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   Logansport Pharos (Newspaper) - October 30, 1890, Logansport, Indiana                                LOGANSPOET DAILY PHAROS J6T11 YEAR THURSDAY EVENING OCTOBER HO 1H90 NO 157 JOHN GRAYS GO II C I SUNDER For LnaliS Mitssos Chil citon Mjfi and Boys Of Cvur M knoAS that iry t bost icJoi voar in trie rv pll I f tllO SUltfJ arid oi t prices Hifit no one j n is out Comoftt as nov is tho to rkj the charifio IT DIE ABOKNIN The Telegraphers Struggle for Organization X Ji NJM KNTH s niKiA TMt OCTfOSER 3Ipt nnt itnntin Dia CHAS A LODER rrtNrtiirori r Mfird MnuJy 0 Mr t niiljitr Muficul Absti r lilarity udlty a of irftit ffiincilifLrid i foriiiii IMOJI 1y KilwnnJ Crirfsifl KIK with Nv i E K HIMIJLIV W f Sr i iof lf l our J Punim tlrcic TI Siil in irilcat KlslillK fl ti witty DOIAXS ilIMl IIOtSK WM DIMAN M INAKKil MONDAY NOVEMBER 3 An I Sauinliy Holtien CouiBdy Company K repertoire Monday lrniuu uatitlol Sonus nml i iiiy rrof iiioiic i ru intru by lilt ill I nul ion PLAY NO Ctn Miilii SO CIS II rand family SUEEENDEB ALL ALONG THE LINE Tho St iina St Paul Drop for Their LUtle MiHj StiATneittt at 1oHt panes with of Aqree rnent Nost Convent Austra lian Tjiilior Troubles ST PAUL Minn Ocfc tele tfrnpli fctrike last ia an eaa j victory for the WHS tern Uaioa conapany Of the twentyfour operatori who went out on Monday il but four day hy company Two of the four Jmvt ofhur etnpi3nicnt and the two wore by the company in another city Thts men the old of to the brotherhood nnd bioorne inaioabers of no It K St InulH ST ioLis Oct Ba kei of the Union was waited upon morning by n committee of and gave them to stand that no brotherhood men would be retained in the AVctum Union company but if thty not to belong to the organizutini return to the flervku uf the company after filing their applications At a Hubsuqueat meeting of the mcinhers of the brotherhood it was decided that the grand lodge be notified of the resignation of the members of the order here ami the surrender of the char ter The SHiiuUm itt CUlcii CHICAGO Oct operators mot lint at Odd Fellows hall to dimusn the prusent situation and to initi al o several new members into their order Though the action of tho Western Union in at temptmw to suppress the brother hood hfis struck terror into Urn hearts of some of tho metnherH there seems to be no inclination ou Uie part of I he lenders to givo way from the attend at the nueting last tha brotherhood HOG seem in any danger of breaking up AH the inun dis claim any iiruntinn of striking thj iaifci aion of iuw members in on riiiotly but quickly and tho men claim that the agitMtim ha proved a great advertise ment for die brotherhood Still every movement of thw loaders appeals to be known to theofiiciait and the operators are quktly wauling dmvn in their old po sitions thuu discharged leaving tlie brotherhood and returning their places NO FEDERATION THIS YEAR Thw Lnoumntlvu Druthtirlionil Not Ye Itrndy to Jirii UUii Oct 30 At yesterdays scs siou ot tiie convention of this Brotherhood of Locnniotive Engineers the federation question was settled The convetitiun de cided to refuse coalition with the United Order of llailwuy Krnployua this year but at the same time did riot change the law which permits jiystem Tho executive body representing the s of each railroad system may at its option affiliate with other tion mvnihership is composed of firemen switch imn coiulticlors find tratn tuon It iy mferrud by the facts out hnfc there is a prospoct that federation will at the next national convention Hut Uniliviiv CltMlcs CLKVKIAND O Oct rep resonting the ra Iroad clerks cif D IiU Detroit Kansas City fcl Ijonis Chicago Cleveland and other important ra lioad centers mot in his ciiy ytsteidiy to form n fiitional or uui7it ion J H Ilntuui of Dtcuit was u cliainnan tirni Ur S Wilomnbo of on sicntary constitiuion tlis cussed proviiIfd that the organization should be known us the American Asso cintiOM of Kailroid f1rki to fraternal lenetljii I ivIatiuiH amons its iLiembcTt The In Aiistrnlht Oct re ports received Australia in refer ence to the great shijping strike are most disappointing to the friends of labor in England In fact neither side seems to be gaining any advantage but the un fortunate stvujmlu has vuiolvfMi itself into a fight between two resolute bodies of men and apparently wiTl end only when the funds of onu side are entirely ex hausted Thi strutrulc is us disastrous to Australia and Xf Zealand its a civil war would UttfrmhitMil to fialit It Out SvnxEv Oct Tii re thousand strikers nt n meeting declared In favor of continuing their sruggle The miners of Newcastle have delayed resum ing work Tnerfi WHS rioting in Adelaide caused by unionists molesting nonunion men The 1rkcrt WITO Only Fair Xisw YoKK Oct One of the largest auction sales of silk aoods was be gun yesterda tit Broadway The goods oi pitre the pro duct iou ot tue Ilicouix company tf PatersoEi X J Thu stock consisted mostly ol sunih silks The at tendance was quite and prominent houses in ail sections of the country were reprcstntel The obtained viriod from 3ii to cents per ynrd and were coni sulettd fair bfKCHALL AND HIS COLONEL Benwclla Ilrother Jfnvory Res at Woodstock WOODSTOCK Ont Oct vvell brother of BirchaLls victim wlio came here to testify at the trml lias for New York en route to England Be fore leaving he expressed himself as feol iug that Birchall must have had a corifedj in the crime He said that if Birchj ill could not say who it WHS who fired the shots that killed his brother the rnent should stay judgment until tfcte mystery had been cleared up They Evidently Want a Hanging The Jackson Mich letter is regarded us the elumsietst fabrication that Birchull iiaa yet put forth An examiuation of the handwriting and comparison of It with samples of Birchalls allows a very general resemblance between the tWD und in some caies a very striking1 like ness Among the communications ru cently received by Mrs Birchalt ia on Irorn an enterprising fellow who dedans willingiiBsjj to take Birchalla place u1 the hanging for the sum of The Colonel tit London LONDOX Oct made n Motleys hotel in Trafalgar square ia con nection with the BirchullBanwell mui der case recently tried in a Canadia court develop the fuet that aa America styling himself Col Lewis was a n that hotel during the month Januar last He was very intimate with Uirchal when the latter was at the borel but ta hotel people do not tUink it possible tha he could have been ia Canada at the tici of lien wells murder INDIAN DELUSIONS Mrs Weldons Mission to the Sioux Tribe BEE WASFING TO BITTING BULL Doesnt Liko To Be Sinarty MOSTHKAL Oct Mr George H Suveus who saw Birclutll Bnwell an the my Morions Colonel in London las winlir wjus aien by u reporter last nighl He rupijtted in substance what has ai ready ltiua printed ia these dispatches and uddeU believe that the Sniarty the Colonei refers to in his letter is my solf and it would give me great satisfac tlon to usaist in hia apprehension and t bring him to justice TWENTYFIVEYEARS A BISHOP Chicago Koman Cutholicsi Celebrate CHICAGO Oct The jubileci of Arch bishop Feehnn was celebrated by t lie Ro man Catholics of this ncrhdiocese jester with grent pomp and enlhusiixsm Twentyfive years ago Archbishop Feehan was Consecrated bishop of Nashville am to celebrate the event 400 priests many bishops in a radius of hundreds of miles and thousands of the hiitiy gathered at th Cathedral of the Holy name yesterda morning The first event wqa a proces sion of priests bishops and other prelates from the school building in the same block to the church which was packed and bore the archbishop celebrated mass and a sermon was preached giving a i tory of bis work At night a torchlight procession was reviewed by the arch bishop and other church dignitaries A HlesHlng from tho The following cable was received from Home Congratulations to tho archbish op Apostolic benediction to chjrgy flock Leo III Among the prominent churchmen present were Archbishop Ryan of Philadelphia Bishops Hennesy of Dubuque Iowa Chaturil of Vin cennes Ind McCIoskey of Louisville Ryan of Alton Ills Janssen of Bullti ville Jls Spaldiug of Peorin Ills Vicar General Gleason of Nush ville Tenu Vnther Walsh president of Notre Dame university The torchlight pro cesiion contained about 35000 people Trie Star on JJaliour roNoox Oct The Star likens fours visit to Ireland a deathbed re pentance tis to the efficacy of which there is a larga diversity of opinion In tbe judgment of The Star however it would be unavailing us means of finding grace iu the eyes of an outraged people and ut terly futile In any quarter unless accom panied by a full acknowledgement of sins com in it Led and performance of acts of reparation Mexico tlBtalintes with n KANSAS CiTY Mo Oct were received at the stackyards yesterday from agents on tlie line of the Mexican border stating that the rumors regarding the import duty of n car for cattle imposed by the Mexican government were well founded and that in addition to this duty the grain which it has been thy custom to ship in with the cattle was also taxed 30 cents a bushtl Another Victim of tlie Mafia LOUISVILLE Ky Oct Tuesday the body ot an Italian was found on the river front wvth several gashes in his head and a knife thrust over the heart The cause the death was a mystery until yester day when the police obtained a clew showing that it was the work of the Matin The victim it is believed was allowed here from New Orleans To Relieve the Uistress DUBLIN Oct Baliour chief secretary of Ireland is hastening the pre paration for railroad construction in the distressed districts oE western Ireland Employment for a vast number of laborers will be furnished and very many living outside of the districts through which the roads are to be built will be put to work HEWERS OF ObD HONESTY TOBACCO T1V T TASJES WILL FIND SWEETEN THANl TO BAyCCOS ViLL QJ ASK YOUF DEALER FOR IT AND NSSST ON GETTING T cJj JHO F15ZER BROS LoaisYiiie tj lo Women CISCIXXATI Oct Trinity M E church of tliiscity is the first churcn here to vote tbe of the elisi bilityof nitiifn us lay ilolegutes ti the iienifiil Miiftrence 1tie election was heiil TiKtilny mid resulted us fol low the proposition S3 for it IS Tie M votes cist represent a mem bersliip or no tlw Sllfe OMVMA Xb special from Olivot A Tnosilav rob Ivry efttcted in the Hutchinson couny at ilhis piice ID a smnH woctii drawer mis in cash and iu which wert anoihvr which tl lo otxn ThoujrlU lie Sighting the Track KALAMAZOO Mich Oct ngel 20 was struck by a Lake Shore train near Schoolcrnft yesterday and nearly killed The engineer saw him Iace bis head on one track as the train approached but he did not attempt to stop the train as he took Landon for a section boss who was sighting the track Michael liuvitt Is Inquisitive LoNpos Oct an article in the November nunibet of The Contecaporary Review Michael Daviu asks why exter nal help is aked or expected for Irel and when there are now in Irish bunks a fraction of which would avert starvation and the shame of asking alms Illness of Actress Julia Marlowe PHILADELPHIA Oct Julia Marlowe the actress who has been lying ill at the home of Col A K JlcClure in this city for several days past is much worse and all her engagements have taken In I been cancelled up to Jan 1 She is burguirs failed threatened with brain fever Tlie Keels kins Thfiik a Messiah Is Corn ling to Relieve Them of I lie Wlil Facts About the Beet Su gar Miles Views on Coast Thinks Are Go ing Too IFenneptii Canal WASHINGTONCITV Oct A Bland corresponding secretary of the National Indian Defense association haa received a letter from Mrs C Weldon of Sew York dated Cannon Ball N D Oct 8 in which she tells something of he peculiar religious outbreak among he Sioux Mrs Weldona letter is as fol lows I am on the point of going to Sit tiug Bulls camp My object in going to if possible defeat a great evil which ia ip read i tig with alarming rapidity among the Sioux Silting Bull told me about it months ago in strict confidence But now it is upon the lips of every Indian It is the belief among the Indians that a Mes siah is coming who will destroy the whites bring all tbe dead to life and make the Indiana once more powerful and rulers ot the laud Because the white people crucified him formerly he will a5v help the Indians and be revenged on the while people Slie Warned Sitting Ball When Sitting Bull told me of it I thought he had heard something about the Cbtistian religion which his mind did not fully grasp and I gave the concern little attention Oa examining further into it however I felt deeply concerned for the Indians I remembered having read recently of one Schweinfurth living somewhere in Illinois who professed to be Christ and even shows the marks upon bis hands and feet where years ago ite was crucified I told Sitting Bull and warned him not to be misled by such im poaters Will Defy the Prophet JMtttowauuahTakatH Minneconro Sioux hey say is the prophet of tho Messiah And all who do not believe in him ho kills either quite dead or brings them to life again iu two days The believe u him ami fear him I am going to insafc him and defeat him if possible I have repred a long speech for the Indians in ivhich I enter into every deruil of this subject and I hope to convince them of heir error To prove to thtm that Mato wannahTaka has no power from God to till whom he chooses I would meet him ace to face and tell him I did not fear iim I intend to speak most earnestly to the Sioux THt BEET SUGAR INDUSTRY Factory Bntterwortn of Ohio was married yes terday afternoon to Mr Hauglnvsnt Howe am agent of the department of state at ube Friends meeting house in this city Tbe ceremony was performed in a sick room as Mr Howe had been suddenly taken ili on the eva of his mar riage Frank Jiatton Getting About WASHINGTON CITY Oct Frank Hat ion editor of Post who has been seriously ill for several months has 5ufficieotiy recovered to go out and Tues day be maide a brief visit lo the office of The Post lie will go south soon as an aid to his permanent recovery HOOSIEB AFFAIRS The New W C T U Indus trial School ENTERTAIHMEITC BY THE DONOI of A Appointed ClTT Oct Windom has appointed J K Moore of 5t Paul Miun cbief of the appoint ment divLsiou treasury department to Bncceed T E Byrnes resigned Appointed tn the liedAklnt OX CITY Oct YrUBteeB Elected aud Managers Important to Cities Tliut HaTe Fire Depurtme lor ItlKTHmjr A Dunlapa TiUe ScHoolraarm Missing The Presi dent Not Coming Home to Vote IIXDIANAPOUB Oct Oct Tuesday vras a great dny at Hadley the Quaker village four miles west of this city Ad dlson Hadley and Martha Jane his wife n welltodo couple just past the meridian of life deeded as a free gift to the Womans Christian Temperauce uaiun o r of Indiana a fine farm of 110 acres to be Bans of Tomanavrk TOIS yesterday I J usiKl as the location of ppoiuted sijMrinteulent of the le OI industrial inee Indian longing business at Green I 9chQo1 for 1 he only condition im Bay Mich ELAINE AT SOUTH BEND accompanied coming into town Is tinSultan SatUfleI Out Fresman e of the British south African squadron has captumi Vicu and burned the towu tt the icrouml Only three men were woiinilrii on the Britisis in the at tack TC111 Bnild to Sale Lake City DENVER Colo Oct President Ca ble ot the Rock Island road stated yes terday tha the building of an extension of the Rock Island to Salt Lake City was among the events of construction likely to oon occur Withdrew in Fairur at TopfiKi Kan Oct Scott Democratic candidate for congress in the Sixth Kansas district yesterday with drew from the ia rnvor of W A Peoples pnrtv or Farmers Alliance candidate Slack to His Innocence PEKET Ga Oct Thomas Woolfollj who was hung here yesterday for the mur der of all his fathers per fervently on the scaffold and declared his innocence in his invoca tion He left a written statement as a dyinst declaration of his innocence Encouriijilnfj Ucports from the lit Grimil inland Nell WASHINGTON CITY OKI ot jeet sugar buve been receive 1 by the Sec retan of agriculture from the Oxnard actory it Grand Islnml Neb together with reports lo ihe effect that everything it Hie factory was running smoothly and hat the quality of the heets was very satisfactory This report is very encour aging to producers of beets as their value s increased ia proportion to the sugar they contain The Capitalists Satisfied Information has been received at the department that the cKpHiliats interested n the factory at Grand Island are so horoughJy satisfied with the ivsults at ainedso lha they have decider to Hiiil two more similar factories As hese enterprises represent a total cash uvesumeut of 41000000 this decision At orda a very gool indicati of the coufi ence felt by tha gentlemen interested in these factories A lif15elt at Kret Land samples of sugar have heeii received at the depart ment from parties to whom seed was fur isheil last sprinar and the analyses made of the samples so received indicate very conaiderab e belt of country in vhich the sugar beet can be cultivated vith the utmost success for the purpose f srtgur making The increase in beet ugar produced in France and Germany ast year over the year previous exceeded n amount the entire Cuban product of past year We spend about 00 per year for imported sugar and mo asses GEN MILES ON COAST DEFENSE He Evidently Thinks Arbitration Is Good but Preparation Is Hetter WASHINGTONCITT Oct Gen Miles in his annual report gives a good eal of spaco to the subject of coast de ense which is ii hia opinion the most mportnnt railitary question now before he people of this country and there ap ears to be less information on this sub cct and less interest taken in it than in ny other national question The rapidly creasing wealth in tha great citias of he Atlantic Pacific and Gulf coasts only erves he says to court hostilities on the art of foreign powers The belief that 1 international questions can be settled y arbitration is good in theory bntdan erous to reiy upon There seems to be mistaken belief the general says that n case of threatened hostilities ample me will always be given to prepare for ar Will Take Twenty Tears At the rate of progress we are now making he believes that it would re uire fifteen or twenty years to put our oasts in proper condition for defense n conclusion he recommends that the tes required for coast defenses and not Iready in possession of the government e secured without delay and that one jurth of the appropriation required to ace the coast in proper condition of se urity be made every year for the nest our years The Hennepin Canal WASHINGTON CITT Oct 30 Capt w Marshal engineer in charge of the ork of constructing the Illinois trad lississipni canal known as the Henne in has submitted a report to the secretary of war giving his views on the subject and inclosing estimates and plans f or carry ng ouc the will of con gress The appropriation of 8500000 for months au commencing the worfcjwill be largely ex pended on the Rock river dam Work is expected to be begun in the spring May Lose Ita Postal Facilities WASHINGTON CITY Oct Wihit Seld the first assistant postmaster gen eraS has given inslraccioni to the post office inspector it Chattanooga TentL to at once proceed to Turn Ga where it ia reported a lawless mob has control The ire in telegraphic clia patcnes otue department says that hs was obi ged to clossi up the office and seek saf sty elsewhere It is more than probable that Tarn will lose its post office Ben But tenr Drills WASHINGTON Cm Oct Mary Butterworch diansthter of Representative Xhe Premier Talks to the Hoottiors About Politics SOUTH BEND Ind Oct Hon James G Elaine ircached here at noon yesterday on his way from Chicago to Washington City Atte r partaking of luncheon at the residence of Mr James Oliver Mr BJaine accompanied by Hon Walter Phelpawas driven to the town skating rink The rink waa filled with a large and enthusiastic crowd of South Bent andGoshenpepublic ans who loudly cbeared fr Blulnewhen be appeared ou the platform Mr Blaine spoke fur about hnH na hour His speech was confltidd to thu tariff reciprocity and Indianas greatness as a lighting utate both in the war and in elections The Reciprocity Question In speaking upon reciprocity hede clared that the United States had acted against the South American republics in not admitting their goods free Xow he said the Republican party proposed to give them a market in this country and secure a market in their country or our goods The policy ho said would give the farmers of America in two years a market of 35000000 people He closed his speech wit n tribute to President Harrison Immediately after the meeting tlio party proceeded oq their way to the capital gpeukur at Milwaukee MILWAUKEE Wis Oct Speaker Reed was given tin ovation In Milwaukee last niuhr lie talked for an hour at Schluzs park to an audience approxi mating 5 OJ t enpe fie confined his re marks to the tariff the force bill and the rulings of himself as speaker He left later for Michigan where he will make several spyeche LIKE A RETURN OF THE DEAD Woman Itetivvuti Lost Point Fire Found by Hur Husband MONTREAL Oct Last May when tue Longue Point Insane asylum was burned it was believed Unit over 100 peo ple were turned in it Many patients escaped but it was supposed they had all been recaptured Among those in the asylum but missing was the wife qf Amadee GauthLr n farmer of St Laur cut It Vias thought that she luul been burned Early Tuesday morning Gauth by a neighbor was with a wngon load of produce when they saw a woman lying beside the road They roused her and asked her whtitshe WHS doing there She said she was bunting for the road to Sr Laurent and had traveled for many weeks mentioning jlacex she had visitfd iu lower Quebec 209 miles from Mon treal Ganthier asked hejto get into his wngou and he would drive her to a hotel further on She Was His Own As sho stepped into the wagon he flashed his lantern into her face and dropped it with an exclamation almost of terror The woman hii had found was his wifewho he suppoel was dead and whom he had not seen for over eighteen months They drove her home at once where it was found that she was half starved and nearly dead with cold She is incapable of telling a coherent story of her wanderings since her escapefrom tbe asylum fire but her sufferings must have been terrible as her feet and limbs are blistered and sore Tharu is great ex citemcnt in the villape over the affair and the simple people look upon Mrs Gauthiers return as a miracle She will not be returned to the asylum posed by the donors is that the Christian Temperance union shal have in hand a fund of not les than 3000 by Feb 1 ISS1 with which to erect and suitr buildings for the school Over ffiOOO is already subscribed and thera will be no difficulty in securing the cash sum by the time The formal transfer if the property was made tne occasion of i celebration avid jubilee A Gerierul Invitation Mr Hadley sent word o the Womans Christian Temperance union leaders to come from all over tha state and bring their friends Qhey need not bring lunch baskets he BHH as he would see to all mutters pertaining to dinner himself Ii waa the original plan to have the celebra tion In the grove on the farm and with that view long tables were constructed When Ihe visitors arrived they were taken first to tbe grove where they shivered about a huge bonflru for awhile Then all repaired to the comfortable brick schcolhouse in the village and there the exercises of tho day including ths fine country dinner were held irustceu of the Xew School A board of trustees composed of the following persons was appointed ta con trol tbe property Mrs Mary E Hag gairt Indianapolis president Mrs L M Beck Bloomington vice president Miss i E Peed Indianapolis corresponding secretary Miss Alicd V Hast ings Richmond recording secre tary AJiss Mary G liny Indiaiiap Dlis treasures Mrs J B Nichols Indi anapolis Mrs Caroline Edgerton Dun retb Miss Mary Hadley Bloomington and Mrs C C Hodgin Richmond Scone fif the Enterprise The purpose of tbe Womans Christian Temperance union is to make tbe Hadley chooi moat comprehensive in its acope Instruction will be given not only in all kinds of house work and sewing but in small friit growing floriculture garden jug dairy work poultry raising and Dther farm pursuits adapted to women The school will oe open to needy girls from all pars of the state free of charge and girls who are able to pay will lie ad mitted upon the payment of a small fee OF INTEREST TO CITIES UMDERWEAK AMD BLOVBS Largest Varietj Lowest Prices DEWgNTER DYKEMANS Fearless Bread Party Cakes Wedding Cakes i Good Meals Pure Candies Lunches Etc Old Stand WITH SPECIAL PRICES OS ABBREVIATED TELEGRAMS cases of la grippe are reported at Carlyie Ills It costs 53025000 to run the Xew York cily public schools for one year United Slates Minister Lincoln has left London for the United States returning to his poslia January The first snow of the season fell at De troit Wednesday It was very damp and melted as fast as it fell The Farmers and Traders National bank of La Grando Ore capital SSOOOO hasbeen authorized to begin business Thirty Armenians were arrested at Con stantinople Wednesday charged with con spiring against the Turkish government Two meii been arrested un der the cruelty toanimals law at Scran on Pa for trying to force a mule to drinc Mis i i zij Plielps a society belle of Biughuiipion X Y worth J100000 was mai ritrI there SVednesday to William Slaitfcrj the family coachman Simon and Alice Sadler refused UMiy in ihe riots trials Wtdtieday when called by the crown a id wtre committed for conempt Xurris Waits son of an English capi ultst was shot through the groin Wednesday while out near Cum berland Gap Ky by some unlcuown per on Tbe ship on which Capt John Orth fcrnifrrly Archduke Johann Salvador sailed ircm Montiviueo nearly four supposed to have been lost Over Poles and Gallicians have emigrated irom to within tbe last six months aind double that num br would have sailed if allowed to by government At tbe conclusion of the base ball cham pionship game at Brooklyn Tuesday it was decided to the remaining games to next spring oa account of the Had weather Kronberg castlj once tbe residence of Martin Luther has Ibeen purchased by toe Empress Frederick who will convert ill into aL institution of charity in memo ry of her husband The customs officers at Xew York Wednesday seized a number of tickets in German lotteries that bad been brought over as baggage on the ground that the lick ess were immoral A Decision Rendered by JJucl ge Greulmm ia n Pvtent IsDiAXAPOLls Oct decision of importance to a large number of cities throughout the country was rendered by Judge Gresham of the federal court Wednesday in the suit of Walter te Oi ters of the pity of Terre Hante charging infringement of patent in ihe use of the Bragg firealarm device The invention consists of a gong and a contrivance that unfatteus Ih e halters of the horsesi and drops Ibejaarness upon them by electric ity when an alarm is sounded Several irears ago Walker Olters purchased ihe right to make und use the device in In iin Ohio Illinois Michigan and a number of other states and introduood it into anumbtr of lire departments A Nice Little 11111 to Pay The owners ihtn discovered that with uutauthority from tbe patenteethe de vice was used by nearly every cily iti the Union having a paid fire department Suit was entered in 18S7 to enjoin the eity of Terre Haute and to recover and Judge Gresham Wednesday decided in favor of the plaintiffs and appointed Master in Chancery Fiibbnck to iiivdsti gate and fix tbe measure of damages due by Terre Haute und report to the court Suits will now be filed against every city in which ihe invention is used Walker recently offered to allow the device to be used in Terre Haute permanently for 56000 Munon to Build More Linen INDIANAPOLISOct telegram from Jfcw York says A special meeting of the stockholders and directors of the Louis ville New Albany and Chicago Kailivay company was held here yesterday for the purpose of taking action on acquiring addiiional property and extension of lines It was voted to support the pres ent management and to extend the lines of the company to the coal fields at Bra zil and also to Evanaville Ind thus forming a St Louis connection from Louisville The company will also spend considerable money in extending the ter minal facilities at Indianapolis Juries Are Incnmprehcnalble ANPEBSOX Ind Oct John L Shi dibler formerly of Cincinnati O has been arrested hy Deputy Sheriff Campbell njpoa indictments returned by the grand jury charging him with perjury and bigamy Several months ago Shideier who naar ried a woman in this city whJe his fiirst wife from whom he never divorced was still living in Cincinnati was arrest ed anii tried in the circuit court at tbia place upon the charge of bigamy Shide ier was acquitted although he swore upon tbe stand that he had a wife living at Cincinnati A To ung Woman Mi INDIANAPOLIS Oct of Miss DDllie Wilson a schoolteacher of Dun lapsville Ind are greatly distressed orei her unexplained absence from home cilice the ISth inst when sha that she bad snvrd It is alleged that she was seen Tuesday in this city on board a train haund for Chicago Ihe fact that Miss vVilson had received attentions from D W OKourke now said to be living in Cliicago lurcishes the only suggestion of a cause for going there Swell Wedding at tbe Capital INDIANAPOLIS Oct There was a brilliant wedding ceremony Wednesday night when F L Johnson of Chicnci and Knnnle Prttersoa were marriei bjJSeT C A Van Anda in the presence of many tori ted gnorts was held at the home of the bride which was lavishly decorated with flow ers evergreens and feran The briars gown was of white corah ilk bedecked with diamonds After an eastern wed ding tour Mr and Mrs will lo cate in Chjeuro AGAIN OS Jewelry Silverware D A HAUKTht Jewtltr ud flptiriu And Do lour Pants Bag at the Knee Of course they do and naturally you would like to overcome it Then Sensible Trousers SErefccher The only article of the kind that a tailor can recommend as doing the work thorough ly without injuring the garment I S C R A I P Merchant O Tailor Sole agent for Logansport for Infants and Children is so well adapted to children that I Cartorla cnrea Colic recommend itajsuperiortouny prescription I f omau EncttUon tti Arai iL D Ol So Oxford 8t Brooklyn N Y I Wltbout Injurious THI CKSTAUR COHPAKT 77 Strwt S The Latot of the President INDIANAPOLIS Oct dis patches passed between District Marshal RatiBdell and friends at Washington City yesterday and late Wednesday evening he announce1 that there w3 now no probability that the president would come home to vote a proposition directly oppo close site o the statement made to a number of gentlemen Tuesday to Build a Hall Oct The nine Knighs of Pythias lodges of this city have united in an effort to build a mag Bificent lodge hall nnd a canvass Wednes day reimlted in securing a suiscription of ftOOOQ It is believed that f COOOJ cau be raised vrithin a week and he building will be erected at once THE MARKETS CHICAGO Oct tt en the board of trade were on followi Wheat So 2 November opened HolJi December opened f cjose l May opened closed JlS 2 October opened MAC ciowl ffic December I ilay oixne1 closed i October closu I December opened and tlosc1 43Mc Mmy opened 7c opened anl closed Ir Jauiiary opened coftel May opcoei and closed opeoei closed S6 5 Live stocfc yards and prices euy late line cf jtstcrday Hiht 4iSJ roujrii packing S3T03380 mixed flTO ig410 lcivypacking and lota Ilooflier Jiews Tommy Miller of Indianapolis has signed articles to fight Tommy Warren for a side at New Orleans Xov VS W II Owen Republican candidate for congress from the Tenth district ad dressed a larire meetin at Hummoud Tuesday night Suow fell at a number of points in the state Wednesday Congressman Martin addressed yie peo ple of Wabash Tuesday night The Democrats of Peru held a love feast Wednesday at which the speakers were Hon J E McDonaldand John W Keat ing A a bcartt lu C olorado DESKEB Genera Is holding the state troops in readiness to rush to the front if tne depredations of the Ute Indians in Houtt county continue The Utes are growing more aggressive daily and the settlers are alarmed s Accidentally Shut br an Unknown i McjiEitLr Mo Oct of St Louis was ziccidentally shot and killed in a shooting gallery yesterday by I a pistol iin the liamlti of another man who and is not known A Big Thief Captured TOSOSTO Ont Oct Losse wanted in St for stealing from GD Latch Co was arrested here Tuesday night and left for St LoaU in charge of dctectitres TSank Destroyed bjFire 3ELLETILLiE Kan Oct night firs destroyed tha First Xational bank building and the Phiilipe bloct 1 osa SoiiOOO psrtiaiily insured It is that the coal miners the cprinsfteld Ills district will strike Nov 1 for an advance in vrill be a violittioa of the agreement with tbe operators made Ma the lrtKiuce per cream UiJ21c flneat Candle 1 of 20 doz Live ben and cprinx chickens Per S aoclu 8J4c to fancy per bu WfaconsintaiTOc sweet potatoes WiUJ per bbl cookioc per bljl eating K New York Nzw VOBK Oct it 2 red winter cash do December tJOS4 do January do JUiy il12Hi 2 mixed cash ilo November KtJic An December do January 2 cash 9o do No December We Rye and and unchaogisd Live stock steady for me dium to prime offerings but weak for com mon steere to best naflve tteen I 2 173 y 100 Texans O3JJI aad dry cows Sheep and Lam Sheep firm lambe a shade h r tbisea m Kt Lambs Market dull live hogs V KC IN POWDER Absolutely meat Beport IT LM 5355   

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