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   Logansport Pharos (Newspaper) - December 10, 1890, Logansport, Indiana                                LOGANSPORT DAILY PHAROS 16TH YEAR WEDNESDAY EVEN1NO DECEMBER 10 NO ON Handkerchief Ts well known that ve beat the world on ChristmasHand kerchiefs in quantity stylo nncJ prico So that our Holi day Sale of Handkerchiefs has become famous all over the country and we want to make this sale beat them all Come at once and make your selection GrantsHonored Ashes to Re main in Her Keeping SPmfED TALK OH TEE SUBJECT FURNITURE PRICES THE LOWEST Our None but the Best Workmanship Allowed to Leave our Salesroom J Henderson Sons JSJew StoreT 113 UltOADW VY Is filled with an Entire New Stock of Miscellaneous Books Pictures Dolls 1lasels Albums Etc Best of Goods in town Quote the Lowesl Prices y u can get and 1 wll beat them easily The Stociv t the PEARL STORE Will be Closed Out Regard less of cost DOtAN8 OIKUA IIOUSE Wll DOIAN MAHU1KU N1OIIT OStV FRIDAY DECEMBER The SpArkliuK toHitdy AS1 Under the Man igemtmr or D J SpriitfUtf The funniest play ever written Kcploto witb Bliurlnirrluniiivimil which uwu cs Applause admiration ami soulstirriiiiir ter ntuir tor Lauphing Purposes Only Accompanied by tho FAMOUS BLACK HUSSAR BAM MnpriHcentlv unifurmeil and elegantly romierinsf in an exquisite manner u ciuss of music never hetore uttouiuted uy iliiy The tnivcM in lluul of America umler thu Iciukrshlp of OUR STAR ORCHESTRA Every member u Soloist Every Soloist an The Iteinoviil JUefeiitetl by a Hrury Another to the Jfjiny CiuiKhon Iiikfi Some Iretllrtions Pollt loa lliui of Public IiiililiiiKinilx Humichbil Juimtie Locked WuuU4 to Kill the President WASHINGTON CITY Dec debate i the house yesterday on the sen ate resolution looking to the re nival of the remains of fSeu Grant to Arlington Iron New York city was decidedly spirited The New York mem a man denounced the proposed ac tion ami xae IlmiHylvanians whose rep resentatives in tin house backed the meas ure considerable turninc over Quinn oif Xi w York tierhuid that there was not nti atom of patriolisin in thu resolution Jen Grant lay in one of the grandest spots that ever hero slept in Complaint was made that New York had not sub scribed money enough to build a monu ment While New York was receiving subscriptions for the monument the terri ble disaster at Johnstown had occurred New York had lost sight of tlio monu ment but she had not lost of the sufTeriiiKHiil distress at Johnstown aud had made contributions with a liberal hand The mi Flower next the floor He said Unit it had been Gen Itants wish before he lied that he bo buried beside his wife Mrs Grunt had chosen Xew York and Now York had presented her a tomb that was equal to the tomb of any president save that of Garfield and Lincoln This resolution insulted not only Mrs Grant but the Kieat city of New York which was always ready to relieve the sufferings of humanity the world over Tim resolution was an insult to Gen Grant and to the G A H and to every man who had a relative who died ndding to the Kory of this repub lic A IVImok tho Keystone State Raines of New York said that this reso lution cmie with a very bad from the gentleman from Pennsylvania when he remembered Unit when Pennsylvania trembling with fear the k rushed to her res cue New YV V J spent more than to decorV1he soil of Pennsyl vania to her defenders The rccorus spoke and it lay not in the month of Pennsylvania to detract from the courage or impeach the patriotism of the state of New York Savored of Kiivy nnil Kutinor Cumminiis said that the proposal meant desecration and savnred of envy aud ran cor To move Gen Grants remains under the specious plea that Gen Grant belonged to the nation only added to the outrage The miserable presumption that they did would open the tomb of Washington at Mount Vernnn and the memorable sar cophagiw at Springfield Men were usu ally buried at their homes Washington Jjifayetre iaribaldi and Gainbetti bad been buried at their homes Kricssou had been buried not at the capital ot Sweden blt at his own home Those who charged JTew York with being dilatory should re member that it hud taken more than quarter of a century to complete Btinket Hill monument and that half a cetlttirj had passed before the erection of the Washington monument Ieiiiisjlviiiiiu Keply ONeill of Pennsylvania said that gen tlemen nVrht call this infamy bufc if they could cal1 the roll of the dead in Arliug ton there wasjvv one soldier who would not respond U favor of the measure This not an interference with the fannly ol Geu Grant To speak of it in that way was begiring the ISinghfim of Pennsylvania said that he would be un just to his state ami to his associates dur ing the war if lie did not pronounce his condemnation of some of the statements made It was true that during the fearfu clays of Gettysburg the New York regi merits hail fought gallantly but in doing Under tliu direction of Prof E F ArtUt Bulch OurGrniul Bam 1nnnli takes place from the Itiirncttat 12 oeloc sharp concert from 1 Jill to luul trom 7 to in tlie evening Scale of 25c Parquet Circle 7V tfcntp on sale at Kecslingrs 50c The New York WOULD never crows so they had fought for New York as wel as for Pennsylvania lie regretted thai the Johnstown disaster hud been pitt for ward1 as a reason why Xuw York had no raised a great sum of money to complete the Grant monument Among tlie others who took part in tin debate Cutcheon favored the resolution on the ground that Grant belonged to tin whole country Cannon took the sami view so did Duunell of Minnesota whili Mason of Illinois thought the Old Com nwnderV bones should where the had been laid The Ku I wa tirade by Farquharrs Jolj tested against of Xew York who p o lican as a Repub of Gen Grant ive as a personal friend dlerof the and family and us a sol The termblic Then the Resolution Defeated Byes K na vote was taken lows 154 Tlie ayes were as fol riiTiTrTT i superior even to the knowledge of Mr I f I 1 I tl L hlO Elaine himself An Indian war would JIUJ LIJ i bring hjm to thp he woud con duct it in such way as to make him al most a certain nominee on the Republican ticket Senator Quay of course is not going to retire from the chairmanship of the Republican national committee Outside of the Democratic newspapers nobody ever supposed he would The farmers Grievance Clarkson is trying to concoct a scheme to catch the Farmers Alliance They have a grievance he said uThe subtreasury scheme is impracticable but while the My man with 8500 worth of stock can go to a batik and borrow on it the farmer annot borrow in the same way on his rm and stock When he wants a three lonths loan he has to take a three year oan or nothing and so he loses Iu a dozen The subtreasury scheme wont do ut tlie farmers grievance must be met omehow PLUMBS FINANCIAL SCHEME atloual Bunk Without Bond Back ing mid IloGpective Free Silver WASHINGTON CITY Dec resented to the senate yesterday u plan to elieve the financial stringency The first eature of the bill is the reduction of the mount of bonds to be deposited to secure itdilution to for each bank This oes not apply to deposits to secure public moneys In the hands of banks Next tho ncreasing is to replace all bank notes re red since 18N2 with greenbacks and to do ne satin for all notes hereafter retired The Coinage Provisions With reference to silver coinage the bill irects the treasury to purchase all tenders f silver in amounts not less than SIOO000 t the market price not exceeding 37125 grains for it paying for tliu same in green Kicks Hut when the market price reaches L for iTl5 grains and remains at that or more for six months purchases shall cease and and unlimited coinage of any mount of silver presented to the treasury not less than worth is to begin The ssue of silver certificates is to be stopped and their place to be taken by issues of llmpemleiit oil Foreign jtlintB Whern France Belgium and Germany their mints to free silver coinage the iresident shall stop the coinage of stimd rd dollars and tlie treasury shall receive silver bullion as provided for in the first paragraph of this synopsis of the bill and levise a new dollar to contain 400 grains of silver of which there shall be coined not less than S2f00000 per month until shall have been coined after which coinage shall be in the discretion of the secretary of the necessary notes shall also at the optionof be redeemable in silvers bars at the rate of 400 grains for A DANGEROUS LUNATIC He Yearns for tlie IHooo of President Har rison and Blaine WASHINGTON CITT Dec S Miller who is undoubtedly insane was arrested here Monday night He wanted to kill the president Miller has been un der the constant watch of the police do partment ever since last and foi the hist six weeks a special man has been detailed at the White House to see that he did not attempt to injure the presinentWhile apparently rational in every other respect MillBfvliabpred under a hallucination that it devblvedupon him to assassinate the president and Secretary Blaine Col Moore chief of police and the District attorney concluded that it was no longer safe to allow him to remain a liberty Uetter Keep Him Locked Up When President Harrison returned fron Indiana after the election and steppec from the train at the Baltimore and Po tomac station Miller was on the platforn and made some violent demonstration bu Detective McMahon took him away Ni weapon was found in his pocket and afte consultation between Mr Harrison am Chief Moore it was concluded to allow the man to go but to have him watched Monday as a result of a consultation be tween Mr Harrison and the chief jf thi secret service he was arrested will bi sent to the insane asylum Public Buildings for tlio West WASHINGTON CITY Dec house yesterday paased amimber of public build ing bills Those for western cities with limitation of cost were as follows Man kato Minn 550000 Siouv Falls S D J150000 Beatrice Neb 60000 Daven port la Rock Island Ills 375 000 South Betid Ind Fargo N D 100000 Madison Ind Fuel lo Colo Sioux City la Bloomincton Ills 100000 Kansas City Mo SUSflOOOO Racine Wis 100000 Rockford Ills Sheboygan Wis Fort Dodge la THE EEDEBATION Gompers Men Decide an portant Matter Im HO ADMITTAIfOE jf TO SOCIALISTS EXTERMINATE THE SEALS 9e clialUtLabor Delegate Informed That with tlie Kindest Feelings the Federa tion Prefers Their Room to Their Com Decisive Vote on the Question of tlie Introduced and Other and 1111 noiM Grunge Meetings DUTROIT Dec second days ion of the American Federation of Labor onvention up to 12 oclock was chiefly akein up in appointing committees and iearing reports The special committee ppointed to examine the credentials ol jucien Sanial from the Central Federa ion of Labor of New York city announced heir readiness to report and the report was ailed for Their report which was a long me stated that the committee had made a careful investigation of the matter They had listened to statements from resident Gompers Iiucien Sanial Au gust Wallinger and Ernest Bohm Socialists Are Not Wanted They recommended the cordial accept ncij of the fraternal expressions prof ered by the party through Vfr Snninl and declared that the hopes ind aspirations of the Socialist and Labor unionists are very similar The commit tee held that the American Federation of jibor is committed against the introduc ioii of matters political or religious and hat it could not logically admit tlie So cialist Labor party to representation and hut its door in the face of other political orgnnizations The committee expressed he opinion that no political party was en itled to representation in the American Federation at the same time deprecating the necessity which had arisen of refusing seekers of their companionship that priv ejje The Federation Officials Indorsed They accordingly recommended that the credentials presented by Mr Sanial from he Central Labor Federation be returned that the action of President Gompers in refusing that body a charter be affirmed iVy the convention that the action of the executive committee in refusing to return to she Central Federation its charter be affirmed as that body virtually ceased to exist when the charter was surrendered that the convention while declining to ad min representatives from the Socialistic Labor party at the same time declares tsulf tolerant of all phases of the reform movement and that it would bar no dele gate on the ground of his individual polit ical or religious belief Wanted Further Consideration Delegate Morgan presented a motion which was seconded providing that no ac tion be taken on the report of the commit tee that the report IK published in full together with the statements of President Gompers and Lucien and referred to the bodies represented in the conven tion which shall consider the matter thor oughly and instruct their delegates the convention as tp what couree they shall pursue hn anticipation again being brought up at that Mqr gan made a brief address in supportof his motion The motion was debated for some time but finally voted down Move lo Reject tlie Report A resolution was then offered rejecting the report of the committee and providing that the petition of the Central Federation of Labor for a charter be allowed and that Sanial be given a seat in the convention The latter part of this motion was ruled out of order by the president After much discussion the previous question was called for and a poll vote asked for Overwhelmingly Defeated This resulted in eighty delegates casting 1089 votes for the adoption of the commit tees report while thirty delegates with a total of 535 votes cast them negatively The report vas therefore adopted and the American Federation of Labor had taken its stand upon the Socialistic ele ments entrance into its organization The convention then adjourned for the day Kcports and Resolutions The announcement during the session of the formation of two new national unions retail clerks aud the waiters and bar received with applause The treasurers report showed receipts for the year expenditures A number of resolutions were introduced among them the following To levy quarterly tax of 10 cents to support men out on strike indorsing the eight hour adjustment act now before the senate calling for telegraphs are permitted ator Iettigrew lias a Radical feolu noli if u Vexed Question Dec Pettigrew of South Dakota who is tit the Fifth avenue hotel has HJI idea which if put j into execution soon make sealskin clonks worth their weight iugold This is what he said to a reporter All of the seals in Alaskan waters should be external Dated This government should pay a bounty for each st al killed until they are all gone If the seals were exterminated the Alaskan waters would be the greatest fishing waters in the world The seals feed on codfish Eaeh see1 eats five or 6 pounds of codfish per day Fishing for Coil More Profitable Now instead of having a great fishing sea destroyed entirely I think it would be more profitable to kill every seal and let the fish be the prey of man The seal company gives employment to some 300 Aleutians or Indians but if the waters are rid of seal and given over to iishing at least 10000 American citizens would have employment Alaska would then amount to someihiug aud the Behring sea diffi culty would soon be settled SeiilRkin Sacfiues 1iilieultliful In my opinion the seals will be exter minated in three or four years anyhow They do not contribute anything specially to the comfort of the masses in this coun try Wearing sealskin is conducive to pneu monia anj way and those who have the money to buyscch highpriced wearing material shorten their lives Why the United Slates has nothing to do with mak ing sealskin wearing material it all goes to England where a skin is purchased at then after due process is sent to this country and sold for It can plainly be seiti that if thousands oj Americans were given employment in fishing for cod in Alaskan waters more benefit would accrue to this country TIDE HOME FIELD News of interest Gathered in Our Own State 1 TWO OPENINGS FOB THE FARMERS It IH llio Other Jay iiitild NEW YORK Deo 10 Jay Gould to whom reporter showed a dispatch from Hutch inson Kan announcing new purchases iu the town for the purpose of putting up new salt plants uixl nlso referring to an alleged desire of Mr Gould to shorten the Mis souri Pacific line from St Louis to Denver by fortyeight miles said That is all done by the other the one wlio is roaming nil over the country ami work ing ateverything that 1 know nothing about He is not this Jay ha is a mystery to a great mystery Ditched DESSISOX Tex Dec A Missouri Kansas and Texas express train was ditched between stations liny and Alkire llonclny night The cars turned over on bheir sides and caught lire but the flames were soon extinguished The passengers broke through the windows and escaped W Whitriilge oE 1ort Scott Kan W D Heggerson of San Saba county Express Messenger James Call Baggagemaster W J Handy and Porter Jjce Caldwell were gerlohsly but not dangerously in jured Effect of the BUliopa Mnnifcato LONDON Dec The manifesto of the Irish bishops is producing a boomerang effect upon British public opinion Non conformist ministers were si lent as n rule on Sunday about Parnell and a growing sentiment mis voiced by Courtney SI P yesterday when he asked whether the Ro man to rule Ireland under homerule and whether Irish mem bers were elected to parliament to register the decrees of the Romish church failures CHICAGO Deo 10 The business failures reported yesterday were as follows Col bron Ce on the New York Stock Exchange Whitteu Burton Young wholesale clothiers of Bostou as signed witli liabilities estimated at 200000 S W Ingalls Co shoe dealers of the same city with liabilities of sS 000 the American National bank of Arkan sas City Kans closed its doors Its cap ital stock is Tho Dairy Industry and tlio Cultivation of the Sugftr Deficit la i the State at j villa ot Scantlla i Jeitft IMsappearajitce Kxplalued A Beceut Mackey Rallivity News INDIANAPOLIS Dec furmen are becoming convinced that the state it well lined for the development of exten sive dairy interests the growing ot sugar beets Persons who have given the subject thought believe that within next five years farming in Indiana will be revolutionized Monday morning twc parties of farmers one from Rush county the other from Johnson passed through tins eity on their way to Elgin Ills to study the manner of conducting dairies in that region famous for the quantity and quality of its milk and milk products The visitors will make a thorough investi gation of the Elgin methods and if they are satislied that the business will succeed in Indiana will organize stock com panies and begin to make butter and cheese on n large scale at Carthage Hush and at Franklin Johnson county Cultivation of the Sugar Ret Karly last spring the Oxford Sugar com pany of Nebraska sent to Secretary Heron of the state board of agriculture IOC pounds of the sugar beet seed for free dis ribution The objecc was to determine whether that beet can be successfully cul ivated ja Indiana The ones who gave the beet a trial have not vat reported ex copt in one or two instances One man said the beets he raised nourished and he surprised to Hud them more tender succulent and richer than ordinary beets Secretary Heron believes jtJie sugar can be profitably raisil m tliii state and that before many years a great industry will devilop in raising the beets and man ufacturing the sugar THE STATES FINANCES State Aiulitor Ciirr Ueijorts u Deficit ol Dec Auditor Carr presented his annnnl report to the governor Tuesday showing the receipts ind disbursements iu the several state de partments for tha fiscal year just closed The auditor says the total receipts of the general fund from all sources during the iscal year were 814431514s The actual expenditures necessary to run the state government for the fiscal year 1S91 are es timated at ISQOOOOO The report shows that the deficit over and above the net re ceipts for the year 1891 is for IBttti and The necessary expenses of the state gov ernmeat for the years 1893 and 1803 are es timated as follows 1SSB 1393 which would leave a deficit at the cud of each year respectively of and to which deficit should be any additional appropriations that may be madp by the legislature for these years The auditor says that 1n bis opinion im mediate provision should be made forthu relief of the treasury HEAVY FAILURE AT EVANSVILLE I3oston BOSTON Uec returns for mayor give Mattbtvvs Ueni 32307 Mer rill Republican and Citizens 109SS Shaplcigh Pro 11137 Mathews plurality is 12331 as against 5400 for Hart Repub lican and Citizens last year The board of aldermen elected comprises seven regu lar and three regular Republic ans with two members whose names were on both tickets ABBREVIATED TELEGRAMS The Farmers Alliance of Kansas red hay and put DEWENTER The Hatter and Furnisher the Lovely HAUKS lld low 410 UrwtdwKj Seantllii Son Make uii bilities 8100000 EVANSVILLE Iiid Dec failure Monday of the foundry firm of Thomas Scantlin Son was a great surprise They filed a mortgftge at u late hour in the even ing covering their Jarge plant aud real estate in this city amounting to The assets of the firm are in excess of this amount An assignment was made to Alex GUchrlst The preferred creditors include the wife of the junior member of the firm and the workmen in the estab lishment to whom money for wages is due The collapse n the firm is due to bad collections and also the fact that the firri carried some paper for a firm that failed It is likely they will resume busi ness again after a settlement with their creditors Mian Josie Only Eloped for Infants and OhHdren well adapted to children thai I recommend it superior to any prescription koomi to me H A iBCHEn M D Ill Bo Oxford St Brooklyn N T Colic Sour 8t jnmcu DiarrhCEa Eructation Worms deep and promo pesl on Wltkout i TDK CEOT ACH COMPACT 7 Murray Strwt X J UIE1NEIMANN The Tailor BROADWAY Between 6th and to To Stop tlie Semite Oratory arro WASHINGTON CITY te wThe who claim Hivinuuttee of the senatespen Our hopes ami fears our joys and sor well rows are all before one behind In TUB WORLDS work for 1891 every Americam citizen is vitally inter ested and not matter what his politics may afford to be without its weekly editionwhich has not an equal Kafolle on earth as a newspaper JSine men out Comns Cannon Carter Cixswell Clark ell Coleman McDonnell Cooper of MS Kwnrt Finley Flick Viinston Gear tjest Grosvenor Grout Harmer Haugen anton McKinley Morey Morrill Mudd universal j Stone of Pennsylvaiiia Sweet Subscribe at once Three months costs TTph D Taylor only 25 cents and by every weeks delay ado Van you miss something worth more than the i Massachusetts Whitthorne and Wilson subscription price for the is ot WasIlilsStou only one dollar Address THE WORLD New York SURE CURE FOR CATARRH CLARKSON ON THE OUTLOOK Sew 3Ien FrtbablH in Miles WASHINGTON CITY Dec WAmoagthe Republicans in city yesterday was ex Assistant Post master General I believe said he that in ISft the is sues will be new and that new issues will bring up new men Cleveland will not bo renominnted His veto of the silver bill alone must kill him Whom the Demo OVPR FTTTTV STPiDQ Wi1 I dont know but j o tjAiia hink we shall have new mi this old oovereignRemedy Las stood the ties To sav tint Blain II 1 test and stands today the best known ated is ilioiieal Biiaiue is Harriss Tttmorlv ifvr TTi 11 iinnsuLl S it will effect a cure no matter of how long standing the case may be Foraaje by A Cod XVorJ for Gen Gen Miles is a goad man He is a good Republican and has the needs aud resources several hours in consultation yesterda afternoon concerning the advisability o adopting a cloture rule for tlie senate A number of propositions were considered the committee but no agreement was reached The members of the committee are coming closer together in their views however and it is likely that a report wil be made to a Republican cuncus to be held in a few days The Ohio Iaii Again TVins WASHINGTON CITY Dec W Hathaway of Montana has been selected to succeed Capt Wheat of Wisconsin as postmaster of the house The selection was made at a Kepublican caucus held immediately after the house adjourned yesterday Hatuway was born in Ohio 4S years ago Confirmed by the Senate WASHINGTON CITY Dec I0The senate in executive session yesterday afternoon confirmed the following nominations Walter Johnson of Illinois surveyor of customs at Rock Island Ills register of land R Sanders Vrsau Wis receiver of public moneys H Johnson Wis Tho Crews of Steam Xjtniiclies WASHINGTON CITY Dec bill to allow steam launches to carry only one engineer to act also as pilot instead of an engineer and a pilot as at present pro Tided by law was agreed to by the house committee on commerce yesterday aud a favorable report ordered It Might Been ROCHESTER X Y Dec open switch caused a Aillision Tuesday on the Ceutral in this city between a West Shore passenger train and a Central freight in which Thomas Kennedy of Buffalo en gineer on the West Shore train had his right leg broken in jumping Both trains were moving slowly west and neither was badly damaged No passengers were in jured fovming for a worlds labor uoa in Chicago in 1SU3 to declare against the Knights of Labor protesting against the use of soldiers policemen and Pinkertou thugs to intimidate laborto indorse woman suffrage BoycottingNot Forjrottcn Various resolutions looking to boycot ting manufacturers and the supporting of union strikes were offered Another set forth that inasmuch as the Federation had rule it fortyeight adopted the eighthour must be interpreted hours per week Complaint was brought against the Carpenters tpion of Rochester X Y as affiliated with the Knights of Labor to the injury of the federation In the resolutions which brought this case up certain individuals were named and charges preferred against hem which caused the chair to exclude the papers on the greund that the conven tion deals only with organizations and not with individuals The Wisconsin N Wis Dec Wisconsin Grangers met here yesterday the session ng principally occupied wiu listening to the address of Grand Master JnT He rged the necessity of agricultural educa ionasa state institution and enumer ted the nets of congress obtained y the advocacy of the Grangers mong them the oleomargarine law bureau f animal industry agricultural exped ient station bill and elevation of the gricultural department to a cabinet rade Then he advocated government cu up to from For strangling his wife a Green Bay Mis jury Monday adjudged Henry Hetil guilty of murder in the second decree John Burns the English Socialist that on May 4 next there will be a eral strike of all trades Mrs says gen or eight hours A if Valentine and Hiss Mamie BRAZIL Ind Dec Josie Those mysterious tfonday was Tioonanl in H short r thaw iingstreet and A P Hill arrived and bloody work began Jacksons coin arrived late in the dav atJ enotei U Hill foi a Haute by he ofVrV w Gy Trme a 5ounS nlan recently This city I hey were engaged to be married Opposition to the marriage by Miss Watte parents caused her to leave home A11 the partes returned to Brazil and the pair Were mntvlorl ftiii Miss Heeler a passenger on a train that rail into some coal cans and received Injuries that made her a crijjple for life Got His Sentence Protnptly COLCMBUS Ind Dec How ard the St Louis man who robbed the Bissell hotel bar in this city some days ago was brought into the circuit court Tuesday and on a plea of guilty sen tenced to two years in prisou Homier News Uriah Chanoy and Joseph Ockerman were sawing logs with a crosscut saw on a hillside near BloomSeld Chancy stand ing on the lower side of the log As soon as the log was sawed asunder it started rolling down the hill Chaney in an ef fort to get out of the way of the log stum bled and fell and was crushed to death in stantly The Hon Tesso M Gale Prohibition candidate for lieutenant governor in 1 died Sunday night at Angola Indiana iu His Gale was the founder c member of the Indiana 103 Willis C Wrighler sfcirck nor sugar beensentr c year A School Dmj Schrata was There 13 lxwis of Janesville mscovered by accident tha have recently t they own o WO worth of real estate in Chicago ris of Allegheny Pa Mrs John ey a has left her husband as she says at the command of the spirits who have told her that one Frank King is her true husband During a celebration by the Huy See society at Ta Chu Hsien China re cently the members first plundered the native Christians and then massacred twenty of them Spinners to the number of 130 quit work Tuesday at the Clark Thread New ark and Kearney X J because a man was discharged and the superintendent would not reinstate him J Leslie Thompson a Democratic were married Tuesday night residT Where Entertaining INDIANAPOLIS They left Clifton on Ccnily entertained a few friends Monday afternoon at the arsenal in honor of Mrs Harrison and Mrs McKee the three ladies fifty Mrs Harrison and Mrs and children left mln W aslimgton City Mrs Harrison wa en tertained at luncheon informally by Mr aud Mrs Thomas H Sharpe 11 r tit 1C jjtii1 faiJELSI wneelnorse who has recently returned I igan railroad bv the Mackev rrom the east to Sionv n nQ r iiitrol of the telegraph election of United tates senato rs by the people and other similar measures Illinois Patrons of Huibmulry SPKINGFIELD Ills Dec Grange met in the senate chamber yester day in nineteenth annual convention Governor Fifisr delivered an ad dress of welcome Reports claimed mem bership ia the state of 48000 The dav was devoted to routine work and i he reading of addresses En which legislation for the farmers educaUon for ft nuers boyi The Irish neleUes to Leave XEW YORK nLe OBrien and the other anti Parnell Irish deletes pose ol country Combination of Typ Fonnde CHICAGO Dec Kansas City declares that fron company o with e type foundries olfthe from the east to Sioux Falls S n says that Mr Cleveland told him that he was a candidate for tlie presidency in IMG Jacob Steenbnrgh of Meehanicsville X Y stole aud skipped The sheriff foi owed him and finally landed him in jail but the cost of the performance was just 1400 more than St ten burgh stole A workman named Deetrnn fell from the dome of the state house at Tnpcka Kan Tuesday and was instantly killed He is the ninth workman to meet death while employed on this buildintr in the last five years The death of Lillian Bordner of Sandy rtlle O from aui abortion brings out assertion that of Canton has he has purfornied 190 of these spersftions and never had a DE tient to die before Three unknown men assaulted A J Pritchard ejxmayor of Windsor X C last Saturday night stripped him tied mm to a tree and gave him a terrible whipping The miscreants are supposed to be offenders who felt the weight of justice under Pritchards rulings when he was mayor Bill Xye who is an humorist well tnown to this country has sued James Whitcomb Riley Indianas poet for j 000 alleged to be due on a lecture comI bine which the two tried some months ago i Jpe Mackeys Latest Railway Deal EVANSVILLE Ind Dee 10A special dispatch from New York announces the sale of the Cincinnati Wabash and Mich fQrailroad b theMackey interest to the Cig Four syndicate It says that the matter has been kept very quiet for reasons best known to the parties to the contract and has only become publicly known by the election of Mr Ingalls as president of the Cincinnati Waljash and Michigan and the return of Norman Beckley as gen eral managerfc The Case Against Petiilott COLCMBLS Ind Dec 10A jury was secured Monday in the Petiilott murder ease and the evidence for the prosecution commenced and concluded Tuesday morn ing The testimony clearly proved the murder and also that it was premeditated as it was shown that the dr before the murder Petiilott procured the revolver and spent some two hours south of the city shooting at a mark in order to be in practice but galactaii a subst Stachys of Iosautville abls f ntuu Ule Penitentiary for two scudmg WhiteCap notices to Dr JM Clark of that place Freeland Fetters a brakemaiivon the Wabash living at Andrew was caught be tween the cars and probably fatally in Joseph who hat read the history of the is Fatty Truro Mr The a lickin due me new fish book American ubould yon refuse account of not beinp IWO lourirranr r i aM an legislature in him t be my io 018 K15 Joseph Wasson of Montgomery county was accused of killing a pig valued at by striking the animal with a fence rail and he was prosecuted before a peace jus tic and appealed the case Experts were ca called m the hope of showing that the ho died because of a surgical operation by veterinary in warm weather but after twelve months litigation Wasson has been fined 1 he costs aggregate to which must be added attorney fees and other cx The Distress on Aclilll Island DfBLix Dec The priests on Acuill island have appealed to Chief Secretary Balfour to assist families who i re in actual distress because of the failure of the potato crop there These unfortunate pcoije have ueen reduced to the necessitj of eating diseased potatoes in order to avoid dealh by starvation off my iabstitoot THE MARKETS Chicago Bond of trade oUti May o enod December opened opened cetnber opea closed 55c OauNo opned closed clo d M I ork Decembe Live iitock The Union Stock rwd stock 10 lie off Z4c per doz o bid CornNo BEIFOHD Ind Dec lOThe grand jury bas brought in an indictment of murder in the first degree against John W Felkner for tilling James Terrell atTHuron Xov ey Serious Sinkc u the Union Paeifle OGDEX Utah Dec Cnion Pa cific switchmen in the Ogdeti yards struck Monday and reports from along the line ndicjtte tbu the trouble is serious The iffictilty is on account of a cut 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