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   Logansport Pharos (Newspaper) - October 22, 1890, Logansport, Indiana                                LOGANSPORT DAILY PHAROS 16TH YE AE WEDNESDAY EVENING OCTOBER 22 1890 NO 150 JOHN GRAYS CORNER ON Lactios Misses Chil dren Mon arid Boys Of COUTU ovury r knovvS that wo iojp hj lirejst and best SlOk of Underwear in tho nor iv jKUt of the StatO anI ivoii Jit pricos that no ono prelunJs to iiou Conio i jrifo as now is tho trno to Miikcthe change ULFOilR BERATED j j The Grarcl Old Man Lets Loose at Edinburgh RBCOKD Of THE TORIES UP FURhiJTURE A Greul to the Llbuiul Ltuco A Char rUtlc Tribute from fHtti Fool inx in Knjelancl the r icui Tu rilY Growini Acri Sitliibury Ktque4t from 1ortticttl A IltinbLt Spectacle fn Irtfntul Ml iculluiiy ElMNFtciifU Out 22 deliv ered thj lirst of Scotch cam puign yotjrday in tuo ctrn exchanfre this riiy I Jnf t rulout crush of people to HJ hear tho Liberal mt wiiin the hall had kfccn tn suffocation thousaiuls of were luft outside to return hm or uf less notu who overlkjvv meetings in tliwotiLii air The aitdierurj in thehall nurnojrf a ho it 3000 was on in iUnu his ifc health Uvs Kir J IV fi Soos Material 12thSt Drue Store SENATOR DAVID TiiIIE Vi tulilrcss his jnhhors uiil rifim it 1v o crj i i n t p o r t TUESDAY OCT 1890 In tho hlvtjning of iiU ilift iis aninvite to uttoinl inttMnc nntUirni nn ubh niUJrtfs Iroin ihf junior Inuoi Pitic T Irulianu 1liLiiiUiis nrf oppofiaify invkod never warui LO lean bat tha reaJs Ihat CP FONESTY CHEWIHS TOBACCO i3 tne best that is made and ONOE tries ancl saves raoney and secures more satisfaction tiiaii ever before AVOID irmcatious Insist on having the genuine If your dealer hasnt it ask hrrn to Eet it for you M FISZER BROS Unfertile Kj visibio sign f of the Foris ho rufcrnid to the Irish aiid by kept that rnattiir Iwfore ifiica tj tho cri He stiitl tho must be sottled he fury nnythinj d h1 lony Jfn rheii went to ow tliat the Tories not knpt their oiniHtM and ihis portinn ff his tartly n reiteration of liiw speuchei un thw coercion cal gfvfirtiuiimt bill ninl the on hill all of which lit denounced us ulty nnd fur the purposes in tnded Tin ves look credit upon tliemnclves wiling IrtInud right by of u Hrm nnd govern ment P it so poorly liiul they earned tlio right to imiku such a boast that it ruuxht iruly be suld thatilefucLivc though the law the nd ministration oC It was worse than tin mw itself HO deplnntbits was state to which nlTiiri had heun thut lie would not hesitate to Menlaru that the IrisJ people ought to iiatc tin ho wo 11 lit not say that they ought to breakit Ikwould not huvltjHH even though the IrUh people had CMMiHtiuiLty iifri them an orainujitly had example of iawicMsntss iu quartern which should hoTtio tountairi hiiad of For the governunMit of Ireland was itsuslf a perfect pattern of unjvvfulntjss and its were such as cjuld not fail to provoke aiming tho feelings of justifiaiilu rtiifntmeut Tlppurnry Triiln Ueferrinj to t hn nppurary triiils ho said that it was to close tiie court roojn r fio puopJu of Tip porary tho f every Brit isli subject that if triel hu should bo tried and in the public view Tha appoint men r of rfhaunon one oE the mnKitraUs to sit in judjinieut upon Dil lon OMriiii and other accuseii National ists while perhaps not technically ilicica a scandal nut merely be cause he had been previously called upon to act us nn txrctiti vj o nicer iu dunlins with tinpeople now brought before in jtidivitil cnpacity but ulso because in the MS ut Dillon piulicnlarly there was a jicrional quarrel bctwoLti the ate i onio In dwelling upon the fiction of tho po lice in ataokiriL respoetible and be and visitos with Gladstone remarked thiit after svtrh mis condiul on thu part of tho at Mitch eUtowii i ippensry nnd elsewhere it would In cxptcliiiLC to look for the maintenance of popular respect for the consiabubvry or imeir administra tion of IHW Further tliarx this the sys tematic brutality of I he police was crowned by the insult of chiMuie absentee ism on tho part of responsible officials Ke then denounced Bulfour Cor not more of tiniy iu Ireland Thn iivtinniiiiti Itoiist Tho had the audacity to boast that Ireland had irnnvn peaceable under its admiiin virion yet ir kepr six fold more policiriuni iu re I and than in the whole of England and Scot bind Tlie British people wero foreeil to pny JOO aiuiualty to support Iho police in Ire land for the ptirposo of nssistiaij the land lords to collect their ren1 least this was apparently Mm chiof function of the coiijitabulnry Tim anil Scotch landlords who tnaintnintid fair and eqitt ablu relations with Lheir tenants did not ask aid of the police ii collecting their runts Vet their occasional loHsey footed up more than those of the Irish landlords An Intttrvlow with Tat 11 He closed with ail elocjiienf apiieal for justice to Ireland and challenged iov srnment to go to the people Iti the even ing he attended n confer by Mme Pntti His ftppeirinuo in tho hall was the signal for a outburst of enthusi asm After thy concert he had a I on if in terview with Mme Patti and at its con clusion ilif famuus irescnted the xrent stacsinan with v t X oi voiue which ho i h midciic SiUNdiuy tt Vp for Avvhilo OMUS l or Srnhnr the w prime minister of Portugal lias re esied Inrd to snpjiid fur ther opera itMis fho Zjimb i puud points of tast Africa uutil the new ministry IIHS had nn tunity to lity th subject bcdotv tiie cortex w ard d i WOFUL SCHULU Irish Appeal to tho Gaardiaua far Help i Oct just re received from Skibbereea Couaty Cork state that a heartrending scene was wit nessed at the meetlog of tba board oE guardians for the poor law union of Scliuli Believing that the guardians had power ai they ouybt to have of relieving distress caused by the failure of the to crop a crowd oC forlorn ragged farmj era aad laborers some of them bringing j thetr wives nud children flocked into the little tovTn from Mizauhead Crookhaven and other remote seaboard districts j 1 Hulf Nuked and Starving i Not a few wera half naked and all had a starved appearance Tuey besieged tha I board room and to the accompaniment I of sobs and wails told pitiful tales of their sufujrinr were anxious to get work j and would prefer that to other form of relief guardians told Lheir uretcied peCitioners that the law did not permit thu board to grant relief in the form demanded A MOMEXTOF TIME Wanted to Ease a Dying Mans Conscience DEATH PREVENTS A An Illinois Younff Jinn Saves ills Moth ers Life by Killing Her Husband Acquittal of a Woman on Trin Waggriny UH Abusive Tongue Too found II is Intended Ite venue O u 1 y Fatally Wounded Justice for A SiiltnftM Ghastly Offur Los DOS Oct dispatch from Zan ljjir ifiyA that ihe sultan of Vitu alarmed I by the joint I3riiUh nud German military nons t rat ions tins offered to send to thu hotids of all tbosu who were ncerned in the murder of Gorman trad j cm and that he has the murderers now in ejiiyiH uwfuLiux their fate A Lockout on the Docks LONDON Ojt executive of the Ship Federation is organizing n scheme providing for the simultaneous up of their ships at ports iu the United Kingdom us a final resort against thu exiutkms of the Sunmeus and Dock LabimtV unions MaJI to Condon Ur American mail brought by the City of New York is ex pectuit to reach London this ninruing ex actly one week from leavi g New York This is the fastest dispatch of eastbound mail between the two cities on record Iltiiiry Irving Visits Tennyson LONDON Oct Irving paid a visit to the poet Tennyson last at ilie IfitLers residence Aisworth Black don Tho poet JH in good henUh and after uinner took an extended walk with Mr living Austria Proposes KetiiLmtlon VIENNA proposal has been yubmlttLd in tha lower house of the Austrian diet to increase the duty on American wnavers spools in retaliation for tha McICinley tariff Arm Cnt Off in n Duel Pliarn Oct duel with sabres was fought neir this city yesterday Lieut Lazar one of the combatants had his arm cut off his anLixoniit Tho Juwl Jeadly ST IKiKSisnuRG Oct Ma dying from the effects of a bullet wound received in a duel near Jronstadt yestorlay DIDNT MEAN IT THAT WAY anil tlie Tho Olim House Climba D Seiiuti Adopts the Governors IiUjsu COLUMUUS O Oct When the Ohio legislature resumed its sesaioi duy M resolution wad pas e I by ihe hnuyc stating that its action Monday was not internist by the majority us n snub toward Governor Campbell Thu resolu tion also provided Cue the appointment of ii cotMrntTee to visit tho governor and rrqiusr ihat he submit his measure tu the IKJIIM The messnge VMS then sent in by Uovirnor Campbell and read to the iiousL1 Its recommendations as stated in dispatches yesterday It wus erred to the judiciary committee and further consideration ol the matter was deferred to 3 p m to day Irompt Action of tho Senate The sonUe passed governors meas ure in a form providing for the abolish ment of the present bo ard of public ira pro venje fits of Cincinnati and the ap pointment of a nonpartisan board by the mayor which shall serve until next April At the election a now board id to bo elected by the people two to serve two years and two to serve one year A motion to reconsider was lost so the pusHage of the measure so far as the sen ute is concerned is final NOT SO SCARED AS THEY WERE bill i rtiK opi nut Eurp Hopofnl of Amur irm ICx t LONOMX Oct The of alarm which va aniorg British manu tifturfrs by the of tho McKinley nuii iu mauy nuuUrs a re hcpoulness hsssel in This is notable nrnontr of high HU ui vnnoua licsci The winch uui versa 11 y prevail in At no rial us are rich nnd ex ii by tho maiKifttcturers tf an I Manuhea huvLfuth that tlus wealthy must and will tKe bvst oC everyh irlUvs of slight dtTeroaces in price An I of course the Kngiish man ufacturer has no doubt as to whyrtf nloue tho everychiii4 is to bo procured Thtw Who 3luke Cheap tiuods The makors o cheaper grades of coru feui the ellects of checked Amer ican demand more severely bin are re covering conniije as prospects of new kets eisivxhoiv begin to be vliscttrued by their i usle The iacliua tton of some firms to establish large plants in the United States causes no ap prehension that the sum total of British manufacture will be diminished for it is pointed out that ia sach cases heretofore the home factorial have continued as a inale to do as a business as before the branches thawn mfc Notablo 1olltical Kvents CHICAGO Out were two no table poliltcil events yeuterday Quo was tlie ndiliLss of Governor Hill at Colum bus O the home of Maj McKlnley aud the other tho tour of Speak er lite I through CnnnonU Illi nois diairior Mr Heed welcomed must euthusiastjcaliy nr Bloom ington Cliampnigu Peurin and all along the line and spoke to nbout people at wlnli thu IJeoria crowd waa the biggest in iis hiatory Governor Hill was given an ovation by the Democrats of Ciiniou aud nuide a vigorous address Nominated a Colored Mnn CHICAGO Oct Third senatorial Republican convention met at the Grand Pucigc hotel yesterday morning and put in iioiuinfitiuu the following ticket For senator Giorgo I3itss of lh secoud ward roprwsenLativeri J C Wallace and E H MurrU Morris is a colored man and rnernler ut large of the state central com in it tee Liquor Arrested PAW TAW Mich Oct I liquor were arrested iu this coun ty yesterday under the local option lair which the supreme court recently decided constitutional This is the ouly dry j county iu tlie state aud the result of 1 these will be watched with much utcrvac Louisville Wins n Game LOUISVILLE Ky Get fourth 01 the worlds champiouship base ball serivs was a the Ioui3vilie club The score was 5 to 4 and fibret Mid Kvan for Fire Murders FLLIEUTON Xeb OcE dispatch has heiii receiveti from EilisviHe to tlit1 etlVet that George Furnoval who is wantel here for the murder of five peo pie on florae Creei is arrested ATCHI30N Kan Oct Demel a farmer in tliis county committed sui cide Monday by drinking himself to death He was arrested last week charged with wife bearing He gave bail and returned to his farm to fiud that his wife had beea taken away by his son Ap prehensive that ehe would reveal an aw ful secret of his life that she possessed he beynn to drink a Imd quality of whisky of which be had a great Quantity with evident intent to destroy himself He was alone hi liU house but on Sunday his demoniacal jells attracted the neighbors who found him indeliruira tremena They took whisky from him but he fouglit so savagely that it was given back to him and he died raving maniac in the very hour his wifes attorney had filed a suit for divorce Died with It Uncoufonsed Demel in a iucitl interval stated that he wanted to confess something but he was immediately sefznl with a paroxysm in which ha died Demel had lived in tbia country twelve years He was a lawyer of Austria aud fled from there on ac conntof some political offense He vtiia a man of education After he came to Amirlcrt he began to bent his wife aad there is no doubt that his desire was kill her because she possessed a seotet of his life presumably one he himself wanted to befors bo died Denial had a great den of money bidden about his farm but it cannot be found SAVED HIS MOTHERS LIFE But lnDoliiKSo Hul to Kill HIsStep father GIIAYVJLUC His Oof David Grubbs a wellknown farmer living four miles above Gray ville was shot aud in atnntly killed Monday nighfc by his ilO yearold stepson Arch Wick3 Grubbg had been in Grwyvillu nil day drinking heavily nnd Oi going homo about 3 oclock began abusing bis wife aud triijcl to force her to hand him his gun with which lie declared he would kill her She ran from the housa followed by Grubbs who was about to plunge a knife into her Savoil by Her Sou Her SOD Arch Wicks attracted by her screams rushed upon the scene vtth a shotgun leveled it at Grubbs head and fired Grubbs fell dead on tiie spot The coroner held an inquest aud the jury re turned a verdict detailing the facts but making no cluuge against Wicks Grubbs had frequently threatened to kill his wife because she refused Lo deed her laud to him an1 was also in the habit of mis treating tier son Public sympathy is en tirely with young Wicks FOUND SHOT BY HIS BRIDE Fatally Ilmmulf on His Wed ding PLATTE Afo Oct An dersoii fatally ivouuJed himself yesterday mtniing in the room of a friend just ntiMsa thu hall from The Landmark ofliLt wliere was lirujiloytsd as a coiu posit or He ivcty discaTorol in an uncou siioui condiiion by Miss BjrCaa Cloud his incmuid bride who bad made an ap poiniment to call upon him at The Lamlmark oHice Not finding him there sha chanced to glance 1 tha opau door of the opposite room ml saw her affianced husband ly on Lnu floor with a bullet throvigh his brain and his npturne 1 face covered whli blood Miss Cloud came here from har home in LJjcntiu Itls ou Sua lay tlLy were to have bean married Monday ni Leaveu worth but there was ti hitch hi the ohtuiuitig of Mie license and tha wel ding was until jesteriiay AD cieraons id fatal CURIOUS TRIAL IN JERSEY Ueing a Coiu A AVtiiuin in ho for inon Scohl NEW YOKE Oct 22 Magdaleua Buderos of Gutlenburg was tried tn the Hudsoa county court of sessions in Jer sey City yesterday upon an indictment accusing her ot being a common scold The principal complainants against Mrs Buderos were the sin members of ex Assemblyman John Dwyera family Euch swore thut vrheuever any of them appeared nt the windows the defendant would hurl strong language nt them She called them dogs and piga nnd thieves Lizzie tes tified that Mrs Buderos called her an old runid and a pic MM Jaauaetta Prossin sftid 3iie had called people cows and fools and Ulrica Hencke testified that Mrs Bnderos had called binn nn old gray aired Mrs Buderoa had many witnesses to swear thntshe was a peacea ble woman and slits was jTcqultced An IKasy Way to Settle It iXTOX LH Oct case in Al derman pysii orfioe ia this city Monday developed the face that a man named John Marchel of Forest City had sold hia wife to a dudiah individual named Stephen MiMkar now of Scran ton for B 15 The woman who is young and pretty was won by Muskard good looks and fascinating ways Frank It He Was A Base a 1 DENVER Colo Oct The board ot Bounty commissioners yesterday asked for the resignation of Justice Eyrick Eyrick acknowledges receiving a bribe and states thut he isnt in Colorado for his heal i h The Billings Caae INDEPEMJRNCE la Oct E Bil INGiRSOLL ON WALT WHITMAN The Pcjpe of Agnosticism t Celebrated of Orass PHirjujELtHiA Oct Robert G lectured hist night at Hortl culturitl Hall to aa immense audi ence yn and proceeds for the benefit of Walt Whit man JGol Ingersoll introduced his lect ure brpayinx At this time a young man this testimonial is he upop whose head have fallen the snows of ciorfc than seventy to the world k book Leaves of Grass This book and is the true transcript of a soul drapery of hypocrisy no pre tense po fear All customs were forgot ten orj disregarded all rules nothing mechanical no imitation spou taneous running and winding like a riv er multitudinous in Its thoughta aa the waves of tha mathematical o meesured How the Book Received His book was received by many with disdain with horror with indignation and the few as a marvelous almost miraculous to the world t thoughti philosophy poetry and music Since the yeair 185A the American people have they ara some what acquainted with tha of the worUt and I propose to examine this book and to state iu a general way what Walt Whitman has done what he has ac compliyhed and the place he has won In the vrorld of thought An Epitome of Human Life Col Incjersoll then entered into hia theme with spirit and eulogized Whit man recounting his acts of kind ness to the young especially speaking of him a philosopher and passing on the lecturer recited and commented on the poem A Word Out of the Sea and the linea on the death of Lincoln When Li lacs Last in the Door Yard Bloomed The poem he aaid will last as long as the memory of Lincoln In this one book in these wondrous Leaves of Grass you flnd hints and suggestions touches and fragments oE nl there U of life that lies between the babe whose rounded cheek a dimple beneath his mothers laughing loving eyes and the old man crowned who with a smile extends his hand to death Whitman Thanki The venerable poet to whom the occa sion was a testimonial satin hia wheel chair on tho stage and at the conclusion of Col Ingerpolls oration rolled himself forward and in a feeble voice tendered hia thanks to the audience and to Col luger sol finishing his remarks by exclaiming Hail and farewell hail and The scene was very impression NATIONAL GAME AFFAIRS Trouble Ah end for the Propped Fooling of NEW VOKK Oct bodies of base ball magnates have been iu session here for a day or the Brother hood of Players and the other the Broth erhood base ball or Players league These meetings have developed the fact that the players want to be rep resented on any commlttoe that nego tiates with the National league not by Brotherhood league magnates but by one or more of their own members and this is going to cause friction because the League has those who are here Day and Anpon saythat it will stick to it will not negotiate with the pluyeri at nil If the latter iu pist on rcpresenration goodbye to peace The Conference of the At the meeting of the Brotherhood yesterday afternoon the conference of the three big combines us considered Al Johnson of Cleveland chairman of the committee ou conference with the repre sent allvea of the National league and American association reported that a number of meetings hud beeu held but no formal or positive agreement had been reached except that each body had ex pressed a wish to meet upon some com mon and satisfactory ground A com mon uame was agreed upon Johnson eaid that of the United League This report win accepted and Messrs Arthur Irwin Edward Hunlouand John M Ward were added to the same committee with instructions to continue the conference if they deemed it advisable And Now Here Comes Philadelphia PHILADELPHIA Oct mayor has decided to have a police enumeration of the population of Phi lade Iphla Basing an estimate upou the police report concoruing the number of unoccu pied houses during the summtiraud allow ing forerrors on the partcensus enumera tors the mayor believes there is an omis sion of 100000 persons from tho late count There were nearly 8000 houses vacant in June Secretary Elaine Coming West WASHINGTON CITY Oct Blaftie will leave here Friday morning by the Pennsylvania railroad and reach Can ton O Saturday morning He will speak there Saturday afternoon and will then leave for Chicago where will spend fcwo or three days aa a guest at the Me Cormick mansion on the north side He expects to return to this city by Thursday or Friday the following week Thanks But Well Be Tno Busy WASHINGTON CITY Oct The de partment of srate has been officially noti fied that an industrial exposition will be held at Lyons Franca in the year 1892 in which the departments of silk and electricity will be open to exhibitors from all nations A cordial invitation ejr teuded to American exhibitors Mayor Curious EW YOUE Oct Mayor Grants let ter accepting the Tammany hall nomina tion for reelection to the mayoralty was given out Inte yesterday afternoon The mayor arrnigns I he Republican party for depriving thecity of would have accrued If it had obtained the Worlds fair A Faiulul Kiinor WASHIXGTOS CITY OIL There is ry p linful rumor in circuiation here to the effect that the members of conicreii who went into a pool for the purchase of a large quantity of silver before the silver bill was at ths last Cession bave ben unabln to dispose of their holdlnjfH AFFAIRS AT HOME Meeting of the Republican State Committee HIOHEKEBS PHIAL IKSTBUCTIONS SILK A Strong Fight To lie Made for the and llei Men In Agaiust an F M B A a Half Second of Brazil Fur Men INDIAXAPOLIS Dot Snal mwt ing before the election was held by the Republican state central committee Tues day and the body was iu session during moiit of the ateruoou Chairman Mich ener gave specific instructions regafdSng modes of getting out the vote and iaui this was the important question that re mained to be cousiderei He said that the total usually decreased iu the off years nnd the party that lost the state generally did so on account of failing to get its rote to the polls Then be turned his attention to the legislative iskuation and said that wblje he did not want the state ticket sacrificed for the legislative he would expect tha committee to work for the legislature first as its control waa of vast importance in a party sense A senator was to be elected aud the state re districted for congressional and legisla tive purposes Royal and Select Masons The grand council of Royl and Select Ala sons of Indiana rnst here Tuesday Illus triotis Ornnil Muster Sargent delivered his annual address in which be spoke of the continued growth of the order in mem bership The treasurer reported the total receipts to have been in the past Tear leaving a bulance in the treasury of recorder recommended that the grand council dues be reduced from Ta cant a to 50centsThe following officers were elect ed for tha ensuing yenr Illustrious grand master C W Flick Mlshawka deputy grand master Theodora n Brown Craw fordsville conductor of the work E H Demlng Goshen grand treasurer M H Rice Indianapolis grand secretary W H Smith Indianapolis The lied Men fn Session The grand council of Ancient Indiana Improved Order of Hud Men is holding iu annual meeting the InrLieyt at tendance In the hUtory of iho sraie order The graud officers are all present aud 109 tribes are represented iu the meeting Tuesdays session WHS devoted to the ex amination of credentials and settling a controversy of the tribes regard in a the eligibility of two representatives Grand Sachem John A Suck of Madiaen deliv ered tho long talk of the ilay in which he dwelt upon the progress mada during the past year and the very prosperous con dition of the order Grand Chief of the Records Harrison made a report of twentyseven new tribes and an increase of a000 In membership He commended the new system of organization which haa produced these results and reported in fa vor of Its continuation TROUBUS IN THE FIRST A More to Keep nn F M IJ A Man Off the GlvcUon EVANBVILLE Ind Oct sunsntion was sprung Tuesday upon the F XI B A party in thin district by n protest filed in Ihe county clerks office by August Brentano Democratic elevtioi cominis lionerof this county protesting against the name of Col J S Wright being printed on th8 election ballos claiming that of the 218 names signed to the peti tion as required under the new law near ly forty are In the same handwritlug and evidently fraudulent What May Be the Upshot Col Wright is the Farmers Mutual Benefit association candidate for con gress from this district and as ha was also indorsed by tho Republicans the protest has created a commotion and some confusion The P M B A people are silent on the subject aud are evident ly awaiting advice in the matter The only result that can occur is that Col Wrights name will appear on the Repub lican ticket and the F M B A will thus je enable to vote for him nnvw iy Cumberland Presbvterlmis iiLiE Ind Oct Indi of the Cumlerland Presbyte rian church begun iis ainuril session here Tuesday Rqiretentative ministers of churches throughout the stale are in at tendance The meeting promises to bo unusually interesting Rv J II M1 er of the Swcond Cumberland Presbyto rian chnrjli of EiansviHc delivered the opening sermon Tuesday evening The business sesim will couiinue until Fri day evening FurnHCn Striku at IriiZil BRAZIL Ind Oct S3 employes of he Central Iron and Steel companys blast furnace here struck Tn sdty for 15 centii advance tin daily wmwa The ntrike does not affect the companys rollingmill and turn buckle factory The furnace operated by nonunion men Tuesday night The paid at present aver age 55 a day for twelve hours work Developed n Case of Hyd rophohia MAHTISSVILLE Ind Oct 2i llenry Fowler a prominent farmer of Jefferson township was bitten in the hand Satur day hy bis bouse dog The dog has HIIICB developed unmistakabe signs of hydro phobin and Mr Foivicr greatly alarmed about hia wound and will go to Terre Hnule to test a Ntflgon Itrenks the Record A CAMBRIDGE CITY Ind Oct stallion Nelson trotted a miie here Tues day n lowering the worlds record secoud A Inrce crowd witnessed the performance The time by qnarierri was half threequarters Miss iMJEPENDKNCE la Uct ZIM E Bil ben to o their holdings who lags arrived HI this city today and had anil are likely in carry them for aoraa I i peoj a bearing Iwore Judge E Ney when the months before ihe tleal rMchea the quoI i JCate was requested lo show canse why be Cation of a month or weeks ago It fc May UeSottto Other Ransom iitLLSDALE Mich Dot 23 ia kuowu here of the alleged mnrdar of iTra i should not be discharged itnnieliately A Presidential DuckShoot CITT Oct The Honse is being renovated and iu order to John Birher Ht Hansom A supervisor the smell of paint the president nship of Ransom this county j rrill probably go duck shooting in land untii thepainting Uanished If shouid decide to go he will leave iu a day fane name iu Michiganand further news j or two and ramaia ihe rest of the weefc i th cim3 was not committed there However cliere are other towns of the rvvuUel Topulntiou of Sonth Dakota WASHINGTON CITY Oct ncutn of a 1Yar Veteran SAS FRAXCISCO Cai Oct J J Sullivan tvhi commanded a division ji a UIVISIOQ nauen of tronth Dakota as announced by Ro5ecrKns and fougQt the of understood here the pooi SiOOCUOJO in silver which nc prices ranging from 104 to 110 The Weather We Majr Expect WASmyGrox CnY Oct following aro weather lalicatioai for boars from t p m yesterday For Fair weather followed by aius in soachcra port on easterly statonary ture fair weather soTither y ivinds Far Illinois Rain ceiei b fair weAher in norihern poruoni eisteriy win s stationary temperature For Iowa Warmer fair weather sautherl wind fllowe i by by showers For J Warmei fair weather southerly lowed by rdio Veteran owuirr and CaptnJn Dead CHICAGO Oct Lewis Sterling master of the propeller C H Starke and owner of the schooners Challenge and Mercery iil in his Mbin morning AUhongb SierUnb haa n Jt been in rhe bess of health fot several it wrts hoped that he waa gaining a id n news of his death a sid Wow lo his many frienda He was about 5S years old and lived in Liadington He leaves a wife three and one dunghter That Unseal Armstrong BAEVAHD Ills Oct Arm rtrouit who embezzled 123000 from hia frienda arrested vesterday for frand nlently issuing and sent to jail being to bail crease 7M0 Kerns town The Cliiaese endure clianj better than any other race YAXXTOK a D Oct asSeven orig been i on tbe strength of the Kaasw dwUlon ALTAUA 4 n r j IVait UNDERWEAR AND GLOVES Largest Variety Lowest Prices DEWENTER Try DVKEMANS Fearless Bread Party Cakes Wedding Cakes Good Meals Pure Candies Lunches Etc Slrwt Old StanJ E AGAIN WITH SlRrtAL IKICES ON Wclies Clods Jewelry Silverware And Spectacles Use Hauks Glasses 25 years ex perience Make no 1O Broadway D A H A UK The Jeweler and Optician PREPARE FDR WINTEF By Ordering Your OVERCOAT OR SUIT S CRAIG Quality of Goods and Workmanship the best to be had Our aim is always to please No misrepresentation ABBREVIATED TELEGRAMS The New York police have raided tho opium dens J A slight shock o earthquake was felt in Lisbon Monday i Attorney General Miller lias returned to City from Indiana I Morrison of Menominee Mich assigned Monday owing to the R G Pe ters failure The locomotive engineers at their meet ng ri Pittsljurx refused to federate with the trainmens organization Capt Lewis Sterling the veteran vessel owner dkd in the cabin of she C H Starke at Chicago Tuesday morning The mayor of City In lira or dered the regular monthly fiae of 250 on all saloons and it haa beeu duly assessed Durham PJnland university baa con ferred the dagiee of dcotor of laws upon Henry M his friend and com panion Dr Parke A duel between M Reinach and M De Roulede which was fought near Paris Tuesday morning resulted as usual Neither WHS injured The report that a consolidation of the Adann anI Jnjied States Express com wus auou to take is denied by be officials nf both companies Xo truth n it nor atty probability of a com bine It Is charged that Warden Randall of the Still wafer Minn penitentiary the prisoners roam about the town and country tL wilt Tivo Hfe tiers one being Coie yomisjcr are tn have been allowed to go at pleasure Brian Carroll n professional thief ol Xuw York itv fe t very melancholy Tus tiy j be in court and saw i b ix containing i exactly I kv ana lie tnil stolen from tav name safe w ich lin 1SR tie first box b i iD lie sure it the tinn of ihc thoft OHkT Janivs D nf A h aljul i O ciitarac witsiiiMetily uy ihym i ve y cr Ikdrew bin n pUtl n Jay cn ifi and iitjid of his who was ur The others trot away m y live but it is doubtful J GifiMone Qunn exconvict aad re irnnil gitib e cvlU tiie C re police that on Mon ity he wa overpow ered by two men in Union park tripped an covered with axle and then feathers stuck nil ovjr him That Vas Ms condition when found it any Patrick Gleaxfn mayor of Loag Ilaud ity who some time ngo achieved some uoioric7 by his summary action with railways which disobeyed the city orar up their tracki nnd tore down their seuteoctd Tuesday to five days in the county and a fine of 92V for u brutal assault on a reporter Minister Robert T Lincoln writes to the Pennsylvania Republican committee objecting to the of fathers name for au independent club of that which is antagonizing the Republican state ticket He regrets the of bis fathers name by an organization whowi object is to overthrow the party of which Abraham Lincoln was oue of the found CHICAGO Oct fair di rectors met last night and the renult of their consultation was the determination to fill iu sixty acres of the harbor outside Lake Front Park for the use of the expo sition The estimated cost of the work is jiml couf ruou will o let imme diately THE CHICAOO Oct Quotations on the board of trade tAOAF were as No 2 October tif H December openal tlfi4 cloiwl opened closwl CVm 2 October openeil aco closed JJocenibcr opouol 52Jic May opened closed Jctolwr and 44o December oienei 4S4c cloaod 44ie Mar opcnetl clowwi opnei and closed January I1291 clowi ilay opened olose1 otwae fttoek prices active out flrn all partiv buying freely unchanged othir 6c higher packing S033S6 mired packing and shipping lots Produce separator Ztc per K fine gathered cream candlel oS We per doz Live and prin chick pel tt turlwys 9SHflo 6Hc to fancy per bu sweet J8japev bbl IlilnoU cjkioi f275ij3SO per bbl fating York Xliw YORK Oct 2 2 red winter cash llVk do December I11UH do Janmry iLllH do May lUKCornNo 2 miied c cash 4o November do 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