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   Logansport Pharos (Newspaper) - November 11, 1890, Logansport, Indiana                                LOGANSPORT DAILY PHAROS 16TH YEAR TUESDAY EVENING NOVEMBER 11 1890 NO JOHN GRAVS CLOAKS Ail Nov No A Lary Slock ns t No HuTbu i Pricos o Select from it to Soo thorn Gome LIBERTY Their Relations Set Forth Justice Field AND LAW by A DECISION IN A LIQUOR CASE JAY COOKES GfiEAT FAILURE Recalled by the final Settlement of All the ClatniH PHILADELPHIA Nov The trustee of the estate of Jay Cooke Co announces the payment of the final dividend upon claims presented before Monday next The final dividend Till be per cent in cash on iu451000 besides certain shares of stock to each of claim tocreditors holding that amount and upward With the payment of this dividend the affairs The Right to Sell Tanglefoot by the Drink Not One of lie Inalienable Onos Nor liIierint In Citizenship The i of JayCooke Co will be wound up and the total amount of cash paid on it will have been K1A per cent on 18430000 The Oitffinul Liatllitien The liabilities wheu the firm failed in 1873 wen nearly hut this amount has been States Authority Complete in the Matter of Power of Law to Regulate InilivMuul Freedom A Asntimptloii WASHINGTON Jnv Nov the su preme court of the United States yester day Justice Field dIivered the decision of the court in tin ie nt P Crowlty chief Th of police of San Francisco vs Henry hristeiisn appellee The court decided that the bard of police cotnmisioners of Sari IrancisCi lias arbitrary power to grantor refuse liquor licenses and ro I versed tle ordered the circuit cuurt for reduced by litigation various forms of re figure above named STEEPLE CHARLEY A Man Who Is to Reach Na tional Prominence GOT HAMS GIFT TO IRELAND HE WILL CLIMB A LOFTY SHAFT Belnif the 550Foot Column Erecfed In Jlemurr of A Jon Ho Has Just Completed and How He Man an SOOPound Cross to the Top of a Church Steeple with No Help Kxcept Slender Ropes NORWICH Coon Nov Steeple Charley has been putting an 800pound copper cross OQ the steeple of St Patricks church in this city He was about high SOME FAULTS TO BE OOESEOTED M a t e r i a 1 AT i2lhSt DragStore FURJNJTURE 1jJSl whtn tie fourth one was tUstrib utoil The fifth and fiual dividend brings ttit last chapter of this historic failure to n close IuM Claim In Full Durmn ibu prneuss of winding up the the northern district of California intricate the estate the Juy Cooke thu Ch who j interest lias actitiircHl ibout onehalf of the WHH chnrgvl liquor without j outstanrlJTjg claims through redemption licence rtrnandud the canst with diI anfl Purchase lu the diatributloa of Our Designs Noiii luit Hi ISct J IV Hemtai SODS DniAVS npKitA 11 tCSM WM In LAN M VNUiKK ON E N Kill r UNIV WEDNESDAY NOV 12 Al G Field Gos IAMuCS MINSTRELS Musiiurs Kiru MLMI us ami man War Troupo liiipmuil by I mix Puviors Sov rectionH to tftkw furrhir in with the npininn Justice Field discusstMi at lnutfth tho relations be twctrj UnJiqiior birmotfi lit id the lawn ot the c 311 it try All JtitftiiiiviHSuliJict Ho it is uiifonhicdly true that ir is the of uviry to ptirnuo any luwful subject rnly to such MM ire imposcd on all persons of tin sain aujf HX or condition iiufc the niid joy merit of this rJLjht and indcid uf all rights art sub ject rich st as may damned y the of the ctmiifry Lo t he safety health order and morals of the com munity KVIMI liberty Usulf is not unre stricted litviiHj to act to ones own will It is only freedom from re straint under conditions essential to the equal enjoyment of the saina rights by oihuiN Jt in l bun liberty regulated by law Tlitregulations gove riling ail the various pursuits of lifts are almost infi nite varying with the nature of the busi sonio rfytilHtions beinj designed to lesstii noise o htrs to health o hers to reinowo iocs and so on Tho IVrHOiuil Iihrty A If would hard nectssiry to men tion this vvire it inn for the position often taken mid vehemently pressed Mi at there is soineHjiny in princifJe and objttLtionabte in similar restriction vhuu applied to tho business ff selling by re tuil jiqttors U that an the liquors an used as a beverage and the injury foil cm tlnm if taktn in ex css is voluntarily inflicted and is con HMd o the parly their sale shnnhl 1H restrictions the coti t n ion fMiiiu that what a man should drink fpiMlly with vluit he shall eat is Hot properly mutter fur Why It Is HthlT fit Faulty Thre is positioii fin fe on of a fad h dees not exit that wlien th1 jitorM are tiikrti in the Injuries aiv t the paity ini The injury it j true iirst falls him in tils heiitli ttieliabit undermint in his murals which it atxi in creates Htt as ir leai iess and of pr lrrtirnl mimi it compromises and dumption to the wf re H200 creditors wiien the lirm i enough where he worked to see the ends failed T litre his been no dividend since of the world too He put up his slender rope ladder by which he goes up tovvard the zenith more Mian ten days ago but hafl waseher and other things delayed him Last Thursday he pulled the great shining croaa up to the stone tulipshaped pedestal on which it to staud Hun dreds ol people gazed at the human fly far up in the sky operating with frail looking ropes that seemed no bigger than cobvrebd to Uu spectators in the street to the the j T cross in its Place amount in he aggregate IaCC more than Cquated the extent of claims j no touu nave Uer I I I f at a Jollification I I I axils Council Deposes the Mayor I L 1 Jl I 1 Jl the has the THE PERILS OF WHALING Steeple Charleys ropes are not much i biirtior than a clothes line It is a mystery how he manages to scale a shaft with hi is little cords to say nothing of haulinu a ponderous cross after him He didnt pull the cross all the way outside the steeple but tooK it through one of the slits in the tower thence up the Six Siil I on Killed by a Wluilo and Four Mure SAN FIIANCISCO Nov whaler Charles W Morgan which arrive Satursolid shaft by means of slender but povv day from Okholsk aeu reports the loss of erful tackle fixed at the pedestal on which six ot her erexv The men left the vessel At noon the climber had hoist in a small bunt Sept I in pursuit of a ed the cross to the pedestal there it rested It was cla in cloths which pro i Air i VmiTt nt 11 ti in vvhicii it to neglect of bua and general cfs those who are with and fUpiud I i it couciir f eviry tUi ami umutuniiy there ar few crinii and misery to socle t v e d nunii op in tux citing qnamries to be drunk at all iipin him tt rtu v f Curisi ian roinnmi of i to 11 1 qums iu Miii the time art ind iscriininitiily u parties applying No Inherent Kltflit tt SHI The statutes of Lvttty state show a grcHttr amount of crime uttribntablo to this thiiti to any oriicr sou ecu The sale of such liquors iu thin way has heretofore all times tin proper subject or cLisitivi regulation Lor tliut miLterf tlitirsa o ho fjlass miy benb solutely prnliibiud I is a question of public expediency and not nf federal law j Tfictv s in rtMht of a o jsull fuiox em ini liquor by ruiail it is a priviltui uf a cit iiuu of the stafe or of a tho LuiteiJ Stnfes Authority o t lio State In thu prohibition or ofilia trntfii may hi vestnt in nflietTs to diHide to whom to tyrant und to bom to IlfuM1 liq whale which they succeeded in harpoon ing The whale started oil at a rapid rate towing tho boat which contained the second mate and five seamen Ifog set in and they were soon lost from view A search was made for them btU they were never foiuid and it Is believed that thy whale smashed the boat killing the occupants Tim whaler Norwh al from Fox Island reports six men washed ovvr bourd during u gnlet but two ot the men were fortunately thrown back alive by a returning wavu MxpitMiMl for 1urty 1rcnnoti PiinAUKLlUiA Nov Demo cratic city committee at a meeting last night expelled Peter Monroe and W A McMnllen the Democratic lenders in the Third and Fourth wards for alleged treachery to the party at the recent elec tion These wards are Democratic strong holds but the Fourth ward wbioh ordin arily shows a Democratic majority of 1SOO gave only fiftyfive plurality for Pnttison McMulleu is charged with be ing responsible for this discrepancy Monroe is Hitid 10 have exerted the same influence in rhe Tuird ward I may not ays ferivil upon t IKM to liltpurtus iTi i ter v h ci does r j the stall1 or out j mmvr tinc i UiiiUl Star licences The ofiicera txercisy Uie power con with ivisdom or justice ctei Jut tliat is a mat aiTfc tiie aiuhnrity ot which can be brought of tlie coui the PJV UALITY OF PRICE Does VnrliSum Uul His ASMIMTON 1iTV re j poris that Mrs Jessie Bentuti Fremont i ivmiof iYn John Ficmont was in I BI i an en Ill c i re n instances brought forth niti sympaihy and ions Tor her relief lrv Kivuiont while vratiful fcrttu kinures reiutd any as sistiMice that Kjite her btfin tbd puMir in tif position of seekiiiLC chariiy She aks oiiy of her home wnnii sje ptiilKisid witii inotuy left her I by ler fat nor and she claims ihu j eor ticaUil in tau Francisco j in the prtTexc lljit it was j dufintr tiie hit i war for the do j fetisirf the hirhor of ihat ci yand which pays cent for Iu Memory of the XEV Xov The Socialists ot tins cily to the number of 00 held a metinji last night in memory of the exe culiotidf I h martyrs Spies Parsona et al in Chicago in 1SS7 Resolutions were adnpted denouncing lluj irosectnos of the Chicago martyrs as perjiires and criminal plutocrats An nadyiiij fenictuhfi nee uf the execution of the martyrs was professel as well as n de termination to abolish iv age slavery ases tor ou tho trnix dry Xov Richard opened his regular season at Grind Opera house last night aiid ilistinLfliisliecl amli occasion was made especially the debut before a Washington before a ence Th notable u City and eiice of Miss litbel Sprayae the daiiLih er of Mrs Kate Chase Spraiue fanuuis lor many 3ears iu society here Mss Ciiae appeared in a soubrutie role She was given a warm reception ItlastiMl n Coil Itepulatioii Xov George Heaver fur six years an exemplary book keeper in thu Franklin Xational bank was arrested last niijht charged with the embezz eiiietit of over 000 of the banks funds False entries were discovered iu Deaveis bonks and the Guaranty Com p my o X America who furnished SMUO bun Is for Deaver caused his ar rest the rnme nor iCtTeis to re I vith rltnlitune IIMON Nv stcrttarv of Hon Klwanl says in reply vo I s Uenifur Jhrit the number of iioops iu lioaud could be Lreitly less ened u rale that on the con trary it woul i ie nectary to keep a j No riHtirorufMiiiionin Hero WASHINGTON CITY Xov to a ivmark attributed to Chaplin the agricultural secretary of England that pliMiroprifUinonia exists in this country Secretary Husk jsnid yesterday With tnat statement I must take positive issue I unhesitatingly challenge Mr Chaplin to point out a single case of numia now existing among American cat tle Irof llrifchts Is LONDON Xov 1L Riordan who shot Professor Bright a few days ago has confessed she did the shooting bill insists that sbtdid not intend to harm the doctor and now regrets the act She isks for mercy from Dr Bright and front Mr HaymH who is engaged to Or B rights daughter aud who Miss Rior dan alleged was once engaged LO herself Ialmr Hiot Xiur Hamburg IlAMULRu Xov serious conflict occur e1 yuMtrdny al OUeusen a suburb of this city botween striking alass blow ers and oOJ imlish blacklegs who bad been employed to take the places of the union men Revolvers were usad as well as clubs Gnu mau killed and many w re injured A number of urrets have been made tected it against injury on the chipped granite stones A few hours later it was in its socket and Charleys job was done His Xext Oreat Job Steeple Charley works entirely alone tells no man his business tricks has no one near him ancl his exhibitions are an amazing example of what one man can do Np one is able to guess how one man can hoist ami set up an 800pound cross alone and yet everybody is at liberty to watch him nt long range He has just made a contract with the authorities at Washington City to oil the Washington monument on tho outside The climate is drying and deteriorating tha stones He is to get for this job A SMOKER FROM HIS BIRTH Death of a Child Who Uejyau Smoking Tobacco at Seven 3IontJiif NEW YORK Nov n Scott Hancock Doran the baby smoker ol Trenton X J has died of diphtheria after a weeks illness Win field cele brated his fourth birthday last May His father was an inveterate smoker and from him the child inherited a taste for tobacco and he began smoking before he was months old When 8 months old he smoked a pipe full of strong tobacco and never made a face over it At 10 months he was nn accomplished smoker of the pipe His appetke for tobacco was found to be a normal ono and ha seamed to thrive under it In addition to a pipeful of tobicco lie enjoyed from two to five j cigars daily Hud One Itedeciiihij Quality iher anil mother were both proud of their precious SJlt Winfield craved the effects ol the poison and for the last two years he would not smoke a new pipe liking bst one well saturated with nico tine lie preferred strong cigars and was a line judge of tlieir quality Winfield attracted much atteuim when riding about iu baby coach with a black pipe in his month smoking and puffing like a veteran lie was jiever known to smoke a cigarette The boys health was very good when diphtheria ended his brief but unique career The Parliamentary Party S37OOO in One Nieht i JSEK YOKE Xor lLTh Irbh parlia j the NeW of Voting niiiDtary party arrived in this city Worked yesterday afternoon and were met at the Grand Central station hy Mayor Grant J J ODsuohue Eugene Kelly and others They were then driven to the Hoffman house where ufler dinner was served reception was held Governor Hill arriving in time ro participate Tha meeting was held in the Metropolitan j Opera house which was packed with peo pie and when the parliamentary party were seen on the stage the applause was deafening Governor Hill prasided and among the vice presidents Grover Cleveland Lev P Morton Chauncey M Dipew Mayor Grant William M Evans Charles A Dana and Gen Sherman Speeches and Contributions When Governor Hill was introduced as president his introducer said he was th American champion of home rule Th governor responded briefly and intro duced Johu Dillon who made a apeec reciting the wrongs of Ireland and stat ing that he and his colleagues had deter mined never to nsk again for aid for fam ine in Ireland but to use all the funds ob twined to get rid of the cause ot British rule OBrien spoke in the sam strain and so did OUounor All the speakers were applauded to the echo The total receipts of the meeting were M7000 of which f4CXW was taken at thi box office Among the contributors wen Governor Hill who gave and Alayoi Grant Strung home rule resolu tious were adopted INDIANAAFFAIKS j U M B R R AS HAD TO PAY FOR THE SLAVE A Case in a Missouri Cjurt Which Kiealli Old Time KANSAS CITY Mo Xov inter estmg reminder of slavery days is the case of Elizabeth Bolts against Thomas F Spencer aud others executors of Ei juh Harvey Tiie case was appealed from Linn conniy The statements set forth that in ISrJ Elijah Harvey gave to his daughter Mrs Botts upon her marriage or soon thereafter a negro girl wboir Mrs Botts retained for anumber o years afterward Tho slave finally became ungovernable and she was put up for sale Didnt Fulfill His Contract Harvey offered to take back the girl and either give his daughter choice of two other slaves or at or before his death pay for her The slave was returned upon these ternn Harvey died in 1837 without having fulfilled the contract either by giving her another slave or paying the WOO The case was taken to the courts and she was given judgment The ijourt of appeals sustained the judgment of the lower court Slabbed In TwentySix Places LASUXE Ills Xov Ryan WHS stib ed ro Jeiith Sunday night by his roommme Edward Canin in a drunken quarrel Ryuu had wounds on his body iu tiie region of the neck aud hearf Bjch men were coal miners The murderer was uninjured surreulered Its IF YOU ARE LOOKING FOR EXTRA SWEET PIECE OF much larger nu nlwr there should home rule bo adopted nnereas uiuKr the pres j eht system of tiir proportion aui ou completing his job I of British nm nn the islumi linl been policeman j diminihel tron 42 ptr cent t tie army in v8 to JS pT Lviit Gluistones last an i Sri percent at j prvsenc Kililiire r Tuy lliTvliitiils CHU Aon Nov ll Bee ie ioy niirciatit on t an I Atadisoa vt inido m asiiiiuau Liabilities Will stnml by Their Work NEW YuliK Nov Heralds j Washington City special says There will be no backdorm by the Republicans from the position taken by them on the tariff qtlestiou The general of the party is to staud or Call the Mc Kinley bill Ail reports to tie contrary are unfounded Lawler for WASHINGTON CITY Xov Lawler Jrom the Second Il linois district is being urged by a num ber of influential Democrats now in City for sergeantat arms of the Fiftysecond congress His name will be pushed only of course in the event that the oiflicial count proves him to have been defeated for the shrievalty of Cuok county for from Mr Lawlors own utterances it is not supposed thathe would relinquish that position to come once more to Washington City FhMl Irom H er Troubles GPAND RUMOS Mich Nov wifu of Uenj imin Mend was found dead in bed by her husbands side yesterday morning The couple have been married four years and he was dissipated and ex tremely cruel in his treatment She had been ill several weeks and was in a deli cate condition Sunday she purchased carbolic ic d and writing a pitiful letter to her mother iu the night took the poi son GiV Cmuiiibei Seriously 111 COLUMBUS O Nov Camp bells illntss which has been of several Jays duration took a srious turn yester morning when D Loving his phy sician that au attack of pneumo nia seemed threatening and cautioned the governor that his condition while not dangerous wasi serious and that he must remain quiet a day or two Last evening hii was reported better One Many Horses tlurued GENEVA N Y Nov large barn owtuil by iliggins Smalley and used by them as stables for their horses burned down early Sunday morning John Hall the man employed in the stable while at tempting to liberate the horses was over come by smoke and pt ished in the flaiiKS Fourteen horses and two rnules were burned 1be builliug was fully in sure Expert Train Itobltery AujrsrA Cti Nov express messengers ou trains ou the Georgia rail road were robbed Sunday night From one was obtained about while the other lost about JliUOO Tue messengers had no way packages and were robbed in their sleep Kenuires Another Ticlul Wave NEIV YORK Nov Heralds Washington City special sayst A good deal of silly talk is indulged in regarding a possible Democratic control the sen ate Nothing but another tidal wave two years hence could bring about this result The Republicans now control the seuate by a majority of fourteen A gain of seven Democratic senators would ba nec essary to tie the senate The Republicans tvonkl however still retain the ascend ancy inasmuch as tha vice president in anch cases casts the deciding vote The Democrats will therefore Qnd it neces sary 10 elect successors to eight of the sit ting Republicans before they will have a majority Salisbury Talks at a Hanquet LONDON Nov ll Salisbury made a speech at the lord mayors banquet last night After referring to European af fairs at length he SHU that the free trad ers could rejoice in the result of the 1e cent American elections as a protest against extravagant and selfish protec tionism but conclusions must not be rashly drawn The prospect of prohib itive tariffs must still be faced England had no retaliatory tariff schemes The government he said would not interfere in the pending labor disputes which it was believed would dually adjust them selves Tiftuen Saloons Just Over the Line NASHVILLE Tenu Nov Taylor has received from the people of Cumberland Gap Tenn a map showing the Jocaiion of sixteen aaloons within about one mile of that town two of them being iu Kentucky aud fourteen in Vir ginia also locating the spots adjacent thereto where fifteen man have been shot within the last few months None of the saloons are on this sile ot the liue but five of the murders have occurred in Ten Are They belling Chulera HORSV COLUMBUS O Nov state board of agriculture is greatly excited by the prevalence of hog cholera iu the central counties of the state and the action of large hog raisers in rushing their ani mals to market Large droves are ported to have started within the last week to the eastern markets not a few of which are suspected of having been in fected with the disease Features That Make Trouble In A Close Gnnrda liribery Democratic alitj A Woman Who Would Have Her Ow Bra INDIANAPOLIS Nov survey of the field afte lic election leads to the conclu sion that ihe firat trial of the Australian of voting in Indiana has demon that in general the system is is good one However the election bag that the law has some defects and State Librarian Dunn who drafted the measure says the coming legiclature iviil be asked to amend it iu s veral res The system of stamping will be changed The returns show that from one to ten ballots were miastamped in every pre cinct in the state and it is agreed by all that if the election had been oloso throughout the state there would have been no end of contests Can Still lluy Votes The trial of the law also demonstrates that it is not Impossible to purchase votes under the law where there is collusion between the voter aud members of the election board and that defect will be remedied When a few amendments have been mads it believed Indiana will 1mvo the best system of voting in existence in any state iu the Union The Plurality The secretary of has received re turns from eightytWDcouuties in the state leaving ten yet to report oillcial figures as received by the secretary and semiofficial figures from the other ten counties give the Democrats a plurality ofirSSO tho largest plurality that the state has Driven since tlie war HBVO Paupers Voting nights The federal grand jury convenud Mon day HUE will at once enter upon an inves tigation the attempt of Superintend ent Williams to vote the paupers at the poor asylum at the recent election Tim Democrats claim that the sixtythree pau pers whom Williams brought to the polls were legal voters as all of them vere of sound mind and that Deputy Marshal Powell exceeded his authority when he refused to let them vote and arrested Williams for making the necessary alii la vit as to their residence A Question of Residence The Republicans hold that the paupers aveno residence at the poor asylum ind cannot secure one iu the county insti tutions that they are there under a pro cess of law that they have no more right to vote than a person confined jail The point has never been adjudi cated A MOTHERS VICTORY UNDERWEAR AMD BLOVES Largest Variety Lowest Prices DEWENTER MAKE IT APO INT To Cai at D A Hauks placet She Pliiya 11 Trick That Komlts In the In terment of an Kmpty CurHn COLUMBUS Ind Xov Seal nrriid Amanda in Xew Albany iu ItSS By this marriage a buy child was born and lived fco ba one ytar old when it sickeuod and died The atherand mother disagreed as to the place of Intorment of their child the mother wanting it buried in a Xew Al bany cemetery the father at the ceme ery in this city The corpse was pre pared for burial at this place aud the athertook a farewell look at the dead abe and left ttjc room V us Kqiml to Uie Occasion The mother then quickly took the body roin the colTm ami concealed ic in the esidence The funeral proceeded and he empty casket was duiy buried Ou he following day the mother went to New Albany at which place the body of he little babe wus interred according to he wish of the mother The secret has ust reached the husband The C W anil BI Extenaloii WABASH Ind Xov three and a haif miles of track yet remain to be laid nthe extension of the Cincinnati Wa jash aud Michigan railroad and the grad ng at the Fall Creek cut will soon be omplrtel Over half the forty miles of evrliue between Anderson aud Uuih llle is ballasted und as the conueclion viU be nnished witinn a week one regu ar train each way daily will probublybe ut on between the pouts uatneil about Vov 25 The link between lie main line and the Detroit and Kel iiver branch of the Wubash will be com leted ballasted and ready for trains to hy the middle of the coming A I UP LONDON Xov sultan has ro fused his coueut to tho opening a Kus sia i national scho A Helpless Old Cremated CHMOXD Va Nov Pat colored aged 67 years was Butchered Hii Frvil VicroiitA B C Nov 11 nese cook in F C Milling quarreled with a Chinese fri kitchiU Sunday and chopped h to pieces with ii carvir a Chi i I m his in almost The K Coveutlon DENVER Colo Xov general assembly of the Knights of Labor met liere yesterday afternoon Most of the delegates are already in the city Promi nent knights from all over the country aud Canada are present anuoni them ba ng Powderly Powtlerly addressed a large and enthusiastic assemblage at the Coliseum Ifist the Labor Situa ion of the Day Ncwspnper Men Billiards CHICAGO Xov The handicap am ateur billiard tournament for Chicago newspaper men opened at the Bruo3wick rJalkeCoilender warerooms night Uver 5iO spectators were present Joseph Murphy of The Tribune 150 points defeated Charles G Seymour of The ieraM 100 by a score of 150 to 133 Iosf Twelve PuundU ta Weight NEW Vonu Xov doctors who examined Giovanu Sncci tiie Italian who prposfs to refrain from eating for forty rive days the little hall over Koiter dicovered Surday that he li5 puun i shovin li u he bad ter si ic he lij fast of abiTjuence trom lat inesdav nstaacinople burned to death here yesterday He was JNB jiily WASHIXGTOS CITY X forowin are the weiitur iiulkatious for thirtysix hours from s p ut se ter lay For and ufair jirxvvdtHl by litrht rain estreuie oiUieat waruier ly WILL is In niin folliwetl by weather northerly winds For Illinois and Fair weather in extreme southern Minois warmer winds becoming j helpless and in bed and endeavorin J light his pipe set fire to the beddin binned to death g to and in Iowa GSKALOOSA la Xov nThere is an epidemic of hog cholera in tow locality tvhich is taking the animruj 5 by the score Within the past fwo weeks M K friee Son have lost prize hogs from the disease f inel S5CtO for S AsBfiiv PAHK X R keeper o the Oriental hoiel v hold yeMerdty foi1 e and cusis iiiK Liquor Xov the store in onvicted at Free lqur and Qned clecre I i publicn in Darinsr the height of the excitement at tendant upon the heavy decline in values which occurred ou the Xew York Stock Yscbanive Monday James Strutbers a operator fell to the floor in a worth of I fit and expired Basioess was suspended for half an iiour The Illinois Xov il now seems cer lamtlmtLhe have one mors member of tbe iowr of the state leLiisUciire Kennev a Democrat having i p ac oi Mijeney Re ihis ciiy ihis gives the DenocsMt 77 meniers of thit house to Jim Meadows of Xashville Tenn wno has several times tried to kill himself and i failed thought be would be more snccess ful in taking human life if he tried it otj I his family He failed there also and now will go to lunatic asylum nntil he is pronounced cured and let loose when ass over week A Dark Day at Columbus COLLMBCS Ind Nov was the darkest in many years in southern In diana There was not an hour in the day that it was not necessary to burn pas in all buildings in the city The clouds were very low all day and moving ut a rapid rate from the souttuveii they were but little higher than the threestory buildings Nearly five inches of rain has fallen in this part of the state Tiler Ifireti the BrAziL Ind Xov a secret ses sion of the city council Monday night Ja cab Herr was deposed as mayor for al leged inebriety He wis elected by a ma jority of 19 in May although his party the Kepubicaicarried tiie ccy tiy majorities averaging nearly 20U Mr Herr And see tho Largest St ck of DIAMONDS CLOCKS SILVERWARE SPECTACLES 4 NOVELTIES 1 hat was over brought to Logansport To be sold very low All Goods marked without extra cost 41O Broadway Your Pants Bag at the Knee Of course they do and naturally you would like to overcome it Then fy Streefcers Timers Stretcher The only article of the kind that a tailor can recommend as doing the work thorough ly without injuring the garment Merchant Tailor Sole agent for Logansport T J for Infants and Children is so well adapted to children that rcommcnd it 05 superior to any mown to mo H A AKCHSII K D Ill Bo Oitod St Brooklyn N r euros Colic Constipation Sour Stomach Eructation iVorms fives sleep and di jrestjoo WlLhout Lujuxioua medication TUE CEiTAra Conpaxr 77 Murraj Strn1 Notes The third nniim1 convenlion of tha linna Christion societr in ses aion at i laims a membership IS000 in the slat The next conven tion will be held at Kokomo Tlio heirs of Horace M Urigljt of Fort Wayne have been awarded a judgment for S40JO against Allen county was killed by the breaking of a bridga Tin Nickci Plate road has been sued for for fuming the death ot Silaa A Powers t Nvwoastle It Overpowered Ulni Larkin pnslvins through thi Whats the mutter with the detnctivt1 fLUi he got a fit Bunting Xo In has a clow THE MARKETS lIKAfio Nov 10 T he quontiorn on tlie banl ra e tolav we e aft follow Wlieat Novcmlwr ABBREVIATED TELEGRAMS Savory the new lord ninyor ot London WHS installed in oflice Monday Hannah Demon KW years and 11 months old died Monday morning at Sjiuh Dartmouth Mass The bishop of Lincoln E inland has de clared birnself in favor of shortening the lours of labor for The Roumanian government allot ting a vast quantity of state land in free arms to J5OJ peasant families The earnings of the Atchtiion To peka and Santa Fe for October approxi mated 6i6 increasi The Baptisc pastorN confererice of Xew York has refused to join an effort to moral instruction inculcated in Xeiv York ichooU The New York horse show opened in Madison Square garden New York city Monday with 1100 entries and a big at The governors of the states are issuing Thanksgiving proclamations in accord ance with that of the president Governor Hill is first oa the list i Hon Robert T Lincoln United minister to England gives an emphatic and c oeii ber uj em1 i i and rlcrul ii llll May dc aixl lf i lo eI clove 1 PorkNovctnUr January ojninoil J1IT5 jne 1 tliSi cloil OnlxNo t v IJexn nei may contest the legality of the proceed ing in courr Demolished the ilARTIXiVLtE Iljd Xov are no saooos at MooreviHe now List week a man from Itrlianupolis went there and fitted up a saloon ready to open for business Saturday the room was demol ished by citizens and tlie notice denial to the report lately current that he Intended resigning hU office William Baldwin of New Bedford Mass was fined t30 5Ionday under the 11 Ther i Australian ballot Ian for haVing ac offi cial bal it outside th polling place Nov 4 He ppealed The icomes of the London daily pa pers are thus put down Daily Telegraph Times Standard ebale lower shee was pasted on tlie ruiu Taxe i Oj0 Morninsr Post Daily Chroni f Xo saloon Wanted Claims the Oldest Democrat COLUMBUS 11 holomew county claims theoidisi voter ia Indiana His name is Jncor and he was 9 years oul v lait He is nearly iielp bu H clear an1 he takes an intere pjiitiei He has been a voter for snivnine years his first vote having been cast iu Sil Another Jollification Tnijiedy cle nf D iiiXcws Morrs a Hebrew married Fychert a Roman Catholic at Philadel phia The priest of Annies church told I her mother tba the marriage was not j valid and the latter took her daughter j away from her husbaad Stein went to the courts and Judge Hare has just cided that tht priest didnt know United j States law Steia now has his wife Judge Osboroe of the city coart BrookJ lyn X Y refused to believe the ment of S C Davis that a marriage per Iiv Union SfHk rj ort tn foloAinK nioierately actlvr heavy lote slcaily other grades 5 lower iw lotvpr liiiit nnKli lacking J355 fillii miiKi htavy and Piling lots piiis Jlajgalt i nfx rs and fiMtiern rona and Tezne ptcs f Jfl 0ll western ranie SiaxiMW 1T5 5 ealefi be injf at Sd iftlij 1rouce Fancy reparatir tiiu gathered Teim dairien flniat freh frwli vamMaz Hock EBTfKnrtb rn off S 21 per doz ice hous iitck Live Chi kens bens To per i chickens turieyn BprinK ducks 7Hiafc geese V per bu J2JOa3W per New York NEW Yortu Nov No 2 rcd winter ri i H do do ilay C inXo 2 mixed cash 00 IXiceii do January Dull N mixe i asi rto clo ilay 5 RjeDuil and unhangiM XmiaaL PorkDull IDSI LarJ iDally unchnDtfed Live etwk Market fairly to lWit native Heere HVHJ joo Btt bal e and dry covve tlSffixl sbwp lainb dull and M a dull live liosf Hogs Market wo MAETINSVILLE Ind Xov H burins formed by a clergyman between him and the ioUiacation by the Democrats Satulf day night tLe nsual hat burning was in consequence the annulment sought by dnlged in and nnmeroM fights was the Davis was refused The young woman Robert Hunt aged IS was on the swore that the marriage was for keeps street wta a small horn when Henry The was a flarry on the New York Baker attempted to take it away from Stock Exchange Monday morning and him Baker was ilrnting heavily and for a few minutes it looked like a was mnch larger A scuma ensued dnr panic was imminent Stocks could not ing which knives were drawn Hunt be soM at any price and lenders nsing a large praningknifa cat Bakir calling in ttuir loans Later money tw from ear to ear across the back of gm to make iig appflaranea aud was neck and also cnt an ugly gash in eigerly borrowed at 23 to 50 per cent go i vLW Probablr succeed In kUling somej almost severing the jugular vein ing up before the close to an eaaivaleat recovery is considered dottbUni of 90 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