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   Logansport Pharos (Newspaper) - October 23, 1890, Logansport, Indiana                                LOGANSPOKT DAILY PHABOfcX 16TH YEAE THURSDAY EVENING OCTOBER 23 1890 JOHN GRAYS 8T1UTK A SNAG COHNEK ON S MiSiOS Chil LUKJ Boys Of ifj knovvs that and best ridorwoar in the ii art o tho State ices Hiat no one o iis now is tho ho chanffO The Basy Ball Negotiators Meet a Difficulty EXPERT PLAYEES WANT A VOICE nil UK irn voici Indorse thf IMmiantl A a Goes Jut of Uusinc Know lllil Shout for Nervy nl tin Conlvr lir I Time FURNITURE i IMP M Ul N Workmanship Silcsroom Heiiteoii SCHOOL M t 3 r i al I2thSt Drusr Store 1C Ill t Till I Jlx O C i 111 S p O T t UN UESDflYDGT 286111890 In tho Livening ill irr inrittll to Ittliul i IMiiMiiiiiir HIM LIHI ill ftllc nililnsrt from I nitl Scnilor of Illdlima i iic nJirs prcmhy invited Still Hoping NEW YORK Oct k Tin base ball war Mi K on it tlic proceodinss ot ycs I terdiy In rhr confiirjncu of thothrc ntfxrexiiis is iny criterion and if it dos thjlay is to BrotherI hood ijluis bi responsible bcciuse they iiifit 011 having tlieir representa tives udiniitii o rhe confurerue Aj this i would tin lirotburhood nix memburs to each uf tinoilier luifreaations three that is niii ruon why the IntLor viI not consent to t he Hrrinxement Thi confer ence met yfMtcrdny afternoon ivith all the original memburs of the committee pres ent und Allen Thnrmtin of Columbus O priwi linn A Illlirli in the Irncenil IJiH in uddriou three ijUier miir pre i cuted tlifmti M Ward Ar j ilinr Irwiii ami Kil Kanlon players nuTnbiTs uf theBrotherhood nt ilnyers When Tljurrnui noticed these interlopers he niiMd to call lln micfinj to order until they had retireil lie iid he WMH cliuirmiin of a committee of nine not twelve Jiihisiii the Urothirliiod mng nitc the explained that ho hail been in structed hi us six representatives for his com blunt inn on the ground th lit the tlirre L aitie and ibivo Association men ivould the Brotherhood After u nor discussion it was determined not to consider tin above request tint the three additional men had retired and they Hied out ILlilocl till Request Tho conriivnco then came to order and the Ilrotherhoud request was nail John sou moved that it be granted and the vote wftssix to three in the negative and the three liivtherhood members with drew from the conference They were quite emphatic in their statement that the conference was at an eid for they would not confer unless the players were given a hearing The confciTiice then adjourned snhject to the cull of thu presi dent Still lldphiir fur n Com prnmlse Chances for an immediate conference seem to be dead but pence proceedings aru by no means over It is the general opinion that it is only a question of time before coiiftrenco will be held The National League men are firm however in their purpose imt to confer with play ers Kepres nthtive players said lust even Ing tlint they would lake no action until they receive some word from IhcXational Loiyue Negotiations will now proceed quietly and it is helivvd that some satis factory conclusion will be readied in this way Spall inirn tmnmouts President A G Kpnlding said that ha objected to the admission of the Ihreo players into the conference lie said that he recalled to tho minds of Johnson Tal cott nml the fact that they had informd thu Nalioual Ljatjue men upon the onnnr jiii t mectinig that they had full poiver to act and the League had gone into the conference upon the nnder that the question of a compro mise should be settled between the mnif nates of both organizations The players were in the a out ifteen minutes during whiidi lime and his col leagucs niide their plea for repiesenta tioti ou the ground that they had money invesed iu the gam as woil as we Tha National Lingue conMence committee was eoniiiUd vith to act BOTH COMING AND GOING 411 CitMii IJotH JEa ported anil Imported Tu lie Inspected CrrrOct The depart ment of agriculture has issued regula tions far the inspect ion of cattle and sheep for export The regulations require the chief cf the bureau of indun try to oiuse veterinary inspection to bs niAle of all acit cattle and sheep to be exported from the United States to Great Briiaui and Ireland and the continental Elurope The inspection will be made at any of the following named stock yardsi City Mo Chicago Buffalo 1ittaburg and at the follovring ports of export viz Boston and Charlestown Mass New York Pbiladel phia Bait l rnore and Xorfolfc and Newport Newu Virginia Same Way with Imports Regulations for the inspection and quar antine of neat cattle sheep and other rurni riincs and swine imported into the Uniea Status were as3 Issued Tha fol lowin named porta are designated us juarautirie stations Boston New York j Baltimore San Diego Brownsville Paso del Norte Kigle Pasi Laredo Nogales Apocwtoolt and Banger My Cape Vici cent Cham plain and Oswegacchie K Y Vermont VL Detroit Port Hurcm and Superior Mich Duluth Minn and Pi i get Sound XV ash Some Strict Precautions A1J cnttle imported from any part of tha world except North and South America me required to be accompanied by a state niTtt trotu ihe local authorities of the dis iiici in which they hare been for one preceding the date of altipment stating tluit 110 contagious pi europneumonia root or mouth disease or rinderpest existed hi the district for a 5rear previous AH iKut cuttle imported into the Uuited from any part of the world ex cept North Central imd SouLh America nit nil bn subject to n quarantine of ninety days and nil sheep and other rumlnantn and swine to a quarantine of fifteen dnysi A HORRIBLE DISCOVERY UUTTK Mont Oct Kessler chnnipiiui of Montana and ieorge La Blanche have signed juti cles fina iifteeiround litclit to conio oft iu Lhiseily Xov S and r NHloii Tr KHMMOMl Nelsiin u ii i llnirMilo l stallioa y trctil n balf THE OHIO LEGISLATURE No llu i thu llu to i t lu Gov IT IS TRUE that if tobacco chewers will insist upon trying the oLlJiiifs OLt St original compromise bill of the lleinocrntic cuitciis whirli had been aniondvil so as to tilt Ciniiiumti sinking funil c itnniis sioners of appuintinu now mem jers of the boarl of public inipirovenuuits tnl leaving the povur of re moval defeated in thu house yester lny Thu senate bill ivhich auulisluw the siiit loaril Miul uives tbt mayor of Cinciniuili was tlieu reiiil in the liuustihe first time after which wns taken for the day It wan stated liifti lust night with tonn show of that Spenk erHysill will rusisn if thhill should pass soU by a rrpiMtur llysull neither aflirme nor the but sni 1 it wuuM hardly te appropriate for a IVniucini Iu prsido over a Repub liau bo i y find of n lluntor In the Baekwoolfl of Virginia FnEDiinicKsnuHO Va Oct 23 In formation from Spottsyivania county sayn that in tho neighborhood of Peaks a fevr days ago a gentleman while hunting in the backwoods came near u miserable hut in which it was known live 1 a familj of negroes He soon discerned that tlm air was filled with a horrible stench antl that buzzards sat around in the trees near the house On investigation the bodien of tvo negro boys in n decomposed state were found In tho hat They Hurt Fought to llie Death It seems that they had fought several days previous and one of them had killed the other while from wounds tUe other had received death resulted A child i this hut had its collarbone broken an was in a critical condition Another nuilo child who was ill was so cruelly bandaged by the woman who had been charge that the little fallow waasuirering horribly when discovered The negroes in charge of the children have been ar rested and will be tried as being parties to tlie crmis BEATS JOHN8TONE SafeOpening Feat Takes the Cake That SOME COUNTY OFFICIALS AMAZED A IGYcjtrOUIBoy Whose Ears Would Be a Bonanza for n Sim ply at the Lock olr a Burglar Proof Safe and Opens It iu Thun Five Ten Dollars Easily Earned Sioux CITY S Dt Oct Mind Read er Johnstones feat of opening a ChicagOi hotel safe was outdone in this city Tue day afternoon by a yearold boy Ed A Sanders The county officials have jus taken possession of the new court and young Sanders haa been at work i the building aa a plumbers aasistan Tuesday afternoon County Treasure Swenson Chairman McKee tfnd a nuru ber of other county officials were in th treasurers room antl were congratula ing themselves that the county had now a burglarproof vault which would dot all attempts to open it Young Sander happened aloiig and made the remar that he could open the safe himsel Chairman McKee smiled the youo mans bluff and offered to make him present of 5 if he would open the safe Too Busy to Do It for Five The young man replied that he was to busy at that time to undertake the job Mr MoKee offered to increase theamoun to whereupon tho young man accept ed The youny man theu left the room and County Treasurer proceed ed to close the vault dooro and to secure ly lock them The youthful imitator Johnstone was brought in and set abou his tuak He asked all present to kee very quiet and placing his ear agains the door of the safe commenced opera tlons His sensitive ear caught every fal of the tumbler and in five minutes th youug man with a smile on his face threw open the valt door The wa handed him and the county commission era will insist upon the safe company tak inft out the vault as the company ha guaranteed the vault to be perfectly bur glar proof KILLED ON THE HAIL NOVELTY IN CASH BOXES Mo frol BRUTAL MURDER AND ROBBERY A lieHldout of Des Plitiiies 11U Killed i IDs Own Bum CiiKAUo Oct Brazell wellknown resident of Das Pliiiues III was brutally beaten to death Tuesday night Shortly lifter 0 oclock a neighbor passing Hriizellg residence was attracted by the toiind of groans in the vicinity of the barn Ou investigating bo found Mr Hrzill lyiii tilreiliug on the burn floor his hiMil ciMsiiud almost beyond recogni tion He milied enough to mutter Tmmps killed and died soon after as islance arrived From his family it was learned thit he had in bis pocket and the condition of his clothing showed be had been robbed Tim VVanta to Vote ClTT Oct dsirea to go home to vote next month but it is doubtful whether he can du so on account of the pressure of exec utive business at Washington A num ber of important matters will come up for discussion in the cabinet meetings during the next fortnight and it will be lillijult to postpone their consideration The probability is that the president will it in some way so as to go to the Indianapolis polls but he has not yet de cided the tjustion llliiiKs Out lt Dili la Oct E Bil lings had a hearing before Judge Ney at H e hour Tuesday Charles Mullia of VVaterloo represented tle state After iriel ilisctission lillings was bound over in fiOAi 10 anpiir on Nov ant the Wat tio session o uirr lie is reoasel ou Cniielit ITyiiiR rp thf liulla KANSAS lrtv CKt addition to Hill afc Wooator O WoosTKK O Oct Democratic iiiassnieetiuy hero last uifht addressed jy Governor D 13 Hill of New York was attended by a crowd estimated at from to 0000 eople The audience waa larticuliirly pleased by a few words from fohu G Warrick Democratic opponent iaj McKinley who had never spoken lefoie during his canvass giving tha iepublicaus the opportunity to say that le didnt know how to make a speech Lnrgest lirhlge hi Europe VIENNA Oct first stone of the irMgo which is ciestfued to be the largest n Europe has been laid by the king of The bridge is to cross tha Jaiiulw river at Tohenmvodar and will e used hy a new railroad Hue consider ably shortening the distance between the northern countries and the Black sea Liberals Win tlio Kticles Election LOSDOS Oct as the parlinmeatary election which took place in the Eccles livision of scnitheist Lancashire yester iiy Koby the Glndstouian candidate was returned by a vote of 49JI to 4896 for Mr Eerton Conservative Roby favored the establishment ol an eighthour iny and that is what elected him the uttpinpt to derail ihe it 1tuil train at Mo lv the iiiiseiearts triI u the A ici caught at Liivity MI rails on the truls Milwaukee anil Tuesday morn o a wreck ig ot men were pryinj up the Will NOT Will Takv tlie Ciilnra U Moltke OC C emperor has or lered that the colors uf all retrimenrs in IVrliu bo brought o the resideaca of Oniit von Miltke on This dis iciiiii his ntvr htore IKSU accorded o 11 subject Police Raid Betting LIVERPOOL Oct prior to the riiuuiug of the race for the Cambridge i ahire stakts at the Newmarket Houghtou j the police raided the betting I clubs in this city Three hundred per sons including n number of prominent citizens were arrested but will def the BEST and MOST can for money your cfealer for if Insist on ty Tmzer Rptat A Variation in tUe Ilow ATLANTA Oc tfordoo has received from the sheriff of Coffee j countr a call for troops to suppress a riot of negroes against nearoes It is reported that hiivc killed Rubbed R Rothscilld PARIS Oct has been learned that while on a journey recently the j Baroness Alphonsa Rothschild was robbed of jewelry to the value of 60000 j francs The efforts of the police to catch thieves and recover the stolen prop j so far been unsuccessful S Making It Safe for tlie Clar LONDON Oct As a result ot the re nely reported lattempts upon the life of he ctir all of the palaces and many of A Littl Tislit Near Saakim Seven Dervishes were killed and a num j ber weve takea prisoners i BosTOSf Oct Waldo Adams i i Of the Adams tnTnna Hnrdwnre Dealers As i BosTOS Oct Hammer i hard vvsre dealers have assign ed itlss K570CO nssets about The 3rra suskea a composition offer of 30 cants i in hirtjdays j ihe offlclal buildings as well aa the pub i of the Adams Express company yeater i day confirmed the report that immer I rates were to bo advanced Kov 1 but de Liabilcmed to give any details aayinar t t TJ company would what tha tariffs are before goinn intoTf jet Sum of Money Hrought to In H Cuftlii NEW YOUK Oct During the war whea gold was very high George liughoa who had accumulated a consid enible fortune died iu Russia and his widow came to this country with most ol iis estate in her possession Mrs Hughtw did not know how to convey her cash to America witlioat being robbed and so she hit upon an ingenious plan which pre vented evil disposed persons from annoy ing her She converted about o the cash intogold doubloons and had them packed safely iu a coffin She took pas sage vith the coffin for New York and it was supposed on shipboard that in the cofBn were the remains of her husband Hatlier Rough on tile AViilow Arriving in this country Mrs Hughes converted the doubloons into United States bonds and other securities which nt that time were vey low in the mar ket Then she wont to Paterson N J where she was married to the Rav E M Weiss who is now a justice of this peace in that city Shortly after her marriags the will of her late husband arrived this country and it was found that near ly thu whole of his estate had iiaru left to some children of the brothers of tha de coused Proceedings in the interest of the heirs were nt once begun Htilp for Agricultural WASHINGTON Cn r Oct 23 Yesterday the secretary of the interior signed certifi cates for tht amount uf each ap propriated for the present fiscal year in aid of agricultural and mechanical col leges i n the following states among others Indiana Michigan Illinois and Wisconsin Another installment is al ready due but the secretary In determined not to certify the amount until the coun ry knows the stato of the law and action taken so that if any objections are to be made they will be made without delay and before any further money is ex pended Illinois F M 11 A Omoera SPHINGTIELD Ills Oct The state assembly of the F M B A yesterday elected the following officers President icero J Ijindly of Bond county vice president J H Wash burn of William son county secretary W E Robinson of iiond county treasurer James Creed of Morion county executive committee E Wilson of Olney G W of Washington county and N M Barnett f De Witt county Roetl Speaks at Burlington BuituxGrox Ia Oct 23 Speaker Reed eft Peoria at yesterday morning The rain made stops at Elmwood and Gales burg where Mr Reed made brief speeches o the crowds in Malting Arriving iu his city Mr Reed was met by exGo r rnor Gear and a committee who escorted he speaker to Governor Gears residence vhere he dined At 2 oclock in the after loon Mr Heed delivered a speech at the new Opera house Fitting It to Changed ROME Oct The pope yesterday gave uudiencejo the archbishop of Bahia 1 conferedwith him in regard to a Drogramme fixing the status of the Ro iiau Catholics of Brazil The archbishop emantled for the Brazilian Catholics a egree of liberty similar to that enjoved y t he Gal holies of North America which he pope promised to grant Gverruii with Rabbits STAMFORD Conn Oct The farm rs of Connecticut are so much troubled rabbits eating up their grain that hey have been compelled to kill them off nith strychnine Druggists say that here is a steady demand for the poison rom the farmers who complain of the evastation created on their farms by abbits The Count at tbe Palls FALLS Ont Oct 23 omte de Paris party visited all the rincipal points of interest on both the Canadian and American sides of the ver Thd party left this morning for Kingston where they take a yacht fo r he Thousand islands Their UTM mnd Many Are Injured ClscisslTi Oct morn lag at 2 oclock a collision occurred in the tunnel on the Cincinnati Southern road few miles south of Somerset Ky and the result was the death of six men two of them a postal clerk and an express messenger being burned alire The dead are C L Doegen postal clerk Walsh firamanGould lireuian Cin cinnati J E Montgomery brakeman j express messenger anil Long baggagetnaster Beside thesa the following were injured Engineer Pine lott Engineer Taylor Postal Clerk Gayle Miss Allie GettU Dayton Tenu si mu freak Arch Murphy Msidison county Indiana and K A Wheeler New Orleans One of tlnj engineers moved without orders causing the disaster THE STATE BUDGET Secret Society Doings at the Capital 5ED MEN BEPOST THEIB FINANCES Two Kxirrled to Eternity BIBMIXGHAM Ala Oct was a terrible wreck on Kansas City Mem phis sud Birmingham railway late Tues day night just outside of this city Two passenger trains collided through a mis understood signal and the result was that JD Franklin traveling passenger asrent Xashville Teiiu and John Kit train fireman were killed nine passen gers dangerously anil tvpntythre9 hurt Those dangerously wounded were Gtorge Divit Shell sound Tenn MrsW F Wagner Green ville S C J E Owens Wastfield N C J W Kennel New Orleans Rev H C Smith Jasper Ala 1 O Franklin Nash vllJe dying J A Taylor Magnolia Ark head smashed and eye knocked out W C Burton Cardova AU sonldod and badly mashed J A Beard Nauvor Ala Internally hurt A Fag Canned ThU KANSAS CITY Mo Oct morning about two passenger trains came into rearend collision owing to a thick UK just west of Armourdale and Pat Cullen engineer of a Rock Island train was probably fatally injured Seven others were moro or less hurt those receiving the most serious injuries being John Cuff firemanj severely Ed ward Jackapn colored porer both legs brokeuJohn Driscoll Osaqim Kan lelt leg broken below the kuee C J Avery Springfield Ills special census agent back hurt and bruised about the body Killed Four nt n ATLANTA Ga Oct special to The Constitution from Rome says A ter rible accident occurred on the line of HJB Chattanooga Rome and Columbus rail road yesterday morning Four persons were killed three instantly the fourth dying shortly afterward A southbound passenger train ran over a covered wagon at a crossing near piicnmauga and J W Jenkius his wife and baby and Mrs James Bowman all of Walker county Another Fiktul Collision HAVES Conn Oct a tail end collision between two freights on the Haven and Derby railroad near SouuiJ Hill yesterday morning Fireman Norton wis feriuuaiy and per ntally injured The engine of tbe ruar train aud several cars were badly A REGULAR IRE FIEND Eminence lielle RuflVrty Achieves a Uiul fiir A rsun KANSAS CITY Mo Oct letter has been receiver from the chiif of police of Memphis asking for information con lernlng Ieliu HalTerty who is now under irrest in Memphis charged with arson klrs Rafferty in ISSfi lived in this city mil had a heavy insurance on her goods Her house burned down and she was rrested on the same charge un which she s now held in Memphis indicted tried nd acquitted Her subsequent career was a warm one Her house in Wichita jurned dowu May 25 18ST She moved to Honey Grove Tex in but the alias Mrs J McDouaid brought her no bet er luck and her house was burned down gain As Mrs Belle McDonald ahe lost house by fire in Cincinnati in October of fie same year and last December as Mra niR Curtis her bouse iu St Louis fell a victim to the Games He Bounced Old Hatch CHICAGO Oct B P Hutchin on the celebrated manager of corners in rain in Gores hotel saloon Tues ay night where one of those present ecamo rather hilarious aud refusing to e quiot when requested by the barkeep WHS put out of saloon Mr iutchiinson so the papers here say was ery indignant at the treatment of bis cquaintanca and turned himself loose on le barkeeper giving him a terrific rak down Barkeep stood It awhile and len fired tho great operator bodily Into alley Opinions of those resent say the barkeeper did right thers condemn him Sentenced to Prlaon Tor PROVIDENCE R I Oct tire corn on pleas court Tuesday Jerome Sweet found guilty of the murder of his fe by saturating her body with kero wne aud firing it He was sentenced to risnn for life A Battlle Imminent In Soadan CAIKO Oct are at hand the Sjudan that a conflict betweev IB forces of El Senoussi and those of the lahdi is imminent at Omdurman Both eaders have large and well equipped orcta ABBREVIATED TELEGRAMS Natural Kas has been discovered in Ala Jama The German government has decided lot to advance the money to build home or the workingmen because there is no vailable money to advance The centennial of Methodism in New ngland is being celebrated in Boston It has been announced that Henry W Uje hss given fcitOCOO to Cornell unl rsiy for ihe department of philosophy nd Christian ethics This makes Mr s 10 the institution foot up early t7SiUOO Eight thnusriud citizens gathered at injuon N V Wednesday to witness lie of a monument to the sel lers and sailors of Ulster county Jay Gonld was fined At New York i June for failing to do jury duty nd the fine has riot yec been collected Charles K Kirby married Aug 3 1SS9 os chnrgsd by his wife Wednesday at evrark N 1 with cruel treatment and nu but J5 for her maintenance since oey wire uiarrie1 He was sent to jail or ninety diy The if Frederick Brooklyn X V has developed the ict that while alire although having he reputation of a good citizeo model nsband anJ kiiad father he Lad sup ported two fmilies being married to two women The re is H suit over estate now Because he had bee tivics jilted by sweethearts Thomas Bowers part proprietor of the Avenue hotel Wijht 1 Kan put a bulled through his left breast aud fatKiJy wounded niniseit He left a letter saying that two jiltings was enough for him G W a youth who is in jail at San Francisco CaL for numercmi tage robberies he held up the in order to raise money to obtain an eda cat ion John M Harlan of Justice Harlaa of the supreme eoart and Miss Elizabeth Flagg of Yoakers N Y were married Taeslay Royal Arch and Phi Gamma Live ly ScrtmnnBge on the Keluuw Campus Gang of Younjj Thieren Broken Up and Sentenced lirxzil Strikers Rooster Nutei Oct great coun cil of the Improved Order of Red Men of Indiana continued its session Wednesday hearing the reports of officers and discuss ing matters of interest to the order Great Chief of Records reported a to tal membership in Indiana of 4198 di vided amongsixtythree tribes The to tal receipts during the year were 40 expenditures and the tolal resources of the order 68 The pres ent membership of the degree of Poca hontas is 800 total receipts 1121747 ex penses tl0911 wampum in tSWsf Thp great council finished its worij Q afternoon Election of Ofllcers Officers for the ensuing year were elect ed as follows Great sacbem Henry C Shaw Richmond great senior sajramore Alfred Ellison Anderson great junior sagamore Cuarles H Feathers Terre Haute great prophet John A Zuck Madison great chief of records Thomas G Harrison Indianapolis great keeper of wampum John A McGraw Indianap olis great representatives Geore if Da vis of Indianapolis Thomas J Smith Frankfort John A Zuck Madison great trustees Walter L Ramsay Indianapo lis William Sear Burham Wesley Da vis Indianapolis Itoyal Arch Masuns The grand chapter of royal arch Ma sons held its annual convocation Wednes day Reports showed 5448 active mem bers in the Jurisdiction The following offieers were elected Grand high priest J HSmithof Indiauapolis deputy yiiiml high priest E J Church of LaPorte grand king E V Ross of Wabash grand scribe A H Kaiser of iNoblei ville grand treasurer M H Rice of In dianapolis grand secretary H Smythe 117 ku ft ait The fortysecond national convention of the thi Gamma Delta fraternity be gan its meeting Wednesday with repre lentatives present from nearly nil the states ip the Union The delegates were welcomed by Editor Holliday aud C W Fairbanks delivered a short address The meeting will be secret and will close with a banquet CLASS FIGHT AT DEPAUW The Seniors Have n Tuisle with th B Oth er Boys and Lone Thulr Nucktiet GREEXCASTLE Ind Oct live liest class fight in the history ot DePauw university occurred Wednesday at noon The occasion wus the appearance in the chapel of about fifty men of the senior class wearing large white paper collars labeled 91 and enormous red neckties At the close of chapel the classi murehed out in K body not expecting what await ed them Wben the seniors reached the ouUide of the chapal building they were met by H mob of students trotu each of the other three classes who tried to pull oS the loud neckties After a liardfouglit battle in ivtiich tha neniors held their own iu foe style most of the red rags were iu possession of tho attack ing mob who paraded the campuses at night waving these red rags as tokens of victory v Five Tillering Boys Sentenced SHELBYVILLE Ind Oct was pashed Tuesday by Judge Huckney oa five tioys charged with robbery Tney belonged to a gang ot eight two of whom have been sent to the penitentiary at this term ot the court aud one is yet at large George burns uged 15 Harley Carleton aged 13 Robert Clarke aged Id Noah Estus uged 16 and Charles Ciirer aged IB were each sent to the house of refuge until 21 years of age Judge Hackney has sent ten to prison HI this term Tho youth ful gang is now broken up An Important Decision Rendered IXDIANAPOLis Oct Susan Howell owns propeny adjacent to that of Henry A Ruslie which s he rents for im moral purposes aud Rushu sue I for aw damages claiming that his property had depreciated in value The juperior court Wednesday awarded him f 15IKI and the defendant appealed The judgment has created a commotion among invuers of similar buildings aud opens the way foreudless litigation A Good Work BeifUu iNDlAKAluus Oct Thomas A Hendricks tho widow of the late vice isidfut is at the head of a movement started in Imiiunnpv Tuesday for the training of giris iu djtsestic duties Ar ruiigemeau been made to open in this city a large industrial school simi lar to the in Geruiyay in which training ij given in all kiads ol househud duties The Chinese endure ciaagf dfmats Better fli an any ot2iGr to Mormoaism MAUTINSVILLK Ind Oct 23 Ashcrofi aud the member of his large family were ail ardent Metiio until last summer when they all bee imu con certed to Mormoaisin They have now surprised their neighbors by deponing of all tlieir proprty and moving to Uiah The Strikers tvt an AdvHncii liEAZIL Ind Oct Central irou and Steel company adjusted its differences with the furnace employes Wednesday by which work is resumed at 10 cents ad vance The men demanded li cenis No serious dulimge rvsulte1 as tie lurnace was kept ilunnr the rik Houvler otes Political Gray ad dretsed the Democrnts of Wednesday Senator Viorhees s5ke at Wash ing on Gen ks at on the i 11 He addresKed tile Republic ans of Tei re Haute Tuesday and those of Blootningon Welnesday Hu devotes his attention to national isiues an 1 nor refer to Coopers charges agiinst him Justice of the Peace John JL CoUeTer ol Goahen was arrested on a warrant sworn ont by his wife lirntaliy beating and abiiaiug her but the rrlfft had the affida vit quashed taking mercy on her hus band An Indian To Han fed MIS30CLA Mont Oct Kootenai Indian named Pascal was yesterday found guilty of murder in the degree and sentenced to be hanged He is with killing U Duun of Ida Grore Ia in tha unmnier of 1880 UNDERWEAR AMD GLOVES Largest Variety Lowest Prices DEWENTER DYKEMANS Fearless Bread Party Cakes Weddino Cakes Good Meals Pure Candies Lunches Etc Strwl KOTKuwni OM Stan m ARE TU SlBOlAL IHK Jewelry Silverware a Hauks Glasses 25 years ox no Broadway D A HAUK The Jeweler and Optician WITH SlBOlAL 1HICKS ON And Spectacles Use Hauks Glasses 25 years porience Make no Broadway PREPARE FOR WINTER By Ordering Your OVERCOAT OR SUIT OF S CRAIG 1 Merchant Tailor Quality of Goods and Workmanship the best to be had Our aim is always to please JSlo misrepresentation Refuses to a New WASIHNUTONCITY Oct rndur new law any pension comms Hioner who authorizes a clerk to his name must be responsible for Ihe clerks doing ami if it is not so satcd in his bond ho must give a new one nnuJt la that all tbe agents are require to file a new boml This requirement H Bar clay pension agent nt Pittsburg posi tively refuses to fulfil The result ia that a new pension agent will have to lie Tne eterruil fl no more extreme illustration thaw gveen served with frogs THt MAKKt IS appointed law will comply with the Looking for Somewhere Klse to Bay BEPLIN Oct On account of tha lie Kin ley tarilf official inquiries are being made to ascertain whether goods which have hitherto been obtained from Amer ica tiau be imported from other countries Tho KlihtHour Idem In fraatu LONDON Jc The Prussian minis try has agreed to introduce in the landtag a bill providing for an eighthour work day system for the entire kingdom and Which ahull affect all classes of labor Inilnrseil B Fa Ion Ticket YORK Oct The countycon Tention of the Business Mens Republican organization last night indorsed the municipal fusion ticket beaded by Fraud f for mayor The Wontlicr We Slay Expert WASHINGTON CITY O I The following are the weather iu liiMtion fir lours frum i p m yttirliy iouly and ruin co cool east erly winds For Mi Fair sather fol or in northwest ijortiuc slightly variable winds For fair whither fol 3 by showers southerly winds For Wifl Warmer fair weather followed by raiu suulherly winds er 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