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   Logansport Pharos (Newspaper) - December 23, 1890, Logansport, Indiana                                LOGANSPOBT DAILY PHAROS 16TH YEAR TUESDAY EVENING DECEMBER 23 1890 JOHN GRAYS Handkerchief Tis well known that vve beat the world on ChristmasHand kerchiefs n quantity style and price So that our Holi day Sale uf Handkerchiefs has becomo famous all over the country and we want to make this saie beat them all Come at once and make your selection IN FEARFUL AGONY Five Men Borne to a Trenton N J Hospital A LASOEEES PISASTBOUS HASTE uf u While Hot e FIGHT IN KILKENNY and AM IM KM KXTM DOIKUA llOCS intl AN IKOIKI ONE TUESDAY DEC ONE SIGHT ONLY rllBJOrIYiKUMASWAlETrOMHIrAN anil SWEET SINGER 1 KARL SITIOKTKI IIV ATAIBNTKIJ COM PAN V HiMmiiurcincnt of Slilnoy H Ellis linnlncliiK xmml scale he Now It niuintlc FATHERLAND An iill if tlKTvrut Hour Ourclwra new SoiiKt iiuludinif iriHKinilbil Tho Lilac Tvnilfiii yuiirUUf Special scenery carried IMIxiiiiIBc s on suKat Keealinus Monday DOLAXS UIKKAHOISK WM WMAV MASAUKK INK NKJHT Branil Christmas ptCraction KminkM of i Irish inmiiiiuiis JAS J SULLIVAN In till Oron Tin Mnicill Irili Corn glackthornl fnilii ol i Wlnnctt liliyf Htlillii til Hi Soil ilinrti thr Uir il ivory sik if snm ciiniraenciM Tiisility iiinriilnit u 1 K Storo IrlciM ii uO i nd 74 etnti It Cauaes tllie Eaplosl Cinder Krlghtfully Iluriilng reltuwIVurkllien anil H imwlf Ilia Own lluiucil Out mini Holes cicornlieil In All Tlitir A Sick ening Smell KnastiiiK Klnsli Hlracu lout Knuiipe of Olhmx TBEXTON N J Dec 2J Yesterday aft ernoon an otiiirred nt the Xew Jersey Stivl mill Iron works fatally itijur ing MKii A laryi of molten metal known cindttr bud tjteti taken from one f tin Inrnacesto the of This is doui by Ing biiirkits of wiilcr upon it after it lias beeti to tlie air isiniugli to Boinuwhiit almte tlii wliite luNitat which it timiiwes from the fmiiaiv The man in charge uf the fnrnucu liiUriniiiLs the lirnper liniu to apply lh water and the men in remlinvss with the buukrls unre qiiiriit to Ioltow his oniers KuilaM KulJil IhoUKlittrsHiMfMS Vesterlay une of the hclptrrs Micliael Fudu without waiting fur the signal threw his Imrket of water upon the cin der iilnidst us soon us it was taken from the fiirimiv As thu wjiter struck the huge iiiiiSM the intensily heated ex ploded with a deiifttuitiK npurt hurling In all directions large pieces of iron some o them wuixhiiiK liunilreils of puuiuls Fudn ami his four companions who were sttmd Hioliiul tliu cinder were thrown to the ground covered with Jtonible wounds their clothing and tlesi liimiiug and emit ting u Nickxniug odor BuruPll Out Both IlH liyiH Kudu whostooTl a fiw feet ntiirer to the ciuiler tluin the utlieiv hail his eyes burned cumpktely out In Uus back ol hia neck was burned li hirgu hole und sev eral hulus were burned in liis body Ja cob Kress had his cliithing ulmoateiitircly burned off inuhvoH badly biinuil uiul inira glfd about the body mid limlw Hilitnll hud llic flish liurned bit many parti of his body tximsiiig die bones Michael Sorjerip had iv horrible Kasli cut in his ulxlomen by a tlyinj piete of the hoi iron iiis bitrns uiv sn sercrchut the physicians have u hope of his recovery Micluiel Closulsas burns were so nuiiier oiisntiil iMiiiis as to render him almost beyonil iviDKiiition Theinjured men were remuvcil to tlie hnspital in terrilili liyony Horrible Slljlit lu Mill U 10 oVloek last evening they were all In a critical condition ami the chances ol recovery of any uf are small Ihii rail mill the sceue of the explosion pre sented a horrible sight fjieat chunks of fleih ilropped from the bonus of the man gled ami roasted men tilling the air with u stiflint odor while the bire hundreds of traces of forceof tlui Hying ittces of nietnl The Qscipu of tin five men from instant death ami of othem in tlie mill from injury is miraculous VIEWS OF A SCHOOL WARM Bile Vtniug Indian ami Tnlkii Dont Forget the CLOSING II1IT GIFFES Book Store PearlSt tnhcnnl or Barguins in F1CTUHES PLUSHES DOLLS Booklets Gift mill Story Hooks of all klnils mill seo imr Siultn He will not Ktanilou prices TheUixxla must go We move hi Jammry to Ollff SuwStore ilriuiilway Wo bte line of Novel Lies ut tMth stores nnil more books than you CUM eount mil in ilirt cheap prices i Wurk Hard at tlie Kvery Time AKulnst Parnell Dec from Kil kenny up to a late hour last evening indi cate that the events attending ihe election yesterday wore not so exciting as the heat of the controversy leading up to the great occasion gave reason to fear they would be A good deal of the surplus energy of people was expended in actual work in stead of talk and fight which have here tofore been in order The roost conspicu ous feature of the day was the activity ol the priests who all day loiig worked like beavers and kept up a constant fusillade of exhortation amounting to intimida tion against voting for Parnell A Contest May Result Considering the nwe in which the mass of the peoplu hold the priesthood there seems to lie a moral if not a legal basis for the declaration of the Parnellites that the result if in Hennessys favor should be questioned on the ground ot undue in fluence 1arnoll was intensely irritated by the action of Ihe clergy and stater emphatically during the afternoon that he would immediately file a petition for s new election The vote however was by secret ballot and this may have modified i lie piiwir of the clergy Only One Lit tin Shindy There WHS a large force of police and military in the district in cass of riot arid the only seriousdisorder ol the day at Castle Comer where the fight was the hottest on both sides Here the miner ele ment met Inmell iu a threateningly hostile fashion when he came to exhort bis supporters and almost drove him out ot town They did in fact prevent him from speaking On the whole the day passed off tar more satisfactorily than any one had dared to hope The Fight WH1 Go Biglit On Neither side will consent to regard the result in Kilkenny as conclusive which ever way it goes Crowds thronged the streets at Kilkenny until long after mid night excitedly discussing the events of the day and expressing opinions as to tlie result of the election Everything visa uncertain however and a poll of the crowds showed n wide variance of judg ment as to how the strength of the parties was displayed at thi voting The London Daily News claims Hennessys election by 500 which is SOU less limn the antiPar uellite claim lias lieen uncl The News is as imtiParnell as The TJnsuppressible telegram Kilkenny says that Parnell lias conceded the election ot Hen nessy Chicago Irish Support Iarnelll CIIICAOO Dec thousand Irish American citizens assembled in Battery D last night and heartily indorsed Charles S PaiiiLH as leader of the Irish National party The meeting was presided over by StateSenatorJoseph P Mahoney Speeches were delivered by Lawrence illinium John G and John F Finerty and resolutions were adopted setting lorEli that Paruell more than uuy liviny stiites man represents the views of lliS Irish nice OH the question of Irish national self Now Whores Pnrnolls Gallantry Ioxiox Dec ladies of Cork hare signed nn nddrcs for presentation to ParniU condemning hiscourse and asking in the name of IrLlauds reputation for purity that he retire from active public life DISiFIUNCEISE EM Scheme to Take the Negro Out of Politics SOUTHERN SENATOES TALE IT OVEB NEW YoiiK Dee Miss Grace Itow aril daughter uf Joe Howard the well known newspaper man has just returned to Xuw Vnrf from Crim Creek S D She says that the Indian troubles can not fail ti be settled very soon The principal ob stiilt in the way of nil immediate settle nTiit liis in the lower white element witli whom is the responsibility of the whole to an extent not generally known in the east These people welcome troops in the country for the reason that it puls money into circulation Miss ar 1 has eome east un her annual vacation of three months Sojue Mints for Uncle Sam Mish Howard condemns the government poliey of eiittiug down rations without giving some in the way of horses cattle or agricultural implements The crops huve been so poor this year and times so hard throughout tlie entire west that even the white farmers have had ill they could do to make a living Among theliulmns with their inferior advantages the greatest distress prevails The census she believes was taken with perfect fair ness Hations were issued for 7000 while thK number of Indians is nearer 5000 TillCoiTce Katlon for i Week Hut the rations are very small Le3s than a handful of coffee or sugar is issiud tn each person weekly Clotbts blankets etc have luen very late in coniins this year Cold weather hus set in and the peopKhave not received their winter sup plies This viry poverty stands in the way of continued hosi iiities The Indians may pnssibly establish themselves in the Bad Linils uiul ninkia short fijtht long rice is out of the question Little Ileiliklnn Are tiimil Ilipilla Of Uiischool and mission work Miss Howard has n iiireat many interesting thiims tosay The children arc very bright ami far more industrious than their white brothers anil sisters They are quick at their lessons and out of school hours are almost always occupied with doll dress nmkiiic nr something of the kind The boys urs ijooil mechanics and hard work ers The Indian Miss Howard says is more uid mure civilized every year the ability to shift for himself increases He is pretty gooil farmtr is far us his lim ited opportunities allow The Indian pony does not take kindly to rarm work und better horses should tje supplied by the goverumenr Death Oitoil Riddance T women are good housekeepers and Tery devoted to church work They have thoir sewing societies where it is snfe to suppose they talk small scandal as en thusiisticully is in more cultured regions Miss Howards school at first a private mission is now an industrial institution with extra teacher supplied by the gov ernment Concerning the killing of Sit ting Hull Mis Howanl says that while she can not help ndmiring the old war riors bravery his death can result io nothing but eood CHEW A Yountr Woman Vroien to Deuth PLATTsnfRO N Y Dec Wednesday urernoon Amelia La Bom pan years aid to walk from SVolf Pomi FrarKlia county where she had been visiiiuit lo her home in Malone a distance of fourteen miles She not arrive at Maloue and diligent search failed to discover her whereabouts until yesterday Afternooa when her body was found about three milas from where she started she having been frozen to 3 A Bold Itulibery MlLWACKEE Dec i3On Satur iav night tit the ITniou depot abolil robber snatched a handbag containing jewelry valuable documents and negotiable papers worth in all from Theo Millen inaster the agent of a Chicago music ompany and escaped with his booty TWO VICTIMSOEAN EAGLE Tlie King uf the Air Kills a mother nm Ftilully Bllingles Her Chilli NEW YORK Dec steamship Agmui from Nicaragua reached port Sun day bringing news of n desperate battle be tween a mother anda fierce eagle in which the prize was the woinjistyenrold child The story was told by Buena Guasa who was one of the passengers by the vessel Guosa lived in the canyon of Jalisco Mexico where he has a large cattle ranch He left there two weeks ago and two day before he started the battle occurred One of the farmers living in the canyon i nnined Guteriz His family consisted o his wife a handsome young woman his 4yearold son Pedro Swooped Iowu on Its Prey While the mother was engaged in her duties on the day in question the child managed to steal out of th house She missed him and ran out to see where he was A sight that almost froz the blood in her veins greeted her eyes About ten feet from the house door wher she stood was tho child A big eaigle wa hovering not two feet above him and be fore the poor woman could collect he thoughts it swooped down to get its prey iVrsi Guteriz rushed madly to the eagl and threw herself on his back grasping bis wings Fierce Attack on the iIotlior The bird relinquished his hold of thi child and made a fierce attack on th woman crushing in her skull U the grasped the child by the back and had as cended about twenty feet in the air wit ito bnrden when Mr Guteriz came on h scene He was armed with a gun anc taking in the situation at a glance shot a the eagle His aim was gopd and h brought him down at the first shot Th mother died two days later The littl child was frightfully mangled by the claw of the bird and was not expected to sur A CROOK FOR HIS MOTHERS SAKE Ktl Tliteis Uiiuks ti Suva Ht Mothers Credit TOLEDO O Ore M Ed li prominent young bioker wn arrestei yesterday for swindlingtlse First Natiooa Merchants National and Kefcham tional banks out of each He depos ited in each bank saying he to transfer his account from the Norther Xational Tust before the banks close he drew three checks for each on th Northern Xational and each of che oths three tanks promptly cashed them Spea refuses to give ftnv iu formation flis to th whereabouts of the money Crime Kxpliiiied Late last night it was learned that in mediately after cashing the checks Spea nent to a savings bank and lifted a loa f his mother He has sacrificed his re atation for his mothers credit The Slayers of Hennessy NEW Dec 23 ninetee Italians in the Hennessy case pleaded not guilty iu the criminal court yesterday and filed a plea in bar on the grounds First that the grand jury could not have fouud the indictment in the short time in which it did second that the al lotment of the case was improperly made Judge Baker overruled both motion The Weather Ve May Expect WASHINGTON CITT Dec following the weather indications for thirtysix hoars from S p m yesterdayFor colder weather Tuesday nud Wednesday with a cold wave northwesterly winds For Pair wenther Tuesday and Wednesday winds nilei of South Caroliua Io Offer it Joint Resolution Repealingthe Fifteenth Voorbeea a Go at Election Bill and Pruiilenl Harriton A Supreme Court Decision Which II Good for tlir Ofliciul Crrv Dec 23 Post iblishes the viewof a number of south n congressmen on a proposition which it ys Senator Butler will bring forward in e senate before the debate on the elec ons bill closes for a joint resolution de riving the negro of his right to vote and the same time reducing relatively lUthern representation in congress But r is reported as saying that he will epublican senators to vote for the msav re which he declares would receive his support Pujjli Would Juuin at the Chance Pugh declares emphatically that the outh would not hesitate one moment to ve up any representation based on ths by so doing it could forever iminatethe negro as apolitical entity his the senator thinks is the universal ntimCTit of the southern people ind this e thinks could be done by repealing the fteenth amendment to the constitution nd relegating the powers back to the utes again as it was before the adoption f that amendment Vance Shies at the Vance is not so favorable to the proposi on He says that the whites are numer inlly the stronger in the Old North State hat the races are living peacefully to ether and that the whites have nothing o gain by abridging the negros right of rage As an abstract proposition he is pposed to it Tins result would be to in ect into our body politic a large class ot tbcmi who cnn neither vote nor be voted ir They would constitute an element of nlitical as well as social pariahs They bean incubus upon our material rosperily They would have nothing to ppeal to their better instinct i Tim Question Now in Solution They would lose thoir manhood They be without reponsibility and as nch n dangerous element in the comtntin ty The south Senator Vance says radnally working out this race problem o a happy solution A few years more nd it will be solved completely As the gro acquires property he becomes a bet er His interest is identical with lie white man and with tiiis community f intetest he ia quite as desirous of good as his white neighbor is Views of Mississippi Statesmen Representative Stockdale of Mississippi ays that he would be glad to see the ne jroquestion taken out of politics in the nith even if this resulted in his losing s seat in congress Representative Catch ngs of tlie same state that to elimin te the negro and accept the reduced rep esentation would be a happy solution of t vexing problem Public sentiment in lississippi so far as he was acquainted ith it was in favor of this solution Re does not believe that the Republicans wilr ever adopt such a resolution as Butler pro ioses to offer because ii would result ir he political ruin of their party Clatts Talks of Gerrymandering Dates of Alabama says twothirds of the south are in favor of reduced represeuta ion in congress and the electoral college f on tlie other hand the negro population s taken out of the apportionment calcnla He denies the Republican claim to Avenfy or twentyfive districts from the south but is willing to concede them seven or eight He acknowledges that the Democratic legislatures in Alabama and South Carolinagerrymandered thestatesso all the black counties were thrown into one district in each state but says hat gerrymandering is practiced by both parties in the north without criticism How mills at the Matter Mills says tTmt the question does not concern liini personally as there are only 70000 negroes in his state But he hat the Republican party will never con sent to disfranchise the negro even though the southern representation was decreased thereby If the colored vote was elimi nated New York Pennsylvania Ohio Illinois Indiana Iowa and other states would be Democratic for the simple rea son that the Republican majority in those stntes is less than the colored vote Mich igan Connecticut and Massachusetts would also be doubtful Republican states Colonid IrogreiM Iu the Sjoutlt lie also read the testimony of colored Republicans of Mississippi to the same ifftct and susserted that iu every one of southern states negroes had received more and hligfier political honors than in the northern states put together and in the ownership of real estate In thi acquirement of property of every de tcriptiou aud in the possession and use of ready money the colored people of the seiuth have he said man for in com parison with the colored people in the north beaten their northern brethren ten rimes over lin the great struggle of life SUPREME COURT DECISION antl Adultery Agsloit the Wife WASHINGTON CITT Dtc the su pierne court of the United States yester day Justice Brewer announced the opinion of the count In the case of William E Has ett against the United States in which court held that a wifes testimony against hiiir husband while he La under trial for polygamy is incompetent Has Mjtt was convicted on a charge of polygamy ini Utah In IgSJ the principal witness ilgainst hiijn being his wife The supreme court of tlje territory affirmed the verdict and the case was brought to thti federal supreme court tB an appeal Keitsontnjf of the DeoUtotfl In its decision the court sajas The question is not how much she the or suffers but whether the crime is one against her Polygamy aad adul tery maybe to the marital relationbut they are rather crimes agjiiust such relations than the wife and as the statute under whlQft the man was convicted speaks of criinej sgainst her it is simply an affirmation o the old commou law rule We conclude therefore that under this statute the wife was an incompetent witness against her husband fllie Uanm Investigation WASHINGTON CITY Dec most important witness yesterday btfore fte Raum special committee was J D Fer guson national bank examiner who was asked by Cooper if in examining banks iu this city he had come across any notes of Commissioner Banni indorsed by Pension Attorney Lemon Ferguson re fused to answer on the ground that his duties were confidential aud the aflmissi biiity of the question postponed until the arrival in the city of Chairman Mor rill Miss J Roish a clerk in the pen sion oflice said she had written one letter HE ROPEDTHEM IN A Chicago Rascals Perform ances at Columbus THEY BBIHQ HIM A POT OP M01TET V Little Presbyterian Bmrr a GiMxl lor Sheriff Kmtilllr Hart bja Cured YJn rennea Young Man the Old Man far Mitcel Imny COLUMBUS ind Dec suiooth ooguetl scoundrel from Chicago risiietl he city Monday and after gettiiif n cense to sell jewelry on the streets hired twohorse rig withi driver to take him to M in burg after this sale was over For Mjit he used guilt watchchains and cheap umh watches that both together cost less ban 10 cents ami that were utterly worth ess to the purchaser He soou got the ale started by giving back the mouey tl hat he prpposed tq sell the goods for It as not long befoni he had the knowing part qf the crowd tn laying humor nud iad Jits stock stuffed iuto pockets with in traction to let them stay there iwait results When the crowd was worked for nil it was worth thescmnp id good day to tlie crowd and told the driver to light out for Edinburg He po ured about f400 in one hours time on refrigerator business after office hours uul Miss A 1ntton snid she had never clone anything of the kind nor did she own any refrigerator stock Sitting Uull Not Murdernd WASHINGTON CITT Dec official report of the killing of Sitting Uull has been received nt the Tivliun bureau H discredits the report that Bull was killed while everything wrm peaceful Tho old chief had been tnkn out of his Hchack when his braves opener fire on the Indian police This begnn the fight in the of which Bull killed The report warmly eulogizes the bravery and fidelity of the Indian police and earnestly urges that thn living may bo properly rewarded and the families of the duuil taken cnre of A Ifo in Pinkie for ihe WASHINGTON CITY Dec Special United States District Attorneys Aklrich of Chicago and Ciildwell of Nebraska are In the nily hi consultation with Attorney General Miller on business connccled with Mie institution of suits where none have been begun and with the further prosecu tion of suits where thpy have been insti tuted against fihe land grant railroads of the west to tluin to operate their own telegraph lines in uocnrdanro with the terms of the taw of 1SSS for H Harbor WASHINGTON CITY Dec Tracy yesterday awarded the contract for building the Ammeu luirbor defense ram to the Ball Iron works of Maine nt their bid of jOSOOOO She will be liken ci iar with very little of her deck above water and none 01 it morethai six feel above She will be a powerful ram a to run seventeen knots per hour The Days WinIk In WASHINGTON CITY Dec senate devoted yesterdays session to the discus sion of the federal elect ion bill Higgins made a long speech in support of the bill and VnorhoeH another Jong address in op position to it The house spent the day up to adjurnment at p m corisiderinf matters jtertainina to the District of Col nmbia VOORHEES ON Tlie THE FORCE BILL Whack ocrisy he could not do bet Tiatize that portion of his related to fair and honest ie rank corruption of the Indiana Senator Takes the Vreslilent CITY Dec was the Democratic speaker yesterday in the senate against the force bill He spole at great length The opening part of his speech consisted of ft criticism of President Harrison for that portion of his message to congress urging the passage of theelection bill If Mr Harrison he said should undertake to put on the stage a tchool for hypocrisy he could not do bet ter than dram message that elections The rank corruption presidential election of IS8S was resting folded away in blocks of five and was still fresh and carefully preserved in the minds of the American people He then read The New York Worlds charge that a plan had been broached iu 1SSS to colonize negroes in Indiana West Virginia and Connecticut and that Treasurer Huston had indorsed it and promised to recom mend it to the president A General The bill now before the senate be said which was made an administration meas ure would take control by force if neces sary ot the elections of every state It would do so in the northern and western as well as in the southern states It was assumed in the provisions that Amer ican people without regard to lection were not sufficiently intelligent virtuous or honest to be entrusted with the great and eternal principles of home government Benjamin Harrison he said had recorded his distrust of the people of ill the states and the people on their part in nearly every commonwealth of Union had with unparalleled unanimity recorded their distrust of him and of hU Administration TUe Negro in Xorth Carolina to the condition of colored men at the south Voorhees read extracts rom testimony taken before a icna committee in Xorth Carolina show Ing that there was no discrimi nation made against the colored men in t state that many of them were pros DEWENTER The Hatter and Furnisher BRETHREN LOSE THEIR TEMPERS A Little Friction alt Yretbrterlau Mtln llters Meeting INDIANAPOLIS Dec riau ministers meeting Monday was tlie cene of considerable friction over the pro osed change in the name of the Young ples Christum Endeavor societies giv ng them n denominational title Rev R Hunter Introduced a resolution declar ngthe ministers of Indianapolis opposed o this as a narrow sectarian policy Rev A Hiudrickson was opposed to the esolutiou us worded and said if it were assed he would have io preach against it n public He continued his protest until Mr Hunter blurted out If Mr Hen irickson wasnt so thickheaded he would ipderstand nie I onjy want the resolu fon referred to a oommsttee Mr Hen Iricksons face flushed and lie was about o reply when other ministers interfered iud cast oil on the troubled waters The was referred STOLE A THOUSAND DOLLARS Nine 31am from CruwfonUvtUe In Trouble Pec Early In Sep wmber Edward Burr a young married mHn of CrnwfordHVille came to this city aud secured a in the grocery i1 of Oeorge Kreitlien as salesman The proprietor began to lose money isooti nftfir Barr took sertice wiUi him bin uo suspicion attached to the newcomer as he wax a member of a good family and lm always borne a good reputation A trap WIIH laid for the thief and Barr fell into it id was arrested Monday He confessed everything saying that he mipposed had stolen not lesis than besides goods that he had carried away About was recovered 1 th Vnr luuv ujtiu wt 11417111 piua consin and IlUnoisColder fair weather Toes land owners that they had th Say and Wednesday with a cold wuve north westerly winds The reserve fund exceeds 309000 130000 assessment now due game school advantages as the whites and that they were never interfered with at elections but voted the Repcblican ticket without interference The Veterinary society of Puris is about to try the Koch system for tubercu losis in animals The nineteen Italians indicted at New Orleans for the murder of Chief of Police Hennessey pleaded not guilty in the crirai nal court in that city Monday Motion by their counsel to quash the indictments were overruled by Judge Baker Railroad travel in Scotland is almoHt totally stopped by a strike About 30UO men have quit work and 1000 more are expected to go out The Casino skating rink Chicago wan destroyed by tire Monday The loss it Rye Colo reports an epidemic of diph theria with five deaths and the tlisease spreading rapidly A steamer for South American waters has been built in sect ions at Elizabeth Pa and will be shipped in that condition and put together on arrival at Barranquilla A very good wmfcrfeit gold piece is in circulating It differs from the genu ine only in Hil is worth intrinsically Henry McGowan and his wife of Barra Vt bnth died of heart disease Friday Sunlay hey were buried the funeral placfc from the Universalist and that of the wife from the Roman Cathnli church The same hearse was used driving Trith the bodies from one church to the other Both were buried in nne tomb A settler in Victoria B C named Ar thnr Teale who has made a confortable fortune by farming has just been dis covered to be the heir to a great estate in chancery valued at in cash and in property An attempt made Saturday after noon the doubleturreted monitor Terror af the Brooklyn navy yard took hard work to save her This incident recalls the fact that several attempts of this kind have been made in the past twenty the perpetrators remaining tmknown Five thousand dollars changed hands on the result of a wrestle between Hngb Leonard and Dennis Gallagher at BnGa y Y Monday Leonard won Succi the faster is now with George Francis Train star attraction at the Nickelodeon a dime museum at Boston Through Governor Fifer Illinois asked the Worlds fair people to give that Kate eight acres cif ground for its exhibit McKiniey will speak to Mw Itcan league at Toledo Feb 11 He wfll re ply to Cleveland1 tariff reform speech at the Thnraian banquet A Uangeroxiti Lunatic Loone MABTINSVILLE Ind Dec Welch a younfTaffliorney living near here was returned from the insane asylum an cured two months ago Saturday he be gan to show signs of returning insanity and Sunday afternoon officers went tc bring him to this city Welch resisted and struck Sheriff Baker on the hoad with a stone The other members of the posse were also injured During the flghl Welch reached the officers buggy jumper in anil drove rapidly away He bus not been sten since Bakers wounds are fatal The Outrage on Miss MADISON Ind TJec sheriff and posse with many students were out nearly all of Saturday night scouring the country in search of the two tramps who assaulted Miss Morse at Hanover Saturday night A skiff was stolen dur ing the night below this city and aban loned on the Kentucky side of the river It is supposed the perpei rators of the out rage thus escaped A posse Is now in Trimble county Ky eudtavoriug to fim their trail Bee Kulwnkil It for Life MJTCIIKLL Ind TJcc Kuhanks who beat his sister Mary to death at thi place Nov H wasi Monday sentenced ti the penitentiary for life He at first en teredaplea of not guilty but afterwart withdrew it and pleaded guilty to nrurde In the first degree His father Mortime Eabanks who was arrested as accessory s now ou trial he having cntered a plei if not guilty He Swindled His Dad VrscENNES Ind Dec Crews ik fashionable young man of good family lias lately been leading a life of luxury am rase He had raised over 15000 his fath ers name appearing as security on his pa per Mr Crews Sir says he did not sign any ofthe notes aiad that they are forger ies Young Crews can not be found The three national banks of this place lose SI500 It Was Hard on Rev Campbell COLUMBUS Ind Dec funeral o the 6yearold daughter of the Hev James Campbell who was on Saturday convicted of performing a criminal operation was ITiere are marriage ties and friendly ties And the ties which business makes There are solemn ties and merry ties And the ties in betting stakes are builders ties and railroad ties Which an actor can recall But the MOUSDAY ties we advertise Are the prettiest ties of all for Infants and I Sour irrhixa JL A Benin MD I 111 Vtfonl St Brooklyn N v wiihoui injurious i Tus OKNTAfR 77 Murray UPON THE IDEfl TNflT In faithfully serving my customers I do ustice both to the Customer and My past record has proved it My increased Dusiness 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 20 PER CENT OFF FOR CASH nd HARRY G TUCKER The Pearl Street T allor Klracr at Bedford caught hlii fool in a rnil anil several cars passed over it aniputation A siu5t against tht1 Kvansville ami Haute Rjiilroml company 1ms tiieil at Evansville hy Mrs Mary Tbiebus for 000 damages for causing the of her husband in September last Oiivtir Worle a merchant of Joro mi county Monday night and robbed ol u sum of while OB his home George Alexander aged M f ilium bus committed suicide by taking uine Jacol Wells sged 19 ot Brazil accident ally shot and killed himself while hunting Saturday J W Xexseu one of Evansvilles pstinialile citizens died week of cancer of the face Diphtheria of H malignant type pruvaili atRockviilif Prominent Htizens olE county are demanding a new court house cost not less than or more than Jouise A RoUiuson wife of Col M S Robinson died at Anderson after aa il nesis extending over a of cearl four years Tlie spectacle was preheated in Howard county last week of two beautiful husking ooru while in an adjoining field six yoang nnn and three dogs were hunt tng rabbits The Rev Mr Gray pastor of the Shel byville colored Baptist church met THE MAHK6IS CKICAOO Dec Following wera the quotations on the of trade Xo 2 otenel cloned W4 January openM VI If closed ttOHc opened rkwe4 No 2 Decemlier opened January opened IHc Mar opened VtJ4 cloaed ljc OaUKo 2 oemljer rloeed Jaonarr ojicned tbxied December opvced aW clowid J73J opened doavi May opened I110D rloied JlusS lanuary opened ckwed S57254 Live irtorltTlie Union stock ytrda the folluwitiiif prirc active easy liulit packing Si 4H miiwl packing shinning lots t3 CattleXativo ntpers oowa and bnlb aal feedera fair lambs Produce Fancy aeparatcr dairies packing 1 lie irreaae EtrgiFiedi nandlAd off 2Jc per doi See house stock ISitlKc Lire poul try Chiobens 5c per Ib tnrkeya dnrka row ba TOftTV Bwbaaka Sweet poUtowJcracya per IU tOC per bW eating held Sunday The court granted Camp VIie c tell permission to attend the funeral lint ital while hunting a few day I pern the sheriff to allow him to leave the jail The preacher offered 1o EO in hains Whixkr m Suicide EVANSVILLE Ind Dec Wil Bon a prominent citizen of Oakland City Gibson county committed suicide at 2 oclocka mSunday by jumping into a mill pond He arose from txni to call a physi cian for his wife but did not do so He had been drinking heavily of late Took fatal of Poison MARIOS Ind Dec 23 B Jef fries committed suicide Saturday night by taking a dcse of strychnine Family trouble made him despondent He was 44 years old and name here from Seymour three years ago He leaves a widow ind three children Hooler Xiwi Rabbi Levi Goldstein tn charge ot what Is known as congregation at Evansville is suing the batcher and the songregatioa for S per month which is lowed by the coouregation for seeine Samuel H Hoshonr ol Cambridge City has acted as notary public for thirtyeight consecutive years thinks he hasiierved longer in that capacity than any other man In state FAMILY ROW IN KENTUCKY It Kemilti in the Wounding of FlTi One a Woman Mr VEBSOX Ky Dec Brash Creek nine miles ast of thta plitoe on Friday evening five persons wens wound ed in a general row Jack Baker Kceirirf ball in the left breast ranging upward and lodging under the chonlderblade Andy Mason hail his wrist from ball a son of Mason got a furrow plowed bis head just over the left eai John Anglin received similar wound and An wife was shot in the back How the fight came up no one here baa yel been able to learn All the participants are re lated by marriage to each other New York NBW Toaa Dae WbeatXo t red winter raafe do December 1100 do JaaoMT Kay tlOOH OrnXo 2 mljwJ cadi do January OK do GMa IJnltt No t mixed JaM IT do May BarleyNominal Pork avw HJat eiJZW tor new Quiet Jaayary Uve Stock Tradiot otiro am all grades to beat V 100 tt IrilLi and dry cowa II fanj flrm weak a bade lower theep H Hofiltarket lUady Hn TO that proper cattle anj for the Till Study the Fenfire Mierobt XKW YORK Dec Vew York the church membera The butcher Bacteriological inatitute has filed iirtietec tliat the fee to him I at imcorporation which were appro red by Victor Humboldt aerloualy mjomi Judge of the supreme court in a free fight in a Madiaon saloon SnoThe purposes of the institute are lit the day Wndj and gramitoos treatment of conta in a quarrel at Hertford City Jacob gioa1 diseaaea comprul og a PaeUru ami White a ambler abot awl acrionaly Koch department for the reatrtint of vonnded Ben BaaL bjdropbobia and rubercnlotia POWDER J   

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