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   Logansport Pharos (Newspaper) - November 17, 1890, Logansport, Indiana                                LOGANSPORT DAILY PHAROS 16TH YEAE MONDAY EVENING NOVEMBER 17 1890 NO 173 JOHN GHATS AMONG TIIE BEDOUINS AGAIN ON CLOAKS All Now Goods No AUvancfj on Prices Largo Stock lo Select from Splundid Light to See them Garrnonts as RopresentoJ No Hurnbuy Come HiKllA llurK V M HIVN 31AN Ait ONK NlfiMT INfY MONDAY NOVEMBER 17 Tho Murmifmfni take ph HHIIJC in itiinouncinfj ilaitppfurniKfof tho Qreenwood Qomic Opera Company SELECT 3G On wtiitli vii tltf Otxrti BOCCACCIO Ity Viu Si A HilTitliJ tuitjnnv Supirh Mnic Sin ii horn H for f hi liiiKiiuiMiiMt Knt ire lower 7V Ililctiny entire Seuts on nuIJ ul Mat e rial 12thSt Drue Store FURhlTURE PhMCIiS THli LOWEST Our Designs areNew None hut the Hist Allowed to Leave SdlosrtHja J IV Hendera SODS that will boor biua Tobacco can riorand No equal at It IS worth wtyle toVfry it Theres frofit and pleasure rorTUU in OLD HONESTY S EIGHTH SERMON OF DR TALMAGE ON HIS RECENT TOUR IN PALESTINE Father of OH Dwell In Tents and HartCattle How the Patriarchs Llred in JafcoVs Well The Plain of EnrruelonA rmagsddotir BBOOKMV Xiv Thfo morning in the Academy Music in this city and IJhis evening fit The Christian Elerald serv Ice in Nivv York Academy of Music1 Dr nmgf tlic eighth of the scries of sermons In in giving on his tour in Palesf inc At hijii services the lding won crowded to their utmost Rapacity in Im rnrmUs after the duors were uid all whj riiiiu itcr were unable to ut in Hr Tal mails subject i wrus AfmniK lifdonins Lti his ttxfc Num x oi as them knowesb how we art enfuajj in the wildcrmKS ifLer niiiht wu havu in tenfc in IaiCMtiri1 There are larue villagers of fiedmiins without a house and for thive 1 thousand years the people of t hose e lived in black tents made nut of dyed i nH and when tin winds and Btorrns wore ant niiil tort those others of thesaine kind took plnncs j Xaali lived in a tenl Abraham in a tent Jnooii piufud tent on the mountain aac pitched his tent In the vaihy Lot j ished his tent toward Sodom In a tent the woman Jui luiiVd SUcrn the general j tr the ground first having KivtMi him suur milk culled as a soporific to make him sleet soundly that the effect of ffuch nufrii ion as modern travelers can i testify The Syrian army in a tent Tho j battle sln7it was To your ten Us O Israel1 Ptti was a tent makr In ileed Isaiah mauniliceritly poetic indi cates hat all Mie human race live under a blue tesit when he says that God srixtcli cth Hie as n curtain arid Rpreadrth lieru out us tent to dwell in and compares death to tlic strik ing of a tent saving My is removed from me MS a shepherds tent In our rrnt in Palestine toniyht I hear something I never heard Ufurx and hope never It is voice of a hyena amid tht rocks near by AVhen you may have tfns monster putting his mouth between the iron liars of a muimu firio he is a captive nnd he a humil luied and suppressed cry Hut yonder in Che midnight on a throne of rocks lie has nothing to fear and Inutters himself in n loud resounding tcrrilic almost super natural sound split tin up t he darkness into a deeper midnight It begins with a howl and ends with a sound something like a horses whining In Uie hyenas voice are defiance mid strength and bloodthirstincsa and crunch of broken bones and death PKASTS OK IlKY NO IOXGKI TIIKI1K I ftrti cflad to say that for the most part Palestine is clear of beasts of prey The leopards which Jeremiah says cannot chatiur their spots have all disappeared find tho linns that once were common all through this land and used by all the prophets for illustrations of cruelty and wrrth have retreatifl Infore discharges of gunpowder of which they have an in describable fear But for tht most part Palestine is what it originally was With the one exception of a wire thread reach ing fron loopa to Jerusalem and from Jerusalem to and from Nazareth to Tiberias and from Tiberias to Damas cus that one nerve of civilization the tyhi graphic wiro fur wr found ourselves only a few minute from Brooklyn and New York while standing by Lake with that one exception Palestine is just as it always was Nothing surprised mi so much as the persist eiuL of everything A shoep or horse falls dead and though the sky may one miimte befure be clear of all wings in live minutes after the skies are black with eagles cawing screaming plunging fight ing for room contending for largest mor sels of the extinct quadruped Ah now I understand the force of Christs illustra tion when he said Wheresoever the car cass is there will the eagles be gathered to gether The longevity of thosj eagles is wonderful They live fifty and sixty and gomctimis a hundred years Ah that ex plains what David meant when he said Thy youth is renewed like the eagles 1 saw a Hhepicii with the folds of his coat far bent out ward and I wondered what was contained in Lhat amplitude of ap pnrol and I ail to the dragoman Uhat has that shepherd got under his cuuf f And the dragoman said is a very young Iamb Uu is carrying it is too young and too weak and too en Id to keep up with the At that moment I saw the lamb put its head out from the shepherds boun and I said ThTO it is now Isaiahs description if the1 tenderness of he shall gather tinhunbs with his arm nnd carry them in his bosom WOMKN KAIUY AT Tin SKITLCHKII Passing by a village home in the Holy about noon I saw a great crowd iu and around i rivito house md 1 said to tho dragoman David what is going on there Somebody has rtcently clted there iml their ncigliburs go in for several dayi afrer to sit down and weep with the There it is I said the oUJ scriptural cusrom And tuatiy of the Jewsoanieto Martha and Mary to com fort them concerning brother Karly in the mornuig passing by a cemetery HI the Holy Land I saw I he graves about fifty WIMUMI divssed in black and they were crvtu Oh my child Oh my husband1 Oh my father Oh my mother Our told us that every morning very iarly for threemorn ings after a burial tVwomen go to the sepuUher and after tint every very Ciirly for a year As I saw this just after daybreak I said There it is again the same itfcrrd o in Luke the evangelist ho says Certain women which were early at the sepul cher THE WON But here w well tho ru most ilistingu TUFlL OK JACOB found ourselves at Jacobs st fiTtous well in history iud for two things because it belonged tot hiI I patriarch ufterwhom it was aiul for the wonder ful things Christ said siatM on this welt curb to ti Samaritan We disrviunt fniii our hvirscs in nun nrul our dragoman climbing up to tbu well over slipptTV sruiubles and frightens us all by nearly falling into it I measured tlu1 woil at tiie top tun found ir MX iVtc from ti to edge s growths Seine uil ovorhaiiL it In one place tlu roof is broken t m hank the wall on all sides Ojr tooc pebbles roppod them in aiul from tho time Ley left his hand to tuo they cliche on the bottom yud ho r it was thouirh not dvop a riuO iVr evorv d iv travelers the tkiKof MIUTI ivll tliLuavrlcr the well was a hn ri d six yfive feet deep it iorly Sri great U the cnriositv of the world t that well duriar the dry season a Capt Anderson tlcsmuleil vreil ac one place the so cioso bo hail to put his hands over las head in order to get through anil then he fainted away and lay ai the bottom of the well as taough dead until hours after recovery he came to the surface It is not like other wells dicxred down to a fountain fir nils it wuc a reservoir to catch the frilling rains and to that Christ refers when speaking to the Samaritan woman about a spiritual supply he said he would if risked have given her living water ihfit is from a flowing spring hi distinction Lrom the water of that wcII vhkh was rain water But why did Jacob make a there when there is plenty of walor aK around and abundance of springs and fountains and seemingly no need of that reservoir Why did Jacob go to the vast expense of boring and a well perhaps two hundred feet deep as first completed when by go IOK a little way oT he could have water from othtr fuuntaitis fit little or no ex perise Alj Jacob was wise He wanted bis own well Quarrels and wars urisc wkli other tribes and the supply of Water might be cut off so the shovels and piekaxeri and boring instruments were or JLcrtid ard the well of nearly four thousand years ago was sunk through the solid rock When Jacob tlius wisely insisted on hav ing his own well he taught us not to be unnecessarily dependent on others Inde pendence of business character indepen dence of moral character independence of religious character Have your own well of urace your own well of courage your own well of divinesupply If youare an invalid you have a to be depen dent on others But if God has given you gootl health common sense and two eyes Mid two ears and two hands and two feet lie equipped you fur independenceof all the universe except himself If he had meant you to be dependent on others you would have been bnill with a cord around your waist to tie fast to somebody else No you are built with common to fashion your usvu opinions with eyes to find your own way with ears to select your own mu sic with hands to flight your own battles There is one be in in the universe whose advice you need and that is Cod llavu yniir own well and tho Lord will lill it Dir it if need be through two hundred feet of soliI rock Uiy it with your pen or it wjtli your yard stick or digit your shovel or it with your Bible VOLNCi MAN HUILb FCIf VUUliiELF In my small way I never accomplished anything for Gorl or the church or the world or my family or myself except in contradiction to human advice and in obe dience to divine counsel GoLknows every thing and what is the use or Kohitf for ad vice to human beings who know so little that no oiits biit tin3 ail seeing Clod can real ize how liuh it is I suppose that when Jacob begun to dig this weil ou which we are fiittiiig this noontide people gathered around and yuid What a useless expense you an going lo when rolling down from yonder and down from yonder Mount Ebal ami out yonder in the valley is plenty of water Oh replied Jacob that is all true but suppose my neighbors should get angered agaimt me and cut oil my supply of mountain bever age what would I do and what would my faintly do and what would my Hocks ami herds do Forward ye brigade of pick axes and crowbars and go down into the depUis of these rocks and make me inde pendent of all except him who ills the bottles uf tlie clouds I must have my own Young man drop cigars and cigarettes and wine cups and the Sunday excursions and build your own house and have your own wardrobe and be your own capitalist Why 1 have only hundred dollars in come a says some one Then spend four hundred dollars nf it in living and 10 per cent ot ir or fifty dollars in benovo leme the other fifty in to dig your own well Or if you have a thou sand dollars a year spend eight hundred doturs of it in living 10 per cent or one hundred dollars in benevolence and tlie remaining one hundred in beginning to dig yoiiLown well Tiie largest bird thatever levthrough the air hatched out of one1 egg and the greatest estate brood fcd nut of one dollar 101 WILL Do HIS PART I suppose when Jacob began to dig this wel whose curb we are now seated this December noon it a dry season then as now and some one comes up and says Now suppose you get the well fifty feet deep or two hundred feet deep anil there should be water o fill it would you not feel People passing along the road and looking down from or Mount Ebal mjir by would laugh and siy That is Jacobs well a groat hole in the ruck illustrating tliei mans folly Jacob replied There never brcn a well in Palestine or any other country that onro thoroughly dug wns not snnur or later filled from the clouds and t lust will he mi exception For months afterJacob had completed the well people went by and out of respect for the deluded old man put their hand ovir their mouth to hide a snicker and the well remained ns dry as the bottom of a kettle that has been hanging over the firi1 for three hours But one day tlie sun was drawing water and the wind got round to the east arid it began to drizzle ant then great drops spiasJied over the well curb and the heavens opened their reservoir and tho rainy poured its floods for six weeks and there came maid ens to the well with empty pails and car ried client away full and the camels thrust their mouths into the troughs and were satisfied and the water was in the well three feet drop and lifty feet deep and two hundred feet deep and all the Bed ouins ot tin1 neighborhood and all the passersby realized that Tocob was wise in having his own wvll My hearer it is your part to dig your own well and it is Gods part to fill it You do your part and he will do his parr Much is said about good luck but people nho arc industrious and self deny ing almost always have pood luck You can atTonl to be laughed at because of your j application autl economy fot1 when you get your well dug and filled it will be your turn to laugh TIIE MOUNTS OF IILKSMNL AND CVKSING But look up from this famous well and see two monitaius and the plain between them on which was gathered the largest religious atulicnce that ever assembled on earth about live hundred thousand people Mount Gerizim bout eight hundred feet i Mgh on one side and on the other Mount i Ebal ibe former called the Mount of Bless j inj aiul the latter called Mount of Cursing At Joshuas comiv TV six tribes j stood on Mount Gerizim rhe for keeping the i and six I tribes stood on Mount Ebal tbe f curses for breaking the law while the Jive j hundred thousand people on the plain cried Amen with ui emphasis that ruist have made the earth tremble I do not believe thar says sonieono for those mounraici i tops are two miles apart and how i could a voice be heard from trr to top My nniawvr is that while the tons are two miles apart the bases of tae i mountains are only half a mile apart and i tbe tribes stood on the sides of the mount ains and the air is so clear and the acous tic qualities of this greac natural amphi j theatre so perfect that voices can be dis i tinctly heard from mountain to mountain i a has been demonstrated by travelers fifty 1 times in the last fifty years Can you imagine aaythiasr more thrill ing and sublime and overwhelming than what transpired on those two mountain sides and ia the plain between when the responsive service went on and thousands of voices on Mount cried Blessed shalt then be in the city and blessed shalt thon be in the fields blessed shall be thy basket and thy store1 and then from Mount EhaL thousands of v eryiiitr OirseTl U Jjtr taat reinoveth his 1 landmark Cursed be lie that tlie blind to wander out of the j way and then thercj njlled tip from aJl t the spaces between the uiountAins that one with the devout of earth close their prayers and tint glorified of lieaven finijih their doScolojries Amen that scene only to Ix surpassed by the times which are coming when the churches and the academies of music and the auditoriums of earth no longer enough to hold the wor shipers of God the parks the mountain the great natural amphitheatres of the valleys shall be tilled with the out pouring populations of the earth and mountain shall reply to mountain as Mount Gerizim to Mount Ebal and all the people between shall ascribe riches and honor and glory and dominion and victory to God the Lamb and there shall arise an amen like the booming of the heavens mingling with the thunder of the seas THE IlFAltTBKOKES FATHER On and on we ride until now we have come to Shiloh a dead on a hill sur rounded by rocks sheep goaty olive gar dens and vineyards Here good Eli fell backward and broke his neck and lay dead at the news from his bad boys Phineas and Ilophni and life is not worth living after Gnus children have turned out badly and more fortunate was KU instantly expiring under such tidings than those parents who their children recreant and profligate live on with broken hearts to see them going down into deeper and deeper plunge There are fathers and mothers here today to whom death would be happy releiise be eansc of their recreant sons And if there be recreant sons here preterit and your parents be far away why not bow your head in repentance and at the ciose of this service go to the telegraph oflice and put it on the wing of the lightning that you have turned from your evil ways Before another twentyfour hours have passed take your feet off the sad hearts of the old homestead Home to thy God O prod igal Many many luLtere do 1 get in purport saying My sou is in your cities we have not heard from him for time we feir something is wrong hunt him up arid a ay a good word to him his mother ia almost about him he is a child of many prjiytrs Uut Low can I bunt liirn up 1111oss he be in this audience Where are you my buy On the main floor or on this platform ou in these boxes or ia these great galleries Where are you Lift yuur right hand 1 have a message from home 1mir father is anxious about you your moiher is praying for you Your God is calling for you Or will you wait until Kii falls back lifeless and the heart against vInch you lay in infancy ceases to beat What a story to tell in eternity that you killed her My God Avert that catastrophe But I turn from this Shiloh of Elis sud den decease under bad news from his boys and find cluso by what is called the Meadow of the Kuast While this an cient city was in the height ot its prosper ity on this Meadow of the IVust there was tin mm mil where tliu maidens of thecity amid clapping cymbals and n blare of trumpets danced in glee upon which tlmiirfamls of spectators gized Uut 110 dance since the world stood ever broke up in such a strange way as tlie one the Bible One night while hy the light of the lamps and torches these gayetiey went cii two hundred Beujamites who hud been hidden behind the rocks and among the trees dnshtrj upini ihescene They came not to injure or destroy but wishing to set up households of their own tho women of their own land having been slain in battle by jmrDnecrUd arrangement each one of the two hundred Benjamites seized the one whom he cliose for the queen of his home and carried her fiway to large estate and beautiful residence for those two hun dred Benjamites had inherited the wealth of a nui ion his life on thepom ot a s ore spears Buc rier battie came His tory iwrtriys it ehanrs it painting colors it and ill admire that struggle to keep in the woodea cross on whieli Jtsus said to have ex pired Ii was fi in ivbich miuirleil the fury devils and the grandeur of angels of dead Christians on this of dearl Miihammeti atis on othei The tuttckwas hoi tet close aiMiuud the cross upheld by the bishop of Ptolemais himself wound ed and dying And when the bishop of PtolemaLs dropped dead the bishop cf Lydda seized iLe cross and again it carrying it onward into a wilder and fiercer light and sword against javeliri aad battle ax upon helmet and piercing spear against splintering shield Horses and men tumbled into heterogeneous death Xow the wooden cross on which the armies THE INDIANA WIKE M Young Adventuress Gets Her self in Trouble ATTEMPT TO PASS A FOEGED OHEOX 1 VillaitiuUA Scheme of n Young Mnn Nipped In the Nurruxvly cnptfs Tar Hurt Kent hers White Cap I DeciilouThat Xot Tleaiie Ketitiicky Jfinul KnockOut for the j lieef TEKUE HAITTE lad Nuv pretty 1 lit t Id blonde woman apparently not more tbau 19 years old giving her name As today near Shiloh we look at the Meadow of the Feast where the maidens davced that night anil at the mountain gorge up which the Benjamites carried their brides we lHthink ourselves of the better hind and tlie better times in which we iive when Mich scenes are an impossi bility and amid orderly groups and with praver and bfriiLdiction and breath of orange blossoms and the roll of the wed ding march marriage is solemnized and with oath recorded in heaven two im mortals start arm In arm on a jonrnej to last until death do them part Upon every such marriage altar may there come the blessing of him who stUefch tho solitary in families Side by side on the path of life Side by side in their graves side in heaven But we must this afternoon our last day before n aching Xaxnreth our tent ou the most famous battlefield of all time plain of Ksdraelon What must have been the feelings of the Prince of Peace as he crossed it or the way from Jerusalem toXazaixih Xot a ilowcr blooms there but has in its veins the inherited blood of flowers that drank the blood of fallen ar mies Hardly a foot of ground that has not at some time been guIJied with war chari ots or trampled with the hoofs of cavalry It is a plain reaching from the Mediter ranean to tho Jordan Upon it look down the mountains of Tabor and Gilboa and Carmel Through it rages at certain sea sous the river Kisiion which swept down the armies of Sisera the battle occurring in November when there is almost always a shower uf met tors so that the stars in their courses were said to have fouglit against Sisent Through this plain drove Jehu and tho iron chariots of the Canaan ites scythed at the hubs of the wheels hewing down theirawful swathes of death thousands in a minute The Svrianarmies the Turkish armtes the Kgypiiau armies again ami trampled it There they career across it David ami Jnshua and Godfrey and CMUT c Lion and Baldwin and plan or only fa mous for the past but famou H the Bible says the gtvar decisive Lle of the world wiil U fuught battle of Armageddon THE FIGHT FOP Tilt HOLY CHOSS To me the v the irore because uf t11 desperate itatiUa here aud in regions rorrd in hkh the holy the very two jiji if wood on whijh wis 1 e lucn Carrie1 a dard at tbe heo J of the Christian host and that nighfc closing neyes in my tent on the plain of there are some things we I can see butter with eyes shut the scenes of that ancient war come before J me The Twelfth century was closing and j Saladin tbe head of eighty thousand j mounted troops was crying Ho for Jerusalem for all Palestine and before tibem everything went down but I not vrithont unparalleled resistance In i one place one hundred and thirty Chris i tains were surrounded by many thousands of furious Mohammedans For one whole i day the one hundred and thirty held out against these thousands Tennysons when someone had blundered were eclipsed by these one hundred and thirty fighting for the holy cross They J took hoH of the lances which had pierced them wiith death wounds and pulling them i out of their own breasts and sides hurled I them bfLck agrain at tbe enemy S On went the fight until all bnt one i Christi an had fallen and he mounted on the last Iborse wielded his battle ax right j and left till his horse fell under the plnnge of the javelins and thetnder making the sicu of the cross toward the sky gave up of Christians had kept their eye begins to as Khe1 Towue of Chicago cimo here waver bcMrins i descend It fails nnd the On NWduesdar night imd eugaged a roam wailing of the Christian host at ac tbe Terw Haute house Sho claimed pearance drowns the huzza of the vic torious Moslems THE TIUCMril OK TJIE CHOsiV Bui that standard of the crctss only ceuiid to fall It rides the sky today iu triumph Fivihundred million souls the mightiest army of the ages art following it and where that goes they will go ucroiis the earth and up the mighty steeps uf tiie j Walki heavens In the Twelfth century ii seemed jot to go down but in the Xiueteenth century it is the mightiest symbol of glory and tri umph nnd means more than any other standard whether inscribed with or lion or bear or fctar or orescent That which Saladin trampled cm the plain of elon I lift today for your mahai iug The cros The cross Tbe 1out of It planted in the it saves the top uf it pointing to tho heavens to which it will take jrou and the outspread beam of it like arms of invitation to all nations ifs fuot Life your ey j to be the niece uud wjird of J II Wnlteer a merchant anI lliAt her mother aud j wealthy auut would be here to taka her to St Marys of the Woods the Ho wan Catholic seminary four miles west of here Friday evening ahe presented a i on a letter heal of J H St Co aul cotltniijiu cliecli botij of Vrhiob wdTd signed hy Walker She askad the clerk to cash the check He beuimQ suspicious aud ra porce1 tha m itter to tha police A tele gram was sent to Walkbr aud the an came unyinr Cisli check it is all right Is Jrobahly the lialj Ijater however another c units pra uttuncing the cliecc a forgery Tiie tirsc was in answer to one sjnc by the pretty conclusivelythatshe hud iin accomplice in Chicago 5 iturday to its victim Swear eternuf allegianco to 1 the maiiagor of the holol went its And as that mighty Hymbol of i to tbtJ Kd Hlia aocused pain and triumph is kept before us we will realize how insignificant ire the little crosses we are called tu bear and will more cheerfully carry them 3Iust Jesus Seir the cross alone Anl all thu Morkl Ko fret ii orciss fur every ono AiiJ a cross for ntt tJio clioclt 8htt broke down com pleely irid coufussuil siyiug that a Chi cago uewspnper artist was her Chicago accomplice claims to havo baeti the correspondent for yoniJ of the pa pers in the country Sho is thought to be a nolorijus ailvduturesa who 1 in u similar scrapti no Kansas City that she was 4Hib the correspondent As I full asleep tonight on my pillow in but she persist that her name i i Townfl the tent on the plain of Lsdraelou reaeli W K Olitrk WHS amstba Saturday after ing from he Mediterranean to the Jor dan tlie waters of the river KLshon soothing ilie as by a lullaby I hear the gathering of the hosts for the last battli of all the earth And by thiir 5 Americais here and Jtfirope is here and Asia is here and Africa is here and all heaven is here nrul all hel is liery and ApoIIyon on the black horse leads the irmies of darkness and Jesus on the white horse leads the armies of light and 1 hear the roll of the drums aud the clear call of the clarions ami the thunder of the can nonades And then I hear the wild rush f million rt troops in retreat and the shout of victory as from fourteen hundred million throats and then a sung as though all he armies of earth and heav en wen joining it clapping cyiuhals beat ing the of this world are become the kingdoms of our Lord and of his Chrisr and he shall reign for ever and ever REIj LY WAS AJ3RUTAL RASCAL Ho Also a fls the luvhig Will Testily K Xov Mnry Hen nessey tlie pretty 18yearold daughter ot John Hennessey of 03 Degraw street Bronklyn appeared Friday morning in the IJuiler street court to complain against John Keilly to ivliom to have been niurrii last nigiit Tenrs came o her eyes us she told her etory to Justice Tighe All tlie arrange ments she said for her mnriiagii had been completed hy Xov 8 nad on that date her father gave her to assist in furnishing thu Hut whiLh tlie young peo ple were lo oteupy they got back from their tour IJJookiti llif Iirit ITer lover called to see her on Sunday Nov 9 an I when she told htm of the present she had received from her father he requested her to give him thii money promising to return it on their wedding night The girl however told him that she thought tlie mouy was just na safe iu her custody and vry poitely but firmly refned his request Reilly tok his de parture apparently in no way hurt by girls actions But Ho Straightway Concocted Another Keilly appeared at houn on Monday morning and informed her that he had changed his plans and wamcl her to go with him forth with ton priest and have the marriage c remnny iierformed with out any fuss The girl reluctantly con sented They had not got mure thun a few blocks from the house when Keilly proposetl that they take n trip to Kocka way before geting married and to this she also we got to Kocka way Miss Hennessey continued he took rae to a lonely part of the beach and seizing me hy the throat threw me down He then tore open the bosom of my dress and taking SU7 of the 150 ran off leav me to find ilie way home as best I could Mliere Played the Fool In the evening when the girl reached her home she was shocked o find this note her You are respectfully invited to attend the wedlinr of Mr John Keilly and Miss Delia Lee to he held at ttietr residence OH Hicks stret Sunday evening Nov 30 ISTO Your trulr Jons KHILLY Even wirh this exhibition of perfidy on the part of her lover he would have pre ferred to allow him gi unpunished if she had consulted her uwn feelings but her parents insisted on her seeking legal redress Hriiiy was laer arrested aarV locked up tiie police finding him with his other charmr noon charged with being an ucoctuptcc of ss TowiiL1 JOY CAME QUICKLY TO GRIEF 15 id You n p Miui AVhn Suit of Tur uil F TEIIRL HAUTE lad X Neaily Got a Joy a young man tf about Ii2 vrho caniu here a week ago narrowly escaped n coat of tar and feathers a the hands of a baud of indignant citizens Saturday night He came here ostensibly to teach ia lenogrnphy and typewriting He adver tised freely in Vie newspapers and soon secured a number of female applicants for positions ail of whom ho promised large salaries The mule applicants were all refused upon some pretence or other Were a Liltio one of thu young ladies was lo secrecy ai soon as she entered the class Aurmu Lheiu were i number of daughters and sliters of some of the most prominent business men of the city lief ore Joy had proceeded fur with his work it dawned upon several jf the la lies that all was not right report ed the fact tit homo and a score of fathers were ready to apply the lar and feathers to iho young scoun Irel upon sight Saturday night was set as the time but Joy lUd His Object The police have evidence that Joy is ft procurer for diarcpuinhto houses the plan being by means of the BUinographic adwrrjKemeiit to get girls with f nitty and figures to these phices thy pretense of learning to be specialists then leaving t hem to their fate Joy gave an his Chicago ISO Thirtyfirst street He seemed to know something about me Heine and has prob ably been a medical student Kentucky Vill Kick at This INDIANAPOLIS Xov rather re markable decision was rendered by the Indiana supreme court SaturUy iu the case of James Walsh an Ohio river b man prosecuted for violating the Indi ana license law because ho hd sold liq uor ou the river near the Indiana shore without having procured a license in this state It was held that the state has power 10 punish who ou any stream constituting a boundm y line vio la its laws aiii the prosecut oni can he nuule in thecounty where the ilTtiiiL is conimitted Kentucky nl wjiys claimed jumdietjaiivvovr the Ohio river to low watermark o i ttie Indiana PACKERS GO TO THE WALL Assignment at City of Tliree Firms In That Line BOSTON Xov Kansas City Packiug and CaJise Refrigerator com pany the Kansas City Packing company and the Cold Blast JTI cum pnny have maId assignments fr tlie j efit of their ereIitors to George F Parker of Boiiton who is i director in the first 1 named concern The Kansas Citv Pack i ing and Chase Refrigrratar compuny hud practically iibsorb 1 rie two otaers but i separate orLranizitions were keot Tbe j capital stoic of the Kansas City Packing 1 aad Chase Kefrigeracor company is 000000 and the business is in cattle and bogs Itrutal Assault on H Child iNniANAPOLTS Iiil Xov large crowd uf ciiizjns ivdre ga1 hered around the residence of Joseph Wright on the south side Saturday wait ing if possible TO get a clue to the per petrator of tin outrage his little daughter Pearl tehe is but 5 years old and wns found late Saturday evening on the coirinuna a half a mile from her fathers housf iu an unconscious con ii tion in whicii she has reni lined excjpt uC short intervals ever since tjhe can give no dcscriptiui of tbe porson who as saulted her and it is itkely thai she vrill die before she is sufiicieniy restored to give an HCCJUOC of the oirraye ThHt Diessud 3Ieat Law INDIANAPOLIS Xuv supreme court ha case of the state vs Philip Klein tlie agentof the Dressed Ikel company who was arrested aome months iuo on a charge of 1 IE e n is thai b id not beea inspected in this state before being butchered The lower court held the unconstitutional but I tbe sttie apptaied Trie of I lower coust WHS iiflirnied Judge Herk shire holding that the jct of rim general j assembly id inimical the iuvs of trade i between state and therefore unc mstitu tional Kleins jirrest woa declared ille seo The Official JytHAyApoLis Xov J h re turns of the electiOQ htive re ceived hy the secretary of sn u the Deaiocraiic pluralities as t t rc crd officially are as fallow retary of Htrn Uiil M Mitchell judfe supreme crirt attorney general Svvtjcy clerk of ttie supniuiii court Voris super inienati i Lf public mstruc iya j Pell Pvelle statistician JS7J UMBRELLAS Recvered IVbilf Wait UNDERWEAR AMD GLOVES I Largest Variety Lowest Prices DEWENTER MAKE IT A POINT To Call at A Hauks Placet And see tho Largest Stock of DIAMONDS WATCHES CLOCKS SILVERWARE SPECTACLES NOVELTIES hat ever brought to Logansport To bo sold very low All Goods marked without extra cost 4O Broadway Do Your Pants Bag at tlie Knee Of course they do and naturally you would like to overcome t Then try Staters Sensible Trousers Stretcher The only article of the kind that a tailor can recommend as doing the work thorough ly without injuring the garment T Q A IT Merchant J O Tailor Sole agent for Logansport for Infants nnd Children CMtovia is so well adapted to children that recommend it as superior to any cuown to mo H A Aacnirn M D Ill So Ozfonl St Brooklyn K T cnrw Colic Constipation S ur Stomach Iiiarrhoa Enictation Klls fives Bleep di pcStiJU VFiUiout iojurioua medication TUB CsNTArn COMPANY 77 Murray Stnnt K 45 years oiJ mi DHH always been re garded as 11 good cititen They Are Not Crunlu INDIANAPOLIS Nov runor that Indiuiipolis in likely to havo a ball club lav aroused the citizens living in the j neighborhood of tho Seventh opened frmn Seventh to Xlulh streets bej twien and Mississippi This would cut tlie bll park in twnin and der it tumiess for the purpose for which it i has been usjd j Still Another Contest MAKTINSVILLE Ind Nor j Shier man Democratic candidate for i county clerk has iiled a contest suit t against K C GriiliUj Republican who j was given a majority of UO by the canvass ing board Phiermnn contests on the ground that the voto of an entire town ship was Illegal and if thrown out his majority would b abuut OJ Iloosier i A gninbling house at Columbus was raided the other night several arrests be made Five persons died suddtnly ot hoart dls ensL1 iu Orange Maggie Hunter filed a suit for ivory i ia the JelTerson couaty circail court rorn her husband Charles Hunter claimng tli at her was Caarns Hunter married her tonetfiun supposing as she said that she hal beea j divorced from a former husband shy tjai not heuce the second marriage H illgil and void The wife had her iliyga bind place in her name propriy aud lands valued a IC000 which now re fuses to surrender Charles Hunter I ega that the marriage be declare void He alo wants the property John DawsoDf of Terre Haute ctle brated the 101st anniversary of his birlh Saturday and he was culled upon by a large number of his friends during day wbo offered their congrat ulations Mr Dawson was born in Staf ford county Va Xov 15 eight years after Xew York was evacuated bj1 the British ROBBED BY TME JUNIOH MEMBER New York Scoundrel Us Mijiiey in Irtvute Deals NEW Yoltlt Xov has just been earned thai the brokerage lirm ot Mills Smith at IJroadvvay have Irten ruined account of the de Albert H Smith tbe j htitl continued for a period of six years and were discovered hy sheer accident on Saturday by A Wattsou the of the Jinn Smith confessed bin jjuilt to his partners and turued over to firm Wo00J iti cawli and real etstite vhicii hi said WIH every dollar he pon in the 1 HlK Method of LlamCHlltr In his confession he said that about jepri ho Iwcnma enib owinjf tti bad jjpeculatioriw on his own He needed to make oxl bin autl fliit he couid relurii U he started iu on bis criminal career His mode of operation was to buy either bcven eijcht or nine shares of preferred raise tbe figures to Kertnly eighty or ninety ou the by ainipLy placing a cipher after the figure and the letter the word eight and the letters ty after seven and nine Having a private account with the firm he was enabled in this way draw out ftJ per of the face or apparent ralue of the stocks They Are Frequently of ThU Kind Smith who ia about 45 years of ajje is well known on the street He bore good reputation belonged to many of Brook lyns fashionable clubs and was also A member of the late Henry Ward Beech era churjh Messrs Miila and say the defalcation will reach and that they are the principal losers How it was that tbe forgeries vrere not discovered long ago U a surprUe to all conceroed The firm late on Saturday u sijjtied and William A was sp pointed assignee Smith has been ar rested J nla nome Bridgeport Coon dccvr says the case ta The Creditors Probably Sale 1 The assignee stated that the stringency j Another WhiteCap Infamy I of the money marke ths chief cause led Xov the assignments He aUo said that the Burche a well know a citizen of Indian combined of tbe companies Creek rowasijip vr is anrnercifullv woahi not exceed fTSiOOO and the nom inal assets up The credUors would receive in ilrue payment in full Sorue of the wealthiest stock holders of the company would com1 to the rescue and the buintrAs would probably be carried on under im assignees a i p beaten by Friday He and his wife were asleep wheu a mob of masked men burst the opn with rail an i entered the room cotamantUog Burche to follow them His wift begged pitifuUy but they made him go out a few j yarcis from the bouse where they beat j j cleaned urith paper wiQ gnine him and threatened to kill him if be did i ter than vhcn cleaned with not leavei the cotmtrr Burche is about 1 We Improved on the Serpent WASHINGTON CITY Nov wreck o the British cruiser has caused considerable comment among the officers j of the navy reflecting credit to some tent upon the nswr ships of this governi ment The plans of certain of our new vessels have been based on English signs but ia every case the frames have been strengthened so that tt PMise no fear of a rep S on this side of the water A Senator from Wromiug CEETENXE Wyo Nov pate Joseph iL Carey was elected a Uuitd States senator by the legislature tatardiy oy a vote of j9 to 7 over George f W Baxter Dm Ihe second senator will te thown this wek It will likely i be Gjveruor Warrer though John W Hoyt and iL C Brown UK ixAh gaining j streugui j I Adams iiprej5 company will cottrana dort lottery tickirta POWDER Absolutely Pure I A cream f tarter baklue powder fit of alt in leavening S ment Keport Aug IT 1689   

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