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   Logansport Pharos (Newspaper) - December 8, 1890, Logansport, Indiana                                LOGANSPOBT DAILY PHABOS 16THYEAE MONDAY EVENING DECEMBER 8 1890 NO I IHW mAK o AGAIN ON CLOAKS Al Now Goods No Acivtinco on Prices Largo Stock to Select from Splendid Light to See them OirmonLs us RoorGsentecl No Hurnbut Como FURJvJTURE THK LOWES r MADE THEBBEAK The Irish Nationalist Confer ence Comes to an EInd Our Designs Nnne but the Bent Workmanship AHweil lu Leriviour Salesroom 1 JV Hdroo it Sons Book Store HKOADWAY Is filled an Entire New tttock of Miscellaneous Books Pictures Dulls Easels Albums Etc Best Grade of in town Quote the Lowest Pricos y u can Ret and I will boat thorn easily Tho Stoc at the PEARL ST STORE Will be Closocl Out Regard Joss of cost D AMIHKHKXTW ULASS OPERA WM IMJIVNV PHOPKlKTOfl ONK NUIHT INIiY TUESDAY DEC 9 PAMELLS OPPONENTS WITHDRAW the Uncrowned King Technical ly Master of the Situation Each Fac tion Holdtf a Meeting and AiinouneeH Foaltlcn Ireland Ablaze with Ex oitument Over the Itaue ami 1arnetl the An Appeal the Peo ple Antt1imicU Men Iack Money i LONUOJf Dec The united Irish par lUmoutary putty came to an end Saturday and unless something unexpected happens thoro will IHJ two partits in parliament advocating the Irish cause the members of which never as pass by Both parties an appealing to Ireland but so j far as heard from one is jtppealiug in vain Gladstone did it He sect Ms reply to the conference Saturday In effect it told the Iish members that while the G O M was as much a believer ill rule as he ever was and also in fnvor of the inde pendence of the Irish party he cuuld not state what IK would do until the question of leadership was willed lie closed his letter with the intimation that until his wishes regarding the leulership were com plied with further legotiutions vrere use less 1 tn a Crisfa The reading of thin letter brought mat ters to a head in the conference John OConnor and Abraham both ronu with motions OConnors proposition was that the meeting regretted that after changing their action iu order to meet Gladstones object tons that gentleman still refused to mgotiato OConnor said that Gladstones reply proved Parnells as sertion that it was impossible to get a di rect answer from the Liberal leader The autiIariiellites continued to demand that Abrahams motion be put but Parnell re fused to put it and 1 1 cully declared that he would put it himself The motion was cue calling on Parnell to retire An AiiKry Intereluingn Justin McCarhy rook Abrahams paper up to Parnell when the latter snatched it from McCarthys hand and some reports say it to pieces This started an angry discussion The climax of the wrangle was reached wlien Parnell tuunt iug his opixKiiMirs with what he termed their cowardly surrender to a vainglori ous and weakkneed old Knglishman cried angrily Who is master of Ireland Gladstone or myself Instantly Tim Ilcalys voice was heard above the chorus of angry protests shout ing You had belter ask who is mistress of Ireland The blood surged into Par nells face and lie shook his list threaten ingly at Ittaly as he retorted passionate ly Sir you are dirty blackguard to insult a lady in the presence of Irish gcn Tho KmiiKnt German Comedian supported by u run t1 trtt BROOM MAKER fir tho occasion The Of lliv SivSi U A STKOXV ATTRACTION Sale of at usual paceut Pupulur Prices D OIAVS OIEKA MOlSE WM IXMjAN ONF NICfIT FRIDAY DECEMBER 32 Iomedy Success i SOCIAL SI Inilerthe Man i t of D J Sprnjruo Tho funniest piny rver writ ton Keplete with gincinr lii i sptvinlttert wh eh awn es apvtlausc1 lulmmuKm and soulstirring hiusl1 ter Wnui n lor Lauphing Purposes Only Afcooipanud by tho FAMOUS BLACK HUSSAR BAND inly uniformcd and elegantly equiipod reiv in nn exquisite manner H enss ot nrisn never lutore J lik i Tho rtprestMHitivo travel ji r Uii t ut Vu riei uivUr the Inulersbip of K NJekersm OUR STAR ORCHESTRA Every A Saoist Every Soloist an Artiij tu KT tiij of Prof E Our Gru 11 in I ParAl takosi place from the Niruu i io iltKx Ooneort from ami 1rvin 7 u in tho evoniujf Scale of 35c Parquet 50c Circle TM fsn nt USE WARRANTED and llnr primes udilcd exhortations tu the people to obey the spirit of that document in their political action The people did act stem to take kindly to this clerical in terference in some cases and at Mitclieli town and Kilkenny the Nationalists met after service uud adopted resolutions sup porting Purnell In Armagh the priests propose to stump the country against Parnell it is believed however that on the whole the church will confine itself to moral suasion The excitement iifLondon political circles is intense Tho Appeal to the People The Parnellites it ix understood are nnxioutf to force an appeal to the country as soon as possible and claim that their antagonists are afruid to submit the iasua of their conduct to the people It is stated j on the alleged authority of Timothy Healy that the party headed by Justin McCarthy will continue to keep their seats without any resignations upholding the cause of home rule and waiting for time to bring about a sober and deliberate indorsement in the now excited constituencies A Matter of Brencl and Butter A large portion of the Irish members have been in receipt of stipends for their services in parliament and it is difficult to see how those disconnected from Parnell are to receive their salaries hereafter as the common fund is locked up by the im broglio One of the first tasks of the Mc Curtliyites will necessarily bo to devise some scheme oE raising a fund indepen dent l that heretofore relied upon for parliamentary expenses Parnell is in ample fund as since the division in the I party several American organizations have forwarded money directly to him instead I of to the treasurers formerly appointed DELEGATES LEAVE CHICAGO MATTERS THE GRANGERS AT OCALA ieir Them A Speech r u j OCAIA Fla Dec feature of Sat Secretary Windom Talks of Uillaya of the Farmara Alliance the Financial Situation was T V Powderlyf reception The I Knight of Labor lender received a warm wn nuAWftT THWYTTnV greeting He gave utterance to his wel WHL MAZE NO OHAUQE IN POLICY kQown Seutiment3 mi to government cou trol of railways etc and added ft denunci More Money Going Oat of the ation of the employment of labor sav Than ISver It Is Hoard ing machinery especially those run by ed and Will stay Until Confident electricity During the day a Citizens Al n lisnce was organized The purposes are IlestorelThe Cold Beerve to y poUticf aaa it indorses the Alll Where It laFive Fetltlons Contain platform j D Holden ol Kansas Ing the Scheme of an Unknown Flnun president and Ralph Beuu oiul rnont ol Washington City secretary It CiTT Dec conversation last evening on the financial condition and tho prevailing of the AlUnnco uneasiness in monetary circles in jh6 white Alliance adopted Folks plan York and in fact all over the country of a committee to keep an eye on the state said The treasury department is doing legislatures Complaint was made that all it can to relieve the present unfortu the government crop statistics were unre nate condition and it will continue to do liable and a proposition was made to or so on the same line of policy as that which gttlizea CTOP in quarrel over the doings of Dr MeCuiie has been followed up to the present time compromise The money stringency is not a result of ft VVashiiigton City was selected as the contraction of the currency There never piuce and the third Tuesday in November Una been a time in the history of the gov next as the time fur tlie next convention eminent in an era of pence when so mifch The subtreasury scheme and other eeo money has been flowing out of trcas uomcal questions have not yet been acted ury into the country I ulon Amount of Money Put Out During the nineteen months that I have been at the head of this department the amount of money incirculation has been Increased over and during the Tho Majority WlthdrawM The upshot of it all was that Arthur OConnor closed a speech against Parnell with the words I usk tht overwhelming majority of this party he concluded at once to rejord their not hero then elsewhere Justin Mc Carthy made a few remarks closing with the statement thut it would be waste of time to discuss the matter further and suggesting I hut all who agreed with him should withdraw Thu surest inn was adopted straightway and the antiParnell men left the hall leaving Purnell with tNventyfour adherents to run the meeting to suit themselves Iarnell 11 1cxv Remarks Isolnn tlieu addressed tun meeting argu 1 ing that tlie Iarnell men hold the key to I the position lie was followed by Parnell j who said the seceders dreaded the Hght of public opinion nnd though the yanks of the party were reduced he held tte chair Ireland had power to fill the phfcees of the recalcitrants aud would free ly exercise that power The sececlers hail been false to their leader and their coun try OConnors resolution WHS then adopted and the meeting dispersed The loiulers Parnell of course refuses to recognize the vote whereby lie has been deposed Eroui the leadership of the Irish party He balds thut those who passed the vote have ceased to belong to the Irish parliamentary party and he now intends to wage a stren uous war with the object of demonstrating that the to speak in tho namo of the Irish people no louder rests with them lie will proceed to Ireland during the Christmas recess atul invoke public opinion Olliwr Those who hail left the room went to an other room anil proceeded to organize The irst thing done was to elect Justin Mc Carthy chairman A resolution was then adopted renewing the devotion of those Lnt to the Irish cause and declaring Lat they nnvir will entertain any prop osition for the settlement of the home rule question unless it satisfies the aspira tions of Ireland It is stated that when Intone heard of this he exclaimed Thank God Home rule is saved Mlll mi OrRnn A comjiiiUfo consisting of AfcCarthy Dickson Murphy Harry Morrough Healy Stxton nnil Power was appointed to draft a iropwtus for a limited com pany to establish a daily national paper in Ireland It is thouirht probable that Inited Ireland will become a daily and 1x3 selected as the party organ The majority niv alive to the disiulvantnge which they in the IcailiuxNatinanlist papers be ing on IarneHs side LS well as the whole machinery of the being under his control Both sides are preparing for an immediate campaign in Ireland rurnrll Will Amuseil Justin McCarthy as chairman of the Irish parliamentary party has addressed ttciivular to ail Irish members including Parucll summoning them to meet at 2 oclock today The first business to come before the meeting will bo the selection by ballot of a consulting committee of eight ABLAZE WITH EXCITEMENT Purncll Helil His mies 15uroctl in Dec was ablaze with excitement yesterday many public ruetiuss Iwiug held aud the split iu the party being the universal of conver sation and discussion everywhere The massmeeting in Phcenix park Dublin was not so large as had been in fact it was not a formidable gathering iu point of size though it was quite tur It was distinctly a Parnell meet ing and Healy ami other opponents of that ieadsr were burned in effigy Judging from the bitterness of the denunciations against them they would have been burned in person hat they been present So far returns have been received most of the impromptu meetings were in Parnells fa Tor and in more places than Dublin the chief enemies of Parnell were figuratively destroyed by fire The People and the Priests The bishops manifesto condemning Par nell waa read in the clmrches at mass OTIHen ami His CoMeagueK Start for Jfe Vnrk City and Ireland CHICAGO Dec OBrien Sullii vm Gill and OConnor left Saturday evenj ing for New York while Harrington de1 parted ut an earlier hour for Detroit This move on the part of the majori ty of the delegation was decided upon mmediately after the receipt of the news from London Urgent telegrams were received from St Louis and other points begging the delegates to meet their engagements but they declined to do so now hut said they would see what could be done when they readied New York They would not say what they would do after they reached New York but the gen eral belief is thut they will all sail Wednes day for London or Paris Albany Irishmen for Parnell ALBANY N Y Dec Irish socie ties of this city Tiiet yesterday and cabled to Parnell The united Irish societies of the capital city of the Empire state of New York repudiate secessionists and unquali fiedly pledge support to Charles Stewart ParueJl The secretary was also instruct d to write a letter to William OBrien M P telling him that as lie had seceded from Parnell his services as lecturer for the ciuise wore not required in this city The negro Alliance completed its work and adjourned sine die They all signed the call for the Cincinnati conference They Gather In Governor Gordon ATLANTA Gal Dec Gen John B five months of this fiscal year the increase Gordon will join the Farmers Alliance on has been between and Tuesday night This announcement is in That is an enormous amount of keeping with the rumor at the time of his money to put out but its effect has been election to the United States senate that scarcely appreciable has become ab certain Alliance votes had been secured by sorbed without apparently leaving any his promise to join theorder He will m i i therefore enter the Ijnited States senate on trace of its existence Of course when taisj the 4th of next Mareh tuiiy committed to ness is lively and brisk as it has been the principies of the Alliance ceutly in nearly all branches it produces THE WOMAN RIORDANS CASE A for Clemency in Circulation Some Interesting Facts Dec petition is in circu lation and receiving many signatures that royal clemency be shown to the woman Theresa Riordun convicted of shooting Dr Bright master of University college Oxford and sentenced to six years penal servitude The trial let iu an interesting side light on life in the university John Thomas Augustus Haines junior dean fellow tutor and dean of degrees of University college kept this woman for years and then when he formed a mar riage engagement with Dr Brights daughter coolly proceeded to cast her aside The Girl Waa Illogical This excited Miss Riordan to a pitch of madness and she turned her anger against Dr Bright who had done nothing to in jure her but whom she iu her frensy ac cused of having influenced Haines choice The doctor will survive her attempt upon his life but has not yet fully recovered The sentence of Miss Riordan is looked OQ by many as too severe under the cir cumstances Haines has resigned his fel lowship DECIDED AN IMPORTANT CASE It the Aspirations of Twelve In guUs Men ill Kansas TOPEKA Kan Dec JusticHor ton of the supreme court Saturday denied the application of C E Lobdell delegate elect to the legislature from Lane connty for a writ of mandamus directing the state canvassing board to issue him a certificate of election as a representative Lobdell claimed a seat iu the house under the pro visions of the amendment to the constitu tion which provides that each county having more than 250 legal voters shall be entitled to a representative Eighteen other counties have elected delegates who are not entitled to seats as members If the application had been granted Senator Ingalls would have gained twelve votes The ground of tnedeeisiou is that the legis lature undex the constitution cannot con sist of more than 135 members Senate and House in Brief WASHINGTON CITY Dec senate Saturday passed a resolution calling on the attorney general tor a list of election supervisors Morgan offered a resolution calling for a statement of money paid on the requisition of Supervisor Davenport of New York but it went over under ob jection The house amendments to the bill to issue arms to settlers were agreed to and Gray contimied his remarks in op position to the election bill In the house the resolution directing the president to request rs Grant to permit the removal of the remains of the general to Arlington was debated without action Senate hill appropriating to buy rations for the Sioux Indians was passed with verbal amendments also senate bill ro retire Gen Stoneman Stanley Lunches wim tne f rcsmenu WASHINGTON CITY Dec Henry M Stanley since his arrival litre has been the subject of much social atxenflon He lunched with the president Saturday aft ernoon and at night dined with Col John Hay TliieTM Make ANTWERP Dec package contain ing 750030 francs consigned from an Eng lish bank to Amsterdam has beer stolen while en route the robbery having taken olace between Ostend pnrt Antwern jKare IPairitings arid Tapestry KniDed LoXDON Dec hotwater pipe in the ducal museum of Brunswick burst j Saturday and the saloons were flooded the I rare taptstry and many paintings of great i value being ruined The money lose can not be estimated a scarcity of money but the present con dition of affairs cannot be accounted for on that ground Where the oney Has Gone I think that for the greater part of the 8100001X10 which has been expended by the QUIET SUNDAY IN MEXICO fidence is restored and those who are noy e d hoarding money can be induced to let go thr of it an enormous amount of money gre le almost t would be required to give adequate rer lief It has been suggested Mr Windom that your call for 55000000 of the 4 per cents will haveuo appreciable effect upon the situation and that to do any good the treasury should adopt heroic measures and put in circulation at once as much as 030000 or Will Not Bankrupt the Treasury That could only be done by the action of congress replied the secretary The treasury is doing us much as it can do un der the circumstances What I may do in the future I cannot say because I have not yet decidedj but I do not propose to let the treasury become else may become so while I anrjsthe head of the department There is in the treasury ait the present time enough money to pay out about for bonds offered in re aponse to my call of last evening and a lit tle more No Playing with the Reserve is the fnnd in gold held as the legal tender reserve Why not place that with the national bftnk depos itories That will never be done with my coj sent said Mr Windom with emphasis Congress might order it done but I cer tainly never would recommend it being ijone That would be the worst possible remedy in my opinion There are several others which would be better but I would not like at this time to discuss them for publication One thing might be done and that is to call in the held in the national bank depositories now but I Jo not think that would be a very popular proposition at the present time Anonymous Advice That is one of the beauties of the de posit system When the treasury needs the monoit dare not call for it I re ceived thtj other day a broad and hensive scheme which jf it were adopted would undoubtedly afford a great deal of relief 1 dont know where it came from as the communication was not signed but it took up a series of five petition Each one of them was printed evidently for the purpose of circulation and bore at the top in large black letters Stop Bobbing the treasury FwaB a Brilliant Scheme The first of the series was addressed to the secretary of the treasury calling upon him to stop robbing the treasury by pur chasing bonds at a premium and com manding him to buy them at par The second was addressed to the president and j requested him to call upon the secretary of the treasury to purchase bonds at par without paying premiums The third was addressed to the supreme court and de manded that that body should mandamus the president and call upon him to call upon the secretary to the same effect Didnt Forget the House The fourth was directed to the house of representatives and requested the impeach ment of tlie secretary for robbing the treasury for this payment of premiums on bonds and the fifth was addressed to the senate and house in congress assembled to pass a bill issuing legal tender notes to the extent of for the purchase of bonds at par That is a pretty compre hensive scheme isnt it And how well it would work if adopted Will Continue to Purchase Bondfl But so far I have not heard of the su preme court taking the action desired and I have no doubt that I should be able to offtjr a good defense if the impeachment resolution was to be passed by the house THE LAW DEFIED WhinCaps Continue Their Bold Outragei FOUB BAIDS IS HABMBOH OOUITT Tonmy White ami Ian Daly Stand Up for NinetyOne Hounds OMAHA Dec the South Oma ha club Saturday night Tommy White of Chicago and Dan Daly of Bangor Me fought live hours and fiftyfive minutes without reaching a decision White had the best of Daly in height and reach but Daly was the cleverest of the pair In the first few rounds White tried for a knock out and lauded several times heavily Tlie Man from Hangar Was Clever In the twentieth round Daly closed Whites left eye and in the thirtyfourth the Chicago mans mouth was smashed so hard that it bled until tlie end In rounds thirtyseven and fortytwo White tried hard for a knock out but Daly avoided him Till the seventyfirst it was a walk around when Daly did a more fight ing White was badly winded but fought well In the ninetyfirst round both men were too tired to proceed and the fight was drawn SOPHIE GUENZEBERGS FATE Reasons Why Efforts tti Save Her Will Be Unavailing LONDON Due interest is felt iu England in the fate of Sophie Guenze berg the female Nihilist conspirator con demned to death for being the emissary of revolutionists who had plotted the death of the Of her guilt there seems to be no doubt and therefore also no doubt that the sentence will be if it has not al ready been carried out It is not likely that the public will ever learn what be comesi of her except perhaps in some brief official report of the execution As ehe had bombs in her possession when ar restedl and also a proclamation announc ing the death of the czar Alexander III may Congratulate himself in having her out of the way Death would be inflicted by hanging or she might be strangled in a cell Mamie Starr Gets a Life Sentence CHICAGO jury Saturday night in the cfise of Mamie Starr charged with murdering Mr and Mrs Xewland by placing poison in their food returned a verdict of guilty of murder and fixed her punishment at imprisonment in the peni tentiary for the period of her natural life The prisoner fainted on bearing the ver dict MADE A WfbOvV OF HIS WIFE A Little Spree Indulged in by an Omaha Man OMAHA Xeb Dec short time ago Mrs Martin Gverbeck went to Cincinnati Yesterday Ovcrbeck who was cashier for the Chicago Lumber companyit is said continue to purchase bonds so long as the financial condition of the treasury will warrant such action Death of a Senators Widow WASHiyGTOX Crrr Dec Miller wife of the late Senator John F Miller of California died at her residence here Sat urday of peritonitis aged 54 years I JDeatu of Pugilist Joe Tobum NEW YoKK Dec Coburn the pugilist died Saturday evening at his res idence on WestThirtyfifth street Death I was caused by consumption Not Particular as to Their Meat Dec 8 Australian colonies are much aroused over the question of the possession of the New Hebrides of which aud Australia are both endeavoring to get control At present the Australians have the advantage as they own the larg est portion of the lands brought within white settlement The do not evince auy preference occasionally eating a Frenchman and now and then an Au stralian Did Her Title Save Her Keck T LOXDOX Dec Countess Tberese Baslini who has been convicted of the murder oi her 14yearold step daughter has been sentenced to a term of sixteen years imprisonment by the hiizh court of Trieste Juarez Entcrtalnud by ft Fiffht and a DENYEK Colo Dec special from El Paso Tex to The Republican says treasury in tlie purchase of bonds you The bull fights yesterday afternoon at must look in the private tills and vaults of juarez Mexico were viewed by an im ihe I1 were brutal and fierce one horse ridden by a ree times ripping rom the body The bulls were vicious and kept the crowd at a fever of excitement during the afternoon The last bull was sabred and dragged from the arena dead Short Work with Revolting Convicts the soldiers were absent from the poat attending the fight the convict soldiers revolted at the barracks killing the sergeant of the guards a corporal and private The murderers eighteen in number broke from the barracks and es caped to the mountains They were fol lowed by the soldiers three overtaken and shot to death and four captured and brought back to the post They were or dered to be killed at sunrise today FOUGHT NEARLY SIX HOUUS An A ted Couple Cruelly Wttlpycd ud HalfCraiy Procber The NeeleyHTatwa A Medical Boail A cent la Upon a 1 rUudt AdTlM Had Bung State JEFFEEsoirviiiE Ind Deo of a most stringent passed by the last legislature the Indiana WhiteCaps ap pear quite as bold defiant M ever During tho past week the kuighU of the switch have been active in Harriwu coun ty and the result of their raids Is found In the lacerated backs of a number of men and women who had been so unfortunate as to coiao under their displeasure On Dec 1 the raiders the night called at j the home of an aged pair named Mewer of j Heth township and taking them from their beds lashed them to a sapling aurl whipped them with hickory switches their baoka worn a mass bruises Nearly Killed tlie Next Victim After the flogging they were released and warned that if they were not out of the county within ten days the conse quences would be exceedingly painful The old couple who were chargad with petty fhieving and Immorality have since paaked up their small belongings and left In Washington townibip ol the county the gang paid a visit a few nlghta ago to the house of David Lowe and jerk ing him from his bed administered such severe punishment that it was feared for awhile that he would die Leaving Lowes house the same gang went to the residence of Fielding Hickard Kpw Where Was Richards Gun Upon being refused admission they broke the door down and dragging Rickard from the house tied him to a tree where fifty Jaghes were laid on his bare back Jiickard and Lowe were uhurgtidwlthindq leuce immorality and general worthless ness From Bickards the night riders went to a half demented preacher living near and dragging him from his bed beat him nearly to death Only a few weeks ago one Thomas P Neeley of Heth townr ship Harrison county was taken from his bed and flogged by the nighthawks lie Knew Him by Hli gy a peculiarity in his walk the victim recognlaed 3uffqr4 Watften aa one of the men plying the switobcn and meeting him a few days after on the streets of Mauck port became involved in a flght in which the WhiteCap was stabbed and seriously wounded In the counties of the southern part of the state no fears appear to exist among the regulators ol any legal conse quences that may come up and they pur their raids whenever a necessity for such action becomes apparent to them GO HANG YOURSELF dvice That a Despondent Shoemaker Straightway Acted SHELBYVILLE Iiid Dec German shoemaker named Busch committed sui cide here Saturday by hanging himself Saturday week he was discharged from Henry Meera shoe store and got on a spree took a room at the Farmers hotel and re fused to cat anything whatever Adam Kuhn told Busch that he was ashamed of him and if he Kuhn were in his place he would go and hang himself Bunch said if he didnt get work he would Friday he went to Harry Walkers store and bought twenty feet of bed cord claiming that he wanted to tie up his trunk to go his aunts in the country About oclock Satur day morning he was seen going down an alley toward Walkers barn in the rear of the store Here an hour later he was found hanging from a rafter dead CAUGHT A HIGHWAYMAN A Physician Who Occasionally Acted mt Agent ANDERSOX Ind Dec W W Steel a physician of Waveland Montgom ery county is in jail upon the charge of highway robbery Steel came to this city Nov 30 On Tuesday night Charles Lewis of Markleville was held up end robbed He identified Steel and William Green of this city as being bis assailants Both were arrested and had their preliminary hearing and have been placed under heavy bonds Steel has been identified ag the man that held up Clerk Nettierville Auditor Allen Cashier Hartman and Frank Humphrey one night in September last and robbed each of them of sums ranging from to Steel is perhaps SO years old and single He is addicted to periodical sprees Manufacture of Aluminum INDIANAPOLIS Dec production of aluminum is rapidly becoming a large industry in Indiana Several companies with large capital have been formed to work the kaolin deposits in the southern part of the state and three large refineries are about to be started in this city It is claimed by Professor Moffett the chemist of one of the companies that the metal DEWENTER The Hatter and Furnisher ay AUKS by low Eu isvin uf extra cost 410 llnuuiWity for Infants and ChHdren Is 10 well adapted to children ttat L recommend it u ropcrior to any prescription known to me IL M AMCiixa M D 111 So Oxford St Brooklyn N T corrs Colic Sour StomAch Diarrhoea Worms aluep reatlon Without tojuriotu madlMlimi Tine 77 Murray Street j The Tailor 3OR BROAPWAY Vandevef was getting out oC his buggy his i wiucli It was couurci ind 1 i c feet became entangled in the lines and he was thimvn to the ground The horse jerked by the operation and stepped on the head of the man He can not re cover ora looses Her Hair BRAZIL Ind Dee Miss Dora Jonea uwoke Saturday morning she found that her luxuriant hair had lietn closely cropped Some one had raised the window near which she slept and had performed the deed lloosiir There were five distinct attempts at in cendiarism Thursday night at burg three of which were successful A gang of barn burners seems to be at work William C Yarnell of Peru chairman of the Miami county Republican cenlral jommittee a soldier of the war and a rep resentative citizen is dead Police Chief Hahn of Vincennes at tempted to arrest an alleged lumber thief Buned Black but he led to the river and leaping into a skiff rowed Halm stuck in the mud and fliis revolver be coming disarranged he could not compel Black to stop and the latter after reach ing the middle of the stream stopped row Ing and fired live shots at the chief graz ing his clothing but inflicting no serioua hurt Black was arrested later Mrs Sam Klingerman of Richmond despondent because of the failure of her husband to properly support henelf and children attempted to throw herself froni the high bridge near that city but she seized by her son and after a desperate struggle was persuaded to go borne Ball Bros of Buffalo N Y who estab lished the first glass factory at Muncic are erecting a second building vhich will give facilities for employing liOj additional men making altogether 600 on the payroll ABBREVIATEDTELEGFtAMS L N Murphy of Kansas City died them the other day of glanders contracted from horse cago A party of prospectors has returned to this city from Brown county fifty miles distant and reported that they had dis covered rich aluminum deposits there A Priomineiit Ittan Goes Nirw YoiRK Dec Washington Smith of iSan Francisco Tice president of I the Nicaragua Canal company became in Satturday night and was removed to Bellevue hospital Smith has been stop piag at the Gilsey house for some time ertook to drive across the Belt Line truck in front of a Missouri Pacific express train His body was hurled high in the airand he was so badly injured that he ditid shortly afterward The woman unhurt Cholera Ikinongr liritish Troops LONDON Deo from India are that broke out in the Second bat talion of the Third Goorka regiment while inarching in the Chin hills The regiment camped at Gnithit where szty cases and thirty deaths iaave occurred There were many more cases between and Guattiit Tlie Weather We May Jtxpect WASHXSGTOZT Crrr Dec following are the weather indi for thirtyda houra fro M 8 p ra yesrerday For Warmer fair weather and southerly For con inned cold weather northerly winds For higananl weatlier southerly winds vanmr For colder fair nortltriy winds warmer Tuesday Diphtheria Epidemics CoLtTMBUS Ind Dec Diphtheria in a very malignant form raging in the Tho state treasurer of Arkansas is short loaned to private citizens who can not repay The state will lose nothing the bondamen being good A bronze tablet commemorative of the centennial of Washingtons inaugura tion was dedicated Sunday in Old St counties of Martin Lawrence and Brown i Pau18 church There are said to be some eighty cases in I MrsMartha Mills a wealthy old Uidy the vicinity of Shoales Kurtz and Buf falo to the southwest of this city Schools have been stopped and many other precau tious taken to stop the dread disease IXDIASAPOLJS Dec Diphtheria be coming epidemic 115 cases being reported The schools on the entire north side will probably be closed Will Prices 1C Per Cent INDIANAPOLIS Dec 8 The Association of Wagon and Carriage Wood Stock Man ufacturers comprising fovrfitus if the firms engaged in the businiirs has deter mined to raise prices to wagon and car riage makers 10 per cent The new scale of prices will go into effect Jan 1 It U claimed that at present the business is un profitable J H Smith of M tirade was elected president and B F Toubehren of Eransville secretary of Needham Mass attempted to reform exconvict and spent i21000 before she found that he was irreformabl3 Crit C Jasper of Sulphur Springs and Ben Richardson of Franklin Ills got drunk and then tried to drive home They drove off a bridge and both wsre killed D L Shaw a retired business man of the Eighth Michigan congressional dis trict has gone insane because his friend Bliss Republican was defeated tor con gress Robert A Smith of Lindwosd near Bay City Mich put six bullets into his broth er j A Smiths body Saturday in a quar rel over a piece of land The wounds were fatal Mrs Emma C Gray of St Lonis wants j a divorce because after 19 years of marI ried life her husband turned atheilt aod is trying to wallop the same ton street N Y were damaged by Ire Sunday to the amount of During this week a case will be trie I u the supreme court involving the vnlidiiy of the criminal statutes ol if it goes against tuo statute it will rosul in ntting tree over 3000 some HTI der seutence of death Miss Jennie Daly about 90 years i Id died in New York city week lived with her brother in wretched munts Afwr her death flu Ml buling ng to her was discovered iu bank She ad made it all doing washing and chores A monster wave dropped down ou deck of the British steamer iiurylaiit in the Atlantic ocean Dec 1 mstajil U ijig the captain boatswain ami NTOIH cook and severely injuring several Kverything was swept off the decks and 300 cattle also killed The most important action taken by the National Trotting association board of re view which bait been iu seMon at New York for some days was the expulsion from the tracks of the of C IL Nelson aud bis horse Nvlsou for al crookedness in the race with Al cryon at Beacon park in September ThB PlpefUh If you want a perfect model of domestic virtue forexample where can you fimJ it In higher perfection than in that xcm plary and devoted father the common great pipefish of the North Atlantic and the British sea This high principled lophobranch is so careful of his callow arid helpless young that he carries about unhatched eggs with bim under his own tail in what scientific ilias antly describe as a KMtch of cutaneous receptacle There they hitch out in perfect security frcr from r lie dan gens that Ijeset the spawn and fry of HC many other less tender hraitoJ and as soon as the little pipefish are big cnousli 1X look after themselves the sac diviricji iipontaneousiydown the mildle and ilIMvc them to escape to shiLt for themselves in the broad Atlantic Even so however the juniors take cart always to keep tolerably neartbat friendlv shelter and creep back into it on any threat of danger exactly as baby kau Karoos do into their mothers marsupin The father in fact has gone to the trouble and expense of developing out of his own tissues a membranous bigon pur pose to hold theeggsanul young during the first stages of their embryonic evolu tion This bag is formed by two oj the skin one of which groirsout from eicb Bide of the body the free margins Ixiug firmly glued together in the middle by a natural exudation while the egjix are un dergoing incubation but opening more in the middle to let IIP little fih out as soon as the process of hatching is fiiiiy Magazine A of masked men Friday night Jjjjrn Ildwardson of Huron S D jjutdf Cis ho use rolled him in the snow and gave him a sound flogging He had been euilty ol inhuman treatment of his wife into bis wife Two Yornif Wreeken Firebugs are at work at Vandalia His Dec Edenaged Business men received threatening 0 and Edward Case aged 14 were arrest letters and a number of fiires have oc ed Sfctarday for trmin wwckinj curred Judge Lynch has his court in ses eccupTing cells the station house tion in case of any captures to the Belt railway and placing ck A strike of freight hands in the Balti more and Ohio yards at Baltimore Friday caused a blockade there and the trouble has extended to Piittsborg where blockade waa complete Saturday on the track wrecked a heavily loaded freight train They appear tohaTi had no object in but to hare POWDER A f oakfnp r of C The Hoime Stepped Bit The stock A L Samm Triodow L Dec Alfrrf draperies etc and the buiMina in meot AUTIIMW   

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