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   Logansport Pharos (Newspaper) - October 25, 1890, Logansport, Indiana                                LOGANSPOBT DAILY PHAROS 16TH YEAE SATUfiDAY EVENING OCTOBER 25 1890 NO 163 JOHN GRAYS CAMPAIGN NOTES CORNER ON For Ladlos Missos Chil dren Men and Boys Of course every no knov3 that keep the largest and best Stock of Underwear in the norlhwfsstern part of the State and soli at prices that no one pretonds to iieet Corno of once as now is the time to nioko thio chanse FURNITURE iCfJS THE LOWIS r Our Designs None but Workmanship Allowed to IjOiVf our j Henderson fi SODS D IOLAVS OlKKA liOtJSK IKHAN IICOIllIKTOIC NK MUM r WEDNESDAY OCT 29th S petin t KnfftiKtmoni ut the Jolly ernutn Dialect oiie Imn und Swuot riiuKur Charles Gartner KAKU 1iulff tho rim imminent of Kidney It Kills priwliiLmK on u ijmmi suule theNew Itoui uitic CuiiusJy An Idyl of tiie Tyrul Hour liinlmrs New SOUKS InctiiiJtiiK IT mil hit Tlio Lilac TYROLEANQUAHTE TTE Seourry carried by the Ci nruny now on sal at U F KeeslhurV 1rlcea for til lower floor T5j Bakony 3fc Material AT 12thSt Drue Store hcioos and lastms p Speaker Reed Tafks to Repub licans of Chicago GOV HILL WAKES UP WHEELING Great Crowd at IJofh to Lfaten to Political The Ohio tht Measure and Ad JouriiH Sirifj Wti siting ton City aerfeJt Not Claiming K very thing on Kit her Thin Year Hampton South ro Keep Cool CHICAGO Oct Six thousand up turijofi fiuiH HK a roar of applause which loHietl five minutes Speaker Reed when hfi upoti thn platform of Battery I lasr with Saunters Far well HOl CuLlom uril Ily present alive Ma ax tHtorls Tiio Jours bseu i half liour and the ovmflmv soiiiti fivu thoiiMuuttt Mmls awalttil the man from ii thj ml joining armory iv here the fipplatifc cheers of shouts of Our next pnaihni could be heard The His speech followed the lints of those delivered in other put in ot the state anJ of Jowu il luftiiiJed the notion of the house in adopting that the FiiHJority to do what it wanted in the way of advocated the principles Df the McKinlyy bill and denounced Democraticobstruction tli d welt lengttftm thy southern question declar ing that twenty six seats in the lowur houao of were held by virtue of Intimidation fraud an 1 ballotbox atull Qng and insisting that the HO called force bill was the only remedy for this condition of affairs After concluding bis speech the speaker repeated it to the au anco in the armory ttovttrnur Hill at Wlienllng WHEELING W Vn Oct The big gest political demonstration held here for Borne time was gotten up to welcome Gov ernor Hill 1m passed through en rotite Uuma from Ohio Trains from the sur fMuiuliiig country brought hundred a of people to Hwell the crowd A torchlight procession was the first thing hwt even ing and it escorted the governor to the Grand Operu house which wns full to the ioorw with an enthusiastic crowd The governor made a refrain throughout his ipeech of the words the tariff U a tux He declared however that the Mills bill was the embodiment of the Democratic idea ns the ia which the tariff should ho adjusUul He then took up the Lo bill and denounced it us a bitterly parti san measure framed to continue tho K publican party in power At the con clusion of his which lasted nbout au hour and a half Senator Kenna was i tit rod need ani a short POLITICS AT THE CAPITAL Everybody or About to Leave The WASHINGTON CITY Oct Tills city LmlB to be empty ot politicians next week It ia pretty near that condition aow Only two or three of the cubinct are hero Secretary JBlaine has gone west Secretary Tracy haw gone to New York Secretary Proctor will go next week Mr is in Pennsylvania and so are all the other Pennsylvanians who hold hiLjh ofticon here The president hopes to bo able to to Indiann and the attorney gcnoml and Treasurer Huston cer tainly do HO Not Prophesying Anything The and Re publican cmv are about ready to shut up shop and their present a deserted pearance toth committees express con fidence in the result but naicher is in any blunter It Iclt the cir iumstauces surrounding this lection a o unusually uncertain owinif to the tur T ugitiition the Farmers Alliance business the red iat rioting of various states and jther special causiia Thy managers ut com mi ttv hLidq mirrors are therefore ami Irttlv thnfc they are GOV CAMPBELL WINS ThwOhlo tlie nhitti umlly P CiiuiinnUl rill CoMMUfy O Oct The Ohio legis lature the special session presont ad the spoctrtcle of it Democrafio governor ilependeut for support on the Hpuhlican members of the Imvftr houao beciuao the Democratic members did not all support his view of tht subject of discussion Yes terday tin1 frH or Soucrant bill WHS advanced in the house to third read ing the spuaker litiuy one of those wbo Bpokc it The general tenor of the runmrkK the Democratic side ia that it is bad politics to turn over the board to the Republicans and that it ia unOemocmtie to condemn the members af the board without a tvial The bill was finally passed practically ns it cnme from the Semite siud work of the special session was lone Both houses ad journed sina die A Letter from Seiiutitr Hiiuipton CHAIUKSTOS S C Oct Senator Hamptuu bus Lteu n letter to Co 1 Irby chainuHii of the Democratic stale executive committfe declining to speak at campaign meetings ordered at differ ent points in the state Senator Hampton announces his deteTinttiition to stand by the state ticket nominated in September but both faciions to preserve peace at the pells and refrnin from violence HH trtkts occasion to ny that itie charges prufirred by Capt Till man the Utmooritic sratu ad mini strut ion in the rieen t ca n were ho u t fo u nd at lou ia fut Taiutnauy Has n Hully XEW VORK Oct rammnoy had a rally Thursday utght of the oldtime mag nitude No one cau recall an tvent when more people vore in the It was packed even to the outer approaches No Tnmmarmte of any prominence was ab seut The principal speakers were Gen Sicklfg loli i K Fellows Congressman Crisp Of Georjiin ami Col G IX MoCicl famous Union sou Deaf ening chevis were given during tho even ing for both Hill and Cleveland as the Democratic csndiiiiaUs for presid in Ulalne ami Party PITTSBLRG Pa Oct Secretary of State Biaiue and his party arrived ia Pittsburg last evening and remained till this morniiig The party were driven to the house Bullourft inm Kcumrk LONDON Oct Balfour is said to have made the remark siuce his arrival in Ireland that the parliamenc would sife out iis full time HS every year collated Igainst the only man who could induce Englishmen to ticcep the delnsloa of home rule He is suppose to have al luded to Gladstone aow SL yeirs of age The law exJPresldeac thur have ratsttd 135003 fora monument to htm which irill le erected in New York city DISCOVERED A WONDERFUL ORE It Knocks the Dynamo Out of ISutlness Apparently SYBACVSE N Y Oct A Dixon of Solus has made the discovery of a won derful ore called electric rock which contains a hidden force that puzzles and outoinishes all who see it and expert elec tricians in particular The rock of a dark shite color and somewhat lighter in weighr than sandstone It is composed of iron aluminum calcium and other min erals and particles of gold are found somttttmea Cheaper tight Than Mr Dixon says it will generate unlim ited power and give any desired amount of incandescent light For illuminating business places and residences it would be considerably cheaper than in fact after the building had been wired and tlm uatteries prepared the would be rutrely nornmai and the light would be equal if not superior to Lliat produced by manufactured electricity The mak ing jjf the battury is very simple The rock iu any quantity that is desired ia placed la jars containing a solution the chief ingredients of which ure salt and water The circuit is then completed and the battery is ready for active business Great on Ioll Kinging The discover claims that one chargeer of pounds of the rock frtll last and produce Ught and power for at leasta year before losing its force and that it is perfectly harmless making insulation entirely unnecessary In Mr Dixona of fice a ninepound pi ecu of rock has been ringing a be 11 since November A piece weighing half n pound wns placed in a pint tumbler and w res attached to the al bell which it caused to ring as loud ny an alarm clock The test was mwle in the presence of several getlemen who pronounced it a wonderful discovery SMASHED SY THE SHERIFF A Lively Seijue to tho Escape to Canada n Chicago 1 Jootiler CHICAGO Oct escape to Can ada of William J McGarigle one of the Cook couuty boodlers just before his trial a few years apo had a rather violent sequeJ yesterday escaped from the bath room of L own house whither Sheriff Matson hail ttiken him on bis word of honor that he would not at tempt to escape Since Ins return Me Gffrigle has met Mat son several times but never attempted to speak to Jiira Thursday night however ho met the sheriff in a north side resort where a po litical meeting had just been heldand ad vanced with fcxteuded hand and greeting on bis lips A Stiddeii Interruption He did not get through for the sheriff indignant that the man who had given him somuch trouble and brought down upon his head so many maledictions in cluding the imputation that he was paid for letting McGarigly go let out with his right and smushtid iicGarigloin the race and would probably have made Sum so tnnt he couldnt have jean told frora a last years corpse if friends had not come forward pretty quick and restrained the angry sheriff Mac c mldnt ba sten yesterday until bite in the fluy and then wouldnt talk except to say that it amounted to nothing A BALLOON BRfDAL TOUR Married at Hie Stiite Fulr and Went Sail in in tho Air BIRMINGHAM Ala Oct 25 Mr Thomas J Nims and Miss Gertrude Pil man of Bromon AlaM were married at the staft fnir yesterday in the presence of 10000 Kev S M Adams presi dent af the state Alliance per form it g the ceremony The young con pla then seppvd into tlie car of a monster balloon and with Erotmut Baldwin sailed off on a bridal Lour The voting couple were presented with n purse of i by Llie state fair management an a largo num ber of presents were given to them Liindod In Airy IMuce The balloon bridal couple landed on top of a rnountHiu seveutecu from Uir iniiiLchum after n trip of aii hour They were seven miles from a ritlrond Dut tlie country people near by curied them to Hokiut where they took a train for Bir mingham arriving at W oclock last night The Knjclneers ami Federation PlTTSBURG Pa Oct The Brother hood of Locomotive Engineers yesterday by a vote of 270 to 103 defeated the ma jority report of the committee appointed to devise a plan of cooperation which was in favor of a scheme to affll iate with the firemen conductors and brakemen The vote lacked a twothirds vote by 22 The report was sent buck to the committee and tlie matter is still n subject of con sideration No vote has been taken on the minority report rntiglit with Doutlly Weapons Yoiiu Oct crowbars were the weapons used yesterday after noon in n fljrKt between Joseph Wood 3J years old of One Hundred and Twantylifth street arid Carl Burg 46 years old of One Hundred and Twenty fifth street and Second avenue It was ended only when both men sank to the giound each with a fractured skull The men were taken to the hospital Tho OSIien Divorce Case Oct trial in the divorce proceedings brought by Capt OShen against his wife in which Par ntll figures ns corespondent has been set for the middle of November Mra OShen will make counter allegations against her husband Sir Charles Rus sell and Mr Herbert AsquI th have been retained as counsel by Parnell No More Silver Purchases This Month WASHINGTON Cm Oct Tha silver offered for sale nt the treasury yesterday amounted to 1 050 000 onnces and the amount purchased 200030 ounces at was given that the treas ury department having purchased over 4500000 ounces during the current month would suspeud further purchases until the first Monday in November As He Will Be Lynched HENDERSONS SPRINGS Ky Oct 25 Dr Z D a leading physician of Livier county criminally assaulted Mrs William Claybough the wife of the county clerk and has fled to the North Carolina mountains with a posse in pur suit He wili be lynched when caught Dig Parses for Trotting HARTFOBP Conn Oct The direct ors of tin Barter Oak Driving park have decided for focls of 1S90 W otted for in 1S93 and 000 ia WOO entrance with a special provlarftit nonwinners in 1S93 can tart tlCO Aid for Irish Sufferers BUFFALO X Y Oct The citizens mass meating wasbeld Thursday night to raise money for the aid of the famine suf ferers of Ireland Among the speakers were Bishop Ryan Congressman Farquhar and Mayor Bishop Orer was sab scribed LEFT THE HAILS A Vestibule Train Meets a Seri ous Accident TEH CAE3 THEQW1T OIF TH E TBACB Thirty Passengers and Others More 01 Loss Story of Fever and Death at Sea Frightful LOSJ of Life in KnnckeI Down by a Fumily Poisoned by Eatinj 31 Is haps TOPEKA Kan Oct people were serionsly injured by the wrecking of train Xo 5 the through Santa Fe vesti bule Danver express at teea miles soutli of this city yesterday afternoon The train was runaing at a hijh rate of speed and lefi the track at a carve this side of the ertst ea of the yards Tho tender express mail and baggage cars and three Pullman vesti bule cars all left the track The chair car sleeper and tourist earn are on their skies The trnck is torn up for about 400 feet A relief train from this city arrived at bringing with the Injured who were cared for at the National hotel of the Unfortunate The following persons are injured W F Jones mail agentKansas City plnved between cars ami injured internally J W Fad el y mail Kansas City in ternal injuries Hurry Stone mail agent Kansas City head bruised Mrs Ella Steele York city hurt in the head K L Terry express messenger Kansas City badly injured in spine J John son City batgaae accent leg Henry Lindsey Topeka bruised in side jaw buct MattieOConneli head and back injured Mrs Dr Beiis loe Tell u rid a Colo bruised knocked out E M Beaslee same place concussion Mrs George TiirJey Fresno Cala back cut Mrs J McFarland Ter rell HIM O head cut S Sylvester Mil tori Cala knee injured C F Farring ton Linbon Us collarbone dislocated J J Bnckky briikeiuan back hurt Elizabeth Babbitt Oakland Cala arm injured Mrs W J McClure Kanaaa Oiivj arm dislocated Mrs L S White TjitTcland F A Fair f Albuquerque X George F Jttppy Solon E Rose Carl J3 Hanklns Aspen and J A Coulter Colo radio all slightly hurt A FLOATING HOSPITAL Shiv Found at Sea with All Hands Sink or Demi Frightful JExploaion SAN Cal Ojt Tho steamer City oC Peking arrived Friday morning from tlie Orient The captain of the British bark Laucefield recently ar rived at Koug from New York re iorted chat he met the British bark become an idiot The stricken was taktin to Bitavia The Chini Mail says the government powder at Can ton explodo 1 Aug I J destroying 300 houses and killing over 1000 people WAS A NARROW ESCAPE Flfry Miii HHVO H Cij3e Call for Death or Broken Hones DUIILQUE Ja Oc1 serious acci dent occurred on the IlUnoU Central at Center Grove six miles at last evening While a train ot sixteen freijjht cars crossing a new bridge a broken iruck 1 the eleventh car to strike a tfinlur knocking the bridge off the ubinment precipitating1 six cars into thu stream Fifty men were ut ivork undarueath tlie bridge when the crash occurred They made a dash for aafnty and all escaped with their lives ex cept a young lad namud Robert Keafley was caught baneath falling timbers uncl killed Five men were seriously tliouyii not The loss to the company is about Had Rat Pulsoii in Their ONEIDA N Y Oct entire family of Joseph Crumb of North Brook field has been poisoned by eating ot a pudding made from meal ivith which rat poison had become mixed in some mys terious way Tliu family consists of Mr and Mrs Crumb u hirel man two daughters and ono son The physicians were summoned mid have done nil iu their power to relieve the sufferings of the nflltcted family Hopes are enter tained that all will recover unless it be the daughters who are both ia a critical condition His Neck Uroken by a 3ilow Del Oc Farra a livery stable keeper and James Devitie an employe of the Clapp Jones Manufacturing company of Hudson Y who was here repairing the Friend ship fire engine got into aa altercation In t lie barroom of the Pennsylvania hotel last evening when Farra struck Devine in the mDufcn and he fell dead Either the blow or the fall broke his neck Farra gave himsielt up to the police Failed to Keep His Watch Bight BUTTE Mout Oct coroners in quest was held here yesterday over the body of Fireman Mitchell killed in an ac cident on the Utah and Northern road Thursday At its conclusion Sheriff Lloyd arrested Engineer Lynch on a charge cf murder in the second degree watch was eight minutes slow caus ing the accident Oi investigation it was found that Lynch had not compared hid watch with the standard time ia three days Two Known To Be Dead TACOMA Wash Oct freight trains collided Thursday at the mouth of the Big Stampede Pass tunnel on the Northern Pacific railroad in the Cascade mountains Two laborers are known to have been killed aad a large number are fatally or seriously injured Wrecking trains have left here for the wreck which is piled high at the mouth of the tnaneU Drunk Shellac Varnish PliTTGFlELD Ills Oct Ken dall of Baylis kiJIed hamself Wednesday by drinking gum shellac mixed with alcohol It ia not supposed be intended to commit suicide Hound to Have a 3few Count NEW YORK Oct 25 board of estimate and apportionment yesterday pasiied a resolution appropriating 15000 as a preliminary to the taking of a new oStatal census in case the national au ties refuse to give the city a recount Want a Foreign Contract Labor Law LOXDOX Oct The London nnion baa resolved to petition parliament to prohibit theimportatioo of foreigncoa tracit labor the Shipping federation hav ing propoised to engage foreigners to take the places of striking dock laborers WILDLY EXCITED PEOPLE Tlie Minions of Her Majesty Kill nap an American Boy DETROIT Oct American popu lation at St Cliir Flats Detroits hunt ing and pleasure grounds are wildly ex cited over a case of kidnapping Law rence Sulio is the sou of the most noted hunter ac the flats and well krTowa to sportsmen a 11 over the country On Mon day Sulio went hunting and shot game on the Canadian side but the shoot ing vas opeu The employed by a club composed of from Toronto captured the boy for shooing British ducks and confined him in the club houe Atk fur Extradition The sportsmen then tried to get a war rant from the Port Lambton justice for poaching but that worthy refused and they took the boy thirty mile to anotber Canadian magistrate where they had him Sued His people were frightened at the boye absence iml wild with rage when they learned what had been done to him As the place winre the boy was arrested is free uaicr the capture becomes kid nMping and Sulio will ask that they be extradited for it BILLINGS DcMANDS ACQUITTAL He Would Not Ask n Pardon In Any Evnt NEW HAMPTON Ia Oct E Billing who is out on bail visitel this this place Wednesday He will uot accept a discharge by the prosecution but will demand a jury which will formally pass upon the evidence This of courss means an arquiitni as the state has no more evi dence to offer and the supreme court has decided that ii is insufficient to convict Askinjp a Pardan He states that he wns directly informed that Governor Boiea would linve pardoned him had he asked it but he said he should never have done so in any event He has spent nil his 6000in defending iiimself against the proceed ings against him for murder and is now penniless Billings will go to Nebraska efter his case isdismissed atulsiny with his son after which he will rjsnnij the prac tice of law AEFAIKS AT HOME Explanation of the Antics of E P Beauchamp HE TARHrETHLOHG AT THE BOTTLE JUST INSURED IN TIME A KimsiiB Mini Whoso Family Will ProlH by Hhi Urath EMPOIIIA Knn Ii Bun craft one otthe citizens in the county and one of the earliest settlers took with him to the barn yesterilny morning a shotgun for the purpose of shooting a cat Soon aftirvari a report was heard and a few minutes later he was found lying dead with the contentsof one barrel of the gim in Liia heart Thursday evening he hud taken out two accident policies on his life for 3000 ench good for twentyfour hours only The evidence before the c toners jury sli nved that he hncl intended to make a trip iu the country on insurance business arid that it had previously been his habit to take similar policies A verdict of ac cidentu deal h was rendered He Killed ills Muthern Iuiumour LONDON Oct 25 James Lyons who was Thursday convicted at the Old Bailey of murdering John Stswart a quartermaster sergeanc in the Royal ar tillery and the of his mother was yesterday sctiieiictid to seven years imjirisonmenr t lie jndye taking into con sideration the Btrriim recommendation to mercy urged by the jury and the great provocation that cxasperHtal Lyons to kill Stewur caught Iiis mother and Stewart flagrunlc tielicto Glad J tones JSuhtHiuir VliiiWB LONDOX Oct iij utter ances in favor ol an system have provoivid irible unfavorable coniTilont ele ment of the Libril p irty an 1 aroused mnituurs of diiappri ia other circles inducing the belief hat many of tlie olvi MiMchs ei iciiool wli secede from tlje party upon that issue The ztr Perhaps Forgot LONDON Oct 25 1lnAustrian gov ernment has notified tSc Prince of Mon tenegro t hat under the Brlin treaty he has no right 11 maintain K fleet Austria being entrusted with the defence of the the Montenegrin coast Tha notice has relation to the cruiser which the czar of Russia has presented as a gift to Prince Nicholas Keeping an Eye on the Cflwh JACKSON Miss Ocf In the consti tution as so far agreed to iu the constitu tional convention there is a section re quiring the stats treasurer tu publish statements twice a year of all money ia hand and the governor to count it at in tervals without the treasurers knowl edge and to publish the result R G Ii All Bight MANISTEE Mich Oct report sent to Duns comrnorciHi dis tinctly states the direct liabilities of R G Peters as being between 5730000 and and the indirect about the same amount bringing the indebtedness to 1000000 The atsets are over 13000000 and will leave Mr Peters n millionaire after the businesis sttrled An VnpU asniiL Welcome fur Itlaine CANTON O Oct 25 Sber3 Krider yesterday afternoon received a summons to serve on Secretary of State Blaine to day The plaintiff in the case is Thomaa G Vaughton one of the stockholders of the Ohio and Northwestern Railiwuy cim pany The suit is brought to enforce the statutory liability of stockholder Dougherty Indicted for Murder XEW YORK Oct Dougherty the alleged lunatic who killed Dr Lloyd at Flatbush Insane asylum has been indicted by the grand jury for murder in the first degree The question of his san ity has not yet beu legally determined He was arraigned yesterday aad pleaded not guilty in Irelund LONDON Oct 25 Bnlfonr ii mow mak Insj his first visit to the west of Ireland Thojert of the chief secretarys jour ney is to ascertain a vievr to furn employment to saffereni from the p Sato blight wiiich is the suitable to construct a railroad He will also make a personal investigation as to thii truth of the statements rj gird ing condition of the crop crop Ealfcur Bulked Tliena DUBLIN large crowd of Na tionalists assembled at therailvray staticn Gal way resterdajawaiting the arriral of Balfour whom they intended to receive with cheers for OBrien Diilon and oth r leaders Balfour was warned of their in tention and left the train ait Athlonf he took a car to Castlereagti will not visit Gaiway Parliament MeeU LOSDOX Oct an nounces parliament will mi Nov 85 A Separation IjokeU Favorite Aniusemeut Novel Plaint of Two Yonnc Lawyers AifalnKt Their Tinnillady foraTluTp on AlackeyitUoadg Protably Answer Be fore the Higbeit TEKRK HAUTE Ind Oct ex traordinary antics of ex Consul Emery P Beauchamp of this city for the last few days at Syracuse X Y are now be lieved to be due not so much to a de mented mind to the vigorous ami pro tracted use of French brandy and cham pagne Private telegrams received here from Syracuse by friends of Beauchamp siy that lie has been released by Chief of Police Wright an I that after breakfast morning he disappeared pre sumably leaving for York The early part of Wednesday night the ex cousul spent in making a tciir of the Syracuse hotels Calking loudly and gestic ulating excitedly May Develop a Divorce Cane The remainder of the night he tli guests at tlie Empire bouse awake by dis patching messenger boys with telegrams addressed to prominent persons all over tile country principally weUknown poli ticians Mrs Deauchamp who is a deli cate and refljed lady telegraphs that she is coming homo A separation is looked for Mrs Beauchamp has lately coaie into possession of a large eitat lult her by her father in Cologne Germany and that wits the cause of visit abroad One of the ex consuls favorite amusements when ho went home after a spree was to sniRsh all the imported bricabrac and household furniture that he could con veniently reach A CURIOUS CASE IN COURT Tactlca of a Republican Landlady with INDIANAPOLIS Oct Hamrick and Wilson Morrow young Democratic lawyers are plaintiffs iu peculiar in jupction suit in the superior court They allege that they are Democrats and in tend to vote the Democratic ticket nt the coming election that Mrs Button with whom they are boarding is a Repub lican that knowing they cau not find an other boarding house in the precinct and if they move their resilience they will lose their votes she has demanded that they vacate their room in her house and go elsewhere to take their meals Mrs Siitton lenieg the Charge They further claim that she has no cause for complaint against them except that they are Democrats and that her only object in ordering them to leave her house is to deprive them of their suffrage at the coming election Mrs Sutton ad mits that she la a Republican but denies that politics has anything to do with her action toward her boarders The court grunted a temporary restraining order preceding the hearing of the case The Trouble on the Maokey EVASBVILLE Ind Oct general strike is talked of on the Mack system The conductors engineers and Men headed by Mr Harry Beard chairnj the grievance committee and ihe agei and operators along the various line of the system have demanded a definite un derstanding with the rai roul officials rel ative to the establishment of tt standard of wages in ull branches of work The wages now pnLl by the Mackey roads com pare favorably with those paid on other roads in this section but it is claimed that the work of the employes ia more arduous Ic looks like a genera tieup conference between the Mackey officials ard theemployes of their roadu including Bremen and the conductors of the Air lnu has been settled amicably to all parties interested A standard of wages was agreed upon A Wife Mur4tur Oylng COLUMBUS Ind Oct Petil liott the wife murderer now confined in the county jail on a charge of murder in the fitst degree had a liemorriiage of the lungs Fridayaml end is uear at hand The crime with which be ia charged is uot a baiiabie ani as he cannot be triud for sixty ie wJi likely bj called to answer for his ciiuiin a higher tri bunal than lhat of tbe ircuit court at this place The Phi Giimmn Uelta Oct closing session of tie national convention of the Phi Gamma Delta fraternity was held Friday evening W 1 Chritian of this ciiy was elected chief of the section com potd of Indiaua and Illinois and Fitts burg was selected as the place ot meeting next year At night the delegates ban queted at the Bates house C W Fair buuks presided aid Professor John Clark Redpjth and others responded to The Bull Fought to Kill COLUMBUS Ind Oct Biit a stock raiser was driving his herd of cat tle by bis neighbor Vauaults farm A large bull led the herd In a ieid near the road was another bull When the two animaU saw each other they rushed together and gored each other in a fear ful manner At the end of forty minutes the animals reeled and fell dead The other bull will die of its wounda m Wait Two Old Terre llaute People TEETRE HACTE Ind Oct Aunt Ann Sixbury Baldy born nt Saratoga X Y in 17S8 Friday celebrated her lOUc birth das1 the located here in 1819 in which year her husband John Baldy disap peared and has never been heard from John Dawsou a Virginian living in this city will be years old on Nov 15 Costly Fire Ht CoiYDuN IniL Oct Tht business portiuu of the town Leaven worth was destroyed by fire Wednesday night Eigh teen houes uicludiug stores and the Hawu liutel were birnc Tie is esti mated at jiuii lije total iusurauCi T5ie Architects Adjoarn VAMiiNGTos Cirr Oct 25 The ar uiiiivention met yesterday morn ing sni after the transaction of the re maining rontine bnsiness finally ad Burned Boston was select eJl as next meeting placi The following named ol were reelected to serve for next three years President R M Hunt New York secretary John W Boot of Chi cago treasurer S A Treat Chicago I A JubllM Slater Sent to j NEW YORK Oct Jacob Syader a colored jnbitee singer was yesterday wa I tenced to states prison for twelve and a half bj Judge Martine in general cessions for highway robbery UNDERWEAR AMD GLOVES Largest Variety Lowest Prices TRT The Hatter 1 JtLK Furnisher Try QYKEMANS Fearless Bread Party Cakes Weddino Cakes I Good Meals j Pure Candies i Lunches Ktc IKE m m AGAIN WITH SPECIAL PltlCES OX Jewelry Silverware o Hauks Glasses 25 years ex no 41O Broadway D A Jewiln and Opticiu And Spectacles Hanks Glasses 25 years ex perience Ma no Broadway Do lour Pants Ba at tlie Knee Of course they do and naturally you would like to overcome it Then fy SEreeters Trousers SEretclier The only article of the kind that a tailor can recommend as doing the work thorough ly without injuring the garment T Q fP A IT Merchant J O Tailor Sole agent for Logansport for Think off ChlcAKOs creased from 500000 n 1SSO to lawiXXl In Avail yourselves to buy now boioio the KTCat Worlds Fair boom seisin next spring ami douljies prices We Liir hcl vou lots In our new weEtilaywood Subdivision from HifO up n Q TERMS GASH AND MONTHLY Onr Subdivision Is only one bloik frim K li H Diioi sidewalks built ttrccts Traded trees surveying nletrnrtsnixl wurnmtjdeed wlih oach lot HIjfh and ry lualn sewer bulk beet drainage Cook Countv three lurjre factories employing nearly 1001 menwltliln easy walkingrdlslance Chiirrhos Bihools npHrby HOUBCS snrlnidnffiip In every direction Kelchbortnit lots felling from C5 to higher ElevaUyl lioad now bulldlne posses dhectly by th 4 property mirl the Madlsonst Elccirlc Hoa Is now securing the right of way from the present line to Jlnywooil When these are finished we will huve the best transportation fervlcis In Conk County The Chicago Nonhvcct ern K n now stops 41 dully in Mnywood Here you have an orportmtv to double your Come to Chicago Inspect this property and we will return you tour fart It you buy Write for plats S M 11 LOSS A CO 107 BEARBORN 8TKBET CHICAGO Tteferencee Fort Dearborn National Dank aad the Park Lumber Com ABBREVIATED TELEGRAMS H Kri ity jiistpo ifl worlds c arniioisiii I iMi between the Brooklyn nml Luuisville chib Itobert shot anl kiileil in Chicago Fnuijjby MiCHlIery with whom he had forced a light In the jail at Lebanon PH Friday W n Highers who murdered his Aie Thurs day committed suicide by hunting The regiment of the MisUri guard which had its inrcera at SU Louis is bankrupt anl viill disband Nov 1 A meteor fell iu tho vicinity of Clare mont N II Thursday eveninc and made such a lou 1 report thur it alarmed the natives Fire at East 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