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   Logansport Pharos (Newspaper) - November 13, 1890, Logansport, Indiana                                HIT H YEAR LOGANSPORT DAILY PHAROS THURSDAY EVENING NOVEMBER 13 IKSW NO 170 JOHN GRAYS CORNER HEEUH SOLUTION tiie AC A IN ON I The Speakers Explanation of CLOAKS the Ground Swell BIGGEST LICKING OK THE RECORD AM No A CoocU No on Prices Slock to Soloct from nriij Litjhf to Soo thorn Ufa lie ply to tlin Quotum Whu FrowtMi Oat CnnJ unction of i Given theCredit with tin Con n tor UH Onu in portunt Spooner Mini Sfifrttifju Cinis Marked for the IleuiUmaiiPtilltlnul sv MONDAY NOVEMBER J7 SELECT BOCCACCIO A and moon happen to bt in jnsC such Dillon hi rLftrd to tin efirtn nml otlur conditions in to help In the sumo way tidal wave caused by a tnculhir conjunction of tlr I cuuiMiaiictM lor mn thim the Demo crats bewnn their campaigns LI the diatrictson an at least a month earlier tlian we did con gresHrneii had to Way hi un I til the lait momenl and in such a cim paijftt KM thin a months start inisant a threat ndvantage to tho utiivr tuhi Kntin lower Then the course of many manufacturers WHH to the great of tho Ke publican pnrty vr i iiinc li i r own t I ilcniv cutin SCHOOL M a t e r i a 1 12thSt Omar Store FURIvJTURE KS THE LOWEpr Our Designs No nt1 Hit Host Workmanship Allitwii to Leave our Salesroom i IV Henderson fi Sons After larilT iill p tssui am they had just they needed aud wanted at the hands of the majority in cotiurvss wimt dil many of thorn do but turn around and for the sake of a little temporary advanrairohtlp to the people iniu a panic abnit Lbe Me Kin ley bill in luindivdh of the driiiiMiitrH wire inteit iantilly or to preacli Democratic doctrine They went all over the count ry is h i heir stories rf ad vnncen in price that weru to tie made next or next nintli mi account of the Mi Kinley bill I he liiiporliiiit IiiCtor lint I am inclined to think that the most important tactor in the of the election tlie voinen of the country It la the women who do th who keep the run uf who have the keenest scent for increased eot They heiml in cvury store the clerks behind the counters explain how this artirleor that could not sold hereifieraf the former price beciiiMof the MKinly bill they went home nnd told tlieir nnd fathers and their stories had ji t nivientl al the bjilliptbX SENATORIAL OPINIONS How the or rat Miy tinml the Tar Ct IV Nov n Sherman speaking yesterday m the re sult uf the recent elections said the im mediate effect would be distrust of the financial policy of the and the consequent caution of in em barking in new enterprises He concluded by saying mdy course as is to maintnin and our in dustrial policy on the line we havo pur sued in the hope that by the next elec tion the people mil b cinvidccd by the test of timethat tie tariff ace wrl not ad vance pricis but advatuu home in TinUftiiocrulic Opport unity Senator Spo i tier was asked if he thought the wir h Republican assistaiue amend the lie Kin ley bill in the direct ion of reductions by dealing with one feature at t tim s tid They may do thi1 The bill is subject to amenduient and thev may amend it at thu next conirr ss by propositions which would secure licnn votes in tlie serHte As fur the December ho iJiouirlu ihe licans would gu riylit ailing reiardless of tho recent elections Cutrlicon May liu KAIHS Mich Nov The offi cial tHtivfisers yestcrdty found in over the ret urns t iuii J U iitcheon Republican candidate fur i1 in the Ninth iJistrict been 100 MKire votes in Mecosti county than he hud re ceived As he h id but seventeen plurality in i Vie district falling otT will elect H his ipiontu by 3t pi ur y It is not ex peded that tetiiriis in other counties will nEtect this T i mikes dele Katiiin stand and three wi i ilrnire of couitinsr out Hurrow tno Yuples of Irail is vl shacy and may send but uiie K p iblican to con variniH boards of county corn jniHsioners uH over the at ate met to the election reiuraa yesterday cor rected returns were received from about all the counties in doubt and it is beyond question hat the legislature ia tost it both branches to the Republicans ITIAM Mi Nov Spiikcr rrs as RoprusentG j is not inclnwl 11 liliitli tin size of the erclorie clmf trtuk KejiilMicfcri nifty ilnbuj COmO 4 NVI Irilt HirriHm eifcted 1m is to have stid at his the utliT he was inter viewed UH to hiH on tin Jed up to llju victory of tinKpnljJi can party and as mar I can MOW re uitTitlxr In cxpainfd tin NuiUcr viy RV I hiLord did it It win a victory Tin I i pu oh cans al if in for hitf thiiiLt an 1 this yar thiy yot a thin iht licking thoy tvir had f cMiri spfviktir has li tn asked iimnY how it happmKd and GreenWOOci UliH what Imhaa it leant on NOUIB occasions O JV 10 A inatiun nt You know that uhcrt we havu a redly Pom pan v UiU nrUl k N not fme y J alone that brings U GOULD AND UNION PACIFIC The M nil Street ml Said To Be In Octroi Stock Exchange Ntw yoHKXov lt The excitement on the Xcw York Stock Exchange continued 5esterday morning The trading waa very heavy an advance of one to six points in price caused by reasfuring for sign The failure of J C Wftl 2utt 5 Co VVIH announced at noon Toward the there a further ad vance money became inure plentiful and the prevailed that the worst of the threaened trouble was over Benja min True a small tntder suspended The report said to have been confirmed by ftuld himself und alo by Hus ell that the Cinon Pacilic had pnsHtril under Croukls contrul was gener ally treditfd although Charles Francis Adams ut lioston had heard nothing of it find u di rector of the road laughed at tlie stnfemeiit Gould was quoted as say that it was true und that ho would as huine the p resiliency himself His son George refused to say anything Gould said that the chungu would bring peace to western ruil The orth Hank I Trouble An excited crowd i f depositors gathered in front of the Xsirth River bank last The applied yesterday to the clearing house for u loan and n com mittee was on the to examine into the condition of the bunk when it was learned that it ai in the hands of the bank examiners It WHS learned that the bank ex Juniners weiv overhaul ng the hanks accounts anil that it would take about liours to complete the work It was aNo ascertained that the bank offi cials expected to optMi for busiuoss this morniui THE POPULATION OF GOTHAM Grant to Supply Proof of Xov Mayor Grunts representative in the mat ter of senurinx a new count for New York city arrived hen yesterday his errand to obtain a list of tin nametf of in ImbitantH returned by the census enumer in terrain wards of that cify IIu called upoi Superintendent Porter and a attested that the names of persons in the first ire wards of the city should be furnished Porter jjave him an order to Mr Hunt who is in charge of Ihe popu lation division him to furnish the desired in formation take the ofitce so mi timu to complete a list of the names IlUtUnd of IiivtmtlKiiHon Vvlien tlisit is a nafison will be made b3 the Xew Voric ofiiciais betweon lists and the schedules of tin police census asid tht niines lacking in the flrst will be hiniiuht tr the attention of tho authorities hern thatMie of ficial count waa defective Thuti tuse al ItigtuI omissions if nnv are iiscoverod will bo investigated by census dfHsM in order to whether tlie persona said to fiauheen Dvprlooked were actu ally in the city in June liwf If it is found that any have been omitted thai should have been included in the of ficial census t hy may he added THE BOSSES OF BASE BALL Hear from the KrothiMhMnl NEW YoiMi Nov meeting of the National Hase Ball league yesterday vrtis presiil over by A H Soclen of Bog ton AftLr tin reports of the board of di rectors ami playing rules committee had beeundoptpd the folltiwinLf ofiieyrs were elected President N K Youni direct ors A J KiHoh of Pliiladulplii J B Day of New York SV A Niinick of Plttaburir and a rcprosuntat i vo of the Cinctnnat 1 club Tlity ainktnti Kxftption of Ward After tlie routine business had been jl isposed of t IIP dtdeirat os cnscussed at tire at the pruLMit complicated con dition of bas ball Instead of ad journing us soon as he routine business of tho con vent inn was ovtr the decided to hold over for another session in order to ihe Brotherhood confer ence cotniiiitite appointed Tuesday time to get here A prominent League delegate said positively however I bar the Nation al leatriio would not confer with the Brotherhood conference committee if Ward was a member Mr NVnrds with drawal he said would make all matters smooth The Central Amorictiii Situntliiii WASHINGTON CITY Nov 13 James R Hosvner late secretary of Je gation in Central America and consul general al Gnateniala is in this city lie left GuateniiJn on IVt 3 In o the revo utimi in Col Hosnaer said In all fuv of the republics there is n spirit rhit hroutis mischief Tim feel IDK is strninod now and if the tension keeps up much longer a general explosion may follow My individual opinion is thai this state of disquietude is eucour aged friMn abroad KAIEIOH N C No jhjE HEWERS OF OLD HONESTY TOBACCO VILL IJ TAS JCS SWEETER TO AjMD WILL i ASK YOUR DEALER FOR IT l r 1 Io hatl f lKlifVe1 thai t n Ai j would support Senator VUIKL for reelection to he tuice but The Pro Farmer Aihuiee orran pub j lished here an 1 editel by L LVlk j president of ha declared its opposition io iio enattr In tho issue of Ihe Iarnur fr his week Litonals artprinted MIO at Vfice oi hi allege I poitioii on t tu subtreasury schvuu an 1 ihe other Alliance members of lie Kjisl it ire HO him Had for Joe IfriMVii ATLANTA Gi N s rftiie for senatorial honor miVinuru in Id ffivor la r ed and he ill Iv MI prfd iv A mee metniers of iniliamre The OMAHA Neb X v lutirr day and by A L hV spvajtr cf the ami presdetit oi the seuaie Tbe for Vnittd States Senators is now A mi i x 11 o ii i ii o To u n 111 u u d HALIFAX N S Nov iu a speech i at St Jolms X K in the election cam 1 paiirn just close i Mr Scott the defeated opposition candi late said For many months pist the bitter feeling of resent j ment againt British ia Xew I fonndlands vital interests bus been tak itiL deeper amt deeper root in tho hearts i of our people find uniHXatinn vnth the i American rtpublic is beyiunmii to be re gfirded ba vast number of Xewfouad S landers as the only remedy for our sufler j Ills j SAX AMosio Tex Xov Lieut Geortio Turner adi infnutry reoen AV it plea if guilty ofembezz Minds of he regiment hurn day sentenced d is bo no rub from the nvtny o the i vie ted of the WOE IN ENGLAND grows out of a quarrel between uvo brotb ers as to which one has the right of suc cession to the Muhdi One of Ker War Ships Goes to the Bottom HUNDREDS OF SAILOE3 DEOTOED The Serpent Driven on the Hocks Off the Coast of Spain and Hroken to Pieces But Th res of tine M e on Hoard Saved Out of Conduct of an Admiralty Lord Women Hud Children iit Plymouth Miscellany LONDON Nov M S Serpent was wrecked Monday night twenty miles north of Cape Fiuisterre Two hundred and fortyseven men were drowned Only three escaped The Serpent went on the rocifcs during a sevens storm on the Span is coast A heavy mist prevailed at the time It was impoiiaible toobtaiu assist ance from the shore and the vessel re mained in her helpless position until broken to pieces iho tremendous seas which crashed over ber TliB Uellcf Cftme Too Late The crew were washed overboard in groups by the reruorseless waves and drowned or dashed to death amid the rocks The news of thj disaster was con veyed to Corunna a distance of sixty miles over the mountain roads and when a relief ooryu was organized and sent to the scene of the wreck it was too late to be of any avail The Serpents crew proper connived of 170 niea The rermuuing were relief cretva which were conveyed to other Brit ish men i f war on the African station Tlie Sewn In Knglnnil The Serpent WHS u cruiser of the third class She was buili ac Devonport in 1833 at a cost ot StfOSUUO The admiralty offi cials maintain alienee and decline to be interviewed on the subject of the disaster The news spread r Eugland like wildfire causing lamentation in hun dreds of homes The threo sailors who succeeded in swimming ashore from the wreck have arrived ac Cutnarinas They express tbe belief UiFit all the others on board were drowned A HnnrlluHH Admiralty Big Wisr Lord Hainilton first lord of the admir alty wa preneui ai a Conservative ban quet ut Acton lust niiht and at the out set announced in feeling terms the loss of rf JM S berpeur Later he made a very jolly speech provoking peal oa peal of laughter The news of this affair soon reach ml the London ciubg and excited much adverse criticism It is considered certain that Lord Hamiltons conduct will cause as iiuafi sc andal against him self and the Tories an was aroused against Gladstone and his political adherents by the presence of the Liberal premier at a theatre on the yvRuing of the day when Gordons death wits announced in the London news pa pars The lu feu Acted Differently When the news of the disaster to the Serpent reached 1iymouth the duke of Edinburg who U one of tho admirals of the navy wns attending a Pattl concert On being informed of what had occurred he hastily left the hall and went to the newspaper whure dispatches in re gard to the event wtTe being received He was deeply moved and expressed his heartfelt sorrow for the victims and their unfortunate families He did not return to hear the remainder of the concert bat proceeded directly to his resilience The morning papers commend his conduct in contrast 10 that oi his superior Lord George Hamilton Weeping Women and Children The newspaper olfrees at Plymouth were beseiged during the evening by crowds of relatives of the Serpents crew The lamGiitfitions of the women and children were pitiful it wais said that many of the Serpents men had expressed fear of dUns or before leaving Plymouth but the cause of their apprelutision cannot be lenrned The admiralty has wired the British consul at Carumia to send full de tails of the wreck and loss of life at once The queen has seni n message to the duke of Edinburgh asking for particulars and expressing her sorrow for the lost men and their relatives The Dnel Postponed Xov duel which to j have taken place oa the Belgian frontier yesterday between M and M Lnguerre was prevented by the police Tbe encounter is now expected to occur in Luxemburg I An Irish Justice Dttntl i DUBLIN Nov 13 Hen Justice OHa gan president of the Iriib laud commis sion is dead had a ec bin now AND INSIST ON CETT1MC IT there Ls son d This is i iv bj of ex OLUG Governor VViUuim Warren to be a cdy date J80 mm BROS LoaisYiile fcy i i A Kifty Thousauil UoDar Fire j 1oKK Xov 1 a ytterday dfternoon in rhe aixstory 053 54 find Pearl street sock and buildings to the extent of iVil ti is t ri hu t ed ti mon c va rins tirtus General Hamilton thinks the danytT of leprosy iu this country so grenL tiat he hits put himself ou record m fa vor of vigorous measures to secure tlw of ctses j NVashinsnnn Browa killeI Xathan Ter i ry at a bull Avondule near Birmiugj bam Ala night because the latter daitceil too otien with a giri they j were both j Delegates of the C T U eu roure the ional capital for At lanta whore the na inal convention is to b held were given a special reception i r the pi evident ana Mrs Harrison Au jury at Sycamore Ills covered itself all over with glory Luesj ending one of the dastards wbo kill girl because they will noc marry 1 thm to the eruteutiary for four years KOCHS GREAT DISCOVERY Ho Will It Notes from tin Ohl BERLIN Xov Professor Koch will publish to the world on Saturday the composition of cure for consumption Any physician who desires further in formation as to details may thereafter apply to Dr Corner Professor Kochs aa sistant who has established hospitals for tho treatment ot homo and foreign patients Professor Koch will now begin experimenting for a cure of diphtheria I talio German Mitrriiiga Arranged LONDON Nov The Chronicles dis patch Koine ctate that ia a letter transnmitd Chan eel lor Ton Caprivi to King ELumbert the Emperor William consented to the rimrriagd of his sister I he Princess AlargareC to the Prince of Naples heir to the Italian throne1 The princess will embrace the Hotmm Catholic church as aa iacident to the marring The Troubles of the Olphert Kstate DUBLIN Nov At ihe Oiphert estate the work of evicting the tenants was re sumed yesterday The bishop of Raphoe the tenants hail a coufer ence with the ngont of the estate but failed o anything It is hoped however that nt another confer ence which the bisbop will have with the agent a settlement ivill be haJ Jost poneil innients Opening LONDOX Nov The British cabinet has deferrtd the opening of parliament until the Joth inst in order that Balfour couJd in Lancashire ou rhe ami Lord Salisbury on the following day in Lord Hartinytons constituency Very Ihte prictJcai btidness therefore can be done by parliament before Caristmas Ordered the 1ictnres Oestroyed Nov 13 The court has ordered that twentyone of the pictures illustrate inir tlie vrorks of Rube ins which were re cently seized by the police at an an gal lery in Pall Mall oa the grmmd that they were improper be des r veiL The proprietors of the gtUery for Snuln fonsiift ins Ierij r v Nov 13 Modrid vjs state ihit Je vjbinet w t form of H recprccty tnaty o be subinittej to t uv L Miifd and in le tided more epLjr i io rcliLTri tiie depressed indus o CM a the Record Srinley placed Munrey Tre Limvr Niiv ur me nf Te Timealt the docu ments connected with the controversy about the rear guird includinic Boanya a rigina report aud the officer1 The Times wiil bejrin the publication the documeiits at once THE INDIANA WIEE Horrible Developments in the Eubanks Case PIENDISH CRUELTY TO THE GIEL ANN ARSOR TURBULENCE S tad eats and Local Mliitia Indulge ID a Lively Riot ASK AliBOR Mich Nov serious melee occurred Jast night between alirge body of students and the local militia company A member ol the organization was married laat night and about twenty members gathered at the armory and marched to the place where The wedding took place preceded by a drum corps would not have made any row but at the residence the company fired several us lutes They Clubbed Their Guns This alarmed that part of the town and students and citizens poured from every house until a crowd of several hun dred had assembled The crowd fol lowed the company as they left for the armory At the of Division and Liberty streets it is claimed that some person in the front of the crowd struck those in the rear of the company with aanes and the crowd guyed the company The officer ici command ordered the com pany ro charge which they did using their guns as clubs Two Men Cut The crowds fled scattering dovrq side streets as fast as possible but several were struck before the order to the com pany came for a fault Stones were hurled at the company by the crowd and I F Granger who was in command was struck on he head receiving1 bad scwlp wound One student was badly cut on the head and several others were more or less hinC After the charge the company repaired to the armory followed by a parting volley of DOWN GO THE RATES The Alton Starts a War on Products Com in I Ka it CHICAGO Nov the meeting the Western Freight association day the Altons notice to reduce rates oq hogs from Kansas City to Chicago from 25 to 18 cents a hundred pounds and from KansasCity to St Louis to 13cents a hun dred to equalize the raten oa hogs and packing house products in conformHuco with the order of the interstate commis sion was voted down The Alton then gave notice that it would put the 13ceat rate in effect on Xov 25 Will Make a lllg Cut The lines between Kansas City and St Louis announce that they will at once re duce rales on hogs between those points to 8 cents n hundred pounds and the rates on packing house products from Kansas City to St Louis to 13 cents a hundred pounds The action of the Alton regard ing rates on hogs and packing house pro ducts from Kansas City will compel a re duction those articles from all points where they are shipped to Chicago OBrien in Jersey City JERSEY CITY N J Nov 13 Irish parliamentary parly arrived at Taylors hotel at 7 oclock last evening where they were received by Governor Abbett Mayor Cleveland and other members of the reception commitiee Thousands of people crowded into the hotel and were introduced At 8 oclock the Irish repre sentatives were ecorted a procession of 5000 people and iiOJ carriages contain ing cinswna uf prominence to Oakland rink where the speeches were made and college and pledged Dillon went to Providence K I where he raised 000 The Knfphts of DENVER ColoNov The general as sembly of the Knitjhtij of Labor at their meeting yesuiday congratula tory telegrams from the Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen rhe State Alliance of Georgia und from he national bend quarters of iIse A liance at Washington City A dtlGLai ion from the C T U was introduced to the convention the president of wich delivered an able ad dress of tvilcome from a temperance standpoint Mr Povrderty fittingly re sponded IJlnfne nt Work cm It eciprncifcy WASHINGTON CITT Xov Thu Post says that Secretary IBlaine has obtained from the United States ministers to South American countries copies of the tariff of those nations with such comment on them as the ministers thought proper to make and that he proposes to prepare a letter on reciproc ity which he will submit o congress Murder Over a Game uf MABLE Minn Xov night C M Morgan and R R Fulton of this village while playing at cards woe into a dispute Morgan pulled a revolver and shot Fulton twice in the abdomen and a thirfl shot struck t traveling man named Eagle in thprom Fultons condition is pronounced hopeless Morgan is in cus tody Iiletl Suit fur S350OO XEW OHLEASS Nov Times Democrats San Antonio Tex special says B K Cook yesterday filed suit for damagesaiainsc the southern Pa cific Raiivray company fcr injuries re ceiveI by a freight train crossing Ibeir tracks WASIIINCTON CITY N v are the weather iutiicalioas for ihirtyix hours froia y p m Fcr Iowa f ir slightly warmer vreather n ary in eartern uta westerly winds For Fair siight A Split in the Mahtlis Ranks CAIRO Xov from the Son dan describe a split in the ranks of the e wtnos rr inaiaaa ana 31ica weather no change in ternpera winds becoming southweaeny A JiDjuicial Traasaclian j you break a tn for me j Gnrley producing ihe ci DoUerHpocketmg m you the ten ceit Shore j Her Treatment hornet Out In Court and Purpose eeiMs to Have ISeen to Hide a Oflicla Election Re on Democratic Fol Shankllli for A Bigamist Mooslcr Items MITCHELL Int No murder of Miss Mary Kubanka by her brother Bee Eubanka Sunday nigbt grows io horrible details The mother of the fam ily died some months ago under suspi cious circumstances and tbo murdered girl told that ber brother BeV had killed her mother by knocking her down and stumping on her This murderer of a sister is likely a matricide also to conceal the crime is probably one of the causes of his savage trehtment aud mur der of his sister Mortimer Eubanks the father of the victim was arrested charge wirh having been an accessory After a preliminary examina tion he wna held without ball and sent to jail to await the action of the grand jury Developments at the Trial The trial showed that n horrible condi tion of affairs had eiiated For months the fatherand brother had treated tlu de fenseless woman in a m inner io make a savage ashamed They had continually beaten her in a most barbarous manner apparently for amusement She was threatened with death if she revealed the matter or cpietl out She had been com pelled by heartless wretches to spend the night in the yarl partly clad in cold and rain though bugging pjteously to be admitted The poor creature went to R neghbors a few days ago and requested her to prepare her boly tor burial as she knew she would he killed A Ghngtly Testimony She wna bruised from head to foot as the result ot the beatings she had re ceived Tbe autopsy showed that five different blows had been inflicted on her head either of which would have been fatal A cluli was found in the house Wednesday after the arrest mnrked with blood and hair with which the inhuman brother had com in it ted the crime The Eubanks family is well conuece t and un til besotted by whisky was wall respected MATTERS POLITICAL Official Figures of ilie Election SpenEcerflli ip iNDUXAroLis Nov from all the counties have beiin received and tabulated and the totals are as follows Matthews Dem for secretary of state Trusler Hep 214302 Blount Pro 11933 Prindle Peoples 17851 Matthews plmality 10579 Tbe total vote on president in was 536494 The Chicago Heralds correspondent here s lys that Governor Gray will lie Indianas can didnte for the vicepresidency m and will have the united support of the stale The factions which heretofore obstructed his candidacy for the vice presidency have united and it ia thought that the cdrtain ty of Indianas Democracy will insure her a place on the ticket May Me the First Place If however the Illinois legislature should puss an election law similar to Indianas Australian system the vice presidency may fall to Gen Palmer and the presidency itself will noi be alto gether out ot the question It is within the power of Indiana and Illinois to name one or both candidates on the national ticket Contest fur the There will bo a spirited fight for the speakership of the house at its coming session J E McCollough who hns served one term as senator Mason J Niblack who was speaker two jears ao James B Curtis of Indianapolis and John T Beusley of Sullivan county now the moitconspicuous canditates Would Like To lie Governctr William R Meyers of Anderson ex secretary of stale and Mortimer Nye of LaPorte an elector on the Cleveland ticket in are in the field as pro nounced candidates for the governorship and ex Matton who was defeated by Hovey would accept the nomination John G Shankiin of The Eransville Courier will also for the nomination and will hivo a strong following in the north and south May Interfere with Gill But it ia thought that Charles L Jew ett chairman of the Democratic central committee will be a candidate Uivo years hence for the senatorship to succeed Sen ator Turpie untl as he IHvs iu he south ern part of the state his candidacy m ilileriere with Shanklii Seaator Voor hees will succeed himself nithout oppo siiion Hail One Too Many BLOOMINGTON Ind Nov A few days ngo a lady arrived from n Colorado town and giving her uame as Sirah Car ry made out an affidavit f jr this arrest of Gteorge A iVinter ullegin that he was her legal husband hi was the father of hir five cliildien About two years ago he desered her and left Colo rado for Bloomhigtoa and sjon nfcer mar ried Sustn Riy gviug her his right name tut never having obtained a di vorce Fender is now ia jail awniuug the result of the charge A Slick Snindler Ind Nov George Rley was arrested in thU city Wednesday for swindling by an ingenioui nutbol He represented himself as H farmer with hogs ainrt chickens o sell and would ajrae with dealers to deliver H certain quantity tit a future dale always askiny a small payment to bind the irauia tion Cue of his victims hud hirnarrestel anI he ia now in jitil A Prominent Farmer Missing MABTINSVIILE Ind Nov 13 BOn Miller a prominent farmer residing near this city has been for this week He was last Been uiar hrre and had mutiu s per son lrieali have b smirch tot him fearing foui fHy News Mrs Ilrlph Nyes little child fell irjto a cistern at H cnmoail and Mrs Xy8 jumped in it fre Dxris and Harry i Fox wbo were near rescued them Nancy A of Columbuswas a dinner by herTrieurfs iutsday which tne mivor the city attended Six ia S nmi in gooa health She is t mother of four sons tnree of whoiai perihed in the late war Hw hnsJjaEd was n Mexican soldier ancl years ago The infant son of Mr and Mri Loo Bennett of Anderson ia 5 months old and weighs eighty pounds He hafi an average of twelve pounds per month his birth and continues in excellent health UMDBRWEAK AMD GLOVES Largest Variety Lowest Prices DEWENTER MAKE IT A POINT To Call at A HaukS And RGO the Largest St ck of DIAMONDS CLOCKS SILVERWARE SPECTACLES NOVELTIES 1 hat was ever brought to Logansport To be sold vary low All Goods marked without oxtra cost 41O Broadway Do Tour Pants Bag at the Knee Of course they do and naturally you would like to overcome it Then fy Sensible Trousers Stretcher The only article of the kind that a tailor can recommend as doing the work thorough ly without injuring the garment J S CRAIG MerchanW Sole agent for Logansport for Infants and Children IU So Oxford SS Brwilyn li Y WitlouTinjurious medJcaUon Tux Czmrn COMJiw Vurray Strwt X A bmrglar aitempted to enter the of Phil Y tinker at Mount Vernon and just as he wus lu at tine windovr Yunkers dnnuluer fired a pistol the bullet cutting oil tuo eud of tho fallows noee A large linen mill of Belfait Ireland will remove to this coutry HI locate at Elwood Their bull will cover fifty acres of laiut In bnildiug n road bridge near LaPorte piles have Iwen ilrivuii to e depth of 110 feet Lefore a soil foundation couldbe had The wheelmen of ni known the No 8 WheelnenB company of Indiana L A They are to hare a fox chase in Madison county on Thanksgiving Mrs Jan es Montgomery fell down stairs at Kvansviiie anil broke her urni The firs contrac for the conatruction of the now buildings of the Indiana Htool company at vrere let Tuesday There will in all b ivr fiuildiugs So short is the potrftu jp in northern IiiliaDa that Itrge quantities of the vege table lire being shipped iu from Canada William Harris n brakeirian on the Shore road vafc killed by the cars at Goahen It Wrecked MAIIION Ind Xov plug was blown frotii a natural pipe io RD ua flnishtsd house belonging to George ter Wednesday and the escaping gas was exploded bj a fire in a grate The house was almost entirely wrecked Lcsa pflO ABBREVIATED TELEGRAMS The Prussian diet was by Em peror William Wednesday Several workmen were cremated during the bprning of a match factory at Cassel Germany Wednesday Gazzolo of St Louif has re ceived notice that sentence of death baa been 1 upon him by the Mafia The Metropo itan National Lank of Kansas City Jlo capital i75000i authorized to commence business H J King father of the professor of mathematics of Obrin college tuicided Wednesday Despondency He was 65 years old Gen Crooks remains were interred Wednesday at Arlington cemetery in a spot le himself selected some time before his death Fire Ann Arbir nniversity Etudena started a rush at the postoffice there Tuesday and ended by rushing them into jtiL A conflict took place at Galway Ire land Wednesday between bodies of po lice nnd military A police was severely wounded Jack Buckingham a nezro committed suicide it Noble Laks Ark Tuesday He ii said to 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