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   Logansport Pharos (Newspaper) - December 17, 1890, Logansport, Indiana                                LOGANSPORT DAILY PHAROS iOTH YEAE WEDNESDAY EVENING DECEMBER 17 1890 NO 198 TIs well known that vvo beat the world on ChristmasHand korchiefs in quantity style arrJ price So that our Holi day Sale of Handkerchiefs has become famous all over the country and wewant to make this saioboat them all Corno ft ano make your seloction POLITICS IN EJ41N Parnell Almost Knocked Out of the Campaign BUNDED WITH A BAG OF A1ICKK11KXTM OIKKA IIOiSK IJCIIAN WEDNESDAY DEC J7 immltr the t Hitloricill hitr as it TJII KMfvnvr iiieil Iv dint Iiistlniriiiaheil Artiste D P Bowers CfitfHo of Accomplished will IJL piiScnUM UIK Historical TrtitfoOy HENRY VIII Ariiiir Scrrwry t 1iiult tind tippru c arc rich nc ire Oiir mill Sale of scut ins i JiTftniMT 1 nit Unit tUore hc import ti urtitircpui ICilllMMtl tttlt i tins itttraciimi ami tho li 11 nf I lie Stars will uL lUMJTfllKllt all thlliUl lully UM Dont Forgot the CLOSING OUT SALE GIFFE3 Book Store PearlSt UnliCMisd of JIiuKfiinri PICTURES PLUSHES DOLLS Hooks of all klmis iii our iiniu tluus Ho will not fjfkLn niiiist tin January to Citlen NewStore iwiiy Urhiivoii hiv HUP of Novel nth iforc ami hooks than nt nii in irt fhvup prices FURNITURE Ghs THL LOWEST Our None but the Best Workmanship Allowed to Leave our Salesroom avejou tried The Leader Oreat Agony hut la All UlBlit AsiiiiiUiivitt Mauled and Many Iftnuli Ue ceptUm ut Cork Kqimlly Kven Noli Safe from Violence Kxcliuiaged ami Fighting All Lib BALLINAKILL accom panied by Father Of ralloran arrived in the city square yesUnlay and addressed the There wviv cheers and counter chcern and dinircnt partisan shouts from the members of various and much diiorder A i Davitt Ida speech a with William Redmond and Father Ryan uncl other Parnellites drove to the 1iwer part of the park Red mond spejilaiL simultaneously with tJavitt Anothir crmvd headed by Tan ner several priirvts also appeared on the abuut the surm time and the conlusifHi was iniUScribrJjle In the niilst of the uproar Iainoll and a larger party ol his supporters made their appear ance They were jiruereit by shouts of Tally IKI thu fox behind Kittys skirts and offensive from tinanti Ilirnclliti s H hiie the faction ro plied with violent attacks upon icir enMiif i Grown Viry Ilirncll adlnsscd thu crowd in his vi ciuity saying tiat by would not insult anybody umiccissaiily but in regard to IIiMiiTy h was a nan who went to par liament in JKH as a Tory ami supporter of Disnuli iml now vanUlto go as a Lib eral ami a supporter ot Jhutstone Iu Ujt Henntsxy ielcmled in the bouse of com mons lliu evictions then proceeding throughout Kims county Yells of To with him Kilkenny take OH lur tvptvseiitarive a man who advocated the extermination of these peo ple Oics of Tlie disorder Increased ccintinually while Paruell was speaking and at this point there were nrmy lights on in the square Tlie melee liecame almost general black thonn and ashplar t sticks bting used vigorously s Juvltt Iuert Up Duvitt took a pivirimmnt part iu tde figliLlng and soon started for the wagon from which tariull speitking lie re ceived many blows mid was pretty badly used up before lie was compelled to desist from his purpose of inctting Parnell face to face litshouter Men of Kilkenny I came here to defend the right of public meeting ami liberty of speech but our op ponents sent their blaekguards to inter rupt us Hut we have beaten them buck I never wns struck by mi Kuglishman in my life but 1 have been struck today times by my own countrymen1 Illy remarks roused his partisans to renewed istratiuas of anger Tho police finally dispersed the combatants An Invitation to Iuriiell The PitrnelUU1 paity drove to Castle comer ami Davitt and Tanner soon mode bhiir appearance in the latter place also They at onre begjiu to address open air meetings dilating upon the events that h ui just occurred at iiallinskill and as serting that Iaiuell had brought a mob of hirelings to attack them Parnells carriage while passing hooted and Davitt sent weird to Iaruoll that if he would come anil stand by him Davitt he would guarantee him a peaceable hear ing Not Treating Hut Fighting Parnell replied I nm not in a posi tion to treat I am only in a position to light Then atldressing a small audience he said he vultieil the quality and not the quantity of bis bearers lie expressed confidence that tlie voice of Kilkenny would bt for liim spoke in an impas sioned vein declaring that he would not assail any one nor would he ask permis sion to speak from a cock sparrow like runner or a jaekdaw like Davitt A WORK Somebody 31lnN Puriicll nltli n Hag ol A body of Davitts partisans coming up mother row occurred During the scrim mage some miscreant threw a bag of lime at Pariifll It struck him full ia the face imcl the lime filled hieyes blinding him and causing jm iiitens His car rime was jut driving away when the lime was throvn Alter riding some dis tance he was obliged to alight at a labor ers cabin ill a fainting condition A doc tor WHS railed but ctiiild do little to as nagc tinpain lie urged that Parnell should be drivjii immediately to Kilkenny for proper treatment The start was made but Parnell was nimbleto endure the agony and mini her stop had to be made at a hotel on the road Tlie LcmlcEiTeiitliiirurlly lUsnlleil Another ctocfcr here endeavored to re lieve the sulterer by applying castoroil to bis eyes and attempting to scrape oft the lime witli the point of a lead pencil Some slightrelief was thus afforded and Par nell finally reached the Victoria hotel in Kilkenny ho had to th led to a room luing unable to use his eves A surgeon was summoned who staled that nil the lime was removed from the eyes but that Parnell vasstill sulTeriug greatly aud will iroably be disabled for a time He anticipates that the results will not bo serious IjATta is announced early this morn Ing that Iarnell is better and tt will be able to go out today while the Parhellites held a rival meet ing outside The mayor presided at a meeting of the Parnell lejidership committee yesterday He announced that satisfactory progress was being made and that a fund vronld be started to meet expenses I Struck It Off Unanimously Loxoox Dec action of the Ed j inburgtown council in striking Parnells i name from the list of citizens of the town was taken at a full meeting of the council j and the resolution providing for the eras j lire of his name was adopted by a unani mous vote JLiuitl League DUBLiy Dec a meeting of the Parnell section of the National League 5esteiday the receipts for the past fort night were announced as includ ing from Scully The speakers bit terly denounced Gladstone Korced to Itesign LONDON Dec OConnor ed itor of The Leinster Leader at Harlbor ough has resigned owing to Parnellite pressure The ownerof the paper is James Carew M P for Kildare THE APPORTIONMENT BILL Its Opponent H Have Their Say Against the Measure WASHINGTON Crrv Dec was considerable opposition in the house yes THE SP0110F WAE Families and Tents of Sitting Bulls Braves OUTRAGEOUSLY MEAN OF HIM i BEADY FOE A MOB A Missouri Young Jlaii Deserts His Glr and Her Dress i MEXICO Dec is sadness EvansviUs Prepares to Receive i and disappointment in the home of Alex Judge Lynch I Davis who lives three miles southwest this city The Old Medicine Mans Body and That of His Son in the Hands of The Troops Redskins Hilling Place Sur rounded and Starvation Likely to Fight for the Quiet at Fine Awaiting Developments An other Reported Filglit STANDING ROCK AGENCY X D Dec IT courier has come in from the scene of Mondays battle with the Indians where Sitting Bull was killed and reports that there has been no more fighting The hostiles upon the approach the cavalry took to flight head ing westward for the Bad Lands The troops pushed sifter them with the in tention of bringing them back so the agency if possible It is thought the re treating band will strike for the Little Missouri river their trail westward being along a fork of the Grand river Addi tional troops have been hurried on from Fort Yates two companies of infantry His daughter Miss Dee Davis BUCKS MAZE FOE THE BAD LA2JDS was to have been married hist Thursday but her loving John Thonuw for some son failed to be present A feast had been prepared the guests and the minister were present the prospective bride was waiting but the groom was absent Minutes of i waiting developed into hours and still he did not come Kan Offwith the Tronssean Thomas and a brother of the bride were in the city Thursday and paid for and took away the brides trousseau Thomas stat ing that he was to wed Miss Davis They PBOMKES HIM A GOOD TIME Monnt Vernon People Dont Want to Wait tlie Laws Due Process Hut Prob ably Miss Huitlies Saw Wliile In a Trance Kills a Man and a House to otes EVASSVILLE Ind Dec telegram from Mount Vernon says The people of this place were in a terrible state of ex have not been seen since in the city or citement Monday night the result of im vicinity although search has been made assault on Saturday night on Miss Hattie I8 Vhat became of them is a mystery Rel Tente daughter of a leading merchant by atives and friends of both parties are Dan McAllister William Sugg and John and no reason can be given for the young mans conduct A CHANCE FOR SAMSONS Cyr the Quebec Womler Looking for a Competitor NEW YORE Dec champion man of the world Louis Cyr of and D Ramsey three negroes The young lady was passing along the street when she was suddenly caught in the arms of Sugg and the three attempted to drag her into an alley Her screams caused the brutes to leave her nearly dead from fright and ter rible struggling The whole town seemed aroused On Sunday Sugg was arrested terduyto the apportionment bill intro havillg out Moaday to reialoroe Ask your Acalerfoir it i I Insist on tryinq it Controvert Henly LONDON tkc OShea ivrites to The Timrs tluvt he is taking meusures tosecuiv ntvilfiil coniiit of others to piwluce to rvfiUf Jtr Healys false statements about tin election con tests at i 1SS5 accl in MCARTHYS WARM RECEPTION Corkonians Make Tbinjrs Intcrestliig Tor Asssii CORK Dvc large e ol at the railway sat ion yesu an hour previous to the cmiug of McCarthy and Healy aud their associates ami made a tierce and hostile demonstration on their arrival Sticks wer brandished in the air and a few tights ensued between mem bers of the two factions Priests who tried to pacify the people were brutally at tacked Canon Lyons who is 70 veals old was knocked violeatlv to the ground Fa ther Barrett being struck turned on hia assailants and called them cuwards McCarthy Hustliil ami Hooteil McCarthy was hustled about by the j mob and prevented from reaching his car riage duced the census committee most of it touting from York owing to tlie claim of New York city for an additional member on the alleged mistakes in the enumeration of that city Jlowcr protest oil against the passage of the bill in disre gard of the wellfounded criticisms of the census by tho people From Oregon to York the people had protested that they were improperly counted yet it was proposed to push this measure through congress He offered an amendment in creasing to thirtyfive the representation fiom New York York Objectors Spinoia said that the pending measure was an absolutely political piece of legis lation The secretary of the interior had written a blackguard impudent letter which was unworthy to emanate from any man calling himself a gentleman though his name might be Noble His lettei would have sounded well at a crossroads meeting from the section of the country from which the secretary cume Cummings presented tlie grounds upon which New York city had challenged the census He was in favor of increasing the representa tion to McCarthy stated that it was perfectly clear that the census had been incorrect not alone in New York but in other states and these inaccuracies should be corrected Startling Claims from the South Mills said he would vote for the bill but he criticised the census bureau It was not right he said to refuse to enumerate people of certain localities becnnse of dif ference of political opinion Tlie loss in tlie enumeration of his own state was 5 000000 McKae of Arkansas gave notice of an amendment to increase the repre sentation to HSU This would give Arkan sas Minnesota and New York which were near tlie fraction an extra representative each Peel of Arkansas declared that three in five counties in his state had not been enumerated and no effort made to enumerate them of Partisanship Outhwaite of Ohio said that the whole census ought to be revised and retaken Representation should be apportioned to population and not according to political schemes Yaux of Pennsylvania claimed that the census had been got up by the Republican party just as that party had got up the force bill in order to secure a representation in the house which could not be secured by an expression of tho people Hljrgs of California complained that San Francisco had not had a fair enumeration and he ascribed it to the fact that not one enumerator wns a Demo crat Agreement for n Vote Blount of Georgia was also in vigorous opposition Frank of Missouri Dunnell and other Republicans defended the bill and after all tlie opposition there was no rouble in coming to an agreement that ifter two hours debate today the pre vious question shall be considered as or dered FRIGHTFUL NEWS FROM THE ALPS Sfx Men Swept OVCT a Precipice 3500 Feet High PAKIS Dec news of a horribl the men on Grand river The LLst of Killed and Wounded There is nothing new reported about the fight which was bnef and as described in Quebec is in this city with a view of find ing a foeman worth of his steel It is his The Inevitable Lynching Talk There were threats of lynching Sun i first visit to the metropolis and he is bei niKht but a strong guard around the 1 Jng lionized iu athletic circles The Que wlVLtl tue prisonersneck Monday becian has the record of having lifted he wns Svcn a preliminary hearing aud S33J pounds of pigiron without artificial allowed bond in the mini of 4500 which he these dispatches yesterday The sudden means Although he has barely passed his wns unable to furnish Monday evenin arrival of the cavalry and Hotchkiss and DEVVENTER The Hatter and Furnisher Gutling guns quickly put the redskins to flight The cavalry followed for but a 37th birthday he tips the scales at 364 threats of lynching were again ward pounds and stands S feet 10 13 inches ID and crowds of men gathered on street coi ners and for fear they would carry out their threats Deputy Sherill Wade ami his stocking feet Will Itet from to S10OOO an assistant smuggled Sugg into a car short distance and then returned to camp ami took possession of the bodies of ai 12 thigh 31 calf 7 waist 40 He has nnge just after dark and started for Ev faittmg Bull and his son Four policemen issued a challenge to the would be Samsons ansville The run soon became known were killed and three wounded and it is ol the world for any sum from to and two bodies of men organized and thought that eight of the hostilua were a side in the following feats Hold killed Crowfoot the 12yearold son of ing out the heaviest weight putting up Sitting Bull aud a number of others the heaviest weight with pns hand lifting were wounded HeadeO for the ISad Sitting Bulls followers when they fled up tht Grand river left behind them all their tents and their families which were taken possession by the soldiers and will be returned to the agency After going a short distance up tlie rjyer the Iccing Indians scattered and went off in all directions through the country toward the Bad Lands Some of them will prob ably try to reach Two Strikes baud further I back weight without harness and liftiui the heaviest barrel with one hand and shouldering it Cyr has put up 500 as an evidence that his challenge menus busi ness MADE A VALUABLE DISCOVERY A South Carolina Slan Flnrls the Secret j of Making Aluminium NEW YoitK Dec Columbia S 0 special says P A Emanuel a member of aulj Ulj n1 Bedell i t u OUHrtC S UUliU UllLLler jl south while others will seek an escape to e Alken bnr of thl3 Btate lms discovered a process by which aluminium can be freed i from kaolin at an inconsiderable cost It i is known that a fortune to be reckoned by The soldiers are located all around the millions awaits the discoverer of a cheap Bad Lands and the Indians will have lit process for the manufacture of aluminium the north However there is little chance for them in any direction Troops All Around Them tie chance to get at tho few ranches that ure located in that district Tho hostiles are completely surrounded and while they may hold out for some time in the Bad Lands it is simply n matter of time until they surrender to the superior forces and supplies of the whites Eirect or Kitting UullU Death The eflect of the death of Sitting Bull is problematical He was not a chief in the sense of being a leader in battle and had never been addressed as a chief ry any military commander but he was a wily ambitious old rascal with more of the pol itician in him than is ordinarily credited to the savage By working on the super stitions and fears of the Indians he bad gained whatever prestige he has had aud just how those who survive him will take his death cannot be estimated About a year ago Mr Emanuel applied himself to thia problem and it is believed that he has arrived at a correct solution IImi Ills Process The material which he uses is the kao lin of Aiken county the basis with which he worked sulphuric acid On milking tlie discovery Mr Emanuel went to Wash ington and submitted his processes to scientists there and now he has his dis discovery secure irom attaekby the proper letters patent and caveats The announce tnent is made now that by the ingenuity of Mr Emanuel aluminium can be freed from kaolin at a cost of about J250 a ton accident in the Alps has been received from Nice Seven Alpine chasseurs who were working under the command of an otlicer at the new fortress on the summit of Mount Sacliard between La Briga and Kiviere were swept with their superior by a sudden blast over a precipice into a terrible abyss Five of the men and the officer fell a distance of 2500 feet Their bodies have been recovered in a frightful ly mutilated condition Two of the men managed to cling to some rocks and so es caped death Three priests while crossing a frozen lake near Grenoble yesterday broke tlsrough the ice and were drowned In the Halls of Congress WAsiuVCTos CITY Dec senate yesterday passed the Morgan resolution calling ior information about moneys paid John I Davenport as supervisor of elections A communication from Daveu port asking that charges made against him iu the senate be investigated was referred Dolphs resolution inquiring whether the right to vote has been abridged iu any of the states was discussed without action Speeches on the election bill were made by Morgan Keuna and Dolph In the house a resolution for a holiday recess from Dec 23 to Jan 5 was offered The apportionment bill was taken up and discussed at length An agreement was had that a vote on it shall be taken after two hours debate today Bempscy Puts Up His Forfeit XEW OPLEAXS Dec Dempsey put up his forfeit of to fight Fit Simmons yesterday and the match is now binding on both siiles Fitzsimmous sent word that he was unwell and could not meet Dempsey yesterday but sent Jimmy Carroll to represent birr Dempsey left last night for Galvestou where he is to train for the match gained considerable following among the ghostdauccrs aud these may attempt something in revenue Amtnulmeiits for tlie Force Hill WASIHXUTOS CITY Dec in ic senate yesterday introduced an ameud The other ment to the elections bill providing that it leaders who hated him will surely not shall be unlawful fur anv person to bribe seek to avenge Ins death Still be had voters by promise nr payment of money or promise ot ollice to endeavor to influ ence employes in their voting by tlie use of pay envelopes or posted placards or bills threatening dismissal for the expression of political preference on penalty of fijOO fine and imprisonment for one year It also requires the oilicers of political organ izations to file with the clerk of the house itemized statements of receipts and ex penditures of political funds and the same statements are required from candi dates for representatives under like penal ties Situation at Pine Ridge PINE HnjGE AGENCY S D Deo official report of Sitting Bulls death was received here yesterday The cavalry at this point had received orders to start at S oclock in the raorninR but Gen Miles wired orders to wait aud see the effect of Sitting Bulls death on the Indians here Until late last eveninjr the Indians had not heard the news No one knows just when the troops will move but they are kept in constant readiness to start A live ly time is looked for when the Indians hear of the fate of their great leader Another Alleged Battle KAPID CITY S D Dec rancher just arri red in great haste reports to the commanding officer that a troop of cavalry has been attacked by Indians and that two officers and fifty men have been killed but that the Indians were repulsed with heavy losses The number of Indians killed is not known The soldiers were outnumbered but they repulsed the sav ages got them on the run and chased them several miles and ATLAXTi Ga Dee In the Mark bani house last night Treasver Murdock of the Bluebeard Jr com stny was as iwuilted by unknown persona robbed it is not known yet of how much as Mur dock can tell There is no clue to the robbers THE OLD CHIEFS PRINCIPLES Never Created for an Agency Ills Heal Hank CHICAGO Dec Corbjn adjutant general of the division of the Missouri in speaking of Sitting Bull to a reporter yes terday said The character of this great medicine man is very well set forth in an article by Gen Miles in next months Xurth American Review The first time Gen Milss ever met Sitting Bull the lat ter said to him God Almighty made me God Almighty did not make me an agency Indian and Ill fight and die fighting be fore any white man can make me an agency Indian Bull has carried out his declaration to the letter He was never a great warrior but has always been a gresit medicine man How He Got His Prestige He was never regarded as the chief among the Sioux more than a wise man He told the Indians in council that the medicine was strong and that they could do Custer and his force tip and they did Bull was right and he became a great man Gen Sheri dan spoke of the fight as the Sitting Bull campaign and he became proud of that and it helped him among his people But did no fighting in the Custer campaign His stay in and return from the British possessions is well known He came back hi 1SSL1 Tlie Settlers in a Panic MnrsEsFOLis Minn Dec Journals Bismarck D special says the country round about th is terriblj wrought up over the killjo cf Sitting Bnll Instead of creatinj an felling it has aroused much apprehension It Is feared thfit many families of settlers will feel the vengeance of Sitting Bulls Licked in Thirteen Konnils NEW YORK Dec The muchtalked of prize fight between Jimmie Kennard of St Paul and Billy Murrayof this city 110 pounds took early Tuesday near Stamford Conn and was witnessed by 300 sports from this city and vicinity The fight was for SI 000 a siilc iu perfect form Little done until the eight round The men were lighting was which was a and take Then the men were wary until tlie twelfth when Ken nnrd got even for the punching he had in the eighth In the thirteenth Kennard rushed things and knocked Murray out with a blow on the jaw ABBREVIATED TELEGRAMS The house postoffice committee has post ppned discussion of the postal telegraph bill until Jan 0 next Traffic on the Seine and the Loire is sus pended on account of ice The weather throughout France is unusually severe Lyman Staples an old resident of Chi cago dropped dead from heart disease in the ofhce of the Cook county commission ers Tuesday A yoi n woman got off a Chicago ir7iuedy went into a drugstore and in a moment was delivered of a girl baby It wis illegitimrit Miss Annie Heckle while dressing for a Christmas tree party at Crawford Ga was burned to death The drapery of her dress caught fire from a gas jet The new chairman of the house commit on coinage weights and measures in place of Conger resigned is Wickaam cl Ohio He is said to be a siver man Wages are to IM reduced 2o per cent in the Poitstown Pa iron companys beginning Dec The reduction is in wages of employes in the plate and pud dling departments The ClearHeld County hauk of Clear started in pursuit livaiisvllle Prepares When thepolico officers here received the news they proceeded to maks arrange ments to meet auy mob that might come Preparations were perfected that promise to very effectively prevent any lynch law here but so far the mob has not material ized RUTH HUGHES TRANCE OTr Wooilwortlis IHsciple Tells What Slice Saw on the Other Side MirxciE Ind Dec Huth Hughes who was iu a trnuce for many hours last week under the influence of Mrs Woodwortlrs preaching has told what she saw The girl stated that she had seen her brother her Savior and many people she had known on earth She got to the pearly gates but Imd not beeu per mitted to enter The Savior told her the world would come to on end and for all people to prepare She also saw tin licry furnaces of hell and the many people there being punished She was giving a desciip tion of Christ when she fell into another trance in which she remained until Sun day afternoon about 4lock More News frov eyond Sunday night Mrs Richiugs recovered from a trance aud told her vision saying that she had seen both heaven and hell anil said shu saw faces in the latter place that she recognised in the audience There have been numerous cases of people claim ing to have been cured who have been suffering for years Mrs Wiiyum Mil ton who has been confined to her bed for five years professes to have been perman ently healed and is now walking around without the aid of crutches for the lirit time since her sickness I flCT UPON THE IDEfl In faithfully serving my customers I do lusticebothtothe 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 for your patronage P HOOLEY 323 PearlSt THE TAILOR h field Pa suspended Tuesday Tbi bilities are estimated at wit nets of sjouOM Depositors are said to 1 secured by rial estate mortgages A tani crow owned by the wife of John A LeaLn a farmer near Scranton P fell in a kettle of s ft soap and mo3 c of Lis fta hers dropped out He is now growirg a new crop bait of which are white Mrs Eagan of Xew York city in going to sue Jay Gould for 10 cents which she dropped into the ticket box at an elievated railway station with her ticket ani which the ticket agent would not return to her NITROGLYCERINE EXPLOSION One Man Instantly Killeil ami tlie IJuild ing Blown to Pieces MILLERS Ind Dec explosion which was heard at a distance of twenty miles occurred here Tuesday in the works of the JEtua Powder company of Chicago William Clark was instantly killed and the building was blown to pieces The ac cident happened in the house where nitro glycerine is washed At the time Clark wits the only persons in the place It is not kuowu what caused the explosion but it is thought that Clark was making some repairs in the room and while using a hammer exploded the nitroglycerine The loss to the company will be less than jl OtW as none of their other buildiags ivas damaged Clark was unmarried Can Cool Tlieir Anlor in Jail NEWCASTLE Ind Dec bhree amateur detectives came to grief in this city They are Dr Caimlen McKiu aey a cancer specialist Joe Elliott ami Lawrence Shaw They claim to be mem aers of the Grannon agency at Cincinnati Last July they arrested Henry Craig at Ashland charging him with horse steal ing He was tried and acquitted Mon day he filed an affidavit against the de tectives for kidnaping and the three lire now iu jail with the penitentiary staring them in the face as the offense is a felony under the laws of Indiana and they have no defense whatever forlnfants and Chifdrcn Cmtoria ia so well adapted to children that I recommend it as superior to any I taown frj sic H Ji illcncr 51 D j 111 So Oxford 8t liroo Jya K T cur Stomach planboa Erudition J Kills lleep 4t I rrefrtioa I Without iajarkMU TDK CciTAtR Comjjrv 77 Murray Street X V town Sunday night and tried to borrow a revolver Fail in in ibis he rode to his home winre with an ax he compelled his wife to get his revolver made her disrobe and then drove her into the uelds absolute ly naked After shooting at her several Hold Young PortUffueM LOXDOX Dec number of at Oporto recently offered their services to the government and declared their will ingness to go to Africa and dje for their times he shot three times an hisoclovn country in 8lltinK the English An in timation was conveyed M them that i otter was likely to be accepted whereupon it is represented they were per turbed The muster lists which the bold youruj patriots had prepared suddenly dis appeared and cannot now be found ariau uncle James Campbell inflicting probably fatal wounds Lynching talked of Too Free with Their TERRE HAUTE Ind Dec a halt dozen damage suits were brought against the Chicago and Indiana Coal Road company by resiieuts of Coal Bluff this county whose property was damaged by the diversion of a creek caused bv the location of the companys Johnson was given by a jury the company applied fur a new trial Mon day Judge Allen paid he would gram a new trial on the ground that the damages were excessive it half of the amount was not remitted The plaintiff agreed and a decree for was entered They Promised to Reform XETV ALBANY Ind Brown and John Beard young men wbo persisted in refusing to support thore tie pendent upon them were taken from a saloon at midnight Dec 13 and terribly Coal Statistics for 1 8OO IXDIANATOLIS Dee State Mine In spector has submitted bis annual report to the governor The coal outputof 1S90 exceeded that of 1SSI by tons Thfre were twentytwo accidents iu the mines during the year of which seven were fatal The total number of operated is given as seventyseven cap ital invesud nuiuber ot men employed tons of coal mined 8076 000 Hoosier X D R Bulliuton has been arrested on a charge of attempted murder preferred by Hiram Well man Oil has been discovered on the of Frank Wolff near Wheeler The indica tions are that the supply is inexhaustible August IHllnmn aged one of the The Weather We Mtay Kxpeet WASHINGTON CITY Dec followw are the weather indications for thirtynnx from 8 p m yesterday For Michigan and and lower temperature ei ccpt In western Wisconsin and weatern Upper Michigan fair weather and wanner weeterlr winds For njinoisFair weather eastern portion northwesterly winds aUxht changes in temperature For air weather southerly For Snov fair weather by Wednesday ttigfat northwesterly winds BhVht cbaiuni in druggist at Lrbana I pcrature THE MARKETa Chicago tBlCAOO Doc M Board of trade today were M fol lows 2 December opened Ma nuat7 oldest and wealthiest German citizens of ciS4J opened Terre Haute blew out his brains Monday CornNo The inquest developed the fact that be had cpcS coniemplated suicide since he made clueeil will a week ago Harvey Kline of Columbus while play ing with revolver fatally shot himself Frankfort had a general glorification Tuesday night over the growth of the town since tlie introduction of natural Indianapolis Democrats want the federal grand jury to indict Attorney General Miller tor the alleged use of an omcial Uncle Ram Sriiig Union NEW ToriK Dec Before finite La combe and a jury in the United States circuit yestrday a trial wan begun in a case in which the government sues the Western Union company and the Union Pmiic Ktilruad company tc recover S14012 the to the Western Lnili lor telegraphic message by the government over lines extending from the river to Irian FrancLscr since ISM flogged by White Caps to reform They promised s Make a Kich Haul PORTLAND Ore Dec At St Helens thirty miles from here yesterday burglars blew open the safe of Mickle BTOS store and secured 62000 in coiu and in bonda that beginning with Februi How Helped a Liar Dan was the biggest liar in town Danl always appealed to his father to verifyhis fearful yarns DanTs fa ther was old a little deaf and btlonged to the Methodist church It was not to be supposed that the old gentleman would indorse lies and thas the neigh bors concluded Bni here is how Danl got around his poor old dad Went down ter t brook yesterday Danl would relate Caught tew hun dred and fonr pickril Say didnt I iadr And the 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