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Logansport Pharos (Newspaper) - October 27, 1890, Logansport, Indiana LOGANSPORT DAILY ABOS 16TH YEAH MONDAY EVENING OCTOBER 27 1890 NO 154 JOHN GRAYS j SIR JULIAX TALKS CORNER ON Kor Laoics Misses Chiii dren Mori and Boys Of courso ovory no knows that wo keOD the largest and best Stock oT Underwear in the norlhwestern part of tho State j and feii at no one pretends to oat Como at jiico as now is tho time to nako the change j FURNITURE The British Minister on the Seal Question HE PEG3 AWAY AT AEBITEATIOF Our Designs tin1 IliSt WnrkiMH Allovnl to ijuvniir Siilis J IV I ta moil SODS Di WEDNESDAY OCT 29th Charles Barfiner of Silncy tt Ellis on u ivaiul ciiUTho New Uuin iiliu Comedy FATHERLAND AM Myf nf ho Tvnl HurfianlinrV tfow ougs incimiiiix1 his hit Iihtu TYROLEAN QUARTETTE SHUTSpcclzil Sffiicry tarriuJ by iht Co npnny SOitt IloVtPI Ii 1J KftSllllirH IritfS for all II MM 7V I iluny liTu ate ri al AT 12thSt Drue Store A FINE PIECE OF 15 1NDEEU A LUXURV par COMES AS BEINQ A PI 1 1 G u Mh And Scfiug to Wluit Seorctury ItlnliiK It So To llu Srihml t s Showing tin of the Cholera STOIIIJ The JJtrpsirtimsnt ClorkH of All CoinKoran to Notis WAHIMITOK CITV Oct Julian PauncefMiti lias to Washington and on UhLJnes return Thurs day jfiuU the negotiations concern ing tin sea controversy Sir Julian suiil yestLrdfiy I shall rentuv to Ilmnrnty proposiiiori for arbitration ihfit is t only sure remedy for the existing of uTairs Dynpite the ftict t hut tie fitticles for ii convention lofikitiir rhis end not anted upon April ivha I fchorai it WLH for riocrctiry Biaiius Hnd the rf United Lliat no acts of iiiitilty were perpotratod during the siHiti just closed Iliiri i Lot oT TliiiikliitC Tfierthis however been no chnngein iit ions since Lord uabrniitul thiproposition for arbitration to Itlnine to which by tho way the liiUer hus tliin fur vouchsafed no reply Siill it is nn iinjiortant matter and I preMUW MILsecretary of statj ilesires to consider it very fully iui1 iu ill bear btfortt mnkiiiLC any recoinintjudation From the com tlie objecc of invcstiyittujii has tlie preservation of tin fur stitl spucks tdr the bneiit of man kind and no ofud VJitUaLCCi to any pitrticulur m or of biMiclit to any private intoresc whoiiUl en ttr into tlu jtiest ion Hence tinre is an urgent necessity for a mixtd eotntuissiun of which should be allowed at least two years in which to make u thorough investigation of this Jiml submib the result of that finding to tlu inter eatud as speedily us osible Piiiiding the result ot nn inquiry it is nnjirobahle that any appreciable diminution the fur SLiil Kptclei woiiid take place But in order to quiet all apprehension on that score I the following proviucial rcKiilatious 1 That jjclatcicr sealing ho prohibiUMl in the ItohriiiK Sfi of Ai hotsk anl urljnining wnUri ilurini tfu inoiitlis of May June ami durijij tliL montJis nt October Novuniber and iHfiintHr tho itoriods of tho fur seal Ail sealing vcssvls M prohibituri from ap tliu islaiKla within u radius of ton Is HitMly to ltsuus4 MriLtvrit Ef these nrt nccoptod iiy her ninjtstys yitvernment it would certainly niantlest a friendly ilesiru to cooperate witli tbf United StfittM government arid that of IliiHiii in tin irotcction of thosea rookeries aud tho prevention ot uny vio lation of thti laws Ltiesii proijosals havo been framed in tho of justice and conciliation and with an earnest tie5iro to terminate this controversy in a manner honorable to all parties aud worthy of the great nations romjrued Now if Sec retnry Illume desires to discuss the mat ter with me on this plane 111 ere will shortly bo nn end to the Deliriums sea fisheries trouble Tlie at tlie Capital WASHISGTOS Cttr Oct Since hiai sojourn at the Arlington Hon G rover Cleveland has had but little time to hinn self Since he has been here he haii beeo almost constantly eueased in receiving friendH Jlr Cleveland has little to say upon topics political He appears to be thoroughly content in his law practice and says that he H enjoying perfect health Appohitpcl to Treat with the Crows UASHfXGTOX Girr Oct 27 secre tary of the interior baa appointed Charles M Dale of Mattooo Ills J Cliiford Richardson of St Louis and Rockwell J Flint of Alenominee Wis meinVjtirs of the Crow Indian in Montana with compensation of S10 a day and expenses KEEPING TAB ON CHOLERA Win n Difiul Is itinl How It ultiiiK Ailing CITV Qjt received by thu Ma rim1 bureau from the nited consul at nki Japan report 1095 OL chol oni an i T4i deaths from thin disease dur ui the peridd from IS to Sept 11 From the outbreak of theepidemic until Spt 14 tiieti have been 3 ISS cnsHs and diHths Advices receive I from tho United States consul at St Helena rj port the ippearance of cholera at iliis kene au I In anil Iias4iu Advices from Spain stat that tho chol ern epidemic conLiivi s buf it presence in Barcelona is not fniially coufnmed Reports from Abyssii a thai the epi demic is iutenso in the localities occupied by Italian troops and an Massuwali about sixty deaths occur daily from the disease Keports front ttussit srao tint the actual presence of cholera is nob reported but ujme cities the south are suspectedbub notliitii ilofuiite is known Uciiortod at Vonlno Koports frnm France state that the san itiiry condin n is sit is factory atul of cholera havo been reported The report of Itny states that ojcording to in for mat inn received from private many fafal easts of chnlora have occurred in Venice The Italian govern meut huH deferred tho return of troops from the Ked sea ftotn Constantinople say that the Into cholera reports are very unfavorable and show that the epidemic is increasing in extent aud intensity Tlie of the disease at Aleppo to which place U was imported from is very serious RECEIVED THE MEN OF IRON AMONG DEALERS THESE GOODS ARE ON THE i MARKET IN ONLY ONE SHAPE 3x12 FULL 16 OZ PLUGTHE MOST CONVENIENT TG CUT IN i POCKET PiECESJW CARRY WHOLE j MO mm BEOS Lonisiille Ky 1 Dclejjiitcs to niul Stctl Conveii nt thf IVhitc House WASHINGTON LlTV Oct presi dent iNitunlsiy riveivtLl the to thf iron nml steel convention iu the Eist puom of the While House He was ussist Mrs Sicrelary unl Mrs Wjmlotn Ativrney General ami Mrs Millr Scrtfcary ami Mrs Noble Secre tary Mrs Rusk an 1 ireervtary Proc tor The roi m was ilecorated aiul the aud their rtives were prtSijiieii by Mayor Ernest After the recepsioM tlie visitors inspected ihe White House anil conservatory ami then visited of inurest in city riuyecl the Airs A pleasing incipient ol the reception was the playing of nirs by the Marine baui Professor Sousi the leader so tiinint them that ulun the were passing through the line God Save thiQtieen was reu iUred and when the vie locates pnssed thrniiurh the on the Haiue was tluyed iud American airs sounded through the the Amortcan del elites were creetcfl by the wt AfraUl to Go Hnniu ami Vote WASHINGTON CITT Oct Considera ble activity is displayed by the local polit ical comrniuees here in get tin a out voters temporarily reidinz here to vote in the election in tlie states Many otersiu fir left here las uight and many others will leave during the wees In the departments there ts a feeling of safety of politics and Democratic av Kepuhlieau clerks alike in large numbers have for leave of tbsenco to go home and Twenty million acres of ths land of the United States are held by foreigners Gave Davenport Ia f I GOO Mono WASHINGTON CITV Oct The cen tns ollicu has announced lhe population of Davenport la corrected to fcs an increase of iOtiJ Tho population of the city previously announced did not in I elude territory annexed prior to ths enu menition Iliitton Slowly Recovorlusr WASHINGTON CITY Oct Hon Frank Huuon oC Tbe Post is slowly progressing toward recovery after his long aud severe illness Wbeti well enough to stand the journey he expects to go south to fully regain his strength Mrs Harrison to Visit Her Home WASHINGTON CITV Oct Mrs Har rison wishes to pay a visit to Indianap olis in November or early iu December as shti has not been back to her old homo since she left there a year and a half ago tor this city SHERMAN ON PATRONAGE fhii Ohio Senator IIjis Something to Say About A PITTSUUIJG PH Oct Sanntor Sher man addressed the Republicans of this city Saturday night He of coursa dis cussed the tariff the new house rules Speaker Reeds course which lie warmly en and all the other issues to which the mind of the nation ij now turned But the feature of nis speech was what he sirid of appointments to office Opening on this Htibject he remarked that iu 1838 the people of the country gave to the Republican party the political au thority of the nation among the privi tcoiny therewith being the power to appoint to office A Weakness to Any Party Continuing he said That power in stead being strength to any party is a weakness to any party and upou that basis nearly all the pubic men who fall in public life by the wayside fall by tho exercise of patronage I say to you now if I had the power I would not allow a membir of congress to recommend any man for any ollica whatever Cheers I would tiikt from r poIiLica1 agents all the power that is invested in them by common custom not by law I would take from them all that power and I would not even allow a member of con gress to recommend post masters because it in au dement of weakness ib wetikuns ttie member of the house and the senate ami it makes a cause of raustauc trouble and quarrel aud I think tlie time will come and the Republican party will be the agent iu that great reform when u law will bo passed separating entirely the appointing power from the UuTinak tug power THE OTHER WAY THIS TIME riuying ivitli tlie Iowa Pro hibitory Law HER MOIXKS Jndge Shiras of thy United States district court Satur day nittu an important ruling involving the Iowa prohibitory law The matter came up on a petition for habeas corpus in which E E Spickler was plaintiff SpicUJer was adjudged guilty of contempt of cnuit in Carroll county on Sept 12 for silling liquor in original packages and imprisoned for the same In applying for a writ of habeas corpus his counsel set up the plea that he was not violating the Town law as in so far as it applies to original it is inop erative Hinder the Milson bill Judge Shirns in his opinion huH that the Wilson bill is inoperative and that the laws of Iowa clearly prohibit the sale of liquor in original packages and therefore denied tbe application for a writ of habeas cor pus and remanded the case to the state counts Sonretiiry II hi inn sit Cantun O CANTOV O Oct 117 Hon James G Blaiue anil party arrived in this city at noon Saturday Upon Blaine was escorted to the residence of Hon WmMcKinley Excursion trains brought strangtiiH to the city to the number of about 15UOO from all directions The city wai gaily decorated in houor of the occa sion At p m the secretary addressed a large audience in the Tabernacle de fending the protection principle und that ot reciprocity which he contended were not antagonistic Aiaj Mclvin Icy next spoke and at the conclusion the ernacle the secretary went over to the opera house where Congresman Dalzell of Pitts burg was addressing another packed audience ami made a short speech Mr ISlaine left for Chicago Saturday night The Locomotive IJrotherliood PITTSKURI Pa Oct At Saturdays session of the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers I he following were elected First grand engineer T S In graham second grand engineer D Ever ett third grand engineer Ash Kennedy of Winnipeg The latter oflace was cre ated at this1 convention There was no election for grand chief engineer as Mr Arthur was reelected at the last conven tion for three years Slaughter on the Track STEIBESVILLE O Oct Eastbound passenger train No fa on the PanHandle j railroad about 5 oclock last evening ran into five persons near here Bine bank was killed Miss Blue bank had a rib broken and her back broken Joshua Winds back was also broken and Mrs Wind was hurt internally aud will not live ThelSig liesristratlon in 7few York YOUK Oct 27 Registration closed SU unlay The total for the four days is against for 1SS9 In Brook tyu the total was 136iXK asainst i lu IS 9 The engine and boiler houses the tower j juui all other buildings at the top of the j shaft of the LaSalle county 1 Carbon Coal company ijaSalle Ills j were destroyed by fire Saturday Loss oesides throwing 125 men out of j work I The president has pardoned Samuel Kriuer of Iilinoi sent to statea prison for one year for impersonating an officer E tlie United States but refused to re store Hay wood Randall same state to citizenship after serving a sentence for counterfeiting Uastronomic autiiorities hare forbid ien the serving of tame duck at fashion able dinners MOST ATROCIOUS The Kind of Crime That Calls to Heaven MAKES EELL SEEM OEETAHT Chicago a Diabolical Specimen That llarnly Missed Its Aim Strujjple of u Young Girl and Her AssauUs on Woman You ing Mttna Bml Shot His Sweeth Husbands Dying Lie on HJa AVlfe CHICAGO Oct FranctB Duchak had a terrible experience yester day She was assaulted and knocked down by an unknown man successfully resisted him und was thea thrown on the track just as an express train came thun dering along Her younger sister pulled her almost from under ihe wheels acd saved her life The jrirl who is IT years old lives a1 Stewart avenue and Eighty seventh street About 9 oclock yester day morning she was walking home from church She was accompanied by a younyer sister At the corner of Wright and Seventyninth streets an unknown uiau seized her around the waist and threw her violently to the ground you glit Uravely for Her The girl is as plucky as she is pretliy and fought desperately for her honor Sbe regained her feet and dug her deli cate nails into the scoundrels face Like the brute that he wax liu knocked her down The sUter now directed the assailauLd attention and her sister again struggled to hisr feet The assault happened near the track An inwardbound train ap proaching nt a high rate ot speed TUe engineer and fireman saw the man and woman struggling by the side of the track It was a dramatic scene A Devilish Determination It came near being a tragedy though and for a second ihe hearts of the engine men leaped into their mouths Knowing that lie could not accomplish his nefari ous design and fearing that the train would be stopped and the girl rescned the wretch attempted to udd murder to the dastardly crime of assault lie jicam seized the girl by the waist and stifling her screams by placing his rough hand over her mouib hised iu her ear I am going to kill you The wheels will grind you pieces A look of terror crept into the girls eyes and she fought like a ti gress to break away from the villains clutches Saved Iiy a Heroic Sister the train was ouly a few rods away he violently threw the girl into the narrow space that sepMrates the two shin ing rails ami ran away Miss Duchak struck oa her side and death seuuied cer tain Then at the risk of her own life the youag sister heroically rushed upon the track uuI fairly dragged Frances from under the whirls of tlie snorting locomo tive The train whirlei by and the young girl more dead than alive tottered home and told bet1 The police were noti fied but the unknown scoundrel made good lus escape BEATEN MOST BRUTALLY a Strange Story DETROIT Mich Oct a week ago there came to Detroit a colored girl whose appearance indicated that she was a South Sea islander She wai scarcely to spiak knowing as little of the language as a 3year old child From what she could tell it was understood that she had kept in plrtvsry on a large farm a few miles from Xevr York and had been subjected to an awful course of treatment hying whipped for every trivial offene HALF A MILLION IN ASHES Several of llni in Mobilt A hi MOBILE AlaOct 27 fire began about oclock yesterday nf teraoou and re salted in t lie most disastrous oonfiagra tion that Mobile hus had since the i wMr The fire begnr in a shingle mill and factoiy near the front jusit out side the northeru boun lary of the city limits A strong winI from ttie north a twentymile blowing and Che flames sooa cummuni caied to tlie cotton which i line the river front from Beau regard street the north era boundary aouth j ward six blocks and from the riler front westward to MaitnoUi stret threis blocks Fire Junipt GOO Feet From the shin Umill to Goodmans warehouse on the bluck bo an tied by Front and Lipscomb titreels the disrance is about ijOO yards and almost as soon aa smoke was seen issuing from the roof the cotton blazed up In GoOlmiTii there was stoied about 0JO bales of cotton GoOlmans warehouse in a bhiifi smoke was seen issuing from Browns cotton warehouse roof a square away on the northwest cor ner of Water street and at the same mo ment the Gulf City oil mill on the east side of Commerre between Adams and Lipscomb streets with warehouse which was stored full of cotton oil oilcake and meal bbixid oit lirfimii Drivim A The firemen and the crowd of spectators which had gathered in the vi cinity had to llee Irani the advancing flames There was now no stop to the flames except by a dispensation of Provi dence Almost i inTII il taiely the flames spread from buildiiiL to buiUliiiiC until Lyons artificial ice factory on Commerce and St Anthony streets and the Merchants Press were destroyed The property desrroyj I in 503 bales of cotton three steamers one naptha launch eleven freight cam grain laden to the Mobile and Ohio Kail road company live empty box czirs of the Mobile and road twc wood and cortl yards three cotton com preuses and eiuht cotton warehouses the Gulf City i il mil and the Mobile PiiOphare and Chemical works the GaueLyuns ice factory and numerous small business in the locality C Ineked Iiy un Ktpluaiuii There bus been no casualty reported The wind diel awiy about 5 p m and the fire the lire under control When tho mnmcmia tank m the factory expode I ii Deemed to stay the prOifress of ihe llitnivs to tho south ward It is esimated that th i total loss will ex ceed The ivisurince except on cotton is 0 A Itoone Jiu Assail teil by Some One Unknown IlOOXS Ia Oct 27 a well todo widov of this city was attacked at Saturday morning in her room by some one unknown and beaten almost into unconsciousness with a gun barrel In her efforts to escape she crawled out on a porch roof where she was found by neighbors with her head almost beaten to a jelly and one baud split the whole length by the force of a blow The only other occupant ot the house at the time Austin a nephew who had been adopted lie says that he was awak ened by his aunts screams ouly in time to see her assailants run through the room and downstairs Chances Against Her Recovery The attending physicians say the chances are against her though there is hope recovery There are sixteen distinct blows on her head made by the heavy gun bar rel The physicians do not discover any fracture of the skull but fear tlu shock will prove fatal She is a strong healthy woman in the prime of life or she would have succumbed before Uhis She par tially recovered consciousness for a time Saturday afternoon JHH County Attor ney O M Brocket tuok her statement but she was too ilxed to tell nu in tell i story All htt could be learned from Jier is that lur was a short stout man Young Signs was examined but there is nothing to incriminate him and the affair so far is a complete mys us no robbery was committed DEVILISH WORK WITH THE KNIFE A Defenseless Woman Attacked by Urntal Hurtriars KEADixiJ Pa Oct 27 Saturday rooming two masked men entered the res idence of Mrs Amanda Doabler a wealthy widow residing on the outskirts of Leb anon and demanded her money She re fused when they set upon her with a knife aud brutally tabbed her in ten places on her head cutting her on her body aud arms The woman resisted aud a terrible fight ensued until finally scared by her screams the men diiihed cut ol the window and escapacl without getting her Xne struggle with fer assaifaats toofc place in Mrs sleeping roomand this had the appearance of a regular Tie walls were covered with the carpit torn up an 1 the bed and floor red with blood The woman is now in a critical condition and not ex pected to live many hours The assail tints have not yet been arrested Died with an Lie on His Lips NEW YORK Oct after noon James Kelliher aged 31 had a quar rel with his wife Delia at their home Kelliher was fonnd stabbed in the left breastlu his statement before death ha claimed that his had inflicted the Mrs Kelliher denied this and later a neighbors wife swore that she saw Kelliher stab himelf in the hail joC the house and then return to his rooms ONE BULLET AMISS Fire in n incM ill riant YouxcsTuWN U Oct machine blacksmith shop and a portion of the stock house of largrf mill belong ing to tho Youngtown UuliiMgMill com pany were consumed by lire Saturday night The cause of ihe lire is unknown The is about said to b fully insured A singular coincide nee is the fact that a few ago the same hour and on the samo day of tho week this mill was entirely consumed Tried to linrn the Town MoNTiUKLLO Ills Oct was great exeirement at CJITO Gordo Satur day night during the rain and hail storm caused by an incendiary attempting to burn the town by wetting fire to the hirge bank block A pile of paper pine aud other inflammable material was set on iro and dry goods boxrs piled about The lire was discovered just in time to pre vent a heavy loss THE DISTRESSJN IRELAND Roixmn Vutliulic Want Soud Po tatoes Distributed at Once LONDOX Oct pastoral letter has been isue I by the Konmn Catholic bish ops of Ireland on the condition of the country as the result the failure of the potato crop The letter declares that if the crisis is not deilt with immediately aud effectively the results will be fatat and iarrefiching in uie future The gov ernment the letter continues should pro vide for the procurement of pocato seed fur the coming and no delay should be made in arranging for Us distribution It denounces the artempt of government officials to make if that the grav ity of Lhe situation is iMy exaggerated and on the other htn1 condemns ihe plan of campaign as putting a weapon into the hands of i lie government The letter is signed by all tiie prel ices in irvI4arl Xiibtv Deitd NETV YORK Oct 27 G Noble once governor of Wisconsin dittd Sat 11 riiay from the elTtCts of a fall down the stairs of his home in Brooklyn on Thurs day caiirfl concussion of the brain Itwss at tirt supposed that he was stricken with apoplexy but it wivs thought afterward that he fell acodent al ly lie was buii iu Geneva N Y in 18H3 In fc57 he went to Wisconsin and in 1S59 lie was elected lieutenant governor 3t ihe state succeeding later to lhe gov ernorship One Vjctim STBACCEE X Y Ott Catba OCotiucr a victim of the Leland ho fel fire died iNiturdty at St Jo sephs hospital liii makestbe iseventh death ressdtinij froui ths Iceland fire aud the body of Mary Doyle is now supposed to be in the ruins AN EXALDERMAN A Ticlit Over u Grrl Results in Her Heath by a Hullet Sleunt for Another ALLIANCE Neb Oct Thornton a young fanner living twelve miles from here Saturday killed Ferd i BrObinsou and fatally wounded Myrtle Kerr Myrtle and Thornton were en to be married but the girl told him that sie would marry another mau io please her parents Thornton had al most induced her to reconsider her deter min atiou and accompany him in his wagon when her father tvitli Robinson rushed out of the house and took the girl by force Thornton drew his pistol and shoe Rubin son dead and ia attempting to shoot Kerr the ball struck his sweefc heart He has been arrested Murdered by a in a Chicago Sa IDOR CHICAGO Oct Alderman Will iam P was fatally snot at an early hour yesterday morning by Faro j Dealer Hathaway Between 4 and a nx Whtlan sat down to take an early breakfast with Matt in the latters and saloon at Stati street They had just legan to eat when Hatha j way came stalkioir throogh the room and stopped immediately in front of the table at which Whean Hogan were seated KfUbavrety who Mras intoxicatedL made sonje remark nppnreicly offensirie when Whelan sprang to hiis feet and advanced The Ready Revolver Speafeut Hathaway it ooce pallet a binary 44 cvlibre revolver and fired the ball going through Whelans left groin out at his back and imbedding itself in the wall WheUa was taken to the Micbiiiel Reese hospital where he died at in the aft noon Hathaway was arrested an d lodged in the Central station Another Statement Regarding E P Beauchamp HIS COUSIH DENIES SOME STORIES No Truth Bn the Koporta of nml BricaHrac S u a of u 11 Had Sixty Years of Temperance Peo ple Thoroughly Organ Ired lilas culs nt TERRE HAUTE Ind Oct tele gram from Syracuse X Y says T Beauchatup a cousin of eJtConsul Emory P Beauctiaujp arrived iui this cliy from Terre Haute Jnd Saturday and visited Chief of Police Wright to inquire about the actious of the exconsul ot Cologne in this city Mr Deaucluiini said he was nt a loss to account for the conduct of his cousin It ia one of those casestw said bet that happens ruy ouco in a long time I do not wisi to say anything about it siniH barJc to Terra Hauie but I can unt tell on what Didnt Smash That Brickaiirao He also said that there was no Cruth in the assertion that the ex consul was in the habit of jjoiog oiii frequent sprees and breaking bricabrac ami furniture He further denied that ilia eacoonsuls wife was likely to bring an action for separa tion This mater ought not to print Mr Beauchimp said because it is false Heauciiarupi did not know that her hnsband not oo the train till fhe arrived fit Jtckroi Mich She sup posed that he hul sj me itito a car for ward Mrs Beaudi imp ia at Indianapo is and will go on with Haute us to Terre A LONG LIFE TOGETHER The Stoiy at a Couple Who Had Uccn Married Sixty Yertrs 1KBAXOX Inrt Oct ST Mrs Mary CnliHviH died Friday at Ihe itge of t5 Over sixty years ago Diivid A Caldwell imtl Mtiry CreRswdl were married in Nicholas county Kentucky They wore born oa the same farm in Kentucky he on March 21 and sins Dec J9 ISC3 They were brought up together and on March 21 1829 wen united in marriage Ten years Inter they moved to this county and entered aurei of land when tho site of this city wis nothinij bufc a frog pond Spn rated it Now the most of the land they entered is inside the corporation and has been cut up into city lots In their sixty years of married life they never were apart more than a day at a time and never since she first saw the liyht of day were they more than five miles from each 01 Lev Four children Uetised the union Mr Caldweil is in good health and his step is lirm He bids fair to live to see his 100th year Sutooii JSunied by Iinemliaries JlAKTissviLLK Ind Oct Paragon sever miles west was tho scene of an in cendiary fire at an early lour Saturday morning The saloon building and con tents owned by J M Johnson Teas burned Lois about This fire eom ing as it does close upon the attempts to wreck the saloona at has created the belief that the temperance people are thoroughly organized but the mei hod employed by them in ridding the county of saloons is condemned Cumberland Presby teriajis MAUTINSVILLE Ind Get The clos ing hours of the Indiana Cumberland Presbyterian synod were taken up with memorial exercises which were not ex tended owing to tlie fact that but two members have died within the Itibt year These weire the Rev James Ritehey of this city and the Rev J W Hauua oj ireeucastle both of whom died at an advanced age The syn od adjourned tormetiu Ireland Dubois county the third Tuesday in October Captured Two W ABASH Ind Oct ST John Sund heimer proprietor of a meat market in this city had a rather exciting chase after thieves who rifled his casn drawer Satur day Smidbeimr hal stepped into a business room near hid place and whre he was out the fallows boiii of whom are strangers took jill ihe money iti tho drawer and ild fiundbeiraer caught a Klimpse of the feIuws gave pursuit and captured them Tuo money wiu recov ered an 1 the crooks are in jail Coming Home to Vote anil Hunt INDIANAPOLIS Oct Friends of the presidiut here have bjen notified that he intends to come here to vote and will probably reach ihia city the Saturday be fore the eleciiou It is thought by a num ber of his friends that his proposedduek hunt will be made in the uorchern part of the state probably in the neighborhood of Djna where he hunted in the fail of ISsS 1lajiHl It on Friends MITCHELL Ind Two weeks ago Welden R Clements came here and leased The Mitchel Review A week ago Friday night the oflice was destroyed by fire Citizens subcribed to fund to start Clements in Thurw nay night he disappeared with something over Iloosier Notes Gen Raum spoke at Columbus Satur day He allude for the first time to the charges made by Cooper agairut him but dealt mainly with national issued Milan D Fletcher who is wanted at In diatiHpoIis is held at Denver Colu Thir teen yeiirs igo lie was intrusted w Hh the estate of on old soldier ho left a little boy Fletcher is charged with having made away with the boy and embezzled the estate A natural gis at Peru supposed lo be worthies suddenly twcatue active Friday niih and is now sending forth entrmui quau iues gas CLaries 2J years old living near Delphi blew the top of his head off with a ahoigun Friday while suffering with Alar in wlv murdered Etlward Lowery in iiitoa tvvo weeks ago was arreMed Saturday Jo epii F Gent Democratic candidate tor reprrBuiative from B irtliolomew county win lias been absent in Europe for six nijnhs arrived at New York Sat urday The farm residence of William L Mil ler in township near Goshen took fire in the absence of the family and burned to the ground Loss about 42OtX iuliy insured Secretary Blaine in Chicago CniCAGOOct James G BIaineMra Blaine and Miss BUine arrived here yes terday morning from CanWo O They were met at the station by Cyras D Me Cormick whose guests will be until Wednesday when they will return to taut UNDERWEAR AMD GLOVES Largest Variety Lowest Pricos DEWENTER Try Fearless Bread Party Cakes Wecklmo Cakes o Good Meals Pure Candies Lunches Etc ERE ftE ARE AGAIN WITH SPECIAL VKIOSS fatdics Cloch Jewelry Silverware And Spectacles Utso Hauks Olassos 25 years ox ponence Make no 41O Broadway D A H A UK The Jeweler Sid Optician o lour Pants Bag at lie Knee Of course they do and naturally you would like to overcome it Then fy Staters Sensible Trousers Stretcher The only article of the kind that a tailor can recommend as doing the work thorough ly without injuring the garment T Q A ir Merchant O Tailor Sole agent for Logansport for Infants and Children is so well adapted to children that 1 Crwtorla ctmwCoHc it aa superior to any prescription to me H Amenta JL DM L recommend it to any prescription ABCBEO JL DM L 111 So Oilord St Brooklyn N Y W Swmach Eructation sleep and dl ithout Injuriooi COWPANT 7 Murray TWAS A MIGHTLY LIVELY SEANCE A SplritualItt Goes In for RUVPIIUS Only nnrl Into H Lot of Trouble ST LOUM Oct rnotr exiting event in the history th Pickwick theatre took place iu that cozy resort a few min utes i oclock last evening Nearly 1000 persons assembled to witness the public seancy of the noted mediums Pro fessor Johnson md MISS Kate un der the m of Professor E IWJR E Ellrod The audience made up largely of the disciples and investigators of SpiritualUm with a 1 sprinkling rt scoffern Professor Kilrod first ap peared and introduced the two mediums both of whom looked frightened The usual committee was called for and two gentlemen responded Tied Up Kvvrjthlns but His Tongue They were tciven a rope ami told to tie Professor Johnson up in seventeen dif ferenfc ways if they coulJ and the spirits would release him in full view of h au dience Oue member of the committie said tbat seventeen was just his limit and he turned up the gas to its full lentf much to the dUoiay of Professor Johnj son Then he tkd Professor Johnson in such a buineis way that coli lapsed Waikinjf to the fjlbflight he said Ladies anrt want i to get into trouble so Ill jest state that I aint Prof Johnson and I aint got nothing to do with spirits I am a sleightofhaml performer and this man hini me to come out here and do some tricks The Audience FeU Hurt In a minute tbe audience was a howl Ins mob They rushed oa the stage seized Professor1 El rod and mauled him furiouly They even tried to lynch him with tbe rope which a few minutes before he had carried triumphantly upon the stage Tbe police arrived just in time to save Eilrod and he was earned off to ihe police station The box office was riided but the boodler bad decamped Yhe giri was Kate and both she arid the Johnson es caped during ihe tumult ASEREVIATEDTELEGRAMS Sftauley the Nile to be 4100 miles long The populalxon of Maryland U reported by the census bureau at 1040303 increase Brooklyn won the worlds champion ship game of base baJl played Saturday j with the Louisville to 2 j TJie first snow of the sjasoa fell in j Adirondack mountains Friday night and Saturday it looked like winter in that re gion RCT Martin L Friticb a Reformed thcrnn preacher WM sentenced Saturday at lat iff hree racnlha la jail lor stealing George one time a prominent lawyer DTK merchant was nrrenter Grayville Ills Saturday for ptmlng connterfeit nickels Austin Signs an Adopted Depheir fc suspected of the murder of Mrs T J Signs a widow of lioone Ia which oc curred Saturday morning A vicious boar bit a piece out of tbo leif of a 12yearold son of OJe Hhudf of Crooksion Minn Saturday and tbe boy died in twenty minutes from losv of blood The cruiser Philadelphia tried her gam at a target Saturday IUQO yards She put sixty out of sixtytwo shots they would have done the uiott bum lo an enemy New York Germans celebrated Von Molk e birthday Sunday uight by entertainment of which tableaux of Ger man historical incidents were the priilcj pal features Schaefer and Slosson tbe billiard ex pert are to play a match at fourtiwu inch balk line iu Chiclterint hall New iork city Dec 1 for and tie net gate The Republican state central commit tee of South Carolina bos Issued an ad dress advising Ifepublicans of that to vote for Haskel the straightout Dem ocrat for governor Berlin was brilliantly illuminated Sat urday night in honor of the 90th aimi reraity of the birth of Count Von Mcitke ami pernons took part in torfh procession in his honor POWDER Absolutely Puro A cram of tartrr tmkluv of all In Imvenlne ment Report Ao IV ISit J
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