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   Logansport Pharos (Newspaper) - November 28, 1890, Logansport, Indiana                                LOGANSPOET DAILY PHAROS 16T1I YEAE FBI DAY EVENING NOVEMBER 1890 SO JOHN GRAYS C AfJAIX ON CLOAKS All Now Goois No Avarco on IJricos Larg Sock to Select from Soo thorn Ganr No Come jpo I MORE WAR TALK News from the Indian Country Is Again Alarming AN EXSCOUTS STAEIXINO STOEY DHVC v t y INK in i ON v FRJDftY NOVEMBER 28 New Hluurlanl nt AlfXlHltr I t i tn its QJ cmcnceau MISS LAURA BIGGE A tin MoDKI DoIAN S 01KliA lux Vf MllAN lMlf ovivccn uerieinir MONDAY DEC J THETALANTED ACTRFS Armed Tulk u UradiinWhite Children and iDrltiking the Ilooil of Thulr Hundred War riors In Onw Cattle Being with An Attempt to Cup turn Short Hull Would Uusult la Pierre S Apprehensive CHICAGO Xov MiUs last niht tliu foilowhiij fc n Jov ernur ff Sttrii iJukoui ricotty PbtilipH acitilMiiian living at ti mouth of the jrrtiitl Siune cfutjli mo tin following Philhjjs Ls a vory tool apl rellablu man tlHl was a t HCUUI I tin SioUX ttrri Cheydini tronblf llu nfdHts iliat twtjvu ftmk anno i wiii antl aiiinunitiijM cittipcd at his housf jnti troiii fo a large oarnp whicii is formil ou Whitu rJvor at tbe iiiuu Ii tf Pais fhu In i ins surly ami iu Tiiaritiiir Oiu jf LliLMii saiil he ha1 sirm tho liinu they LU out tho EJraids of criiifJrun and Jririk womans bio d and that thu t iuitj was com itr Wiien they 1 do it attain lit the last few days Philips has iiad twenty cattle Allied by Thrire hallhnLds j From nvtr at Phillips home Mn ii day and said t ex pected to hid thu settlements diHtruyed when they hoim1 says evcry bo ly who hai boon hidtatn any length of time without Buys that there N be an upiMsiii and that very tjuickly IIiuidriMl AriiKHl Wariiors The at 13ills at cretk hat Itttin run riu 4 f r a niHith and Phillip thinks that it is a point fixed for concentration for all thu bamLs lie l h inks there are 100 and 1 armed wirriora there The la Utans my that they wili not iv Siinrt Bull and will when the aoldiurs try to arresl I bsdian runners pass Phillip hKis j and da t raveling betwetrii K nk LI 1 i he etmp oa An tor T T f VTTT CTrTITrnn Meiie ie uuiiciuds his tle L LM N f N K I M JJ1UJ111 LJ L tiililishnusiitof p Ciiinilirliiiii mnl City parttsiiiL b Her n Milus ssil ihnr Uiis niul Superb Diiiniatii Company 1 Iioir S U CatIe the Sciire tud public an v trit 3 FI1EST WPRDRDBE THE BEST flRTISTS THE GREflTEST PLJ1Y5 lei ly iti u troujuB Next wfv IM pfoiliotn wittiss a sris id cent pifforiiiiiiifis for Tht Inr rue f Inc SK unit iilo Ntirlit the irnitf ilrnimi untitled THl M MiMiiinf lihili Stewart nre ina liftmt v ami ftvnn Worths it iiml Niw Viik Si ats H1 ill Krrin driix URIdTURE TM LOWES Our Designs None luit iht Best Workmanship to Leave our saltjfirtHjm A teltifnitn fruui Pinvi S X coutlrtns thu Mjovi tini liiitioii the ttatiiuouy of LliarloH Vv aldr m anui lur cattltnimn ilts ami Iltiliiji Ijit U mar ritid Jndiaa women and have nl lnul tliLclosest rtlatiuns vviin tinnilskitn They report thai tin aru LMI trjixwl in to ranchmen by but it is ihIr naiiiiLr of killing utle Lhiu the in bur that sho IHMIILS of ip i i in their chtirficteitu one wlu i iniiiiir with Iiulitui In sonii places they funiul a witii JUT vs in its body wliich is as much as say An I ntHii wail a luttl heart ill Liis what are you to tia about it In dia in who tdituTly smiting friendly and wnilil ans noiv surly durnuas oytturs and carry their bolts lull uf and Wtii chusUis on thtir shoui ILTS A Sitro for Trouble All the semi civtizud or LO il Itiliana thtiy claim have uonu into tiiu which is c iisukied a jjoiutir that trouble is a haid and tluy Knov it Tnu seit of in hnit Bnlld Litinp which U locaed north ot tho White river iu the IJiuo Kivir nytriicy a tVw miks ICDIII the mouth ct ctiak Short Hulls ftd urc L i hu wilder fiasa who have the fhUiLst sure t faith in tiie new Missinh craz The serious feat lire of tsiis situation that tho order has out tn tiie army ifliiors to capture the leiders of the Mtssah 1ho army Is now in t he sjut lurn pnJ ioa of the south arid i lie folio wtru jofSaori liull swear thaiif any aHompt Uttlr Mouiifl uiul Short ISull Yesterday General Miles received a tele gram from General Brooke in which he says The Indian chief Little Wound came into Pine Ride agency yesterday and every hour to iesseii the strength of Llij disaffected Indians Short Bull of the Kosebud agency has also come into the airency and his people about 500 lodges nearly Indians are re ported also toward tbe agency I consider Short linll one of the worst and most treacherous chiefs of the northwest I have now a strong command and am ready for summary action at a moments A for Protection A letter was received by Gen Miles from Judgtt K C Kice of Mandan X D yes terday i desire to address the ot the goverumtiit in regard to the danger we are in here from the Indians Tin govirnmerit sends out men to investi gate they see no Indians aud go away thinking there is no danger while old In dian scouts and men who have lived among Indians and can talk with them say there is danger In behalf of UK people and myself we ask that some thing he done that troops may be sent in snflurieitD number to protect us until this lias passed away LATEST FROM PINE RIDGE J11T n i O linil swear thai if any nltcmpt U iMifoiNon ai wm i fi IIIIIUIIOUII Vt tJUJJlJi i bUuHlslmi forthwith and Iuillips imd 4 HUOADWAV Is filled EMI Hint ro New of MiscolUnieous Books Pidnres Dolls Easels ies Jr clo of oods n tyvn Quote the Lowest Prices y n cui tof nnd 1 will beat tntin fasily Te Soc nt tho PEARL ST STORE ho Ciosod Out Rogard 1 oss or aru sure they mean what thty say i H K A tfLLrinii fnMii New Vork says The ItTafd has a tpeci1 from M HSU u In Muni ntnit i hat a hatt lo is progress ween uui liuiians aud l ioops neiir Kurt The battle it not uwinii tn the Meiah craX1 but the result of an m tempt of Indians to release Some prisoritrs BOUND TO HAVE NEWS Explanation of it IltMiiitrkaMe Fact Hehi live tu CHICAGO 7 re ports sent from tne by cnrres pnnioiils Tuixlay niuht to llutlTect that tie Ji sbuil Indians luul sturud ou u expedition that Sitting Bull Was dfflaur nud iliat the situaiian eralif wv were one and al de nied nt army headquarters yesteivlny niil t was eomtnnud upn as retiuirka li e thit the more vlie ciiaracter of tit1 OiticKtl advices tii1 moiv senat iuiuil tlu reports of tiie IJT c Mo Indians Gen Hniier telegraph d ni nial of VCosLbn 1 marauding thar ih1 siorie Bull hid ii tlitlieouc i look WHS Tar ho 4 1 t wis r Gn Hiooke C 1 t IT 1 Cl 1 ucd Kvrtbiu qnit in viUni j ty it my cummaiul Jsot a alarm AT j yistirday iHoniiiiw Iu the dispuchej to above Sit 4inI3tii represUtei iis talking wry Liltle Wouml Submits A special from Pi ie nuounces that the war i over A e it Lutle the last of the rec ic ac comp usie I by his chin lieuuijaits YiHoxv Hair Yellow Btr and Broken Arn OH me into the agency hist 1 OniO1 RtiTPP ilistr iiiCtfUion ot SI UIUL OLUItJ j th3 agent CHICAGO Xov MUes IVHS seen last night with ivtVrenoo to the dispatches PtatiiiL that a battle hui oecanixl Itetiveeu i the Iuited Statej and nyrtliern ASB BRAIN TREATMENT j ingthUreponetl ciHirliot saiil the r7 tT rsTiV al and iu thv absence of ollicial infortua n tiou I ainiiot inclined to beUeveihe TeleiTRjiiis from St 1au wiy that army Ti theiv have not heard of the 5sht aBd General Mellens oC the oujuarnceaissueaoaJreiMuaeKsidiiiTby pacttic says Lhe whole story is B y Keefclics druygis tole Logajitport false without the shadow of douvt Hundred in ZMaKilicucidy Talks FiXEKiwiK AGKNCV S D Xov irini for war in the presence of apparently peaceably disposed Indians are still in Yesterday two bat teries of mounted howitzers from Fort Kinney were planted on a hill which com mands n fine sweep of country There are now about troops in camp here This is the biggest assemblage of regulars iu an Indian campaign Hinco 1S7T Troops are still un their way here and to tiie con tiguous country A 3Im the Sioux Dr V T formerly agent here and tiie best posted man on Sioux character in America is at the nyeney now Asked what he thought about the situution the doctor predicted an after clap in the shape of au investigation that would determine the responsibility for the scare He indulged in some severe strict ures ou the Indian bureaus policy The prtscjjt lrmiMi arose first the dis cipline it the agency hud been relaxed weouil because the Indians not prop erly fed and purtly because the Messiah wis a excuse for a demonKtra hinn in interest of righting the many under whicii the Indian lubois A Good for Little Wound Concerning little Wound of whom so much been said Dr Magilicuddy said he uus ijerftctly honest and trustworthy During the Witting Bull war he was one of Jiiu Crooks scouts and was always con sidered faithful and reliable Big Road was a tighting man with Sitting Bull but since then has abandoned the warpath nnd is as good an Indian as lives now thisu mini have said about their suffering from hunger can be depended ou Sitting Bull is mainly responsible for the war talk thnt hns been going on This old sinner has still a great iufluenca amonig liis uwu people and has spent all his energy in stir ring up strife A Cattle Killing Scene One of the sights at the agency when the beef is distributed is the Indians killing cattle The beasts are driven out into the prairie the redskins hunt them pretty much as they would bulTalo The fusil lade is verry Ihily until all are killed Then the squaws set upon them with knives They dabble their hands in the blood and have the hides off before the flesh of the animals has stopped quiver ing The livers kidneys aud tongues are eaten raw and the entrails devoured with relish The feeders are besmeared with blood and as they return to camp with the Ixef on their saddles and over their should ers hey are indeed a gory lot BUFFALO BILL ON A MISSION HxIndlan Arrlvei at Bis marck N D BisMAiiCK X D Xov Dill arrived yesterday aftevnoon accompanied by his old pard Frank Powell known as and K H Haslam knoivn is Iouy Bob who once rode 105 miles in eight hours and ten minutes Special conveyances with relays were en gaged to take the trio to Standing It nek Agency llufFtilo Bill Itas a commission from Jen Miles which is believed to be the most important of any issued since Sitting Bull surrender to Sec Sitting Hull The party will go direct to Sitting Bulls cvn the CJivtiul river Sitting Bull did not come in on Saturday regular ration slay but sent word to Agent McLnughiin iTTat his child was sick Itis believed that IltiMtilo Hill is sent out to got at the bot tom of the Messiah craze with Iiuost un limited authority to act i liutTalo IHlls lirst visit to tins secticii since the SHORT COMMONS FOR INDIANS Gen Brookes Opinion of the TVfi Feed Our Wmxls PIKE RIDGE AOESCV Xov day Gen Brooke asked what rations the Indians were getting He was told that the rut ion was ten pounds of bacou three pounds uf beans 150 pounds of beef one pound of baking powsr four pounds of coilee tiiry pounds of flour two pounds of salt two pounds of soap seven pounds of for 100 Indians per day far two weeks yiit Enough Sitid tlia General little too little euiirely too lit Ue exclaimed the general with much emphasis Who of us dont know that the juople cannot live on that I dont whether they are Indians or what are People cauc bi satisfied con tetued or anything else if they doat have etiugh to eatand the governmeui should be tindiujr it out pretty siou Kverythinjr Sliurt Kxcept Soap For oue thiny said Agent Hjyer they dont get all the btef tiirtta cooiiog to them A beef weighing 111X pounvls when it gets here shrinks to 700 pounds before it gets to the Indians aud the Ia dious are the losers But it is no the bef alone tbafc is shurt resumed the general Ic is about every thing else except soap and tbere ftoeuii to be plenty of that ICilivd by His 12TeiirOhl Sun MT CAUMKL Pa Nov Green Kidue TuesIay night Joseph Ford an e tuipeT oianloyed in a colliery quarrelert with his wife and finally struck her Fords 12y arold son thereupon seized a s icm a ml discharged its contents into j iis i others neck ioflicting a fatal wound Prottstlnt Agixlust irce Tnide LoNnoy Xov Vicuna dispatch sjiys that a strong protest has been pre seiited signed by all the manufacturers in textile fabrics glass iron niid paper against free trade with Germany which J the manufacturers c im would be utterly ruinous Germany laving already sup planted Austrian trade iu Greece Rouma nia and Servia FEESH ME PAliKS A Gotham Bioker Who Jumped at Conclusions MAKES A PRETTY OOSTLY MISTAKE Two Jljndred UoJJars for Telling a Man He AVos a Iigs Head to Have lleeo i His Own A Cool War Vtsteran Snaps Up Two Insulting ISets and Is Now Looking for His Insulter to Collect His Cash NEW YoUE Xov Berry bond clerk in the entry division of the custom house one leg of wood He was a passenger Monday afrernooa oa a Greea and Gates avenue car in Brooklyn Two ladies entered the car and H gentle man who was silting in the corner next to Mr Berry arosu to offer them his seat Mr Borry saw tliat by moving into the corner tin ladies would be enabled to sit wiih each other Therefore he moved The gentleman who hnd arisen went over to Mr Berry and said iu a whisper that could have been heard on the next block You are a hog Excuse me sail Mr Berry but did I understand you I think you did replied the gentle man I said yon wvre a hog Two Huts Quickly AtrcfptoU Let me explain said Mr Berry I iiin a viMuran the war I lost leg at Gettysburg and am unable to stand oth erwise I wuuld have got up and offered my teat to the Indies moved into the place you had vacUid iu order that the iHfUes might have together You lost your leg in ji threshing ma chine Ill bet yon MOD on that You were not old enough to fight in the war I will take that bet said Mr Berry Let me have your card and I will bring you evjfencu that I fought jo the war and lost mv leg at Gettysburg as I have Brlld The gentleman drew forth n card which be handed to Mr Berry It read Robert H Parks grain broker No 457 Produce Ill bet you another said Broker Purh that you do cot show up with your evidence Ill take tliatbt tor said Mr Berry Now Come Forward Mr Parks Tuesday in Tiling Mr Berry went to the Produce Exchange accompanied by Deputy Collector Henry D Stunwood of the entry division who is a nephew of James Or Blame aud by custom house brokers H 3f Downing nnd J J Roouey They Imd with them for the purpose of increasing tha bets if Mr Parks dusiired They could find no trace of Mr Parks bnt on going to tbe ofiice of the superintendent discovered a notice there from him that another broker would transact his business for the next five days The slory got around the floor oC tbe exchange and some of the members gave to Mr Berrys partycards of ad mission good for one wtelc in order that they might keep a lookout for Mr Parks U ouo of tiie bMtknown brokers oa tbe exchange Mr Berry bis papers show enlisted August 14 1804 ami vras di clmrgtd nn July 10 1804 ou account iE his disability He served in Company C Seventyfirst New York volunteers THAT ALLEGED CHARLEY ROSS Inspector Is Now fim itiug on the Trail NEW YOKK Nov 127 Byrnes saiil ypPterdny about the alleged finding of Charley that three or four montha his attention callul to tlie case and he endeavored to yet informa tion relative tu it but thosu interested kep all sources ot in form a inn closed presumably to obtain the reward offered by the boys her Hcutly the insjiector a person was brought to me by v man in the department who told Rubaantially tho anvj story The in spctior then bey an a thorough investiga tion of the easy and admitted that at the present lime one of his mjn is in Boston trying to unravel thf mystery there it alleye 1 that the boy is now con fined m one of the prisons at ihat place The YoungMan Is linrglar BOSTON Nov McChristy who is ijelievud by some persons to be the missing Charley and who lins becn in street jail awaiting trial for was release 1 yesterday after noon ou ft800 bail furnished by two well known newspaper innn Detective Sor goano Ad urns oC IV ew York bein herta day or two inquiring into the cate left for Vork yesterday The where abouts of MeCiirNty are not maile known Rosa reached Boston last night and says that young McChristy is not his boy Strikers Arrostetl for Conspiracy DANVILLE 111 Nov result of the recent strike on the Chicago aud Eastern Illinois road an oflicer arrived hen from Chicago yesterday and ar rcsted John T Piasneck and DenaU Mc Cunly two mem5 ers of the conference committee of the strikers J O Stokely the other member uov under arrest at Chicago It is thy intention ot the rail road company to prosecute thorn under tbe conspiracy act A POLITICAL PRELATE Bishop lnntrcvin of Kimouski Quebec tiottlng Himself Disliked QUEBEC Nov entire Roman Catholic diocose of Kioiouski is in revolfe against its episcopal head BUhop vin a brother of Sir Hector Langevin Dominion minister of public works The bishop is au extreruely bitter political partisan tie some years ago caused a Deum to be sung in the chnrchea of his diocese in celebration of his brothers parliamentary candidature there and also issued a mandament in his sup port Appetilied to the Cardinal Premier Alercier whose politics the bishop heartily detested xvas lately elected in part of the diocese and ever siuce the bishop has been engaged in wreaking npon the priests whose people voted for Mercier or whose political sympathy was with him Msr Guay the famous missionary to the RsSstiuoucVie Indians has been dismissed and so other priests in the diocese more have been changed ro less im portant parishes Some hare refused to go at the bishops command and hare appealed to Cardinal Taschereau Fight Against Rlas Mgr Bias who was recently made 8uf frasran bishop has not yet installed Bihop pre renting the cere mony from taking place He prohibited the bells from being rung on his arrival at Riiraiousti and the parishioners from present in tr him with an address Tbe fnitv us well KEI the clergy are in revolt against the biitnp who will djabtlessbe piiled npon to resitrn as those with whom he is now at war are allpowerful with the cardinal aa well as the Vatican COLLAPSE OF A GRAND STAND Accident at a IVnt Hall Peo XEW YORK Nov new open stand in park Brooklyn was crowded with nun women and young girls yesterday to witnes the YidePrincv ton foot ball IT atch tin whole north end gave way with a terrific crash and roar carrying the rest of the stand with it instantly and with a noise that pounded like thunder The cries of the men and the shriieks of tbe womtn were wholly drowned by the and the other spec tators sprang to tiioir feet with shouts of fear and horror the wreck still the crowd rushed in to rescue those im prisoned under tle rafters and for over a half hour the unfortunates were being lift ed out and carried away itnie Killed but Many Hurt Xo one was killed which was nothing more than miraculous but any number of women arid younu girls were carried out fainting The worst hurt were as follows J S G Dunning Princeton foot broken at the instep John of Yale injured in tern ally Stephen P Spear ol Yale arm broken Curley Princeton 04 injuries serious Mr Leonard of Xew York city leg broken McKean of Princeton leg badly broken Emery D Remington leg broken George A AVylie Xormandie hotel thigh broken James McGilune Brooklyn internal injuries F S Keeler Columbia 91 wrist broken About Fifty Altogether Bui two women were hurt one of whom liad her oot crushed The lowest estimate puts the number of those who are hurt at fifty This dues not take account of those who were merely bruised but in cludes those who had limbs broken and who vers wounded internally The acci dent stopped the Viornblowin ami cheers for thiewijuarters of an hour but the foot ball game was called at 2 p m and the crowd recovered its spirits INDIANA AFFAIRS Decision of the State Foot Ball Championship PENNSYLVANIA FARMERS They Orjjiuilse nn Alliance juid Stute Their PrimijilfH Xov 3 oclock yesterday morning the state Fanners Alli ance adjourned after electing the follow ing oMicers President Henry G Suavely of Lebanon county vice president Curtis S Claik of Crawford county lecturer J S Potty of In liana secretary Harry C Dem m hig of Dauphin county treasurer Hay of Somerset county business agent K IF Warner of Somerset county also an executive com mittee and a committee on summer en campment The Pint form Adopted Tle resolutions demand a revision of the tax laws in the interest of equality and free coinage of silver deelaru against all kinds of trusts and combines and against the holding of large tracts oJ land by for eign owners favor a secret ballot and a constitutional convention to secure the same demand equal and exact justice to all the election of Luited States senators by direct vote of t he people and favor co ope ration J with industrial classes to secure needed reforms NOT BORN TO BE HANGED A of Trimmers in Ohio Respited in the of Time OourVTius O Nov Thursday afternoon Governor Campbell respited Henry Popp anr Isaac Smith who wevti sou ten cud to be hiniged in the penitentiary annex hist night Punp was respited onoi before when he within three hours oi the time of his execution He admits his guilt hut extenuating circumstance which surround his crime will probably secure for him commutation to life im prisonment Smiths lUmunikle Case Smith has now been respited seven times HU conviction was secured upon circum stantial evdence and hjls always pro tested lils innocence It is now claimed that evidence lias been discovered which will establish his innocence and fix the criixie upon iirctber man KilliMl His irl by Archielit FOIIT SMITH Ark Xov A Harris a man came in Wednesday from the Cherokee Nation surrendered to the United States authorities and was committed to jail on a charge of murtler ingagirl named Use He claims that he and the young woman attended a dance nnd that lie was escorting her home On the way they at down on a Ing to rest when npistol he had in the waistband of his trousers fell out and was discharged the ball entering the young ladys side killing her instantly Htivy Loss of Human Life LONIHJN Nov 28 Accounts received at Vienna of the disasters incident to the storms in Bohemia and Bavaria show that twenty persons are known to have per ished from cold nnd starvation in the Sfmle valley alone Terrific gales are rag ing on the northwest coast of Norway Fortysix fishermen have been drowned by the wrecking of their vessels Anybody Klse Xov OBrien said to a reporter yesterday morniug The Irisli members in this country will in the Burnet houti here toiuuirow I have no answer from my cabkuram toKngland as yet I can say but little until after our meeting to morrow but I di not think Paruell will Determined to Iliiiiniii in Office Nov 2sThs Press Association states that Parnell considers himself most unfairly treated by some of his colleagues who practically owe their positions to him nnd he alo feels in regard to Gladstones attitude He is more de termined tlian ever to remain in office Hoys Ktllftl on the Riiil GiFNS X V Xov Frank Oatman and Cliff Bentley I and 11 years old respectively were struck and killed by n train on the Delaware and Hudson Branch railroad tiiar Sandy Hili dav Want To 7UIndependent LONDON Nov of the Parnell ite members of parliament declare that they would bo clad to see tho alliance with tbe Liberal hvnktm so that lap Irish party conhl become independent Kairftr Hilly Go LONDON Xov rlrnjror William of Germany went in Wednesday to ahoor OR the jf Cuiut Tchirisky and Count Iicss A New Opera by Venli E Xov 2S Venli n composing an tinJilirctto written liy Boito tiie atlventcres of Fal r i i The VAe May TiVASHiNGT x CITY Xov I1 oiowing are ihe weather for ihlrtyii boors iroiu S p myesitriiay For Fair sliglitlv warmer wethe For Michigan an Wi ctmtiii rtir sligfctlj i waraier weather rly wintla For Indl j and Fair s weath er winds bcomi5 BUTLER BEATS THE PUEDUE BOYS A Disastrous Students Seriously Capture of a Counterfeiter V Thiuiksfjivinff for Oiuer T Case of Infanticide at tho a IVidower lloosier Xews Items IsDiANArOLIs Xov The final cham pioiisiiip football game of the lucliana col lejrt series for teM was played here Thure clay between the Butler aud Purdue uni versity teams in the presence of 5000 spectators The teams and their positions were as follows Purdue Pos tions Butler MooreLeft en1THal tiumyLelt Miller tulseisuaLett auariKuliert Hal TMalla yua dJ vlus LittleKUhttakieT M Hall eu4UfDavidson Houbhatuy iiilcr Culluui Lackey Hisht haltbackJohn Nichols OldL ft hilt backCharles liakur Studebakor IjaeKHay UMei kur Wins the First Ilalt Purdue had been coached by Clinton Hare Yule 1SJST aud Uutier Ly K Crawioitl Yale captain of the Chi cago University eleven Butler had the kick off but lost the ball ami Herkless of Purdue recover it on its muff of but lers fall back carried it over the line for it touchdown which failed to goal Five minutes Inter Hougham xot tbnniuh liut lers rush line and scored a second touch down from which Studebaker kick a goal tile lirst half ending with the score 10 to n in favor of Jurdue A favor ot llutler In the second half Purdue kicked oil but the ball was at once forced back to Lackey who mulleil it but Davidson Butlers right end picked it up and with a cleat field betoro him scored Butlers lirst touch down from which Meeker kicked a goal The second kickoil by Purdue lost the bail to Butler aud by a run around the eud aud good dodging Baker scored a second touchdown for Butler and Meeker agaiu kicked a goal making the score to IU in favor of Butler Wound With a Disaster After the game the Butler boys hired a tallyho and started out to celebrate their victory While driving on Illinois street sudden turn was made to escape an elec tric car and the tallyho turned over with its load of thirty or more studeilts Ho bert H ill 1 seriously injured about lhe head George Lingenfelder siillered internal injuries which may result fatally Theo dore Layman had a leg broken and Kd ward Brags right shoulder was dislocated CAPTURE OF A COUNTERFEITER The Xutoriuus Jeuse lltmchius Neatly Gobbled OAKLAND CITY Ind Xov Houchins a member of the notorious Huuchitis gang of counterfeiters ami des peradoes and for months past a fugitive ilrom justice was captured by Luited States Treasury Agent Cox and a possu near this Thursday morning The posse left at 2 oclock aud drove swiftly to home The house was sur rounded and the officers waited for some stir inside At 5 oclock Mrs jlouchijis stepped out ou the porch and as she reen tered the door Ollicers Cox and Robertson leaped iu after her while officers guarded tile back door Houehms was asleep aud awoke with a start when he heard the com mand to throw up his hands 1lie Was Complete His grown sou ant1 souiniaw who were in iuiother bod in the same room w ealso covered wit a revolvers The paiti iviw taken completely by surprise and surren dered without offering any resistance Houchius hius already served a term of seven years in the penitentiary for countel feiting and has sworn never ro serve an other Jrle denied any knowledge of recent counterfeiting but after much pressure from the oilicers led them to a place where they found an electric battery used for put ting silver plating ou counterfeit coin Xo other suspicious apparatus was discovered and Jesse declared that his brother Co lumbus had used the battery and uot him self THE INJUSTICE OF JUSTICE An Innocent 3Ian Convicted of A Happy iNPIANAiiius Xov Omer T liailey who has been in the southern prison since 1871 ate his Thanksgiving dinner a free man Governor Hovey having pardoned him Wednesday There is little doubt in tile mind of the executive that is an innocent man and the pardon is given un der this conviction Bailey lived in Dear born county and one day while under the influence of liquor he and McDonald Clark took a buggy ride together On the way they met Thomas Harrison Clarks futherinlaw with whom Clark was not friendly Clark Was the Guilty One Clark left the buggy and followiu Harrison a short distance killed him Both were arrested and Chirk was sen tenced to be hanged but got a newtrial aud was sentenced to imprisonment for life and shortly after Bailey was smiilany sentenced Clark has always contended that Bailey had no hand in the murder and wrote to Governor Hovey protesting against the continued punishment of au innocent man His statement made such a strong impression on the executive that Baileys pardon resulted Charged with Infanticide INDIANAPOLIS Xov young men went to the Little hotei six weeks ago and engaged a room for their sister saying her husband had just died The next day the sister came giving her name as Mrs Minnie Jones Oct a child was born lo Mrs Jones and later the three disap peared Tuesday night the remains of the infant were found in Fall and now the officers are looking for the guilty trio Tcrre Haute Will Pay That mil HAUTE Ind Terre Haute city authorities Uave decided to pay Walter et al of Indianapolis on the basis of for each 1000 in habitants in the settlement of the case against the city for the use of the Bragg firealarm device The suit against tbe city waa test case in which it was de cided that fh3 plaintiffs had ground for damages Took A drantagre of the 3fan AyiiERSoy tnd Nov Perkins ville this county Tuesday night William f Hill a widower aged 60 was publicly flogged with buggy whips In the hands oi Miss Flora Farres and Bessie Dyer Faroes father held him while the girls ad ministered the flogging Hill had e 1 in lavishing his affections on the young lauies and dogging their footsteps Adams Express company wi tort lottery tickets hereafter SALE 25 DOZEN ens Genuine Foster Kid Gloves Worth and 08 OTS S ale 3 Days JSATURDAY MONDAY TUESDAY The Hatter Furnisher MAKE IT A POINT To Call at A And see the Largest Stock of DIAMONDS WATCHES CLOCKS SILVERWARE SPECTACLES i NOVELTIES 1 hat was ever brought to Logansport To be sold very low All Goods markod without ra cost 41O Broadway Do Your Pilots Bag at the Knee Of course they do and naturally you would like to overcome it Then Streeters 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 vjr Tailor Sole agent for Logansport CHICAGO ElSTATEl HAVE A SUBDIVISION OK YOUR OWN BUY AGI2BS One Acre Lot Comprising O of the Ordinary 25x115 Lots OVIV flilO KACH UV VKK t EASV TKUStS Thlak of It 10 Lots Worth for by the flcre 25 foot I its in tilt SulullvisiniinilJDlnlnir this imipiriv soM ntautMlon this inonlli at cacli or FCio U anI f 7oO per acre LJ IJ vV L L J Tho natural crowth of Clii cnaroiii H year or two iloulik1 oir value Uiiyinic thwo IWTOS ami ImMinir tbi iu U iho w v the wwilthy urn lirt MKII nl cl IIMJJO irm t licitmom Ituylnj llicsi HCIXB will TOU rich n tho sumo way faoilHis lor thf pr iprrtv Honsos irtiiiiir ui in iho liniiivilhito iitiKhlcrbood IanC value nipWIy AlAKE MONKV IS Tu lVVKST V CJIJCAOO HE L ESTATE WILLIAM A MER1GOLD Co sflliW SALtE ST ItL rrrr i HORRIBLf MaRDER IN ARKANSAS Fire 111 tinliarti of Kliilcr at Hiclmnmd liiirned a liivift stullinu ami eijllit ntliiT IKHSOS to ilcath IDS insutunx si Hiveil piail ponclitsliiivi ljcnstulin inn the last seven wciks Ijotxviin Hich raond and on the Jrim Hap icls and Indiana railway Henry Jones of Kusciaville the father ol tile celebrated Jones twins while out hunt inn received a uunshot wound in tbe bow els which resulted fatally The strikers at Brazil have declared the strike off without gaining Iheir point Tiie grand jury of Tipton county ad journed Wediiesdny after returning forty two indictments Joseph Lindis three miles east of Mont pclier lost his 3yearold child by iti clothes catching fire while its mother went into the yard for a load of wood Evidence before the coroner regarding tne killiiiR of James Terrell at Huron Saturday last proved that the crime was premeditated murder alid that Gene Felt ner is the murderer A valuable sandstone quarry has been discovered on the farm of Mrs Paulina Ransdell near Columbus j Will Hopkins while hunting near Sum mitville was accidentally shot m the by George Morris and blinded in both eyes Foot Hall itmiH CHICAGO Xov A game of foot ball was played in this city yesterday letween the Cornell team and a local team made up of you UK The proceeds were devoted to charity anil the attendance was Cornell At Brooklyn X VJ Yale and Princeton locked horns befort i spectators Vale to 0 i as also played itt whertj the Kvanton lijs tii team beat j the Univjrily boy Cluljbcl OIHccr CHICVM Xov Van 1raa rep iHsentativeele from t iie 1recond state sen atorial district into a quarrel with a police olfijer and seerely ciublxd and lauitd tiie police station for a time ir bur it seeing that the oiiicer vas iti re a roriian in Van Pra1salooii liter inter fered and this on the trvubh LONDON Xov Ufrlin correspondents say that there iconsiderable distress among the pati Cits who have flocked to that city in tiie hope of Ijeintr treated by Dr new method Most of these un fortunates are very poor and many o them have spent their last penny in this desperate attempt to secure a renewed lease of life ThB Vlntliiin Kjeit Out an l III trppir Ilp Cut Off KoitT SMITH Ark Nov just in from the Choctaw country report a mo t atrociiut and murder near Wliiieliald A white man name was and a searching p irty tracked his horye with others to the bank of the Cnnidian river ihe water in the vicinity was I m I no remiini found Next day a ski Tniin o i the river fournl tinbjily in a dr ft Siagjs hail been shot xeveral tinns boih his eyes gouged out aud his upper lip was cu1 oJT A Murdfroim Xoculfty Til had tied a roje through the Lnttonho is of his cot 10 which a stoni attarlied N arrests have 3et jeeii made Htaggs had Uen Pjcttd of stealing liogs and it is supposed that this lei to his murder In the ranifl locality a white man named Webb wan foun I dead ilia field his skull having been crushed wiih some blunt inatru meni Ciunflelinait GetM A IalCjM CHICAGO Xov JuHg Gresham yestirday cuorning issued a writ of na bas corpus to Charier Couriselman the board of trade man and will hear argu ments in the matter tomorrovr Tbe de cision of the question raise3 when made by the national supreme court wilt the fate of the interstate commerce bill If Judge Blodgett is sustained the law valid and effective if not it is a dead let I ter because without power to compel answers to questions such as Counsel i refused to reply to no one can be convicted of discrimination in rates j i Tiie Union Jaclflc KyorEanlirJ BfjSTON Xov 27 At the meeiiag of stockholders of the Union Pacific Railway company yesterday tho resignation of CharUs Francis Adams John P Spauid jing Jtmes A Rumrill and tamuel Cart Jr n re accepted and JHJ Gouhl sell Sage H B Hyde and A K Orr were j elected directors and took seats at the J ioard Sidney Diiloo already a director j vas president tina LOND x Xov Chu se govern i tnent bs cottsenud to the erection of a telegraph line connecting Peking and the Siberian towo of KlachteX Wintry Weather at SABAXAC LAKE Y The thermometer registered five alove zero at the signal station heio yesterday morning This is the coldest weather so far this fall The lower Siranac lake is frozen up and all the ponds and lakes are covered with ice In the mountains twc niches of snow covers the ground Novelty In the Soiclide Line NEW OPLEAXS Xov Ullen ML Me Cabe years old hanged himself yester day morning to a willow tree with a Krape vine PoiTLASD Ore Xov yester day morning destroyed the Northern Pacific hotel and of the Oregon Pottery company Loss Folly insured POWDER Absolutely Pure Acrram ftarirr CzkinE powder TIVrt of all n leavening S ment Beport Aur171888   

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