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   Logansport Pharos (Newspaper) - November 7, 1890, Logansport, Indiana                                LOGANSPOKT DAILY PHAROS 16TH YEAE FRIDAY EVENING NOVEMBER 7 1890 NO 165 JOHN GRAYS For Missos Chil cJron Men and Boys Of Oouisoovory ne knovvS that kouj ttifj larycst and best Siock of Underwear In tho nortrvvostorn part of the State fin soli at pncos that no one firoLonds to moet Corno nl onMO as now is tho time to iritku ilia change TALKING1T OVER Material 12thSt Drusr Store FURNITURE PRICES THE LOWEST Our Designs None hut the Uent Workmtinsbip Alfjvcd to IjOtivt our Salesroom J ff SURE CUBE FOE BATARRH FOll OVEli FIFTY YEARS tliis o SdVcriignKftiiHdy has stood tbe test riul stands tnilny the best known fnuiiy for Cutarrh Cold in the Head inl IVrsistin its use and it flTift no matter of how long standing tlie case ttny be For sale ly ilruirjjists c on the Election and Its Results SENATOR GORMAN OK THE CAUSE Thlulis Coupln of Tickts foi if Strimtor iiin CITY GonnjiM its an iiiiMvi1 mid llmt IK victjrv wjn an vf I radiciit branch t fcrth itiruiLC t f Iff tirnf f hii whtu tin Mither a liB Of MooullRYu KANSAS CITV Mo Nov returns from do not the situation materially us an nounced heretofore The only ai e change is the certain election of Brod erick Rip Muonligbt Dern in the Irt district This will rnuKLthe Kansas ie egniion stand Re publicans 2 Farrmrs Alliance 5 The alnte ticket is still in doubt with chances favoring the Farmers A liance Ulu I In ocracy ti K publicaim You he s ijd in IJ574 d pass We fnid houst fro n itut tium until the ekrf ion t hu country thouyli liad propnstrl ra liunl muas iro ana lost hipnMtMir tuitisc r innnt AhhU Ktl inliin Tlie rvntivii penile if f In country fire very to they zuiicfivt tu h radical Tliijy havu repll luitid i for tlicir rndioti The senator wnH anked if hu Itionght rictory WOK Id he hfUiijj M it would In DctnneratH rhu ticxr Tc dfpetids upon tin ir cmnmi If they inttnt i KS ntii i vc thiy may a itis uf Hejmblleans Curry North Dakota Nov Journals j Pitrgo D special sayj that iocorit j ptete returns indicate that the legiHlature will havt6 Republicans out of 03 mem ber ihti balance being divided between the Democrats arid Independents John son for claims 600U ma jority Imt it may not go over 3000 HiirUf Rep for governor will have 4000 majority The entire slate Republican licktt U uiected THE MERRYGUN It Gets in Irs Daily Work Manslaughter KEY WEST FLA RIB OF A FEST Ih SHERIDANS GUSS FOR 92 lie of NuiMiifi Titli IITY 1 i Jiii A Sliiridiii ihc K uivitor in an interview puhhtlitMl liu mys ihnt Pa t Unas Uctiot us uuvcruor of LVnnsylvniiiii iiiikis him flsiinci pros Hi iai pissitjilUy Hi ink iinlumlt t Jon Sinriilan Unit HI will Ij s tho nnin in of his party aid Ihat ticket will nad 1iitJiion and Hill Thitik of woiidurful Trci city otnpi ruliei1 cf Ihiladil phi t unrt mayor nut Is tin H tnan iroiu hij it What will OIIP ticket b Maj MrKininy uil CM f iii 1MH by tn 1111111 ind Tiobncly tlsc wil I Ini ltt pi and si tin t i Aft Kin Icy and Itund d Eatlismi itwl Ull MclinLy r anything to his tick IilajopiLy in iif for will read are i t lit and for DtttiiocfiiLic ST Xjs 7 There wilt be a big Democratic jubilee y a turd ay evening in the Exposition Music hall Sen ators Vtist Cockrell Govdrnor Fnin CIH Gen John M Pilmer and the four teen Democratic elected m Missouri are expected to be the speakers Slid Incident o Election KAU CLAIKK Nov Isadore Couk diiMl yesterday from excitement He was elected shcrilF of this county last Tuesday nnrl had been ly agitated ieuniing of the SLICCJSS of IIH party Ohio Republicans claim the Seventeenth district Me Kin ley loses by jibmt Merriam is eUate I in Minnesota by a small pliiraiity The elect Ciistlf Harris and O M Hall the Re mid the Alliance proba bly I Id wrMMi for coujf rtsH South looks like the meat of thi Alliance Connecticuts legislature will stand Hep nbli cans 140 Democrats 136 Mor riri Dem lacks thirtyone of a majority for yoverhor Figures are partly uaoifi cfal Arkansas elects a solid Democratic con gressional The election in New Hampshire is la Joubt neither party having a majority Tor governor and both parties claiming the legislature Jliu Xev York legislature ij one Dem on joint ballot which will put a D iiiOrat iu Kvuris place Senator Quay says the renson of the up heaval Wits hick of Htipublicjtn votes California is generally 10000 Kpnb lican AND mm immw FI10M THE BACK COUNTIES tially Altt IT IS TRUE that if tobacco chewers insist upon trying the Will NOT rii KciiiiMH TV X v 7 Sppingtiid say JVlIlillL IVCiM Vi a iKU t K 1 DeinotTais apt io liiivt1 Itiii i tire trt t I paicli said joint bal i the F M U A llaiinei he htill t I G L Ljrain t nim JlllllLP hist in ipoin J ipth i nd Myurs t iy UILolHcial the logisla this tits II Domocrata v f niH The iacludud the t t Whflll ii i supdirt on S i IKlLOI or Firweli ays wnatip tnjin II U The The Tribune i his nu tion of U 1 un and jaudidalis fur s nttr i inI ly I A i paii iiuli ui feaui ia i ii taiut rei urns will be lhti is IHIL thar Juh I to honors iEu Tlchfi Semi next a M M li The Kd iVtr 8 nitjtu i s nitor PKMIT Wioivviri Bra oi Fun i nq o it y in is H t iie UMi not and lin il atur U I M ind about i rltroiis of incj ui rowfi It1 Diiiocra ic tiau iLt and SLMO 1 ud VLT i t h t f iu ti is de i i U ft fen It pU j du Lac N OM VIA N tflecil tv anil ln iuiui X r r y in M i ii i i I li 111 st M Hi Iill In I r r i u r l u1 i i i i wi iit i u i u r BOOTH MEANS BUSINESS Tho NiitiHl SulvntiiMiial nt Work un His Jriiit SclMwie of Cluirity ltlNDOX Nov 7 lioutllnf tliB Sill Army lian lost nn time In bmin Uj pnr in opurniinn his onter ol tho nnfortniiala invissi y of iMiglnnii lit lias pnrchastid fur ill nlil Inwry at SlioriTlitcll find ivli il it np is n house of rcfuyu ami clMjlnl iinlnsrry hfr c n ivs of tho uink htes nliiishyil as siKeiiily HS txsihlt in various pnrts of Loniiim ami lhy met ropolis is snllioenlly pro viilpil for tln workniU lie txtoiKtett in Mrclis from tho PinKli Are Coin ins in Ihi proniprncss in entering rpin iliu umlrrtaking has prndnotfil a iniprission Fnniisimre ponrcd in upon him willi nt any on his part ns to wliiii they should he nsud hut it is rcuardeil is a uiii and honorahle policj iif his part to eitahlish in experimental 3Hllon wljoo working cai hi observod bol h hy iliosi win liavti already conrrih uled and those aro Inclined to do HO shows Ihe generals couii denee in liis scheme for of the sample inxtkutioa would Imvu th ef fect of at once chucking tlu I ivv of con tribution Fredericks Thanks Empresi han written a letter to den Booth thanking him for a copy of his hook In Darkest England and promising lo rcul it with special interest Cardinal Minniiii also uri ten Geb Uooth a letler expressing sympatliy and encouragement It is reported llmt Km peror and tlie c zir have ex Dressed thiMapproval of tiie scheme and that several lCnjjlisi bishops have vvricten hopefully of it The Tough Ex31u or Low by the Chief f 1ntlce The Terror Han Airalnst His Fate at Ltut A Rich Tel as lluiichuian IortiiIIy Uounded by an Alleged nmngetl Himlmnii souri JudKU Gets Even ivlth an Ed I lor MoNTGcMEIir Ala Xcv T Cotindl of Key West Fia who a fen weeks ago dodged the Florida federa officials and escaped to Alabama a fu gitive from justice was shot in the heac and instantly killed at 11 oclock yester day morning by Chief of Police Gerald of this city Cottrell was drunk day and was arreste 1 by the police lie insulted the chief and challenged him to fight a duel Tbe chief in con sequence of the uireats of Cottrell hat armed himself with a doublebarrelec shotgun and was sitting outside of his office yesterday morning when Cottrell drove up in a cab After a few words had been exchanged bth men began firing with the result given above llecelveil Two DeHilly TV on The crowd soon fjatbcred around the pxmayors form as it lay in front of the police office His feet and body lay upon the sidewalk while his head and should ers lay upon tiie platform of the city scales The shot passed through his body and the second tlironjjli the fics either of which would have proved fatal He was slid gasping when tbe crowd be gan gathering His righthand pocket was turned bn f ouisidc indicating that he had his hand in his when ho approached the chief of police A gold headed cane layby his side He gnsped for ten or fifteen minutes after he was shot Eight month ago he married tbe daughter of Henderson of Xoitli Carolina Art TRAGEDY AT KANSAS CITY thy HAIIOII KxPuglllnt Kills n IVonl m nn from KANSAS CITV Mo Nov H Greever tbe wellknown cattleman waa shot and fatally wounded yesterday after noon by Charles Clifford an expugilist from San Francisco and at present a salesman from New York Clifford attd his wife have been living at the Holel An drews for some time In returning to bis room after a short absence yesterday aft ernoon Clifford founil tho door locked and Greever iuaide After Ciifford hud effected an entrance to tlie room through a window Greever opened tha door aud ran down the hallway Greever Sliysi It Was lilack IMiiil followed and shot him csviue in the sule eacli wound being snllicient to cause death In an amemoricm Miate rueiit Greever snys the woman invited him iitio the room went in when tiie iujband appeared with a revolver tellitig him to hold up his bands He re fu d and started lor tlie door when shot him Greever is an cxien sive ranch owner in Texas and is worth about Clifford has been ar rested THE JUDGE AND HIS GUN of Tin llilse llnll feiiiiuLUHl rimAiiaiMtA Nov 7 In parlor C the oiiiineiital hotel yesterday afier noun a meeting of the leaders of tho Hmthri houd biso ball organization was el i pnrpot of adopting some plan hy tlie may be eoiitunied on a prolilalile basis Tnedif lietiity is tho old one of toi many clubs for lliu and the consequent loss of money for tliu sioikliohlers The ihjet of the meeting was to decide wh ethe hall live or die iinu 4 p in i hit meeting adjourned with t he deiermiiiii ion that itshall live Ill idea most in favor is to buy out ihe League clubs in cities where both aggre gations have c libs but the League will have sotnei to say about tiiis No plan was perleoe I but another meeting will be hei 1 Tuesday at PUSHIL ple Ho h narUitile Vessel Launched ijK Xov Ten thousand peo d the reputed word beater ward C issard as she was success ftiily launched at Locus Point yeserd ly Hi clainud tiiat tills iron steamship wtmh is constrmte1 futhe Arrow Steamship company is capable of mak ing hir vlivi ml mi hour and will rev olutionize sliipluilding The vessel is al o Llaime I to be lirt roof and uninKa bkSie is rruiitniiiwnly appointed tbr and will cairy no freiulit iu state e Demo ir ve Ihe 11 piii m but wiii azt TJEST and for j pin n ISC I ntie crits a MJ tile Uliui at t ii b lint stand Uiuo ii or fre Dnuo re election tc Ilrfnelnp Hum its liojs Itocly NKW VintK Xov casket con taining the body of Minister Lincolns I son Master Abraham Lincln was taken j from the City ot yesterday und trmsferrel to i tlie ShTe railway sta im in Weehawken Ir was put in he dirccors cir whch had been placed at j the disposal of Mr Lincoln and hs family The cjir was attached to the I I limited express leaving at oclock j Tlie remiins will be taken direct to I SprinylKid Ills lluv Mil ObiMixiiius KilHorfor IliiOilier World Mo NV Thomas B Piee pieiiiUut ot tiie Gazette PniHing c of city was shot ami inur tiilly wunnded yesterday afternoon by Jolin Hiygins of Pilt county while they were eu route to their respec tive homes on a Missouri Pacific train Iliiinins wns n camliilali for renomina ion on i lie Democratic ticket as of tlie riMirt and Waa opposed by Price was defeated ailtl since then lie lias entertained a bitter feeling against Price A Ijviichinff TliinmtiMiiil Exactly what led to the trouble is not known hut Price received an abdominal wutiml ivlreh isnluioit certain tu rusnlt f iligLjuis Biirrendered to the au thorities at Houstonia and last night ShcnlTSniith received a telegram to come aiicrtbe prisoner ut once as fears of lynching were entertained A Labor 111 vesl liiloi Allroml OTTAWA Out Nov SCepane Jousselin special delegate of the French government is in Canada under instruc tions from the French minister of public instruction on n tour through Canada anil the Ltiited Elates llv expects to be live moiths tobeting evidence on the labor qlesl ion in the various manutactur uig eeiitTS and interviewing the leaders of lie various labr movements iu this coiliHry He will report to his govern mem in company with a number ol oilier delegates commissione 1 to make similar ii quiries in other CUinries Hallway Collision WESTNKWTOS Pa Nov 7The Wast Xewtou ace nnmodaiijn on the Pitts burg McKeesport IVmchiogheny rail oail due bere at S ociock ran into an agine and caboose one mile from here last night wrecking tin two engines two coaches and Ibe eahojse and sa rioilsiy hn not fatal y injuring Conduc tor Y laylor of fittsborg F A Mctiuire ir ikeman of Kean Pa and J A Bibcock iligman of Uhartiers all at the freight Tne injure men were re inov d to Pittsburg Dillon OHrieii at Philadelphia PHILADELPHIA Nov and OHnen given tlieir tirst public re ception in America ar the Academy of Music ii this cay lat a large ancl enthusiiistic orowi Iveiiifj present Col A K McCiure and Postmaster Feid acted as treasurer Tiiere waa a pa rade of Irishmen and tlva academy was dtcoraed with Amercati an I Irish col or Archbishop Hyan Mrs Parnell iirc pivsent DHon an OUrien spofca nd he c ntribuiiuus up NO RECOUNT FOH GOTHAM Secretary Notiles Latesc Coutribution to Hie Cimtriivursj CITY Nov Xobie evening1 replied to Major Grams last application for a recount of the p ipulatiun of New York city and for the second time refuses to allow the re count He quotes tho mayors last appli cation for a recount and says There are aonie ercuses presented by the mayor why the pnpers are senl on in the shape they are that renderlt not inappropriate to not cc t iiat tiie first announcinetit of the United States nt 1513501 on the rough count was made as early as i July 18 last and was tiien widely pub lished while the p dice count did liot be gin until Sept 29 last Thus seventy days were liiovved to elaps1 Defore any steps were to corieit the United States census if deemed iucorrecr and it is not tlumirht that any that may QOW be required is to be charged against the bureau as an unreasonable de mand Sufflcif nt Fittof The statement made in the present ap plication the secretary says that it was not the intention of tiie mayor in calling atteniion to the enumeration made by the police force of ew York to rest the case of the city wiih the proofs already in the possession of tlie census bureau is incon aistent with liis action in appealing from the superintendent to Ihe secretary The superintendent in h s reply to the mayors application had stated that tbe demand was without the support of any facts ofli cially knotrn to the teasas office and that a cae presented iu dua form would be de cided on its merits If the secretary asks it was not tiie intention of tbe ap plicant to rest his on the proofs al ready in the possession of the census bu read why did he refuse to present addi tional proofs and to make a case if he couldf The Uiifiisul of the Itooln The secretary says the proofs submitted iy the mayor were admittedly imperfect and in these circumstances to have given tiie secetaij entire freedom of action in tic premises without the supervision or presence of any ajient of tha applicant ivas the least that could have been offered the secreiary His position and his obli ations HLioall the sureties necessary to entitle him to this confidence The re isal of ihe books the secretary says eaves ibis cise substantially where it was when the last opinion was delivered These books having been withheld there s no evidence whatever before the secre ary of the authenticity and reliability of he police count or of any insufficiency n tile United States census taken in LNDiANAAiTAIRS Bynum Wants to Wield the Na tional Gavel SITTJATIOir IS THE LEGISLATURE Liv Iit by Won t Trr Hiir j j M rraln UulIIUr Sw Nut j UluJilTilH BALFOUR IN Ho tho i Icstn nnd Tnlks to the to a Nationalist DUBIIV Nov 7 Balfour and party left Garriek at 9 oclock a m yesterday and after traversing forty miles f D HieuU arrived at Gleiities nt 7 p in Bad und almost inaccessible ronda made be journey it one the party compelled to do considerable walk ng The prusts at tho various villages visited were interviewed by Bnlfonr who Iso inspected the crops and distributed nooey the poorest peasams At Plenties Bilfour addressed an audience ot ttborers asnrng them of liis sympathy nd hopi that he would nd a way to dispel their gloomy fore odintj that the railroad to connect Glenr ies witli Strancllr could not be coru lencLd in time to prevent distress An Irish M Ps Opinion During Secretary Balfours visit to Dangloe McNeil M P for South Donesiil eclared to hint that his efforts to better condition of the country would be tless unless coercion were abandoned alfour in reply smilingly referred to le enthusiasm with whioh lie had been cceived everywhere as a Justification of is policy IJInooveiry BERLIN Nov National Zeitung ays that a motion will probably he in roduced iu the landtag to provide for the rection of a bacteriological institute hich shall be placed under tlie charge f Professor Ivch The Empuror SVill irn who is deeply interested in the proy ess made by the professor in developing is discovery receives almost daily reports rom the laboratory Professor Koch has rmally promised to make public prop rty of the secret of bis treatment for the ure of consumption by inoculation He pcks no material or personal advantage srough the discovery Money for Agricultural WASHINGTON CITV Nov 7 oble yesterday madd a requisition on he treasury department for the amount ecessary for tbe apportionment of 00 each to the named states 1 defray tlie expenses of agricultural col yes Minnesota Ohio Michigan Ind lilii Kansas Wisconsin and Illinois The ecretary in a circular letter to thjgiv nors of hee states especially calls heir attention to the law which pro des that no distinction shall be made students on account of their color The Llemocrncy ITittr Sol Jewetti Not a Camtidiee for A MHII Live b Tr INDIANAPOLIS N Byuntns Irieiuls anno ince that he will be a candidate for speaker of the next na tional bouse of lepresentativej and that he will enter into correspondence with memberselect in tita Ijidy Full returns on candidates uive the Demo crats sixtyfour on jo nt Iwlio tvo dis tricts which are very close and re isona bly doubtful not bein Included Demo crats hav niaie sticii gains in holdover senatorial disTicts that it will be impo sihle for Itpublican j to defeat Senator Turpie in Many uf Ihe districts car ried Ttlcs ay were considered safjly K publican while in which elections will occur two years hence are Democratic Jewett Issues an Address Chairman of ibe Dmoci ttiite cen ril coioniiUee has issued UK foliivvi a I hess 10 ih party FELLOW stale coinirit tee sends y u etint tula ions and for Ihe irlorimi work on Tuesday Voi have been vleiiriiHis aloiu tiie entire linam eultd milstate cnn rsiona an 11 tic s by the larprsl rn j iie g ven in nmri tliunthirty yiiiis This is the ivsti I uf viiii personal exert in s fur tho elms you loveaid ed ly car CMS Jlemocratie and ind p n en rt rs H 1 uf which untraivmiee eticcl and lecnii e of tlie d inibi provisic s of ursjilid d viiXliuii law lilt hi time of triumph unii rejoicing It a 10 he rt niooihereil by liemoerats every where t uit a Kreat strtml is at haact To eler a e IM cratic n India ii in i h rie You have accomplished inn hlritinire mains tu lie one Pr serv your tions and slreiikthe t 11111 Iulcihite do ely how you luny retain at he ee tiov the advantage yon gained in you severa ciiuts nt this o e Above a I ex end Democratic newspapers en oiirairernent and substantial support Do everything in your power to iniriasi their cmulalim anl ex tend their intluen e Ie untiring tearless ind Kenerons in the party servi per w 11 be achieved al tbe neit UNDERWEAR AND GLOVES Largest Variety Lowest Prices pr niunnl an election Grrty Xof in Mm In an interview Tnurs ii exGovernor Gray said lie would not enter into a con est with Senator Voorhees for the Untied Slates senate As G ivernor Gray is ihe only man in ibe saio ho has been con sidered us an opponent to Senator Vo ir ifes the iatiert reelpction is now con ceded ni all sides Sitnrday niuht the U Him r its will hold a great jolliliintion loner of Ihiir victory Scnatnr Voor lees exUovernor Gray Cliairmnn Jewett nd other eminent politicians uillaiwak leres J WHATS IN ihn ulmv A A NAME WUNCIE Jnd Nov T Adnms treel Iliis city resides John Qiincy dnms a widower veil 05 years wiio for a loni time has been on nonr sbment rrceived from the meat of rats vhicil lie catches in traps ri ed hriiUKhcmi his neiiihborhoo 1 sudicxly hat ir s ralches cnaldc hint o use buttinc hoiciSt fit yinnu nhcii ire llle a rbii ken nd ir pared by ilnold leliinv a lotirtvvife won d a MJ iini Uows This fur jure Iail Tlie old ones not so line are boiled own for Iflrd wiih which to mix his pie nil breaddoxiKh When qns ioned Id feilow stated thnt a he oncluded that if Cliiimmpu cnnld cat nts heccnld do likcwiebut his ui e and hildren objected and until i heir dciirt ire ten yeas aiio tie was deprived ot tlie near Of I lie meat he savs It is MS iie s any wiM to bo Imil1 Hu delights n showing tie nice ones when captured ohis colored widow tenant who occupies part of i ho house Snvox Moimy on SSI r0 i Week Adams his six rhiiiircii ere twentyaeven years afo from near iqna Ohio a wealthy man but soon st what ha had in the eollnisol a na liinexliop Since then his wife did his hildren are married and ofne he lows not where it is lintigit by many verty has driven him 10 liisnvfiii diet ui rlitts liov isii is to ve nn his rent ilot pr wek and save louey FEMININE WHITECAPS Until I DKS tki nnrs fr Your ceaer for crt aVm it v unof counties 1KTV 111 etC r 11 Kl fur Mtrttiry of tit b ilnrality aji JiJe rest of the Kejrn liiic ticfcec by I pluralities somewhii siinlr HeaJer son Rep is elected to in the j Thirti district bv a maj irity of ST3 and j Blick in the Eihih br a majority of I vR The delegation tc congress will j itand five Democrats and six Kepubli I An Over Prod ncrion of LONDON Nov 7 Madrid advices state 1 that yreat consternation has been cauped clerical circles by the news that priests i not of native origin are lobe expelled I from Mexico us tiie Mexicos priests are I the ranks of tbe clergy are already over crowded TinTerritjlo iliiili thor la FlsDLvr O Xiv Black diphtheria an epidemic fonu in Cyg net a village north of this city The schools are all closed business praciicaily suspended in tfca town A number of deaths have occurred and persons are leaving the place Ijy a Train i DOVER X H Nov the headless body of a man was fouid lying in the railroad track in this city The wan was evidently run over by soma night train His idenity bus not yet been determined He was about kO years of i age and five feet syc inches in height iitm iin Session HAFTFUUD Conn y v The first ses iou of the fifth annual conveuion oi arse majority of i e Cliristian Workers in tbe where lts Canada ojjenetl yesterday witli a arge Httendaice at this South church in this city At 10 oclock a m tiie devotionMl and praise began iei by the Hon SV R Hoirluid of Rev A II Torrey of Chicagci chairmin ot Tilie cjnventiOj delivered an was folttweii by tbe re port of the secretary A stick of cinnaTmm boiled with drad i prunes improves their flavor Will Make Cutlery Over Here Nov Dckinson f the Sheffield tool works has returned om the United Stati s where made n investitjation of tlie state of the hard ware and cutlery trade as articled by the new tariff He says it is cer ain that many Kiizlish firms in those lines will soon istabiish branches in tbe United States as it will be necessary for them to manufacture their uoods there or lose a part of iheir American patronage Tatiilitjat Jollification GREENFIELD Mass Nov 7While tbe celebration in honor of the election of Russell as governor was iu progress at Millers Falls Wednesday night a spark fronj a bonfire Jaaded in a bowl of powder near which were men engaged in loading a cannon The powder ex ploded fatally burning Harry Rooinson of tt indsor Vt and seriously injuring John A UrifSn and Andrew Kirbie of Millers Falls Uemarkaoltf Occurrence at Oxford LONDON Nov sensational shoot ing affray occurred at Oxford yesterday A lady whosj name has not beeu learned fired two shots fron a revolver at James Francis Bright DD master tt tbe Uni versity college the second ballet pene trating Ids side and inflicting a serious wound Toe would lw escaoed freight Bates to Go Up XEW YOKE Nov jointmeeting of the Trunk line presidents and representa tives of the Central Traffic association was held yesterday It was decided to restore rates to the basis which prevailed year The rates oa wheat go up to 25 s per 10 bushels and on corn to aJ cents to take effect oa the instant Saralis Son an Editor PiKIS Earnhardt con sidering herself bj some re marks in The Courier Francais news TEinil yment in viis veirnd hey Thrash WifrKeiitiT Until He floWlS willl Illill TiainF nd wiio fim ml imp occasionally beating a week ago y the ii liis neiyhlorhood that a rcpitirion of I he of fense would entit e him to a first ciasi U Wuel roll pinmisod reforma tion bir lat ViVdnc ilay niLhi le iuai i assaute I ii Wile rni sfreruiiing into tiie street Several women ruslied Trim ihir armed with rawhil s and tMrasiie1 I1 unmercifully He ran ihetreet purstieii ly the who bronslit their weap is down uti Ids shoulders nni arjsx his fUy at every jump Winlfroli hiwTn will pain paie a id iinuiescaped Died at thtt A nL Ind X ens KM years die noon TI urs lay Sae cl 01 riartha Pick d mar city at mother of eleven jCiiMrii Innfimernl atienuellj sixteen cnat irrmidchildeii sided on one farm in J seventy years ivn Le itidr u an i IIHI re for Hatter Furnisher HERE U ARE AGAIN k WITH SPECIAL PH1CKS OiN Wclies Clocks Jewelry Silverware And Spectacles Use Hauks Glasses 25 yoars ex perience Make no Broadway P A H AUK The Jeweler and Opticiu Do lour Pants Bag at the Knee Of course they do and naturally you would like to overcome it Then try XEreeters Sensifils Troosers Stretcher The only article of the kind that a tailor an recommend as doing the work thorough ly without Injuring the garment T A Merchant J O Tailor Sole agent for Logansport for infants and Children Cnatoirlifc is so irell adapted to children thnt I I recommend it as superior to anv I known to H A Aacnzu Jt D U So Oxford SL Brooklyn N Y j Caatoria cures Colifl Sour Stomach piarrhcea Eructation Kills Worms gives sleep aad dl Without injurious nz CKVTAra OJUPANT Murrar Stmet N 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