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   Logansport Pharos (Newspaper) - December 12, 1890, Logansport, Indiana                                LOGAN8POET DAILY PHAROS 16TU YEA Ft FBI DAY EVENING DECEMBER 12 1890 PAliXELL AT Tis known that boat the world on Ch ristmasHand korchiofs In quantity style nrui pricci So that our Holi day Sao Handkerchiefs has bocorno famous all over tho country and we want to make this sao boat them all Como at on o arxj make your The Irish Caesar Welcomed with Great Enthusiasm received ut Dublin like the pugilist Sul livan by the residuum Davitt declares i that Farnel well knew that his case was a hopeless one ONE MORE MANIFESTO AN ADDEESS PULL OP CONFTDMOE With the A lil of Cork He Proposes to Fear Nobody IJefore 7avlng DabUn He Thnt Tlie Jrlsli IiHiie a Final llanifeato to the Jeopli on Tills OBrien on IunieirH CluiiiiM to Ireland Cliultttom on tlu CoitK Der 12 1wnielJ Jeft Dublin for The Jrjtfh to This Country Ut ter n Final Appeal NEW YORK Dec antiParnell Irish delegates issued another manifesto yesterday It Is largely devoted to a state ment of the situation from the standpoint of the signers when they arrived and the prospect of a victory for the Home Rulers at a general election in England which could not then be much longer deferred the j success of their mission in a financial sense and the effect the money raised would have in the elections in England Cork yesterday arriving here iu tlue time j Then a comparison is made with the sttuo THE TALK GOES ON the year been confined to Texas and the infectious diseases of shrine With both very important results bave j been obtained Concirnina the latter the Senatorial Scintillations Of Wit report that the interest in the investi gation of products is increased by the announcement pf Professor Koch that he has discovered a remedy for tuber culosis II Professor Kochs remedv is of the nature supposed says the report his HIS ESCAPE WHILE HAJTOCtTFFED method consists in the application of a j and Humor BLAIR AND MOBGAN SWAP SETOBTS DESPEJl ADO KUHNS j A Detectives Experience with j Him in Ohio Frye Defemls Supervisor Davenport and discovered here Tulks of Bayonets ami H Declines a Suggestion to Count a Juo Ueport from tlie Jut reuu of Animal Industry Holman Uloeks the Swamp Iantl Indemnity Omcial Nwws Items QUORUM IN THE SENATE Slier man WASHINGTON CITY Dec 12 The senate put in nearly all of yesterday on the elec Proposes That Mortem Count One Hut the Zatter Declines WASHINGTON CITY Dec Vice Pres dent Mortem had an opportunity SVedues 3ay to put into operation in the senate the Reed method of making a quorum by counting members present but not voting He did not take advantage of the r v r 3 f y arrival here after receiving various j I I I ij LX addresses of welcome from committees i i J Iarneli repaired to the chamber of com LUWtlP n UP Designs hut the Bti Wo io Lenvd our rkmanship IV Hpjiilmoii tSons ELS is in I1KOADWAY filled an Entire Now Stock of Miscellaneous Books Pictures Dolls Easels Albums Etc Best Oracle of in town Quote tre Lowest Prices y u can get and 1 will beat thorn easily Tho Stock at the PEARL ST STORE vVill be Gioseti Out Regard less of cost At the stations on the route there were tion now which they admitt to be very i tion Lull Part of the time that bill was Itirte crowds who principally cheered for gloomy and ask Why is this not before the senate but that made no the leader but at uinnv there were dole liscrsilitlnK 1arnells ttorrts difference as speeches agaiost the bill ful groans in reply tothe cheers Upon The manifesto ther goes on to discredit could easily be rung in on the matter that his arrival hen after receiving various lecn i solution for eleven treacherous or that the Hawarden interI hours of work a day During this debate view had much to do with the trouble the Democrats complained that the cb nene where a great crowd had assem They admit that hints of treachery of Engj ject of the resolution was to shut off free bled lie was presented with an address lish statesmen are powerful appeals to the debate and Morgan said it would result in that when the absence of atiuorum dis hy the National league to which he re j Irish people especially when made by such Democrats talking to empty seats per closed by any vote a call of the senate haps with not more than two members must be had Morton directed tie clerk Another Attempted Capture in a Hut Fight with Wrong Apparent of Bigamy at JenVr Legal of Illegiti mate Children To Be for Ieuslou INDIANAPOLIS Dec telegram from Columbus O has the following about the desperado Kuhns who Vas captured In this state a few days ago Probably posed amendment A Majority Wan Present The rules of the senate expressly provide OF OLD HONESTY TOBACCO WILL SOOfl IJ TASJ SWEETER cos Af WILL yoJ ETS TO PLEASE ASK YOUR DEALER FOR IT AND INSIST ON GETTING IT pLUG STAfjpED CUT JFO FINZER BROS Lonisvilfc Ky DiLCWEsrs NERVE AND BRAIN TREATMENT B F nmne solti by ri ajrent Txicansport SURE CURE FOR OATARRH at some length Jn the course of his remarks he said f have come among yon with a proud heart in the belief that while Cork and PirtnIl are united Ire land is united Loud applauseJ I am prouil of Cork which has given me the verdict without even wailing to hear my lide such to support me I need not fear tfie loss of Gladstones trumpery bill which would allow the police to baton tta ivhile the landlords desecrated the coun try lie IXTlnrvs Hiilf Ciinflclont Parnell went on to say that never eveu in Gladstones palmiest days had he dis missed tlie idea I hat Ireland and Glad stone might again be in conflict Nothing could be more absurd than the fable that home was endangered because the Irish were true to their leader He could not look them in the face if he did not apeak true words Continuing he said I am powerful and happy and my ene mies are disgraced anil confounded I have been practically called from sickness jlNfl pain but Cork has dono more than a physicians nieilicines I go forth to bat tle confident of gaining a glorious vic tory No IanieHs audience was fully us demon strative as that which he addressed in Dublin the night before and the scenes of wild enthusiasm in the streets and every where were Tin imtiPnrnell ites made no noticeable attempt nt any counterdemonstration He was met on his arrival here by an enormous crowdand is welcomed with great enthusiasm THE QUESTION IN ENGLAND Oliuwtono Says Fast to Home ftula LONDON Dec left yester day on his way to his home at Hawarden Gladstone upon arriving at Retford depot addressed a ntfoting of persons He said that he had anticipated that the irisli of parliament bv their spontaneous action would settle the pres ent dilHcnUy in the Irisli question The continuance lA Mr Fiiriu11 in tlie leader ship would lit to home rule in Kng land Scotland Jnd Wales Irlih II ii First When Gbuistoms train slowly pulled into t he stut ioi al enormous throng was found awaiting the arrival of the jjreat commoner Gladstone in ad dressing lis hearers earnestly counselled them nut lo abandon Ireland in this hour 3f her dire iuiid because of uny thing which bad happtMiel to one individual With great brevity he explained to his audience lhat the obtaining of necessary and pro gressive leuiIatioii for Kiijglami was an y until the home role question got un oiu of the way iti a manner satisfactory to the Irish people A Llhcrut JLJiiiou Mnnifcstn ht executive the LiberalUnionist association have sniied u manifesto cle lariug that under Pamell tho National ists were always an iintrjustworthy body upon whose picdgts no could be placed and no distinction can be made be tween Parnells present adherents and the majority deposing him The latter for his delinquencies nntl now Micrificed liim only as a means of extorting terms Iron the Liberal allies Xei ther the Juniellitcs nor any other Irish party would ever accept home rule with out ft mental reservation for absolute sep aration anil complete Irish independence Purnells Man in Kilkenny DlHIIN Dec Parnells request John Kelly who was to have stood for parliament in North Kilkenny against Sir John Pope llentieusy McCarthyite has retired retired in favor of Vincent Scolly a wealthy Tiuperury landlord years a member of the National Land league and who recently promised to give a tenth part of his income to the league until na Irish parliament jits in Dublin Scoily has an address to the electors in which he says that though he refused to enter parliament in quieter times duty calls him now and he hastens to obey The bishop of Ossory in whose diocese Kil kenny is situated has advised voters to vote tlnir sentiments u powerful man as Parnell but say that notwithstanding their attachment to their bite lender personal loyalty to kirn now vruuh remit in ruin to the Irish cause Tli y Are Not Mutineers They rep Par noils imputation fchnfc those opposed to his leadership are muti neers and state that the real issue is whether it is humanly possible to win the general election under Parnell s leader with not more than two members present to listen to a speech Itluir Drops into Humor to call the roll when Sherman jumped up and asked the vice president to declare a educational bill some months ago that he had a bitter experience then but he never saw the time when he was reduced to the ridiculous number of only two senators for an audience The reason that he bad ship and it the loss of the general election then was tlmt he 6ntertam is the certain and indisputable price of Blair said alluding to the defeat of the Quorum present as it was evident a ma Ireland Ornux Dec first news Uiat reached PflvuelJ yesterday morning was anything but welcome but he never flinched The that tho enemy had made a flank movement and reraptured Lniteil Ireland didnt seem to worry bjoj much As soon us he was ready he went to the c Slice with his friends broke into the bulding iHmmed the guard and took possession again Then the doors and win dows were barred and the sheriff put a force i f deputies inside to see that ithe garrison was not driven out Parnell grew excited before he was through iiitid wielded a crowbar with good effect on he iloor of the orVee retaining him They insist that without the aid of tho Liberals the Irish are help less to obtain home rule and also tlmfc Parnell knows it but continues to insult those who alone can secure what he pro fesses to desire Appeal to the Irlah People In conclusion they appeal to the Irish people and say that if they decide in Par nells favor they will bow to the sentence that releases them from political lives of ceaseless anxiety and toil Jf tlie verdict is tlie other way they say it will result in the triumph of the Irish cause will secure the good will of the English people for Ire land and will stimulate the Irish on this side of the water to renewed vigor IB the cause and result in the subscription of such abundant funds that Tory coercion will be overthrown at the next general election t The Seizure of Uiilt4nl I re 1 ami In an interview yesterday OBrien re ferring to the report that Parnell holds a great majority of the shares in United Ire land said it was not true The shares which stand nominally in his name are less than half the share capital of the company Mr Parnell is not aud has not been for nearly five years past a director of the company He ceased to be so at his own desire about five years ago for the ex press purpose of guarding himself from all pecuniary or criminal responsibility for that paper That responsibility f have myself borne wholly throughout all these years1 He addejl that the seizure had not a shallow of legal tight Views Timothy Hairington in an interview yesterday said that he had maintained silence hitherto upon the unfortunate break in the Irish party because a general discussion could but lessen the chance of reaching a harmonious understanding He fails u see the force of the reasoning or the opposition to Parnell Political ex pediency suemed to be the only argument they had lor ousting Parnell from tle leadership and he believes the Irish pco plewill Hunt tho idea of shrowing over board their leader for any such cause as the vagttti and indefinite promises which Gladstone has given of home rule Postponed Their lepartiire On account of the delay of the sailing of the sfeunierLa Champagne pBrien and Gill have changed their plans and will sail on the Obdam for Rotterdam on Sat urday instead From Rotterdam they will proceed to Paris to meet Parnell Timo thy Harrington sails for home Saturday on the Etruria BOUND TO HAVE BLOOD The Indians Having Jto Soldiers to Kill Attack Eutli Other PIXK RIDGE AUKXCY S D Dec 12 fired of waiting for the soldiers to come mid get killed the Indians iu the Bad Lauds have begun fighting among them selves Thia news was brought Wednesday night by both government scouts and friendly Indians and is reliable The buttle took place Wednesday in the amphitheatre of Grass valley Two Strike and his followers circled around Short Bull aud his followers all the fore noon actively skirmishing each leader bound thiU his supremacy as chief of the whole body should be acknowledged Twenty to Forty GooU Indians The killed are reported all the way from twenty tp forty As the scouts and friend lies had to escape during the confusion the result of the skirmishing is notknown Gen lirooke seut Little Bnt nud five other Indians back with old Two Strike under the agreement made iu the council that one should return each day ami report the progress of the reds incoming in Mot one of these men has returned but all are held close prisoners of war It is reported that Little But hasbeen killed but the report is not verified Iircd Engineer Cwoley Want to Think It Over Dec a meeting of the mu nicipal coiuuil of Kilkenny held yester day a resolution was adopted rescinding the vote of confidence in Pariiell which I they had passed at a recent meeting An l amendment was submitted that an ad journment be taken until vtek to air low ot discussion ou a reso T m signiify iug their adhereuco to the J iVrthy ac lion CHICAGO Deo Engineer Cool ey of the Chicago sanitary district who las been badgered continuously by the drainage trustees for the past four weeks Judge Prendergast being chief badger was summarily bounced by the trustees Wednesday and Gen JohnC Xewton of Xew York temporarily put in his place bour of five of Cooleys chief assistants im mediately resigned when they received no tice of the bounce and the civil engineers convention in session fn this city as comment on the action the trustees dropped all other names for president and unanimously elected Cooley ie trouble WJs over reports and expense Business Rushing for RdliVe SHEUBEOOKE Que Dec the executioner of Birchall has arrived here to hang Blanehard the American who killed his friend in a drunken quar rel Mext Thursday he goes to Welland to hang Day the Xiagora Falls murderer and the following morning he is again due here to execute Remi Lamontague ing LLaughler All that Democratic senators had to do was to summon their intellectual faculties if they had uny I and then they could get audi ences Prompt Retort Morgan said that if there was weakness on the Democratic side of the chamberit was because the senator from New Hamp shire had his seat on that side of the cham ber and watered the stock Democrats could attract an audience he said if they had some charlatan to perform contin ually on a high trapeze Butunfortu nately they could not put forth a man with ttie genius af talking six weekfi at a time ou such a dead and damned subject as the educational bill Tho KlectUm Hill Again Tlie time was thus occupied until 2 p m the resolution going over without action and the election bill came up Wil son spoke iu favor of it then Frye took the Iloor in reply to Daniels denunciation of Supervisor Davenport of New York He said that every time anybody attacked Davenport they retired beaten House in vestigations had been made and the ac cusers of Davenport had been snowed un der by the facts He had been brought into court five times and every time ac quitted BayoiietH Ueliiinl Ballots Referring to the present election law he said lie did not think the law onetenth wide enough op onetenth elastic enough If it were necessary to put n bayonet bftr hind every ballot he would be in favor of putting a bayonet behind every ballot Applause and hisses in the gallery He then eulogized Davenport and denounced Judges McCann and Barnard of Xew York who iu seventy days had naturalized 37000 persons Uariirl on iryes Remarks Daniel commented upon Fryes declara tion as to associating a bayonet with every ballot That was the senators conception of a bayonet and a ballot aide by that was not the conception of a republic which its fpunders had and was not the conception of a republic which the American pejple had today A Claim if Misquotation said If it was necessary to se cure a free ballot is much virtue in an if This bill has got a bayonet with every yoter if the supervisor oi election chooses to put it there Daniel admitted that elections in Xew York city hail been puri fied but claimed that the result was due uot to Mr Davenport but to the good citi zens of both political parties Tho Congressional Brief WASHINGTON CITY Dec the sen ate yesterday the bill for a public build ing at Sioux City la was sent to confer ence A resolution was passed instructing the postofflce committee to investigate the subject of postal savings banks Plumbs resolution providing for early meetingand night sessions was debated until 2 oclock when the election bill was taken up and Wilson of Iowa and Frye made speeches on it In lhe house the fortifications and print ing deficiency appropriations bills were pnsseu also the bills providing for the re moviil of causes from state courts to pre vent the manufacture of counterfeit dies and to provide u penalty for the altera tion of election returns with intent to affect the result The bill to indemnify purchasers of swamp lands was debated without final action jority of senators weein the chamber He asserted that Morton could count a quorum himself instead of ordering the roll called Wonlil Have Been Some Fun Harris began a protest against such a course Vu before he had uttered the first sentence Morton quieting both Sherman and Harris told the clerk to go ahead with the call and the Ohio senator had nothing more to say It had looked for a moment as if there was fun ahead for the Demo crats would not have sat silent while such a precedent was established as that pro posed by Sherman HOLMAN POSTPONED ACTION The Point of Quorum Successful Asainst the Snuiup Land WASiitMiTox CITS Dec great objector Holman postponed action ac tion probably favorable yesterday on the bill to indemnify purchasers of swamp lands and to reimburse the states for lands due them under the swamp lands Unel Between and Son GAIXESVIIXE Tex Dec fatal duel took place Tuesday in Paines Valley Hoaly Ftel Hnppy Dec Healy is I much disgusted by his reception in DubL T between Senator Paul r heChick Hn where he narrowly escaped violence at nsavr legislature and his 5 L Joe Paul l the hands of the crowd He has heretoin which the latter was kille luj father fore always mec with an enthusiastic recei vet a dangerous wound in ue thigh greeting in that city was not will recover It is said the difficulty TOR OYEK FIFTY YEARS j pared for such a complete revolution of of a Quarrel over a woman old SoTereignRernedy has stood the public sentiment Ha is makinsr ready rjifayettes Dead st and the best known however to take the field agamst Par puits Dec 12Senator FrancoisEd BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY A Report Tliat Slunrs It to Have Done Valuable Work y CITY Dec secre tary of agriculture has sent to congress the annual report of the chief of the bu reau of animal industry The report says hat year has passed without the dis covery of pleuro pneumonia in any new listrict Xo cases have been discovered in New York except on Long Island none u Pennsylvania none in Marsland since October 1SSS Xew Jerseys condition has mproved rapidly and there is no conta fion iin any other states The efficiency of he department methods is Csmonstrated y the fact that the disease has been con Ined to the restricted areas on the At lantic seaboard which have from the first been recognized as infected Kxpnses anil Other Facts total expenses of the work during She year have been of which SS55U ivas spent for cattle The number of the affected cattle during the past year was r24 the number the year previous The decrease in the number of cattle slaughtered has been steady ever since the work of eradicating the disease During the mouth of October 18UQ no cases of disease vrere found and tlie bureau I lraw5 the conclusion from these facts that the time is approaching when pleuropnenmouiia will be I eradi cated in the United States The Texms Fever Infevt Concerning the act He did it with his little objection in this case that there was not a quorum present Pnyson sniil the bill had been favorably reported in three successive con gresses by unanimous vote of the commit tee Mullae of Arkansas also advocated its passage s did Jjlunclmrd of Louisiana and Howell o Illinois Wily It Was Opposed Buchanan of Xew Jersey said he knew that under the swamp lands act lands bad been selected tliiit never had been swamp lands since the dove came back to the ark with the oive brunch in its beak Hoi man insisted that many of the grants wen fniudulen and cor pt He said the states were driving n hard bargain with Lucle Sam in the mutter aud finally just as the rose to close the debute he discovered that there was no quorum and that settled it and tho house ad jourod Interest Hue on New Vearrt lny WASHINGTON CITY Dec state ment prepared nt the treasury department shows that ot on Jjui 1 interest will be due on only ot 0 per cent bonds the incerest on of those bonds having been anticipated On 4 per per cent bonds interest will he due on regiMterod und cou pon botds Kulnsod to Iardou an Indiana Man WASHINGTON CITY Dec presi dent his refused a pardon to Horace C Douglas of Indiana convicted of violation of postal laws lu tlie case of V E Stevens of Michigan convicted of embez zlement the president has commuted the seutente of live years to three years im prison nent 7he Presidents Wife Arrives WASHINGTON CITY Dec Harrison and Mrs Me Ceo und the chil dren arrived here yesterday afternoon from their Inme iu Indiana They were met by the president at the railway station 1mheios Nomination Confirmed WASIINLHON CITY JJec senate yesterdiy continue1 the nomination of Ronuntldo Paciieco oE California to be minister to the Central American states on the lookout for criminals for whom ra wards are offered located Kuhns at farmhouse near Sbodeville twelve mile siouth of here In order to secure the S2i reward that Indiana officials were offer ing Mahony drove to Shodeville an placed Kuhns under arrest It was late i the afternoon when he reached Shodeville and the drive to Columbus was mad after dark He Didnt Know Mtui Mahony does not seem to have know the desperate character of bis prisoner a though he put handcuffs on him Just aa they reached the suburbs of Columbu Kulms sprang to his feet and briiigir his shackled hands down on the detective head knocked him senseless from th buggy and drove away leaving the office lying senseless und bleeding in the road where a farmer on his way Co eurjy mom ing market found him Nothing heard of Kuhns for some months Ma hony recovered in a few weeks Final he heard that the desperado was ai Washington Court House and calling to to XBBREVIATEDTELEGRAMS Tarbw dealers in worsted goods at Xew York assigned Thurs The story that many miners were to be evictei soon at Falrmount W Va is pos itivelycpnied Twobig cats attacked Louis Rodinkoff a pedder iu Xew York the other night and seerely bit and scratched him Chitf Ma yes of the Cherokee nation has bien offered by the Lucas Cattlecompany of Colorado for the Cher kee strip Dr Aelti has been elected president and M Haiser vice president of the Swiss re public for JSStl Dr Welti is at present vice piesident The conductors ami trainmen on both divisions of the Colorado Midland be tweenLeadvilie and Grand Junction have strucklor higher wages The 5 yearold girl Esther of Cyrus Duttei living north of Alliance O was burne to death Tuesday morning in the fire wlich destroyed Darters house The Kentucky court of appeals has struck the great game of poker a blow be his aid another detective they went capture him A Fellow That Looked Like KnhiiB It transpired afterward that Kuhns had been there a few days before but had gone when the detectives arrived AsMahon had seen him only after night he was no sure as to his features and mistook an other man for him When the detectives attempted to arrest thin man he resisted A desperate fight ensued in which the tin fortunate man who resembled Kuhns wa terribly beaten It was feared for some days that he wpuld die as concussion of the brain followed The detectives were inrested aud for some time it looked as though the charge of assault would be changed to murder But the victim sur vived and the detectives got out of the scrape by paying about doctor bills SEEMS TO HAVE TWO WIVES A OneTime Jefferson Man Who Ii Umli a Decided Clouil JEFFEKSOXVILLE lud Dec This city is discussing a charge of bigamy A K Tucker formerly an under taker and furniture dealer here aud his order the Golden Cross is investigating ic In March 1888 he left town and his family suddenly for Terre Haute accom panied by Mrs Gray the divorced wife oi James Gray who was in the penitentiary far robbing the postoffice at Memphis Tucker returned and is now living with wife Xo 1 in Louisville A telegram from County Clerk John C Warren of Vigo says that Tucker obtained no divorce there Wllllie Somebodys Business Yet a letter from the Rev Mr Towne of 1crre Haute to Bain commanding Golden Cross says he married Tucker to Miss Kachael Dippo April 8 at his home If this is true Tucker has two wives At one time he was a welltodo and highly respected man but he dissipated a fortune which his wife brought him and is now living in poverty In an interview he de nied that he was divorced but does not deny the second marriage and his daugh ters says it is nobodys business anyhow A Rumor About Raum INDIANAPOLIS Dec 12 Indianapolis Re publicans are circulating the report that he resignation of Pension Commissionfr Flaum will soon be demanded by the pres ident and that Gen Fred Knottier of this city will be appointed to the vacancy Kneffler was Harrisons first choice for the place and but for the objection raised against so many Indiana men getting office coupled with the clamor of old sol diers for Tanner he would have been se ected He was pension agent of this dis bursing district for several years and is a nan of large executive ability A Radical Change of Law INDIANAPOLIS Dec A bill is being drafted which Senator Thompson of thin city will introduce in the legislature pro viding for a radical revision of the Indiana law relating to children born out of wed lock In brief the provisions of the bill will be that when a child without legal T he Hatter and Furnisher 1 flCT UPON THE In faithfully serving my customers I do lustice both to the Customer and myself My past record has proved it My increased business will show it With my trade built upon this solid foundation I am entitled to and ask you lor your patronage P J H 00 LEY 323 PearlSt THtf TAILOR school house two miUs northwest of this city caught Ire from a ilifcctive Hue just above tlie vntrnnue Mru wis not ilia lllvrr Whle boring a well on his vineyard covered until the ceiling began falling in an1 oanRpry situated on the outskirts The teacher a lady and the thirty pupils of Eix nlini Fla Henry llardiMstle re after much difficulty escaped through a ceiitlv struck wbit must be an immense were slialltlv nurtoss idorround river and which poured insurance in the Queen oi its ter forth at such a tremendous rate that the tnon who wvre doing the iV liajiirny ciuuiKxN Us Name boring narrowly escaped biitiguvertaken lAKAioLis Dec Indianapoby tll Hood which down lis Decutnrund Western Railway comside ill the slight incline on which the pany has changed its name to the Indianfruit farm us situated had soon worn it apolis Decatur and Quincy and i chartei chann 1 to the dry bed of an ancient an extension of tin creek This it soon tilled with a rusli firious tidy which finally into the Apalaohicola an has continued to flow unchecked or with out Bijms of diminishing Tlie water is clear sparkling and very cold with only a slight mineral flavor Liverpool has been secured for line from Decatur Ills to the ultimate purpose beinir to build to Quincy Assaulted HvrKlrnl ROCKIORT lud Dec night In the pOstolnce Miss Anna Brown was us eaulted by Miss Bettie Love with mim by the thousands have been thrown Proviso slungshot and received injuries out and are of several varieties that will probably prove fatal Jealousy ruca was the cause of the trouble of wlich are of a kind unknown to ichthy alogists being perfectly colorlew ifooNirr News Notes while others are transiuoent and gelat Michael goiters of Washington fa nous and all are without cyesand very tally shot himself Thursday wTiile hunt except a few of a sort resembling MS our pickerel and which measure from John G Twin fa an aged German who a foot to and half feet in length lived alone near I jiPortc was found dead an1 ar provided with very large pointed n his house Thursday teeth Jevan Mount u furmtr of Atlanta wo Grest damage has been done to Iraggod by a vicious horse upon the Lake fruit and vines and Mr Hardcastle got Srie track where an oncoming train iug no prospect of the Hood abating hat offered a reward to stimulate the Alex Bivens killed a fulgrown deer nuity of the local engineers to find on his farm two miles north of Uedford way of controlling and utilizing e nesuaj water Pexple from miles around very critical condition at his home in spirits have l Times ioshen MAGGIE BEYERS REVENGE he Cuts Up u Silk Dress and Starts a Novel IComliitrilment NEW YORK Dec Miss Nellie Crosby orewoman of the girls department in the Lead Pencil Companys factory i Hoboken has procured u warrant for e anest of Miss Maggie IJeyer of Tl illow avenue Holwken Miss IJeyer ros until Friday lsst one of the MO girls department Miss Crosliy jscharged her on that day for ess Ou Saturday Miss Beyer returned o the factory with a pair of scissors in her ocket and waited until she got an oppor unity to go to a closet where Miss Crosby ept her silk dress which she wore going o and returning from business A New for THE MARKETS Chicago CIWAOO Dec II Boar C trade quotations were as fol lows upeaed S jjjr January xpinixl Mljr lw May Hsi cltjwsd CornSo xpooeil clows January and May rfoacd WKO 2 Ueremlivr oiwnnd c ofted January optDed Stay opened Iork Do cemlwr ojwnel aiid SxlD January opncd SlDtS closed 5 11 W opened Si iifl4 clotwd 585 LivestockThe Union Stock Yards report the fo lowing Market i nd pries Bteady liifht grades 3OI rough pacWnjr miid ox of pins and threw them by the haud ul into the faces of her wouldbe captors hese missiles proved very effect fc Thev uncturecl the skin of the girls whom they ruck icausing temporary pain and uickiy cleared a way for Miss JU e SheepChristmas sheep lambs parentage is born the mother shall tile complaint in the circuit court against the cape Miss Crosby cried all dav Sundav father If the parentage of the child is over the ruin of her dress established in law the child is to take its fathers name is to be cared for and edu cated by him and is to be his heir ff Megan the Road In Earnent BRAZIL Ind Dec work of con Tho Power of the Speaker There are two phasr to the methods by which the American house Prodi ico ButterFancy separator per Ib dairies finest 2l523c ilJCVllc EggBIiesh fuss doz atorJf poultryHens y t upting chickens fancy 8c on diwks wi j turkeys Kt rose y bu red rose Hebron Peerlws sentatives exercises it work struetiDg the Louisville Xew Albany and proceedings Chicago coal branch from Bainbridge to Brazil began in earnest Wednesday at a session One tbe U the brain which York XEW YOHK Ic IJ won ui the game can be recovered by Ian road will be finished to Carbon at The mail ashore night has become a total wreck once Tail steamer Xepaui which went aud later to Brazil vrith Evansville as the speaker Ee not only makes the com off Plymouth Eng Wednesday destination This road will be niittees in the first place with the wid 3 i Oats h Barley tween the eyes by declaring that money point eight miles north of Brazil The Over both are the power May CornXo I mii and the shadow and the direction of the December stHo do Jantari Were dull but steady No do May S2c im tuii iu Nominal Her flmshed to Brazil by next summer in tim est sort of latitude as to men and their LardQuiet Livestock CattteTraJinir moderately ac tive poorest to beet natiro steers 7 y 100 fts bulbs and drycoivs sheep and LamlwSaeep linn lambs a shade bigh er sheep y Mi its lambs Murder CUM j the house itself who shapes tilings very HogsMarket lower live hogs Ind The testi ninch as he would have them or as lie Not jmedy fir Catarrh Cold in the Head nells candidate in Kilkenny The mswt moud du Moteir de la grandson uu jUadache Persist in its use and from Kilkenny is favorable to Parnell I Of Gen La Fayette is at the of it wit efftft a cure no matter oi cow r veirs Jong Staudinsr the case may be 1 Received by KesWatun j For sale by druirinsts LOSDOS Dec Davitt in an Aflam Eipress company will not I jester4aT aud i pOrt lottery herealter to ear Miss Lucy Drexel of Xew York a cousin of thtMiss Drexel who is now a Roman moI1T of Mrs Von Miller a clairvoyant may think it best they should be Cathoic nun was married Thursday to whom Petillott consulted in order to in that he does not want done ia Eric E DahJgren of Washington City by duce his wife to return and live with him done nearly everything he does want is ArchlJshop Corrigan cieated a slight sensation in the court effected At tie session of the Illinois National room Thursday The defense also exam Thia does not necessarily imply tyran I Guard convention Thursday in Chicaio physicians to show the of alco ny on his is in the naurp of Col Fred Bennitt of tcl on the mental faculties i used to things the aisociation and Cols Barkley aud Ziegfed vice presidents J I M Irby he Farmers tut i JiisQei i at the time of the discovery of Texas fever i candltiltfe was elected by the South Car excess The evidence close the argument to the n Ixgun Allianct wllich was limited to two on both sides olina legislature in joint session Thurs day tothe United States senate to succeed Senator Wade Hampton the report says tJbat t iese hnve not l3en ex ten it i eist ot tiie Mississippi river There is no doubt however that the Gulf and Atlantic state are infected with to tile ame degrej as Texas T siioalil be tin1 of tattle coming rom them The effect of he established in the west has been extremely beneficial The losses during ocean voyages have been so much nrv Th less than usual that insurance is said to nave been over 50 per cent This from Sp m yesterday For IowaColder faij If true means a Having to shippers of more weathe northerly winds For Michigan than JIOOO000 oonsinfndiana and fair westh Kochs Dincoverr Anticipated r noihwesterly TiniJs The The BHentific work of the bureau dni Cairo He Adcuowledjpred the Slauder BPAZIU Ind Dec In the o A man cannot become ami the aid of his part rwl when a majority party chooses a spvaVer it is its duty to stand by him It has made him king can do no wrong kings do wrong of course as ail kings Washington City the other daywa5burie4 Thursday Rev D Douglass of St Johns Episccpal chuch officiating We Iay j damage suit brought by Miss A Crea tbey followers iosesRjsley in the Putnam city IeehngS theur 8abJects deiamation of character a coJ Bot was reached Wednesday The defendant acknowledged to Ubel ano paid plaintiff The latter wat charged with a report that he bad caught the former in a compromising position with the minister Hev Sir covered that there is no profit in quarrel ing with a speaker Better bow the kne latter WM and get what you cap Maggie Mitchell has secured a four entitled Lady Tom She will produce j elaborate scenic effjcte and her i to POWDER Absolutely Pure mem Hopon Auir 17   

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