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   Logansport Pharos (Newspaper) - November 24, 1890, Logansport, Indiana                                LOGANSPORT DAILY PHAKOS 16TH YEAH MONDAY EVENING NOVEMBER i4 1890 NO 179 AGAIN ON CLOAKS AI Now Good No Advance on Prices LargStock to Select from Spljnclia Light to See them Garments as ReprosontoJ No Humbug Come SCHOOL Material 12thSt Drug Store FUR JNJ TURK THb1 LOWES r Our Designs N mo tne lict Wurltmt A lowed Lciivt1 our J IV Henderson Sons rss rs ti rtM INK sniir MONDAY NOVEMBER 24 DU SUCCESSFUL DRAMA A POOR RELATION A Company of Artists in Kclwartl 13 Kiilrs very ytieciiHtiil Comedy Uriiiini SaleoF Scuts at No raise In price A CRISIS AT HAND The Situation at Fine Ridge Very Threatening EEDSKI1IS REQUIRED TO MOTE ON A TINE PIECE OF IS INDSEO A LUXURY pNE PIECE o F TOBACCO 4 I r POSSIBLE AND IS y TO AS A I 1 MAKE IT AMONG DEALERS THESE GOODS ARE ON THE RIARKFT IN ONLY ONE SHAPE 3x12 FULL 16 OZ PLUGTHE MOST CONVENIENT T0 CUT IN POCKtT PIECES CARRY WHOLE iO FlflZER BROS Loaisinlle Ky Their SurrouutlJnj tlio Not Conducive to Sufety for tlio tat Wound iris ADiulticii Movement of Troops 131s marck In it Fury Over an Anftuult oa u AVhltn Womun by un lint Antattff the PINE HiiKjf S D Xov The situation in rertainly xrave The trouble ia slowly reaching n crises The danger of tho Jiidmiis cumpinjj in cir cle about the so apparent S tin relay night that orders were issued yesterday for them to move to u barren sandy plain at thu foot of tho huttes to the north fnd aunfj Wolf creek In these pltioeH they will all bo in a bunch and their greJio will bo within ranyo of the in and HotchkUs About tioon llio criers ot the different bandy called out to the Indians to strike their tecita and round their horses and move to thy new camping groinM The elinnge was jwiAv within tin hour and half Then it was discovered that nearly every tepee Hlieltered u carbine a Win chester but no effort was made to couflM cate these arm Clonti Match oil the UuUilerf The camp Ior miles around la now pa trolled night hiitl day by Sioux policemen who are anncd vviMi Winchesters and who are watching the inoviMneutB of the hosliles Kx Indiitn Agent MuGilliauddy came hurts ytftLMday in respjiiae to tlio urgent of Uu Brojka AIcGilU cuddy hu thu record uf being one of tho most fearleiH agents uvur in the employ ot tiie govtrnment niuu were ia c HI f ITU new all yesterday It is reported that Mrtjlilliciiddy is in favor of crushing the Indians without any unnecessary de lay Coining In foe Their Short Bull and Jack lied Cloud who have been leaders of the dancing at Hose bud deny any hostile intentions ami say t hat t he dancing has been stopped The daneorn were corning into theagency yesterday in prepar ing to draw their rations tolay Much loud talk is heard but the I ml in as mainly disclaim any hostile intentions This at titude however does not siitisCy either Gen Brooke or Agent Hover Tho fear U now that iiumy of riio cancers will Ucliim to come to Uie agency for rations but will prefer to organize luiuirsionti into the country bordering on the reservation in order that tliN phase the question may be properly met GJII JJrooke has ordered a large body of troops to Hush ville aud other points so as to choke off any raiding that may bo attempted Little Wounds Iofimt Letter Indian Agent K tyer recuUed the fol lowing very sensational communication from Little Wound the high priest ot the ghost dam curs Little Wound under tuuda the soldiers are coming on the res ervation What art coming for Wo are done nothing Our is a relig ious datco so we aro going to dance until spring if we find then that Chriat cious not nppenr we will stop but not in the meantime troops ir no troops shall start a dance on this creek Medicine lluot creek mi Irs north ot Iiiii3 Kidge agency camp in the morning I have also understood tltat J was not to be rec fnixed as ucheif any longer Will Ito Chief Anyhow AH that 1 have to say is that you nor the white people made me chief and you nnot throw me away as you please but let me tell you Dr Koyer that by them will be long as I live I have also been told that you intended to stop our rations und annuities Well for my part dont care The little rations we get do not amount to anything but Dr Koyer if such is tho case please send nic word so that rue and my people will be saved thu trouble of going io the agency do not intend to stop danc A Scare at Water Call Last night something of a scare was oc casioned when the water cull was sounded The caratry has Lxjen going to a creek about lialf a mile from tho post to water the borsty Along this creek during the twentyfour hours village ot ghost dancers tepees has sprung up Ljiat even itii the troopers mounted their horses with carbines loaded and cartridge belts in place Then under CDmmaud of a iustrml of the orderly they siowly cautered to the orefk After had drunk their fill ihe MoLdiers erosed iiito tho Indian Ircwlpititfda WJlil The which followed was al mosr instantaneous Squnws uti 1 pap ouses ran hCWAnxiag into tho tepees wiidtthe hastily mounted their ponivs and Ik1 I to the hill But the troopers hail only crossed in order ruru find no back to eamp This niaiuo ivre executed the soon reptMpled with IntUans Xoarly ail thu Indians wlio draw ra ions here tire encamped tiruud tbe pist It is a part nf thu plan of Agent Kiy to rorusa to beef on WediKsdny to such of the iiliiins as re fuse to givo tip ghost dance May Iriutj on a Kliiit It may be thft this will settle the mat ter wivliont trvublt1 and it may bring ou a The Jaiuing is dying out but it is not certain whuiher it is treachery or obe dleticv that is cMUsinir tlie cessation A numler cf Kostbiul Indians are hero with out passes ani their presence bodes no iofd All are unanitiois in their asser tins of good will but they ftre carefully uiOMsnring the strength of the troops the while Little Wound has refused to coaie into the agency ying that if the agent wanted to o1 him ho must call at Little WonndVs tfpej A sqiiaw hanged hec Saturday add to the excite ment Ac present it n TOSSup be tween peace aud war j stated that the Indians there and at Pine KiJge were preparing to advance on the I troops at Pine Riilsje One of the chiefs j was to stab Geu Brooke and that was to be the signal for n general uprising j Later a dispatch was received from Gen j Brooke which made no mention of any at j and Gen Miles said he supposed the Indians bad changed their minds Probable FaUo Report CHICAGO Nov it was re f ported that seven settlers had been killed 1 in a fight with hostiles near Le Beau S D but nothing further has been heard i of the matter aud it is probably false A telegram from Standing Rock says that Sitting Bull haa written that dnuc ing in his camp has been stopped aad that lie has no hostile inteiKions Awuitiiig Marching Orders Kan Nov four troops of cavalry at the fort have received orders to remain in the post un der marching orders It sent from here I they will go to Bismarck and from there i to the Pine Kidge agency Orders were I received to send all the mules at the j garrison to the scene of the Indian I troubles EXCITEMENT AT BISMARCK An Indian n Young White in n Kage BISMARCK N D Nov Satur day night the Indiau excitement took an other turn through tbe attempted murder by an Indian from Fort Berthold agency of Miss Dora Wright a handsome young lady accountant and stenographer em ployed in the Capital National bunk of this city Thefts being the usual rush of bank business Satiirday her duties de tained her until a late hour and it WHS near midnight bcforu shc3 started but alone for her home near the of the city When near the corner of Sixth street and Avenue A she noticed au In dian stalking toward her rapidly Jlrutnt lllow with u Club When she met hitn he cauie up close to her shouting insolently Although thor oughly scared she walked ou but had gone hut a few steps when she was struck from behind on the back of the head with a or blunt instrument of some kind and fell senseless on the street Weak and faint frum loss of blood and with a gaping wound in her head she struggled up home on her bands and kueea An alarm was sounded aud act ing Mayor Kirani notified the police and aroused the sheriff An Indian with a club had been seen running wildly down one of the streets by a late pedestrian in the vicinity of the assault so that with this clue a posse of citizens with a rope searched the streets all night A Good Prospect of Trouble A band of Berthold Indians is camped ut the river landing at which place the officers arrestud Whits Arm a young buck and lodged him in jail Lnat night three Indians were iu jail on suspicion with the sheriff and a strong posse to protect them from the violence of the angry citizens There are several hun dred supposedly friendly Indiana within half a dozen miles of Jiisrunrck and it is rumored that they will make trouble when the news reaches tlitni of their arrest The feeling against anything in thu shape of an Indian in thia vicinity whether frietidly or war like grows stronger every day Further trouble is feared BLUE ROOM DECORATIONS Morti Troops Hurried 1 VVrtri ST LOLIS Mo Nov 1n Merrltt emtnunder ot ilcpartmtut of the Missouri at 8 oclock yester day morning received instructions from headquarters tbe army it to send troops at once to Pine Ridgt agency the scene of the Indian troubla Gen Merritt HCCO rdingly ordered a regi ment of i he Seventh cavalry consisting of of about SiX meu under cuinmaml of Col Forsythe and a com oj amtkry with a battery of four iruujs comm iiie1 n Campion from Fort Kiley to the scene of the trouble The left yesterday by apecial train Seems tn Have Keen tr False CHICAGO Xov Miles yester day received a dispatch from the com macder of the troops at Rosebud Some Inscription of the Work That lifts Cost WASHINGTON Crrv Nov deco ration of the Blue Room the historical private recupLiuii room of the executive mansion wiia completed yesterday For several weeks it has Ixieri in the hands of E S Yergiison of Hartford Conn who lias boen pushing forward the work of decoration with a view to completing it in time for the reception of the Brazilian mval oflkors who art to be here before the iirst of Djccniber The oval form of the room haa been preserved and the new Llecoratioas are of the historical blue in xquisite and gradations of color Tho carpet which was made by au American manufacturer from American material is a Wilton in shades of sceelor electric blue patterned after a special de ign Is Ameriout Made The wood work of the room is in cream tud gold The dado and frieze are in hand relief work in soft shades of blue lighted up with gold The chair rail and the picture molding arc of cream and gold Bjtween them the wadded wall is covered witb biue silk of a graceful pat tern This siik was made in un Ameri can factory Iu fact everything about the new decoration is American except the betuitUul embossed silk plush with which the old frames of tho histori cal furniture of the Blue Room have beeu covered A 1relty Conceit fop Ceiling The ceiling of the room bus a beautiful relief border with ashield at either end of the oval this border a summer sky etliict is introduced shading from morning light near tbe windows to even ing shadows HE the other end of the oval The light blue of the ceiling shades down through the blue of the walls into the darker blue of tbe carpel The windows amj hung in blue silk in harmony with the walls The room will be lighted by elec tric light from lily sprays about the picture molding and n crystal chandelier ia cue cetiferof the rcnni The total cost of the improvement was 61200X Caused Pain to Gladstone Lo SJXXV Nov 24 utul ho rat the G adstoniau electoral manager who pre sided at the close of the conference ot the national Liberal Federation Soturd ay said that recent events had caused great pain to Gladstone The repara tion and justice for Ireiand on which the great commoner had concentrated the best efforts of the closing days of his life I must not be permitted to suffer by reason of the uawortuiuess of auy uiau John XM Becomes Hilarious TAUNTOX Mass Nov L Sullivan Duncan B Harrison and other me tubers of their company were Friday Sallivau becarna hilarious and in the course of his antics he kicked Har rison iti the back injuring him so badly that he was unable to appear at the even ing performance It is feared that his some is injured Small Farmers VTill Suffer ALMA Kan Nov Firat Na tionftl bank of this city closed its doors Saturday and will go into liquidation The failure was caused by depreciation of mortgages upon which the bant had loaned money The liabilities are about j and the assets smalt The depos itors are mostly small farrjjsrs who can illafford to lose the EUiLY STATESMEN National Legislators Getting Back to the Capital SPECULATION Off COMING EVENTS Talk of nn Extrsi Session ot the Fifty Second Con g Utter ance to a Kupu uncl ftnya He Will Re tire of His Next Hiis Frotriimme for His land Huuixi to Run iu Lnys Out SomeWork WASHINGTON CITY Nov Nearly ev ery train arriving from the west brings to the oapiral one 01 more members ot the Fiftyfirst congress the last session of vrhieh will convene on Monday next By the middle of tins week the capitaj city will Lave settled ilself Cor the usual gat ties aud hustling which invariably ttc couipany the short sessions Work suf ficient Co keep the respective houses busily engage sevea hours each day un til spring Juts fmen mapped ouC by differ ent Htiitesmen who have been interviewed upon their arrival here The warrant assertion that the pension i appropriation bill will be the most earnest ly debated measure of the session owing to the great proportions it is reaching A Democratic Extra There are apparently many Doinocrafja in the house oC representative who dosire an extra session of the Fiftysecond con gress and believe that it is policy to work to that find Leading Republicans stand ready to encourage such a move on the part of their opponents of coarse with no kindly expectation as to its effect on the Democracy Speculation runs very high on either side of the question aud almost any opinion sought may be obtained with plenty of statesmen ready to father it The silver men are determined if possible to force through a free coinage bill They impressed with heir ability to accomplish the work in the senate where tliey will havo the assistance of the new senators from Idaho Montana and Wyoming lodges Chance Representative Lodge of Massachusetts is of the opinion that the house will cer taiuy pass an apportionment bill nud that tlu senate will complete the work the jnajority by passing the elections bill He thinks Mills will win the speakersliip contest Many Republicans entertain this opinion Senator Vanee who had so much trouble because of his opposition to the subtreasury bill is quoted as having said that ht will gladly cooperate with auy friend of the measure iu congress to put the iden of the bill into a shaps conforma ble with the constitution It is believed that this statement will facilitate the closing of the chasm between Vance aud the North Carolina senatorship Tiilka if Retiring Congressman Mills arrived iu Washing ton City late Saturday night On the speakership question he is somewhat ret icenr merely remarking that he has de termiued to retire from public life at the closo of the next congress and says that if he should be elected speaker he woujd feel that his twenty years of service in the liouse hail been roundeilotl with the high est possible honors bit if he fails ho will not loae an hours rest What the TVJ11 Jo Of the probable action of the Demo cratic majority in the next house Mills said Thu Democratic house in the Fifiystfctsnl congress will meet the de mand for money by passing a silver free coinage bill which the senate may or may not agree to uml which if it ever reaches the White House will probably be vetoed by President Harrison That is all the legislation which we shall attempt in that Hue It U idle to talk of the sub treasury bill The Denioeracic party can never as ns it will be as long as it is truo to strict construction is such an unconstitu tional scheme KvtMy Mini for Himself Mr Tilclon in his letter to the Iroquois club stated the principle of the Demo cratic party in one setence The general government should do nothing for the state which the state can do for itself and no government should no anything for the individual which he can do for himself We ought never to get away from that doctrine The Democratic party believes that the citizen IP abe to take care of himself and run his own finances We propose to let him do it and keep as far away from paternalism as possible Will JTorco the TarifT Issue When the Democratic party has con trol of the house it will reduce the tariff on the necessaries of life Of course the bill will not pass a Republican senate but wo will redeem our promises and force the issue on that until we get the senate and president If the Repub lican party persists in legislating against the comrrjnn people and in favor of trusts ami combinations the revolt will be still greater next time Irtis Into Prediction Mills predicts the nommition of Cleve land by acclamation He says that in New York the cause of tariff reform has been preached in every school house by hundreds of y wing and enthusiastic Demo crats who are not afnihl of the devil and the politicians will be unable to stem the tide He regards Blaine as the strongest nann on the Republican side but admits that Harrison may secure a renominntion If he does said Mills he will go over the falls of Niagara as sure aa fate The actual strength of the Democracy iu the Fiftysecond congress is announced by the t1jrk ol the house as 233 Then tbere are twelve Alliance men from the south who are expected to act with the Democrats The Republicans have ninty two members CJreat Town Carey Ohio CLEVELAND O NOT tramps went to Carey O captured the night watchman confined him in the calaboose and then robbed three or four stores and held up the night clerk of the Gait house tteeurnig a number of valuables No clue to the culprits A Collection for IrelaariM Poor NEW YORK Nov Cor rigan has sent a letter to the clergy of the diocese of New York requesting that a collection tor the poor io Ireland be taken up iu all the churches on Sunday NOT 90 Fromimnt G A K Dead BOSTON Nov Commissioner Tobiu vice commander G A K titll Siitunlav of diseiSv Gould and the Union Pacific BOSTON Nov Fred L Ames in an interview with The Boston Herald Gould has purchased Union Pa Ijfic quite freely while the stock has beau low but that be has acquired a con troLUuji interest The Weather We Kjcpect Crrr Nov following are the weather indications tor ihirtysii hours from fi p m retvrdajr For Indiana and FuJr warmer weather south erly EW Michigan and Wisconsin Fair weather except slight ruin in Michigan slightly warmer becoming southerly For weafher till Tuesdaynisht no changpi in temperature except slightly wanner in extreme eastern portion westerly winds HOLLAND K NG WILLIAM S DEAD The Representative of the llonte off Orange Fassci Away THE OAVGE Nov The king of Holland died at 6 oclock yesterday morn ing His illness took a sudden turn for the worse Saturday evening symptoms of uraemia ap pearing Queen Emma was at once summoned and remained with her husband until his death The kings last hours wero peace ful life ebbing quietly away Im mediately u p o u the a n o unce inent of the sail eveat thepalaos and other public uuikiiiugs were closed and notices were posted of the cancella tion of all amusements The ministers were summoned and held a council at noon An Important Political JSvent The death of the king of Holland is for more than one reason an important po Jitical event The mental malady which has proved fttal Qrst showed its symp toms in au aggravated form many months ago and it was thought then that the appointment of a regent would ibe neces eary but the kings partial recovery seemed to remove that necessity His affliction was softening of the brain and he was usually quiet and almost CQffift tose but at times displayed great mental excite uent Notwithstanding his noto rious marital infiilelit5es Queen EJmma has shown the utmost tenderness toward her dying husband so that the prince of Nassau spoke oC her a fuw days ago in an address to the Luxemburg chambers as that ajjgel of devotion at his the kings bedside Tho leadly llusjtlim Blood With William III dies the direct male representation of the great house of Orange He was the aon of William II but only connected collaterally with the famous William III of Euglaad The Jate king was born in 1S17 and may have inherited his insanity from the Emperor Paul of Hussia to whom he was related on the maternal side He ascended the throne in 1S49 His only issue is by his second wife Emma being a daughter Withelmiae now 10 years oi age The Kiiiser Gains Duchy The kingd death severs from Holland the duchy of Luxembourg which will probably become attached under the duke of Nassau to the empire of Ger many A a act of the Dutch parliament passed some years provides for the succession to the throne of Holland in the event of the late kings family becoming extinct Queen Emma is very popular and will undoubtedly bo continued us re gent until her daughter attains her ma jority TALK ABOUT QUEEN VIC Not Inclined To lit Merely a Figure IJtMid Hnttcnbergu Position LONDOS Nov The queen returns from the Scottish hills iu renewed strength and is said to look heartier than she has for years past She seems to have all the vigor of George III without his mental wenkneas and the miuistry are sniil to bo deeply impressed by her selfassertion and originality in dealing with affairs of state She has met with au affliction in the loss of Lady Grey a woman of the bed chamber to whom she WHS greatly attached and to whose funeral services she sent tokens of love and devotion A Foot in tin tra His MotlierinLaw These bereavements are gradually de priving the agid sovereign of the trusted associates of her widowed life aud she clings more tenaciously thau ever to the company of her daughter Beatrice much to the disgust it is whispered of Prince Henry of IJatlcuberg the husband of Beatrice who iinds himself ft sort of foot mun to his motherinlaw with the priv ilege of dining and looking Holemn at the royal dinner table However as he is practically without income except wb tC he receives through his marriage he is perforce content with his situation ROUGH TREATMENT OF HUNTERS Trottid Out of tlie Strip with Around Their WICHITA Kun Nov A hunting party consisting of Hamp Stone H C Houghlaud Thomas Bjynton and Alex Askew citizens of Ashland went into the strip a few days ago on a hunting expedi tion They Imcl permits from deputy marsh They went inio camp Satur day night thirty miles southwest of Ca Id well Seven Indian scouts soon appeared and ordered them out oH the atcip They produced their permits but the Indians refused to recognize them A March of Humilintloa The party was disarmed ropea tied around their necks and attached to the saddles of the scouts who started north The hunters were compelled to march at a lively speed until within five miles of the state line where they were released Their horses camp equipments and arms were confiscated The ptirty will report the mutter to the govern meat authori ties Booths Pi a n Is Popular X Xov Gen Booth is very likely to have a chance to try his plan for the rede tup ion of darkest England Money is pouring in liberally and a board of trustees is being constituted to have charge of the funds Ttie heart of En glish philanthropy has been touched as never before in many years aad none the less easily because the inefficiency of ex isting methois for the relief and suppres sion of pauperism is appallingly appar ent Klevator Destroyed bjFire CKUAI RAPIDS la Nov C H osih it Cos elevator was destroyed S itiirduy uiijlit together with 103000 xsifU irley Tytif Los unknown iivH evit or was vauet ML The Worlds Fair CHCAGO Nov At a tneetiug of tbe local Is Fur directory resolution were adopted declaring the right of the local directors to spend the of locil money without supervision of the national commission The latter concluded not to reduce the high salaries paid is officers Suicides at Qtonte Carlo Xov A clerk named Du boise committed suicide ac Monte Carlo Saturday after losing ail his funds at the gambling tables This is the ninety sec ond suicide atMoisiu Carlo i his season A Jump PSOViDENCK Bu Lt NOV F Lonergan of RoJtbury Masa broke the record for standing nigh jaaip without weights Saturday at park clearing 5 feet mches A atzck of cincjimoii boiled with ftrM Irenes iirprovcs iflwftr flavor INDIANA MATTERS Fatal Affray at the Little Town of Huron THE 0 A5D E L IK TBOUBLE Freight Train Strike Ex tra Dog Scare at Illfts Conations Whereabout Dis on School Prime Fight lit te leath While Drunk State MrrcnELL Ind Nor Ter rell was killed at Huron a town of about loO people lea milus west of hare lata Saturday afternoon There had been feud existing between Turrell and John W Feltner commonly calle I General Feltner for some time Saturday Ter rell went into Feltners saloon where the trouble was renewed They commeuced fighting but were separated Terrell then left the saloon but returned in a few minutes renewed the fight and shot at Feltner but missed him Who Stabbed ferretl t He then began beating him over tha head with the revolver when Jumeq Woolford a friend of Feltner interfered and the fight was than betvveet Torre and Woolford during which Terrell was stabbed in the back dying In about fif teen rninutes Terrells fiiouda clain that Feltuer stabbed bin while Wool ford held him It is thought that there will Os piore trouble as Terrell has friends who will wreak summary ven geance if given a chalice Terrell wag about years old aud leaves a wife and four children in destitute circunjstanQg STRIKE ON THE 5 AND E I Freight Trains Tleil at Terrs Uaute TERREHAUTE Ind freight trains are moving on the Chicago and Eastern Illinois because of a strike of conductors and brakemen Owing to a strike of diy laborers in the Clay county coal mines freight crews of the Chicago and Indiana Coal roal were called upon to hilp in the rush of business on the Chi cago and Eastern Illinois Owing to the heavy grades and trig loads tho Goal roads crew consists of three brakeineu They insisted on three for the Chicago an I Eastern Illinois where only two are employed The Coal road men struck Saturday uixhr and Sunday all the old or regular quit The men ask for three men and the removal ot Trainmaster Bowman General Manager Saul arrived at Danville Ills Sunday night to tako charge of the matter Tim Trouble on Erie 1SDI4SA1UL1S Nov committee of Lake Erie and Western employes are still here holding privute meetings and decline to give any information to the presa A well founded report is that members of tha committee are urging a strike but that the engineers and flreraan are opposing it and that if a strike does come the latter will remain loyal to the company in accordance with the contract made by the grand chief TERRIFIED BY MAD DOGS A Riibid AluiuHt Uite4 a Hoys Hand O1T BLOOMISGTON Ind Tho com munity east of Eiletsvillo has been having a mad dog fright Last week Willies Cow den 15 years old was playing aboat tbe house when a strange dog attacked him and before the animal could bo driven away the boys hand was almost bitten off The dog left the house at oneu and soon a number of men were in hot pur suit but it was not overtaken and shot until Saturday Vuluable Horses Bitten The dog bit two valuable horses and a number of hogi The animal attempted bite John Covvden also but he escaped by climbing a tree where the dog watched him for an hour The boy vas taken to Whitehall where there is a mad stone The ttone was applied to the wounded hand adhered and filled with poison four different times and at last reports the boys condition was very dangerous Dr Congdon Found In Florida SDlAKAFOLin Nov telegram from Jacksonville FB says that Dr W E Congdon a young wealthy and high ly respected physician of Bristol Ind was run down there Sunday by W H Springfield a Chicago detective Congdoa disappeared Nov 12 and was thought to have bein murdered He bad drawn from the bank on the day of his disappearance and two days ater bis overcoat revolver and empty pocketbook were fouud by the roadside two miles out of town A fiw days later a letter from him to a lady in Elkbart accidentally fell into other hands and Congdon was final ly traced there A Mighty Good Sentiment 1XD1ASAPOLIS Nov thefchool board meeting Friday night one of the teachers asked the privilege of requesting subscriptions to purchase a flag for the school house A member of the board moved that all the teacnerd be granted a similar privilege The motion op posed by the vhree Germ in members of the board In the dicussion they de clared that the flig represented nothing but a sentiment and it would be a waste of time and money to place dags upon the school buildings from Chicago SHEFFIELD Ind Nov morning town was invaded by a crowd of Chicago toughs aldermen state sena tors et id genus omne who proceeded to prepare a ring and start a prize fight be tween Tom Kyan and Ed Bartlett of the windy city There were but three rounds and by that time Bartlett was licked a whole lot He was overmatched every where and in the third round was knocked senseless Then the crowd departed Terre Hauted Xew Railway Station TEEBE HAUTE Ind Nov ments has been completed which thia city is to secure a handsome new railway passenger station The structure will be a building of brick and gran ite and with extensive train sheds on the north and eat sides The station is to be built by the Terre Haute and Indianapo lis railrold com pinat a coat of fitm DrmmmtUt TEBRE HACTE Ind NOT dis patch from Detroit sayu James Paxton Voorhfps ni of this Indiana senator recently completed la Detroit a drams based npon his noTel A Tale ot Wealth The abounds in upon current tlje of the hardships of the poor and accumula tions of the wealthy Talking Up CempwlMTy Xdneatlos IKDIASATOIOS 111 A NOT m meeting of tha cltT school ALPACA His NGiUM UMDERWEAR AND Largest Variety Lowest Prices DEWENTER MAKE IT A POINT To Call at A Hacks place And see tho Largest Stock of DIAMONDS WATCHES CLOCKS SILVERWARE SPECTACLES i NOVELTIES 1 hat was evor brought to Logansport To be sold very low AH Goods markod without extra cost 41O Broadway Do Your Pacts Bag at the Knee Of course they do and naturally you would like to overcome it Then SEreeEers 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 Merchant J O Tailor Sole agent for Logansport OHIOAQO HAVE A SUBDIVISION OF YOUR OWN BUY AGRE1S Ore Aero Lot Comprising IO of the Ordinary 25x125 Lots ONLY EACH OX VEHY EASY TEKMS Think DP It 10 Lots Worth 2OOD for by the flcre foot Lois la the Subdivision tuljmnmir prnperi v sohl at auction thin month at 350 Rtid wicti or 0 and f sTV per aero THE WAY TO GET RICH cajro in a year or whl uouble t eir vttlue Huyftw tjocf ncns iind it the way tho wealthy tnoiierl men of vot thoir money ihcst ucrui wilt UIHAC you rich m the en me way Splendid faciluieH iur ruaLhiny thi piojtortr Kouett M in he niinedftte Land fnereivMug1 in ior platos nn particulars THE WAY TO MAKE MOXKV H TO INVEST IK CHICAGO KKVL ISTATK WILLIAM A MER1GOLD Co 1V115S LA SALLE ST CIIICAOO J IL for Infants and Children Caatorin la BO well adapted to children that I cnreg Colic I recommend it aa superior to any prescription I Sour Stomach tnown to H A ABCHEB JI D I P 111 So Oxford St Brocklyn N Y icjuiiooi Tirz CENTACH 77 Murray Stnwt K teadeutu of InrViina helii hT S uriay Prafesanr of La Por1 pre sented ihe drift jf a uluca tion law mottled aTler that of Iliiiionly more severe in requiriinents A corn mitten was appointed li modify rhi ilraf It will ha prnsjuted to tue legislature at its eozniug sesijlon The Little I WABASH lud Nov 24fiturday morning tiic one nud H haf pound baby born to Mri Frank Sione of South bash died quite suddenly Thu infant 7ras apparently as healthy an hour r revious to its demise as it was at any time since Its birth The parents had been offered per vreek by a dime museum to ex Mbit the child Got Driirik am Was CrenlatRl COLCSIBCS lal 24 ner aged 8 living at Franklin was bnrned to death tnurilar night in his fathers barn He uxrjt home intoxicated and was last the Lrirn wirh lighted cigar in his mouth The bui d ing was soon in fiaraes aad rescue was impossible Uooster News Alexander aud AI busi ness men of Joiietville quarreletl on the of that place Oct 1 Jane shoot ing Hoover four tfmes Iaie WLS fined Hoover has institutei civil ac titn against Lane for damans George H Moore has been nominated by the Republicans for mayor of Marion Frank Dougherty oae of the wealthiest residents Peru died Friday after an illness of six years Pennsylvania railway officials backed by English capitalists propoic to Incite at Elwood a town in the gas bilc a larga tinplate factory that will employ 400 persons The Midland railway has secured righi oway tbrouwh aad Ciay cJUQ ty will probably orit an elfttion to grant a subsidy of WO to the road to eitend it to the coal resriona Carmen Lookii Like Csirmen Sylva who is now 47 Is tbe daughter of Prinse Herman ol Wied In TSfl Princess Elizaljeth some time nt the court In Berlin tbe ttc quaintance of Prince Charlo in rather a I romantic manner As her foot slipped in hastily down a staircase the gallant young lieutenant caught her in bis arma and saved from an ugly fall At the I time when she appeared at the courtof the cztr Carmen Sylra posscsscfl 1 tall and finely molded figure blue drciimy eyes with a world of poetry in thpir clear 1 classical mouth whose graceful curves seemed formed butforsmilesrowgof i pearly teeth s finely cut nose i profusion of lixht wavy bur and exquisitely formed j liacs Most of these the exception of the golden bail which a mothers sorrow has whitened remain t5 the in addition to the dignified and stately presence which has become ac rentuated in these later years Indeed there is something about the queen which at some moments reminds one of Sara Ikrnhardt as Rolands of the actrrss most touching and genuine characters TUErie railway Saturday refused to reduce the hours of engineers to ten hours per day on the ground that it would entail an actual on the com pany The refusal WM emphatic The United States Kolliu Stok comi pany with plants at HeaeViscl Ills Urbana O and aiso ia Aiabamii asked for a receivfir Saturday Ic is not a fail ure but the company could not collect j money fast enough to pay bilUi becoming doe It is expected to pay doiiar for doli lar The company haudn i POWDEP Absolutely A cream f Urter of ail fn leavflolnr rtr menit Hcyort Au j IT I   

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