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Logansport Pharos (Newspaper) - December 22, 1890, Logansport, Indiana LOGANSPORT DAILY 16TH YEAJR MONDAY EVENTNO DECEMBEBL 22 1890 NO Handkerchief Tis known that ve boat UH worlci on kerrhiefs in uaritity style anJ prico So hat our Holi day Salo of Handkerchiefs has bscorno famous all over the country and we want to make this salo boat them all Corno at onre and make your selocUon AM LKKMKVTH DOIKUA hJtSK Iiforii IKOIC uNB NHIIIT ONLY TUESDAY DEC 23 A fKT COMEDIAN ant SWEET SINGER M A GARDNER SCf IOitTKl 11V ATAIHNTKD COMlVNV Til IIT 01 Sidney It Ellis prulirmx n friiiiil cult the New tt milntlu lmnvly FATHERLAND An iiyl Hear Gurdneru new Smxs iirimliritf liis tiii The Llluc TymlJHi ijuarietK scfiwry carried IJriH Itnlouv Itlc Puruuot SOc mlc 7 r ioufs m sale tit KeosHiiK 6 Monthly DonL Forget tho GJFFES Book Store PearlSt 1lCTliiiES PLUSHES DOLLS iitt Hint Story Itooks ol till kinds i MUntil our Saudi He will not sinful on jricos UV u in Juiiiury TO Now Store I ItrtxulxviiY WMmvea titoltnp or Novel iKsut siorc inn in urn hooka tbun you en 11 nnd iii flunil prkts FO f R OVER FIFTY YEAKS old SovpreignKemecly has stood the stniifis today the best known fr Catarrh olcl in the Head nMiluhu Persist ia its use and I euro no matter of how the may be by COMPOUND mt tf Cotton Root Tansy and a recant discovery Dy an iiii Ls used ttual fay mull vnui drusKist for Cooks itiinxind and lake no substitute riips tor sealed particalarv AJ 1LV COMPANY No3 ilwaril eve Detroit Mlob liy n IT IS TRUE that if tobacco chewers will insist upon trying the Will NOT but will def the EST and MOST Qan be for your dealer for if insist on it fcy Tohn T A CHANGE OFXOTE Senatorial Music for the Fed era Election Bill TALK OF AN EXPERT ON SUGAR SFOOHEB UPHOLDS THE MEASURE Hu ClalmH u Iew Tilings for Utt UepuV IJeans ftjitl Criticises the 3cjnocratc Dull Week in Fro bah t Hiiifn Hitnkffr for ChrlMtmHs Protest of a Sngfir Kxpert Jite IBiff a Hole In the Countrys Income WASHINGTON Crrv Dec The Re publicans sDcm to have concluded that de bate on tiio elecMun hill had better not be lelfc entirtJy to the Democrats of the SCH nt the uutspoken opponition of Stuwurt of Nevada Friday had ti stimulus effect em them aUo At any rate Spooner took the Moor Saturday ami made the most extended speech forthe oiH chat has yet been He paid that a Btraiixtt in the gallery listening to batf without kturvledge of his tory of the country would be impressed with the idea that all lave of liberty tuid devotion to the eoinstitution nnd freedom from partisanship were to be found on the Democratic wide of the chamber He hoped timt gentlemen on the other side would not assuiuo that Republican sena tors were not equally with lovers of liberty IIu took pride in belonging to a party whose history had been love of liber ty ftfirl defence of liberty A Few Other Similarities Senators on the othur side constantly as serted tliat they spoke for the AngloSaxon race Republican senators were also An gloSaxons and they would ay unwill ing as the Democratic senators to dispar age or degrade the race Gentlemen op posing this Mil denounced it as clearly un constlfcutiunal and spoke of their devotion to tiie constitution Jfe begged them to re member that devotion to the constitution was not conlined to the Democratic side He hugged to suggestthat possibly some persons might imagine that the hTcuness of the opposition to this bill was attributa ble in part to partisanship Sunutors ought tu Inwilling to concede that in the consideration oi a mejismv of Miis cJiarac tivr there was room for an honest diJlxr of opinion The MtiUur of ViwUs A good ilenl had been said in connection with what M called domiciliary visits but nothing had been said of the domicili ary visits of night riders at the south or of the shooting men and the whipping of women All tlie indixuation of Demo cratic senators had been directed at domi ciliary visits involving polite in quiry by federal ulticiil in to who Uvutl in the house so us to enable him to judge whether persons registered from that house were legal voters Jt had been said on the other hide that the bill was aimed at the south It was hi part but it was also aimed at every spot m the Inited States iv he re by fraud or force men who had a right to vote for members of congress were cheated out of Mint right from Mississippi The south he thought was where the bill wan specially needed In proof of bkis he read extracts from a speech made by Air Chnsnmn in the late const if ul ional convention of Mississippi declaring that since 1875 there had not been a fair elec tion in that state that in plain words they the white people had been stuffing the ballot boxes perjury arid carrying electUtns by fraud and violence until tlie whole machinery of elect ions was about to rot down it lair for southern senators to shut their eyes to everything but their own environments and to say that those from the north who complained against the inequality which the southern policy gave to the house of representatives and in the electoral col lege were mere partisans seeking the ac complishment of navtisnn purposes Kilntmtitmtl OujiHriciitiuns Jf they did not wish to be led by ignor there was nothing to prevent them from adopting the strictest kind of educa tional test it were an honest one If the constitution of Mississippi had stopped at the educational test and excluded from the right of every man white or black who could not read that instrument nobody would have coinplaiuud of it Hut now the ignorant white voter might have the simplest clause read to him and be asked if he understood it and answering yes might be permitted to vote while tin abstruse clause as the Ufiit domain or some and technical question miicht be read to t Incolured voter who would be asked tn yive a rea sonable exohuiiuioi of it The scheme was plainly dViMd to let the white man vote if he voted Demo cratic rkkft and to keep tlie ignorant black man from unless he voted the DinuKTatic ticket Uorxiit CniiKlilvr It 11 luir Keftrrin4 to Stewarts speech and to his remark that the elections law could not be enforced in the south because public opin ion would not supportit Spooner re marked To that complexion have we come iit last Ifcve we fallen on a condi tion in our country that calls for preserva tion by virtue of the purity of tlie ballot nt the north but that we must stop at Musoii and Dixons Hue because public opinion iu the south is in favor of dishonest and fraudulent and violent suppression of the suffrage I cannot liLlieve it Some Iromiseil George said ihit he was not in the chain while the eoistitution of Mississippi had been under discussion by Spooner and could not now ropiy to his remarks But he would do so LU yood time and in a way that would remove the imputations made on the constitution by tpoouer and by Dolph some days ago Ingalls thought it important that some liuht should be shed ou the subject 10 which George proposed to address himself lie would therefore rend Mmif extruts from speeches oi dele gates to the MUsissifpi convention and from editorials of local newspapers on the subject of the qualification as to the abil ity to rea 1 or to explain clauses of the con stitution Newspaper Ueports lleail Ingalls thereupon read from the Jack pon tMiss Ledger a report or some re marks made by a deloicnte at the conven tion on the qualiHeat ion clause which clause he understood to have beeu the in vention of Georgthimself aud winch was not like anything iu tue heavens above or iu the earth beneath or in waters under the enrcU He thought it was subjtct to a parent for novelty He read many extracts from VickshurgHud other journals iu condemna tion oi ihtclause He and Edmunds then criticised the way tiie Mississippi conven tion had beeii culled and its HCIUVI iu de claring the constitution adopted the law of the state without ureferrinjr it to the people both cf wliicn they claimed were entirely outMile of the oM statA constitu tion and in violation t bereuf An army ot locusts is moving across sev eral districts of Victoria New South Wales devouring everything in its track Thev even cross lanje rivers He Wants the Duty Belmposed for Va rious IifasoiiH WASHIXGTOX Cirr Dec A Brown of Massachusetts the noted sugar tariff expert has been in this city t or sev days conferring with leading officials and members of congress about the cut in the duty on sugar to go into effect next April under the new tariff law and its effects on the revenues of the country Brown insists thafc the loss of rerenne from making sugar almost duty free to gether with the bounty to be paid to sugar producers in this country will amount to n year He is of the opinion that it be found advisable and that it will be the duty of congress to restore fully threefourths of the presenter old duty on sugar aud discontinue or repeal the bounty feature of the new law Xore Revenue a NeceMslty He has no doubt that the rapid increase in production of sugar in this country will very soon cheapen permanently the price of that article to American consumers nnd that a sustained duty on sugar would he a powerful factor iu treating with su par prod ucing countries for reci procity He says his opinion and views on this mat ter are shared by leading Republicans in and out of congress who are not unmind ful of the demands that are likely to be made upon the treasury to meet the largely increased government expenditures for pensions the new navy etc in the near future More money will have to be raised somehow to meet this increased govern meat expenditure and it need not be looked for he says from customs revenues in view ol the reduction of tariff taxes ou many articles and the extended free list found in the McJunley bill law WILL BE QUIET AT THE CAPITAL The National legislators Will Have Their Holiday Willy Kllly WASHINGTON CITY Dec the approach of the holiday season senators and representatives are beginning to leave Washington City to spend Christmas at their homes or to visit neighboring towns and as a consequence there will be many empty seats in both branches of congress It is hardly probable that there will be a quorum hi either house during the week and as ti matter of necessity the pro gramme will be simplified The last sena tor on Vice President Mortons list of speakers on the election bill will proba bly have finished his address by Wednes day and on that day the senate will in all probability take a recess over Christmas until the Monday following Prolmblts Action of the llousi The absence of a quorum in the house will prevent action ou any measure resolution providing for a recess from Dec until after New Years was considered by the ways and means committee and action on it deferred until today The consent of the senate will be necessary in order to make the resolution effective The probability ia that the house will ad journ ou Monday after matters relating to the District of Columbia have been dis cussed until the day before or the day after Christmas when another adjourn ment will bf tiiken until tho following Monday Sixty for Kach WASHINGTON CJTY Dec Prod or having with decided success en deavored to improve the condition of pri vate soldiers so as to decrease the number ot and cause for desertion has turned his rtttention now to making desertion Itself RSH satisfactory for the deserters He proposes to make it hot for them when caught and in order to do this has doubled tho reward for catching them making it instead of this increased reward to be paid for the arrest of any soldier who deserted subsequent to Dec 31 18S3 Congress in TSrlef WASHIXHTON CITY Dec senate Saturday after passing a number of pri vate pension bills in the morning hour took up the federal elections bill and Spooner made a long speech in support of the measure In the house a numberof conference re ports on public building bills were agreed to The urgency deficiency bill with sen ate amendments was then discussed and was finally returned to the senate with all but one relating to pay of senate to Thn Fair Froclamuti on WASHINGTON CITY Dec 22 is stated that the Chicago men who have been for the past week laboring to convince Presi dent Harrison that the ChicaSo city subscription of to tho funds of the fair were all right have at last succeeded in their mis sion aud that a proclamation inviting the world to bring over its products in IS93 will be issued this week PARNELL ON TRIAL The Jury in Kilkenny Making Up a Verdict IFPiDEKTS OF THE EVE OF BATTLE STIRRING TIMES IN BOND COUNTY An Illinois NeifirliborHood Report4 Sattirnulirt of Crime VANDAUA Ills Dec county hfis beeu infested with tfiieves of late and the robberies have aroused considerable excitement umoiiif the citizens at Smith boro A lot of armed tramps took posses sion of a saloon and ran it wide open At the station they held a man up but got nothing A iitte farther up the track they held t revolver to a mans head and robbed him o everything he hail Up in the heart of die little burg they held up a third person and took his money and watch while a dozen men who offered no interference looked on Burglars went into George Weavers residence at Sorento tired one shot at him and then fled Dur ing the absence of the family except Squire Crittenden who is confined to his j bad and tlie servant girt a tramp went ioto Air Crittendeus house and broke open a drawer and stole some S8 or in cash lUncklejrs Threatened with Death BIRMINGHAM Ala Dec Coal bnrg mines Thursday 100 striking miners signed an agreement to withdraw frsm the union ami return to work That night a party of them were fired upon nnd Friday morning the vicinity of the mines was placarded with notices threatening death to all men who returned to work Officers are guarding the men at work FATE OF A SLANDERER An Assassin Kills Him as He Is Signing a Retraction DEXVEB Colo Dec A special from Salica says John Irvinea ranchman re siding a few miles from this place on the Arkansas river who has been circulating a number of slanderous stories abont cer tain young ladies was shot and instantly Tailed Friday night by some unknown per son Irvine had recently circulated a story to the effect that a young lady of this place was intimate with a colored servant who lives with the family of which she is a member A committee of citizens had called upon Irvine at his home for the pur pose of having him sign a retraction He was just in the act of alfixing his signa ture when he was fired upon through the window the ball passing throueh his heart I Harrington Arrives to Take a Hand la the LnMt Confi dently Claiming the ious Posters at Kilkenny Torn Down toy the Day on the Stump ami Some of the Made LONDON Dec Harrington arrived at Qneenstown Saturday and hastened on his arrival to communicate with Pamell and the latter is said to much encouraged by the information which Harrington has brought from Amer ica The Parnellites had arranged for a big welcome to Harrington but missed the connection and there were comparatively few on hand when he arrived They re ceived him with loud cheers when the antiParnellites gave counter cheers and in a short time there was a melee in which the antis were victorious Little damage was done however Sunday a Day of Politics All day 3esterday the two parties were busy electioneering The those of Ossory diocese and others from various parts of the time outside of religious services in pressing tieir views on the people and urging the election of Sir John Pope Hennessy Al lusions more or less direct were made from the pulpits to the pending contest Parnell declared himself confident of vic tory The people listenedpatientlyfthough the priests protested against Parnell turn ing Sunday into a day political strife and argument and urged their flocks to feo home There wis very little demon stration and all seemed desirous of putting on their best behavior The Campaign at Kilkenny Kilkenny is fairly covered with flaming political placards full of wit of terse ar gument and it must be added in many cases of indecency The coarse allusions which have characterized Hie campaign on the part of the antiParnellites iiud fre quent repetition in red and black on the deadwalls and crowds of and meu gather to read and laugh at them Occa sionally an officer of police pushes his way through a crowd and after scanning a par ticularly offensive poster turns to a subor dinate and orders it torn down Some times a crowd of angry Parnellites re solves itself into a committee of censor ship and without waiting tor the judg ment of the official pounces upon the of fending placard nnd strews its fragments in the gutter Precautioiis Iliot This is done with the more impunity from the fact that in the town the popu lace is made np of Parneirs adherents in great majority whatever the rural part of the district may prove to be The excite ment on the eve of the important decision of today was intense The place was in an uprour with parades and meetings torches bands fireworks and ivery vari ety of political demonstration The Swo men who received the greatest amount of abuse from the Parnellites were Hennessy and Healy The latter will be lucky if he gets out of the district with a whole skin The government is taking great precau tions against a general riot A Feature of the The feature of the situation that is the gravest for thinking Irishmen is that the English while they display a hungry in terest in the blows and thwacks that the contestants are giving one another have ceased almost wholly to regard the political aspect of the struggle They seem news papers and people to have dismissed home rule from their thoughts as now outside of living political issues This attitude is common to Liberals and Conservatives alike and many of the former assume an injured air as if they had narrowly es caped being the victims of a confidence game on the part of their leaders THE DOINGS ON THE STUMP Parnell avid His Opponents In a Heavy Days Work KILKENNY Dec and Candi date Scully left Kilkenny at uoon yester day and drove in a closed carriage accom panied by a long procession of filled with their adherents to Clare where they found a Hennessy meeting in progress They alighted near the church and began to organize a meeting in opposition to the Heunessy gathering Father Walsh cams up at once and informed Parnell that these were chapel gfciunds and no political meeting could be held on them A fannej in the neighborhood disputed the asser tion of the priest and declared that the land was private property and that Par nell must speak there or the people would make trouble Seeing that the feeling of the crowd was in Paruells favor Father Walsh retired 4 Remark About the Friestj Parnell then addressed the meeting Ht wviil that though he did not have the sup port of sll the clergy he had no harsh words for any one and hoped that the people would listen to the priests rever ently Yet they should remember that as laymen they could not admit the priests to absolute control in the matter of elec tions Parnell denounced his opponents in the parliamentary party as traitorous mutineers who were guilty of engulfing the party in a sea of trouble at the critical moment Tim Harrington Makes a Speech From Clare the party rode to Johnswell While Setilly was speaking Timothy Har rington aippeared on the scene and re ceived an enthusiastic welcome He made a speech in which he said that liis col leagues in America were led astray by messages received from this side which gave a distorted impression of the situa tion Pnraell also spoke He said that his opponents had elected an amiable good hearted soul as their would figure ata tea party but who cut a ridiculous figure as tho leader of a polit ical party Kilkenny TV ill Not Settle It He said he had faith in Kilkennys deci sion but if the resuk was unfavorable he would not be downhearted but would bold aloft the nag until every constitu ency in Ireland had Sjititen He spoke to a large meeting here Lst aud inthe course of liis remarks alike the jackdaw Davitt I was urt a physical force man iu lrSJ to rt i I iid not join the Jeanne r i7S it wire it in 1SS3 1 dM not join Pat Ford in 1SS6 and Gladstone in 1S87 Hi Ticntcns Portentons Incinuatlon In interview immediately after Ms arrival from America Timothy Harring ton said he was amazed at certain of the Hsalvites for attacking Parnell from a moral stjundpoint He could throw a utronz side iiaht on their morsHtv which wouulastonish the puBIic The Antis Mighty Busy Too Healy in a speech ai Bally Bjyll yester day declared that he could not accept the proposition that there was no salvation for Ireland except in Pope Parnell I The Healyites fairly swarmed over the district yesterday Speeches were made at every point and they are confident of tvirmtag the election SUCCIS REMARKABLE FEAT for His First Nourishing Food A Square XEW YORK Dec Succis fast of fortyfive days terminated Satur day evening at oclock in the presence of an audience of about 400 persons The worst attack of gastric trouble that he had during hrs fast occurred at 6 p m during which his pain was so acute that it was feared he would collapse but his indoru itable will power carried him successfully through From 5 p in until he took his j first cup of cocoa at his pain continued lo be more or less acute When the cocoa was prepared Succi got off the lounge and staggered to the table where the nourish ing diet was placed The spectacle he pre was truly pitiable He looked like skeleton and when he smiled it was simply ghastly Whon he sipped the co coa there was a burst of applause from the Eulogized by Georjje Francis Train It was at first doubful whether he would be able to retain the nourishment but the uncertainty soon passed away and Succi igradually resumed his former buoyancy THE INDIANA WIRE Facts Gleaned from the Home News Field DEVELOPMEUT OF A FAMILY BOW 1 A Mother Charged with m Grave by Her Own Agtn the Pardoned Homicide Camp bell Ponnd Station Criminal Occurrences H7CH310VD Ind Dec a result of a family row Mrs Emma L Heavener divorced was arraigned before the mayor Saturday charged by her own daughter Cora aged 15 with malpractice Though j the father of the accused Bennett Bauni is worth Mrs Hearener went to jail in default of bail The daugh ter and ner lover Horace Collett pro posed to marry but the mother objected preferring the criminal cgiirse Cora sayj her mother baa done tlie same with others TOOK HIS DAUGHTER HOME There are marriage ties and friemlly ties And the ties which business makes There are solemn ties and merry ties And the ties in betting stakes There are builders ties and railroad ties Which an actor can recall But ihe HOLIDAY lies we advertise Are the prettiest ties of all I idiimwajr Mutch Spoiled by the Appear ance of the Old Man CoLUMBCs Ind Dec M Thomp son a farmer of Shelby county came to this city early Saturday morning and was met by Miss Lizzie Seuff the daughter of Then he appeared for the first time to be a neighbor who arrived by the Pennsylva able to realize that hi fast was over and nia line at the same time By agreement Ihe T met and applied lor a license The father of the girl who objected to the union took a train un hour later and appeared In time to object to the issuing of the legal document The i young man grew indignant and drew 9 revolver but was restrained from violence The young woman was taken home by her father but declares that she will marry her lover Campbell Geti Three Yean COLUMBITS Ind Dec The jury in the case of the state of Indiana vs the Key James H Campbell a Methodist preacher charged with committing a criminal oper ation on Annie Huntsman after being out fifteen hours decided that Campbells pun ishment should be a fine of and three years in the state prison at Jeffersonville Much interest has been taken in this case owing to the prominence of both parties The court room was crowded each day dur ing the trial The prosecuting witnesa was a girl of 17 years Vent Insane at ihu Age of 74 INDIANAPOLIS Dec About twenty years ago Louis Lynn was convicted here of murder in killing Hi Minuick The murder occurred in a place of questiona ble character and was the result of a quarrel over a dissolute woman After serving sixteen years of his time Lynn who had been sentenced to life imprison ment was pardoned by Governor Gray Since then he has been working at his trade as painter in this city Saturday he DEWENTER The Hatter and Furnisher with a spasm of eloquence and exalted Succi aud tlie press to the skies Succi then in a few words of broken English thanked everybody aud retired to bed Many physicians wen among those in at tendance and seamed much interested A Mighty Volil rilled Up Signer Succi ate an elaborate meal yes terday with extraordinary relish He oc cupied two lionrs iu consuming the food placed before him and partook of it vritha zest that astonished those present At the conclusion of the meal Succi was made the recipient of a handsome cane and a gold toothpick He left for Boston last night where he is to exhibit as a museum star Succis weight was not taken later than a Siturday when he weighed 104 pounds His weight when he began the last ivos Hri He irank during his fast tiventyone quarts of alkaline water ind niiiutyone and a half quarts of Croton water The fast was undoubtedly an hou CSt OUi A RUSH FOR LAND Trutihle OVLT the Newly Opened Reser voir Tracts it Wisconsin VAUSr VVis Dec throwing open to scUltrs uf tlje reservoir lands caused a rush of wouldbe settlers to this place that quailed the celebrated Okla homa rush Friday and Saturday there vtre iutlicauoas of a riot among thei men who wanted lo be flrstat the registry office the light guard was called out o keep the crowd back Saturday claim filing begun and went on all day The town is so full of claimants that ho tels were overflowed A long line of peo ple formed Saturday reaching awajr out into the street among those iu line being several women and the register was kept ytvy busy all day Give Trouble A telegram from Kan Claire says that information comes from Hayward aud other points north that nearly every valu able tract of reservoir land in the dis trict has been occupied by squatters In a fiw days they will come dowu to the land office to make entry The ap will ci course be rejected in all cases where entry has al ready Wen made at the office here and appeals will lie taken In one case a Saw yer county man with a large family has lived on a fortyacre tract of reservoir land for four years and lias put in im provements One nf his in the scramble liciv Saturday filed on the land and will attempt tu tnku possession The Lctturs That Came to Chllds PHILADELPHIA Dec a Richard M Muckle business manager of The Pub lic Ledger called upon Register of Wills firacz Saturday and handed over to him two letters which had been forwarded to Mr George W Childs Both letters were peculiarly constructed the message be made np entirely of letters of Ihe al phabet cut from different newspapers and put together to form a word without re gard to the size or character of type used Both announced tho remittance of which the writer said was due Pennsyl vauii as inheritance tax The money was turned over to the authorities Illinois Central Shops 13urue4l CHICAGO Dec paint and repair shops of the Illinois Central railroad at the corner ot Twentyfifth street and South Park avenue furnished material for the hottest fire last night Chief Swenie and his men have had to tight in many a day The shops big frame structures standing close together extended nearly 250 feet south from TwentylUth street and the flames ran through them rapidly They ivere entirely destroyed at a loss of 000 including the cnrs burned The fire throws 200 men out of work Off with His Heud So Much for Ejraucl PARIS Dec before the court trying the case of Michael Eyraud and Gabrielle Bompard accused of having murdered Toussaint Gouffe was concluded Saturday afternoon The jury rendered a verdict of guilty as against both defen dants and the court sentenced Eyraud to death by the guillotine aud GabrielleBoni pard to twenty years imprisonment with aard labor Eyrand has appealed to the court of cassation agaiast the sentence to be insane 1yna is was declared years of age Tho Young Student Ileadg Guilty LAPoRTE Ind Dec New man the young student who was arrested Wednesday for stealing tools from Par sons school iu this city has since been discovered to have stolen clothing from merchants here He pleaded guilty to the thefts and was bound over to the circuit court and went to jail iu default of bail Newman is 22 years of age and the son of Samuel Newman a wealthy and prominent window glass manufacturer of Cincinnati Hugliea Again In a Trance ilUSCiE Ind Dec midnight Saturday Miss Kutb Hughes again overcome at the Woodworth revival and lay in the churcu in a hypnotical con dition with her badly frightened parents bending over her She ia the young woman who recently remained in a trance for seventy hours A halfdozen others in trances passed the night in the church building Many fear Miss Hughes has this time gone to the other world to re main Held Up a Station Agent KENT Ind Dec masked men entered the ticket office in the Chicago and Erie station at this city held np the agent W A Hoberdier tied his hands be hind him laid him on the floor and tied him to the legs of the stove Then they robbed him of 1115 in money a gold watch and chain and a diamond ring amounting in all to After an hour Hoberdier was released but the re bera had escaped leaving no trace of their identity Fire Boomtile EVAXSVILIE Ind Dec serious fire occurred at 3 oclock Friday morning in Boonville Warrick county involving a loss of 170000 Those who lost building and contents were Feay Son produce and commission merchants Frank De forest notions Squire Youngbloods office and official books and dockets Jacobs feed store and Harrison Hudsons saloon The lire is supposed to have been ot in ceodiary origin JMdnt Think Much of Matricide INDIANAPOLIS Dec jury in the criminal court Saturday found Louis Wal ters indicted on a charge of killing hia mother guilty and fixed hia punishment at seven years in prison The mildness of the verdict caused considerable surprise Walters is a mulatto It was shown that he struck his mother and after knocking her down indifferently walked away She Cwtwrla well to children tli ccoiuraend U M lupcrior W an r procripuu jjown to me H 1 Amdren S n 111 So Oxford 8t BrooWn N Soir 1 KJik v IT Cei i flCT UPON THE THflT In faithfully serving my customers f do justice both to the Jus tome f tnd myself V y past record has proved k M ircivi trade built euliilcd to business will show it Vith my upon this solid foundation L am and ask you for your patronage P HOOLMY 323 PearlSt TAILOR 20 PER CENT OFF Special FOR GASH and HARRY G TUCKER The Pearl Street Tailor inebriety The Democrats nominated J The will of Mattbrw Thonian of Claciu G Acklemire who nerved as Brazils llrrt gives the whole of his estate valui4 mayor at 1130000 to the city for the beuefltrf McMicken university Ulf part of WiacotwlB Petilliot Iterated a Trial COLUMBUS Fnd Dec The motioa for a new trial in the cane of State of Indi ana vs John Petilliot has been overruled and sentence passed Petilliot will be taken to prison at once to lerve a lite sen tence for the murder of his wife on July 4 In Search ol a Tramp MADISON Ind Dec was alive Saturday night with Hanover stu dents on horseback in search of a tramp who late that evening brutally ussulted a student daughter of one of lands in the northern which will probably in ninety thrown open to land b MM to very valuable Channcey M Opew cbat Xn He pew has put a veto upon bin being amty from home much aod will to retire from the lead of the amif of after dinner spealters A patent heater ia a eoech oa lite Ctii cago and Grand Trunk railway Mich Saturday a the clothing of two While dancing at Malcolm ball apolis Mrs J M Smith a irellknowa clety woman niddenly turned aitd to iu Georgia Alliance wt after Seoatar France Increasing Her Dec tariff commission is holding prolonged sittings daily in or UMIIU anav out t was afterward found dead The blow had led to deatli A VOUDJScoundrel Sentenced NEWCASTLE Ind Dec Lincoln Goi sett who murderously assaulted his grand parents about a week ago near this city has been sentenced to five years imprison ment in the Jeffersonvile penitentiarj i Kiect Gordon with a cbarp Mick Suicide ot Seymour Lady lie baa not yet joined the Alllaaoe an li SETMOUII Ind Dec Mrs Eliza alleged he promlaeil to do in return or Meyers aged 36 one of the most prominent in ladies of this neighborhood committed John and Horatio Ouret aiidotfeert suicide Saturday bv takina poisoa dent8 Texas claim to lie ttie f worth of property in ChioMot The claim is made lieirn of tiie ludiui chief who formerly owned the land During the tight between Pat Killeii gheehy at St Paul week tbe bit Kilien twice once in tlw lireii in the leg Kilien ia threatened blood poisoning and Is uiiirVnl Hooiler Newil The Central hotel at Lawrenceburt waa damaged by fire Saturday Nevin Davis aged 21 of Princeton as a result of hard study became insane and with a halter strap A Will Salt Elided Ind Dec The con test over the mil of JIary Park deceased ended in court here Saturday The de ceased willed her real estate valued at Near Shoals George Marshall was killed by a falling ree while chopping Saturday At Frankfort Saturday Jesse Austin wan killed while coupling cars on the Cloverleaf road der to finish its examination of the governj to Albert and Mary Ciurley giving manf Kill fllQ t11 1 m J P ment bill before the reopening of the cham bers in January Nearly evtry alteration made increases the duties in the proposed bill Sentenced to cath CiyciSNATi Dec Shroeder ovtrrtiied a motion for a new trial for Charles Craig the wife murderer con victed la the firit and sentenced Siia to be hnuircd Ajjrii i Tlie WeatUer We May Eiiiect WASHISGTOS CITT Dec foUowiif the weather indications for thirtysii honn from Jp m yesterday For lowet Wto consia and Upper falir weather sontherly windsFor Fair weather westerly winds slightly coldur For weather westerly winda stationary temperatore For Lower her son nothing The jury set aside her will giving her son Alphonse the entire property The Samlen Murder Case TEBRE HAUTE Ind Dec twentysix hours in the jury room the jury in the case of Harry Trogdon for the mnrj der of Hayes Sanders near the state line bnrned Friday night low 95000 last July Saturday reported their inability insurance to agree and were discharged Seven J A uoted for conviction and five for acquittal reillancr A truant nun of the HOUK ot t he Shepherd Detroit the reason she fct waa that the tacks were too hard and it when they were not perforated in t George Blazicr a drayman was fatally delinquent whipped with a macijmf crushed by a 2400 pound safe at Anderson The Institution denies the chirp Saturday morning He was unloading the safe from a car j A constable chained down the dynamo i of the Jenny Electric Light at Inj dianapolis Friday night because the comI pany waa delinquent in taxes Part of the town was left in darkness The barn of Silas Moffet in Owencotua Seriously Shot LA POETK Ind Dec 22 Valentine Bates night baggagemaster at the Lake Shore station was shot by an unknown man Friday night Bates started to enter ry ijiwci the baggage room when he was told to weather clearing in northern portions j halt bot he paid no attention to the warn winds slizhlv cooler mg and HrangfT discharged Roustabouts on the steamer Big Sand the weapon and diaappaand The ball bulldozed the cook into giving them din enterej Bates neck The wound maf ner while going up the Ohio near Owetis PTe fatal bcro Ky Saturday using a revolver as a j NomiBativu at BnuU j persuader They tried to get supper the BBAZIL Ind Dec Benublkan cook washed itate bank with a capital at Vff 000 has been organized North Vernon with J B McMillan president and J C Cspe cashier ABBREVIATED TELEGRAMS Mr and Mis Henry Wattcnon celeli their silver wedding at Hattir day night They received 2000 latory letters The Evolution a cteamer propelled by Jets of water made a trial trip at York Saturday and succeeded In covering aeveneen knots an hour f Thr unknown woman kilted iu ttit Wheeling and Lake Erie wreck at ftilirar POWDER f of Fremont O
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