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   Logansport Pharos (Newspaper) - October 20, 1890, Logansport, Indiana                                LOGANSPOBT DAILY MONDAY EVENING OCTOBER 20 L890 NO 148 JOHN GRAYS CORNER ON BLOOD FOE BLOOD Kor Lacilss Misses Chil dren Men and Boys Of course overy ne knows that we keep the largest and best Stock of Underwear In the northwestern part of the State and sell at prices that no one pretends to meet Corne at once as now Is tho time to make tho change Shocking Outcome of a Scan dalous Romance FURNITURE THE Our Designs Suno but the Host Workmanship Allowed to euvu uur Siilisroorn Material P73RL7I1TS 12thSt Drue Store AULHKMKXTlft UOLANS OPKKA HOUSE WM DOLAN JPKCPIUKTOIl ONE SOLID WEKK Commencing MONDAY OCTOBER 2O W C Terrells Celebrated New York Com Compimy Supporting tho Beautiful Emo tional Actress Miss Helen Vaughn LYNWOOD and Valuable Presents GIVEN AWAY Stronxwut Company ever organized to piny at Popular 2O 3Octs vihtiniro of play nightly A jcraml and Childrens MATINEE SATURDAY At 3 p m Every child In attendance a present HONESTY stjevtrybest plug and is putufc very A BETRAYED GIEL3 DEADLY SHOT Follo d by Oni froin Her Victim That Her Sanautlon at Qulncy Story of Love and TraimgrcHrtlon of Tecullar of Youtliful Depravity liojs Who Seem to linve fieen Born To liii Crtuie QUINCY Ilia Oct perfidy womans weikness a broken mar riage and a suit for betray culminated in a shooting affray ia this citj afternoon as a result if which Daniel G Pricu is dead and Miss Ullle Bootli was sent moaning to a bed of pain w tli a bullet bole through her body Diniel Price and his brother Sey mour were walking on tbe street when Miss Booth slipped up behind them with ugly bulldog revolver in her hand Baforo duy one could stop her she placed tho mnnze wlthlN n foot of DUE Prices back and pulled tha trigger Price ran into Lakes wullpaper store but reap peared u moment later with a revolver and flred at his slayer the bullet going In at llio Ijnck and passing entirely through her body Price died a few min utes later while Miss Booths wound was ireBBed and she was placed under arrest in the hospital to which she was taken Ihe ttrtieil to the Tragedy The parties to the shooting belong to some of the wealthiest and bestknown families in Adams county and the affair ban created n tremendous sensation Miss IBooth in about 2M age wealthy tefined welleducated of prepossessing ippearaace and previous to the scandal loading to the tragedy was one of the belies ol her neighborhood She Is the laughttir of tho late William Booth one of tho wealthy farmers of tho county He lied a fow months ago of a broken heart by his daughters betrayal Daniel Gr Prlcti was the son of another promi nent an wealthy farmer n neighbor of Mr Booth He was nbout 32 years old good looking and popular Fimitlon and Consequences Daniel Price and Lilllu Booth lov ers for years and were engaged to bo mar ried A little over u year ago Price went o Balina Kan where he established a roal estate and loan office Shortly after his departure Miss Booth confided to her parents that ftire wan Che father of her unborn child Efforts were made to in 3uce Price to marry tbe girl bnt this he refused Finally he agreed that if the child should be born after the 1st of March last he would accept its paternity Miss Booth went to Montana where the ohlld was born the last day of February six hours before midnight Very Particular as to Time Price then refused to have anything further to do with Miss Booth She went to Salina two mouths ago and com menced suit for bastardy All the evi jenco was heard there Wo attempt was mado to convict Miss Booth of Intimacy with any other man but on the strength f the lut of Miirch agreement the jury tcqulttud him although the child was born only six hours before tho date when Price he would accept its paternity Booth then returned to her home in bhis county where she remained until she started on her murderous mission Piico zame tc Qutncy a few days ago and hoar Ing that he was here Miss Booth also ame to the clty and followed her victim until she got an opportunity shoot him Did lie Die vllli Ito on His Llp7 Abont an hour before his death Price made ati antemortem statement saying I atn dying nnd I want to say now that did not wrong tha girl Juat bsfoia he died Price turned to bis sister who had beef sumtnonsd and was standing by his bedside and said lam very near my tell mother I did not wrong the girl Public ympathy is now almost entirely with Miss Booth No one believes Prices dyfng words hia object it is sup posed being to comfort his mother IJootlt Dead The sensational double shooting Satur day and tbe death of Dan Price was fol lowed yesterday by the death of Lillie E Booth Miss Booth was worth not than 130000 in her own name YOUTHFUL BUT DIABOLICAL MHMachuletta Hoy Who Hail Better Never Been Born BOSTON Oct 20 Valois a 6 jrearold liixbury uoyuos give a evidences recently of astonishing depravity His chief pleasure seems to consist in tortur ing his playmates Several new houses Me being built iu the vicinity of his home and ft great many plumbers furnaces are around Going to thesj the boy would put a small stick in the glowing coals and when it began to blaze he would thrust it with a quick movement into the face of any child standing near by his aim being to put it if possible in the mouth of his victim Four Victims ot Uls Cruolty At the present time there are four children who are said to have been severe ly Swats Leonard Scaev oiue nnd May and Nettie Gillou The at two are under 8 years of age and are jorribly burned tha one in the mouth the other In tbe eye In addition to this a number of theftn have been traced to the little boy and nothing apparently can be done to stop him The boy is at present beyond the reach of the law as no cue con be arrested or sentenced who under 7 years of age and no judge would commit a child ao young to the re form school It Won a IKailly Shot Six BLPFJS Ills Oct Thompson n carpenter was shot and in stantly killed by the night telegraph op erator James Chenowith here Friday night Thompson knocked Chenowith down and ihe latter as soon as he got on his feet pulltd a revolver and fired the bullet striking Thompson between the eyes MORE JUVENILE DEPRAVITY An Organization of Who Commit ted TUert Systematically FT WORTH Tex Oct 20There wore itartllns developments in the mystery surrounding what ia known as the Corn Dodgerclub yesterday It is an organlia tioa of boys ranging in age from 7 to 15 years many of whom have been arrested for complicity iu petfy thefts but on ac count of Uieir youth and the small value of their takings ihey have escaped purlsh meat Six of them tvere yester day and with them n clothing dealer named Hall who is charged with reeeif ing the goods that the boys had stolen It Is also learned that the Corn Dodgers have branches iu Dallas Waco Marshall Austin and Houston Tex and Oelp They have a code of signals And ottter means of secret communication Whether Hall is at the head of the organ ization has not yet been datermined HER REWARD WAS DEATH A Deserted Wife Finds Her Unjibnnd To Be Stubbed by Ills Paramour RAXSGM Mich Oct John Barber who came here to prevail on her husband to return to bis home was was stabbed to the heart yesterday by Big the woman with whom he was living The Barbers lived at Lima 0 and a few days ago Barber deserted his wife and six children and came to this place with Big Sadie a disreputable woman of Lima He was followed by his wife who reached here yesterday She went to the house where her husband and the woman were stopping and besought him to return with her to their home He seemed willing to do so when the woman interfered a fit of jealous rage plunged a into Mrs Barbers breast safest 01 Hardin a er ABain DETROIT owof tne Hair Cutter has wiord and made i ninth successful aipt to lower tha beauty of Detroits darkhaired girls Fri nay night as Lucy Gerluch a stout and ruther goodlooking girl 15 rears old waa going home a man dodgei Out of an alley ttind with the motion peculiar to himself threw his arm around her neck Miss Gerlach is very strong and she struggled wilh the fellow and kept him BO eu grossed that he did not do his work with tho same precision as of yore and only got about half of her hair Friday a man who doea not answer to the description attempted to sell a miscellaneous lot of hair to a local dealer and when she at tempted to detain himhe made his es cape and it is now believed that there are two of the miacreauts Ij A Candidate Held In Ball CHICAGO Oct Sol Van Pragg can didate for the legislature from one of the districts of this city was held in bail by United States Commissioner Hoyne Saturday for subornation of per ury it being alleged that he induced John Callaghan and the Murry boys to swear falsely that they had been in this country five years so that they could be be Callagbau anil tho Murry boys turned informers and swore to Van Praogs guilt Tbe evidence for the defense waa to the effect that Van Praag was not with his accusers at all on the night in question and was given by C H Wallace superintendent of Lake Front park Droke Jail nt Kalnmaxoo KALAMAZOO Mich Oct A most dar ing jail delivery took place early yester day evening when six of the toughest criminals sawed through the iron bars OQ tha second floor tier of tho county pris on and lowered themselves by a rope to ground The men who escaped were F R Reynolds murderous assault Dan ODay larcony Thomas Burnes and Charles Smith Chicago crooks Eil Wil son burglar and Lemuel Allen Hanged by an Armed Mob MACON Ga Oct 20 William Single ton a negro hackman was taken from Jail 1rlday night by au armed mob and hanged to a tree His body was not cub down until 8 oclock Saturday afternoon Five weeks ago Saturday night Singleton committed a rape upon a young lady whose name U suppressed because of her social prominence What Is First Degree iQ Xew York ALBANY N Y Oct William Tay lor who lias for the last week been on trial for the murder of his mother lust spring was Saturday night convicted in the second degree PETERS ENTIRELY BANKRUPT His Failure Will Leave Him Without a Cuusu DETROIT Mich Oct M Henry assignee of R C Peters who has re turned from Manistee where he partly completed his inventory of the stock says it is impossible to tell tbe exact amount of liabilities He thinks they will exceed a600000 He thinks that the Chicago banks and large creditors gener ally aro well protected and expresses the oplQioit that tbe failure is complete and that it will leave Peters without a cent It was caused by Peters having more irons in the flro than he could attend to That Grand Ruplds Bank GBASD KAPIDS MichOct run on the Fifth National bank following the Peters failure subsided Saturday Thos R Lyon of Ludlngton is in the cityand says that he has of Peters paper in various firms but is well secured The Ohio Legislature COLUMB03 O Oct was not until noou Saturday that the Democrats iu the legislature secured the presence of a quo rum Then the compromise bill regard Ing the Cincinnati board of works was put on its passage and to 53 A motion to recommit however was car ried but a substitute bill abolishing the board and giving power of appointment to the sinking fund commissioners was offered and defeated A motion to recon sider this vote was also made pending dis cussion of which the house adjourned un til today at 4 p m The senate put in the ontiro day up to 4 p m waiting action on the part of tho house and thonadjourned until toraorrow Indicted Strike Back CHAMPAIQX Ills Oct Fos ter and eight other students of the Uni versity of Illinois have entered suit for each for malicious prosecution asjaiust James R Scott who caused their indictment for voting illegally at the city electiou The students were acquitted in the circuit court The Base Ball Championship LoinsviiLE Ky Oct second game between the Brooklyn League and Louisville Association clubs for the worlds championship was pilayed here Saturday resulted in another victory for the to 8 and Daly Daily and Ryan Death ol an AgrcUA tiirti Editor DESVER Oct L W Cutler editor ami proprietor of The Field and Farm of this city died suddenly at Sav lida Colo Saturday He waa born in Genesee county N ia He was at ooj time associate editor with realey on The New York Tribune served in that capacity for years He a veteran of the Mexican war and came here in ISM The Weather We May Bxpect WJLSHIXGTOS Crrr Oct following are tbo weather Indications for thirtysix hours from 8 p m yesterday For Fair weather warmer variable winds For j Lower Hi weather preceded by showers wsterly winds and warmer by Toes 1 day ruoraing For Upper Michigan and VVij r precedes bjr a along the laKe shore variable For Iowa and IHinoiSi r winde fair weather iaoreMliig and rains Monday nigta THE FOREIGN WIEE Balfour Makes a Few Com ments on Morley A SLAP AT THE GRAJTD OLD MAN Gladatoine Charged with of Czar and His German Subjects Not Getting Along Pretty on tlie Vienna Street Rail Nationalists Hold a Great Election Old World Notes LOSDOX Oct spoke at Newcastle Saturday and severely at tacked Morley He said that Morley had criticised him for absenting himself from Ireland but when Morley was Irish secre period of six Morley had spent only five days in Ireland Bal f our denied that any principle of law of common sense waa violated by the ap pointment of Shftjinon as resident magis trate at During the Belfast rioU resident magistrates appointed by Morley were repeatedly called upaa to ad judicate cases in which they just previously acted in an executive capacity The evidence in regard to tho Tipperary riot was as usual in such cases ingbut experience justified him in believ ing the reports made by the responsible officers Morley Not a Good Wltaeas Col Caddell was perfectly justified in causing the mob to move on The police used no more force than was necessary to prevent ingress to the court house It is quite impossible to refrain from some use of force on such occasions Morley was too much carried away by political passion to be an impartial narrator Bal four was certain that all Englishmen would feel that they would rather have acted Col Caddells part In the drama than Morleys Let the people compare MorleyB statement with the ascertained facts and then say whether they cared to trust the interests of the Irish loyal minority to the party with which Morley is allied A neference to Gladstone He reminded his hoarars that in 1888 at the time of the Ennls riots Gladstone made a statement in reference to those troubles which afterwards turned out to be incorrect Now Morley had made statements in regard to tha Tipperary af fair which were destroyed by the official reports Yet neither Gladstone nor Mor ley had been honest enough to admit their error or to make any apology for their m instalments RUSSIA FOR RUSSIANS The Czar Not in Love with Subjects Who Are Too German LONDOS Oct the Baltic prov inces of the Russian empire the czars offi cers are making every effort to stamp out the German sentiment and substitute Russian for German education both sec ular and religious The latest move Is to deprive the Lutheran pastors of their sti pends on the pretence that some of them are not sufficiently loyal fthrowingr the pastors for support entirely on thecon tributions of their flocks and insuring the abandonment of many of the poorer and more remote churches where the congregations would be unwilling to sup port a minister among them Crvisade on the German Language The German language Is also prohibited ou public signs over shops nnd its teach ing forbidden in tho schools One Luth eran pastor named Grimm having been twice convicted of on tha ortho dox religion in his sermons and now con victed a third time has been sentenced to deportation for an indefinite period to Si beria Notwithstanding all these meas ures the people continue strong in their German attach oient Russia and tha Welsh TinPlate Men LONDON Oct Russian govern ment is sending workmen to various coun tries to obtain situations and pick up all the Information they can that may be useful to Russian manufacturers and ex porters The Welsh tinplate makers have taken alarm at this and have given warning that if the secrets of thair trade are discovered in this way and mada use of by the Russians they will import no more sheetiron from Russia and will boyoott all Russian products so far as possible Election In England LONDON Oct parliamentary campaign at Eccles Is a very lively one A leading feature of the contest is the display of pictorial banners The Con servatives are parading a banner entitled The Patriot Stowaways It represents OBrien and Dillon fleeing from Ireland They are pictured as stowaways huddled frightened in the hold of a ship amid casks rats etc The Liberals are exhib iting pictures of members of parliament being shadowed by villainous looking de tectives The Pope and the Irish fc LONDON Oct both in England and Ireland are excited over the order from Rome summoning the Irish archbishops and their senior suffragan bishops M the presence of the pope It brings the Natfonal league through its clerical sympathies face to face at last with a menace they have long preferred to avoid and is regarded as provirig that England has gained a point Street Hallway Strike in Vienna VtEJfNA Oct The employes of the tramways of this city went on a strike yesterday The service is entirely sus pended The conductors struck for an increase of wages and the other employes quit work in order to support the demand The police are in possession of the tram way premises and troops are nndsr arms n tho barracks ready to act iu case of public disturbance Graat Meeting of Irishmen LONDON Oct Nationalists held an enormous meeting yesterday at Neagh near Waterford Ireland Bands and ban ners were numerous and much enthusi asm was displayed members of parliament were among the speakers The police were out In force but contented themselves with watching the proceedings and taking copious notes of what was said The English Fair LONDON Oct committee of lead ing fair tradem who believe in tariff re taliation as a national policy have asked David Dudley Meld to deliver ail address next mrath on the subject of re orisala The fair traders are making many converts us a result of tne McKin ley tariff bill and its effects upon British exports The Prince of Wales a Liberal j LONBOSrOct prince of Wales ia very circumspect and has not himself I giren any known cause for the prevalent i rumor IJbat be It favorable to the mexit tne Irisa question upon the basis of home rule But in domestic politics the sympathies of the heir apparent have generally inclined to the Liberal cide Home for WornOut Typos LOXDOX Oct memorial stones of the new building of the Printers Alms houses at London were laid Saturday by the Baroness BurdettCoutts and Mrs W H CollinKridge The baroness is a lib eral contributor to the charity which is Tor the beueiit of wornout printers Torpedo Boat Lost Sea ROME Oct learn that au Ital ian torpedo boat had bivti lost while on a trip from Naples to Spezzia have been realized It is learned ihut the boiler of the boat burst causing the vessel to foun der Three officers and fifteen sailors were drowned The French AVine Growers Object LONDONOct Ereuch wine growers have entered n protest against auy retaliatory policy toward the United States In regard to duKs on the ground that America is one the best customers for French wines Strikes aa n Stimulant to Prices LONDON Oct 20 in Australia have gone up tremendously owing to the prolonged strike butter from 36 to 7i cekts per pound and flour etc in propor tion Hardly Worth Mentioning LONDON Oct Chronicles War saw special reports that a futile attempt haa been made to ahtjt the czar The stipry has not been confirmed POLITICS IN SOUTH CAROLINA Thicker to the Square Foot Than Ever Known Refore CHARLESTON S C situa tion in South Carolina from a political standpoint is decidedly peculiar Every body is talking politics and the people arei wrought up to a high pitch of excite ment The excitement is confined to no class nor to any particular section of thG state It is general throughout the whole state and affects both races The few days cow remaining betore the general election in November bid fair to be days well filled with bitterness and even blood shed The leaders of the opposition fac tions are hard at work and neither side will leave a single stoneunturned to in sure victory There are muny who regret that such a state of things has come but on the other band there sire others who welcome the breaking of old party lines Regarding tile Negro Toto All recognize the fct that the negro vote will be used and maoy admit thatthei negro will be the deciding factor In thei fight between the whites A great many bewail this recognition of the right to vote anil declare that the result will be that in the next four years the blacks will have control of the state The other side retort that it is Che part of wis dom to recognize the fact that the negro vote cannot be suppressed much longer and to take charge of it now and get con trol of it They say that recognition of the negro vote is but a question of time and that too of a very abort time and that if they did noi use it their oppo nents use it two years hence to keep themselves in office The Position of the Senators Hampton and HutJer have re to tteir homes ami met with a re quest from the state executive committee to take the stump against the independent movement led by Juuga Hnskell They were during the summer campaign in vited by the now independent Democrats to speak against the Tillmnn movement Geu Hamplon tamu from Washington City and made one or speeches but waa honled down iiid advised by the Tfll mauitea not to meddle with the atate The tables are now turned and they are in de mand Senator Butler is willing to do so Senator Hampton will not take the field against Huske 1 Bui h senators will proba bly vote for TiUmau BURIAL OF JUSTICE MILLER The Body of the Iuad Jurist Laid to Refit at Keokuh KEOKUE Ia Oct 20The body of Jus tice Miller arrived here Saturday about 9 a m sud was met at the railway station by the honorary pallbearers various com mittees company A Second regiment I N G nnd Torreuce post G A R to gether with several thousand citizens It was taken to the feiliral building which wan elaborately draped ia mourning and there the face Was exposed to the view of many of the citizens who passed by the cjisket The funeral services were held in the Unitarian church and the procession to the cemetery was a splendid tribute to the honor in which the dead jurist was held at his home Many distinguished men from all parts of the country at tended the funeral and the city was in mourning garb We Have 63450000 People WASHINGTON CITY Oct is now believed that the total population of tbe United States will be shown to be about 63450000 The entire count of th5 coun try has now been completed with the ex ception of nine supervisors districts where recounts are in progress The work will not be completed before Superinten dent Porters return which is expected by the latter part of next week Trygng to Free Sam Fielden WASHINGTON CITT Oct bill of assignment of errors in the case of Sam uel Fielden vs the people of the state of Illinois was filed with the clerk of the su preme court Saturday Gen Butler has announced his intention of making a mo tion to set the case ahead and ic will doubtless be beard at an early the middle of next month Mayor Grants Censtuu NEW YORK Oct Grant re ferring to the letter of Acting Superin tendent of Census Childs says he will pay no attention lci it but appeal to Sec retary Xcble and if unsuccessful there to the president and then to congress The fact is developed that the mayors census was a mere enumeration of persons with out taking names Diphtheria Closes the Schools KINGSTON X Y Oct public schools at Oxford Blooming Grove and other villages in that section of Orange eouoty have been closed owing to the prevalence of a malignant type of diph theria THE STATE BUDGET Remarkable Vitality of a Three Yearold Boy An iLxtrm jHssion in Iowa MASONCITT la Oct A gentleman ntliscily who stands in close relation o the suite administration says that if the supreme coart of Iowa in its ap pealed original package cases holds sim ilar to the Kansas United States circuit court which it doubtless will the govj eruor is prepared to call au extra session of the Tbe legislature wotsld be Prohibition bat cot strong enough to pass a bill over the veto j WITH A HOLE TS HIS BBAIN oflrre Haute Seems To Be In Big Thing for bjan His Deserts Chicago Pipe Shaft DECATUU Ind Oct most re markable accident that has ever been knowu to occur la this part of the coun try huppiened one week Jago to Freddie the 3yearold son of Jnmes Niblick a prominent business inaa of this city Freddie and his elder brother Charlie were left in a room to amune themselves while the mother was at work in another part of the house The children discovered a 38caiber revolver which had been left within easy access and in playing with the weapon it was accidentally discharged while in the hands of the eker hrother the ball entering the forehead of Freddie just above the left eye and passing out of the back of the head thus penetrating the brain But I10 Didnt Die The wound was considered fatal and every one expected the little sufferer would survive but a few momenta but in a few days he rallied and is now considered on n fair way to recovery being able to take nourishment nnd to make his wants known The physicians In charge of the case inserted a silver probe into the open ing until the instrument passed entirely through the childs head after which A perforated drainage tube was introduced following the coursa of the ball This tube hus been allowed to remain in the childs head that the pun accumulating in the wound can bo discharged through it IT LOOKS RATHER QUEER She Way a Grand Jury Wan Dlsmlued at Tarre Halite TERHE HAUTE lud Oct un seen influence appears to be exerted to keep exCity Treasurer Fltzpatrlck from standing trial in the criminal court The first of last week the members of the grand jury took the casein their own hands without consulting either the judge or prosecutor and gave the sub poenas for witnesses to the sheriff Only one of these were served and it Friday night Judge Mack sent for the jury be fore it could take any further step and although there was much to be done in other cases summarily dismissed it with out any remarks The jurymen were as tounded and are now very indignant as to the gentral public A Doom for Hammond HAMKoyo Ind Oct were completed Saturday which will giva Hammond a prominent place among indusrial cities of the Calumet basin The BrowuBojnell company has pur chased the entire plant of the Lakside Nail company and will expend in establishing a complete ironindustry Instead of the 200 men now employed at the nail works the new company will em ploy between SOOO and 2500 men The nail mill now In operation will be used and in addition aplate mill a rod mill a structural iron mill and a full system of blast furnaces will be built No Natural Gas for Chicago IXDIAXAFOLIS Oct work was suspended a few days ago upon the pipe line that was to carry natural gas from the Kokomo fields to Chicago it was an nounced that the suspension was but tem porary but now parties interested say that the work has been abandoned About twenty miles of pipe have beu laid and over eighty miles of pipe spread along at different points It is thought that tha reason for abandoning the enter prise is the doubt whether the gas can be piped to far An Engineer Mysteriously Shot IHDIAXAPOLIS Oct John McMahan an engineer on the Big Four railroad was mysteriously shot at Lawreuceburg Junc tion Saturdajnight The ttain was cross ing the bridge when some one flreJ from ambush with a shotgun the load taking effect in McMahans shoulder He waa brought to his home In this city and is in a critical condition Death ol A M OHIOAGO Oct Abner M Wright ol the board of trade who mas been ill for some time die d last even The Furniture Workers IXDIAXAPOLIS Oct furniture workers of America adopted a resolution ordering the executive committee of the organization to perfect an arrangement with the Brotherhood of Carpenters by the terms of which each will support the other selected Brooklyn N Y as the next place of adjourned Fire at a Coal Mine BRAZIL Ind Oct Brtzi Black Coal companys shaft No 1 at Cox ville ten miles north of the Chicago and ndiaua Coal road barned enrly riatur day morning The loss was and the nsurance Four hundred men are thrown out of employment for six weeks Tie origin f the fire if unknown They Put Him Through Rapidly JEFFEHSOXVILLE Ind Oct Harris robbed Henry Dobtw an insurance near McCniloch Chapel at 5 oclock Friday evening was arrested brought here to jail and indicted Saturday morn ing convicted and sentenced at 10 oclock and lodged in the penitentiary for four years at 1 An EpHdemic Near Brazil BrAZIL Ind Oct 20Several case of malignant diphtheria and scarlet fever are reported in Stauuton Newberg Car and other points in this vicinity with a few deaths Seeps are being taken the authorities here to prevent an epi demic HooKier Nofcea At North Manchester Friday John 11 Butler delivered the first Republican Rpeech of the campaign ia the county Sanford Lizemore aged 70 years of Jef ersonville committed suicide Saturday by stepping in front of a moving train A Chicago and West Michigan railroad engine jumped the track near Hart man Friday morning No was serienslr njiured Simond Fields a farmer 63 jean old was sentenced to life imprisonment at for the murder of his neighbor Silas Bell Saturday the first game of football ol the State College league was played at Greencaatle between the Butler clnb of Indlanapclij and the Delauw club tt Greencaatle DePauw whitewashed iU ojiiwnents TKe dead body of an uaknown vuuj bad jost an arm Iwai found in the 1T9MI near Goehen Saturday It is not known whether it in or suicidj Nelson trlttd tobmfc Ills raoorfat Bichmond Bainrttw fifel onltlF Rccvered Virile YCD fait UNDERWEAR AMD GLOVES Largest Variety Lowest Prices DEWENTER Try DYKEMANS Fearless Bread Party Cakes Wedding Cakes Good Meals Pure Candies Lunches Etc 317 Market Street Fergusons Old StanX AGAIN WITH SPKCIAL PKICKS ON Jewelry Silverware And Spectacles Use Hauks Glasses 25 years ex perience Make no Broadway D A HAUK The Jeweler and Optician PREPARE FDR WINTER By Ordering Your OVERCOAT OR SUIT 1 S CRAIG Merchant Tailor Quality of Goods and Workmanship the best to be had Our aim is always to please No misrepresentation for Infants and Children CMtorUuiBowelladaptedtochndrenthat I Colic OoMfpMtem rucommendltMauperiortoaDTpreservation I 8our Strmach Diarrhoea Eructation known to me H JL M D Kflta tfre deep udpraxXM o H JL AacHxm H D Ill So Oxford St BraeklTa N T gestfon I Without injurious CEniCB COMPAKT 77 Murray Street X V coraing The miners at Brazil ask for a JO cent advance beginning Nov 1 A jeafly scale was adopted May 1 last but the advance ID the price of coal has resulted in the re quest made An KxClerfjrinan Sent to the NEW YORK Oct F EJder formerly a Presbyterian clergyman waa sentenced to five yeara in statad prison by Recorder Smyth in general aesgioajt court yesterday for abducting 15 yearold Mary McCaiiD AN EXODUS FOR HOME Department Clerka Mfc tMe Capital Hu tllng to In Their WASBIXGTOS CtTT Oct There been great political activity among de partment clerks here for the patt twelve months and the probability Is that or 5000 of them will go home to Tote at the coming November elections A scon or more of Republican state have been organizad and their will probably go borne en masse to vote Never was greater activity and energy put forth in getting every qualified Repub lican voter home for the November elec tions and the exodus to be an usual Eallwuj Reduce Their Thousands of votes will be polled In dis tant Htaces that have not been cast before in yeard So great does this exodus prom ise to be that the railroads have reduced the rates for one round trip to a hairfare rate to all points east uf New York nnd west of Chicago thete rates being allowed only to Lolding terificaCts ui membership ia some stale assocariou A confett over the will of Juciah Dur ham which has been carried on for thirty years was settled Friday at New York The case cost one of the alone OJO in lawyers fees At Aun Arbor Mich Friday Fr4 Frank a discharged employe of Albert Pierce HUOt and fatally wounded August Pierce the 16yearold son of former employer He escaped Primui Jones a nugro WM killed by religious fanatics also negroes last Sun day at Sumter a C because he had doubtqj the supernatural of a rx Sr who wat one of fcts xlayers Vet ice Frank OJCeil of Buttery C ITourm United States arliilery died at hydrophobia at Fort Me Puerto n Atlan ta Ga Thursday It took eight men l4 hold him while an injection of wiix made la arm which quilted bin until he died Engineer Martin of a train on the Jack sonville Southwestern railway felt a bridge glring away his train crate lug it near Jacksonville Ills Wtdneadmr He put ou full hteam and the train safely over the bridge coln down just as the car left IU The assassination of Hemitnay chief of police of Xew Orleans the work ut the Italian ajMaawnation society as the Mafia He knew too much the society Forty amata have made Friday Antonio S CofOdi of the aspects arrested WM shot and mor tally wounded In jail by ao iriahaaaa named Huffy who called and aeked to aee the Italian ABBREVIATED TELEGrtAMS Tbe stallion Stamooul i rotted a mile Saturday at Napa Cai It is Muted in Loudon that rMr Dram tnond Wolf British ambasaador to Persia iusaae Tbe bitiuess portion of Vrien Ills was destroyed by ore Snurdiiy inoaiag Twelve were burne J It toak i ho Dtmtracj if the Sixth s rid A f bniio s to nominate W V L iclerson for congress Tin ln tti companys works were destroyed by fire morning insured Six prisoners in the county jail at Lock port N Y escaped Saturday They were in for burglary larceay and rape It has beeia agreed between the rivet tbet only one base ball club shall have iU home In PitUbarg next yean POWDER Absolutely A crecm of tarter bakiiw powdn of ail ia leaveuine I ment Bcport AarIf UM   

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