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   Logansport Pharos (Newspaper) - November 25, 1890, Logansport, Indiana                                LOGANSPORT DAILY PHAROS I6TH YEAE TUESDAY EVENING NOVEMBER 25 1890 NO 180 JOHN Ul CLOAKS Al Now Goods No Advance on Prices Largo Stock to Select from Splondid Light to See thorn Garments us Represented No Humbug Come SCHOOL Material BANK STATISTICS The Currency CornptroMyr sents Some Figures BUDGET OP USEFUL M f ORMATION or Thoni In tlie Nntionn1 Bank uextiun That Runs Up InUi Cost uf A Claim Only One Tliut AT 12thSt Drue Store FURNITURE PRICES THK LOWEST Our Designs None but the Beat Workmanship Allowed to Ietive our Salesroom FOR OVER FIFTY YEARS this old SovereignRemeiiy has stood the test and stands today the best known remedy for Catarrh Cold in the Head and Headache Persist in its use and it will effect a cure no matter of now long standing the case may be For sale by clruireists Cauli I in Thut Syiitu In WASHINGTON CITV Nw The forili coming rl of Mr Lucey tlr coir trailer uC t hi currency will contain full information in tf Uiu aifuirs of niUimml bunks iui1 wLl cover the opuru tions of the tiiruitii for i lie twelve munlhs ended Oct 31 18JO During rliU jcriod 307 new ahHochiuons hfivc been 5J tinvc into voluntary liqiiicliition anil V hnve bufii in the linlnla of receivers 1 he net in MS cimiiti tilting a Inrxer jruwtii ilurin uny giinilitr period This number of active bunks on Due Ill IfcJU win 3 COT which is an iimtvisu uvcr any previiirn ilute Thcse banks have iu capital stock tfiM7SJM5 lioinU ilepusitud tu secure cir cnljition uioJ unil iKjreH out utandiliL IM leprcsiiiteil by luwfui money depos ited lo redeem circulation still outstand ing Condition at Tlie UrorH ilicreiiso in circulation luring year including no in of those of failed and 1 iiuiilatinit asaocia ticns was niul tlie decrease in circulation secureil by United States bonds was UnOoU 21S9U the lite of thu last report of condition ltS40 bmks were open fur business Gross de posits including amounts due banks were stated at FJO3i021OCT loans and dis o untH an increase in each of these items over any previous dace They held S1U5 21SSB9 in specie in lender note 4 3 39J in na tional bunk notes and SB 155 IIUU in United Stales certificates of Uposic Hunk and Cost Keporls received and tabulated show that drafts were drawn by national banks upon their correspondents during the vear ended Junu nt an average cot to the purclinser oE 8Ji cunts premium on each being about 1lJ of 1 per cent A is nrule with cnmlitions ox isiinij prior to the estahlisliinent tlm national system when 1 per centum the rate of premium on dornistic exchatige Prnpnrtlon of Cnuh t Checks 1CIO The comptroller obtained and pub lishcd returns exhihiiinci the proportiot of coin paper money checks and drafts in banking operations as shown b delailed statements of the receipts of the national us oclatioi on July 1 ari September 17 180 For the firs date reports Mere received frcn i3o4 national Their total Cipts on that day were O tie total receipts 7 SO per eint c ms of coin and paper money andth maiiKler 9J 50 percent iu chicks draft THE INDIAN SITUATION No Change hat Plenty of Talk About Trouble Thnt la Coming CHICAGO Nov Indian situa tion according to Gen Miles has under gone no change for tho worse at least Indeed the general went so far as to say that the indications were stronger for peace than at any time since the scare began To a man up a tree it be gins to look as though there had been much ado about mighty little end that if the redskins are only permitted to dance to their hearts content no trouble will occur Jt may yet turn out however that it is another ease of starving or swindled Indians raising a rumpus for their own News From Pine Itidtro Dispatches from Pine Kidgj Agency say there ia not a sign of war The Indians were coming into the nijency all day yes terday getting their rations but Wound was still recalcitrant The chil dren are going to school as usual and ev erything is quiet From other points dis patches say that the whites are still flee ng to tbe towns although nobody has xier killed yet or even shot at Occa ionally a crowd of bucks talk loud to a wiiite man but so far talk is all The In ians say that the white man has his Mes iah and they will have theirs All they vant id to possess him in peace Plenty of Soldiers Opinion where the facts are known is gradually crystalizing into the belief that f the Indians are let alone the frenzy will wear itself out without doing any one harm Judging from the number of troops it generally takes to tbraah Mr 10 there should be enough on tha ground soon to make a rising a bad thing or the redskins Four troops of cavalry TO sent ti Pine Hidge from Furl Leav en worth yesterday Still the Indian mighty unsartin anil there may be rouble yet CLEVELANDJDN INGALLS The Kx1renlilent licjoices In the Defeat of Kiiumy CHICAGO Nov special to The Herald from Kansas City says Nelson A Ayers internal revenue collector of Kansas uiuler Cleveland has received a Uer from the expresident in which he says There is no one thing of the same grade of importance which has resulted from the recent election which ought to please Democrats and decent people so much as the prospects of the retirement of Ingalls I do not know what kind of n Democrat it would be who would not la bor in season and out of season to prevent the return to the senate of this villifier o every tiling Democratic who has been pu forward by the Republican party to pour out abuse too bad for even decent Repub licans and who was made the presiding officer of the senate to crown their insults to our party Tin Plato Mill at Chicago PlTTsiiuno Nov Chicago Tin Plate company a new concern which will receive its charter this week has ordered from a Pittsburg Qrm rolls and linishing machinery for a capacity of 2500 boxes of plate per week The president of the company is the general manager of one of the western railroad systems and tbe stockholders are all railroad men Mr Pirker formerly with the Illinois Steel c i inpany will be manager of the new BELMONT DEAD The Great New York Banker Called Hence PACTS FEOM HIS LITE EISTOBY ICWSH NERVE AND BRAIN TREATMEtTT Ipri A Man Whose Character Had Many arid All of Them Brave Defiance of a Hully Who Spoke Insult ingly of Art Patron ol IJiucriuiliiation anil Taste and a Turf mnn Whoso Honor Was Above Suspi cion NEW YORK Nov death ol August Belmont at 3 a m yesterday at his home in this city euded the career OH one ot tbe most extensive bankers in the woiid He took a severe cold at the horse show last week which developed nto pneumonia and rapidly sapped the foundations of hii life He was born in Germany in 1816 and came to this uouniry in 18ST as the agent of tha Roths childs He had iieen United States con sul and minister resident at The Hague aud received this thanks of the govern ment for his services in those positions Ho was banker politician and art patron and an able man in each connec tion His banking house is one of the iirr in the world JJrave and Chivalrous Ueuitleman Above all Mr Belmont was a gentle man in its highest significance An inci dect which resulted in bis permanent lameness will prove the above statement Early in the 40s be and a party of young HARMONY I7J SIGHT Result if m Conference About Fnir Jurisdiction CHICAGO Nov long meeting ol the joint committee of the national com mission and the local directory of tbe worlds fair was held yester day with a view of determing muchdisputed question of jurisdiction in the management of the fair The report f the committee will show that the local card of directors concede the right of the ationnl commission to control the for gn and the other exhibits and in order prevent further disagreemanls between be two boards it recommends the ap ointment of a reference committee Done Yesterdaj At yesterdays meeting of the national ommisaion the report of the committtee n awards was adopted It recommends ronze medala and certificates instead of loney A resolution was assed authorizing President Palmer to onfer with the speaker of the house of epresentativos with a view of securing be proper appointment of two commU oners from Alaska IN PERIL ON THE LAKE Eiperionce of a Shipwrecked Crew During Storm OswEGO N Y Nov Tho towbarge owned by Hall Co of Og lensbarg went on the beafih ictine miles west of here in a blinding snowstorm Sat urday night and will prove a total loss The Newcomb was in command of Capt lharles Brown of Sacketts Harbor and was bound from Ogdensburg to Charlotte Mollciilnjc ot tho Drain oliMitarr oxertion of ltu MlrfhbBse or Kftch bus roritiiiaj one moiitlii r for 35 rpnl iJ mail r for nix boErn if ftwntl purchoJur fund mutieT if tho tTontmenl fall to Iseueil It K KeeslliiK drufrtcis sole nitcn bj A FINE PIECE OF fllG and other substitutes fir money The lo till receipts of 3174 niitioiml bankx for Sept 17 ISJH is stilted III of which coin mid puper money constituted 3UO per cent mid checks drafts elc 9104 per cent ConipurUim witVi 1881 Similor statistics were produced in 13S1 A comparison sbows tlmt n larger propor tion of coin and paprr money enter into banking operations in I SOU than in ISM These pircentasm forlie two days in ISSI are 4S7 and 401 respectively in ISno for aimllnr dates 750 and 8 ill per centum Tho Incrensod o money in banking operations here shown is equal to 08 pel cent nnd in deemed ligni ficint when con sidered iu connection witi the present np iusumciency in tha amount of coin acd paper money In circulation It is i explanation that n great change has taken place during the past nine years in the matter of credits and that nil commodities are now sold on shorter time mi i to a much larger extent for cash than formerly A Omul W otil rr tlin System iomptroller expresses the opinion thnt ihe evident lack of currency neces sary to the proper conduct of business during the pist few months U greatly aggravated by the reiirement of national bunk limes which paper money alone posscses I but elnslic property so es sential in a perfect circuliuiou All money issued directly by the government whether coin or paper is necessarily non plus ie by reason of its being in all casts availal ie for the lawful money reserve of national banks HIII in most possess tug tin1 legal tender qiialitv JOHN FINERTYS PREDICTION by Lnclo Sum COMES AS NEARBEIN9 A FINE PIECE OF PLUG TOBACCO Irol To AnntXd Within Flflj Yiiirii XKW YilIlC Nov The Twentythird of the liunjint of Allen jnrkir and OHrien at Manchester Eng nd was olHcrvcd by tue Irish National nt Cooper lnion hall last night Tha mil WHS CnnijrtstuanElect oh 11 It Fllous presided The address mtetini iiiuleby Hon John Kincrtv of Chicago wlm spoke on the Manchester mar yrs Mr linerty did iit cofine hluielt to ubjct strictly upon Iel nils wrongs aud ler rvlatiJis o E inland He snul Ire aiiis ciuse to diy was If she onlil be n free country lie would like to ee he u pare uf the Unite I Scales Hu rediced that in fifty yearn Irsl aid would ote of the brightest in the Amer oan ling ClvvclMIHl 11 tmivert to WASHINGTON CITY Nov iV Tie Critic ast evening published the story that ex Cleveland beecaie a convert the dimbie standard coinage theory l that wrote a letter tr Senator lome time ago which ihe Missouri sena to some of bis colleagues ad tiMi i hat lie bad been wrong iu bis r oi ilie currency question id ttuit he iitlv to announce his co AMONG DEALERS THESE GOODS ARE ON THE MARKET IN ONLY ONE SHAPE 3x12 FULL 16 OZ PLUGTHE MOST CONVENIENT T0 CUT IN POCKET PIECES OR CARRY WHOLE Col Deiiby for Vice President WASHINGTON Crrr Nov 25 is in undercurrent of considerable strength among Democratic leaders here in favor or Col Den by minister to China u resi dent of Evansville Ind for the vice pres idential place on tbe ticket in 1893 They ay that be was a brave and brilliant sol Jict that he lias made no antagonisms anil would command the vote of every man who believed in the principles of the party Fnte aud tlie Nov emperor of Aus tria is represented as deeply cast down by tlie probable fatt of his relative tho Arch tluko John the third threat calamity dur ing his reign in tho Hapsbiirg family his brother Maximilian hiving been shit in Mexiuo and his son and heir Kidolph having committed suicide Inspector lur Oaiivillo Ills WASHINGTON CITV Nov SViudcm has appointed George T Buck ingham an inspector of customs at Dan ville Ills ABBREVIATED TELEGRAMS Tbe British parliament was opened at parliament house London today The schools at Madison Wis have been closed owing to an epidemic of diphtheria The Citizens National bauk of Daytou Wash capital bus been aut teed to begin business A conscience cottrbution of ivos oived Monday at the treasury dpirt cut from Portland Ire A ticketofleave man named Walte Campbell Monday robbed the Ohio stat risun of articles worth Cardinal Gibbous has addressed a Ie er to the Roman Catholic clergy request ig them to mark Thanksgiving Day b ime special service Tho molders employed by the Miune ota Thresher company at Stilhvaur mve struck because twelve convicts have eeu put to work in the foundry Jessie A a young woman from Chicago committed suicide at New York ciy Monday because her money was ail 5 me and she could not get woric Lionel Burnett the son Mrs 3ur ictr who wrote Little Lord Fauntle is dying at Paris He was the iiidel of tun little lord in his mothers story Mr August Belmont the famous bank er died iu bis homo in Now York early Monday from the effects of a cold cou tracted at the horse show He was ia his Hh year The suspension of Elward BranJon was announced ou the New York Stock Exchange Monday Mr Bratdou was one of tbe oldest members having been iulmitted in 1802 ISrolhors Drouni N Y Nov Two brother Sammy aud Klilie VTeller were drowned in Mooly Poiad Saracac hike tenlay Tuo ajed 10 weut on the pond to skate although warned by his brother Sammy at by the window and saw his brother break through the ice to his rescue ha reached over hold of him but the ice gave WHV tnd both were druvvred Falleil to Send Out n Flajmaa MHSEAPOLts Nov trains on the Illinois Central railway collided near Dubuqne la Sunday morning and one man Edward fatally injured Several others were seriously injured There had been a failure to seed out a oasman THE INDIANA WIEE important Gathering of Meth odist Leaders THE DISOIPLIITE TO BE DISCUSSED UMBRELLAS n tow of tha tug Proctor There wars other barges also in tho tow the New meu occupied a box at a theatre in Wash ington City Directly across Che proscen ium in another box was a bevy of beauti ful ladies The young men had com mented on tbe remarkable grace and beiinty of one of the young ladies then unknown to them even by nama They were still dilating on hergraca when they pasised out of tbe box A southern fire eater overheard their remarks and made a comment which reflected brutally upon the whole sex Those were the days 01 chivalry and the young banker though much smaller than tbe southerner hotly resented tbe comments Rebuke of a Bltiekguard Facing the Southerner who was noted a bully and a dead shot young Balmont saU in deliberate toues The dog who would utter such a sen timent insults the memory of his owi mother and is unfit for tha company decent men The fireeater turned livii with rage and replied You shall hear from mo Dueling was in fashion iu those days nd Belmont was challenged William layward was Belmonls opponent an tbe Qrst fire be put a bullet into Bal lonta hip Made Him Hero oT tho Hour The wound lamed Belmont for life bu t made him the hero of the hour H larried at the age of 35 the daughter o Commodore Matthew Perry every mal lember of which family has served wit istiaction in the mivy After the wed ing tbe young couple lookup their re lence in New York Mr Belmont niuision is at Fifth avenue and wit ts artistic possessions is valued at S000 His annual income from tho stocks ionds and government securities ownet iy him is said to be over 4500QUO Mr lelmont leaves three Jr crry and Oliver A Man of Mnny Characteristics Mr Belmont was a manysided man As an independent banker and as the American ngent of the Rothschilds he iccupied a foremost place in the vorlii of finance As a Democrat stood for years high iu the councils of ils party and until 1872 occupied the chairmanship of the national Democratic committee As an owner of fast horsss and a patron of the turf his nama has bo come widely known Before he was 30 years of age ho was a leader in New York sociuiy and it is only within a few years that he and bis family have given up that large interest in social affairs which once churacteized them In the world of art also Mr Belmont was a prominent figure He owned a collection that is con sidered one of the finest in the country Ills Love for Good Horses As a boy on his fathers farm he had acquired a love for outdoor sports This passion remained with him through all his years of social and political activity but it was not until about the time that Jerome park was established that he be came identified with the American turf Mr Belmont became president of the jockey club and at the close of the very firt season of his presidency was the BU tocrat of the organization He retired in 1SS1 from active participation in racing affairs but eventualy came back stronger than ever Mr Belrucnttook particular pride in breediig his own horses and he was known as a man who would rather win a common purse race with a colt ol his own raising than a stake worth thou sands with n horse he had purchased His colors were maroon aud scarlet and no spot of dishonor bos ever marked them A Fine Art Collector When Balmont was in Naples he gave much time to the study of art and as soon ail he acquired sufficient capita he began collecting paintings aud statu ary he went to The Hague a minister lie became acquainted with the Flemish and French schools and grew tt be even a more enthusiastic collector than he hud ever been before He bought with preat liberality and taste His whol house is a museum and in the rear of hi mansion where he had erected a larg gallery he paced most of his picture and treasures of art What he brough together const itutes one of the Snest nn most valuable collections iu the country It is not confined to any single class piintings but contains examples o Knaus Meissonier Rosa Bouheur Trojon Galoit Bouguereau Vibert Muackaczy Meyer Urion and Madniao His Iersonal Appearance Mr Be mont was a man of middle ure well built with small hands anl feet with side whiskers that had turned gray and a finely shaped partly bald head His features were regular and his complexion quite fresh for a man of hi years His eyes sparkled and in genera comb being the last Nearly Frozen To Death Off Great Sodus light the Newcomba towllne parted and it was quickly lost in the snow An attempt made to enter Sodus harbor but the seas were too heavy and it was driven down the lake and on o the reef oft Nino Mile point it was found there ut daylight Sunday morning the crew of seven men lashed in the rigging and nearly dead frcrn exposure They were covered with ice and wet to the skin Capt Brown was unconcious when the lifesavers reached the barge nd his condition is critical THE POSTENKEENER CASE I IB Fruukle Lett Her Assailant Get OB with a Tear JACKSONVILLE Ills Nov fa mous PostenKeener trial has come to a sudden end as many predicted it would At the last moment it became evident that the young lady who was shot almost desd by Posten had a strong dislike to appearing against him in court and the darkey got off by pleading guilty and ac cepting a term of one year in the peni tentiary The great crowd that gathered in tho court room to hear something sen sational Iwas thus disappointed Postenn right arm is so disabled by the shot from Miss Keeners pistol that he will not be able to work while in the penitentiary Minister Denby Is Apparently SoHd YORK Nov Worlds Washington City special says There is the bent of authority for the statement that Col Denby minister to China will not be removed by the present adminis tration He is not only the personal end of the president the intimacy ex uding to the families of both gentle en but herepresents tuo best elements Indiana Democracy Tha president alizes that he would moke more ena ies by removing Denby than he would care friends Smith the Forger Gets Rnpid Justice w YORK Nov 25 H Smith roker church deacon and former through hose recent frauduleutpracticestbe firm f Mills Kobesou Smith brokers was lined was placed on trial at p m esterday and at 5 oclock the Jury ren ered a verdict of guilty It was probably ie briefest trial ever held here A stay f sentence until Dec 3 was granted The aximum penalty is ten years rnrnell Decides to Retire LONDON Nov Central News earns from an excellent source that Par ell will announce at the next meeting of he Irish members his retirement from he leadership Davitt in a speech last light said he believed that Parneli would prove himself a greater patriot ban his enemies supposed by taking the ourse which would minimize tbe danger o Irish autonomy More Strikers on the C and K I TUSCOLA Ills Nov trainmen i the St Louis branch of the Chicago and Eastern Illinois yesterday joined with he strikers on the main line and refused a take freight cars out About 400 coal miners at Grape Creek will be thrown out if work if tbe strike continues as tho mine owners can secure no cars They Will Warm the Dynamite NEW YORK Nov Durot and Joseph Dego were killed and Rafello Roalo and Carmen Purod serioily in jured by the explosion of a dynamite car tridge yesterday One of the men had placed the cartridge too near tbe flro to heat it and this caused the explosion Coitly Freight Wreck EARABOO Wis Nov the Madi son division of the Northwestern rood near this city Saturday night a freight train broke through an iron bridgewreck irig twentythree cars ioaded with mer chandise The loss is estimated at fio 000 No one was hurt Wommi Lay Representation Bold Attempt to Palm Off a Bogui Heir on a Fair Fraud Ethel Towne Loses Her Tronble on the C and E I Likely To iMUAXArous Nov the 10th j day of next month thera will meet ia this city at Roberts Park church a small body of men in whose the Methodist Episcopal church all over this country will have ai unusual interest For ei long time in the Methodist EpUco pal church the question has been mooted as to what portion ol the discipline the organic law or constitution of the church and what was merely legislation This ban come up iu various geneiral conferences from time to time uni til it has bccoms serious with tha more thoughtful A Committee OB Interpretation The matter of Interpretation waj be fore the last general conference on the question of admitting woman delegates and as a result of the discussion an order was passed recommending the appoint ment of a commission of seven ministers seven laymen one from each general con ference district and three bishops to pre pare paraeraphs to take the place of par C3 and 91 in the present edition of the discipline These paragraphs are To defiuo and determine the constitu tion of the general conference to state of whom it shall be composed and by what method it shall be organized to declare its powers etc and report to the general conference of Names of the Members The commission chosen for this impor tant work consists of Bishop Merrill Foss and Nlmlo the Revs John Miley Madison N J Thomas B Neely Phila delphia Jacob Todd Wilmington Del Luke Hitchcock Chicago Alpha J Ky nett Philsdelphia Charles L Madison Sun Antonio Tex Jacob Rothweiler Columbus O The lay members are Will iam P Dilllngham Montpelier Vt Fran cis H Root Buffalo N Y Hiram L Sibley Marietta O Samuel H Elbert Denver B M Widney Los Angeles Calj T 13 Sweet Topeko Kan and Col John W Ray Indianapolis FORGERY OF THE RECORDS Register of the Ulrtb of a Child Who Never Waft Dora INDIANAPOLIS Nov A sensational forgery of the records of the city board of health cama to light Monday In a suit Uied by L F Adams a wealthy commis sion merchant to compel the board correct a record Adams son Arthur was married two years to Ella Irish A year later the couple disagreed aud separated and young Adams has died Monday Adams father lied suit against the board of health charging that UNDERWEAR AMD GLOVES Largest Variety Lowest Pr DEWENTER MAKE IT A POINT To Call at place And see the Largest Stock of DIAMONDS WATCHES CLOCKS SILVERWARE SPECTACLES NOVELTIES Tha was ever brought to Logansport To be sold very low Ail Goods marked without extra cost 41O Broadway Do Tour Pants Bag at the Knee Of course they do and naturally you would like to overcome it Then try SGreeters Sensible Trousers SMcher The only article of the kind that a tailor can recommend as doing the work thorough ly without injuring the garment Merchant J S CRAIG Sole agent for Logansport Tailor tlH The United States supreme court has e picture of a healthy oH I t1 ihA riTrM 11 onn Years ago he rode on horseback a deal and often srayed out in the affirmed the judgment of ine circuit court far the southern distrc of New York i r hollrs i00icg He sentence U death by Q d sat up at the Manhattan club util 2 3 iii tbe morning playing the game He also went often to the Knickerbocker and Dnion clubs in tbe case anese uuder tricity Eugene Field journalist got back from Europe Saturday and showed an ax at his room iu tbe Sturtevanc house New York city which has been used by djd not preveat os rj3mg promptly Gladstone ia his treechopping feats at j n tne mrrnmj Hawardeu Ic is said that Postmaster Gjneral Wanamaker was caught recently on Read Ing stock aud lost a lot of money At Washington City it is reported that he has recently borrowed his home ia that city The tin box stolen Nov 19 from John Keller at Chicago containing 1100000 worth ol securities has been found and most of the papers recovered The rob bery hid U under a sidewalk whare it was found by children and the papers i wem scsttered all over the neighborhood Those late hoars however at S on Ilqaor Derlerr PITTSBUKG Pa Nov C5 wholesale liquor dealers of th3 First and Second wnrds were arnisted last night charged with selling liquor without a li cense Ten gave bail in the snm of SSOOO each The Elections ia I talj ROUE Nov 25 The results of Sundays ejections in 39L districts are Ministerial ists 314 Radicals 30 Oopposition Left 0 Right 10 Socialists 3 uncertain S Have to Walk Straightin Germany LOSD3S Nov The editor of The Chemnitz has been sentenced to a weeks imprisonment for having so for gotten his loyalty to tbe empire as to close a meeting over which he presided with a call fur cheers for Socialism Kllled the FireiKan OMAHA Nov Cheyenne special says A head end collision be tween freight trains occurre 1 at Howells Wyo yesterday Both engines and a number of csirs were demolished Fire man Foote was killed Concenleil His Terrible Malady BUDA PESTH Nov Jnliua Karolyi the wellknown Hungarian died yesterday of cancer of the tongue He concealed his malady until nearly the last moment Failure lit PHtsbnrg PITTSBTTIQ Nov Fawcett Co ieasiva coal dealers of this citj assigned Monday morning Liabilities estimated at assets said to reach 1600000 Twenty IMn Killed in 11 Coal Fit VIESSA Nov pit of the Breux Minim company at Tschancsh has ioliapsed owing to the mine being flood ed Twenty men were killed Uouatain fires in the neighborhood Jillico Tenn haire destroyed thousands of of timber its records show that a child was born lxm to Ella Adams in April aud that tho return shows that Dr F C Fergu son was tbe attending physician Object of the Rascality for platek c The complaint charges that no child SSTTHE was bornto the woman at the time named nor at any other time and that the return Is a forgery committed for the purpose of basing a claim to a part of his estate iu the event ot his death Dr Ferguson corroborates the statement and decarcs that he never attended Mrs Adams on such an occasion and that thu name signed to the birth certificate is a forgery Late Monday afternoon Mr Adams disovered that tbe child was taken from tho Home of the Friendless by Mrs Adiims Mrs Adams left here some months ago aud Is now supposnd to bo in New York ETHEL LACKS NERVE Tlie Fair Fraud Objects to Made H Show or TEKRE HAUTE Ind Nov Towne who passed the forged check for on the hotel here representing her aelf to be the niece of James H Walker of Chicago whosn name she forged was Indcted by the grand jury Monday and brought from the jail to the court hous2 to plead but when she saw the crowd in the courtroom she begged not to be mad an exhibition of and was led to a consult ation room where she remained whie her attorneys announced that she would en ter her pea Tuesday Her bond was fljted at which failed to give Aliens Lnnils in Danger INDIANAPOLIS Nov state of fleers are about to begin an investigation to find whether or not any land baa es cheated to the slate under the law of 1885 and where it is located Prior to that time a number of nonresident aliens had acquired lands in this state by purchase aud inheritance and the legislature passed a Jaw prohibiting such persons from hold ing realty in ludiauo Alinns who at that time held real estate were uiven five years in which to dispose of it and any properly not disposed of was to escheat to the state No escheats have been reported Howruan Asked Co Resign TEBRE HAUTE Ind Nov strike on the Chicago and Eustern Illinois road will in all probability be compromised within the next twelve hours aud traffic resumed President Saul telegraphed Trainmasier Bowman for his resignation Monday and it is SHid here that it Bow man is forced to resign the ccmductors brakenien and switchmen will return to work without pressing their demand for three brakemen on freight crews The GHIOAQO RELAlA A SUBDIVISION OF YOUR OWN BUY AGRBS One Acre Lot Comprising 1O of the Ordinary Lots ONLY BACH ON VKHV KAPV TBKMS ThlnV oF It ID Lots Worth foe the fkre 25 foot Lni s in the SuhtllrUlmiailjolniiui properly soli at auction this month al MOO and ouch or SI U iinl tK710 per Here THE WAY TO GET RICH in ruo So MONKV IS TO INVEST IN CHICAGO RKAL ESTATE WILLIAM A MER1GOLD Co lviias SALU2 ST CHICAGO ILL ASTORIA for Infants and Children adapted to chnorenlhat I CaitorU caret CoUe on I Bour Stomach Diarrhoea laurni to me H A Aacnxa M D Ill 80 Oxford St Brooklyn NZ medicattim TttK CicrriClt CoKPAinr 7T Hurray Street X switchmin in tbe yards here all quit work Monday Want Them to nrpnk a Contract BrAZIL Ind Nov demand of the drivers and day men in tbe block mines for day h is not yet grant ed by the operatera Several ol the are running under contract Onmnuujes have been appointed by tb Iriers who are out to wait on their Irtvers at these mines and induce tiier o break their contract quit work aud join tha mtrikers About 2000 men are now out Ileen Twenty in Prison COLUMBCS Ind Nov twenty years7 confinement in the prison at Jeffer James T Stovey returned to Johnson county bis old home Monday Srovey U 64 years of age and was at oui time worth rumbling ruined him H planned the robbery of a caught in the with a killed one of fail pursuers for which r was to ttate8 prison in 1870 Mooresville SiuJay night at trie point of revolvers and compelled tbe trainmen to give up what property they had They were arrested herfi Monday and gave Ihelr names as James Henry and Jamts Murphy of Indianapolis and William Stone af St Louis Hecame Murderously Insane MABTIXSVILLE Ind Nov j M a young farmer became vioi lently insane Monday and attempted to kill bin father and mother His brother arrived barely in time to save their lives He wan taken by strategy and conveyed to the inaane hospital busineKi tions vrere tbe i Tlie Long Fast of a Hog GOSHEN Ind Nov 25 William Long who live near Athens threhed wheat early in Sptember and missed a vlua j bie hoz the same day Sunday he looked underthe straw stack aud found the bg alive pnd well Save being thirsty no appearance of oeiug the wnre fjr captivity Will Have to 51lid Trial Again Ind Nov Williams bout a year agosbot an 1 killei br itn rinlaw a man named Thrasher but was acquitted by a justice of ihe peaje on be ground of selfdefense J he last rand jury indicted him for murder and Monday he was arrested and placed in ail Corn Crop in Southern Indiana EETMOUK Ind Nov corn cio of southern Indiana is harvested in ent condition aud the yell exc edi all expectations Tbe average fom bushels upwards to hixty auibels per acre on the test river bottom inds aud the quality u prime The Wealhur 5 txp WAJHISCTOS CITY Nov folio are tie weaur IndfcaUorM tor ibirt lours from r re t rday For i iln an I Mi hlvi Fair slijfinly coUr vea h er ex e t itationiry temperinure Michigan win Is and Illinois Fair neather tii night ni change iii temperature winds For IowaFair slightly cooler weath S1U4 oycusa CIOWJM December ocnei ix Hay opcied 3jo c oxid Oats No vurnlxir oponed closed December opened Vfyc clos 1 4tc May opene1 c Decemlwr opined and Tnmpi Rob MABTIXSVrLLm Ind NOT Thni trampi held np an extra train on In dlananolU and Vineennet road iL42K May t2iO closed lit 17H LanlDcce nler ope icd tVJJH ioewl Produce Fancy separator lKJ 8cnne Katheril cream 24 dairies fllMet fresh 2 it fresh packinj eto k canlled low 2iJ2 c per doi Ic bou e IJressed Hens per Ib spring chlckeni 7OSr roosters 5i5v du ks turkeys geese 8 il k Potatoes Gool to choice Wisconsin fancy 8 c Northern Mien gun fair go id cU choice to nicy Burbans UOSSBc pwost Illinois tJTi ApplesIllinois green cooking brl eating pcddltn stock Sew York KKW VOHK Nov 24 No 2 red winter do 1102H lo January No 2 mixed caeh do December Oats Quiet bat firm No t mixed cash 4Bo do November 4Vc Dull Pork Quiet mrw Quiet No vemb r W flDecember tflij Live Stock Market JOc V 103 higher native 1W Iba bulls and cows S137Vi32S tbccp and lambs KC V Ib lower sheep S40U C5 50 V 10 it3SQt1 Market a hade firmer 4415 CO Ibs 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