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   Logansport Pharos (Newspaper) - November 4, 1890, Logansport, Indiana                                LOGANSPOET DAILY PHAROS 16TH YEAR TUESDAY EVENING NOVEMBER 4 1890 NO 161 JOHN GRAYS x CORNER ON For Laciios Misses Chil dren Men and Boys Of course ovury rib that we keep tho lartjust and best Stock of Underwear in the northwostern part of the State ant soil at prices that no one protends to noet Corno at once as now Is the to rnako the change nor ilVJl The Interior Secretary Wields an Irritated Pen Jil The Notorious Full of Outlaw Lead Filled HIS COMPLIMENTS TO QOV HILL They AD iJfuhlvtlly LeftHanded and IV rj i York Subject of it I Letter in U hlch the Secretary Atninul mi mi the Iiitvgri ty of A Corre witVi Muyur Grunt4 Me ene uouif rererreu not te lertia his the liecretaryO sole custody for a time He then concludes Govtrnor Hills letter and Mayor Grants tions to you alike indicate a spirit of HUS picioa ujgninst ibis department that I can no longer tolerate If you are unwilling Without further delar to comply with my request communicated to you this morning iu writing you may take the EEOPEKING 0 A BAHBAEOUS PEUID books and away with you and I shall proceed with the business without them ner from Mr Kenny Kenny replied disclaiming PROPOSED TO WRONG GIRL A lMK3l KVTM DOUANS OPFHA Horse iVM ItllAN MAN MONDAY NOVEMBER And Sat unlay Mtitiiu To thin M any suspicion of the department and stating that his only purple was to carry out the instructions of tiie mayor He proceeds HB Governor Hills sentiments I havo nothing to do It fteemed ro me that I here to be cus WASHINGTON CITV Xov f tolian of the police books and I most re spectfuhy you not to Assume that I intend to to you any injustice in insisting1 that I must act in accordance with that theory until otherwise advised from New York Your letter dismissed me it seemed from the performance of functions imposed on me by my superior In view of thesematters you will I am Holden Comedy Company liKlit till nrklini reprrtoirc Tiualuy imtly Iiniiiia cntitlcil UNCLE iirnl 1v iMCtnliOr4 of the Com pany Itit firchcHtrfi Intro iiucinuVif lit ami imitiiUoMH by the iToffsr Thlfcaturr ulniiu is worth thu juHi if is a 1 nUracttoti PLAYING AT 1O 2O 3O CtS Niglny irnnd Family FURNITURE PH1CES THH LOWEST Our Designs None lint the IJiSt Workmanship Allowcil Leave our Sulesriwiii J IV Hcirfmon t Sons Material 12thSt Drug Store 1H will JDOOT tobacco can at IH NO equal at brice it U wor Noble yesterday addressed tbe following communication to Governor Hill iu reply to recent litter urging a recount of tho city of Xew York iour ootmminicatioa of the Hist ultimo duly received There had al ready Jjcea delivered to me a letter from the mayor if tbe ciiy of New York OD tho name claim of that city to a recount of its population by thH United Stales census authorities Wiilc you have adde I t he WQight of the governors ofllue to complaint you have failed to add to ihoe already presented by the mnyor n single suggestion of the slightest Tttue It wai wholly unnecessary for yoa to remind me of the provisions of the con stitution of the United relating to enumeration and apportionment of repre of the electoral college or that provision of the census law allowing amendments and recouits All of this was very familiar law to me and your quotation of it might hiive been copied from my last opinion deliv ered to tho mayor and which you you hail read iu the newspapers Neither did I need any exhortation upon rlie sub ject of fair upportioninents as an equal apportionment t bronghout tiie United Btates anil the periect freedom and equal ity of the individual elector is a reform to which I have given my earnest support and which is worthy that of every public officer end every individual citizen Had you read the correspondence with the may r whose immediate concern this business itas In en yon would have found your topic already exhausted Such ap portionment you may however bo re minded vtoul I certainly and permanently promote tie success of tho party to which yit iiiLurreeily nay all the enumerators of the city of Xew York belong Tho Ciiivrinnrft It is naich to be regretted that in a let tor to me when acting upon a purely offi cial matter you as governor should speak as a parliim iintl impute u corrupt purpose to the census etuimerators to se cure party advantage by dimiiiiHhiuLr the contit of the cty of Now York Your imputation against the and the census work is so entirely gratuitous mid unfounded s tu be slanderous as yon bhonld know that your abusive course could not tnd to proinoto that fair and judicial consideration I have been dis posed to give lo the application of the mayor Your charge imputing fraudu lent motives to others rather su Treats that pnrty t links au increased pop ulation would innre to its advantage the count of the puiice taten as it has been since the police board of York has boin made partisan needs the very closest itty and analysis AMOUIIIS on the CeiisuH Office Your acuaioUH heretofore confined to intcivievs and stump speeches bewail everi before iiie enumeration was an noiinrel Sotne of the Democratic news ia New York and elsewhere made the census enumerUiou very dillicult by exeMnc tiio prejudice of agiinst it a id it iiiolia remarked that you nfl earlvas the Jirit of July last made an address before tbe Ileudricks club n Indianapolis in which you bitter ly availed the penion ofEce and its work ard aserted without any knowledge whatever the same evi purpose yon now send to me i Yon then repeated tiie nevvspap r criticisms aud sp iku o the Vrat army of inqu itort ent frying I into our asking im peri iuent ques making fas etc andyou di 1 tal So notice the possitde ettVct of all this in riiiHg popilfir distrust au 1 disinclination lo respond to the enumera tors You did not siueeed in efforts to any considerable but you are largely responsible for any inaccuracies that may exist a tiie Other Side You iem to be against a census taken even i y your own slate for you vetoed a bill pase by its leishuutv in 18SS and whih was r firc b irs cunuitition It is to suppose he panon age yon to tiiin so intluetuial in po iiuta atlairs would not nave fallen into yoir band or Indimig you by the stan dard y n apply to others your official ac tion h tve been tiie opposite of whait was The great body of the pe pie of the Unite I Sta es me con tent wili tiie s and ure by assaults sucli a us tniiid by i cMiluien e 1 shall ptoceed with 11 e o mv ullieiVt duties in thin L 1 o tooling bo fore i aixtnKy jistly c whit I may e fmvinc d is anl adhering to viiial b leva to be ht 1 riirref he neee oi ail i rtMS n te the Union iu fe trius 1 hive employed but i lind my jostitie il n tie rekle n sure give me time to procure final in structions not insisting on au immedl ate compliancs with your demand of this morning1 Hill Will Tulk ELMIBA N Y Nov Hill arrived hero at 11 20 last night lie was met by a number of citizens and conduct ed to the office of Civil Service Commis sioner Hustace where he held au im uromptu Tbe governor says he hiis not yet seen Mr Nobles letter but promises lo talk on tbe subject later EXPRESS TRAIN WRECKED Four Itrtil way Kraplo es Killed nud One Iiuly Serimnly Injiiiod HYHVCLSK N Y N iv express train that left NJW York oa the D L lind W road at 9 oclock yesterday morn Ing and was due here at last evening while descending the steep grade near Rock cut three miles from this city crashed into a coal train standing on a switcii Both locomotives were complete ly wrecked and the baggage anl mail cars were crushed to pieces Of the other cars ou the passenger train four in number three weru thrown from the track the force of the collision hurling them into a pisiiion atright angles the raiis The aJnide Pullman car which was Lo tbe mail car kept its place Four Men Klllii Outright Michael Bnrke of this citv engiueer of the passengertraiu and J W Doyle of Great Bend Pa engineer of fhe coal train were kibed outright with their firemen Jerry Lee of this city and Mer ton Ferniu of Great Ben 1 The four men were buried under the wreck As by a miricle none of the passengers was killed a id only one of them Mrs Thomas Cor coran of 21 Myrtle ave ue Buffalo was seriously injured Jlrs Corcoran had two rbs broken and lur right was dis locaod She as sumined severe in juries to her spine aud her left shoulder was badly bruised A Fw Olher Wounded Michael N Tierney of Great LSeud Pa head brakemau on the coal train was also badly injured A 1C Kimball of Os wego N Y a hrakemtn ou the paisen ger Irani and il of thu same place were buried under the bag ge car but nethtr way seriously hurt C C Darby ot Cortlau I N Y sustained slight injuries Tile National Ciroulatloa WASIIIXUTOX Cirv Nov treas ury d partmetits monthly st itemeit of jhaiigein the circulation shows a net in HiisH during October past amounting to Of the various kinds ot money n cirruiniou there weiu iner1 isus as fol ow Gol coin treasury sil ver n siandard silver dol lars silver SIJ United Stifes notes The decreaes were Gold uniflc i es 700 national bank noies silver 11115030 The total circula tion on Xov 1 past is t4s8J97 il7 ugaiust l414121 on Nov 1 Ln incteise tlnring the past twelve months of A Itotty State Things WASHINGTON CITV Xov to fiut I h s life was attempted by Cubn last week and the fur ther as ho alleges that ibe city of lCiv dourf uut yive him idequate proUciun thu SpinlHh consul at that city ints cuiHtul bis oHice sealed the doors and yvea notioii thatthe Uiiile States wH irhe hi r SjOusible for the integrity of Ujc Much jinnoyance is conse quently experienced by veasuls desiring to clear lur Cuba and other Spanish port uiticfai information of the abuVt fuels has so far been received here Sold Intprent iu Hal Pointer llUFFALo N Y Xov Scach iinl ihe ueilknowQ tirfman has sold his third nureI in the famous pacer Hal Kmiur to Harry Hnmiiu terms private Ihc is now owne I by Mr Ilainlia and Porter of this aieii NEW YORK Nov 4 Suiub an x piHi email who ws dismissed from t e force a short time ago and Sidney Smith a piobationary otlicer were drowned in Hell Gnte atter lu ou by the sinking of tiie yacht Tyrant Died in a sstrert Car BUTIMOUK Md Nov Scott tae iuvenior of tho locomotive cab died sitddLuly of heart disease in a street car I here Sunday night He was born in Pbil seventyone years ago and was Siime Devilish IntouVnts of tbfc TVrath of the Hnlflelilanil It Cowardly Murder of a Penn sylvania tii Death by Thieves Uo Was Down and Knlibed Fructured His Brothers Skull CHABLKSTOX W Va Nov has just reached here of the murder of the notorious Bud McCoy near Lewis carnp in Logan county He was riddled with bullets Bud McCoy was a mem ber of tbe family of that name which won more than national notoriety in the celebrated HatfleldMcCoy ven detta which bus raged for many in the along the boundary be tween Kentucky and Weit Virginia The war between the Hatflelds and McCoys began iu war times and has never ended Murder and the abduction aud rumiugof women have been frequent incidents in its progress In 1S62 Union men led by the McCoys killed two Confederates un der the llatfieliU One McCoy who was wounded was hunted down and killed by tbe other parts Thus the feud began Wreaked Their VeiujuHiice tm Women Nine years HRO Johnson Hatfield stole Randolph McCoys daughter ruined and deserted ber Arrested by West Virginia authorities he was rescued by a raiding party of bis kinsfolk Six years ago Elli son Hattield was killed oy three McCoys The murderers were arrested but a raid ing party of Hatfields took them from the officers carried them into West Vir ginia tied them to trees aud riddb d them with bullets Two years ngo a man named Tom Wallace stole the nieoe of Herman McCoy who was murderod in the war lime The girl escaped from him after n but he led a party of Hat fields nro Kentucky after her to find ber tha raiders dragged her inva lid mother Mrs Daniels from her bed and almost beat lier to deith A Right Attack und Slaughter TUe night before NenYears Day 1888 a party of Hni field Bob Elliott and Cap Hatlield Ellison Mounts lim aud Bob Vance Dick Wbitt Tom Mitchell French Kills Charles Gil and Tom over into Kentucky seeking blood In tho McCoy cabin were sleeping Mr and Mrs McCoy and their daughters Allaphene Addie aud Fanny and ihoir sou Calvin Tbe raiders all masked knocked at the door and being refused admittance fired the house As the flumes caught one of tbe girls Allaplieuu ran from the house uuly to be shot dead Cilvin driven from tbe cabin by the fire came out and met the same lute Mrs McCoy was struck down wiih a stone and crippied for life KiRhterll lltillela ill H In Hixly The persons who killed Bud McCoy were Dempey a memieroC the Hatflelds and several 01 hr meuibeis of the gang There vvvre eigireeii ail ets iu McCoys body The t xcitemeut prevails und it Is thought that a btuir war will fi How this new act of hostility McCoy bad killed at leiist eight men but had eeaped justice MURDERED BY THIEVES A Ieiiiisytvunia Coiiitablu Killed After lrlef Struggle PlTTSlirjBO Pa Xov Harry Mateer of Tarentum seventeen miles east oi thin win murdered at that place last niHr by thieves At three tliieves broke into the tailoriux es tablishment ol iiioiil Hros in Tarentum TliBy were surprised biiie s nf one of the proprietors of tbe store who give the alarm nad tiie thieves br de oi a side door each wiih an armui i clothing aid ran towards Hie river Constable Maiecr was notifid of the theft and with a jiany of citizens ill pursuit of the robjers Found Tinin n u Train At Peterson a half mile below this city Ollicer Mateer bomled the Blairsville ex press on the Pnnsylvinia railroad to look for ihe thieves and as he walked into the smoking car the thieves recog nizing him jumped oil the train with Mateer nfer them He catijhr one of tbe men and si ruck him with a billy As he did so the thief shot at him the bail strik one of his trousers buttons and ciius 11 a a slight flesh wound Mateer pulled his revolver and shot another of the men who ciiitne up at this momsnt and as he diil so lie was struck with a billy and rolled into the ilitch Sihot Whin Ho Lay Helpless The third mna came tii at this tioieand hot tin prostrate oilicsr tbe ball strik ing at tne uae of his spinal column from tiie etle t of winch he slowly sank dying lUoYlock All this happened insi ie of a iiihmie Tiif3 atulsome pas ters rushed to tbe rescue of Mateer when tbe murderers ran away They have uut yet been captured Great excitement prevail at Tarentum and searching par tieare out all oiong he West Pennsyl aniaftom Allegheny Cty to Tarentuin iu oi tiie niurdrers A Young lilackamlch Who UlUntKnoit Tother I rum Which BRiDciEPjKr Conn NJV twin sisters living at tha East eai ar si iden tical in apj that even members of their own ramiiy cannot tell Martha from Wary excepting by a small mole under Murys right ear They are pretty and winning and have plenty of admirera For several months past Mnrya accepted lover has been a young blacksmith named Rogers aud Sunday evening he made up bis mind to learn for n certainty whether she would marry him When he arrived nt the house Mary ouc and Martha received him cor li illy to en tertain him until her sister returned Rogers supposed that she was his adored oneand at once broached the subject year est his heart He found her a little more reserved than usual he thought and her hesitation made him nil the mora persua sive An IntfresUng Situation At length sbe accepted him jast as Aiary came into the parior and turned up the light Rogers then discovered that he had proposed to the wrong girl He made profuse apologies aid the sisters kept him in hot water for an hoar Then released him from the engage ment and left him to finish out tne even ing with his speckled beauty It waa too itotxl a joke for Martha to keep and she whispered it to one or two of Rogeis friends the next dar THE HOOS1EH WIKE i I Political Headquarters at In dianapolis Closed UMBRELLAS i CLAIMS OF THE TWO MANAGERS III ID 1 i n i ti be tt V till y euiineu me p rLi XonYor I ion tti m Tit f mio s nppli itiui I ht 1 reply him Yours truly A SOME MORE SHARP WRITING The Oiv sengir a Ti e retary Nodle to W J Keniiv s druiits co lit His Hind yes1 erdV sent a note the representative of t h ilHjor in die cecsus i controversy rciiuestini theyuuiner j ation books etc of the police census be j forwarded to him as je wished to make an examintriou or them wirh a vieiv to j uVciiJins upon the nnyors for a reiiitin of tilip iimaiivi to thj and pleasure or m OLD HONESTY Tof nole Mr K tiny der it s rirtin let the ilnuini tinl lily l rep 1 tti it he un if m A vr GruH tiat to o u f M Iv Oll iiis Cjire since the poiii i was i akua aud he did not believe he was justfil ui allow ing them out of his iy Tired of So Much Suspicion The secretary later eut a note to Mr Kentir in which he sttid that it was never of desceno Will Ieduce the Rate of Porstjujo OTTAWA Out Nov is officially auuninceil ihai the Dominion govern ment decided to reduce the rate of pntiiiie to a 3cent instiul of a 3 centrate throughout Canntu am to the United S Session of Congress WASHINGTON CITY Xov special f tit to n York pnper yesterday says There is udiciil authority fur the stnte ment that an extra session of congress win be cjilJeii to meet oa Nov 11 or Xov IS Fire in Summl Whites carpet mills at PhiluUlpiia MiMulny caused a los rf Dug Out a Pot Full of Gold KANSAS CiFY Mo Nov the old Kpft iMniuste id just west of Argau ttnv Kau John R luert and Jame Hai loway weie excavatiuir for a foundation firr a biru when they struck HU iron pot tine I coin amounting to about Fire in a MilUwrv BEKLIX Xov barracks and arms depot nt Lyck were burned jestor i d A quantity of amnaunitioa and i 90COO rifles were A stick of rinnfunun boiled with dried in his thought nor could be consent that prtmes rmproTeB their flavor Seems to Have Deserved It XEW YOUK Xjv t David Deianjy is iriLT in Si Catharines hospital suffering from a fractured skull while his brother Frank who ad mits having infliciei the injury is a pris o cafye uf tbe precinct police The injured iunn is as shiftless and luirretwiune aud of no regular occupa tion fiaik told the police that his broher hati ijiucn his nose hit him in the eye knocked ius head against the So r and then ilrena knie on him In selfdefense he had hit him on the head wiih the coffeei which stood on the table near his hand Two Young Miscreants Tuor X Y Xov Vandele 13 years old and Willie Tolee 9 years old were arrested yesterday for setting fire to the clothing or Alary 4 years old and caasing her death ZJig Dry Goods Failure DESVEB Cola Xov big dry goods house kaown as the Alcazar Piisseil into the hands of the sheriff yes terday on nuachmeats amounting to nearly iHOOOOtl Kepreeumiive Mason member of con gress fnjm Chicago is mournintr t Ae loss of bis 4vearoUt son TLJchild d eI at Wiishingtoi City of diphtheria FRENCH ART SEIZED Some Vtry Nasty Pictures Uuii in by Lon don Police LOSDOS Nov remarkable seizure of pictures was made yesterday iu the fHshioniible quarter of Pall Mall which hns crealed a sreat deal of excitement tlironijhotit tbe iity for the last three the moral mind of London has been shocked by the exhibition at the art gal lery in Pull Mall of a serins of paintings illustrating the work i Habelais They are by M Garrier who painted Xaaa with such remarkable suggest iveness The pictures are all indecent aud some of them were so bad that they were put into a private room itito which ladies were not allowed to euter The gallery has always been crowilei since it waa opened Inspected Ottlcers Yesterday I he chief jiolicis superintend ent of the district Mr Fisher accom PJIU ed by Inspvctir Conquest entered the giillery aud strolled about looking ai the pictunu Then they entered the pri vate gallery and to tb conatoiuation of the visitors saized all the pictures tlint were on exhibition Then the do trs of tbe gallery were closed The prosecution of the owners will commonce to day at the Bow street police court PririlMKlit at M i iniiipolln JIISXKUoLis Nov liiclt Leiweon the Black Pearl of this city an I ivullelier of B is for a purse oC flOJii occtirrel lat at the Twin Uiiy Athletic ciul moms an 1 was awarded Iearl in tne twentieth round 1here was very litile liiihting done In thi lirt seven rointli nut a blow was suilek lii llie eixhluemli there win a nill Hindu by Pearl In twetiiictli iarl chasd ifelleliir iirrjnid the rini rtiid liim a biow Kelielier winc ilown He was carried li hs room a Id a physician calf wh C rtlliud thai bi huij been nil in ill stuimuli dtir ing flitlit A claim 1 foul was miile for thisi reason ii th round but disallowed A JJnrinij I mMinimis KANSAS CITF M 4 J Wiiliims yiiars nd mployed at the slock yards died yisierlay in Armotir daUo the effects of injniis in a runaway last Sal llday uius was riilina a horse on llckoy near Tweiflh lie was run mo by l luitfuy and Ihnjwii oft his horse Hs hfad struck tb curbstone fracturing his skull Williams wns noted for iiUdur inLi ijals of and was at lime a member ol Bull lo Bills wild west show Hold ltolliry at liruillnrtl Pa UlUiFonD ija Xov j 0 oclock las nuhi G org E Alien cashier of the BiilTilo HoLiKtcr and PiLtsbtirg rail way was kncked down and robbed of by an unknown man Allen wan tak ing the money to ihj express otlice He as met mar the freight office by the thief ninl c urnaniied to stand aid de liver He refused whereupoi the man hit him in the fate with the butt en I ot a revolver knocking him downind esc iped with the money The Claims Kt the Capital UlTY Xov Icailers of the two great parlies haw mule tip their claims so far as congress hi con corned iu the result of todays election Chairman Flower fir tlie Democrats puts tbe probable Democratic mnj irity over Republicans at thirty Thu secre tary of the Republican congressional committee presided over by Mr Bslden claim a Republican preponderance over the Democrats of from seven to ten Ihp Irish lclejfates XEW Yons Xov 4Tne Irish parlia mentary delegation passed r quiet day though many Irishmen of local promi nence called to pay their repects Among tfe Rev Jolin Nolan j of Madison J wuo said he had raised j tSOO for a famine fund I What the Alliance TDV CITY Xov u p0Ik president of the national assosiatiou of the Farmersr Alliance arrived in this city Inn flight He claims that thu Alli ance has assurances of electing twenty lir of tite next and thatin that event wiil Inllth bal ance of power wiiicbever of tne oitl par ties may sictre a prrponderance Wns Tincl uf an Invalid rosDoUT X Y Xov 4 wife of Erastus L Clark editor of The Daily Freeman ro nniittel siiici ie yesterday fay taking laudinum and corrosive subli mate The lady has been a confirmed ia vald for years from rheumatism aud this is the supp sei for the risa She nvas 39 ye irs of age Not to X iv Ida M llcw mau ai t bti relative have be n yreatly by the rtcenttv prbisiLd report of ier tiiarriigj o Martiidduke tilhas of Denver Mrs Hovujan siys iiiot enj phalcally iiit snc is not married to AJar tiukLiidiias tnat sue does no propose be to any oue aud hatsne not only nut know the alleged brlde isroum but never uead of nim The Gloucester 31 iriiie iieport GLOCCESTKR Alas Xiv t he annual rejcrt of the kss oi v fri m this port for the yearshows ihat eighteen vesseis have lest ou wmcti there wait an in surance of J he of Lves lost ii y sis During the previona year there Were lonrleell lose vritU insurance The uamber ot lives hisi seventy per csnt of the ruea lost were loeiiUeirs Petitions for Blrehialla vc OTTAWA Out Xov oas fnm Eagiiin 1 for Birchahs reprieve were receivei at the deiianmant or They signed by per soin ali piirts ot and Walts They bejir 1090 signatures j The Keturna of ToMtirrow Will Show i Which In Correct Irmour I Ttlls Why He Will Slove His Stock yurdd to Luke with s The WHbash Hud Chicago and Erie ISDIAXArous Nov head quarters were practically closed Monday as all the clerks left for their homes to i vote Both Michener and Jewett ap peared to be confident of carrying the state Wnen asked how the battle was going Cbairmin Jewel t said There will be some Wg this yeir and the Democrat as a genersd thia will b ben efited by them Tuers has been a won derful change iu the v He of some locali ties nnd all ihe changes have been against the Republicans Is will take five figures to sbowiho Deiuocvalic plu rality on the state ticket and the legisla ture will be reiiably Democratic View of Chairman Michenci said ibe Repub lican organ sjition is good all over the than I have ever known it in HU off year If the voters have been well and will c me out to the pollg as they should we will eect our state ticket will gain from three to live con gressmon na4 will make large gains in the legislature Were it not tbat tha next legislature will have the election of a United Suiies seuat r I would have not the least doubt that we would go into tbe legislal ure wiih a sweeping Republican majority As it i 1 have strung hope that we will have a nifjorMy on joint bal lot in tbe general assembly STOCK YARDS IN LAKE COUNTY UNDERWEAR AND GLOVES Largost Variety Lowest Prices DEWENTER Big Chicago Fork 1ackers Uur 3700 Acren of IJanti JlspIAXAioLis Xov dispatch from Chicngo saysMessrs Armour Swift and Morris the three big packers yester day confirmed the reported purchase of 3701 acres of land in Lake county Indi Htm for stack yards purposes They paid on an avernge about J1SO per acte for the land snaking n total of a little over SioO 000 Make n Great Saving Hi an interview Mr Armour said The reason we have taken this move is to save M on every car that is switched into our present plant Switching charges are ti each way while down in the new place the could be done cents Amilion dollars put into a plant there would be aide to buck against llie SSUUOOOO capi tal invested in tbe Union Stock yards Work will be begun in a few weeks aud the yards ought to be completed some tima withiu the next two years The Wnbash Litigation INDIANAPOLIS Nov Woods made an order Monday requiring the bnsh to show cause by Saturday next why the United States marshal shall not the CliicRgo aud Erie rhilraart full posses sion of the railroad of the old Ulilaatgo and Atlantic between Hammond and Laketou Junction by removing therefrom the trains of the Wabash company This or der also requires Wabash to show cause why it snould not be enjoined from further prosecuting the suit at Wabasb this stite in which the court at that piae is aked to enjoin tbe Chicago and Erie from removing from its tracks the trains of tbe Wabash A Load of Shot in iiiis Ear INDIANAPOLIS Nov hunting quail near Bluff Creek James A Pry came within range of James S Shaffle bergers gun and received sixteen shot the majority taking effect in his ear mid hand Mr Fry wts aiming his gun aud iu the act of pulling the trigger wljin struck He will recover Another Itnilway Line COLCSIBUS luil Xov the de cision of the Mouon to exiend its road to Evausville from Fiench Inck Springs a company is being organized and will iile articles of us ocaiion tuis week to con sruct a nal from this city to Kietich Lick making a ihrough Jine to Kvans ville Suicide oi a Farmer TEUKE HAUTE Ind Nov F Johnson a farmer iu this county com mitted suicide Sunday by taking strych nine The only known motive for the act was a temporary financial embarrass ment He was is years old He leaves two grown sons Fire in a Foundry INDIANAPOLIS Xov While employes were preparing for nickel plating Sunday evening in Markey Cos foundry a ket tle of pitch caught fire the flames spread ing througti the budding and causing 17 000 da mage Sundaj and the Worlds Fair INDIANAPOLIS Xov Uuion isters at their regular meeting Monday resolved that we in the name of tbe Christian people procst against the open ing of the Columbian expostion on tbe The President Is Coming INDIANAPOLIS Xov Atelegvam from Washington City status that President Harrison left there Monday morning for this city The will vote aud then immediately return to the Ctfuital Fall of Derrick PITTSBURG Pa Xov 4 derrick on a trestlework on tbe Ohio con necting bridge above freble avenne Alle gheny fell yesterday from a height of thirtyfive feet Jerry Anderson Robert Boyd and James Cogrove wlio were working on the derrick fell to the ground amid a mass of broken timbers Two of the men and bijily injured and their deatu ifeare 1 Looting Abroad lor Trade OTTAWA Out Xov Dominion goverument has decided to adopt a vigor ous foreign trade policy now that the McKinley bill will divert Canadian trade from the states It has been decided to take tin mediate steps to promote ciaier trade relations between Canada ana West ladies The Hon George E Foster min ister of finance to the Indies this week on a trade mission lie will visit Barbadoes Trinidad Jamaica the Bahacaas and Bermuda LocisvmE Xov James Qainton aged 13 accidentally shot himself through the heart at his home at Glasgow with a revolver which a sister had left in a bug gy His father was so wrought up that he became insane and a sick sister has be come so rnoch worse from the shock that may die mm AGAIN WITH SPKC1AL PIUCES ON Watches Clods Jewelry Silverware And Spectacles Use Hauks Glasses 25 years ex perience Make no Broadway P A H AUK The Jtteler and tyliiiu Do lour Pants Bag at the Knee Of course they do and naturally you would like to overcome it Then SfreeSers Trousers Stretcher The only article of the kind that a tailor can recommend as doing the work thorough ly without injuring the garment T Si A If Merchant J O VivrvlVjr Tailor Sole agent for Logansport for infants and Chliclren i recommend i t aa superior to any prestnpcion I to me H A Ajwnxii Ji D iu So extort st Brooklyn K r j Castoria enms CYUe Cvli Bpur Stoniioh 7iirrhQa iunieuiuon Kills Worms gives sleep Aad protucteii di i Tritllom iujurioua modicatdoo Tnit CESTAIR COHPAST 77 aurrmy Ptrret CHICAGO REAL ESTATE creased from fOOOOO In 1S30 to lSOOCOO In IS90 Avail voursclvnn to buy iiowTbefore lb irreil VioHds Fair Bets In next Spring and doubles prices We can sell you lots In ocrnew West Maywood Subdivision from tioo up Has for years lirstclass Investment Think of It Chi infos population haIn TERMS CASH AND MONTHLY on la only one block from If W Ti R Beiut ISld Our Subdivision la only one blockfroa lw Traded trees surveying abstracts and warranty deed with each lot j waIkB bnllt ittecU Blitb and ijiy jnaln UIDKD jug a IBI i HIi a o il 11 vmitittijf uettl will ettlD tot lllfo Bud sewer built best drainagein Cook Countv Ujree larijo factories employing nearly I 000 men within easy walking d I stance Cburrhci and nparby liouws up m every direction Neighboring lots gelling from f25 to No higher Lakeet Hoad now bulldinel passes directly bv this profwny anl the Madlwret Electric It now securing he right of way from the present line to Maywood When are fltlihed we will have the best transportation service In Cook County The Chlcaeo A Nortliwett era B It now slops 41 trains dally at MujToodHere you have opportnnltr lo ppo I S Iff BLC References Fort Dear S Iff BLOSS CO 107 DEAHBOBN STKKBT CHICAGO rbom Notional Bank and the Park Lumber Company ABBREVIATED TELEGRAMS lit Etna it giving warning of an erup tion An epidemic of diphtheria prevails at Am boy Ills The annual inseting of the Bro herbood Base Ball league will be heid at instead of Ciucinrati Eighty tons of rock and earth fe 1 from a hill in Allegheny City Ia Mondaydo ing little damage however The cordfure manufacturers of Xew York and Xew England are credited v1h on intention of forming a trus1 Dom Pedro late of Brazil has BO it is reported asked of the Brx ilian republic to gohom to die Emperor William will personally at tend the of the newly restored Wittenberg church on the door of which Luther first ported hi famous thesea Le Baron Holt Co a wholesale dry oods firm doing business in Chicago failed Monday Tbe are re ported at fiJ with assets about the same Charles 131 the i in io penitentiary tor life or the iiuir li r oi bis employer Kurgcun iciira J n X G at Cim iniiiti ditii iii llie jc Moulay of Frank Gritite a haired ii man living at ill e streel ltiii stabbed his son four um s w t i o ket The latter weal home dtink au assnulted his father While John of Dorrhoiter X J was hunting near X 0 londay h sfjot a hut n u3 Oe i was a deer Jay Hulluian of tw iugs Xcck a otiitr un er The fnniou lltli iJlcCoy feud ha beengivea a nrv by the shoot iag of B id MjC iy m L in i iy W Vi lie n d kiled e g iu men and bis oody was ri id ed with buhets Tee jg namel have bvii iiitii r 2i o imsi c B MercliaLit Xi inik of Cnai irjoga Tetm cti u ci 0 J tirs Xcioual bank of tiiuht CHIJ t JoVJW Tbe i t jran t iirKeU at San Fraiiciscii ir tne oilljes of Pullman ci njaiy Hail tale aul Lock company sa i burned Mouiiny sa aoa wj h small inurince Ixmis E i Frjuctirnan is un der arrest tt swmdiinif Mrs Ieoniiia Hnriti j a jirei y widow out of uO litsiU 1 couple of rolls of lead ppe r inliemtobi gold com for tiie mo A DolicenjAn arresrej n i c nductor b cau young Chief who be tried to catch ha i trel tu pick pockci ami in catching the thief uhcd hm dovii und LruKd hie inoutli a justice fined the cosrs mouth ami r a jusiice fined the conductor fj aud s rim Wimtliir We Slay KMMCI WAHIIIXGTON ITY Nov arv weather 1 liicalioim for thlrttlx huri from H p m jeitcrdiy Jror v atit r until s ay warnicr fjr Intiaiii and Kair and wanner til ury wiiils Kr warmer wahjr re e IK b iijiilran or MMW Oi tlv IUKr norihue 1win H K r Micji gHi fiir wcatbtri Uyper MK iMan wirme wiuls on ThU We bear much of the laws delay and neraHy the criticism is well deserved but on occasion Liw and lawyers can act very promptly The case in point is the quick wit of yotmg lawyer in the lavr courts of London recently A man WM taken uuddenly ill w tiilc listening to a case having evidently been talked to death and after s fainting fit expressed a desire to make his vrill The lawyer seeing that the uian was dying snatched np his shirt front which had been re moved to give Um air und scrawled the will on the linen and got it signed jnst in time as the man immediately expired Goods Economist Tin cleaned with paper will shine twt ter than when cleaned with flannel POWDER Absolutely A cream f tarter powder of all In ment lieport Aug 17   

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