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   Logansport Pharos (Newspaper) - November 14, 1890, Logansport, Indiana                                LOGANSPORT DAILY PHAROS 16TR YEAB FR1 DAY EVENING NOVEMBER 14 1890 NO 171 AGUV ON CLOAKS All Now Goods No Advance on Prices Largo Stock to Select from Splendid Light to Seo them Garments as Represented No Humbug Come D A K H B X TS IULAVS OJERA MOrSK WM UMAN MANMiKU ONE NIGHT OVLY MONDAY NOVEMBER 17 fMfHTit take in Hie upjfuriincc the Qomic Opera Qompany 35SELECT AHTISrS35 whi h will BOCCACCIO Uy Fnitix Von ivippf A Hplemlul Ojnipiiiiy iever f onnM n O r own scJi this loor liulccny fnliru Stutri uti rf Mate r 1 a1 ENOUGHOF HUXOK Ohios Old Roman1 Has Done with Public Service IIU ICenuiiciution of Public Life Receiver with n Dem on iteration The Judges fattietic Kesijoiim to the To nut of Our Guest Wftrm Words lEruUe and Common ttt rn tha tional Gen Ewlnje HU View of What the Democratic Policy Should Hct CoLfMlHs O Nov Yesterday marked the anniversary of the binhdny tit AlUii G Thunmin the Old Kornnn uf Ohio nnd the einncratri of th iiatiHi rnadu thy occa sion tmti ti do to their ntitor Froin enrl y rnorti train brought to the 12thSt Drue Store FURNITURE PRICES THE LOWEST Our None but the Best Workmanship Allowed to Leave our Salesroom J SODS Gjerjuinehasa RED H tin tag on plug OLD HONESTY is acknowl edged to be tfye purest and lasting piece cf Standard Ciiewincj Tobacco cnthemarKetTrxuQg it is a better test than any talK about it Give it a fair trial Your dealer has it JFfl PMER S ctiy n c Dtmiocrattt ALLEN O THCllMAII fromubniiil H il m I day Jmljis Tliuniiin WLS the vocipiciit uf tilntory calls etutii iu on tin early triin and at pmctMsdad to the An lifmr later Unitud Honator Calvin S Drict arrived at thu mansion and the expnjsidtmt aud liimself inadt an early foreiirion call cm the distinguished Ohioan A hut Jljc snnsljiiH of peistnr niitunin to adil vigor to tlin of the Old Human who as he shook the liiiud of Cleveland so wnrtnly extended in con liis caller tliat he bad not felt so well in many moaths and that tie hoped sliil to wetitluu1 a few more lie huvB lived long enough find iiiuru than appreciated by many kind friends who have rtd UKon tliis day and uc years could aid to I he warmth of the congratulations kh hey Iiave showered upon mo Mr Cleveland the Old Kurmiu t at i he greetings uf the day whieh came f uni all qujirteis of the country some riiided in jeiHon others by letters and h tndreis by win Were 1m the spotita oiis cxprsion of a grateful people to rd one whou prmid and unswerving career had won fur ulilce tlia venera tion of his party and the admiration of the nation Muny Iltippy Itwturns of Dtiy said Mr LievelfiUiJ you may yut bo ire I many iears of usefulness to so the fullest fruits oC our do and your tuac iiingi Mr Thnrnuiii quietly spent the day at his resilience sumum led bj his fiuuily There was some talk of the visiting cluhd tendering him an impromptu reception but ihe Inert i commit Lte decided that in view it hla advanced aye ind condiiion it Wiuild bj to allow him to avoid IXeitement JIEK to rest until tho tveninjf and so the proposal was aban doned Letters of regrut were received from Vice f reside tit Morton and Gov grnorKleet Laitison of Pennsylvania O rover veluml The cxprfMtiUiit tendered a recep tijrj at 11 a TII Fit he govtniorri office where Mr met lhe many dia representatives if that party which know led him 111 leador Dur the reception tic firing of cannon wel comed Mr Cleveland to the state of Ohio Tlie clamorous crovd which assetiiMed iu the Luildini would nut depart without personally firueLinix tho and line was fnnrd and us tim intiltiutdu ebbtil slou y t Imuiuh Mr Cleveland whouk hiiiuls with ills liy his aide sruod iluvtruor Campbell had ventuid out for ttse first during the day Outhwaitu Hon Ju K Miliiiilil Indiana and sev tThl elier LKniLcrats of national celeb rity iroin initt t DfinttcrutH Aimn iluprominent Djuiocrats who cnnu to the cty to attend the oeltdjration were Springer of Illinois Maiisur of h wait ot Oiiio n Auricnll ure Cole man of MisMurt CtovoriHirflect Boyd of Tresident Hubert J Smith of theIroquois club Chicago and Coa tiivs i en Our Ill rrow ami Mt liana of Ilin i these there were hun dreds of other Dtiuocriits irom this and who came individually or in clubs ui tribute of respect to the staiesman and when the exsemiior arm in arm with Pi evident John J Leniz of the Th tilman club appeared upon tlie scene oloaely followed by Cleve land and Senator Joseph McDonald the cheering was hearty and prolonged Arrangement of the Mr Thurman sat on the riyht of the president his son AIuu W telny next TO THE OLD STATESMAN j to him and then ia succession Senator McDonald Don M Dickinson C P Bruckinrklge Gen ThraiiHS Gov ernor Boyd To the leFt of the chair were seated Grover Cleveland Geu H A Har rison and Bishop John A Watterson Daniel Laniont and Governor Jackson Nearly two hours were occupied iu dis cussinj the elaborate menu It was after 10 oclock when President Lentz rapped for ordur and in a few wellchosen wurda proposed ihu toast of Our Guest Mr Thurrmui on risiug to respond was greet ed with uproarous upplaiuia which lasted several minutes Silence having been rej orad Mr Thur mari Hpokc as f iiow I arn not htrt toniyht to make an elaborate speech 1 am fiLru tu xpress in a few btn teiiccii my heartfelt appreciation of tho honor yrii have kindly seen fit to do me to thank with my whole soul my my fellow mull from oilier htaLcri for their murk of friend shiii and eslecm I am hen at tlio of 77 to my testimony MO often of my con jhlunce in tliu beneficent effects of free institu imi arsd my firm belief of their dura turn on hi coiitmmt arid their gradual but certain xtfiisiun over uther and poi1 fun uf ihe lube 1 I lint it is not presumMumid in me to iy tha I think that I have some uf tlio qualifications uf a on this subject Tlir uf tt Short us my life hits in comparison the lives of nulliiirt it has boen long tor iuc to HI e my native lund under fre increase in pupitatiui more thin sieved fuld in wtahh in a far vury far tfrotir in extent of TIT itory moro haii diitblo iu area Inttc iMiiural Wtill IJUJIIK and of a ml in their tjilti uLliiiiii tidvatitauei an L relict pijvi IcKeH wilho it u rival in tin wnrU Iti works of internal Improvement iin ttul jiKrciil urc its vcreat ininm and conirniuiicatiin the c eat ions or ivuiieu and skill surpass anj tiling hefure known by the human race ItcjMib icari IdciiS Victorious And in these same seventyseven yearn the coustitulion of nearly every government Europe has been n meliorated ny the Milrodue t ion of more liinral prin tples Central and South America have a of ry lublici Canada and Aiistntlia tire subrttaii tially rejjiiblifan the and evuij in t Lie far east oriental Japan becomes more frmi and liberal with every revolving year And more marvelous Hsjlit ytt seems to be brtukiiiK over Afriuu and men of philosophic disposition ore predietintj without exciting ridicule her re letup ion from her burbfiih sleep of centuries In a uurd free dom nectiiti to beKradmiHy eirrumimvitfatiiitf the tfloby and proud thought for ihe Iolar star tUtt navigator is our own repub lic o tiie States Yearj nn Ohio Ci t VKOII What I have said may seem to fcoinu like extra vuwint optimiswi if so I Jjavo only to re ply that I have always preferr d optimism to pessimism and common s nse both und I dunr think that in what t have sid I have departed f om the teaohinics of my jnido My friends it Hventyorie yeaiw sin o at 0 years of I bfcame a riiixin of Ohio and 1 have been one of her citixens frcjn that day to this and will no doubt remain one uf her people uu il I shall In luid in my llual iest IIIK plaL n t aitn u ider Ii r sod It would bu tiie i trforman e of a yrat tul duly ou my part to apeak of the uniform kindness that I have retre veil from boyhood to ol I from the people of ths state of the hono s they have upon mi he oul my desertsof Tin Numerous und FiiundH have made ami ittachmont ncvor bo tocnoUen for a THO ment or reniu m lie red witluHit emotion of the disthuruisliLl men of Ohio whom 1 have seen and vvitii many vvbnin J jjif jiuiitely atQiainttjd and of tlit just pride with which I Imvu witnessed the growth of the state until her name is know and iomnuinds respcrt throughout the whole civ world Hut Ohin is the theme upon winch you will In MIT ynur distinuruished uovornor tind no oe is lietter tliialiicd tit dojuslicu to Ji than he J shall hero fore contino myself to a tow iKrsonal remiuis ctMHes which if they serve uooh r purpose will prove to you that it is an old Id irum whom you honor so highly Moil AVhcitti lit Has Kutiwn The spoaktr went on to say that he had ie trnis thereof iie naturally re rued our nnl simple The made our people the depository ot yovernnieat power he said had their sourcy in the American home Noil Ashamed of Cheap Goods lie thei said that the Democratic party would remain nuulterably attached to the plain and frugal uenple rlc was not disturbed iiy ihe saying that cheap and nasty go together and thia whoij system of cheap things is a badge of poverty but indignantly repudiates such an inter pretation of American sentiment What brought out these condemnations of cheapness Itwas hard to speak patiently in auswtr to this line of argument The people had lieen filled with hate nnd sectional prejudice been cajoled with and false promises and finally betrayed but thoy had at last aroused and demanded an explanation They had demanded redemption of party pledyes and clamored for cheapness that their families might have the comforts and necessaries oH life A Douhlu Celebration Afier sinre mor1 comments on the is sues of the dav Mr Clevelaud we at on as follows Ntiling CouLd so well acconipariy the honors we pay uur diiitintjuieitiiid jiuest as the celebra tion on birthduy of Uie victory which lias j u1 bfcuii acba ved in viiuLcaotin of Amer ican in him vt honor the man who 1 est illutrutud true American man1 hKjd and Itis are increased as wi aifj i olebrate the triumph of a IKii orratiu piimiplu fur which lie fought and fell jui two yuars aiiu and to complete our jiy miI liix we are permittc I to iudulKO iti true reniorTiitJc over the and devotion to its Toed exhib inparty winch knowing no d has fought to victory in the peoples njiicifnet jiJii Juiljeinent ui rifiw doubt our countrysnens ap i id trL t si well Uluitnit d IQ iruter of Alkn Thurmati which prninptfd iiint his lull career at ill linitf and in it 1 irninistiiiicos and with out nufinl to persoiiiil to do the jinks ubifh Jjis onsfiiniL1 and jurlyujent ap rovcd and sccnud to him to bt in the ti 11 lii i count ry and in accordance iiih Dijnocrailc faith can now oiibt that cnnstciiiO ntid courage point oat in way lo public FntuiH It entertain more solemn thoughts oa n Ift tliem cuncfrninLt tlii re whinh awaits us ay our fellow IIIMI plncu in oar their hopes ind tticir trust We sliull fail in our ohlUa inn to tinin if stiHu conscience and duty iy partisunHhip but we shall meet i very priotic expectation if In all wo do we ollmv the tiiiilancc r f true and honest Dum cra y iUujninatyd by the light of genuine THE CENSUS AGAIN THE EVENT OF THE DAY DiiiHiiitt ut U hich tin Old lloiuan le cluriHis lift Ivrme iu The eVi tin I t feature that was Itokod forward to with mist interest was Jif It was rt affair n like it had evjr be fore I u the Buckeye state ni Hutment armory hnd jvi I into a fairy land The elini and its white wished d Un from view by thou bright colored buutiug lifin The Knuree Uen raluns if it wtills were h and silken nnd banners innumera ble Around tlufloor tier above tier wtre the choicest proiucts of the while above all towert1 niijes tic palms and fragraut evoiics The orchetri hiildeu from v i u i mass of iu turu surround tv cur o mil ax At the the linil upon i pint form he and roses in bloom vvev purtruii of Ptxviident aud the tSpeciiil miesc o the uv Cheers tor Old Human end of with crayon seen and with the first governor of tlie stwie K hvard TiiTui that he had known its first United Stntcs senator ThoninH thHt he hat been privalesecrLtiiry to Governor Luuas had seen ami spoken to Gen William Henry Harrison and hiid beet intimately nc quaiuleil with ninny other illustrious Oh loans now dead and uone I to paid an yioqiniir irilMite to Hiifns P the and ominent lawyer An Uniiutliorizotl Iublieittion then concluded his rusponso IQ theso HLfvio I conclude is ono statement that 1 feil it my duty to make In one of our town papers n r saw my name siutreated aj that of a proper candidate for tho or vice presidency in re gretted very much to tliL suvrgesiiou for apenrintr in u paper known to bo very friendly to me nmt published iu tho place of my re i denre it niiubt naturally be suspected by th 11 it wa i iiisirt1 or atLast ap proved by uu Hut su h was not the I had uo that a would le mati0 until I saw it in i apor A IMllUtic Kttiiunciiitinn JSty frit nds hr mo say to you iu all sincer tty and without the least mental reservation tfvat I am not nor ill t ever he a can ditlatu for otliee I have been siitliciciitly Lumored y my pa tyand nither uoide nny further honor than continued friend ship uu i pod will tfentleiuen I have said etiough more i doiMl than I exptiotttl to say Oiye mire let me return yon my siu erst lianks Vou have the heart and iTiuhUne 1 tie footstps uf an oll your devuUt friend in hidcsceir of the hill tf life when he has almost rtachel its foot ilay Utn1 blesri you all is his earmwt prayer Huw It Was Kecolveil Thi3 effect of thyse words on the ban queterA was electric Ac first there was intense silence for a moment aud then the audience no longer able to restrain Itself burnt forth as oiii man uapkitH were waved aud there went forth cheer after cheer which mixbt have been heard like the reverberation of cannon for many blocks away Every man present felt that be had lost n comrade in the po litical battle smi the cbuer n I Ing demoustratiou as wuil a protest inexorable Time n id thus down one of the 01 Dd mocracy Kxrrosident Clovelatidi Sjirucii The announcement of th n x toast in America ml tiie prt ssiuatiou of exPresident Clevoiaad to re sponil was the for nrocher out burst of enthusiasm Mr CloveUud said AND GENTUKNIUN follow the of a Itfiirt fuU of tiuvoticn and encrauon us I te ideiTou the of the irreat stattof New York her triinite of af i full share of the glory which has beciishd upon the Anuruan name anil cluraeur by Gini Tliomurt Ijwinys Remarks ilie next tonst was responded to by Gen Thomas EwintC His speech deall with tlie moans of raising national re nao After a brief tribute to the guest of the and some referencea to thp resoiuces of the country hu said that the national revenue should be raised by tax t wealthy and not the comtnou ple To nt the euorraom burden ou we nit i inatoiid of the labor of the country vjis to no man check no industry but to insure a just distribution uf the annual iiui increase which labor mid capital combined produced Taxes To lie KiMiiovecf Tho tariff on salt an 1 sugar and tha in ternal tax on tobicco should bo utterly ijisljod A ifitional policy nitnded MclvinlLys bill protuc ton run mad Tiie Democracy did not advocate f rue trade but indirect help to weak industries The federal income and nlierUunee taxes repealed by tiie Repub would be he beikvcd restored by the Democracy They ought to be lev eil The mine check the phe growth of wealth Gas should he made by the cities not by private cor faiioiM and thura were other ways by which tUa of could be reduced Dcnmoracy for tlit Teoplo The party was formed by and for tiie people If bjliuves in their ability and their divine to rule It is not a fuker of pijiiticai nostrums but R nut afraid ro comb it new evils by use of legitimate powers The ues and which grew out of the war have long blinded the people to Che infidelity uf the Republican party to their interests But the awakening baa come at lat and from every quarter of tlie heavens we yet hear the reverbera tions of that thunder which on Nov 4 rolled from the White Mountains to the Concluding Remarks Geri EwinL closed a follows It iS tin anwer to Mr Reeds threat that lau Kepublican party would do the voting coijiuin nnd retnruiny It is their answer UJ Mr deuuncintioa of the Uluaml cheap It is their re e of the iioilsinua buy seats In cabi netaan i that Uujre a God in Israel It is the t Mr Hlaiiie iissertinn at SoutL lienit that the PLM tie of the United States want more jvroleitioi Ho caa now tiiatufullv Avithdraw Uusisupport of the act i the that he misun ders ood the people FeJow DtiiiLiHinit The atnpendotLi vi tory ivo now njoi e uver was not by oar wisdcm but hy tiu reel 1 si nnd unreasoning vioKini1 of our a 1 ievsaries May wo hold ami exend our victory by goo t c ie anI ino lera tiou Othtir Sviitiments Other toasti responded to by Sena tor McDindd Gjn Thomas Hon P Breckinridge and Hou Don rnd the speaking was still in progreiis at midnight The absence of Hen try who was to have re sponded a toast was due to the fact that the theme selactel conflicted with the one assign Ld Mr Dickiusou He thensfore withdrew bis aicepcance ABBREVIATED TELEGRAMS Mr Porter Replies to More Criticism Some TEE STEIOTUEES OF MB POTTIEES CertaJm Statements and the Imputation That Civil Service Reform Wan I c no red Hind Inferences Drawn TtnerefrcMW Did Increase of City Populations and What It Implies Comparison by Decades WASHINGTON CITY Nov Superin eiident Porter yesterday addressed a let ter to William Dudley Foulke president of the Civil Service Reform league in re Iy to a criticism of the latter on census office methods Superintendent Porter says at the outset tbat Mr Foulkeis as sumption to the etlect that Porter sought ail opportunity to defend ithe census in nk Leslies illuatrated newspaper Js not true because the article in question wits written at the very earnest solicita tion of the editor of that paper Mr ETcuIkus second assumption ihtvt Super ntendent Porter recommended to the president that the ceasua be taken by enumerators appointed upon the recom mendation of Republican congressmen and other influential party men Mr Porter says it is equally incorrect and in ts that the supervisors in with the law selected their own enumera tors Difficult to Obtain Men In many parts ot the country it was difficult to secure enumerators for less ban a day their employment to last roni Qftten to thirty days and an at tempt to subject this immense army to civil service would have been a farce if it md not been impossible Superintendent Porter says he should believe in the ac curacy of an enumeration conducted by a Pemocratio administration in the same iianner aud ia the same spirit as the eleventhcensus has been conducted but adds that a list of names secured by the police of New York is one thing and a census of the United States taken under ttie census law altogether another The intent ot the police enumeration wa6 to fitid more than the federal enumeration and this he says is sustained by many icts that have reached him from roliabJe ourcts lUgartllng Vital StntUUca Porter explains his sileuce regarding inferences to bo drawn from the vital statistics of the metropolis He says he thinks such inferences of value in the face of the exact count of the ieopie and declares he has repeatedly reateii this phase of the question in pub lic Jn support of the unreliability of vital staiiuics he cites the fact uly brought out in a report made to tilt English house of commons by a com mittee to inquire into certain questions uunuucted with lhe taking of the census ot England in which experts show wide diversity of ascertained facts from the population estimates bused on vital statis ics Some cities according to tables iu this report were shown to havii a popula tiou of 25 per cent above the registrar euerala estimates and other districts turned out to have populations 2b per cent less than the socalled estimate of die registrar general The Merit System Applied Superintendent Porter asserts that he has applie I as far as possible the princi ple of civil service to the appointment of snumeratora and employes of bis bureau Every important place in the bureau try expert iu the office every man or woman in charge of work Superintend ent Porter saya has been appointed sole y on account of ability to perform faith ful service in the lost or tenth census The merit has been applied suc cessfully uiul as a result the census bu reau today one of the most eflicieut clerical forces engaged in the public serv ice IncieHHG of Urban Population Speaking of the census returns from cities Porter says that oua of the moat remarkable features ot the census just taken the evidence of the growth of urban population During the past de cade this gain has bunu no leas than f0 per cent Speaking roundly said Mr Porter it may be said thnt in 3190 one thirtieth oC the population was found iu cities of more lhau SoOJ population in O onolwensyfifiih in 1810 and alao in LS20 onetwentieth in 1880 in 1S40 o tietwelfth iu 3S50 oneeighth in ISOO onesixth in 1870 more than one fifth in 1SSU half vray between onefifth d one quarter and iu 1S90 nearly three tenths Mr The eleventh census will show thit in the state of Massiohusetts Cully 75 per sent of the population reside in cities This phenomenal growth in the popula tion of our centers of industrial energy is indicative of the rise of our great manu facturing iudtidtrietf during the last de cade und illustrate the fact that this Country is now the foremost manufactur ing as well 09 i he leading agricultural na tion of the Fire at Syracuse X V Thurslay de stroyed property to the value of The FriruiLTd aud Xitiona bank of Hickmun Ky capiutl has been avithorzjl to beLju Danvel S Appletou hetd of the pub lishing tin ii ot D Appleioi Go died ut his home in Xw York Thursday morn inu Dr H M Dxterf editor of The Con died at his residence jn Bedford Mass morn Michael has withdrawn from the firm of P Armour Co in Chl and bought out the property of the firm in Omaha THE BASE BALL SITUATION It Still Fire but u Conference Will rrubably I3e Held XEW YORK Xov the meeting of the National league yesterday A Ix Johusou presented u letter saying that he had been appointed a committee of one in behalf of the Players league to confer with a similar committee from the Na tional ie gue President Young replied that the National league could not enter into nny conrtrredce with Players league uukSd the American association was made a party to such conference It is understood that the Players league will have no objectica to tliis and that a letter to this effect will be sent to the Xatiojiil league laefora the convention Comt5 to a close The Lottery Men Did the Work N ClTT ior The Even ing Critic publishes ie statement that the recent flurry in ocks aud the tem An UyearoId boy robbed Jlrs ZetIporary panic in this money miriec were lenfuw of Bridgeport Conn Wedne lue to the withdrawal fron rcilatloa day evening of her He was by the Louisiana Lottery C iyof its the relastacement of Mrs Margaret S Watkiua the delivery clerk at the post office who was yesterday week temporaiv ily suspended for telling Senator son that his fathers mall goes to the i dead letter office The postmaster I general says I insist that all postal em ployes shall be courteous and obliging ac all times Those who pay for postal fa cilities have a right to demand as much as ttiij of all of us HOCMEK ITEMS A Shoals Man Arrested for an Ugly Fraud EDITOB NOYBES SUDDEN ABSENCE UMBRELLAB fieciered e You Wait arrisied later The North River XX1 ft to surplus TtisKi bank of Xevc York rha Critioa il says to a Je si11 suspended Thursdav and lire to inJQre Waua axiiiiners wsrs bnar lookina Maaier who was reported a fieary bor rower ovr its owks all day Breiuitutl exports from the United content to rirvr the procejtliiji from the gnllery It was shurfy after 8 oclock when the cteeriug from the crowd which had ou the outside an the arrival of tha distionaisheti i to all hi countrymen Bnl1U Oar American Citizenship I tmrifon ot 11 The speaker then pai1 a tribute to Chicago 1 i American ciizinsbip aud declared that I we should be rarofauudl that inc was oiend a exhibit WASHISGTOS Cvrr XOT liPostmM n in the lice aud a gool attendj ter General sent a letter I to CSty Poatmastisr Sherwood dfrectina He Skips Because of a Little in Xiurglara at Work at Murdors Iu Ten the Club and Fouiui it Imllanji 1XD1AXAPOLIS Nov Stttes Marshul L F Long of Denver Colo arrived heTe Wednesday haying iu custody Milan D Fletcher formerly of Shoals Martin countyIn Ig7il Flaicher wis appointed guardian of Sarah E and William Anderson minor hetrj of Wij iim P Andersop an old soldier who had just died at his hotnp in Shoals Fletcher collected some pension money due the deceased soldier and applied it to his own use A Eieary Penalty InvaJred Oie of the children dleJ but the other upon coming of ajo preferred charges against Fletcher and tbe latter was fa d clod last April in the federal court here but he had Umppeared When arraigns d before Woods ha pleaded guilty Soutence wus withheld The penalty for Uia offeuae is a flee of or not more tbau five years impriaoumeut in tbe peni tentiary or boMi A POSTMASTER ABSCONDS ROCHESTEU Ind Xov M No jer for several years editor of The Akron E ige at Akron Ind and for the pat year postmaster at that village has abiconded after having defrauded numerous individimld Never WHS For three years editor and puhlisher of The Rochester Republican aud while rmi ning that paper he became involved and to get out of liia Qnanuial straits by raising money oa forgd notes Hu has continued his crookedness ever since attempting to cover fan work in which he succeeded until a days ago Already over iSOOJ In forgad paper has come to the surface It Is alno charged that ha was guilty of tampering with the mails Fnuml a Aluidercrg Club GUSHES Ind Nov Will iams of Bcrrien county Mich aiter weeks ot search has found a club with which an atrocious murder was com mitted u cuupu of months ago in Uiis county and was ou his way to Lierrion Springs lo attend the trial when he lost it somewhere between this city and Now Paris Its presence in the court room is considered very important by the prose cution Ilurglitry of H Jtnvolern Store PERU Itid Nov M broke into the establishment of Shirk Mil e irly Thursday morniug and stole about wonh of silks clothing jewelry etc One of the thieves was caught and said that tiiere was a gang of four pro fessiouala from the east who were taking everything they could Several other rob beries have been reported and were doubtless dona by these men A Bad Record for the County COLUMBUS Ind Kov M Gold was murdered and robbed by un known persons in a lonely part of this county known Dark Corner Golds death makes the twelCth one from viol ence iu that part of the county iu the last tea years Six of thU iiumbar wero suicides and the others were murderg Gold was hit on the head with some blunt instrument JolllOcatlon Meeting LAPoiiTE Ind NOT Demo crats of this city and the surrounding oountry a jollification meeting here to celebrate the victories of the recent election There wn a big parade dis play of fireworks everything that would tend to tunke tlie demonsration n success After tlie parade Congressman Shively and local speakers addressed the multitude Sued Hlnli fur Slander COLUMBCS Ind Nov It Mc Cornmck has sued his former business partner P II Sweeney for SoGOOO alleg that tile latter ha 1 circulated slan derous reports agatusc him D are wellknown citizius McCormack being a member of the Democratic state central committee nnd a prominent politician Slipped on the Ratln jEFFETiSONVJLLE lud Nor lain Oshorn ai aged man while crossing a slipped fell and killed by a New subuibun train Thursday evening before he could extricate himself He was car rying home mediuiue for a daugh tsr Got Judgment for 8117000 TERHE HAUTE Ind Xjv the suit of the National State bank vs tha estate of Tfaonjaa B Johns has awarded the plaintiff damages in the sum of SI 17000 This U the largest claim ever settled in the Vigo county courts Filed Notice of Contest jKFFtitsosviLLE Ind Nor Gibson Kepublicaa defeated by J C Lewman iu the racj for county clerk ol Clark county by votes flleJ notice of a contest He alleges bribery and corruption at the primary State iHUcellstnr Muncie is to have H new opera house to cost tiOOOO or tftOOOO Since January 6WO bouses have been be gun and completed within the corporate limits of Anderson Mr and Mrs David Heclden of New Albany celebrated their goldeu wedding recently They were mar red in that city fifty years ago by the Rev William Anderson whfi was then pastor of the First Presbyterian church The story come from the wilds of Brown county that Mra William Huz elly living in a log cabin who had left her infant lying In a cradle returned to the room in time to a hiticksnaka fc trying to swalLorf tLe child i haring Already engulfed its arm to tbfl i elbow She compelled tha suake to re its hold whereupon it attacked her but the woman was snccwcfol In suuulng U to death Tha inake wai seven i two inches long mud liz a haU inchei UNDERWEAR AMD GLOVES I Largest Variety Lowest Prices MAKE IT A POINT To Call at A HaukS And ses the Largest Stock of DIAMONDS WATCHES CLOCKS SILVERWARE SPECTACLES NOVELTIES 1 hat was ever brought to Logansport To be sold very low All Goods marked without extra cost 4IO Broadway SEreeEers Sensible Trousers XEreEcher The only article of the kind that a tailor can recommend as doing the work thorough ly without injuring the garment J S CRAIG MerchanWo Sole agent for Logansport lour Pants Bag at the Knee course they do and naturally you would like to overcome it Then BAD WRECK A Train Ooos Thri IN OREGON ttnd Truatle Kills Four Persona SALEM Ore Nov 15 Uy the giving way of a trestlo on the Southern Pacific at ake Labish Ore Wednesday night our persons loar their lires aud scores were injured The overland passenger rain carrying over a hundred passengers crashed through thetrmtle a id tbj wbola plunged inlo the swamp twenty feet be Hardly a person on the train es capcd injury and it is thought tbat sev eral of those most seriously hurt will die A lljtten Plooo of Work The trestle must have beun very inse curp ns it tave way as soon as th3 eugine struck it The engineer put on the brakes jut the train conEd not be stopped and every car went down The engine vas overturned and half buried in the mud Following were the tender mail baggage and expreis cars smokinit car and tour t sleeper and all were broken to pieces Taken Out and Injured The following were taken from the wreck dead J McFadden engineer Tim MuXeal liremati two passengers names unknown The following are the most severely in jured scout York city side and back sprained T C BeerUy and May and Nellie Uoyle Missoulfl Mont Barry North Dakota Injured about the throat C M Burrpw Ellsworth Kau back sprciiued Fred Ellsworth Kan sprained and it is thought received in juries Mr Hammel and wife Philadel Capt Jack Crawford the poet Samuel Aoson of New i A lric i t s m dt i hu b ve ball nrrs u r Spalcl s r s a lu Mlk IMHto the r jiiih tor didut IllUmiicir 114 stars one for i lie club X In in liit win each F uul Joseph U Urown tiott in ihe race prohocutiug uttorney fur Llojici af t couticy Michigun and ac law they diew hits for the filcf Hli S won May CITV The are tliwtnhr for tjjirtvslx huuns fidtu p in mid Far stationary tem sout winds rur lllinoUln diaiia Fair till aturday niKht hi y southerly wnds A SugactoUH Hobln Mrs Uurwi II of WesUield Conn found a helpless robin a year ago last summer which had fallen from its nest whLe learn ing to fiy She placed it ia a cage and raised St This summer she released it thinking the bird would be happier at lib erty The robin returned to Mrs Bur wells yard last week and flew y3on her finger When spoken to he ww willingly taken Into the bouse and tliriv be gave unmistakable expressions of at be ing in his old home After the had away the empty czgy was brought to the room and Htraiuhi into it dew the robin He hopped up to his perch and there settled down in evident xmtent mcnt lie hadnt forgotten when to look or his food nor for what bis bath was in tended It is believed that thi biid didnt know wh1 else to do when the cold weather Haven Eegister Two on a Tour A story is told that on one occasion phia both injured in spine J L Kimber lee Neenah Wis back hurt C Griebel Milwaukee G G Newman Phiasant Forks Canada painfuhy injured about I Charles Dudley Warner who is near the throat James McGarry United neighbor and friend to Mark Twain States marshal of Salt Lake Utah nose broken leg probably broken badly io jured internally and it is feared ho die will Death of an Old Government Clerk WASHINGTON CITV Nov Will iam Pope of thia city a clerk in third auditors office treasury depart ment was btricken with apoplexy in the treasury department Thursday moirning while on his way to his desk and died shortly afterward Mr Pope was years of age and was ono of the oldest cierks in point of both age and wsrrlce la the employ of the government THE MARKETS CHICAGO Nov 13 The quotations on the board of trade were as follows opened tefac clBed December opened 86Hc closed ftio May opened 8104JJ closed 81te ipened 5fc closed December opened 5ljc closetl May opened closed Gate Xovember opcneil cloied De cemb r opened closed May opened closel opened ani close 1 1900 Jaaoary opened SUS7J4 closed 81 75 May opened ISIZTH close 1 tUiM opened clwe 1 S615 Live Stocks jards report the following prics openefl act ive and strong at yesterdays figures ijll pfir tlei buying Itebt grades ZAYaASn packing i37j mixed heavy packing ani fbipvtag lois S3jflaH20 Prodate sepirator 2gc flue gathered cream dairies finest fresh frtsii packing stock 10412C Egg cand ed loss off per doz ice bonsj stock Live poultry Chickens 7c per a spring chlckeas 74 Hc tarkejs spring 8 jJflc dacks psese StsOiiO per doz Pota per bo Apple green per bbL Sew York NEW YORK or IX 2 red winter caih i do JLOtJfe io JlNJi Crn 3 2 mixeA i cab ii do Januaiv No 2 Diixed 49Hc do December do itay naL mess I Decamher S6J36 iacnary Live stcct nrci but DO tiadJnffin beerw dreeied aatlre sides tfiHcS t Sheep and Lambiifitteep lower siheep 100 Us lambs Vi630 Hogsilartet him to go walking and Mark i usual refused Dudley insiatwl but to no purpose Yon ought to do it he said finally Its according to Scripture No Marktheperf ctnian chestnuts on me replid the bumorist roar Tiie fifth chapter of Matthuw verse the fortyfirst said Mr Wanuir which reads thus And whoever Bhali compel thee to go a mile go with him rwain Mr Clemens went with Mr Warner ttat Star Our Mni Blossom to her hnsbind who has come home with a black what you get for riding a bicycle Mr Blossom my dear its what I get for not lieing able to ridie Not 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