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   Logansport Pharos (Newspaper) - October 28, 1890, Logansport, Indiana                                LOGANSPOBT DAILY PHAROS 16TH YEAR TUESDAY EVENING OCTOBER 28 NO 155 JOHN GRAYS CORNER ON HJHDERWEflRS BlUCHAIdV8 PAL New Development in the Ben well Murder Case THE COLONEL WBITES A LETTER Kor Laciios Missos Chil dron Mon and Boys Ofj course ovory ne knows that wo keen iho iargobt and bestj Stock of Underwear in the i northwestern part of thoState and soli at pricess that no one protends to Corno once as now is the time to initko toe chanse LURED TO ASSAS3 NATION Another Victim of the Italian jHaOtt ru to Death STEUBBSVILLE O Oct cold blooded shooting that will end in murder took place yesterday on the WesC Vir ginia side of thu river Frank Cruse mftt Frank Galto in Pittsbnrg last Saturday Cruse offered Galto work if he would come to this city with him Galto ac BAD SITTING BULL An Indian Agent Discourses on His Reputation THEBU IS NOTHING GOOD IN HIM Confirmation of thB Cunilernnisd Mans Claim Tlmt IM Not Kill tho Vicj cepUd came here with Cruse yesterday from Jiickson Mich Wulch Is ntahlH for Coot The Story of Ibe Crime Told by Its Keal Pwrpetrntur Perhaps ViIio the Loyalty BUFFALO X Y Oct express prints tbe fo Woodstock THE INDIANA WIRE l wingspecial dispatch from Jut On Saturday after noon last Jailor Cameron received with FURNITURE TH Lowtsr Our Designs None All but t wed to VVorktnanslii our Salisniini J W Heiifcpsoii Sons i several other letters nnd papers od i dressed to Hex Birchall the con demned murderer now lyin in the Ox ford enmity jail a letter the white en i velopu f which was somewhat soiled I The letter wn ndilrenheil as follows J K Birclinll Wojditock Jail Woodstock j Out Omadii The stamp was affixed i on tbe bottom left hand corner of tlie en velopeind tbe postmark Oct 24 p in was iu the place usually occupied by tho stamp There WHH prrliups nothing unusual about this bill glancing the contents of four pages of closelyiienciled notepnper the jaiier hurried to IJirjhullM to allow him to read it The letter was us followa Tbti Scrcrrl Verbatim Literatim IACKSUN Miih Get 5 my deal toy 1 hivu been sviitchillK you ever since that fateful IHh of February and I see tho Cana you in their ehiebesat last Wel 1 must say I am sorry fur you although you know yuu are Kirtly V IIIX KMHXTH D WM I FRIDAY OCTOBER 31pt A Wnrlil of Fun eminent fiennan lect viivallM ami iJiiiicur CHASALODER filler the lirrclin of Messrs liruily Oar woil in tinliitii IiuiKliliiK Miisleiil Absurd ity 44 Hilarity I n for KIII willi i it ln of jrDiit Comedians Ihls seison liy Edward frisslu New ninl NVwiMil Artisti liiiiuinir Niw illil taleliry Mnsie Nivv tirul F iimy Sn ImM of 1rcttv Cirls in lovely s witty tieaulifiil ilanees fiinny eiiiiiediitns K K Humphrey K Crossley Sc illlit Irie Cinle 7 Se Aetiny MuniiKor Ilusiness Miinuyer Iarimet 5 ri 5CIIOOL Material AT RHRL7IIT 12thSt Drue Store A A REASONABLE PRICE IK YOU ARE LOOK1WG FOR AN EXTRA SWEET PIECE OF j O GIVE b itiiie as well You no doubt wonler 1 am aud where 1 went to after leavingym Yuu cnu lift 1 nmile iiuiek traiks nut of Canada and have i in n iiiinit iunMil rablc At present I am in Jiukaoii Mich wliere I Uteml to stay urtil iiliout the nildille of this month I wont 1 t tliisletter until th lay I Cor ear I bat some stray detoclivei net tiio Iropuil me Ity tbe tlmu ymut this 1 will je where 1 will have naught to fear from Can adian r Amtrian law Imill That Hit Hail li lliliil Toll 1 sec by mime of your own statements that you knew Ienvveli blul aivvoKu If you hud old me that lie hall a revolver this business levcr woilil have buHicmd and you would Hive been a fro luaii today To make a Jauii IOIIK s iny short ami a bail one iit tluvt let me say t bar as Bonn as 1 left you I beall to Dee it was no to be an elly miitUr to that ftltinv eitleil oa ti arm for even two weeks or any leiiiith of lime I never not up to oltl runs iiV witi him anil dont think 1 Iotilil have lixed It iinywiiy It would havi been easy enoiiKb if yuu ha 1 not told him that you owneil t e place llenwell AVas No Unseal struck into that notorious swamp just for fun to net a shot if e eculd scu anything nnd while m tl ere the devil summed to coma over me anil 1 tol i him th whole farm iupil business in was a swindle and wanted him tu chum in us he was well connected in the okt t oiifitiy cmiM nil make a bis tiling by ItiiiL bis name anil Keta lot on a Btriiin and that what wo would lose now would oon 1 e made tip ugain Weil Hex you ouuht tn have Men him lireat Scott Didnt he tfot si earn Hu threatened to shoot me ou Ih sjiiit He uoul i too if I hadnt drawn iny revolver My blood was tip too 1 reasoned with him auI ilii all I cuulcl to get him iiroun but no fo We talked tbe matter over fur perhaps tlueeinnirters of un hour some times mietly Bumetiuos otue rwise A Tlirial ill KxptiliL uiul Jturtlur At lust be jumped tip nnd said he wolild ex tlunuied lot of us and started for liv ruail I followwl and knowiris what Mtiiii ITO would mean i settled it then and there Now yon know it all Vm sorry I did It and nevir bought if jtetVitiK you into trouliLot the kind V11 will now have to foricivL1 me Kex His and revolver uo one will ivorsiL awi u He did not have much iiottev him 1 rintilil have tboubt that finy d i mned foo of a lawyer would see thnt for mi in kill htm would a oil VMII hiuiics I do hopthe Cana t least live you a n irieve II so I will write you ttliain aud tlve my address and will expect to Bet ti letter from yon 1lease burn this aa soon as you read it and dont my true name any one fluColonil Iin toot Vlfiiiln You have kept it to yourself well and I thank you It will ilo no now I bid you faewell but sill hope to see you in this world once iier 1 hope you are p e ared for the The of money and Juis ini id me much trou le but I hope t do bolter in tindays to eome Good bye Ever your TIIK 1oinXKU p s I see thit smarly we met in London last Juiuary has been tryinu to Ket his s y in too If I meet him nut hev hell tfet a d fTer ent box from Ibe oni you offered him it the theatre that niKht hell get it just cheap too Some Coiillrnliitory Faeti After reading tlie letter BirchaHs face asaumed a pleased expression and he sent for his solicitor S G McKay Mr Me Kay went to London yesterday morning nuil consulted iith Mr Hcllmutb an other of IJircfiairM counsel nnd ic is a tOiet her likely that a reprieve of a month will be asked fUat once Blrclinlls ex planation of this ieter is to a certain ox tent borne out by tho facts that the Col onel betweenwhom and Ilirchixll cer tain telegrams or letters were passed was i pal of bis and that the Colonel was taking Hen well tbe murdered man up to see Mr llersee a well known and wealthy farmer of Blenheim who fora to let on that liirchall owned tbe farm they were going to see llirehull Hns One Viltue IMrctmll snys he knows tlie Colonel but also says ho will not divulge his name Tbe letter appears to ho liennine It will be noticed that although dated Oct 5 it WHS not mailed until Oct 84 Friday The question will now present itelf Who is tlie Colonel and in the afternoon both crossed The river going up foe road to the top of the hill Shot Down In Cold Blood When nearthe top Cruse turned sudden ly to Galto and said Frank you did a dirty thing to me once now Ill kill you Cruse then pulled ont a revolver aad shot Galto three timea and fled leaving Galto for dead Galto regained consciousness and walked to the farm house oC William Arthur who brought him to this city in a wagon Galto will die The Mafla Responsible Cruses motive for the shooting could not have been robbery as Galto had in his bootleK Bath mon are Italians Cruse belongs to the Mafla which had worn to kill Galto The police are haat ng Cruse who is supposed to bo hiding n this city EMINENT EDITORS UNDER BONDS ErGovernor Tuttlaon Resents u Charge with a Libel Suit PHILADELPHIA Oct Robert i Piittison Democratic candidate for governor of Pennsylvania yesterday had Charles Huestis editor of The Enquirer W F Jordan and J J McClourin uf The Harrisburg Call arrested for libel The libel consisted in the charge that in 1S8J Governor Puttison was bribed by tbe Vunilerbilts to sign a bill get ing S30000 iu stock for signing t Wairants had aloo been issued for James Elversion president of The Kn tjuirer company and Clayton McMichael Klitor and proprietor of The North Amer ican but they were out of town A Preliminary Hearing At the prelimiuary hearing iu the after noon before a magistrate counsel for El versoii accepted the evidence offered by the prosecution in the case of Huestis as applicable to his client and bail was fixed at The hearing of McMichael Jor dan and McClourin was lixed for tomor row ExGovernor Piittison exbtate Sen ator JiuUe J G Gordon and William S Sleuger exsecretary ot state swore that every allegation published iu tho article complained of was false Tlie Miscreiuit Caugut CHICAGO Oct McCarthy a swiiohtender in the employ oE the Chi cago and Western Indiana railroad was arrested early yesterday morning by of ficers Birbour and Scott of the Eagle wood police station and wassubsequeatly lentilied as th fellow who deliberately brew pretty Frances Ducbak in front of a flying passenger train McCarthy de lies tblit he ever caw the girl iu bis life but both Frances and her sister positively dentify him His post U only a block rom the scene of the assault He was Irunk at the time m uelliiitf your hoidl I do hopilhe diaii in ilile will t eat you fairly and id That aliasing Mrs JUriinnen CLAHKSBUiJO Va Oct Branuen the St Iouis woman who two vecks ago jumped from a train ncar this hice anil escaped to the woods has at D been found She had hidden in a shock of corn Cl a farm near Pinnecking intl was in a pitiful condition nearly lead front cold aud want of food She is lot wholly insine anil if she recover from her exposure may recover her rea son Gladstone and Scotch Homo Hiile EwxBiriion Oct yester day addressed an immense meeting of jibinils iu Ibis city In discussing the efction of borne rule for Scotland he sWl that the liberal party was prepared to tranquilly await tbe authoritative ex press of opinion by the country before announcing u programme which in the result might be found to be premature Gen Palmer at Chicago CHICAGO Out John M Palmer Democratic candidate for United States senaior from obis state spoke at Battery D lust night The building was crowded with enthusiastic Democrats After the general wns through speeches were made by Gkus Black nnd Stevenson Frank Lawler Carter Harrison and others A Character Without a Uedeemlns Trait He li Iotint with His Tells Mayor Grant That New York Been Interstate Commerce Decision in Favor of the City Items O the subject WASHINGTON CITY Oct In the an nual report of the operations of his Bureau Indian Commissioner Morgan says there are twelve training schools noiv iu operation with an average at tendance of 1818 out of an enrollment of 2112 There are sixtythree government boarding schools for Indians on the reser vations which need better equipment The enrollment wa 3907 and the average attendance 2387 He speaks wall of th e work carried on by the various religious lenominations and shows that out of an appropriation for that purpose of 558 the Rniian Catholics get The small salaries attaching to the posi tions of agent aud physician make it diffi cult to get thoroughly efficient or tonest service and he recommends an increase Intemperance is the worst vice to be con tended with He opposes the permitting of Indiana to travel with wild west This Indian Millennium Craze Tho commissioner has received reports from the Standing Rock agency in South Dakota indicating that the Indian mil lennium craze is increasing among the Sioux Indians Great excitement over the matter prevails among the Sitting Bull faction of the Sioux who are anx iously nnd confidently awaiting the com ing of iho millenium next spring Agent McLaughlin in a long report to the do partmen t on the subject says tlie super stitious notion comes from the more southern Sioux and is doubtless the same craze that has been agitating the Sho shones in Wyoming and the Cheyennes and Arapahoes in tbe Indian Territory A MlnKulilcd White Womans Work Sitting Bull appears to be high priest and the latest apostle of this Indian ab unlity Sitting Bulls influence its a dis urbingelement seems to have increased duriugthe last year and this is partly ao lounted for the agent thinks by the iresence ot a woman from Brooklyn Mrs Wehlon who went to the agency in June 1SSO announcing herself as a mem ot IllancVs society She has lav sbeil nuracrons and costly gifts upon Sitting Bull and this has made the chief more insolent than ever The agent de otes a large portion of the report to Sit ing Bnil giving him a bad reputation A Thoroughly Iail Old Ueilskiil He soys be is a man ot loiv cunning de void of a single manly principle in his nature or an honorable trait of charac ter but on the contrary is capable of in citing others those who believe in his povrerO to ny amount of He is a polygamist libertine habitual iar active obstructionist and agreafc obstacle in the way of tbe civilization of these people and he is totally devoid of a linile noble trait of character The cmcials of the Indian bureau hero Look upon the situation as serious but hiuk can bridge over the trouble THE CENSUS OF NEW YORK CITY j departmen t has forwarded to the goV1 ernor of Louisiana the protest of tta 1 Italian colony at Sew Orleans against j contemplated harsh measures by the anj thorities of yew Orleans against Italians of that city iudiscrminatftly because of the assassination of Chief of Police Hen nessy The matter was brought to the atl Ksution of the state department by Mr HIS TALK ABOUT THB PEESIDENT Georges Levi attache in the absence of j Baron De Fava the Italian minister Seci retary Bliioe simply to the Ueaucbmp Promle to Make governor the substance of Mr fears j and the substance of tbe protest with tha j view of informing the authorities of I Louisiana how tbe Italians and their of flcin1 representatives in thin country felt John B Elam Objects to Cer tain Statements It Lively for Newspaper tient Alleged to HHVC 11 ten Killed by liratal Trentment in Insane j I IJrute Who Got VoeEic 111 I I F1 U ill iv M 111 ill Lady Manaiers ot tle Worlds Fair WASHISGTOS CITY Oct the re port of Assistant Secretary Nettleton who last week conferred at Chicago with President Palmer and the executive com mittee of the Worlds fair commission coneerDi the preslrlenl3 Secretary yesterday formilly ap proved the action of the commission in appointing the board of lady managers for the exposition with al lowance of traveling expenses and a day for subsistence while necessarily ab sent from home on the business of the board Three New National Banks WASHINGTONCITY Oct fol lowing named nati mal banks have been authorized to commence business First National bank of Anna Ills capital 50000 First National bank of Sao Citv la capital Hamilton NationXl bank at Hamilton Tex capital They Weve a Little Late WASHINGTON CITY Oct delayed section of the delegates to the iron and steel convention which arrived here Mon day morning was received by the presi dent after his usual Monday reception to the public About forty delegates were present tice Horribly WounJeJ While Hunt ing INDIANAPOLIS Oct The Hon John B Elam former law partner of President Harrison returned yesterday from his trip to the northwest Relative to pur ported interviews with him while away intentions re garding a second term he said I have not spoken to Presiuent Harrison on any subject for about a year and have never at any time heard him say one word as to Hail n Troublesome Conscience CITY Oct con science contribution of in an envel ope postmarked Holyoke Musi has been received by Treasurer Huston LET A LUNATIC LOOSE And tlie Itesnlt Is the Sliootinjj of Two tlisiispeetint Citizens BELLEVILLE Ills Oct Kit tollhouse a young man recently released from a mlulbouie in St Clair county rai amuck with a shotgun near Prairie du Lang yesterday He first encountered Lewis P Talbot a neighbor and fired both barrels at the unsuspecting man shooting him in the head and left lung Talbot is not expected to survive Kit tenhonse reloaded the gun anil meeting his broi her shot him in tbe side He next opened on bis father but tho old gentle man closet on him and after a desperate struggle overpowered him The IiiibiUtics of R Cr Ieters JlANiSTEE Mich Oct assignee of the K G Peters Suit and Lumber com pany nnd of R G Peters hns made his official statement of the assess and liabil ties Tbe H G Peters Salt and Lumber naturally out of tbe uation In words that he would dlsahargo UNDERWEAR AND GLOVES Largest Variety Lowest Prices DEWENTER companys inventory shows assets liabilities J5S43JT94 contingent liabilities u 0 direct liabilities on A Meiis Co and with Peters Lnmbr of Atco Ala GJOOU The R G Peters inventory is Assets 3 u30Olli3S liabilities contin gent IH irdirer for Anhur Meigs Co nnd Dunham fSGOUOO and Mat binon White fSHCOO On Peters individual i sets is listed stotk TOO 001 in the Peters SnU and Lumber ais wishes or purposs with repot to 1 election of 1S9J nor do I from any SOUTH inow anything as to what he desires or intends I expressly said as much to all Who spoke to me upon the subject while iu the northwest I was often asked whether the president would iu my opin ion be a candidate for re eleotlon Was Not Talking for Publication I said to a number of persons that I thought I knew him well enough to say that he would certainly Jo nothing that would snbjct his administration to fair Criticism in any effort to secure a reeleo tion and that if it cams it would arise other every duty as it came to him fearlessly and con scientiously and let results take care themsevea Howsuch expressions given merely as my opinions could have been distorted into the form that I am told they assumed in certain newspipers I do not know I authorized no publication and did not utter or write one word for publication BEAUCHAMP AT TERRE HAUTE He Denies the Recent Reports anil lias Filed Suit lor Libel TEISFE HAUTE Ind Oct H Beauchamp exconsul to Cologne ar rived from Syracuse X Y Sunday night with his family He talked freely abint tho Syrcuo affair beginning with esde nial of the whole story He sai1 Chief of Police Wright of Syracuse is thecaue of nil mytrouble I got on a train bound for New York and my ticket read to Jackson ilich I had no money with me nnd of course I could not pay niy fare Wouldnt Give Him His Money At Syracuse the conductor put me off the train nn I was tuiued over to un officer VVbiiD I telegraphed for money it jut the poice vould not let me have it I have filed uuit for SoOOOO against The Syracuse Journal I will get judgment against that puper whica wi 1 stand agains all the other papers that published the same matter The story of me bein insane is a lie Fearless Bread Party Cakes Wedding Cakes Good Meals Pure Candies Lunches Etc DYKEXMANS UT Marsot Slnol Furniiscns OW Snmd Cliiirtceil by tlie Mayor with Uooillery SYHACCSE N Y Oct Mc Lennan alderman of the Eleventh ward and a prominent lawyer was arrested here yesterday on the charge of bribery in taking in cash fur putting a certain resolution accepting work on a through the common council Tho niiyor is tlie complainant Hurns Opposes Booths Iileu Oct Burns tho Socialstic labor leader is free in his de nunciation of the plan set forth in Sal ration Army Booths book of relieving tbe prevailing distress and curtailing crinvii by emigration to the United States and the British colonies Elliott Wins a Bird Match KANSAS Ciry Mo Oct fltty bird match between J A P Elliott of Kansas City and James Haggerty of St Louis was shot yesterday at Elliott park in Elliott retaining the Ameri an field cup Score Elliott IS Hag gerly 4T Mntlmway Held for Killing Wllllan CHICAGO Oct accordance with ItnKr Vall tSxprrtu in Trouble NEW YorK Oct 2 of the baiie ball players belonging to the Brotherhood met in an up town hotel Sunday to talk over the situation Tfcie ball players are on the anxiou Feit for the lines ou which iho war is sHUeil uieiui n great deal for them The better players of course realize that they will be members of the bigger orgauization and that point of course troubles them little lute ivhut does bother them is lioiv big the salaries will be The lossus suf fered by the capitalists will make them careful ou this point and the j feiuis that tbe sihtr es is past Secretary Noble liefu ses to Make a Re count on tllu Evidence Before Him WASHINGTON CITY Oct Noble lias replied to Mayor Grants de mand tiiit a new census be taken of New York city In his reply the secretary generally indorses the letter of Acting Superintendent Guilds to the mayor and says that the latter instead of sending the proofs upon which he bases his claim to a recount merely reiterates his claim that said recount was supervised by a govern ment Mr Olcott This Secretary Noble denies andsaysthat Mr CKcutt did not have the power to supervise and if he had possessed such power had no oppor tunity to exercise it as the mayor formu lated Ihe schema oC recounting had tho blanks printed and gave out his instruc tions ivitbout a word of consultation with Mr Olcott who as a matter of fact only occupied a post of observation Does Necessarily Follow Secretary Nnbe says that the mayor seems to think that merely because on a census taken by the New York authorities from Kept t to Oct 11 it appears that greater result has been found than was found by the United States census taken in Jun therefore the June census was unquestionably insufficient and unrelia wben taken and a reenumeration should be made Ic is to be observed that the law required r ho census to be taken in juch aties as New York witniu two weeks from tiie first Monday in June and of alt tbi county before thefirit day of July last This was done nnd so well done that the other great cities have been as a class content If the season for taking the census is to be changed they would no doubt however prefer to participate In any advantages to be gained Gotham in Juno and October In closing his letter Secretary Noble says that it is a matter of common ob servation that many thousands of tha people of the city of New York give up heir abode in June of each year for va cation or recreation abroad or in the sur rounding country and many thousands more go to service with them or seek em company atical Two y tinvalue of which is problem Min AVouncled Unto Death HnAUFOIlD Pa Ojt A 4 oclock Sunday near Beech Tree Junction Pa on the Buffalo Rochester anrl Pitlstuig railroad engine Xo S2 was pulling a heavy coal train up a steep grade Tbe train broke in two and dur ing tho process of getting it together again the engine and one section of the train collided Engineer Casey was caught between the tender and boiler and his left eg ground to a pulp Brikeman Laird wai caught and terribly muigled about the baly Casey died of injur at 12 oclock Laivd lingered until 4 oclock before death relieved him IE ARE AGAIN WITH SPECIAL PKICKS ON Jewelry Silverware Use Hauks Glasses 25 yoars ex ke no Broadway D A HAUK TIw Jeweler and Optician And Spectacles Use Hauks Glasses 25 yoars ex perience Make no Broadway Do lour Pants Bag at the Knee Of course they do and naturally you would like to overcome it Then Sfreefcers Sensible Trousers Stretcher The only article of the kind that a tailor can recommend as doing the work thorough ly without injuring the garment TC A Merchant O AlVjr Tailor KILLED IN THE HOSPITAL Suyrt Wa A Pr acher Accused of aiurder HIAWASSEE Ga Oct 28 Joseph Gib son a prominent farmer was killel Sat unlay nijjlit on the public road Rev M L Amiuons who disappeared during the night is accused of thu murder the mo tives Gibsons knowledge of the preachers whipping his wife Tbe min isters 5yearold daughter gave the worst evidence against him the verdict of the coroners Jury at the inquest on the body of exAlderman held yesterday George li Hath away bis slayer was held to the grand jury without bail for murder Killed by a Hlow ou the Jugular BiiEWSTEB N Y OCL Roouey and R Madden employes on the Sodam dam qunrreled Sunday night During the Kooney struck Madden a blow ou the jugular killing him instantly Rconey gave himself up Another Game for Louisville BROOKLYN N Y Oct worlds day of and SiOX j hnnipiouship bili game between tha Brooklyn and Louisville clubs yesterday Suildeii Death of a Banker r Yonit Oct L Jewett the president of the IrvingNational bank died Monday morning at his residence He was taken suddenly ill Sunday night in front of his house and fell on the side walk receiving a severe cut on the head It is believed that the fall caused a fract ure of the skull and death He was 54 years of age Invested wltli tho Palliun3 Out Oct OLeary was invested with tha pallium Sunday Cardinal Tascherau of Quebec conducted the inrestuie Marys cathe Irai was magnificently decorated and the audience packed every part of the great eiliiic11 There were eigiit bishops and over UXi priests in attendance Tliat In What Hanooi T J mounts Fate McxciE Ind Oct J Blonnts death in the Richmond insane hospital has resulte1 in a sensational disclosure For several years Mr Blount was a prom inent attorney of this city but for the last year he hail been demented He was com mitted to the hospital for treatment Snt 22 last Blount had been in the institu tion but one week when he died In the hospital at the same time was Jatuei Haunon of Fnyette county who was treated for injuries he sustained by falling off a barn some time last August Hau non slept in the same ward only a few feet from Blount Brutally Choked aud Kicked Hannon says nnder oath that the uight of spt 23 four of the guards in trying o keep Blonnt from incessxnrly talking choked and brutally kicked him in the eft side inflicting injuries which caused is death Hannon came here Friday mil hunting up Mr Blonnts old law nirtner C B Templer related to him narrative Saturday tbe body of ilonnt was exhumed and an autopy eld which developed tbe fact thatsev eral ribs weie broken some of them in ivo Warrants have been issued foi the arrest of tha guards and the ns sistant superintendent They reside in different arti of the state Gave the Brute Uln Own MeillcinB SULLIVAN Ind Oct night Edward Houck went home drunk 1 Legan to abuse his wife who was ill in bed th reutening to kill her with a hatchet While be was standing over the bed where she lay four masked men en tered the room took him out aud with the same hauhet beat his head into a jelly IJonck died Sunday from the ef tects of His injuris Xo cleiv is ye known as to who did the deed Brooklyn Counting X Y Oct hun ploynient elsewhere but most of them dred and fifty policemen of this city take up a residence in the city again in equipped with blati k books and pencils P the fall In conclusion the secretary ssys that the United States census has been taken at vast expense and the enumera tion of the whole people is about to be announced The United States enumera tors of Xew York were its citizens and deeply interested in its progress and dis tinction They were intelligent educated and industrious They were paid all the law Etllowed and there no reason why their work should not have been done well The IJlailxvays IVin Case VTA5HISGTOSOrrr Oct long de quippe started out yes erday to make a recount of the population If any grent discrep ancles are fouud Mayor Chapiit will mand a recount from the federal author ities THE TELEGRAPHERS STRIKE Tired ot Western Union Persecution lirotherhooilMen Out ST PAUL Minn AtS oclock last night the ensire night force at the j Union office consisting of thir ty ivj operator walked out in a body leaving only two chiefs to do their work Sliot Himself in the Month Ind OCT Alorzo Heibert years son of Henry Hi r bert wlm lives near Croys Mill Owen county vrMle out duck hunting Satur day accidentally discharged liis shotgun the load sinking him in the mouth Al his teeth were knocked out and bU face fearfully lacerited Medical aid was sunittionwd mid tbe shot extracted It i feared the young mnn will die woy Killed by the Cars LA POHTE Ind Oct corom wi3 cuiled to Haina in the southern pir of this county Sunday to hoU an inqasvi on the tvniHns of Joseph Millsthe liytar old son of William Alilis of that place who bad been killed by the The hoy atumitvd to board a freight but misled Lis held nnd fell under the wheels and was insfantiy kiiled Sole agent for Logansport for Infants and Children Caaiorla Is so well adapted to children that I recommend it as superior to prescnpUoa lmowato me H JL AOCHHP 31 D Ill So Oxford St Brooklyn K Castor a cnrvs Colic OonaHpetton Sour Stomach Piarrtoeo Eructation Kills Worms Rleep Witboutlajurioua medicftttca TIIK CEXTACR COMPANY 77 Murray Street N under the whee f a NitkelPInle Frank L Gay of Huntertown has bwn arrested charged with having taken worth of jevvelrv from a store at Cen iniliM Mo Michael Lahey was found dead Monday morning in the hall of hs house at In diana Wits He bad fallen downstairs and fractured hisskuU THE MARKETS gtijly Janilarj May Olienwl tl January opeoei packing and ISrusli Oit and came home Sunday from New York cturt A large where they bad been held in the expecta preent to bear him CHICAGO Jet 7 Quotations on the boar of trade lolay wen as follows Xo glOlHs opened 81 3H close I May oixned tl clohci JlOMCorn 51J4c December opened close May 54Hc closed M October and Map ojxnied ABBREVIATED TELEGRAMS clow Fifteen buildings were destroyed by flre J 4 at AadCVer O Monday Live yards prices Hoes The disbursements for pensions durmg Market opened and Btronip all par the last iicai year The Illinois Kuiijhts Templar met at iu their thirty fourth i annual couclave Clark Partridge propietors of a plnn ing mill at Buffalo N Y have assigned with preferences nl i Georye S Bitcheller assistant Becre tary of the treasury has resigned to ac cept tbe post of Kiuister to Portugal The steamfitters of to the number of 4GO are oa strike for au equal ization of wages iind recognition of tneir union Tbe Jilini auditorof public accounlg has authorized the Peru State bank to business wKii a cipital of It oTk i7i ucnjs of paper to print the 15ixXtjO Irallots required under the new law to run the New York elections Nov 4 Fiireen MWer contractors of Buffalo Y utve been indicted for conspiracy to che tje city liy making exorbitant for sewer workl ExPresident Cleveland made an argu jeore the United States supreme mixed ft ling lot Irodue BeparaWr 23c tt fine gathered cream WdJSk flnot caudlei off I8c Live and spHag cbicvenR 2 turkeys dackx to fancy 7U375C per bu NVihcojwin sweet bbl groin per bbl New Vork NEW YOBK Oct 27 2 red winter cash SJ08 do S107H rto do December do Jnoary 2 Hilled S8c cawli do November do December No 2 mixed Novmlr do December Nominally Lne Jrtook firm at a slight advance from previais prices poonist t best steers bulls and J2U and steady bat doll and slow 40 V 1W lankbe eteady live auuiencj was lirn tliar a sett lerient nf tne bae ball mit ile Uaue and ISroiLi livini A aiearoll son uf Col A S Billman Kan fell into a tub OBACCO r was won by tj S Batteries 0t was menu iStratton Ehret and Ryan and Terry Bushonc and Dally my naturai fuiuitie in sevyral sections IVlstmrL and AlUirheny I A Yellow Fever Case at Boston M my families partook of cold dinners its IVosTOS Oct steamer Arisag the out her in some sec Troni Havana which has been detained at liotm U is promise I that alter the 530 j quurantine with yellow fever on board is I ciy Toplay of atr Monday and when found oisiOQ of the interstate commerce Tne men are ail members of the local mission was announced yesterday in the j ioigi of tbe Brotherhood of Telegraphers casp ot George Rica asainst the Southern i recently here The walkoat i of ganns John T Bruh also returned wass literally Pacific railway company the Union Pawas caused by the discharge ot ten of the atempt of the Broth j 1 eel in the cific lUilwav company the Aichison Totheir memiwrs yesterday no reason bemg jrho1 payers to get repreeotanou in Fe Railway company and Riven for their dismissal This will badtle ntiriig ot magnate the town washing a turnaces are cut off i ply all private consumers pleniy of as from suia jjeing fumigated The steward who is ill will have ftiiitTthe fever has been taken to Col Island iv lioiNps Cremated O Oct ea Peter Rebolds j nndertiiini estatlishmauc in Fairmont was destroyed by tire yesterday morning Twelve horses were burned to death 112000 partially insureiL The Chinese endrrre chango cUniiite better than any other raca weatner STe May Jixpect MrASHrxoTos Ot following are ihe wtntixer indication for thirtysir h tirs from S p m yesterday For weather westerly winds For Michigan fuir weather winds For Illinois and fair wfiatli cn variable winds For narm feiji and SantaFi ithers in refsreace to the rates on petro leum and its products to California points as affected by the and short haul clsuse of the act to regulate oom The decision is ia favor of the railway lines and maintains the position that nuder the act to regulate commerce tney have a right to make lower at California water and terminal points on this kind of traffic to meet the competi tion of the water line without reducing i their rates to the same level afc intennei diftte points where no such competition exists i cripple tbe Western Union tor several days athey have been very short of op erators for some time Hoonler Noten Hititon was kile Mjniliy in tbe buckeye micie ncar by srarx aaotner Jtljrlnsr j fall of slate EEOECK Ia Oct Clemeai j George Coaper Democratic mother of Mark Twain is iying very date for congress in the Fifth congres iil at the home of her son Orion district ittddressed a large asseta ens in this city and her death is hourly blatB of voiers at the Opera house In Mar expected t Monday niebt irnn Eddy dead of the nlty of the University of i unmrer of houses ami b irus OHvr icreen bricks were lost in the ye doi the Hudsm rver Sun lay by ttsud n nigh lide n tile river whijh ibe brcks as they lay ou the WfYrfni Sacdtis and William ilartio planters liviiifr cmarDanidsvUle Gx met in the roail titurday afternoon aad began shooiiug at each other Result two Robert E Pattison Democratic candi rr OC Hity Ot tne LnlVeLilLJ Ui uao M cirr O T Ox 28The idea at the Roa Poly date for governor of Pennsylvania has ccitement in Arbackle mountains ia f c confe t Terre Haute worn oat ivarraata for the arrest of sev thntr leCUlllC COHCge 311 ierre naum j cr fair weather westerly Neur Orleans and the Italians OX Cirr Oct stajx abating Samples of the ore show that j nolhiug profitable can come of the i Passenger Conductor Mirtin V Ryan newspaper proprietors cn of as killed Mtlav at Kniehtarriifn hr criminal iibeL POWDER Absolutely A cream of tarter bakiur powijer of ail in 8 meat Beport Aup 171S89   

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