposed THE Dom Pedro eyemperor of Brazil has taken up bis residence at France Clyde Panly a boy ot 15 who fifty horses U being huuteJ by the police of Chicago The Republican county convention for Dubuque Ift has renominated Miss Vir ginia LewU for county recorder The treasury department Friday re ceived offers of of gllrer purchased 14300f ounces at 110040 Tho Britldh ai horitiet find It very dif ficult to break stealing in Cy prus The people do not regard It aa a crime There waa a run on the FiftK National bank of Graud Rapids Mich Friday canned by Peters failure bank paid all demaudB promptly The coroners jury which investigated the powder explosion at Duponlg works rendered a verdict that the explosion accidental and blaming DO one Herr Baunigarteu a delegate to the So cialist congress at Halle Germany dropped dead in the chamber while f peaking to the delegates Friday It is said that the state ot Alabama will 47Hc do Slay SOHo evade paying the reward offered for the mow CQICAOO Oct 17 on tho 1 arJ of trade todfty were lullows at Vo October and closixl fl IJwtmbw opened close 1 ilA May oiKne1 tl119 o 2 October opentd 5c Deiumber opened fiOVftc eloiid MMc Muv opened closed 58J i October and 1 emlxr opened 43c Ufty 6c opened and closed January fll 7JH tll86 Mar OjoneJ closed opened H ckscJ J825 1rodue iSc per rfsli off I8c doz Live hens aud spring Utitflc per 1 ducks to fency 70ftTBc bu Wtscoaain nweet per bbt Twn cooklnfc J2752350 per bbl eatlni New York YORK Oot IT WheatNo 2 red winter CMO II 1C8H do Decejitbtr do I 2 mixed S7M 68c cash ber do December 08V4c No 2 mixed cub do November capture of Burrows the outlaw becaate the terms were not techaically complied with It is stated that the great Sheridan tun nel near Teiluride Colo has developed body of silver ore and that over 115000000 is iu sight The town U wild with ex citement November December teW Lira gtock firm at anight ad ranee othar grades dull alk4 jit former pric ft poorest to steers 3 i V Its Texans and onuloB U buls and 4ry cows 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itself to buill a new house of worship The surriyors of the Eighth and Eight eenth regiments and First Indiana bat tery held their reunion in Richmond Thursday Senator Voorheei Ic donnaum at sejopened Dtnuxnt Itstaa FridsT m The United States Official Investigation of Baking Powders Made under authority of Congress by the Chem ical Division of the Department of Agriculture Washington D C and recently completed Shows the Royal Baking Powder to be a cream of tartar baking powder of the highest quality superior to all others in strength leavening power and general usefulness The Royal Baking Powder is thus distinguished by the highest expert official authority the leading Baking Powder of the world   

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