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   Logansport Pharos (Newspaper) - December 3, 1890, Logansport, Indiana                                LOGANSPOET DAILY PHAROS iOTH YEAH WEDNESDAY EVENING DECEMBER 3 1890 NO Ittu JOHN GRA1TS CORNER AGAIN ON CLOAKS All Now Goods No Advance on Prices Larg Stock to Select from Splendid Light to Soe them Garments as No Como FURNITURE LOWEST OUP Designs None init UK Wnrkinansljip AinWfil I our Salesroom idera Sons Is tillod an Entire New block of Miscellaneous Books Pictures Dulls Easels Albums Etc I3os 3rcio of Ooods in town iuote the Lowest Pricos y 11 can got tuid I will beat tiiom easily The stock at the PEARL ST STORE Wiii ho Out Regard loss nt cost SCHOOL Material 12th3t Drue Store w Cotrtoaa i COMPOUND I i if Cotton Root Tansy and ii recent discovery by an KUCieSgfUUu UStd Vrioe by mftl 1 t a Mlir drurjjlst for CooXa i i und and Uku no substitute for sealed particulars Ad ON iiv COMPANY No FUher f dwarcl ftve Tetrolt Mich 1 in by It Fisher Diusgist will boor tobacco at II has fiOsupe rior and NO u al at ice it is worth itercs atuTbleas in OLD HONESTY THE 801LTLLLEK8 Alliance National Convention at Ocata Florida NEW POLITICAL POECE AT HAND Alliahcis rcjirespnt uncil and that Lhis owcreil and author legklat ive commit Cut u Figure In the KUtrtluiiN of 1H03 tht National Ircililirfit HIM PormiihUioti uf Huh A Move n Altnorli Iho OCA LA iJtr National armors Alliance and mluHtnal Union net At noon yctirilay was almost I lull iitfMnlanrv The prorvrdinirs were opiiifl by r hticfidininf ivsithnl Folks iiiniiLl Tii iddiii fltftt till AlliillKf 01 ilS iiiMe lie meeting ami thin iwievva lnciiisis if nral dcjinssicm The president that this is in anomaly to tinstudent nf industrial jmjjrrtfMtt KftroiTfSMou in A nnriran HJ he said inians nafinnal dit ay and ptnvirful and promising is this Sianf rtjjiiblic yet itpmvcr and tinurh not im of tin AriKri an fanner Tin alarm incident to CITI ralUntion of the money power arid up building of rimiiopolii tlitU pointud ml ami both politica parlies cun for forrini tuul this KookliiK After legislation The president linked that additional or lie sent at once in Oregon Wash ington Ohio New York Itrsey Arizona and other stiitcs Amuni his noomniimiatinii wa one that an inrion be to he known MS tiie na tional legislature composed the natinn al jnesident and tin1 presidents of all state their duties to look after IfLribit ive reform dematidid by tiie A1U iiirfs in state legislation and tpon urtSH deprecated sect ion a 1 ism and jlosed with an elotjuei t appeal for nation il harmony Imvfi4 of Mir Ncv In his Ieeoinmendarion upoti t hi pro posed national leirNlal ive cinincil Presi rliit Hoik said would respect fully that couiifi lie I of yiDir ir iml president luill be ex oiicio ciia rmtn and the pres idents fif all the si ed in the supreme body be v to appoint su as in its judgment may bo wise and that it be required f I ransmilto each of the statesin printed form through 1 ho na tional secrutary for diM rihiuion to reform press aiid niembirship of the order all measinvs or bills together with uryumcnN in their favor that they may decide should beenacted info laws In relation to tlu p ii Seal action of the Alliance Ilvsident iolk said that while the order is political t cannot be part isiin or sectional in its act ion In support of this declaration t hv president pninttnl to the record of the Alliance in the recent popular election and particularly to t he noble iiml patriotic bcarinic of tlie brother hood in Kansas and South farolimi Jn regard to tho record of the Alliance during the past year and espcially with reference to the legislation demanded by it oik de clared that coiiLcriss had persistently itf norwl all of t heir propositions notably in the cast1 of tjie measure known as the sub treasury bill he said must come nonrer to or they will nearer to congress Futiue ItiUey and Jn outlining tlie future policy of the Al liaiHo he said that it will demand the res toration of silver to all the rights and qualities of tendT which yold pos sesses t he issu alien of govern men f cur rency direct to tho people of taxes prohibition of alien ownership of land ownership and control of transpor tation lines by tho limit ot public revenues to the economic adminis tration of the Lcovernment xraduatcd tax ation of incomes and tho election of tnited States senators by H direct vote of tho people Treilirts Victory in JLHJi President Kouls of the South Dakota Alliance also delivered an address iti which he predicted victory for tho Al liance at the ballot box m ISirj This sen Li men t was cheered to theecho by the delegates All the speakers predicted the gene ml prevalence within a short time of the ideas embodied in the Alliance plat form adopted at St iVmis the Illoutly When the regular speeches con cluded the ctiuventiiMi itself into II sort of love feast tlurin which C A Power a Lnion soldier from Indiana moved that all ex soldiers in the hull who indoived the sentiments expressed in the speeches with reference to the burial of rise up to be counted lie twee ti forty and fifty men stood up amid the wildest enthusiasm Smivebody sug gested that three cheers be for tlie exCVuteikiHles in the Alliance and they vroro jiveu with a will Then the Confed erates present took tluir inninLrs and cheered the soldiers to the echo The cheers ended with a wild oWfash ionei rebel veil The conveation then for tiie day The Question of a New Tarty Mi Tillman of the statistic Ian of the Alliance said last imdit that the question ot forming a iHiiirical party which would put n presiilentia ticket in the field in would pivbably eoine up for diseussion at this but he ire diets that the question will be disposed of by referring it to the diiVerent state Alli ftnces for individual action The tirst bus iness session nt the Alliance was held last niidit ihe was secret as will be all tboe that follow Kiirhty eiicht dele iCites In addilion to tiie tUVuitis thtiv are ten or twelve oucsons enlitlnl to vote which brings the numer ical strength of the body up t A on tlie Vutt1 The annral neei iiii if tlie national Colored Kurnur Alliance began here to day The embraces twenty two states ami has a inembtrship of up wrtrds uf lvfUXt lifty present The chief purpve of the organi sation is division of tiie negroes whieh contemplates the ot much of their voting strenizt v the Dem ocrats Killd by KUvtrU Car Miun Dec 3year oiil of W J Kahn essittorney cva by boy had aii i j IS old on a Truta PAIUS Dec bold roMiery was par 1 petrated oil the railway between Monaco i and Toulon yesterday A French lady the Mnrquise ei while I in part men t with it her piiij was suddenly attacked j piaioned and robbed by them of a large i amount of money A VOTE AGAINST PARNELL Beaten on One Point Hut Still Uumdng the 31 eotinflj Loyjjov Dec meeting of Na tionalUts yesterday was a repetition of thorfe that prccedwl it Kecriminutlou was the order and Parnell from tlie clmir took hand in it all He tried to get an ad journment su that tho memhers could at tend parliament aud iiuht the land pur I chase bill but wax defeated and tho talk went on until 11 p m At this time a votu waw taken rjfi Nolans motion adjourn the tneet 1 ing to Dublin and itwas to I W Jarnell himself as more than satisfied with the vote He retains I the chair and runs tilings to suit himseJf i permitting no obstruction aud refusing i o recognize any one lie pleases a fact that j i morning paper commends to the speaker HruritiK the The most significant occurrence of the lay was the meeting of the National I league at Dublin The proceedings were but the result was the adoption of i resolution calling on the people of Ire I land to come to the support nf Parnell 1he vote was unanimous This body his charge of all the League machinery and is i powerful element in the fight Besides the above the League brandies Ballyitriders have telegraphed Finlucane that lie must choose between tlie alterna tive of resigning his seat in parliament or support tiK Parnell Tht board of guardians at Abbuyleix Queens county trive deciiled to stand by Paruell and at ktr1 ico mack and Charleville Cork 2Minty the league branches hava passed rusul ut ions endorsing tlie position as sumed by Parnell Some Oitthlflu Opiniim Tliu antiParnelIites arealnostaggeredby the tact that the more experienced leaders on both sides of the house seem to have no confidence in their success Harcourt on the OIK hand and Halfour on the othir have both privately expressed the opinion that Parnell will ultimately tri umph that lie will carry the people with him and efface all serious opposition in the ranks An Crfcoiit Call for Harrington CnirACO Dec yesterday morning received u cablegram from John Kedmond and Mr 0Kelly reading as fol lows If you want to save Parnell and the iish parliamentary party come here at mec Mr Harrington is in a state of as to what he ought to do He said to a reporter 1 have not yet decided what shall do I will not return home at once will remain with luy colleagues here to xe if we cannot go ahead and finish the great work we have in hand I shall uot decide today what course 1 shall take Late last night the Irish delegates de cided to continue their collection of funds and in pursuance of this policy three of them will start anew on tlie tour OCon nor going to Duluth and Gill and Sullivan to St Louis OBrien and Dillon will re nifiiti here for a few duys to watch devel opments Harrington the only friend of PariieH is undecided Indorsement from Auurioa A telegram from Lincoln Neb says that the local branch of the Irish League have adopted resolutions declaring in favof of find cabled him to that eMVct IToaly Will the LONDON Dec one of the Irish membeiH of parliament believes Healy is the coming leader of the Irish party whoever maybe nominally at the front VarneH out of the way siitl Kilbrkle Monday wherever is will be tiie head of the table Tlie credit of engineering the revolt against Parnell is given to llcaly and without his vigor of assertion it is questionable whether any one could have found bold enough to challenge the leader Politirs Mukes LoXfJOX Dec was a matter of comment Monday that while the Conser vative MPs treated Parnell with the us ual courtesy the Liberals pretended not to sue him filiidstiitiu Will Go Home LONDON Dee retires to Uawanlen on the Kith and will remain at home until parliament reopen in the third week of January HEAVY FAILURE IN WISCONSIN Hank of Commerce Superior Closes Its Uonrti WKST Dec Bank of Commerce one of the oldest banks in the city closed its doors yester day morning and announced its inability to meet present obligations Stringency of the money market was assigned as the cause of the suspension hut the actual cause was the failure ot Bell Kysters bank of Duluth a week ago The Bank of Commerce had a capital of U0fXXwas i heavy depositoryand carried over a week ago but depositors have been steadily checking out for several davs and yesterday the total liabilities of the bank were the assets being Throe Men Instantly Killed Pa Dec Taylor and Louis KKhondes were instantly killed at Saterville on the Baltimore1 aud Ohio railroad at I oclock yesterday morn ing and Stough Booth fatherin law of lihoades was perhaps fatally injured by the j Newton coal train The men were miners and were returning home from Sa when the freight train ran them j Sneti Kxamiiied by Doctors Xtw Vouu Dee the faster was examined by doctors last evening to discover whether his mind was affected It was found that he was flighty and de lirious and that the causes were confine ment impure air and want of food Succi declares however that he wi3 perform the task that he has undertaken I Correcting an Omission WASHINGTON CITY Dec in t rod need in the senate yesterday a bill to provide for the payment of drawbacks or rvbates in slocks ot manufactured tobacco held by manufacturers Jan 1 ISiU It is the same as the provision omitted from the Mi Kinley bill by the clerks who en grossed it Horn Without a Sijpi riyca DUBUQUE la Dec ami Mrs Ernest Bohu Uvioig on a farm near this city Siave a 4year old son who was born without eyes and whose forehead extends down to his cheeks w ithout eyelids or in dentation where the eyes should be The boy is bright and enjoys good health Kuiiw i Xrw HAVEX Conn Dec elec tion here yesterday was Vry close Joseph H Sargent Democrat was elected mayor bv votes The Democratic town ticket was elected The Republiciins also lose in matter of couucilmen and aldermen but not euoiigh to prevent their havimr a equal voice in the niakeup of the dill en nt boiirds Kxpreis company will i port lottery tickets DAKINCJ liOBBEKY Thieves Do Their Work in Broad Daylight CHICAGO TEE SCEKS OP THE DEED HE IGNORED THE CHOR A ar Snubs tlie list at j NEW YOKU Dec special from Poughieepsie X Y to The Herald says i Tincongregation of Kedding Methodist i church of this city luus been j thrown into confusion Ijy the resignation of the entire choir composed of thirteen j ladies and gentlemen They charged the pastor with insulting and lai mil Sating j them On Sunday the pastor asked the i congregation to start a hymn whieh the j rJiojr was ready to sing Then one i ff the lady mtiilors of t Inchoir came in late and a mnle member to her and offered her a sent the pastor turned around and told all the members they were a part of the service and if they could not stop whispering their assistance would be dispensed with Only a Fatuity Mutter The whole congregation notued the said one of the choir After the meeting one of our lady singers asked the pastor if it would uot have been better for him to have quietly spoken to them of the matter and he replied Youre troubled j with a big mouth or words to that efj feet Hev Mr declined to I make any statement except to say JThe choir was never hired It was only an appendage It is a fimily matter and I though police were hot on their the newspapers publishing it will make a MRDElMYlLLOUT The Mabbett Boys in a Close Corner MDTNIE JONES B11TRATS THE GRIME Ami thy AlKrton 1aeking Company the Hold lluactils Walk luto the OHUe Fuxteii lite loor tfolil Up tiie Clislifer Outlier in About SiCOO ami it Silrlv an ttVllKxfriitHt View Viliaiiiy per A daylight robbery which for coo daring has few parallels was committed by three masked men in the stock yards ollicc of theS SV Allerton Pack ing cuinpajiy between Ji atid 4 oclock The trio inarclied into the oliice with drawn revolvers emp tied the contents of half a score of paper boxes rilled with envelopes containing the wagen of the employes in tobags pried open the interior compartment of tlie big safe and after appropriating everything of value it contained beat a hasty retreat and made their escape They were off be fore a hand could be lifted against them an trail within live minutes after their des perate exploit they are still at large Not H Very ISItf Maul The Allerton company lost just by the raid while J W Osier tbe young cashier of the packing house 130 in money and valuables worth about That the robbery was carefully planned by men who were fully acquainted with tlie methods of the packing company the successful execution of the crime proves The company pays its employes every mistake The members of the choir say they will never return unless Mr vfcjr apologizes DIED OF AN ILLUSION A TVonndcil Mini Thinks He Is Hleedmg Death and Expires HARTFORD Conn Due Dun bam a prominent Kensington man died Monday from the effects of aci accident which happened to him while working at his occupation as a butcher Mr Dunham dossing a ho and as he was draw Treasurer lulm D Hubertson to prepare 1 inS tbc body toward him a knife which lay the pay envelopes down town and then unnoticed upon the bench was thrust ml them to Che packing house in charge mto groin cutting an art Dr Gillin of Berlin was sent of liis 17yearold son Gordon Robertson The Tliiuves AVcre on Trail Yesterday Mr Kobertsou had an ap pointment with President Green of the Hercules Iron works to visit the packing hnuse and instead of sending his son with the money he carried it to the stock yards himself AVith Mr Green he hoarded one of Swift COH busses at the railway station and they rode together to Packers avenue a broad thoroughfare that leads directly TO the Allcrton house Mr Rob ertson noticed a number of strange faces in the bus and also noticed that one or two of the other passengers were eyeing the sachel containing the pay envelopes which he carried in his hand but he gave thematliT no thought at thetime Chose Their Time Well Kb delivered the money to J X Osier I hi1 2ashieraad lie proceeded to put it in pa per boxes in proper order It has always Itieti the custom for somebody to stay in the olUce with the cashier on pay day but for the first time in twenty was left alone with the money While Osier was debating with himself as to the advisability of sending for a man the three robbers stalked into the oflice one wore a black mask from the borders of which long artificial whis kers dandled The leader placed the muz of a sixshootxi against Osiers head and warned him to keep quiet The sec ond man thrust a revolver ngaint a win dow mid compelled it teamsttr in the em ploy of the Fowlers whose face was glued lisa ins t the glass to remain where he was Xo Time for Hesitation The third coolly placed a thick hickory club cadi end of which was armed with n sharp iron beadagainst the door in such a manner ns to prevent anybody from the outside entering the ofiice Then he prang behind the desk opened the yawn ing mouth of a bag and hastily dumped the contents of the paper botes into it When all the boxes were emptied Osiers guard ordered him to open the door of the safe The young man hesi tated a moment but the threatening click of t he revolver at his head drove away his scruples ILtj opened the main door and one of the robbers did the rest by prying out the inner compartment with a jimmy Escape of the UohberH In ic they found AIM in cash belonging to Osier 630 belonging to employes and about worth of Osiers property Dumping it all into the bag they opened Hie door sprang out into the si reet and started on a dead run for a buggy a few rods away There were twenty teamsters and roustabouts in the streets but as the robbers kept their revolvers moving from side to side nobody tried to intercept their flight Climbing the buggy they lashed the horse into a gallop and started south on Packers avenue at a dead run That was the last seen of them ery Dr uillin of lierlm was for and when he arrived it was found that surgical aid wns necessary and Drs ly man and Ciiniings of Xew Britain were summoned The How of blood was checked the wound was dressed and the patient left in u comfortable condition The Shook Fatal During the night Mr Dunham awoke and tiJinking he was bleeding again sent for Dr Gillin but when the doctor ar rived llr Dunham htd passed a This led the doctor to believe that another ar tery had been cut so aii examination was held yesterday afternoon and as no trace of arterial blood was found upon the bandage it was certain that the man had not bled to death and the only theory given is that R3 the patient was very weak from loss of blood the sudden thought thivD lie was bleeding to death caused a shock which stopped the pulsations of the heart or in other words the man was frightened to A Caseof IiifaiUivido The Whole Horrid story Mur tlusvilU reach ir Resigns tnder a iti a riiurli Mirariiiou Kru po trout Deulh of WHI iMHANAliillsDer t Minute Jones the mother of the child fuund murdeivd in creek was brought here from ar county Tuesday She admittetl that her name was Minnie Mabbetr and iliat she ww the sisrerof the two mtn who under arrest for the murder but denied all knowledge of the crime Tuesday evening however she before the cor oner and made a complete confession Be ing sworn by the oflicer she said It will come out anyhow ami I might as well tell all I know I told the boys that I didnt want to take the child home and Mont said that he thought lie could arrange to dispose of it This conversation was at Tlie Murder of tlif The next night Oris came to the hotel and we left to go the place where we were to meet Mont We found him with a buggy on a street north of the hotel We ris and I got in with him and he drove ait across a river to a road near a creek WhileOris held the child in the buggy Mont wrapped the blouse waist about it nd took something out of the dont know what it went away with the child Then Grin and I went down the road a short distance and then we turned and went back Mont WHS there and got in the buggy tht tlio Ikmay have had tlie rubber boot but I didnt notice it Tie did not have the ihild with him when he came back to the buggy Oris remained at the depot with IK until oclock Xo one told me the ihild wan dead but I knew it was dead1 The confession produced H sensation iinong the crowd in the coroners oOice The news was at once taken to the boys in tail and when they heard their sister was here und had confessed they turned pale uul trembled violently I loth refused to say anything upon the subject REV VEST HAS RESIGNED PROCEEDINGS IN CONGRESS The Goes to Work on the Force Trim CITY Dec busi ness was done in either house of congress yesterday but the senates action was im portant By a strict party vote the fed eral elections bill was taken up and read unfinished business being laid aside so as to complete the reading A few minor measures were passed and a resolution adopted asking the war office what steps have been taken toward disarming the In dinns The house took up the copyright bill de feated all dilatory motions and ordered the previous question on the bill Wheeler of Alabama managed to gee in 1 speech ntrninst the McKinley bill while discussing the copyright measure Williams of Illin ois introduced a silver free coinage bill and Frank of Missouri a bill creating a customs commission Help for Western Fanners WASHINGTON CITY Dec a result of a number of letters on the subject re ceived by Manderson Ingalls and others In gall introduced yesterday a joint reso lution to appropriate a sum of money not i named to purchase seed to be distributed among the citizens of Kansas and Nebras ka suiiemiir from the recent drought DROVVNED IN A FLORIDA LAKE Four Fersoiis One of Them n Woman Lose Tlitir Lives JACKSONVILLE lla Dec the capsizing of a sail boat on Lake Tohope taliga near Kissime on Saturday four oerscns were drowned They were Mrs E K Turner George HerbertFrank I Greene Hid Mr Case all of Xew Haven Conn The party clung to the capsized boat for tomes time when Greene and Case at tempted to swim ashore but have not been heard from since Mr E lines one of the party supported Mrs Turner until she drowned by the waves wrshing over the boat He then re moved his clothintr and swam ashore which he reached in an exhausted condi ion Hu reached Kissime Sunday and a steamer was sent out to search for the bod es The wife and baby of Mr Greene and he father mother and sister of Mr Case are at Kissime Great of Salvationists CHICAGO Dec is filled with members of the Salvation army from Illinois Indiana Iowa Nebraska Michi gan Kansas Wisconsin Missouri and Montana who arc here to attend the western interstate congress which will be held here for four days commencing hist evening Among those present are Com missioner Booth and A torchlight procession was the feature last evening Appeal for UIght to Boycott SACUAMENTU Oil Dec members of the Sacrameuto Typographical union and the Council of Federated Trades who were interested in the boycott of The Evening Bee have appealed from the decision of Judge Armstrong which declared the boy cott illegal and issued a restraining order against the boycotters n Old MlrhigatKlcr Bead iH Mich Dec Pore ter died after a short illness aged 77 at his residence in this city yesterday morn ing He came to this country with an ox team in IHoti was elected supervisor sever al times and was the last Democratic sher iff this county ever had that being thirty ix years ago Iire in a Cleveland Suburb CLEVELAND Ohio Dec business part of a suburb of Cleveland was wiped out by fire yesterday morn ing The postoilice and Odd Fellows hall tvere among tlie buildings destroyed Loss Origin unknown His Lordship Is Well Ffeetl IjOXDOX Dec is reported that the will of the late Lady Kosebyrry daughter of J3aron Meyer Rothschild leave a raag Difictcnt provision for Lord Rosebeny in addition to the which he re ceived as dowry A Gift to Cornell ITHACA X V Dec ivas publicly announced here yesterday that the late D H Fayerweathcr the millionaire leather merchant of Xew York city left by his viil the um of to Cornell tmi verslry He Spat Brunos Statue LONDOX Dec priest was assaulted at Home for spitting at the statue of Giordano Bruno The popes receiptsof me rroposetl Kill CITY Dec copy right bill now before the house provides Peters pence from Ireland shnv a marked that foreigners may take American copyj falling off tliis year right on the same basis as American cn j zensin three cases First when the na An Indiana Man Appftsiad 1 tioii of the foreicner permits copvriizLt to u WASHINGTON CiTYDoc aTbe president American on substantially the has appointed John C Robinson In same basis as its own second when the nation of the foreigner L iv s o r American citizens copyright privile es t ThVStTir similar to thase provided in this bill third COSCOPP X H Dec house ju i when the nation of the foreigner is a pa t y committee yesterday to an international agreement ag for reciprocity in copyright by the of ivhich agreement the United States can He Developed u Fomlness for Oscillatory Pructlces MARTIKSVILLE In4t Dec Mary Ilubbard is the daughter of County Treas urer Hubbard und she was engaged to le married to JamesSedgwick the Tues lay evening previous to the lay set for the ceremony alie went to practice music at Hev K B Vests and while in a room alouc with the reverend gentleman he chucked her under the chin and kissed her Then as they passed out of the door he gently put his arm around her and kissed ier again She at once informed her father who ordered the divine to get out of town The church board met Monday night lieard his statement and accepted Vests resignation Figrht Over a Church RICHMOND Ind Dec Eugene H Biiudy of Henry county to whom a chantri of venue was taken in the now celebrated Inited Brethren church trial ast June rentlered his opinion Monday ivhen tlie radicals filed their answer to the complaint of tlie liberals who sought to dispossess them of the Sugar Grove church Judge liunclys finding is for the liberals The case grows out of the new church constitution admitting members of secret societies to fellowship in the church This ins resulted in like suits being instituted n various parts of the country Had a Mighty Close Call OXD IndDec a young man named William Hoban who says that he is a machinist looking for work and thai his father is a prosperous shoe dealer nt Noble street Chicago had n mirac ulous escape from death while attempting to jump on a freight train at the railroad bridge lie missed his footing and pulled on the bridge while he held to the ladder on the car lie could not let he fall eighty feet to the river so he held on n mi WHS draggtd clear across the bridge 300 feet lohtr lie was painfully though not permanently hurt down the pump into seven feet oljwnter He was found there three hours afterward In his pocket was a note directing his funeral lie was 70 years old iuuiaiia iu 10 mine showing as Muneie win CJani Walker of Xew Washington was bitten by a pet squirrel She may die from blood poison Opinion at fche War Department WASHINGTON CITY Dec 3 The war de partment received several dispatches yes terday and late last about the Indian situation These advices are to the effect that a cumber of Indians from the Chey enne river agency started for the Piiie Hid ire ugcucy Some liOO ludiani have left the kosubud agency and started for the Bad Lands The sir nation as a whole is not quite favorable is i aas last week but on the contrary troops have been mased at the most dangerous points and are in sufficient isiimbers to j outbreak that may occur diaiiaa special agent to make anallotment of Uinds in siveralty to the Indiians ormslv to recommend that the become a party thereto at its pleasure The typography of all copyrighted works must of tbe be clone in this countrv a I iacncii rvrennan was sliol and killed in Chicago Monday night by Mrs Rose Mar j tell The woman claims thathe had i broken into her house and was trying to rob her twentvtwo members twelve iJemocrats and ten Republicans be stricken Tlie Wcatliei Aiainst PisiiKE S D DJO 3 were re jcivwl yesterday from Cap V B Mc Giiwan of Fort Sully arid Lieut D A McCarthy of Fort Bennett stating that the Indian frontier so far as their author j ity extends is jerfectly safe The cold weather and snow have driven the Indians i in from the ghost dance They adrlse all 1 settlers to procure good rifles and plenty of ammunition this winter because the danger of an outbreak in tne spring is great DEWENTER The Hatter and Furnisher Do Iftor Pants Baf at the Knee Of course they do and naturally you would like to overcome it Then Staters 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 Tr Merchant O Tailor Sole agent for Logansport Special Prices l6ihs Granulatei Sngur CUD Oriisliy Co C rn oil cin Brouiscni Ci can Sltwbcrrie ill can McGiHlhs Puais jib CUT MtUUiTIl 1 quarl best AYrigln Caltup 10 10 20 TOBACCO Totmrro Tobacco lit Spear Head lib Glory lib Hiawatha 1 Plujf McGimy lib Our Lender Smokiim lib Clover Hill Smoking Tohacro lib Hippie Smoking Tobacco These Prices are jmod December 3nl and 4 We have i full stork of evcrythini in 1 you goods JO c as p 22 c No gotmcr would no loiit be pie FITZGERALD4FOLEY The Grocers P S No Mail Ord is Filled J Tailor for Infants and ChPdren CastorlA is TO wdl adapted to children fbi I cures fVMc recommend it superior to an jpiixTipuori I Soir FyimacL Iarrh known to me JJ I D 111 So Oxllord St Brooklyn N T Without tcjuriotu CKNTATR COJTPAJTT TT Murraj jr lai ot iyinpi Trancr Herbette French am bavlor to Gvrmany oil behalf of Dr Koch has handtd to M Kibut French minister of foreign atTairs a phial of the Koch lymph Plans have twen adopted for a bridge be tween yew York city and Jersey City which la to cost The Ue May Kxpeit WASHINGTON CITY The folowin are the inui ntons for thirtysix hour fran S p m For JnJiana easterly winds slightly warmer weather For Wisconsin and JH infisHnov easterly ml warmer weather For variable wioOs slightly warmer weitiif THE MARKETS Chicago i CHIPAGO LVc 2 Koard of trade quotations today were follows Dot em be ojwneJ Kic closer January o enel closed May oiHnel 10 closeii 50c January oMnd ifay openel closed 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