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Logansport Pharos (Newspaper) - November 1, 1890, Logansport, Indiana LOGANSPOBT DAILY PHAROS YEAH SATURDAY EVENING NOVEMBER 1 1890 NO 159 IOHN CRAYS CORNER ON rxu YOUK IJBCLE SMI Ch ps wtn Thair Livin F G Down tr waved them in the air MS lon4 as they uistLd Bnt Do one came to our asi siMiinvi unil all through the long night i we clinic to tbe yard growing collier nod stiirriiseacii hour passed Toward UyjHis Family beems To Be break a cold fug settled oa us and mude j Numerous niaturi worse When one of the men on j thu yard stid he heartl i by we nil Jmlloeil as as our numbed rpqrpRFQ R9 Wl nnn TF ITS FCiiP SCORE REPORTED liRGWNED ieLlitio WOU1 I permit us to Then a THEEE S OVxfi WUuOUUU Ub nd we were i bo t made nppcstraoce For LiJks Mfssos Chil Mn arid Boys Of ovcry rw knoxw that a koori K inrtiost and best ock of IJnrJfarwonr In tho fart of the State iti soii fit prices that no one OtOlidK LO OGt Jorno tit iiicfj as now Is tho 10 lo niako tho LAVS MiMKA KOlSK WM iN MVNAfiKH ONK WCFK NOVEMBER 3 Ami Saturltiy MuUnc len Comedy Company uVf mt Hpnrkiinu Monday liixlit the KranuL Jirnl liiitHfs by momiUis o tho totn Virif t ru Intro nfjil cNfVt Ny I liifiittui ulone is worth tho pr1 mlinisMoii Tlil is a fl attraction AT IO 2O 3O Cts ro of Ilny Nightly Cruni Kaniily Sutuniiiy fJRMTURE Tiifc LOWES r I biilUie llesi Workmanship 1 our SaUSrixiin M t e r i a 1 12tlt Drus Storfe lltstjst 2 It la 3 its a sure to chew it 4Jt safe 5 it 7 You w ike it t it skforittoTihavSnjit Tcirible Digester on a Clear Night j with a Smooth Sea ard Only S x Iviiies from Land J tnStciitnlitp nil y t Fiv After 1 i iif4 J MilCut ntlmriil null thtSurvi tiktn m buard the Hutubolt not Lave held out much longer could her o H Na Iy HVM an IIH v n ami jrnlmuly unHei uhooiier Tii uLht vai mo tn ahininif sea smooth aud the hour Sewn Inter boih vessels M of r ho sea iirl wilh u suik citfiiiynne of their and cruws hi these seven minuted u col lision urd lea li with the hid tikeu dart u scene had nrcnrred vvJiiijii Veil ltiu survivoiM not the details ot without stopping o make sure thatit is ail a horrible NltimH fit tin IliMittiiigurs Iottt AiiiiTil nil of the on thi Viz caya were lost Their Jiirms Henor Jaun Plro a pamier nf th inn of J M Ce Co or Nw York and one of the ow ncr of lhu lost rum ship M A wife anil son M Purr uud two ch Llren A Ruiz Jos AeaUmi Ramon A vii Jaan F lied man Oscar Nlam i Iel and M Garcia Tvlve of tho row f seventyseven woru ed from ihe steamship Tho futu of th i nw o mschooner is stilt unknown Tho Twelve Tlie first news received of the disaster in tti in city when the steamer Htim bfldt from arrived ai her dock in IlitKiklyn having on board the twelve survivors of the ra r strop be whom she had picked up at daybreak yesterday murtiint Capt Black of the Hurnbol It said that nt duybtxii his ship was off Utfht Sndiinnly from off tuir port bHv come a for help Pejriny in tint direction through the mist of the nrly morning thu njHcers of the Huni boldt saw i hive musts sticking out of tlie water and elinjn to yards and rig wort seen Quickly a boat vvis lowered and rowed to the unfortu nate people There were twelve of them to tlie spars aud their joy unspeakable when they were taken into the boit Kiimitt tho They all belonged to the steamship Vizrjiya and their nauic are follows Felipe is iirt olliwr Gabriel Costas ollieer first en giijeer lit Hico Sereay Carlo F Jttan eyj us Angel Leon Jose Mmdimm Ramon Ramon and P Arellano scam n Tinmen were chilled to the from their oxnoun lo wind nni and could have held out but a little longer Tliey iverctaken on board lie HnniliohU brouuh to this city and taken at u nee t i ho olUcof J M Ceballos o No iO Wall stroLt the owmr nf the V xtiiyi The Imtl received uf the cf tiiir vessel from the Maritime Kxchnnue hut Ji few minutes before the survvors walked into tie ofTioe THE DISASTER DESCRIBED Tlie limim ind BubAtiiient Tcr iiblc I was home time before the reporters could find a man who could yive a cou nseled aceyunt f tho terrible catastro phe aiitl Uie tmt thac of the stii vvor4 could talk no Kngiish nuult it murp d Fiiutlly Dr Kiuo fonnil and him tiie folio wing account was obuitied Every thiug was working nicely The weather was tine the mooijt tthouti and the sua was smooth it WHS aiosit 8 oclock when i WHS deck and look a few turus I sack atid forth while smoking an afcurdinuer I did nut see any vessLi tuar ui Tli ship in of Urst otncT who was oil tlie biiue I went down to the saloon ttieu and there met Mrs Cilvj sat down and ItLijiiti talk The Wisrnuis Cloafi anil the Crush Suddenly I lnar I tho gin bolow ridf5 he Bforo I could even wtntler wluit i was for there came rn sivtul shfk a crnshing souid on the ikLk over hfad and the steamer rolled well ovtr on hr port side K very body in the saloon was thrown down All wn ex citiTiunt men women and children shriek iii4 for lelp whar i hey didnt know Calvo seixy i my and begirt d so lind and savt heboy I tolil er 1 would I started up to the liyek c ilvt got our of tbe a terrible scene met my The bridge tietk houso and fore ail torn away tlure was a ijh ii he starboard iln just abaft the cfal and tiiis tie water was pouring in lo e by iiur beam our sehMner her bowsprit and fre njr tiirr UMU and hsr lovrs stove in wi it rapidly Mr here an I there nil U al kinds u cr iil 1 remember seomi th crcvr nf siimoiier d the same thina ou their vsel The next thiny 1 knew the ware WHS trakin over our decks Thti stm tr vt usi sinking With a wild idta i saving ourselves several of the crew tin i myielf sjritmbled up the port down went the steamer tip we climbed We reached the fcnvtraUant yard and jus ihoti the hull reacUed the This us just out of water but very swell wauid our There vrere twelve of imi l be van Some of our crevr had tried reach the schoouer but she had nintfs ai the Via caj a mid f we CAiuul tiot a Soul mt oureivei was in A Horror Theu iu Iop of utirnctiu the atten tion of some passing vesielor some one on the shore we were onl six unties off the coas we cut the tarred ropea oa the yard iato pieces a foot or two and AS SEEN FROM THE DECK The Second Account of the Col lision Frorr ihe second officer some more facts wenobtainetl He was on deck standing under the bridge when the collision oc curred lie said the steamers lights were burning ali right find the watch on deck at their jKsstH lledid not see taa schoon er until tlie on the bridge rang tiie to Htop At iha time he rang tu f op said Second Officer Covas Cipc Ounill had junt come from supper and was up ou tbe bridge Before he hal lime lo move the schooner struck us iiLr ioivrfprir and as far as I could see insfaotly killing Capt Can ill Our Jitfidvvty carrip1 us along anl that vriprit knocked down the bridgo housu and wfw covered by the debris and badly cut in the head and side of my neck I got out oE the tangle about the time the water commenced to run over the decks and thea I took to tbe rigging with I lie others Nourly AH Asleep Condoi one of the sailors said Chut at the time of the collision nearly alt of the Viiioayns crew were asleep being worn out the hard work attendant upon leaving port Only those ou dufy were tip nml about lie said that before the ot bouts could be taken oft1 to lowering the Vizcayaa were under water At thy office of the tompaiy but little informatioa coalI by ohtuiiitid No interviews could be had with the and rhos3 obtained gotton outsidt the oflic i Tlio Iost SteuniMhlp The Vizcayn was one ot the steaaiers of CompnniiL TransAtlantic She had jrs been overhaulefl and this was her first crip after being refitted She was of 3383 tons regiter 2S7 feet long and had ac cort modiiions for fifty passengers The whole cargo WHS vtilued ct 8150000 The vesI insured by tha owners She way MII iron vessel and formerly plied be twueu New York and Mediterranean po r ts Theories to tlio Cause Several thaories are nilvanced as to the cause of the collision but as none of the survivors ueixndiug to their statements miw the schoouer before she struck the it is and probnbly will not bi kiinwn jiiBi liow the afTair happened Ncventen Moro jhe tug rlercuks arrived last evening and ryporLs that it wan the schooiier Cor nelius which collided witli the steamer Axcaya olt Barnugat lioth ves sils sank j fat humt of len HiOii the Hargreave and ssven IIMJII ill1 Vycaya wtru picked up by the schnoiur U Davis mid were trans IVrnd ru tin1 Hercules WILL TEST THE LOTTERY LAW mists That It IiiivTiworth Titties I Print tlits Nows LEAVKNWORTII Kan Nov ing his proceeding of Thursday Post tiir Kitcitk1 again threw the edition uf Leavenworift Times out of the mi yeTitTJiy morning The puper was uuinailaljlu it reprinted tbe list cif he Uoiuaii Catholic fair raffles in ffiv an of the postmasters action i iMr ay TSio Issue To TSo Made Jjiwyef Lucian Baker the counsel of The Tinius company will probably mike thu issue hi a suit against Postmaster Hiichie that no law can forbid an Ameri Ctu to print the netvs Post mastcr General Wananinkvr sustains Kitehie und in reply tO t it inquiry wimpiy wired luii Yesterday ufternoon suit was lilid by 1 he Times in the district court Putt muster Ritchie fo And a Few Hundred Tliousand More That Are Not us Ciivcti 13 the Tirst Official How tbe Arc Jettlns dcut Comments on Tho 11 CITY Nov The cenaua office yesterday announced the popula lion of the United etaten as shown by the first eounS of persons and families ex clusive of white persons in Indian terri rorv Indians on reservations and Alaska to be iigures may be y changed by later and mom exaofc FLtiou but such changes will not be niaieritil In 3830 the popuhition was 50 355783 TIio absolute iucreuse of the pop ulation in thei ten years intervening WIH andl the percentage cf increase was In 1870 the population was stviterl as 38558371 According to these figures tho absolute increase in the de cade between 1870 and 1S83was 11597412 and the percentage of increase was 3008 Tlie ITUgaetut The bulletin announcing figures is addressed to Secretary NToble and signed by Superintendent Porter Itsays Upon tlielr rhese show that the populntion hns increased between 1SSO aud ISJO only more than between 1S70 1880 while the rale of increase has ap parently Jhjiinisued from 3008 to 24 57 per cent 1C these figures were derived from correct data they would be indeed Ji up point in Such a reduction in the rate of increase in the face of the enor mous immigration during the post ten rears wnuld argue a great diminution in the fecundity of the population or a cor responding increase in its death rate Alleged lor the Same These Injures are however easily ex plained the character of the data is understood It is wall known tbe Tact having bean demonstrated by exten sive and thorough investigation that the census of WHS grossly deficient in the southern states so much so as not only to yive an fexiLCferated rate oC increase ot the population between 1870 and 1SSO iu these states but to affect very materially the rate of m the country nt These omissions wore not the fault nor were they within the control of tn cQiiaLis The census of 1S70 was taken mirier a law which thesuperintetvl ent Gon Frnnais AMralker character ized as clumsy antiquated and barbar ous The ensut office had no power oyer its enumerators save barren pro and thU riijht was even questioned u some littlutlve Uimk of States Tbo bulletin contains a statementshow rehitlvu rank of the states an1 iftrritories in pipulation As in w York stil henIs the list and followed y Pennsylvaniii Oiiio aud Illinois have tiaiiged piacLM Of the other changes n the list tiie most marked are of Texas whinh rises from eleventh to seV nth Kentuckywhich dropn from eishrh 10 eleventh Minnosntn which rises from wen tysixth to twentieth Nebraska which rises from thirtieth to twenty sixth Maryland which drops from thiid tn t went veil th Colorado which rises from thirtyfifth to thirty Irs Vermont which drops from thirtv d to tliirtysixth from fortyseccmd to thirtyfourth Delaware which drops from thirly ciLrhth to fortysecond Nevada which lrop3 from fortythird to fortyninth aud Arizona which drops from to fortyeighth Tlic Popxilatioii by States Tiie population of tlie states and terri tories t geilier with increases since I8GO is placed us fnllows NOHTHKIIN CENTRAL DIVISION Nevada shows an diminution in population of 17939 or nearly X9 cent leaving t in population the smallest of all the states GATHERING OF FREETHINKERS atHl Inlldels Holding a Conven tion at 1ovtNittontlti O POUTSMOCTH O Xiv Free thinkers of this country and Canada met in convention here last evening and it was tlie gathering of the kind ever held in the Srates fr i ho first time in the history of the the riiUvays njade reduce 1 fir the event tliose preent art harlefi Watts of Toronto C Col G lnLersoM E M MiDjnaid Thadlen B Waterman of New inrk L K Wash burn Boston Dr Hiinritsita Ida C Craddnck Phi adelphia Nxm Fail Uve Fhillip sou Cincinnnt Cinm Judere Waite Mrs A Freemai Freeman S H Geer Chicagu uml W F Des CundenintnK W C T U The platform to be adopted declares in fnvor of tlie total sepHration of church and stfttr in fact ii form It declares that the National Reform assocation the American Sabbath union the Womans Chrimiau Temperance trnion and many ottitr are the constituttonil MVriy of ihe people and declares further that true liberal and patriot whether man or woman 3bouM aid in an effectiva op position to these nefarious Will Acitftte For will he decided upon for inagtt in support of lie following demands The equitable iaxaticu oj church proprerty in with other property the total discontinn ince of religious instruction and worship n the public schools and especially the reading of any Bible the repeal and pre vention ot all laws enforcing the Hof Sunday us n religious institution rather than au economic one the cessa ion of all appropriations of public funds or eel neat ion al and charitable institu tions of a sectarian character IN OUR mvs STATE U M B R El LIA A Closing Up 3 Work of the Campaign LITTLE BETTINGOS THE SESTJLT For liniiKfft Methmlii on the Turf NEW Nov Lortllnnl entertained leading turfmen of tbe country with a dinner at the Union club Thursday evening Among the guests were Van Urliit J B Hairgin Leonard Jerome Senator Him rat John G Heckshock D Wit hern L IjoriLIard and others ttiually wull known Incidental to the evenings pleasure there was an informal of a scheniu for the organiza tion u jockey club ManyMnthnsi rsfffc of race horses would iiko to have a club established the purprsfs of which shall he to promote hcHitst methods and correct existing abiiSS ni Ihe turf and for these purposes the club will be organized if the move meat is a success The Mistress of a VIKSKA Nov socalled Baroness vtm IVcki bus been tried and found guilty of defrauding hotel keepers and jewelers out of 20000 florins and escaped with a nominal sentetLcu three weeks hanrUoninent on the recommendation of Ki ig Charles of VTurtemburg The wo mans real name is Amelia Beck She Unias i hut ibe king U the father of her daughter aged 16 Both women receive ineorues from hU majesty but are not 1 lowed to live in Stuttgart The luothor s JUi years of age and is still very itui Supposed Suicide of a Farmer ToiivDo 111 Charles Eckert a welltodo farmer living near this place shotiiiut kULcd himself yesterday morning about 7 oclock He took a siotgun and went she said to kiil i hawk He WHS found by one of his famiy half an txour later dead with the contents cf his gun in riiii ear It is siippjed he coiu Are Duthiblo CITT XOT 1 The tre my il t pertinent has decided that a piotor dov intended for u gl glas tlou to a religious cducali oaai in MS a meuiortvl does not come the provision of tlie free list cou Leopold IJros Co Clothing Luck Sev eral Dolluru of Kven CHICAGO Nov commercial worldunit particularity tha clothing trade was Llirowo into a spasm yesterday by the failure of the Leopold Bros Co manufacturers of and dioakrs in wholesale clothing Twentysix confes sions of judgment were entered up against he firm in the superior court or sums aggregating and the estublish nieut WHS closed by Depucy Sheriff Burke vhiie the 150 and odd employed sorrow fully went home The TJitbt lilies and Assets The total liabilities are in the absence of a definite statement estimate aT the way from iKOOpOO to S30QOp3whie Uie ets are put at nominal T Uu firm did a large business but for eorae not yet explainoi has been strug for some time against insolveu money is given ai one caus of tfie rouble together with heavy expenses 1iie failure was foreseen only by the ninn xiy of ihe flrnj and the collapse came ike a th u tide r bolt t3 the trad The iouse is oue of the oldest if not tlie very shiest in the city having been eritahlisliod ago The senior membr of the firm is Henry Leopold who baa been rated as a millionaire Iivl nJf In 28 114 JMaine N 1 i Vt Del bcV VH1 W Va Ky Temi A hi rilJ4llKunpa NOHTfl ATLANTIC DIVISION Conn x jyiviaioir SOUTH ATLANTIC DIVISION SC1H71QI Jn 001391 21750 151 8t Flu 3HOi45 120942 SOUTH CKNTKAL DIVISION N M A T Ltui Deer Iu liriKi73 WESTERN DIVISION 13170 4lJ27 UtV1 0KXldabo 4iifc 9iMiCaia GiO7l 01701 i ClmrnctertstJc Features cuBning the elements of popula tion Porier rtxnarks that in the principal tfibleof bis bulletin the states are grouped a North Atlnntic South Atlantic North ern Central Southern Central and Wet ern and continus This grouping i a iiataral one and by the aid of it certain chn meterstie features in the development of the states are brought out The North Athmlic aectioQ is primarily a manufac turing section As a necessary result of the predominance ofmanufucturing there is a greut development of urban popula tion Indeed more than half of the in hnbifjiuts in cities The pre dominant industnr of ths northara con tnil states is agriculture although in many of these states manufactures are now HcqJiirhiK Tue indus tries of tlie south Atlantic and southern central feeturns are still almost enUrely agricultiitJil while m ihe western states and territories the leading industries are agriculture and grazing The Fleuros tor the South Iii regard to t be population of the southern states IJfe says Through the sou h Atlantic and sou t her u central states the rare of increase has ilimuiished nnl in most of these has diminished very mate certain reduction in the p ceutage of increase especially in the east erti part of this region WHS to be expected due net only to the operation of HEAVY FAILURE AT CHICAGO DESTRUCTIVE CONFLAGRATION h ill I co the 111 A in th Or asp of the CHICAGO Nov following has uecn receive I in this city PKORIA Ills Nov Fire started at oclock last night in Alcock livery stnble at Chillicothe Ills eighteen miles clistant and spread with great rapility nil Main street aud throughout the business portiou of the city aud is still raging ac this hour m The loss up to this time will ag gregate An engine and carl was to the scene of the con tion from this city Short in His PITTSBUKG Pa Nov Abel the confidential clerk oE tha H Harris Drug company is missing and hs ac counis are SlOlOO short For the past year he has lived beyond his means Har ris Co say they know where the young man is but do not care to prosecute Abel made n full confession before he left and turned over to the firm his house bold goods and other valuables This property will cover about onethird of the defalcation The Lynching Duly Accomplished 0ALTOS Ga Nov two negroes who had been followed fifty miles and caught charged with the outrage and murder of Miss Baker in Bartow county were the officers Thursday night by n mob and carried into thecoun try There is no doubt but their dead bodies will be found hanging from trees The body of the girl was found under a brush pile with her throat cut from ear to ear There were evi dences of a fierce struggle all around Left His FiiniUy in a Bad Fix JOLIET Ills Nov week ago E A Beatty of this city went to Chicago having in his possession a considerable sum of iconey and nothing baa been heard from him since Beatty left his wife and family iu straitened circum stances He has always led a ble life and his friends rMnk some harm has befallen him ceruinti vrorks of art but is dutiable at 45 ernl laws but also to the fact that there l2r cent nd valorem Tin ulier We Mtty Expect WASIIINGTOX Crpv Xor folowins are i iTcatlier indication i for thirty is h urs from S p ni ycterday for Indiana and lllinciis Fair warmer weather cIy winut bor M ithi O show ers winds Fur r fair weather southwesterly winds For varmer fair weather south orlj winds Ac a WuuUay scbool entertainment au Bound brook N J oue of the features n and dance by two variety girls in short clresses AU t tie ladies and mem bers of ihe church lefc the hall but the i jouug tuea saw the SQOST out The qnes tion shall the money 1 be accepted by the school f been coniderable migration from the itates eiuit of the Mississippi river o the westward and Imt little immigration Taken however these two causes by no moiins acowant for the reduction iu the rate uf increase in these states The resl causiii is to be found in the imperfec tions OL fcae census of lS70n He gives a table which illustrates the difference be iweeu tlte ceusiK returns of the pas thnv didovies A typical Instance South Cjujiinn where the percent of in create irom 1SCO to 1S70 was 3 from 1870 to IS80 u was 411 and from HBS3 to 1S90 15 iHeavy Vermont and Nevada arc two states that show a decrease iu popnlatiotx dar ing the ilecade Jtn the former there has been a tiiQioK absolute decreiase while Both Part leu Think They irtve Put iti It YVill Do the Oiod Ji t i liisune Another Hospital Hoosier INDIANAPOLIS Nov l the round up wtek of the campaign has been one ofunuual exert iou ou the of Ixvh of te ieaiiint political ecru mil rnl the of active work fiids both clainuing tle s Ue Thu cftinpnlgn has been nn exception in the amount of rnouey Blake1 ou the result for the first time B he Liistory of Indians luiefi n miny of Ciisequue vrill chtnye huuds u ter the election In the only bet Ilia is known to have beii made stiikei n the resiU iu tiiig county about a irumU ro A Jsuocrit to that thu presidents county irould return a Democratic majority and in a day or two the bet taken rolling tlie h parties have made ivhat they re gard as the most perfect poUs of voters ever luken in tlie state and1 while theie are absolutely tufaHf ie in indicating the relative f the paiIies they have brn depended uon ns guides iu the work of the and SiiiB ejcertions of each party have been re doubled in the sections where its poll showed that there cause to tear de fejiL As a result I lie 3Deniocrats hjve niade a determined effort to organize the party wolidly in the ten ot1 twelve coun tieii tlnt comprise the gas lelt and ihe Kepn 11 cans have been workinir no hsy in a number cf southern The ITrtrmers1 AIHiincu Voto CliiiiimMi Miohpucr c uise 1 nn neciimle poll of AHiance Hurrners to be made anl it was found that tliere of this class in the tate actively identified wifcb orgnoizatioTM As Jbu fanners have no state ticktt Michener dues not look for tifiin from that cliss for the Republican state t tkT bur rvpeois fieir JnflnencB to oXrtd nininlv in the V islnrive fights in the ch counties T e Uomocrars claim that tlie iarmers will divide us nyual on party lines and they expect io gain nither than lose on the s ute ticket by leasou of the fact that the Alliance hns no state ticket o lour Pants Bag at the Knee Of course they do and naturally you would like to overcome it Then SEreeEers Trousers Stretcher The only article of the kind that a tailor an recommend as doing the work thorough ly without injuring the garment T Q A ir Merchant J O Tailor Sole agent for Logansport Sent Exist SA FRASCISCO Nov from Alaska say the election for delegate in tho Uuited Stntes from Alaska has resulted in favor of Capt James Carroll of the stenmship Queen Such a seat doed not yet exist but tht convention recently held adopted resolutions asking congress lo accord Lo a seit in that body Thli Is Hustler CHATTANOOGA Tenn Xov 1 far week J K Cjuyer ti co mi lister i j ais who a so ruus siloon hi had a iively recordSunday moraleg he preached Sindiy afternoon hj ha1 his miil i full bbis Sunday hi baktiptir knocked a man iu the hcaJ in his prtscace Mjnday afternoon he broict a heavy teacup over his vvifed bead Miuday night there was a liveijrow hi house Tuesday he fired nt a tno anl Wednesday Le was before this re carder Did Not Hold the Conference LTSX Masst Nov stats board of arbitration came Friday bat thi proposed conference looking aettle meut of the strike of the morocco work ers was cot held owing to tlie persistency with which Mr Morelaad master work man of the Knights of insisteil upon being present HS he cunferenca intended to be a private one between workmen raanufacttirerdandthe board BEAUCHAMP DECLARED INSANE rim HjfCni To lie Taken to the In dttuifipnlis Asylum TJCRBE HAUTE lud Nov insun ty conimlssioa held an inquest Fri over Emery P Beauchnnip consul to Cologne and declared him in ile be taken to the nt LHtliintpoIia a Beauciam is tie nuin whccreated such n furore at linch N Y when placed under arrest or stealing a ride on a Nnv Yurk Central rain His wife aud children ara here ut will soon leave for home in Germany married her during his oiTi cial residence an Cologne SIe is a ivtalthy lady and of the nub lity The ex consul represented to her that he was a rat inan in this tbe earl of Warwick and immensely wealthy a act which leads to the belief that he lias been niLutally unbalanced for u number of years THEY WILL NOT STRIKE The Coal Conclude to Stand by Their Contract TKRIIE HAUTE lad Nov delegates representing all Indiana min ers were in session here Friday discussing 1e question of striking or not striking They thoughtof demanding an advance of rents per tcfln from Nov 1 to May 1 from both biock coal mid bituminous opera tors The bituminous miners have signed a 70cent scale until Slay 1 aud the block coal iriners have signed a scale of 7 cents per ton It is now claimed by some ihat the contracts were owing to mis representation anil thu nay that they are not by tiiym A vjtj upon ihe question of sinking taken ait the toweling nnn it decide 1 rioc to make a rtemiud for an iucreast nor tn strike Tie meeting then i ijourued Abuhed at Llio Insane Hospital Nov Johnson a woman about 25 old has been at tbe Delaware County infirmary for abjut four years bufc on tiie 25th of last August she was trimsferred to the Uichmond hos pital for the insane for medical treat uiut Sept she WHS discharged being pronounced cured out on her return to the iiirlnmtry an investigation reVfaleI the that she was black aud blue some of the bruiser pro iici ig running MiSi JvJhus Jiicuiniiti tslie was urucaily whippe with a by the at tendant for not perioriuiiig work she was They Saveil ftotue 31oney IS Nov The state fl year ctasd Friday and u number or the state intitutlo turtio I int the treas ury a part f Leir annual thnt was The asy um t timed iu of thnnnual appropriation vf The ussiituti for blind turne i in 1500 and tbe school for tut feeble miulud cliililren tTaO The Kouihifrti prism for tiie li time iu hisiury UNDERWEAR AMD GLOVES Largest Variety Lowest Prices DEWENTER AGAIN WITH SPECIAL PKICES OJI s Jewelry Silverware And Spectacles Use Hauks Glasses 25 years ex porietice Make no Broadway ID A HAUK 1890 lovento 1890 Su 9 16 23 30 17 24 4 n 18 We 5 Th 6 9 1 Q j A 1 i JLO JLri LO i Sal 1 Tints a tin ciut ciprar Im smoking Slid a dopartmeut clerk in reply to unkind remarks that had been made You might call it a seventeen or eighteen scent cigar without running up against any contradiction from me was the Post 25 19 20 27 Spek r Kel he li public ans ot rl mirt X Y yesterilny since die 1 LYMay it the nf Tiie re isa buran his Is u i L hul e tin deci rng the poput iin cf the to h OJ4S J54II The iMund house of thu J S 1 railway aystrm t Jiicksonvillo wis de stroyed fire Friday Lo I000 Governor Hill ira ie i spjenlj fortl Gnn ycstcniiy i i wllli tie voted much space to ihe jdicy of the governmfut with to ing sea II K Caner a youni rjulndelphia mUitiairij on tbe eve of his wedding gave his bachelor friemji to the num Inr f CLU a iareweil dinner which cost a covei Jornptfi Ie Paris came near being killed by TH linn bitvvtjei the cars Cnaca Thursdny He held on to the however train hands pulled li out oC his priloui positio i The OJjiw supreme ctiin hns that the of Cincirinaii bus Uie r ht to i n r l le new hoard of city affairs pioviderl for in the bill jut at tbe special session of the lefisl tture Millets famous painiirii The An gel whicl1 vas ptirchan d by ihe A rericin Art assochition iti ItjbO oiO franco to an unknown puretiaser Tlii Ilailvvay Ccnductori Iisu ranee as a iciitituu uf the United States find Caii i con ladntl its twoutytbiid aunuaJ c iivLMi i ri at Chattanooga Tenn Thuri dty O Bickiey of St Louis wad e ece 1 president Kunjril over tiie of Mr iiiuihvau Howe wbo married Ii diad Tuurs were held at Washington Cly Friday Tiie remains were taken to New York tor burial The wife of John acolortd miner nt tbe Bradford near Bir mingham Ala shot and killed ber hus Aand Thursday aud then trisd to kill berstlt Jealousy Thay bad been married but thred Tho lear Glrltu Ethel makes me feel sad to seo the trees Joeing tlieir beauty us tho days go by Imvc a sort of follow ing for tlieiu I suppose Weekly v Contradictory Kvldeiice ilrs P Kay ycrar htis butid ever leivin church Mrs D I hardly know wKit ansvir T toll liim And be declares lio Citizea Charies h arris u jy saw UVs luw at Kuiarnaxoo Mich tried to I e omu a cowboy himself He Me 1 a laso tu hii arm and got a lively colito she noose Thu colt ran awny iiMn Home distance and I I Ht MAHKtlo CKKCAGO Ct 81 tli bar I of trade today were n yt o November and AiJiy cfoMil irii o Xoverjiljcr oiwntvl Utvciiibrr ojenel 5 ite May oivjiuil and closed 4Tc 1 orkNovtmbcT rre 1 U May oimmM U Live to i UnioJi k ysunla tn i Htm aU heivy piuviu 1 tliprlni lot i inu raiT p rit ur ifc tiuj rreain iinoit IT 11 ili jwr Iiv auJ ipriuj 7c fCr turieyw J Jjuic tj Ciiijy Kif on sveisc otxtoe York NKW YORK Oct 3L Wheat No winter cash ilj Decvuiber SIJ9 do JamiAry Jvru Xo mix I dj November il iKOeniber do January Qn et casli 4A do br do iJeeciaber Dull mw uiet Xovemljer Deccm bcr tj Live Stxk fatte Trading dull and prices declinl V I W puoreet to native stcxrc SJ3J V Tex aDs and and dry cow teheep and Market eKady tLecp UO BS lamle II OKSMarket steady live hoes The Son Will CoLUMBCS ol Frederick nn Griwan diel Jjcre leaving ia caU to Vuk Grecz r Sieoiiicy wiim rr e I in iTily tj a CincintiKM v i iy sp i A STl XV MS f li III S IiC diiir u ot iijfi rtvivng a sz Ho and E B iMviuoi h Mr lltry T itr uf were married at Piyiioaiii Tin A pnrrat of the poet James Whit con b RilV hay corup e ei in ciiy hy K li 1 ik nfier years of in atuiii tenc work iitl in InI iriaipoiij the iile ness is thought tn ie Tbe uitMie will be to Itonie a few days hence for a brutjze casting ILe siiie couvetitior cf iha V Ii C A convener at RiLhmoiii Thursday c jroo i Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE A Cream of Tartar Baking Powder Found Sujperiorto all others in Strength and Leaven ing Power U S Government Report 1889 Chinese endure di better than any other raca f The ST Nov 1 is tbat s nee the rccesiori of he pref it txar Alexander III to tlia Jews have expeUel froui j I The First National U mk oi EdiyN j M capital has btru authorized to Delicious Rastiy
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