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   Logansport Pharos (Newspaper) - December 4, 1890, Logansport, Indiana                                LOGANSPOBT DAILY PHAROS 16TH YEAR THURSDAY EVENING DECEMBER 4 189K NO IU7 AO MX ON CLOAKS All New Goods No Advance on Prices Larqi Stock to Soiect from Splendid Light to See thorn GarrTionis as RooresentevJ No Muibuy Como FURidTURE THK LOWEST Our Designs uiir iilesroom j IV lloiiteon J BOUGH OX OBRIEN He and His Colleagues Hear from Ireland PEE MESSAGES AEE YEEY EOBU8T Ami UUUHK 11 of the AmerUuu Miuitfouto of till Envoy Where It Was Least Ex LnklnduHt Cut us to Opponuntts Ht London a View of Hpeuks ClHCAtiK Dfo American tour of the mtnilKrs of thii Irish piirlialuLntary Iclejmtioa been abandoned Dis TALKING UP A COMPROMISE The Adjourn to Hear from Gladstone Again LOKDOS Dec Nationalist con fereiice was in brief sewioa yesterday moruing Clancy offered a compromise and an adjournment was taken to see if it could Ijtj adopted Tho compromise in volves tho temporary retirement from the leadership oL1 the Irish party PavaelL Such retirement is however to be subject to tho extraction from Gladstone of car tain conditions In connection with the promised home rule suftemo in the uveucof a Liberal victory in the next general elec tiuu Tha Nationalists hope uro raised that EI urumimoufl harmonious and satisfactory settlement will be the outcome Uhemlft Furnell Confident Iu Liberal circles hopea aro not shared and tho attitude of those at the Xtt TALK BEGUN IAa Important fiiy inter ast is manifest IY of the house and particularly by members in thtt appointment of a chiiiriiian of the com mittee on coinage and measures to isitcceed Conger of lovrn who resigned to I become minister to Uruitil YTickhum of MEASTJEE TO DIE OF OBATQBY j Ohio is the senior menibLr of Eke commlt teei but his views on the silver question do j coincide with thuae of Speaker f tho lemucruU Can Work It That Way j of MaasacUuacLtb U the next meui Rod in riokle for tho Worlds Fair beir in point of teiuoruy uad he supports Turpie Opens on the National Election Bill TEE INDIANA WIEE Fortune for a Woman Deserted in Infancy SPLT1 OPEN WHILE 8AWIHG WOOD I patches were st nit lat niiiht cancellinis tront f the opposition to Paruell in that I r i i c party is still une of unyielding uud reso their eriKaKMKnts at InHanapoh bt to drfvu thaf gentleman Louis City and oilier points 31lt of the polilics of the PiineB ixpresHcil liimsilf Last niylit us coiiliiUiit itfud UiJl OXuimnr when n i boon iirrn Ion Vlirien Ilitrriujftoti and left tofluy for Xcvv York tml to tlits present mtfnuume tiu two former will sail nn Siiturilay for Puris unit tlnr rington and OVoiinur toKtUur with Gill and hitter rcnth Now York in Liverpool The day was fruitful of surprises to OBHon Last flight hi talked lik a man while Dillon his was tramping un ami down Uit Front endeavoring to WDO tho crisp cnUinjj northerly bhtsfc to recall his scfUUivd senses OIIH Blow Kolimvri Another Die first blow curmyesterday morning In tlie cnbU dispntrh stating that the city council of Dublin had indorsed Iarnell and his course by an overwhelming TIIV jority fkifore tin invoyw had time io retaininti liis supremacy in tlie Irish party The feolintf among Lis adherents that hhs is stronger thim at any stnge of the dispute especially jy reason if the assurances of HIipport received from Aincrica Nnvs from Tlpperary IOXDON I3cc Tipperary comes word that a number of tenants have seized the opportunity of the deiuoralixation of the home rule cause to make their peace with SmithBarry and arc about to occupy their deserted farms The recent trial I brought out that a considerable number of the tenants had hesitated in joining the plan of campaign and giving up their property in which many of them hail in vested much money one tenant for iu paying a ground reut of a year and his father the speaker in opposition to free coiauge It is the opinion of members of the coinugo coiinmitteo that Speaker Heed will select thia chairman from outside of the ccin iuittee Senate aiul House In Brief CITY Dw i Iu the scn att yesterday Voorhees Dawea and Pierce had u lively debate on the Indian question over a joint resolution to issue to the status of Xurth and South Dakota and Nebraska The election bill was taken up ami Turpie made a long speech against it In the house the international copyright bill dibared and I3y to yii A that he would hili nirtke any person Hctiny in it fiduci ary capatMty respoasibl1 fur the pension mjiiey uf minors was debated without final action V morion to refer it to committee s to 101 Is fillod with nn Entire New biock of Miscellaneous Books Pictures Dulls Easels Albums File Best Oracle of Goods in town Quote tho Lowest Pricosy u can got and I will boat thorn uasily Tho Stock at the PEARL ST STORE ho Closed Out Regard less of cost Material for estate which he tinfull import of this decision an had iiioprovud at an expense of New other was bnmght in This was Tipperury is said to be almost deserted by to tlie cflVfl that the central council of tlie National in Ireland hid unanim ously decided toby stand the leader and to repudiate the Chicago manifesto This was a veritable bombshell in the camp While the three were still debating the effect their mission of the news another eitWe wtH hindfd to OJJriin lie glanced at tae contents threw thu message upon the and with the remark I have i no dcrobt now us to how Ireland feels1 buried ibis face in his hands IilMt IVuH a Stunner This is litIKK read Cork Young Jrehuid to n man stands by Par nell to the dffith tnrk stands by him Ire land by whom he stood whtm her friends were few by him when his com leave him The of this communication was f hat it tMiue from the very organization uj which William OBrien himself is prtsilent an organism tion composed of of brightest and most patriotic younu bj Parriflls con business while the boycotted shopkeepers of old town are regaining trade Tho Others Dont Count LONDON Dec speaking at Waterfoot Lancashire last night said that while the moral outburst against Par tion nffirmedoii one side and denied on the nell for violation of the seventh command ment was creditable tie regretted that Irish Great au Afteotlon for Of HUnoU Iu troducieft a Silver the City ol Interest CITV Dec After a short bnt lively debate ou the Indian ques tion hi which Vuorhees charged that the In dians were boing starved into hostilities Daivots denied the statement and Pierce said thitt tlie red man seemed to more hungry as well us more noble tbe further people tfot away from him the HCimte yesterday took up tho federal election bill and Dawes waived his right to open lu debate say in content himself with aiisweriui whatever objections the other side should urge against tlie measure Turpie hereupon opened the discussion in opposition The substitute measure he said rested for its support on what was tailed the suppressed colored Republican vote in the south The returns from tlie election showed an alwtinonc from voting much greater iti Massachu setts and other northern states than elsewhere There had been a sup pression a supprusnion patent well sentative to a federal office during the ses know undeniably and widely prevalent fsion andl am frank enough to add that the faithful ness to the party and the administration remaining in their seats adjourns Tho Copyright Bill WASHINGTON CITY Dec the de bate in the house yesterday on the copy riyht bill Springer Peters of Kansas and Kerr of Iowa were among the most deter WASHixirrtrN CITY Dec There wore fiftytwo Republican members of the house absent on Monday who would have been ueeessary to make up a quorum if one had been necessary Apropos of this fact president said to a Republican member 1 shall not appoint any Republican repre Senator Moth or Burned to Death Ravages of Diphtheria at Conviction iu the BleviiidMeurer Murder lu savit Veteran His Own Fuaural State Items j TERRK HAITE Ind Dec Bufungton who lives here has recently received letters from the Sisters of Hy of Cincinnati conveying information that her relatives in Cincinnati are looking for her and tliut she hits fallen heir to n lurge sum of money left by n relative who died a few weeks ago The woman has turned her rase over to a lawyer and will i leave this week to cltiim her fortune j has a curious history She does not rej member her parents niul w totally nn with her childhood tst recollections date back to the time when she was n more child and an inmate of A reform school in Cincinnati Her Only Slplit of Her Mother At that time a strange woman culled at the reform school and caressing her ten derly left an old which she was told to carefully preserve as it would serve ber well in the future The photo WA3 tiksa care of by the matron and after a time entirely escaped the memory of Miss BuflRngton When 10 years old a DEWENTER The Hatter and Furnislier T T I n In V n n 1 1 v v i Ift I A T K V Kfl ff 41 t P VV 1 U 111 iUiilO U llJt wouWshoNV that those who expect appointment at the olose ealle1 at the reform states of Pennsylvania Ohio and Illinois of the session must prove their there were about colored people ye in tljose states IHJ colored man served as governor or been elected to any department of thestategovernment There had been not only no proportional division of tho had been none at all Declare Kill Unctnistitutioiml The suppression of the colored vote in the south was a thing manifestly in ques f Of course they do and naturally you would like to overcome it Then Sensible Trousers Stretcher The only article of the kind that a tailor recommend as doing the work thorough the girls called into the reception room and took her to Indianapolis whence she ly WltllOUt injUFing the garment j later came here Miss Bufflngton now be Merchant Tailor mined in opposition while its leading vocatcs were Breckinrklge of Kentucky other but tlie suppression of the colored voile i if the north was a thing without j Farquhar of TNew York McAdoo of Nev breaches of the sixth and eighth commandI absolute unconditional Jersey and Butterworth the latter saying ments hitherto had escaped condemnation j lie then proeeeded to make a constitutional j that when the time came that Ilealy and Sexton after supporting their argument against tlie power of congress to j no money value we should Uader had now turned find rent him The puss a law regulating the election of reprei become n nation of chumps Laugh ptitueijcy it was t hit death kmll of the ncivisoH thnt tho Irish party stand by Glad Parneli opposition anil m time than it took afterwards to tell the stoiy the de cision to alujiidon the American tour was readied Are JTmgs iviih The envoys would give the best years of xh2ir lives to le a We to recall their man Lfcttto of Sunday night They are no longer in the light As Dillon said the Irifth yen pie having declared that shall iteruaiu their chief must not be in terfered with by any one Oh God iiol passiniiotrfy exclaimed Dillon whfn asked If a printed story that he contemplated Is suing anotter anUPaniell address was true lie ndded that Iio would deprecate any action on the part the members of Liberal leaders had refrained from taking sentatives in the lower house of congress any decided view of tho scandal until they j Not having this power itself it could not saw the effect of the expose upon the j delegate it to federal election boards religious community j Should this bill become a law the investor would find iu many places in the south nob dividends and income but chilled fur naces idle mills and smoking ruins At the conclusion of Turpies speech the senate at adjourned Try to Talk to It Deatli Immediately after the senate adjourned thi3 Democratic senators held a caucus to deckle upon a course of action in regard to the federal election bill The caucus was The I Huh World for Gladstone NEW YORK Dec 4 The Irish World Patrick Fords paper which had hitherto remained silent regarding the threatened disruption of the Irish parliamentary party devotes considerable space in this weeks edition to the matter in which it 12thSt Drue Store Woocls n IHU REMEDY Vi for VTH ot Vonthful foHr tlj land theexcuuei iho Irish party MOW oppose Parnell rhli Ono SI Sft by uial Write for lresi Thu Chemical Co 131 e Uo troit ilich SnUI in IrfMansprt by H Fisher S Vruich have jhe eiTVct of throwin j Ireland into more internal warfare OHrltiifl llfinarjc In rinuj my nrovttnentw will be altogetlier guided by a named I Andrews remarked OBrien f Andrews is fhe governor of Clonmel jajl Dillon smiled grimly but said nothing OBrien howevor is likely to he guided by the wishes of his wife and it is said that this lady is stivtiiiously opposed to his re turning and himself to serve the sentence recently imposed upon him with Dillon Tiie wvjbabtlkies juji that far a while at lonst the two parliamentari aus will in wiiere they can bo easily reached and conferred with by their colleagues Tho iur IjirneJJ Private cable dispatclits to the delegates last night conveyed the informadon that hundreds of Koujin CathoUc priests in Irwland have themselves on 1he of Parnell This the in fluence which it had been hoped tlv bishoiw would exercise iu behalf of the op position THE THUNDERsfoF ROME They Tpmi the II end tf the Jr LoxnoN Dec 4 has thundered against ParaeK unless tlu wisest pol iticians of nit I Britain are deceived the HODH Kule pirty must it once throw him overboard or Income sn hopelessly divided that success durtnu tho next tiftoeu or twen t y yen be 1111 uwsi I ile A t a moetiujx tle sr and ins conuuit tee of the and bish opof tho Honian iathulic church in Jrtltitd held at the residence of Archbishop in IluMiu to consider PRrtulis ri ntUhvss was adopted unanimously t fiiphatically aiid viiiarous Iv tin leailership of Paruell iuii vHclarin that his will in evitabiy result in defeat The address is sitfiud by four archbislops and eighteen bishops It has caused u profound sensa tion BRITISH POLITICAL SITUATION Is stone Mhoni it believes to le sincere in his effort to securts home rule for Ireland PariUllltuH Voto Balfour Dec governments Jr h land purchase bill passed its second reading in the house of commons last even ing by a vote of 2158 to 130 The followers of Parnell voted with the government DIABOLICAL BURGLARS cy Torturo n Tlctiiti to Make Him Up His Money VEVT ATHENS Ills Dec Todd farmer lives near this place in St Clair coins ty He is a bachelor about 00 yeara of age and lives alone on his farm He is supposed to keep a large sum of money about his house and has often been visited by burglars Monday night he was awakened by two masked menwho covered him with revolvers and demanded that he reveal the hiding place of his money Barbarous Trent men t Todd denied that he had any money in the house The burglars then placed a gng in his mouth and gave him an unmer ciful beating As lie still refused to re veal his treasure the robbers applied a lighted oandle to his feet and burned the flesh until Todd became unconscious from the agonizing pain When he recovered consciousness the robbers had gone He crawjed to the railway track were a sec tiou crow untied his hands and feet ConHHgration in an Ohio Town CIJILLICOTIJE Of Dec At midnight Tuesday word waa received thnt the vill age of Frankfort twelve miles west of here was in total conflagration This city responded sending by special train her engines accompanied by the fire de partment Yesterday morning the fire I payable upon the granting of ter Tlie vote on the passage ofthe bill was yeas KJJ nays Cx These Will Not Be Honored CITY Dec Car lisle lias received two drafts recently cashed in the City of Mexico drawn on him by a swindler representing himself as Uie senators son and calling himself John G Carlisle Jr The only John Or Carlisle Jr is the senators grandson Si years old Deficiency In the Print Shop WASHINGTON CITY Dec speaker laid before the house yesterday a letter wflJ attended awl the matter was fully discussed It was announced after tho from the secretary of the treasury trans caucus had adjourned that the Democratic niittiiig au estimate of the deficiency for senators would continue as at present and debate the bill fully and fairly and in this way try to dcfeit it This means thnt an effort will be made to prolong the debate with the object of defeating the bill ONE MORE SILVER BILL public printin in all lo SiJKVJ binding etc amounting WHS extinguished but twelve large blocks toll the extent of the loss Frankfort Koss county is a village of 500 inhabitants one bank and on the Pittsburg Fort Wtiyne and Chicago railroud Jjoi tho Benefit of the Race DANVILLK 111 Dec L Adams of Dectitur caused the arrest of Dr C Crawfordof thiscityyesterday for sending obscene medical circulars through the mails When arrested by the postoffice in for HU Additional Purchase of 13OOO000 Ounces WASHINGTON CITY Dec of Illinois introduced in the house yesterday a joint rcsoliition In provide for the pnr chuiic of silver bullion and to confine such purchases to the products of the United States The bill directs the secre tary of tlie treasury to purchase thirty clays after fliepassage of this resolution silver bullion to the abrogate amount of 13000000 ounces or so much thereof as may bo ofTered for sde at the market price not exeerdinu SI for 37125 grains of pure silver ind to pay for such silver in treasury notes The silver purchased under this art is to be in addition to tlie amount pmvImsiMl under the act of July iind all silver purchased hereafter be limited to silver bullion the product of minus of the United States or of ores or base bars smelted or refined in the United States A Building for Danville Ills The following were other bills intro duced iu the house By Cannon of Illinois appropriating 8100000 for a public build tiiL1 at DanvHle Ills A similar bill was introduced in the senate By Belknap of Michigan regulating the fees of agents or attorneys in case of increase oE pensions on account of the increase of the disability for which the pension had been allowed to the in Condition of Ur WAsmycTON CITY Dec 4 There hits been no change in Dr Baxters condition since Tuesday night He is still in u comatose state with no indications of re rninfconsciousness crease By Owen of Indiana to restrict immigration The provisions of the bill are made applicable to persons who are personally hostile to the principles of the constitution or to the forms of govern ment of tht United States as well as to other undesirable foreigners Lower Postage on Letters VirASniNGTOX CITY Dec in troduced a bill yesterday providing that and after July 1 1801 the rate of spector the doctor stirremlereda numherof postage on domestic and drop letters shall similar circulars The doctor admits that De cent for half ounce or loss and 1 cent he was violating the law but thinks he ought to be excused on account of the great benefit he was bestowing upon the human race each additional half ounce or thereof fraction GOING TO RAtSF THEIR HAIR The Worlds Fair Committee to Scalp the lds Na iuto the hands of Cue president of the American Exchange National bank is the receiver The Illinois Legislature SrRtNGFIELD Ills Dec Official lists of the members elected to the next legts lature jrive the following resiiUo Senate Republicans 2T Democrats House Republicans 73 Democrats Alliance 3 Total on joint Republicans 100 Democrats 101 Alliance 3 Wants a MLxeil Kelatloxiship Dec 4 It is stated in court HONES TY is tje very best plug and is putub intne very The Irish Home Uule IV noil anl the Tories LONDON iHc J The Liberal leaders will hold a nnvting shortly to determine upon a course of action At present they Rival sea and this dilemma is not likely to bo relieved by any change in the leader ship of tbe Irish party vs there is no such party to Uul iu the cohesive souse in which the term heretofore becu ap plifl The rule issue is considered out of the way am a strong feeling against any plan of land purchase for Ireland is developing itself Lnbouehoxv has all along been opposed to KugHsh credit for any such purpose aiding ten ants to become proprietors md he has many sympathizers both in ho Liberal and Conservative ranks The government however is determined to push the Und purehat1 scheme ami will be ailed by Paraell riul his supporters I A steam pipe bnrst in the basement ot thus entirely reversing the present sitim the Boston store Chicago Wednesday tiou in parliament TV Tories continue The store as usual was packed with peo to irfcat rarnell vrith ronsklenitioa and pie and someone cried Fire A pauie there is a marked nlaxation of the se ensued in which counters were overturned verely critical tone in which he has been women fainted and others had their cloth discussed by the press To ing half torn off in the mad rush in inquirer Lord states that sven if the home rule tjaction should be there could bo ro breach between A Ten Company in Trouble NEW YORK Dec their regular meeting auction sale of teas held at noon yesterday Richard M Montgomery Co 112 Front street announced that the firm was in course of liquidation owing to the late financial stringency and had been put The members n a receiver Georce S tec who visittiil Chicago are practically Fair Committee to tional Com mission WASUINCTOX CITY Dec As soon as Chairman Candlcr of the Worlds fair coMimittee returns from attendance at his daughters sick bed there will be some developments in YVorlds fair mat the house commit agreed upon a report and this report will likely re more the hair from the scalp oC tJiii national commission A Republican number of ffhe committee siM The resti UKniy we took in Chicago has all I written out and the uf our report is nearly It vrili be unauimou aiid purely nujipartisau Art MuUinjr the 3Foney Fly believe that the national commis sions methods have been the inter esis of tiie fair and wr sal so We THEY DID FOR A DASTARD nnl Put a Desperado Out ol tho AVuy Ky Dec evening George Burgess who is known as a desperate character when drunk visited Miss Alice McKinley at her home on Mill street conversation passed between them is not known but it ended by his shoot inr her and wounding her seriouslyif not fatally then lied to his house and barricaded tin entrances Upon be informed of the tragedy Sheriff Joe nud Deputy Marshall went to the house and demanded admittance AVell aisil Itravely Done refused to open the threatened to shoot the first man who should try to enter After some parley the uOicers burst in the door and were metby e fusillade from revolver They both returned fire and Burgees fell to the floor and died in a tuw minutes Miss MeKinlcys ncnvery is doubtful COULDNT DO IT AGAIN The Sioux Falls Plumber Cannot Open a Safe for Srovx FALISS DDcc time ago a young plumber named Sanders caused a sensation by going into the new court house in this city arid opening the safe claiming to do so by listening to the fall of the tumbler by placing his ear upon the door The safe company had just finished putting in seven large vaults and because the young plumber could open them the county commission ers refused to allow the bill of of the safe com pany appeared before the commissioners ant placed in their hands to be for feited if the plumber could repeat the feat nfter the combination Lrid been changed Sanders was sent for but failed to open a single vault temiiit Is Had for Succi NEW YCITK Deo yesterday j moruing weigmd 114 pounds losing 1 pounds since Tuesday He ascribes this abnormal decrease m weight to nervous excitement LHuei by reading statements in r lie newspapers that he s growing in sane liis inteiiding physicians say that his miml is as clour a it ever was Yes terday wi tie twentyeighth day of his fast A for Chicagos Show LONIMJN Dec General Webster in a spevLh Inst Dight said he iClievid Eriuii de i t I i iiv ex u iK ion lie i ikre ao resent vr j i I rivvn on account of the lieves the woman who left the picture which is still in the possession of the sif ters at Cincinnati was her mother The sisters lu their letter stated that an impor tant document had been found in the back of the old picture HORRIBLE ACCIDENTS Mangled ly A Mothers Terrible Fate EVAXSVILIE Ind Dec special to The Courier from Huntlngburg Ind says News just reached here of a fright ful accident that occurred at Ireland about eight miles from here While Thomas Hudson a young man was saw ing stove wood with a swinging saw the suv by some means struck him below the left shoulder ranging downward and in flicting a wound twelve or thirteen inches in length that may prove fatal A Frightful The saw severed five ribs and opened his abdominal cavity so that a portion of bis intestines and stomach as large as a mans head protruded The young man after being hurt walked a short distance hold ing his intestines in his hand when he be came faint and was assisted to the house by friends He is in a precarious condi tion Mrs Burned to Deatli DELPHC Ind Dec Mary Turpie mother of Senator David Turpie was burned to death near this place Wednes day She was arranging the fire in an old fashioned fireplace when her clothing wns ignited She was nearly 90 years of age THE BLEVINSMEURER FEUD Keetl Meurer Sent to tho Penitentiary for Two 1eurt VixcEXXKti Ind Dec the jury in the case of the state against Reed Meurer charged with manslaughter returned a verdict giving the defendant two years iu the state prison In a family fight between four of the Blevins brothers and four of the Meurer brothers on Sept 18 last Rufus Blevins was shot dead in stantly with a rifle in the hands of Meurer Cause of tho Fight Recalled The two families were neighbors but fell out over the right to cross a field and in front of the Meurer house on the date named they engaged in a fearful battle They usedslungshots neckyokes hatchets and axes on each otherrs heads and for several days after the light it was thought that two or three more would die from in juries inflicted Other prosecutions are in progress llphtherla ut Indianapolis ISDIASAPOLIS Dec fear that diphtheria would become epidemic in thij city has been realized and cases are being reported to the health oflice at the rate of fifteen a day Wednesday a total of nine tyfive had been reported within the past few days atid physicians report the dis ease as spreading to an alarming extent The danger is regarded as so imminent that the board of health held a special meeting Wednesday to devise means for preventing the further spread of the dis ease IVants a Copy of Our Klectlon Law IxuiAXAPOLIS Dec secretary of state has received a letter from E L Mer ritt a memberelect of the Illinois legisla ture in which the writer asks for a copy of the Australian election law and copies o the other laws relating to primar ies and general elections He says that he proposes to introduce a similar series in the Illinois legislature and asks the secre tary to suggest any amendments that ex perience at the late election demonstrated to be necessary to the law An Insane Veterans Death SEYMOUR Ind Dec C Brad ford aged 80 years a onearmed veteran soldier who has been partially demented for the past ten years arose early WednesI T Sole agent for Logansport WEDNBXDflYflNDTHURSDflY Special Prices Grnnulalcd Siignr 211 can Crosby Co Crn per can lilh cnn Bronnson Co Corn can McGrahs H rxwberries 2lb OHO McGraths Pears jib can Muflitril 1 quart best Wright Catsup TOUAO O llh Spear Ufafi TOiacco lib Olnry Tobacco lib Hiawatha Tnhmv 1 Plus McGinly lib Our Lcndr Smoking llh Clover Hill Smukini uro lib Hippie tMnokini Tolmno Those Prices nre iMod Dcemher 3rH md 4 h MIMKI have full slock jf evcryihinir in line ntui vmulJ you goods 10 10 Toharco 7U 1 4i 4i I I1I 1 1 FITZGERALDilFOLEY The Grocers P S Nn Mail Ord rs Kille J LxIEiNElMANN The Tailor oA icy caused by the deposition of liaror lierr James McNealy was caught under a caving bank at Jeffersonville Tuesday imd fatally hurt Uriah Howe ot a sawmill at Geneva was caught in the machinery Wednesday and killed Lafayette West an old citizen of Clovt r land fell from hay loft sustaining fatal injuries Mrs Dr Hncker of Shelbyville se riously burned in her home by in explosion of natural r children were also badly An unknown man commit UM suicide by taking poison at JOdinburg Tucvlriy Tho city council uf SjhelijyviU1 lias a itln rixed mayor to employ the force to of linuni1on S inday and after 11 oclock it iiijiit Tne millers of Indiana have association they siy however not m trust Nevertheless an attempt will tie made to fix a schedule of prices F W Meissner Jr of Ia Port a lead Ing business man and Misi Alice Cltjiricnt were married Monday at the home f the brides parents Abe Hough and wife of ille observed the fiftieth anniversary of their marriage last week by giving a big dii ner to their relatives Diphtheria In a very malignant fonn Is raging in bhoals Iron ton s MMI yearn imprisonment raisiny a uVii share Lake Shore wrliheiU1 to make it read seventy shares and for otttcff forgeries U H Rood and E W Maxwell rospor ively Kopublicin and AlliinreDtetiKrHle Candidates for the Kansas legislature from Marion county each bad votes they met at the state secreta rys ollice in TojMka and drew lota for ttte place Hood won Another vote for Iii galls MAKKH ABBREVIATED TELEGRAMS co cles here that the Duke dAostfi desires marry the Princess Letitia his cousin motherinlaw The arrival of Priuc Napoleon at the castle of itontcoliou i believed to be connected with this matrl mouial project cirbeilieve that the mission in llic inaUtr of xrr peuses is litrU short of a Why the comniissinu iis 1 peudituros that will tr or say ior the iiivy tVMthirils of ihc tiwi The salary roii ot riielrtui is simply Think Xuthiiijar of a Why a rnnruii sttn Iv aimoncrs very inadequate exit Nobody hurt the national commission who in earlier stagw of the fair organization was anx jfche Conservatives and UbernlVnionists ious toget any place at a month He tantil Irish Bsiies had been fidly and satis probably never had a greater income than torily dis of that i pir tiTy ijr he ivid fn that I ied uukr t in X of ex iwiayetr ir nearly appropra ini officials theso H Tobln it an old iirl and day went into an adjoining room and fired the house which speedily burned with all its contents His ageu and infirm wife whom he left sleeping soundly escape through the window with slightburns but Bradford perished in the flames and his body vnis entirely consumed Shirecnan Got Tired MABTrxsviLLE Ind Dec contest suit of Henry Shireman Democrat against R C Griffith Republican for possession of tbe clerks oflice was closed Wednesday Shireman requested his attorneys to with draw all papers connected the case In a fit of anger Wednesday Hugh Viefct killed his brother J A West nt UoLton Miss Thetreasury department Wednesday bought 3ilCKXf ounces of sjher atprices ranging from JlaHo to A reward of ffoOO is offered at Chicago for any news of Benjamin H Campbell who disappeared from that city week The states prison of Wisconsin if t n Striy Away rrotii VJrupuay Ioxix Dtf 4 report from the Brit ish coriul uneral in Vruguay warns Brit A VerSatlfuctory Chnge Lsh emigrants against settlinc in that counj SHELBVVIITE Ind Dec Mad try whether they are laborers wellknown manufacturer of In istVir as they cannot compete dianajwlis has purchased the distillery with the ItViiiij and Basques in the matpUnt at this place and will immediately ter of low and mUeraUli living onveii it into a chair factory It is to be For The May CITY Doc 4 The following indi ations1 for thirtysii fr p For Upper nortlierly windsj Lovrer Ligbt trIy v inds coder weather am winner losoutbtir y For Indi iiiier northwester j Lhe most cztcnsive business in the city small to hold all the of the and it has been decided to ask the legisla ture for another The seventeenth annual meeting ol the Iowa Finc Stock Breeders opened at Oskaloosa Wednesday witfi iiOO I members present Hon Isaac M Jordan one of the best known lawyers in Cincinnati fell dovrn an elevator ishaft in that city Wednesday and was instantly killed Two firemen were killed and two injured during a fire in the iScot ten Tobacco works at Detroit The money ioss was George Sohied of Sit Ixmis shoe his wife through the head Wednesday atd then reieated the operation on hintstIf Both will die Domestic troubles A slick young man has been prising himself oil to Mexicans as the of tor Carlisle and making St pay Ilia gaiue has been A wedding recently took place at Fenns boro Ritchie county W Va in nrhich he groom was 90 years old the bride bl The bride and groom are lxth nale Chicago CRfAOO 3 Hoard of trade fjuntations to day were CA follows No i Ist ember closei 89Hc January o closed May openei No 2 openc1 5 c cloM4 anuary d cUtsftl 4 May opened December openwd clowd c ary o aneJ cloue 1 ISftc May 45J6c lvsl 4Me Lterember opCNfiA ana closed January openei clieed ilO80 May I 1176 li60 December opened V5TO clomwl K The Union Stocc yards report the fallowing tt opOtd active stead conimoa ani 5c lower mixe 1 U heavy packing and shlpplnjf pigs Produce Fancy wpfkrator per Ib dairidt 25c f re h packingstock 0 per doz Dre ftSTcperb spring coickeas 10 vlc Uj JOc bank illinoi t3i 08400 per bbl eating New York XKW VJFJ Dec No 2 rel wintr 104 De cember tl04 January flWW o mixed do Dfcembc 6 Outs Quiet No 2 lu do May Mfc RyeDdil BarleyNominal Pork Doll meae laratjuict January February Lirestck CattleMarket active and all grades advanced KJC V 1X S native 1 In Sbeep and th rfheep and Iamb sod HA J at A alLrLt from H lam 7 Ho steady OJ 1 o Krcah candled poultry roost n c pw ba ana anfi I Hit i1 Fair ly winds stationary According to a recent official return the A County Treannrer Short PFTERSBCBG Ind Dec Fer guson treasurer of Pike Bounty is shorl In his accounts iciae and has n dee of trust to the sheriff to secure heaity konlsimea Every one concedes the It is asserted now that Wanamaktr did urerB honesty and there is an not moitgage his home at that the trouble is due to the in tbt City for a loan and that the man who did jce was exSiecretary of the Xavy W bite ey of United States Senator Pugh I JTIU it a year without his evan askj Hochesteir X Y Hare failed tix times its circuniference at tbp whom Vranamaker purchased the Albert H Smith the junior partner of city council of BnmlhM the Kew York firm of ililLs Robesion leaul election for 6 to fill wn tenced Wednesday to Hooaier council i i sneciikl election fox at alt tvnrfnnr ment Heport UM   

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