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   Logansport Pharos (Newspaper) - November 18, 1890, Logansport, Indiana                                LOGANSPORT DAILY PHAROS 16TE YEAE TUESDAY EVENING NOVEMBER IB 1890 30 174 JOHN IIVS CORNER iAIN OS j They Are Likely to Cause Heap of Trouble CLOAKS All Now Goods No Advanco on Prices Largo Stock to Soloct from Splendid L4hr to Soo thorn Garrnons as Represented No lluribug Corno DAKOTA PEOPLE IN MUCH TEEEOE SCHOOL Material AT Looking for utt ut any Moment Ail Appeal for Help to Gov Milter An Agent LII tlio Koenliin ItUffcr Vlji tlio Trouble If Bt Chi cago on tin Jui of the I Unlink I in at Mnmliin Cmrur Nov j at the army i hirt art seriously concerned overi he threatened Indian outbreak in Jen MiUs was at his iiy and until lute last nnd CI Jknry C Corbin to imet tiie secretary of warand who U in full losvc of all the reiirdng the Indian say An Indi in up rising is no probable but the situation is certainly The only obsta cle in the way of war tin wuathjr for the Indians will hesitate if Ilicy d not re fiisi to take tile warpath in time of hcidiiist night to discuss the Indian aitu ntion Citizens have organized for pro tection Governor Miller was telegraphed to for arms and ammunition The state has about 500 stand of arms and 50000 rcunds of iixed ammunition All sorts of rumors are afloat Telegrams to Standing Uock are unanswered and the latest rumor is that a band of armed In dians left their tepees on the agency at 10 oclock yesterday morning PARNEUL AND MRS OSHEA DEBTS OP CITIES ti denk fur iictlon 12thSt Drue Store FURNITURE THE LOWEST Our Designs Nnnt Nut tin Uosl J Oeincrson it SODS norms and Irnrini fur u Illlxxnrtl A in Xirtli Dikota would a G dsend Dm if war does brvik onrit will be terrible beyond de scription iWure wuhav always hud tho of one tribe in quelling the uisturb miiris in iiother but no v this Hloux liinti trovi I ihi are band in a catise They are well and their Christ promises them tlmt every Indian wiio shall fall in avvir iigiiinst the white man shall be raised on ihat day noon ti come when the earth shall open iinl inrnlf til whites leaving it occupied by chown peo tin savages It will hu a mligiom of thu most terrible in tlio his tory of thu wirll HOW IT LOOKS OUT WEST There 31ly i mi Imliiiii Wur hut Ad viein Aro Cnnllict in A lehgnini from Hismarck X D says 1roiille is feared from the Indians at Standing and for the first time in lii Hit Mnj the axMir finds unib e govern them Kitting Dull nnd others have told the ng nl frankly that they Imve no fur tlnr us for tin whites and they lirmly by lie vi it only n qiiisiion of a short time when the whites will disappear from i ho face of the earth Sunday cmrieri from the agency arrived in Man Inn with in that an uprising of the Indi ans hud nlrtndy beiiln and if tile pleas ant weiilher continued ho uprising wor11 be guiral It also liiiiied ihat Indians have 1 LHii buying iimmunitioii for some time past neiirly Ilin wlmlu Mipply at IWamlnn havinu been mrcliasid the dealers uot until Sunday that sidling 10 the Indians tnlnulnl TJit troips at iMirt Viis ami Lincoln have bteu or dered to be ill tor marching or lers at a niomtius notice Tlurj Is much niiiasitifss iimoMg tliL sittTs west of the Msollri river and families ivu across to this side Old froiitierHiiHu dtclar iiouever that a mral mnisiug this lute in tinfall is not probable Aluriiiril lit I In Senpe til I hu Criize A d s itb from riinv S D says InlmiT of Hie Cbeytiine iiLtency l at lit say apparinMy yone mail dance ami that tluy vcfi the Uronchitis pient Con md relieves Consun live Persons 25 cer Cures Coughs Colds Hoarscncs Asthma f tinIndian Indians luive tiuir ghost bey liis or CUBES turrh PrlctltlCti At all drs and hi is niiMlih to kep tlieni quiet iilicr by ijtrsiiiisiou or Indian polic whose lUKhority they defy A great ninnber ticrmling to his statLinent lias itiiind plenty of iimniiiniiiiiii and he beliiVes it only needs Icld iipou thu part of one or two j to tmlue l linn all to use these weapons They have lately dipiscd of all tlieir recently isatud annuities to traders and have received in return arms ami iinnnu nition As Ibusi have been scattered widely over their reservation Mr Palmer says it looks ai they were only waiting for an uprising and he has askeil for troops Gen linger Not Apprelieusive GiMi Thus 11 linger win in Pierre yesti rday and said As anatter of fact the Indians are in certain locaities con siderably wrought up by their new prophets However u here it lirst broke out tin ardor is iibatiliL us for instance at Sniidin So fir is an ontbrivik is cimvnifd ihr will lie none Tho cold wNtlhr has eonu1 and a fow days tJutiMriiioiiiurcr beloiv ivill clitll tlitir religions fervor weather is tifntml to kftp up tin religious work and the they iiufnlge in is Very igning It Is too hird wurk to keep up uiutir and is too intense to last much limgrr In fact it has com ini ed to die nut ahLady in some locali ties Mr 10 BIG INJUN HEAP SAUCY IS T lie Vejiriiliii fj Tnk lie V inu Down UX Nov 18 Lnt night went into a hardware store f r auinuiuil icn The store epers iikM what they want M it for md tliey saM to bou white men and Ironan nary scalp IL knife n round liltir beail A setcKr nnud Anilron came in troii a pue ten miles out and llni six Intl ans eampil near tiis yserdy morninLT ami he told iiem lo 1 t refill of lire They told him to mind h s iwu bniiss and ouiin aipi he r inl showeJ their amnuini Orders The same iaihans iu uvvu yester day afieriivri nnd Iney told a triendiy Si ux tiiii they bflitijed tMhe nraiy Mess ah jnd were S ndown i the uwrvitim to meet tbe arnn l tn were iomilli iiiek to take piltage The Jury Them sis of tbe TeHtImoiiyrA Suggested The News in Ireland LONDON Nov 18 celebrated OSbeaParrieil case came to an end yes terday ay was inevitable with a verdict in favor of Capt OShea As stated yes terday in these dispatches the refusal of Parnell or his paramour to put up any defense was prima facie evidence of their guilt and the countercharge that the prosecution paid most attention to was that of connivance on the purt of OShea The testimony yesterday was most ly by servants and was corroborative of that Saturday All swore to the care taken by Mrs OSlieu and Parnell to prevent Capt OShea having reason to suspect tho truth Ths servants were told the reason Parnell nnd tiie woman weru always locked in together when he was visiting her was that there woro mem bers of secret societicS looking for Par nell atul tiie servants were instructed never to mention to OSlien that Parnell had been vistinjs his wife The testi mony in general brought out the disguise anil secrecy with which thu two nut The romiter Charge of Adultery The other charge of Mrs OShea that her bnsbaad had committed adultery with her own sister Mrs Steele was met only by the denial of the bitter under oath OSIien took the stand again and sworo l bat tbe reason be had associated with iarnell lifter challenging Mtn to flfjlit a duel in the early part of the liaison was that lie had lieuume convinced at that time that his suspicions were unfounded Justice ISutt in summing up the evidence asked what was the necetsity of the guilty pair resorting to so much secrecy and disgnise if OShea connive I at their relations The jury took little time in makiiiLt up their verdict that Parnell ant Mra OSlien had been guilty of adultery and that the saptuin had not connive1 thereat Will Iurimll Mitrry the WomiiuT The latest report current in connection with the scandal is that Paruell wil marry Mrs OSUen as soon as her hus band is clear of list Owing to the delays of the British divorce system about seven months will pass before the marriage can take place Uen Sir Evelyn Wood who although a near relative is ot on th best of terms with Mrs OSbea hai openly staed that as u man of honor Iarneli could take but one step adequate to make the public condone his miscon duet and that was to marry Mrs OShea It is thought tiiat Parnell unless there is liing in tbe story of another mar riage will not be averse to tills as ho is believed to bo deeply attached to Mrs OShea who retains much of her youth ful beauty The Irish Itufuse to IJolleve The Dutdin correspondents state thai reat exciement reigns in the city over lie revdal inns and that bodies of men gather in the streets discussing the case i nd threatening to mob any one who ex iresses a belief in 1arncUs guilt At 1ipperary a profound sensation was oausui by the news to which the police ipparently acting under instructions are giving the utmost publicity IJavitt ind the other Irish leaders now London refuse to enter into any discus sion of tho results of the case PurtMly mi Knineo mill Juliet A sb vt has beeti ciiculating iu London containing a caricature of Purnell iu the ocalled balcony scene when he umped oil a balcony to escape Capt UShea who had unexpectedly arrived while Paruell was with Mrs OSbea Acejmpaiiying it is a parody on tbe bal cony scene in Komeo aud Juliet with tarnell as tlu Komeo and Mrs OSbea aa he Juliet The sheet is baving a largo ale Morality i 11 Public Men LoXDON Nov discussing the uestion whether in view of the OSbea suit Paruell should remain at tbe bead of he Irish party Liberal papers sucb as the Pal Mall Giizette have declared that there was no reason why ho should not and cited the casa of Lord Xelson and Lady Hamilton alleging that the hereof Trafalgar did not lose political prestigo although living in open adultery with the woman The Tories question the correct ness of this the contrary being it is averred the historical fact that whila Xelsons wonderful talents as a naval commander made his services indispensa ble to his country he was socially and ia a great degree politically injured by his lUiiancj uf ibe moral law Besides it ia pomted out that public eutiment is more rigorous against such oficnces now than in the days of Nelson The AV c T U Gathering ATIANTA Nov Womans Christian Temperance Uuion at yester di3s session duvoel tbe morning hours to hearing reports of the superintendents of different departments Then came tbe tioti ot officers which resulted in the lection of all the old officer A reso lution urging the reelection of Senator Blair of New Hampshire was so vigor ously couttsted that was sent to the com mittee mi resolutions An interesting feature was the address of Mrs Maud Ballington Booth fraternal delegate from the Salvation Army Miss was confined to her hotel by illness Last night receptions were tendered the dele rates at the governors mansion and nt 10 Good Templars hall The Census Bureau Gets Borne Hard Facts at A HEAVT LOAD OF OBLIGATIONS ail They said tb Illt do ni When t e Msah say even if i i ie tlcjitii f u in are in riit r and the eirl of tiie Misur to the L unti ivhen tiie wti tiiey will own i ail kiil ail he iuhibit irts MisinJi wli kid 1 ping w II go west is to killed ONESTY is very best very The All Tot f MlSXKAfiiUS No Grand tVrks X D Trouble the Erie Koud BUFFALO X Y Nov is i P Pen lield of the Brotherhood o L j motive Engineers Joseph Hubbard i Broth irhood of Railway Casper Keller of the Brotherhood of locomotive Firemen and F G Weils of the train men arrived here yesterday to meet the head ofncials of the Erie road iu regard to settling the differences that exist between She company and men with reference to he demands of the latter which ware re jntiy cUiie 1 by President King nut a Imprcveinert Since 1880 Total for 858 CftU9 and Large Towni Foots Up SS745949780 with Resources nf Con dition Ltetlured iu tlio Punt Ueciule to the Extent of 847547210 Illinoii Statistics WASHINGTON Crrr Kov finan cial condition in 1800 of SoS cities and large towns is shown in bulletin No 14 issued by the census office yesterday Within a few days a supplemental buIletiE will be is sued showing the same facts iu telation to the remaining cities of this class This with the one published yesterday will represent about U5 per cent of the munci palclebtof the United States The gen eral results for the 8i8 cities and towns covered are as follows The bonded debt for 1S90 shows an increase of 8 per cent as compared with 1SSU on the other hand ths floating debt hus decreased 17 per cent the increase Ln total debt in 10 years is 7 per cent The amount Invested in sink ing funds hanincreased 28 per cent the cash iu the treasury has increased 81 per cent and the total available resources have in creased 50 per cent since 1880 Financial Comlitkocj Generally Better In 740 cities and towns in which the debt is iu excess of the resources there has been a dacrease of 6 per cant in the debt since 1680 in 112 cities and towns in which the resources are in excess of the debt there has beeti an increase in re sources of 1184 per coot in ten years The unuil iuterust charge in 180J was 8 per cent less than it wan in 1S30 Tho ex hibit is as a whoie a most satisfactory and gratifying oue During the last ten years the 85 cities audl towns represented in tbe returns by reducing their debts or increasing their resources have bettered their condition financially to the amount of Coiuparlsojis br Sections Tbe Xew Knglind cities and towns hava reduced their debt 83439539 and have in creased their resources by mak ing a joint gain of S3 S5S430 Tbe cities and towns in tfie Middie states includ ing Maryland and the District of Colum bia hava reduced their debts and have increased their assets by the sum of making the joint im provement iu their financial condition 547547 210 Where tho Debt Uul Increased The southern cities and towns have in creased their debtsi by but have increased thuir resources by their net increase in deibt is expressed by S3 150051 Tho western cities and towns like the southern have increased both their debts nml resources The increase in debts amounts tc and thu increase in resources to the net increase in debt ia JlU4393 The cities and towns considered in the territories have increased tlieir debts by 50577 and have increas jil their resources by the uet increase iu debt is Tile Gross Delit nnd AseetA The gross debt in 1SSJ was tbe assets valued at leaving a uet municipal dtb lor the cities and tovns considered of 150950 The grosi debt in 1SD was J74S 9lfl78ii the resources amount to leaving a net debt o 5455373II4J Tbeso figures show a decrease as before stated ol in the net debt whiph js a duel iori of per cent in the aet debt of 1830 Of Ihe total debt of the sum of jfJ00655jl or 98 61 percent is bonded while or RS9 per cent is floating debt Amitluir FuTOHable Feature Of the total available resources or 575S4B the sinking funds represent S147 1S1UM or 5065 per cent while 055 or 1935 per cent are in cash or other available ivitnuoes The total available resources represent ilS95 per cent of the gross debt leaving rtl05 per cent for future liquidation Not only hai a sub stantial reduction been made in munici pal debts since ISSObut a reduction of in tbe annual interest charge is shown by tlm tables The gain has been principally in tho cities and towns in the middle states which as previously shown ave reduced their debts materially Comparative Rates of Interest An examination of tbe annual interest charges MS compared with the gross debt t interest discloses some interesting rates of interest in the differ ent sections of the country In the New England states in 1880 tho annual inter t charge represented 475 per cent of the gross dtlt in 1830 the rate had fallen to 415 per cent lathe middle states the rate in 1S30 was 558 per cent in ISM the rate hatl fallen to 430 percent Iu the southern states tha rate in 1830 was 491 percent it had risen in 1S9J to 556 per cent Tbe western states showed an average interest charge of 578 per cent iu SSO in ISvO it had fallen to 550 per cent The territories in 18SJ paid an average in erest of 15a per cent this had fallen to 08 per cent in 1S9J Average for the Whole Country The general average for the United 5utes iu ISSD was 541 per cent in 2890 it latl fallen to 4B3 per cent a decrease of 173 per cent Of the 858 cities and towns on side red in 1SSO there were 79 in which he debt wns iu excess of the resources ind 79 in which the resources exceeded he debts In ISM there were 746 a de Tease of 33 in which the debts exceeded he resources au J 112 an increase ot 33 n which the resources exceeded the debts Helurns Fruni IlllDois Ten years ago returns from seven of the ortyone cities of Illinois showed that the exceeded the liabilities by nine cities show resources ex TWELVE LIVES PROBABLY LOST A Train Goea Thorough a Bridge 3fear Knnias Men Missing KASSAS CTT Mo Nov 6 oclock yesterday morning as a freight tram loaded with hogs and graiu was crossing the bridge over the Kaw river in this city on the Kansas City Wyandotte and Northwestern railway oua span of the bridge gave way and precipitated five cars into the river tkirty feet be low A colored man named AKen Moore who stealing a ride was killed Fire man Fred Allen of Lawrence who went d jwn with the engine is under the wreck Engineer F H Patch jumped and fatally injured 8 falling timbers and iron Brakeman Thomas Milligan and D H Whitpatch were severely but not fatally bruised Conductor Herald was slightly bruised on head and shoulders Worse Than Jfirat Reported seems that it is not known how many men were on the train that went through the bridge yesterday but the death list is growing There may hare been anywhere from a dozen up to twenty on the train and so fur as the names are known the list of rescued com prises only four members ot the crew and one or two colored men who were riding across the bridge Tiie following Is the list of killed and wounded so far as known Coleman col Will Crawford Fred Al len fireman Lawrence Kan and Henry Williama colored V Smith Latham Btockman badly bruised abon the body and legs C Patchengineer Kansas City jaw fractured and badly cut and bruised Thomas Mulligan brakeman Lawrence Kan badly cut and bruised U Lttti more colored Kansas City several rib broken Others Supposed To Be Dead The following employes of Armour were seen to get aboard the illfated train and as they have neither put in an appear ance the packing house nor at their homes it is feared that they are killed Frank Wall a packer Ed Burke pipe fitter Ralph Fay elevator mai Dave Brown beef killer and Fred HVI pipe fitter Three tramps who boarded the train several stations up the road are also missing The missing are supposed to be killed and their bodies buried under the wreckage INPIAiNA AFFAIR8 Marions Mayor Goes at Too Great a Pace ASD FOV HE HAS GOffE FBOM VIEW Bis Bondsmen Mulcted la About 913OO but Hlii Skiriuli with m Bobber Who wit on the State Jury That WM Too Bunaway MARIOS Ind Nov city wa ft mayor to succeed A E Steele who 1 is said is short in his accounts He has resigned and left the city Ex travagant habits and a fondness foi women and cards are assigned as the causes of his trouble His bondsmen have provided for the shortage and he has turned over his property to them t cover the loss An election to choose hi successor has been ordered ROBBED OF A THOUSAND An Agent Attacked by a MaikeU UeftperHtio TIPTOJT Jnd Nov United States Express company was robbed of a money package containing tl000 at aa early hour Monday mornijg Elmer Meeker the agent received the package from the messenger of the northbound train at a in and was leaving his office when he attacked by a masked man Meeker was knocked senseless his keys to the safe taken and the money package secured Meeker regained con sciousness before tbB robber departed and opened flre on him without effect Tho thief returned the flre seriously injuring he agents right hand The money was sent from Chicago to parties at Red key Ind Tbera is no clue to the robber THE STATES FINANCES HISTORIC PROPERTY SOLD in IV h Governor Mil repair aUiy and til k1 1C puppressiniT the iin Indians at by a friendlv Indian Mutilated ot the Wreck LONDON Nov accounts of the vrrecking operations at the scene of the loss of the Serpent give some ghastly par ticulars Many rle bodies of the vic tims are found to be headless others are s receive1 a teitgram from cut in twain and nil are mutilated in r at requestins way by the cruel rocks The parish prijst at Caniarinas declares that there is a current of resistless strength at that point of the coast which has given reputation of being the most dangerous spot on the whole Spanish shores the latter city i mined i preparation for outbreak of Word brought to Mandu that tha eeding liabilities by The ag gregate amount of cash in treasury etc cities in Illinois was in lSSO1 ver now it is over he average or each of the fortyone cit es being considerably orer halfamill ou In the case of the average for Sew fork in seventysix cities it is just half a lillion in eacn Chicagos bonded debt is available resources fii070 6SO annual interest charge SO 15S Robert Ray SEW Nov i of tha late Robert Kay Hamilton was jitered for probate yesterday The document makes no mention of Mr Hamiltons wife who is now in a New Jersey prison bat pro vides per year for life for Beatrice Ray the child which he calls his ed daughter Tha balk of the estate in left to the children of Schuyler Hamil ton A ISlaat Furnaco That Played a Pant tha Revolution PIICKSIXVJLLE Pa Nov historic property known as the Warwick farm over near St Peters Cheater county was sold last week The old Warwick furnace which was one of the chief attractions of the farm is conceded to have been the flrst in the United States and was put in blast about the year 1736 At this furnace were cast moat of the cannon used in the Revolutionary war by the Continental army Altnough it has not boon iu oper ation for some years many of the princi ml building about the furnace are atill standing and in a good state of preserva tion Guns Hurietl in the Meadow In the meadows near by many pieces of artillery lie buried having been secreted in that way by the managers of the fur nace in order lo prevent their falling into the hands uf the British after the battle of the Branrtyivine in 177 At that time Gen Washington retreated with his troops northward through Chester coun ty thus leaving this important iron fur nace exposed to the mercy of the enemy In several of these cannon were dug npaud sent to Philadelphia as exhibits in the Centennial exposition Others have been sent to iaoli Valley Forge and elsewhere as relics The old bell cast ac tliis furnace in 1777 and used in the belfry for many years is now kept as a souvenir in Independence hall Philadel phia Scceasion from the KnighU ii Labor PiTTSBUKG Pa Nov movement has been started by local assembly No 6111 Knights of Labor coniposed of greenglass workers which threatens to end in a big from the Knights of Labor ranks The movement orig inated in the alleged improper conduct of Louis master workman of the greengass workers national assembly owing to that gentlemans plaa to build a cooperative greenglass factory The se cession of the greenglass workers would take from the K of L at least 3000 mem bers Believes In Prof Kochn Cure WASHIXGTOS CITY Nov Surgeon General Hamilton of the hoa pital service discussing Dr Kochs new remedy for consumption with a repre sentative of the United Press said that lie is convinced thf t the statements made by JDr Koch are based on close study and careful observation Tle Marine hospi tal bureau he says will endeavor to as certain the exact methods of preparing the CUTV and of using it after it is pre pared llnrllag Bros Co Are Solid LONDON Nov a repre sentative ol the press called at the office of Baring Bros Co and found every thing quiet and trauqu 1 about the estab ishment The members of the Urns stated that all their acceptances and other liabilities would be met as they fall due They also averted that the position of the firm now tliat they had the bank of England it its back was stronger han ever fafore The North River Bank It Busted NEW YoSK Nov Superin tendent of Banking Preston stated late yesterday afternoon that it had been defi nitely decided that the North River bank would not resume business the directors not beinis able to raise the funds reqnired liabilities are approximately stated at 1600000 assets Union Pacific Statement BOSTON Xov statement of the Pacifics en tire system for Septem ber shows Gross learnings in crease net earnings tl563544 decrease ii41067 For nine months end d Sept 3J Gross earnings acrease K76915S net J10Tll021 de J1SIS93 Minister Lincoln in Iowa ifotTXT PLEASANT Iowa ister Robert T Lincoln returned from London arrived he tarday isight He will visit for a timwith hiu tatherinlaw eiSenator Jamjs Harlan Lincoln and uer children have been here several months Siaux were OH the warputh nml ready for ths acCHcfc Atitj lefc here today Uuntor of an Outbreak A Bismarck X D special says A of ui George pion of Montnna aod George Blanche who claims the worlds championship in the eliiss fongbt fifteen rounds at Butte Mont ilondar iiud Kessler won Big Robbery Jn Rosslm ST PETEBSBVEO Xov Credit rain in owe13 bank at Bunaburg Rnsia has been j robbed of securities valueti at 130000 rou cham It is believed that the thieves The Weather We May Kipect WAsHrecTOs Crnr Nov following are te weathr for thirtysix hoars from S p m ye t ruay For Indiana Light rain folioned by fuir slightly cooler weather northw str y calesFor Michigan and Wiscon in r air v e ither preceded by eastern Wisconsin As FreiautCd by the and Hoard of Agriculture INDIANAPOLIS Nov Monday tha state treasurer submitted his annual re port to tha governor It shows that the total income of thb stattj from all sources during the last twelve months was 71304M the total disbursements amounted to leaving a bal anca in the treasury Oet 31 of The previous year closed with a balance in the treasury at 074109S5 The state board of agriculture also muda in annual report Moutlny It shows the receipts for the year to hava been 45 and the expenditures f4359885 leaving a deficit of This added to the deficit of last year makes a total of fJTOO total receipts of ths state were JrS B8816 aud premiums paid 1303750 The number of entries was exceeding tho number of any previous year by 419 Seriously Injured in a HanuwHy JJARTINSVJILK Ind Noy Bruner and Samuel Shepler were both se riously injured in a runaway here Satur day Uruner fell out of his wagon alighting on his neck waa in ternnlly injured and is lying in a critical condition Shepler was kicked ID the mouth and on the back of his head and was taken home in an unconscious condi tion Sold Hla Printing OHtce LA PORTE Intl Nov Henry Good man publisher of The La Porte Journal made a bill of aile Monday of his print ing office and fixtures to W A Martin to secure him for the payment of money he had loaned Goodman Tlje latter has for several years had a large ccntract for priming money order blanks for the gov ernment and it was generally supposed that he was making mouey Evaded a Hemp Nuoie Ind Nov Asuman who was sentenced to be hanged here six months ago for the murder of Bertha Eld but who scoured a new trial and went to Johnson county on a change of venue wns Monday seuteuced ou a plea of guilty to the penitentiary for life Asz man was refused by Miss Elf when he murdered her and tried to kill himself TVant a Change In Wages TIPTON Ind Nov forty em ployes of the various branches of the Laku Erie railroad are iu session here for the purpose of arranging a new schedule of wages which will be presented to the sompauy for adoption RICHES DEVELOPS A FOOL A Lucky Government Kmploye Thinks Bluer Thau Old Ben WASHINGTON CITY Nov Harrison received a somewhat rude shock jesterday at the bands of a drunken Re publican who told him what he thought of him in language more forcible than po lite Arthur P Cunningham is an em ploye in the senate document room and a few days aeo by the death of a in fell heir tc a fortune of IIWO 000 Since this news reached him he has been drinking pretty heavily Sent Him to tile Cooler Yesterday afiernoon while intoxicated he went to the White House and finding that Mr Harrison was in he burst into the room where the chief executive was engaged in writing and commenced to curse the president and apply to him all the opprobrious epiihets he could think of Finally the president recovered his presence of mind and sent for an officer and Cunningham is now locked up on the charge of disorderly conduct His griev ance was that the president was responsi ble for the late upheaval Slavln and McAuUUte Discharged LONDON Nov the Surrey sessions court Monday the jury hearing the case of the pugilists Slaviu and McAuliffe oa trial for assault on each other and for committing a breach of the peace dis agreed and was discharged The court thereupon ordered the release of tha men upon their entering individual recogniz ances in and famishing two sure tits ia each to maintain the peace The Papacy In Politico LONDON Sor Italian clerical party are making the most sirncit prep arations at Rome for the in i J elec tions which occur Dec It 1 pjjlcy of the Vatican is said to be to control far as possible of the municipalities with a view of using tho advantage thus acquired in strengthening the clericals In national elections UMBRELLAS Rwered p You IVait UNDERWEAR AMD GLOVEfil Largest Variety Lowest Prices DEWENTER MAKE IT A POINT To Call at A HaukS placet And see the Largest Stock of DIAMONDS WATCHES CLOCKS SILVERWARE SPECTACLES NOVELTIES That was ever brought to Logansport To be sold veiry ow AH Goods marked without extra cost 41O Broadway Do YOBF Pants Bag at the Of course they do and naturally you vvould like to overcome it Then fy 26reeGers Sensible Trousers Stretcher The only article of the kind that a tailor n recommend as doing the work thorough ly without injuring the garment T S C R A Merchant J Tailor Sole agent for Logansport for Infanta nnd Children it to well adapted to children than I recommend it u Buperior to any proscription known to me n Aicnm 1 D Ill So Oxfotd St Brooklyn N 7 Cutoirtu Colic Ctmtlpatlon Sour Stomach DiarrhoeA ErucUiUon Kills Wornu civea Bleep Uul pnu Without InjUTioui Tan CKCTACB Coxliirr 77 Murray Street N V ABBREVIATED TELEGRflMS Tho tcho JH of Marshall Ills have osed because of a scaret fever scaro A project is on foot at Boston to etlab ah n hospital for waere r KocJjs cure will be 1 Randa 1 Wierum Wall street stock rokers made an asiiuuiiieiH Monday a preferences for K3I750 Three Xihilista two men and woman have been condemned to be anged for plotting against the life of the HT Saturday was the Brazilian Fourth of uly being the flrst anniversary of the that drove Eniperor Dom Pe ro into exile The special committee of the houso ot aprtseutatives on fair matters as in Chicago Monday investigating the rogress of the enterprise Tbe boiler at Trexlers stove factory erztown Pa exploded Monday killing enry Epler Sussaman Hilbert and barlei Oswald and terribly scalding her men Tbe Cincinnati yarn about an alleged reat to Iresident Harrison st May is discredited by those who onld have know of the ma r if it was true Official returns from all but one county i Nebraska give Richards Rep fi82Sl oyd Dem 08905 Powers Alliance 69 I Boyds probable plurality it 13a and ere will be a contest A cable from Rio Janeiro states that resident da Fonseca baa under consider ion arrangements for the pensioning of Emperor Dom Pedro who however ill not be permitted under any circum ances to return to Brazil Mary Andersons J F Jiavarro Kays the only he S in the word is tbe clothes he valued at and that there are tW000 in judgments standing against him A few years ago he was a North Dakota people are alarmed at tbe conduct of the Sioux who are banking on the prediction of their prophets that a Messiah is coming who will help them to drive the whites out of the country The Indians are consequently very bellicose but the United States in watching them very closely Gen George C McEee 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