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   Logansport Pharos (Newspaper) - December 26, 1890, Logansport, Indiana                                LOGANSPOBT DAILY PHAROS 16TH YEAK FHIDAY EVENING DECEMBEE 25 1890 205 JOHN GRAYS ov Tis well known that ve beat the world on ChristmasHand korchiefs In quantity style and price So that our Holi day Sale of Handkerchiefs has become famous all over the country and we want to maWo this sale beat them all Corno at onco and make your selection Everything AT COST AT PiiE Grand Bazaar Dont Forget the CLOSING OUT GJFFES Book Store PeartSt rnheiuil of Harimins In PLISHES DOLLS niKkkUts iift tiinl Story Ittxikd of al kinds tojuff nii1 our Sini i Itius Ho will not Mttiidoi pricen must We iimvt iti Jiimmry to Jlito H Now Store lti itroatiway liavo u litjf line Novel lit ioth storus and bonks than you esiii oMjnt tind ut dirt choat FURIMJTURE IlilCES THii LOWEST Our None but the Host Workmanship Allowed to Leave our Salesroom IV Henderson Soi Tllr ttUUAT EVQblHH RKMEDV iof Youthful fony ami the exnasMi of later yeitra immediate Ask drugslita for Woods phodlne tkkeno package Ql nix 95 by for AddrMi f Cbmle1 Co 1ST IXlrol In Ixxninsport by H Ono always A RNK QUALITY OF REASONABLE PRICE IF YOU ARE LOOKING FOR AN EXTRA SWEET PIECEOF GIVE THE FOREIGNWIRE Condition of the Strike c the Scotch Railways LITTLE SIGN OF ANY WEAKEKrCTG Tho An rail and way Lit tin mid OLIurr OHrirn IariH and I Jim a Italic MJLJi McCarthy Jumell ojf She rrhrtthouil Keply to For eign Atlvlcf to the Agalnnt thu Iltbrewrt I pi Notes Dec The HUCCCSS of the Scotcli railway men in paralyzing the truflic of tliiroads U largely due to the excellent discipline of tlie strikers es peLiuty iu the matter of organized picket duly It is ilmnMt impossible for any man wick to the strikersMines ant rbtaiii an interview wit the railway oHirmli strikers show no of ukiTiinu iilthoiifili the supply of funds not MiflUitnt prevent privation ihtm Their applications to Eng lish liiiitnis fur aid are considennl Triil it Asrtault ttempt was made last flight to de the express t ween CJInsyow1 KiEjrttti by ineaiis of a piece of rail iron laxtmitd on the track Tim ob iiii WHS discovrrttl just iu time to nave the train from destruction The company allege that t he dastardly act was the work of the strikers but the riun em phatically deny that any of their number WHS connected with the outrage Two engineers who continued at work were stoned by strikers near this city ami iveru badly injured There have beea in me runs cases of less serious assaults upon men who renKiKifl il work or non union men who have takiji the places of atrikcrs The Comiiuiilfs ifflit It Onit hf Scotch railway eompanieH have abnridone1 all idea a settlement and are making efforts far with poor success to obtain workmen for their places Service has been partially resumed between Cilaumv and KdinbiuKli arid the maiU are forwarded with some There is CiIJ Jimvever n cjnbargo on trallic and tralo an 1 ooininerc are by sea and land A contingent of the employes of the Caldmian railway joined the strikers but the coni pany sncccedid in making up tin loss and is in betti shape now tliin at anytime since the strike Many strikers at Aberdeen have vrk taking ad vantage of Ihy companies offer to restore them to their former daces it thuy re turned at onee At several other points the men are more disposition tliau heretofore to submit their demands to ar bitration KllVrU of the Ho Jur The ilas4mv docks have been closed ou account ol the strike The supply of coal fur the works at Perth is almost ex hausted and it is feared that the city will be left in tlarkinss because of im posjbility of a renewed stock or Iuel Owiiifi to i in of tiie strike ou the coal trade veral siijLcar r at irecnock have compelled to shut down About one thousand railway men at Hull have dcciuYd to strike for better wnjies nnd shorter and more regular hours Sympathy from itiul Ireland The Knglish and Irish railway societies have issued a joint manifesto asking all railway men not TO assist the Scotch rail ways but t remain neutral in regMd to the strike If their employers press tluiu to Iic2p tie wijose men are out they must strike rnilur than comply THE CAMPAIGN IN IRELAND An Interview with Jirurll on Kilk Oltrieii nnd iU at TiirN Dec On his ivt uni from Kilkenny to Dublin Parnell visited the nflicts of UnittMl Irelantl and is said to aviexpressed disar is fact ion with the way that paper had been run during the Kilkenny campaign and especially in the matter of tin cartoons John OConnor M one of ianicrs parliamentary ad nerents has Ken editing the paper and will probably retire in any event after the Paris conference with OUrien Ho IJJJH U to Trifsts In an intervinv iietore ho left Dublin Parnell said knew beforehand that tlie carrying of the Kilkenny election was st hopeless in view of the character of the opposition that lie had to meet The conduct of the priests hy thought was very blameable TLey brought a pressure to bear without whicli tho masos of thu people woild have dilleruntly Hud the people IktM alloved exercisij their judgment withonr intimidation they would have sntaintd him It was lhardly in keepinic with IunotLons of the priest hold over tiieif Hocks spiritual penalties fur the extrtisy of individual judgment in poliicil inntters llnre A ivf 1 He added Urn it was an IlieoniMLcitiu fact that wliere tlie jriists iiid not interfere hi side polled per tent of tintotri vote He had diitvd ti penetrate the eonntry districts around Catleeuuuvr and present his avtiuuieiits ro the people there but the ippoiaon to hts prnuivss was so unscrup ulous that he desUtid in ordor to prevent bloodshed The priests led the people ol North Kilkenny to the mils like sheep In nuiny castjs they could nut coerce men into voting their way they succeeded in intiintdatitii them so they re aintil from voting at all Scullis View if the Mutt i trcnlly who is n Komau Catholic was convinced said Darnell that if th priesrs were allowisl to continue their cotirsio in the ron in L elections Ireland would be Uxtt Iartieil a No said that he intends ro immediately enter upon the work of thorouirhlv reorganizing the party He expects to start on Monday for Paris to moet OBrien mil on his return he will take a hort rost He will resume the campaign early iu January opening at Limtrick ParntIl arrivetl in liontlon late last uiwht He will have an interview with OBritn in Paris some time within the Not SiiintUaiil Oec ii OHnon and Gill ar rivevl at from New York Sat urday and Wjiv met by and Sullivan ou They expressed themselves as overjoyed on iHiuja informed 01 tho result of the Kilkenny election A tuj having ou McCarthy Sexton and Condon Father Humphreys and Mrs OBriens father an mother and Mrs KcitTaloviUhi met the steamer Olxlam outside the harbor and tie party welcomed j OBrien and GUI and took them ashore in j the tuij On the wiy to the pier none of the party would talk to reporters ton ant his party Pit u rued at ouue to Ixn dan while OBrien left for this city arrivi in ai 11 p rn yesterday They were driven to the rvsideiiee of Mr alovitch iu the Avenue HiKbe There they will stay during their so jour a this city Trouble AheatH for NowTipperary Dec The evicted tenants of the SmithBarry estate held a meeting Tuesday to consider the situation Owing to stoppage of fuuds some of them are in absolute want and there is a strong ling in favor of a wholesale surrender to SmithBarry whose agent Mr Town send has notified the tenants severally bat the unoccupied farms are still at their disposal on the old terms without any ad ditional charge for the improvements to which they have forfeited their title It is evident that unless arrangements are speedily made as to the funds the plan of campaign will be a complete failure Political PrleHt Contra ulateil Dec bishop of Chisory jfts issued a communication to the clergy bin diocese congratulating them on their good work in the election THEY POSSESS THE EARTH That tlie Complaint the Bus si an Makes AgttiiiNt lHrat1 LONDON Dec to a St Pe letter Privy Councillor Stoain aovski has made a semiofficial communi cation to one of tho leading foreign resi dents of St Petersburg in relation to the antiSemitic legislation It is in substance that the restrictive treatment of the Jews is made necessary by the course pursued by that people in absorbing by usury and rrLviching the money and means of the oorer classes of Russians and that tbe proponed law prohibiting the Jews from jwning landed estates is intended to pre vent them from acquiring by trickery and ppression the property of orthodox Rus sians of which a vast amount is aUendy n Semitic hands Foreign Ailvlno Is OfTenfiivc Xothing is done he says which is not strictly requisite for the protection of ths Christian subjects of the czar and that Russia is only lending in a course that England and Europe generally will be compelled to pursue unlessi all property Is to be allowed to fall into the hands of the Hebrews A St Petersburg dispatch states that the czar has emphazied his dis approval of gratuitous foreign advice in Lhe affairs of his empire by ordering the lischargu and expulsion from the country of 11000 alien workmen heretofore em ployed by the government Most oC them ire Germans many Knglish and some of Italian and other Kuropeau nationalities Greut SouialiHt leinonntratiuu urssKLS Dec funeral of the noted Socialist Paepe took place yester day and was made the occasion of a great Socialist demonstration There was an Iljormmis concourse of people in the procession that followed the body to the grave Five hundred Socialist asso ciations iu all parts of Belgium were represented by large deputations with bands and banners NOVELTIES IN SIN Very Peculiar Confession of a Young Italian LOYE LEADS TO A DLSPIGUEEMENT How Thfiy IHuko AVuria Fornmsa Dec fljspfttch from Shanghai states that tha suvuge tribes of Fonnosii have gain broken out in re billiori against thu Chinese iiiUhority on the island and Burned advantages over th t voops A C1inujsi captain and stvotul soldiers captured by the sav ages were afterward found impaled and beheaded jieiir the scene of their cadtuiv Gun Piny ut 11 ClirUtmus Festival GXMOOK Ala Dec riot broke up a ChrUtmas fcfjtivul at n negro church uear this place Tuesday night Nearly a negroes got into a fight and fifty shuts were lired Hun Butler was killed outright and Tom Alexander and Kobson Mclntosh were fatally injured No ar rests have boon made UiHiiiff Victim ISeinp the Young Stans furious Method of Smoothing Course of True Affec 1layeil on u Halti tii ore ENruMfNliuient by Which It Out a ml u Fur Miscellany NEW YOUK Dec Augtistino Cuirminette n goodlookiug young Italian came ashore among the steerage passen gers from the steamship Hindcxustau fvom Naples yesterday he by the barge office officials whether he had ever been imprisoned for any cause lie an swered that he hail been imprisoned foi seven months and then he went on to tell a somewhat remarkable story Two yefiirs ago said he I fell in love with a giri named Xiuutte Fraiicioli She was thedaughter of a jeweler for whom I worked as salesman in Florence The Olil MUM Iuts Ills Foot Down were soon deeply in love with each other I told her fatlur of my affection for Lis daughter and told him I wished to many her He into a violent pas KIOJI and discharged me at once Xanette told me that her father had set a date for her marriage with a young man whom she did not love When every scheme to conciliate her father had failed Xanette told me there was one certain way to dispose of the case and that was for me to spoil her 1fnuty by disfiguring her face Mure IlrroiuTlau Criminal argued that the wealthy young man would not care to marry her if she WHS made hideous Then she said we could marry and fly to America The girl insisted on my doing it so f cut a gash with it knife in each of her checks When she went home her father entrMfed her to tell who did il but she refused to tell and he would never have found out but for the servant who told him that Nanette had como to met1 time Jlifi lliippinfvs Depends oil Jilirliardt 1 was arrested and sentenced to seven months imprisonment Upon my release Xanette met me and furnished me with tnoiRy to come to America with the understanding that she would follow in a fev weeks Xow I am here I should like to remain The papers in the case have been placed in Collector Ehrhardts hands and the chances are that Augustino will besent back to Italy SHE WAS HIGHLY INDIGNANT A Ginod for Heal ICstnte Men LONDON Dec St Petersburg ad advices state that the Jews everywhere are throwing their property on the mar ket in obediiiiee to the decree already prepared ami to be promulgated about Fan 1 prohibiting Jews from owning real It Is Killing HumlreilH of Child Dec 2it The terrible plague of dipt horhi in Croatia has already de stroyed hundreds of children and iu many instances parents are permitting their offspring to die without medical aid having lost all faith in the doctors Itiftolvvs f Hvlirlaii UurssRis Dec Radical con gress in session here adopted resolutions in favor of universal suffrage and the rep resentation of minorities GREETINGS FROM GREAT MEN Specimen ChrUtiiiiis Sentiments Sent to Tho New York World XEW VOUK Dec World prints Christmas greetings from A number of au thors and poets among them being the following That from Oliver Wendell Holmes was Pax vobiscum May the time soon come when all the nations of the earth whatever their boundaries and whatever their forms of government can be iucluded under the peacefuland friend ly title of The United States of Christen Rev David Swing of Chicago sent the following The United States The great est opportunity ever offered to man Kach citizen should urge himself and the nation onward in intelligence industry honor a ud be no vol e n GO Kiley and Mark Twain James Whiteomb Riley the Hoosier poet sent from Indianapolis the Christ mas A word of Godspeed and good cheer To all on earth or far and near Or friend or Cue or thiiio or In eiho of the voifti divine Heurd when the star bloomed forth and lit Tlie worlds face with Gods smile ou it And tins was the screed that Mark Twain sent It Is my heart warm and worldembracing Christmas hope and as piration that nil of high the low the rich the poor the admired the de spised the loved the hated the civilized the eventually be gathered together in n heaven of everlasting rest and peace and the inventor of the telephone Was a Ubel on Oklahoma CHICAGO Dec 26 seems that there is no necessity for congress to supply Okla homa with n criminal code after all The legislature adjourned Wednesday night flfrer passing acomplete code of a composition of the Dakota Indiana Xe braska ami Illinois statutes While drawn from the many different authorities the code is rather mixed it still on the whole compares well with the laws of the other territories bruuglinm druw woman alighted some fur que valued iui Sluxwd liy Which n Woman Kent u Store BAITIMIK Md A clever but by no uuMiis UimUam game was plfiyid VVitiiiesdsiy upon one of tlie largest lalies establishments in the I tiring the afternoon when the store was crowded with purchasers a smart up at the door and a She asked to be shown and selected a sealskin and offered pay ment a aoUt Hut the cashier be suspicious seat the note to a bank near by to be vertified The customer became impatient at the delay and soon grew very indignant Ilefore thu clerk irnm he bank shy demanded money and declaivd that she would not purchase tin xruque They Took tinNole Next Thili Sin1 said slit was not accustomed to such triiitnient and when the clerk came in and finnoniirud thif the note wns genuine she seixed it refused all apologies and left the store In about an hour and a hiiK she jvUinieIf however saying that she could not bo suited elsewhere and must have the saeijue although she was very veluct Ht tu the store On the tender of lier SIOfK note a time it was instantly accepted and the soal skin and SftOU iriven her in exchange She at once drove oil no one knowing whither After her depart lire it was discovered that tlie note wns a eonncerfeit and that it had been substituted for the good one which she at first presented THE MfcRRY CHRISTMAS WITH KNIFE AND PISTOL Silu Mirkl an Kiul of Himself and Fain Ily ST PAtn Minn Dec yester day morning Silas Mickel colored killed his stepdaughter Kmma rind dangerously wounded his wife then shot himself dead The tragedy took place at Tenth streej near St Peter and seems to have resulted from a quarrel growing out of Mrs Mickel refusing to live with her husband There were no witnesses to the tragedy He Did His Work KHVctively Mrs Mickel was shot in the abdomen and had her throat cut while Emma Me Leod was stubbed five times in the body Several shots had been fired at her but Lhe stabs were enough to cause death Mrs Mickel was sent to the hospital and was still alive List night but very low Micfcel found lying on his back in the kitchen in a pool of blood with a revolver in each hand and a Imle in the side of his head through which his brains were 002 ing Seven shots had been fired but no one in the neighborhood heard a sound Favor tin Torroy Bankruptry Bill WASHINGTON CITV Dec Mitchell presented to the senate Wednes day i memorial from the chamber of com merce of Portland Ore which together with a series of six resolutions may be summarized to the effect that the Torrey bankruptcy bill as passed by the house of representatives and now pending in the senate is a just and wise measure and the embodiment of the legislation authorized by the constitution of the United States on the part of coiQjtress and its enactment is therefore earnestv demanded and So Will Be for the Tramp LIMA O Dec Creamer who is a professional tramp and known as Gentleman Thomas the dude tramp was here yesterday on a strange journey William Austin a wealthy Boston mrn offered Creamer if he would beat his way from Boston to San Francisco and return a distance of about six thousand miles iu twentyone days The conditions are that Creamer is to start anil retnm without a cent and is to travel on passen ger trains only He arrived here and left on n Fort Wayne train Market Report CHICAGO Dec the exchanges were closed Christmas day and there is no market report The louva Stite Kistedtlfod GSKALOOSA la Dec The fifth an nual meeting the Iowa State Eisteddfod was held at the Masonic Opera boose yes terday The people who attended pro nounce it a success and entertaining be yond expectation The leaders were Pro fessor Aprncdock of Chicago on music and pottry and D R VTilliamis of Braddock Pa on prose Aim Arbor Students Drotvuetl ANX AnBOli Mich Dec Ger trude M Ilniinday of Patchogue X and F K Dickinson of Dnbuque Lv the former a in the medical depart ment and thi latter a junior in the home opathic school were drowned Wednesday night white skuting ou the river about I wo miles front the ckv Good Will IVas 1lentilul Oootl Cheer CHI Aoo Dec Christmas never probably brought joy to more hearts in this city than it did yesterday There was no lack of good cheer for those who were unfortunate The county hospital pa tients the newsboys the prisoners in the i jail the street waifs the orphans and hundreds of others were given for once in the year a sqnare meal besides other gifts One work of 3ove deserves special mention KxAldennan Jonas fed about 2000 poor people at his store on Wabasb avenue Many of the women who were beneficiaries of htis bounty kissed his hands and showered blessings upon him The services at the churches were joyous with Christmas music and were all well at tended The same story will do for the other cities olf the country It was noticeable at New York that the churches wen crowded while the matinees at the thea tres were sjimiy attended The ut tlue White Hone WASinxoTor Dec presi dent and bt muvnlijers of his family did not attend church yesterday morning They spent most of the morning in the li brary where the MisKee babies had a big Christmas tree The distribution of pres ents to the children and the others or the executive household took place at 9 oclock Baby McKee showed a decided domestic taste by devoting himself exclusively to A toy kitchen to the neglect of a tricycle given him by his grandfather THE CRYPTOGRAM IS THERE A North lakota Turtle VlmUoatea Ion Kllvs liook X D Dec Ig natius Donnellys Great Cryptogram was about to be published Shelly Smith se cured the agency for Kfchland county In making the rounds of his canvass this book agent called on P J McCumbpr the weltknown North Dakota politician and under the pretense that the Great Cryp togram explained the alleged cipher run ning through Shakespeares plays sold him a copy He Coiililnt Find tbe Cipher Mr McCumber never paid for the book and when the agent demanded the money declined on the ground that he had read the hook nnd failed to find the cipher which was represented to be there Smith sued the case cume on before Justice Thayer who gave the plaintiff a verdict on the ground that the preponderance of evi dence showed that the cryptogram was there as Smith the plaintiff swore that it was iiml McCumber couldnt swear that it wamt although he was certain of it HIGH OLD TIME INDICATED The Loglsluture Likely Have K Jjively Session CHICAGO Dec is announced that the Republican stato central committee has filed notice of pontett of election against K T Noonan J Arnold J W Copplnger and Caldwell Democratic senatorselect from the First Fifteenth Fortyfirst and Thirtyninth spectively The Tribune interprets this action as muaning that every time a Democratic majority in the house of rep resentatives ousts a Republican a Repub lican senate will oust a Democrat It means moreover that the session of the legislature which is now imminent will be u thing of beauty and a joy forever ip comparison with whirh the proceedings of the Thirtyfourth general assembly will bn as mild us a May morning DREADFUL SIGHT AT A FIRE Two Ten Sien Iu Flames Just He fore the Itoof IV1I on Them KANSAS CITY Mo Dec special from olden Mo says The house of Samuel Mnlone on West Fifth street burned to the ground yesterday Aa the firemen arrived on the scene one side of the house fell out and by the light of the lire they saw Mr Mnlone and John Hicks li is ilrot heri nla w cmwl I rig toward s rt door in their lied room attempting to es cape Then the root fell in and the un fortunate men were hidden from sight Their charred bodies were found in the ruins It is believed Malone and Hicks were druggxU the house robbed ant then set on lire In ventilation is being made The Way to Get Possession of Cuba WASHistTON CITY Dec 2ftA dispatch from Havana reports that a syndicate of New York capitalists has within the last few days purchased for in gold the sugar plantation and factory known as Kamon one of the largest in Cuba and is making arrangements to increase the cultivation area and reduce the cost of pro ilnotion The same dispatch also reporta that imotVr New York syndicate is nego tiating for the estate Luisa near the town of Sugua and that agents of other syndi cates are in the country prospecting for similar purposes A rVmaml That May Mean Strike ALTOOXA Pa Dec miners of the Central Pennsylvania coal regions have served notice on the coal operators demanding a change in the price of mining from 50 cents gross ton to 5U cents net ton and u uc ur working scale of prices which they want to go into effect on the 1st of January If the demands are not granted the men to the Dumber of 15000 will quit work on tlie first of the year FarejmuKhs Theatre Burned BjiLTtMOKE Mil Dec Forepaiighs theatre a part of the Masonic Temple building was burned yesterday were discovered about noon and soon thereafter nothing but the walls of the beautiful building were left standing loss will be about and the in surance is reported to be Xo one was injured Has a Klizxartl of His Own CCUTMBUS O Dec Mettles aged 60 a wealthy and retired newspaper man well known in Ohio and Miss Eliza beth Blizzard aged 21 a charming young lady of this city were married last night Mr Mettles bears the distinction of being older at the time of his marriage than any fellow journalist who ever officiated as briJegroom BftOK E HER HEABT A Cruel Slander Kills an Estim able Girl THE STOBY OP ICES PACKS DEATH Seven Passengers Seriiusly Injured GBDTNELL la Dec A j tollision occuired last evening on the I Central railroad near this place between a j freight and passenger train Seven pas i sengers were seriously in juretL This en gineer of the passenger train jumped and i is believed to be fatally injured Put Olt tlie Wringing a Year DUVER X H Deo B Saw telle spent his Christmas day in listening to of counsel before tbe jury which was trying him for the murder of brother some months ago The crime j was a particularly atrocious one the murdered man having been decoyed by tae murderer to a lonely spot and there to death the body afterwards lminsi the head which had been cut off but was found later The case went to the jury in the afternoon and they found the prisoner guilty and he was sentenced to be hanged on the first 3av in Januarr ISftJ A letter written by the father of Judge Thurman has been unearthed containing the information that the judge when a boy wanted to go to West Point Judge Thurmin on being told of tbe letter said that at 16 he was ambitious to be a soldier IVriteft M Lying Cliarge Against Her Father on Ihe UlarkboarO of Hor the Christmas 4J1II of a Life Prominent of TrHf ami His Dog CoLOiBrs Ind Dec Bertha Park was employed to teach school in the village of Memphis some miles south of this city She was IS years old but culti vated beyond her 3enrs with a pleasant disposition that won her muiiy friends The progress made by her as an instructor was very flattering which made her popu lar in her chosen work About two weeks ago on her return from her days labor her mother observed a gniat change in the appearance of her daughteV In a few days the symptoms grew inqre alarming and it was thought best by her parents that lw r0al condition made known to them A Tragedy 111 the House For this purpose the parents summoned two and two justices of the eace all residents of the village ou the ifternoon of the 18th of As the gentlemen were conducted by the girls father into the room where she lay she recognized one of the physicians by cordial greeting On seeing the other gentlemen she was seized with a suddeu paroxysm and expired falling back in the bed iu which she was sitting An autopsy was at ODCD held and it was decided that death lad ensued from heart failure the remote cause of which supposed to have been over study KUIeri by u Slanderer Since the death of the girl Mrs Park iias divulged the secret confided to her by lier daughter on the day wheu tho symp toms of her disturbed mental condition were first discovered showing that the once bright mind had been wrecked by the act of some unkuouti miscreaut by con necting the uame of tlie girls father iu a criminal way wth what is known as the Massacre On the morning of the lay referred to whon the young teacher entered her school room she discovered ipon the black board writ ten in a bold band a sentence charging Marion Park her father with tbe immter of tlm Park family twenty years previous It IJrore Her tt Death TJiis was too for her young uiud She erased the crael slander but it lin gered still and bore so heavily on her mind that it caused her death in the man uer indicated few days afterward thus adding another chapter to the history of a crime that was written in blood a score of years before and for which three col ored men were arrested and lodged in jail lit Charleston the county scat whence they were taken by a mob and hanged to a tree The father of the young school teacher is almost wild with grief at the loss of his daughter and thu connection of his name with the murder of his parents If the man who wrote that calumny wns kuowu there would be a lynching ELI LOWRYS CHRISTMAS GIFT It a Pnrtlon for a titMas lrorced to INDIANAPOLIS Ind Dec Lowry a life prisoner but an outside trusty in Jeffersonville penitentiaryhad a good deal of Christmas sunshine come to him early Tuesday evening Tuesdaiy Governor Hovey decided to pardon him but ai tlie attestation of the secretary of state could not be obtained in time to send the pardon out by the late afternoon mail the gov ernors private secretary talegraphed lo Warden Patten that the pardon had been granted and the papers would reach him Wednesday afternoon The Story of the Crime On the night of March 2 1875 Lee and Benton Jones wealthy and influential peo ple of Orleans Orange county called Thomas Moody also wealthy and of mm h influence in the community to his door As he appeared in the broad light the Joneses concealed by the shrubbery in the yard fired athim riddling his body with bullets Lowry worked for Jones as a sawyer and immediately after the murder fled to Illinois but was brought back He swore that the Joueses planned the murder and compelled him to accompany them When near Moores residence he slipped away and left the place Ixnvry however got a life sentence which was all the Joueses got Repeated efforts to secure his pardon have at last been successful Tried to Hob a SenatorElect MABTIXSVILLE Ind Dec Tra falgar ten miles east of here the store of Josiah Moore state senatorelect from district was entered Tuesday night by two masked men who beat the clerk biarles Watson into insensibility and blew open the safe The explosion roused the neighbors and the roblwrs did not se cure anything A went in pursuit Watsons recovery is doubtful A 1 tlm of Whisky iNDIASAIOLIsDec Hunsucker j prominent citizen of Jackson county died suddenljhere Wednesday He bad been on R protracted spree for several weeks but signed one of Francis Murphys pledges last Tuesday night He was taken to a private sanitarium for treatment where he gradually grew weaker While the physician was administering medicine Hunsuckersuddenly expired Ah Yes but How About Wife COLUJI BU3 Ind Dec Petil liot the wife murderer was taken to lhe railway station on iiis way to prison for life there were few friends present that cared to recognize him but his was there and those who witnessed rhe meeting of Petilliot and his dog say men turned aside to wipe the tears trom their eyes Tbe Ieath of Jnilge Kiuta INDIAXAPOUS Dec dis patches from Rutland Vt announce the death of Judge Hints He lived here for many years and was the law partner of President Harrison and Attorney General Miller the firm name being Hines Miller The cause of death was apoplexy Homier Xoten Robert Pippin charged irith commit ting forgeries in Nappanee has been lo cated at Plymouth and warrants issaed for his arrest A crowd collected in a saloon at Farm Wednesday night and before ruorning Bud Moore had been shot in the head and George Berlein in the shoulder Neither will die Nick OBrien was killed in a saloon row at Loogootee Thursday E H Xoyes agent of the Baltimore and Ohio road at Cobnrg killed by cars Thursday Robert IfATwhmli A fnrroiM of There are marriage tics ind friendy tics And the ties which business makes There are solemn ties and merrr tics And the ties in betting stakes There are builders lies Mid railroad ties Which an actor can reall But ihe HCilDAY ties ive advertise Are the prettiest ties ol all DEWENTER The Hatter and Furnisher 20 PER CENT OFF Special FOR CASH of and Pantp HARRY G TUCKER The Pearl Street Tailor illc wis killil by the rais VWiliHsjriy J of the old est ut ur droitjietl dead Vb L1 ilijippoaivtl from iTa u weeks his discovered in a rfinoto place he Imving shot hiinsolf Kdward Parker of MoiiToeville died Tuesday nijilir as is from effects of a preseription com poumled by a REMARKABLE That ii Puzxlliii lle 1hysl elans of Or N J OiiAXdK X 1 lite The doctors iu lN viiMtiity are marveling over a most extLKirdinary oojuiTiMice Tiiey have ransacked the records and call liud no case equally strange On Nuvemlwr 19 last Mrs John Sullivan of Purrow this city gave birth to a baby which waa strong and healthy and is doing well Mrs Sullivan recovered from hersiekuesi jroceedcd ivitli her liuuKclioM dutii iiiilil Iueslay when she gave birth to second child also strong and healthy attending physician surprised at this abuonnal event called in a of the most prominent physieiaus in Orange Although nu old practitioner himself he could not account for the occurrence nor mid his colleagues PHYSIOLOGY AND HYGIENE ABBREVIATED TELEGRAMS Some of the 1Veneh newspapers irti inate that Kmperor William visits he will Ix plnyinir with lir1 A soaking rain foil in the soullRTii part of Kansas doubtless destroy ing the Hessian Ily in the wheat Rev Hubert Clyde of Philadelphia is charged with heing Ixastly drunk ou the street at Mansfield O Tuesday morning Private Watchman Butz shot and killed a burglar at Philadelphia Thursday wbiJd the burglar was in the act of robbing A fruit waivlioiist Henry Eiseman Co of Council Hluffs la retail dry goods assigneil Thursday The linns tiabiliiiutt are known to be over witU about assets Two convicts W Taylor twenty years and John McGuire fifty years were pardoned by the governor of Missouri Christtnas in accordance with a time honoreil tustom At a test of steel manufactured at the Carpenter Steel works of Reading Pa a Due incli bar broke at a strain of 233893 pounds being about 20QUO pounds in ex cess of the highest record authoritatively known The Ijoiler in WeSN ltinitcr mill forty miles from Newport Ark explode Thursday blowing the engineer Wiley Sloan to atoms and mangling tlie supennteiHlenr John Ansfiies Geo M son of the lit Cinfry Storrs is again in trorblt He was up in the City WeduesJay for forfeiting a Y bail bond He wts later t ikii Itack to Xev York Mrs Martha J XCWIOT a Miwtukee woman who was married only JcttiKr find hac alreiidy separated froiii fitr hus band still loved him so welt she heard hs had been arrested for drunken Qfess she commitletl Hiiicine If A Macy a senior medic U student at Ann Arjor Mich died from the result oi injuries received while coast ing Ltsl Friday night lie was going home and sUirted for the train but ac Kpted an invitation to ride down hilL The sled became unmanageable and be fell ff in some way the sled striking him in the abdomen ITe Trusts Jii LONDON DCKI commission of the French chamber of deputies is considering I he of naval reform Admiral Vallen stated fxfore the commission that with 4OJ torpedo boats the coast of France would be practically invulnerable expressed very little conlidenc in sub marine torpedo lxats Common uf tlie Symptoms DlntluruUh Indigestion bilioasncss anO coDstiptttion are as every one knows frequent CSMISW of headache but the exact mftnaer in which these and other disturbed condi tions of the system affect the head U not so well understood A physician who bw made a close study c headache in ita vari ous forma is quouki as having found that in constipation the pain affects the entire forehead from the edge of the scalp to the eyebrows In cases of up on the forehead and just below or at the commencement of the be where constipation did not exist that there was almost always a form of dyspepsia suf fered from which called for the of alkalies whereas if the pain was located lelow this the middle of the existed which de manded the use of acids When poiAOBs are absorbed f rohi the stomach and bowels as has already stated must often the case there is usually a tendency to giddiness often some trouble with the eye Bight ami almost always a depression of the spirits Among the common causes of headache brain exhaustion must hare a prominent place Brain work may bring it on but where frequent headaches due to tbete causes arc suffered from there U usually lack of certain amount of nervous debility In such cases gerere mental effort or the giving way to power ful mental emotions is quite certain to be followed by headache In th form the pain is dull and heavy and to be deep seated It may of course be slight or very intense The headache of brain ex haustion is quite generally associated with insomnia The Deadly Cold If trustworthy could be bad of the number of persons who die every year or become permanently diseased front sleeping in damp or cold beds they would probably be astonishing and appalling It is a peril tliit constantly traveling men and if they are wise they will invari ably insist on having their beds and dried even At the risk of causing mucb trouble to their landlords But according to Good Housekeeping it is a peril that resides also in the home and cold spare room ban slain thousands ol hapless guests and will go on with slaughter till ieople learn wisdom Xot only the guest but the family often fufler the penalty of sleeping in cold and chilling their bodies at a time when they need all their bodily heat by getting be S tween cold sheuta Even iu warm gummer weather a cold damp bed will get in tti deadly work It is a needless peril aod the neglect to provide dry rooms and has in it the of murder and sui cide Cold Cream Etc tor the There are many that chafe readily from exposure to tbe wind Journal of Health says that a simple prep aration of sweet cream rubbed into the skin after washing it thoroughly la a rem edy for this trouble should be ap plied at night just before retiring aad ttr next morning the face should thoroughly first in lukewarm water and afterward in cold give tone to tbe mus cles Some htdies who do not flail glycer ine irritating to tbe skin use in the way a small portion of it dilated with half its bulk of rose water preparation is rubbed in the face and and giovn are worn at night A little ammonia in the water is a help toward keepinc the skin firm and free from To Keep tka Hair Erw Once in a coaplj of or less as you find your to a ood hairdresser who will run your tram by tress through a comb snipping broken or split and leaving healthy growing ends No indiscriminate chop lie ping at the end of a braid with nwli ama teur scissors will produce of much valne firntuitl f jru to STEIDENVIILE O Dec 20 son employed at XlchoLsons Brick worka ittenipte1 to remove an obstruction from the cnrher WednedAy He stooped over to reacl for the stone while the mill revolving rapidly and fell in The im mense wheels tjroirnd him to pieces Those Troublpnome AgaEa ARKANSAS CITY Kas Dec iay afternoon tbe boomers1 camped in this city held a meeting and decided to in vade the strip afteraoon at 5 oclock provide the soldiors haid all left Camp Merritt The soldiera have packed up Weather We JKmy i WASHIIXGTON CITY Dec foBowlaf the ireatiwr inilicitiorjs tor hoars from 8 p m For Wisconsin Cpjter Michigan aaid snoKii southerly wincSs iraimer weather For Lower Fridij warm ar weather For in soattieni tair in northern portion warmer ra riatite irinds For mow or rain eailterly winds warmer veatber POWDER Absolutely OfBiltalMT BCWC Bapott Amf 1   

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