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   Logansport Pharos (Newspaper) - November 3, 1890, Logansport, Indiana                                LOGANSPOBT DAILY PHAROS 16TH YEAE MONDAY EVENING NOYEMBER H 1890 NO 160 JOHN GRAYS jo billKv AttiUVAL CORNER ON The Irish Editor and Mew York Party at Kor dren Lcitiios Missos Chil Men nnd Boys Of course ovory ne knovs that wo ROOD Tho inryjst and best Stock of Undorwear in the north woslorr part of tho State arcl soil rst prices fhat no one pretoriclF to Come u as now is the tirno to ninko the chanfio A STATELIEST TO THEAlfEBIOAffS that nppiy to IreJand Sec laud Jim ihat wili be enforced in Irej land as thiy are enforced and ol eyed in Great Kritatitn long as I hold thy post i f cliiif sMTiary Miry nutim fli 4y Wanted f from Ti and lt Iro i liy the r IHItic Nut Cliiir D ONK Mlli WKfcK MONDRY NOVEMBER 3 Holden Comedy Company PLAYING AT IO 2O SO CtS Mati FURivlTURE PKICES TlIE LOWEST Our Designs None lint tliu Bust Workmanship Allowcil to Leave our Siilesnwni IV Henderson fi Material 12thSt Drue Store ulitHirH CummiTiti on AlttirJit i uns ai to f tin IVopla Nfcw YnKK Xov OHicn M K iHid his wife Jnhii Dillon M P T J rMiliivan M P and bis wife and Timothy arrived bore yester day morning on thu stenmor La Chami itisf A toreptim coMnnUtte nprvsnt Ltiitcd Irifch micirriM of New accompanied by sevtMJil hunlred n io Irih soficlrcs it Kit t IHMII at Upon the arrival ul n nreept ion was held n her rk and ir the visitors Wire driven MtultUMMHI to WclcnniH Them Tinparty had srarcily rcuclied tho ho when jnvfiiinr Uiil calUd upon them warmly welcomed them to nul states expressed Jits heary y tin1 they his nnnn to t FK address of ihit had biMMi by the Ma1 Grant nUo caled n iiufMirs ir t those aud also hirf MV Why They IHt Irfiliintl thu ifpristntHiiviM of the presi Mi ivtaied 1 lit detisiiM of capis f PI ni Ireland Hu jiut Imard d i yiicnt for Franco said thai he nnd his conferees the Crip in long ay there vas any of their briny able to it America in the interval bilwteu h it the was delibunaely a way the interval ami as iom us hat became evident nc came away OltrifiiH StatiHUMit the Kditur OBiun tin1 prusfiwith i statement tliat wfHitd occupy about hnt of spjite the points of li are That ihu Irish parry oE count ry is abso uioly a unit I hat huru are no difficulties far as ihtit is a lit tlmt t hi peoptu are as leader f tmfc tiie policy of the loveihimin i hurry evietifJiis ai to uld KI ihe buileus luajjftia and ebv hniikrupt ii tta t lit purpose of 1 Ippir tcy piosiCtitious was to pre tht rrtii nr ami iiicotupauioin from ing t nis ry o raisti funds and that the latler left lo htilUj that purpose they liavt thyh li y will an I t ntdicine The SluulowiiiK Syrttcsii He tlivw n graphic piutnrB oE leaders avo sha inwed morning Kfr liptrary t lu1 MJvial giivcnimerit t nin feidy ux with the pasenjtL1 train to kiep an jyc on them Yet ho ttinl his fuTy wa liy out of their hnUds ani niade no at tn conceal htnislves they Left fur France Utxuiis in the dis tingnihed lie rfCinved franco and wiiat tie has airomiy received lere as showing that tiie lititish nent in condeiuned b11 l lu two re piiblien He says that wUhiu a mouths fHinilits have been evicted 1 rluiid in I no vonI stcon iiMiuli in tharacieriz hii ielestation of ie hi a i fmicijue Uiit ir j iiiivly in the inteiirs s of the Ills Ohjtft Tin nbjvir of i h1itiUioit IHTJ is to money to h dd lhw Irish ranks uti kiL Uttil n election uhic 11 come u tvo yeirs and in atijiiniut lh purpist ti ted tinLory of Irisl sitry of 1 ippiraiy ot ttu evijiions v what h elaims o blil fours of fe Cnftr inio MI lmio ti liie ex tor Ions of the laiidiDids ftimision in iiot tn riiiai nullify whose crops htv failed l tlm neis8Hy Uu liny uil take tour of lcj their the way iny that Iri ad Thiik Ic Would Popular Iosnox Nov U was stated last ovfiiiaLf Jii of a leading min inrait that oa tlie day of the can in csion of parluinteiit Queen Vic tor t he rtconiTiientation of Lord Salisbury will IH an net of grnce grant n cndiCional ilicharge to all the in fti SPB tenets fur ticipation in the earlier Feni an move merit 1alfour has more than oiKt txjrsed i he opinion that these mia rnn were injsifla compared with Nittionaltwt of par in OKut espe Lla ly Hucrj rmmlmrs aa OBreu and Dil lon ii IM it med by Tot ies ihat such an of the royal prerogative would f xipuhir in ireluml AGREAT TEMPERANCE TEMPLE h C T U SI arts Now In Process of CoiiMtruution Nov jnerestin event ok placu in this city Saturday being the iyinjg of tiie cornerstone of the W C T biiilfliiit at the corner of Lasalle and loruOL sirats Miss KrancU E Wiilard mistress of ceremonies and on the huforin with her were Mrs T B Carse liss Hood and many other known ir dieir work in the temperance ud iin Carttr Jl Harrison and other LntltJinjii Tho LlrtlH Sang A preUy feature of the ceremony was he preience nl 2000 children who irtnrird to tlit Hpor und gathered around incorner Tiiia the choir and it it HJ tlise and The Sa 1ji Miift Go with nnctioi Miss hfnichisi tlnisiivtr trowel and wus in tliw by Aliss WillarK Tiie time hi liie largest ever laid in this cily iiiisMniiL seven bv seven feet and threj ct Miick On the LaSalle street side ill 1 e chisehd the legend For God and H line timl X nive Iand Before the ue wa laid an immense audience here I in the Second Ileyiment armory tit 1 to Aljoiit tiu Uuilili Tinbnildinx wdl iio fust twelve r ei hiLih It will cost SI 10000 and rhtlot H leased for an annual rcnrai of per annnni Ir is expected that he etc m tlie building wil bring i a vearly rental of inJOW will be c mpel in Xliy i80J and is inteiukd ih Worlitat home of temperance or connecwed with the W C T TERRISiE TRIPLE TRAGEDY Another Account of the Collis ion Off ESarnegat IBS TATJLT WAS THE SBEAMSHEPS THE FINANCIAL EXHIBIT i THE STATE BUDGET SEOEETAS1C NOBLE IN THE LEAD A Farmer shouty Two Htockmmi ST PAUL Mi n n Nov 3 bloody tragedy occurred here last evening in cluding a double murder followed by Um suicide of tiie murderer Hen jam in F Hoery and U K Jr are dratli ifs in ihe eommiasum business and some of thiii cattle strayed into mcad to a farraur George It ljst evening 1 iic Rogers hroihirs nftni1 thiir cuttle and a dis pue aroj hei tiiem and Hoburlge over ho ownership of seveVal animals flu1 rpiariid Lfitw Knbordge to his home aiul returned wlih a doublebaireJiLi1 loatled with he iivd BALFOUR ON THE SITUATION MuUts ti stuLfimut Hi Tuwr in tHf DlItiix NOV A Hiltiiir hnre Kraiay When c tioneil ivizariut4 iiH WfSeiMi ttnr lie iu subtaniv My iLtiif hut habee a Vijtiliy hi suiuv itt I say cordial but nu beiieu than i aaricipatiil from what 1 knew and bl yvud uf the Irish peopu whoss char rtitir 1 am ifar from beiisL n pre sented by ihe me t whom Mr Pimull has to tueai and btit a ct in lurativily sin ill portion ot them I Shots ih1 trot hers could n1 treat lietijamin literally blowing olT 1 secoml Imrrel uas din at William fatally wounding he neck 1 bnast the iun anl iviinny to b irn hnnelf of coat hat and shoes inuxzie of tbe gun haaeath puilBl tlic triier with his toe and blew off tbe top of his head Siivd by H Silver Dollar iAnrsnniCf W ilftss son of lion Jhn Bisiei opened Claik burTukgriLin when he met him i jc yrieft 1he first bnilot struck K charts ovtr the vest puucer but was U ihcied by a si ver dollar which tituloitbitsiiy thu editors life The hitur 11e i sliot UaNsei in the back fatal ly iuinJiiii lim The trouble yruout uf vditunnl abuse of Hon John What tltn Senujnil Sllaie of the Schooner Her TJjglits Uurn iiig nnd ti Torchlifflit Shoivn but XJn Terrible iff lit All out on a Gaag Men Drop Off One by ttarg raves Crew Alt Saved NEW YOIIK Nov near o can be ascertained there ware 101 perao na in all on board the Jilfaed vessels which carae in collisiinn off B Thurs day night thirty havebeen res cued inciudiri the wholtj Ia the Cornelius The latter were brought iu duriut Saturday the second mate ot lhe schooner having been picked up afloat oa a plank by a pilot boat and the others in a boat with tbe eaplaiu Walkerijave an account of disaster as soon as he had somewhat recovered from tbe effects of exp mire mid lays rhe blame of the collia ion oa tlieVfiBCayaitoffljerA Walker is aa inpelliiieut lifanked sailor and told a story All Her Lights Buning lie said Thursday evening was the sky clear and the sea smooth A fair breeai was blowing1 oflfctheland We had everything sot slovir unti aloft Our lights were up aud burning I was in charge of tlie dec and had one mitn at the wheel another 1orard and another was loung in the waist The of the crew were below Juit as darkness settled down about I think we saw a steamer about ninu rnilea away Ac the time we were steering just about north east and tiie steamer was headed south by both held in our course After a bit l saw her green light plain and told Jjjipfc Allenwho was below that she was bearing down upon us He said all right to show her the torchlight Lookout on the Steumur I lashed tlie torch but the steamer didnt answer She keot ou her coiirsfe were getting pretty close to her by that time and I called the captain upon deck He told the man at the wheel to her as she we had the h of I saw then that there was ny to be a smash if something wasnt quick A turn of one spoke of the wheel of either vessel would have been all that was needed to make them clear The Spaniard never made a move to change lie r course nor yive any signal that she saw us Ciipfc Allen grabbed the wheel and tried to put the helm down but it was too late We banged square into the steamship Tine Inevitable Collision We were loaded deep and our jibboom was peaked high so that when we struck the stemnur ihat hit the bridge smash ing it and also all the boats on tbe star board side The two vessels hung to LCtrt hrr fop n minute then the schooner swung round alongside of the steamer As soon as she did HO a of the crew o the stenner jumped down on our deck Tlje uiinuie l collision happened our men below t tun bled up ou elicit and ran j ait whtte ihe boat hung on the davits The captain ordered ms to stop the Spanish sailor who were jumping off their VHssel to get our bouts aud I orders lu ttie meantime the captain got a few men in boat and rowjd away leaving me on the sinliing vessel A tlujit on a Ilunk There was a bifi gang plank in the top of the houe and I launehtid it overboard When I uo it 1 looked for the steam er but she had sunk Tiir schojner waa jus about ready lo grs dovn too so I tnew ff my emit mid jumped overboard i1 the plank and goc fur enough Lo get out f huiiou when she went under If a minute or two it MjiMiied Uki there men thrashing riuml Ju i lie on aides I htiiid such slirieks in my life When I got a chance Lo hx k iround I saw that i hcira twtil v men besides myself iuildiuirnn to ihe plank All around us was tvreckafj dC kJrifis I thought the captain luick and pick us up but ht i L not Olio liy One Ttuy Down The wind was blowing shore and it Ielt Bttit and WASHINGSOX CITY Sov The Treasurer Hjston on the Su ury department monthly debt suitemtut j preiTie Court Vacancy shows a redicsioji iu the debt tia j month of OiQbir to The bondel oi the govern ment exclusive of bonds issued to Pacific railrouls U 30J aud of hn aniouut 639iWU 4j pr cent nml i50S203S50 4 per cent bond The treas ury surplus including subiIiiiry coiu aillnuuoni b ink redvmpciOJi fuid ng gregn6 5MT S 3 giiast 50 Tn350 a t I ti incrviie during tiii mouth oJ about t8lMOOJU tiiill nnd Silver Assets The treasury iohl coin and bull n HSSSVS aot 1 Its the test 2 it lasts 3 itV a jjleasurejo it 4 It 5 Always tlje CCyemody praises If 7 You will like it You should it r i iii and lyiani ill ttu niiscil vh e u pon Thtr 1 I firt nii Uie 1aiin th svuipirliy the inn T aaimais the i in and eoioits of erisiJinaU utvf njirlit so JJiiiul part oi Lhu Utiitud IV IS in ly cal re ii to su aid nnd by ih i lie talons lUai with tlltiru uf Mio ully isind cl re of lit po nii nuts whvi bo mot HVH pleijuirf 1 b uiucr uiil is nnd any TinLUIU in inu iciVLu a4 woil ns my pet s uat obLrvirtoi LC n i Irib my miiHl ibat h1 Und purchase bill will be acit1Ud iy vas1 ot tlupeas nutrv aa rtiucdy lor cu i it ions of u v so far us laiion car rli c u ivuiudy I was every wlurv itill liiatihe people were looking fcr ttiv of he lull iul that biseiv dapciii ment Is lct liuitit hi not yet bo iu t An Ininlms ut Terror I belitve tbai tdty i be iicibus of the by nan of cam mtors cuiul bLi funl from o i he J epif the tuaj ruy of ts would be Cingiier and hap i t iuy rind tiui Iivl uid woukl iivVtr jiicaui siiiiinii t lae ukof n fac s still criniinal worv s liyiair done mtti niirht to ilie gal the or iho convicivs cell tif Tliat the niiss ot Hie people are of ituni of aud the ciiivor lot ins or crime which have charac ItiMtl Iiiit Losing Any Sleep ioNLK N iv A Vienna dispatch ays tiar Prince Ferdinand of Bulgaria in npy to a remark the British c nisul ai imnouneed ihtt he wjus eniiply iiiitlTtiivut as to recognition by the Kurnpcan powers as the present stat us endeared him all the more to the Bui gar inns Liit the Limit Ue Iticreused Nnv It is stated that the leiiMittivtj council of Iiulia is considering re of the law giving a husband i ho rijiht to claim his betrothed wife siiu is 10 years of agn the intention being the liivdt m 13 aniouut t deposiioru N hull SJOJ37 iS7 inml bauicl flie AHeKctl Hard Feeliiic Between the res i d c 111 nn d u dye G resh tn a About a Jloosier Investigating an AUcgeO Mur A Ho Ul Hieliwuy and Child Asphyxiated 4 telegram from Chicnyo says Unit ed St a i es Trepsu rer Mnston is in the city in attendance upon the horse show tthere he an exhibit la talking about tbe possibilities regard ing the stiprtma court vacancy he said he uf gnver u did uot thiuk Cireshnnj tt uold less than eiits sources uient funds or abuu on OCT 1 The Iteinnm titnl rrue t trom all H LC tefiriy Oii inure tbau 111 ihjr Cutoni otte the ptst month 1H against in Octoltcr a yemr iio while iuternal revenue rtcviptsvere n2 or about more thuu 1 Uctobr ISSii GVeiunuent expendi d i he pat mom n wore Wi Bt or more than iu Uciober Two Ieriouls of Four Months Compared Government revenue for the first fuir aioniiiii uf t he current fiscal yeir is 500OOD moru than for rhe sum lisc year while expenditures were re than for the first four months of The pension fur tiie two pjriorli in iSSO tin 1 1SOJ was CHiLLICOTHES CONFLAGRATION Swtsfps Away Ovor Tliirty Rntidings nitd Costs About PEORIA ills Nov nil of tho business portion of tiie little city of Cuil licothe 111 is a of and bbickcuai ruins Friday nitjhtj lire lit erally up the basinets privjtfu residence portion of the city was ttslegriiphed for assistance and at 3 oeiock Saturday uiorninLC a Ilrj and crew from ihs city dupariiueut start ed for ihe scene on u special train The Rock Inland station and other railroad property rainains intact Some of Mi a Uumncre Oone More than thirty were de stroy oil and ao did the tlunes spiuad that ia few cases could ttie goods be ri1 moved Many persons loit every thiuy ihe 1 Among ths build iiis destroyed were tho Commercial hittl Bulletin ciffice postolHce livery stable nnd nine lioisei und city jail aisi tin to dwel The hiyi is esiaialed at pwrLly insured The fire swept away al tha oa both side of the street for a block and half Its mi Unratcfui Tnk CITY Xov selec tion of sites for p b i dings is one of lie duties which give thu ecretiry of he treasury more worry with satis nitory to him at least than per aps any other duly lie had to pet form ie geniraliysenilf t special agent to ex mine this sites otururt nnd is guided aryely by the nyunts rejiori but lie al iays h nra the advncaLes of the various iies Yeli in nine out of ten charges f improper me lives are made he by the real who o nor uet tinre The abuvu ficis ire ertincnt because jiist at this limo the eeietary has Lweniyfive sites to oejide upon The Morse Show CHICAGO Nov American horse how opetijd in the exposition building tere Saturday The entries which iitv lose on 1000 am doubly as numerous HH ast years and the present exhibit out classes ils predecessors in every way Tiie rtisulay comprises a I broedi of iom thci heavy and Noriuiis lown to the litti2 S ttlan 1 Tlie how contiuuinuul Xov 8 United Stales Treasurer Jiuton who an ex ihH hi of E J Sender of COG Ind was one of the visitorei nl Ix aprointtd The men most in the track of the Htrhttiing1 were Secretary Xo be and Woods the odds u favor of X bit1 He continuoi When I exprea ihe opinion tiitit Ju Ige Gresham will uoc Le it is merely an opinion aud not ti repetition any iuforiMarum t have nceivfd fiom Harrison or any person whi could propyrlj1 claim the riglit cf speaking for him I imrely hwjs anl the guess ihat Judgei Greshani will not be the man The 1rcKitlcitt and GrenliHiii Harrinon jealous of ibe dlstingvUHhed Trcwsirrrr TInstnn a moment and ffion answored the quencfon deliber ately he is not The ftct of the matter is that the between tbe president and Judge Greah have greatly exaggerated I do nor 1 el i eve at tmy time there has ex isreJ such a chasai between them as the public has generally supposed Their aui Litious it is true conflicted two years Both were candidates for the presi ilcnc l I have never believed that ritherof them felt as harshly toward the other us the opposition press has endeav ored to prove BORN A CENTURY AGO to llUII if an Ancient Chureli HuHuKKX X Xov Ivformed church on Hudson tercet be trtei nul Sixth streeLs in this ci y burnsi last evening It vas one oi he oldest iti lloboken about Atiytliiiii to Get Hid of Milan LdSDos Nov The Servian govern has airreed to pay Milan oOOJr l raise s nunnatly for his nitdutc nanccv he implied understanding being that the txkinij wiH not reside ID Bei r vd o Got Off Very Cheaply Mass Nov Frederick Kimb lt ox teller of che Peoples Savings batik lio stole in bonds was sentenced Saturday to seven years hard labor iu states prison Wants Uncle Sam to Itletllato WASHINGTON Nov 3 The Ven ezuelan government has asked the media tion of tUtf CniCel States to settle the dis d boundary Hue between Veuezuela British Guiatm put Companies Raise Their Rates NEW YORK Nov the transcon tinental express companies Saturday raisvd their rates 50 cents per 100 pounds Trs is the rate t haitris in force prror ru U VSJ9 blew ussloviy away from the wreck and out to sta Every minuies a swell wonlr roll tlie plank ovor and every one would zo under wattr As the SpaiTftlrds weie yelinir all rhe they would get a iiiontlifnl of witer at every roll ami one Oi more of tlum would drop oft and sink I tried to make rlum keep their months shut but they kejit ualiiiision some saint at the Mme It wanwful Every time one wculcl sink he would give a terrible yell jiilas IIB would go down By 9 oclock the las mm mil gone down and was IJfc nlone After 1 found I was alone I got atnke of tinplank I looked all around but not a ur a boat could I hi Some 1rovisloiis T got a piece of board floating along Kiul tried to paddhmyself toward laud but cuuld not make any headway Th moon made it light About midnight I ptstnl chicken coop floatim it were two ducks I took i hem oiit and tied friem so my suspender rhinking that if i was loiirf nflniit hey would keep hunger oft Tiie swell got heavier and after a while H washed my two ducks loose and carried them uway I boated along with out happening until t oclock tlie next morning when the pilot boal Marshall came wlong nd picked me up Politicnl Circulars Stolen NEW YOKE Nov A thou sand circulars of the Peoples Municipal iLftijtie t last appeal of the league to the voters of this city were siuJeu froai the post ITice iu some myste rious manner Saiurdiiy together with the stamped envelopes containing theui The postage on ihe circulars to The circulars were take a to the scetsertl p and while the driver ITHS temporarily absent m search of direc as 10 where to deposit them some person unknown jumpe 1 upon the wagoa aud drove off with ihe entire mail trz pasi ten I have no doubt and coverumeut svouUl fail I j iriak ii LiKiiH ot wucii biiuls conirantiiiUS like thut of and against which mei Tike Rihp ODwytr i gHng Not nn of Fit U tics hat ever ttie iiies mar say the aue is not one of pol but uf law Jutnnber Milt lostroyea by Fire MLSKEGOS Mich Kov early siuunlay lostroyed the mill of the Mus SiiictjirJe and Lumber company together with a large quantity of shingles ariil lumber piled ou the docks Loss insurance Hilled the Fireman READING PA Nov freight on the Reaciiig railway came into 1 collision at Rovers1 ford yesterday morn ing C C Backer fireman of Cresson i killed Seven cars demolished Tlie Weal Bull Association OMAHA Xcbf NJV annua laieeting of ihe Western Base Ball associa tion vras beld kere Saturday night A the directors meeting in the afternoon al disputes bad been settled and the evening meeting was a love feast Krauthoff ol Kansas City was elected president anc secretary ot the Sc Paul club was admitted as a delegate the associa tion declining to decide the ownership o the franchise Tha circuit will be the as at cloje of the season Xirw YORK Nov Sun Joe Couiirn the once pugilist is dyins of tousnmpuon and his friends Cbink that be has but a sbor time live ftecvefed m Yon IVait UNDERWEAR AMD GLOVES Largest Variety Lowest DEWENTER WITH SPECIAL PUICKS OX ARE AGAIN AL PUICKS OX is Jewelry Silverware Use Hauks Glasses 25 years ex ke no Broadway D A FIAUK The Jeweler and Optician And Spectacles Use Hauks Glasses 25 years ex perience Make no Broadway tho show ifitnrday Nickel for 1lates VAFHIXGTON ClTV Nov During the past week thirty four carlonds of nickel re from Canada have been received at lie navy yard nnd are avvikmc tbe fur ther disposition of the ordnance depart ment The ore is in the and i just us it came from the mines It will lave to be sineliel fin t will probably be used rests now Komi on looking to the iVd ot nickel HS an al for armor plate of NOT 3 Whole blocks of divenicg3 in tlm end of London haw been closed by order of tho authorities having been pronounced absolutely unlit for bunaaa habitation The county coun cil hixii a schema on foot to tht lands on which the rookeriei are situatEd ci ertifjt iuipioved dwellings in theh icei io rented to tbv por nr as low rates HIS will io pay the bare inter eat on the cost Do Interference LONPOX Nuv dispatch from Sr Petersburg aaj s thai ihe hits been deeply hy ihe advice Htul iuteir ferotioi of the lorein press and prenchers in behal of tlie Kusiai Jews mod thzit his majesty who i pronaiiy iu favor of the iigurous tn forceneat of tbe anti Jewish decrees has uiveu directions no Unitncy pliall Le shown NEW OiLFANS X Ariicei of agrejcuiH lor a fiveounce glove COTHKSC ou before ilie Audubon club in thi tity have been signed by Tommy Wiiren of C tiifornia an 1 Tommy Mil ler of Indiana ferftherwjUlua al 1 IS jiouui give r nounds The fiia bj fur a of JlOJJ to tiie vinaer f5J 10 the losjr AII Interestlny tlon of a Wirth tluy AiinivufHtiry LrSANON Ind Xov hundred years ago Alicbnel Erskln was born in Va aud that event luis just been colelirated by the gathering oC friends mid rulnttves for miles around which u timbered ovor 100 Mr Erskin out to his dinner without even the assistance of Lis cane something ho bad not done for years After the he seated himself in his old armchair in front of the open firsplace with his grandchil dren and friends and related events that happened us fur buck as 1708 among one of the most important being the death of Washington Fi flySix Yenrn in One County In 1SJ4 be moved from the place of bis birth to this county where bi2 bus since resideil out the oountj but once which was in 1845 whmi be viaUed in Ohio md iu a tvro borst v over tbe public highway He was never in a court bouse and was connected in any with a liAsuit was riecurily for any one and in re tura never asked any oua to indorse for him He was never upou a railway train but once which waa May 1J4 1837 At that time 97 yenra of age he was persuaded to accept a freo ride from Thornton to this city a distance of ten miles While here at that time he nte his first meal in a hotel and was shaved for ihe Hist titnu by a barber EU cist bin first vote for Andrew Jackson for presi dent and from that timo on voted the Whig ticket untii tharparty dissolved when he became n Democrat He ts stili iu moderately good health for one of hia age Away wlitlL the Cnali COLUMBUS Tnd Nov Knotts went to Long Bridge over the White river Saturday night and watted for Charles fonng a farmer whom he knew had onsiderable money When Young ap roachcd tbe bridge Knotts pointed n re volver at him ami secured and fled Young at once f he police who tarted in pursuit coming up with ome Distance from the ciy He at once ipened fire on them and they ran away Young fled into the woods near by and iscaped The Alleged Asylum RICHMOND Ind Nov Wells nedicul examiner at the hospital for nsaue has notified to again appear efore the grand jury Monday R A county prosecutor ordered iba specialist on the brain be employed in he second autopsy upon Lawyer Blount he purpose Leing to fortify against the possible line of defenue that though Blount had five ribii broken and a ieg in jured he may have died from natural causes The T M C A Convention RICHMOND Ind Nov twenty first annual state convention of the Young Mens Christian association finished its business Saturday afternoon Stereop icon views of tiieir buildings in variou ties were given at tbe Grand opera house at night in tbe interest of a provcc to erect one hsre Many of tbe members stayed over Sunday to meet appointments in churches Choked by Natural RICHMOND Ind Nov night Mr Tony Stever her baby and a girl 7 years old were found in a semiuncon sc ous state by Mr Stever There was a leak in a pipe Co ihe gasoline stove in which natural gas was used The iiule girl and baby was restored in about three hours buL Mrs Stever Is in a critical con dition Do lour Pants Bag at the Knee Of course they do and naturally you would like to overcome it Then try Staters Sensible Trousers Stretcher The only article of the kind that a tailor can recommend as doing the work thorough ly without injuring the garment T Q A TT Merchant O Tailor Sole agent for Logansport for Infants and Chidren CutoHais ao veil adapted lochfldrea that recommend it aa superior to any prescnption known to me IL A AacBEB SL D Ill So Oxford St Brooklyn N Y Cutorta mirea OiUo OonsHpatlmi Sour StomMh Diarrhoea Enicution Kills Worms KVKS aieep anl IJ gcstion Without lajurloumTnMlotlntt TIIE CEN 7T Murray Street A IlitIi Mriko Oil MARTINS Oil shot out oi the Fisher iwil ou Laiaal trak Friday yud went up sx y feet The well was imniiedlately locUe L It v ii probabiy yielti 3M Operaan tins iry up land aud tx The TVettOier Expect WASHINGTON Crrv fo lowijog are tlie wtatUer i fur ihirtytix from t rin e tertlay For aisd warmer weather ri 1 Tucslay nigiiit variable vriacls be omiai s utikcriy Jiur RBil weather til Tuesday it co ler north wesMiriywiads J7or Michigan rairwca ije exepii Igbtraia an t e hiK oer excefit sration ary tempeiattLre in up e Mi norther 1T ir WLS Fair weather till CHICAGO REAL ESTATE for years been ft investment Think of H population bai fci creosed from W80 to 1200000 In 1890 Avail yourselves to buy now before the great Worlds Fair boom sets iu next Spring and doubles prices We can sell jxm Jou In our new West Maywood Subdivision from f UK up TERMS CASH AND MONTHLY Our Subdivision Is only one block from N W K R Uepat btdctraUn bnllt ftzfcts Rrndecl trees surveying abstracta and warranty dwd with each lot and vry eewerbuilt befit dfalnagelnCookCounty three Ifrpe factories employing nearly 1000 men within easy wolklngdietance Churches andSchooJa nefli br springing up In every direction Neighboring lots selling from ia5 to W higher Lakesi Elevated Road now building passes directly by this property and the Electric Road U now securing the right of way from tbe present to Maywood When thtse are finished we will have the best transportation service In Cook Connty Tbe Chicago Jforthwest crn R R now stops 41 trains dally at Maywoid Here you have an opportunity double your xnctney to Chicago fntpact pfopwir and wtwitl return vou ywr Ifjou buy Write lor plats 8 M BLOSS A CO 1O7 DEAUBOIIIS STREET CHICAGO Eeferences Fort Dearborn National Bank and the 1art Lumber Company 1enjnmin IiKhor 2S went to Muiion from i lie country exhaniied soniu for ciili stitrtcJ home with a jug of whisky nnd druuk so much that he die I One thousand people listened to a joint debae Friday nt Wnbrth betiveea ex Cougrcisman Calvin and Nelpon G Hunter Democratic caiuHdiilu for cir cuit jadi4e This Hon L McCab made an aldressto a crowded house at Lebanon Firtay Richard Link wife of a farmer of jA county committed suicide by was jealous Hon b F Sliively epoke to tbe Uetro Ara of Porte Saturday STbj K onbicMns of Eeru To A FOOL KILLER NEEDED Kill Thin Kind of Man Before Hf Custljr Fire nt New Albany NEW ALBANV ImJ Ivov new rollingmill deparirneut oE tbe New Al bany Forge and RoHingMiU Company was destrr ycd by flre Saturday night Loss J75 OiXJ insurant The works are owned by Dr Breyfogle and otbers of Kew Albany and WiJliam Bowies of New York Killed by an iterator SBELETVILLE Ind Xov Spiegel wtis killed at the Spiegel fnrni ture factory by an elevator falling strik inginim on the head He was 45 years old and leaves a family Mr Spiegel was a promintnt Odd Fellow and a member ot the G A R If hid of Afty COLCJIBUS O Nov 3 Amack a divorced man with three children the e lest aged to years became enamored with Mrs Elizabeth Anderson a woman who was separate I from her husband and who also has children tbe eldest a son iO years old A few days Mrs Anderson told Am ick that she was go ing brick to whereupon he told her be would kill her if she did As U such cases be carried our bis threat and did it so as to effectually prevent the woman going back io her husbaud at aU Shot Hrr Twice Fatally Yesterday raornlnz lie called etrly so early that tbe woman in her niaht xlidlmg They quarreled atouthr inten tion to her husiand then be pulled a pistol thot through the brain and ara n tbriingi the breast Amtck then uii boarding psirMied whom he io his rooni he fin isiiiibis daardly work liy ptrting a imlli ihroiuh owa an J failing deail ABesEVIATEO TELEGRAMS e mooting of a I the national council uf iimnNirV G Ji B at DttrtK ai tlie Tin day uf X verabcr rector of tbe Leecii that total amount of in ihbainN of the people of this country July 1 was or ffi W capita an Inciease during the fiscal year of Secretary Blaine m ie Phil adelphia Saturday having vcrj large After be hai canclutlwl loud caiU were made fur Postmaster General Wanamaker who respondcl with a brief ad ress ifae king of Wurtemfourg fn much irri tated the pabiication of the story of his liaison nitb Baroness JJecke JJc given notice that if any Wurtemburg pel prints the story it will get into trouble A strike of salesmen is on at Pittsburg foe the following very reasonable de mands Closing at TO p in insiead of 11 oa Washingtons birthday Fourth of July and New Ytfais and half holidays on Decoration dar aud Thanksgiving rtn Merritt conimamling the depart rrtt ni of the Missouri that the idition of the people of Oklahoma 11 in the extreme The crop ia a failure aid ofKthirl of the people will need help io winter Half the farmers v II utol iraio for seeding The prudent and Mr s Harrison Satur day reeivel ths Methodist now n missionary conference at tSw ca pita Oilvotieorgiaai package house in To Deliver at Kan was cpeu owing to LAPOBTE Ind Nov mail de the decsinii of Jude CiiIvelt at Little livery was established In this city Satar not fc Frilij day The work is done br foar Dipbtliria daring the las week killed and four deliveries daily are made iathie njne in Mercar O and foarteea business portion in tho casej were in the doctors hantia at the imn 1mftlp mav Tv mntte Ylie Mahoning Vaily Iron Mamifactur jirwiaas r r uu grime iron kettle may fee inaoe oiupatlv at O has ben Tuesday station ytempe a jare north r a srnan quantity j sQrd tQ EaRlish vniicate for I erly winds wiirnier TataOay part Kotes Frederick Yonjigman a Inrnltare rmr nisher ot Cincinnati aged 56 committed suicide at Madiiton by Uklng cvtxjlic clone of the week is going lio estabih a brew ery at Frederichsruhi That is he will rent thegroand with tbe privilege of bay ing tbe pant in fifty jears Veuev bfa calltd POWDER Absolutely A cram of tarter powder ofali In leareniair 8 GOTCTO Beport Aurn ISM   

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