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Logansport Weekly Journal (Newspaper) - February 24, 1883, Logansport, Indiana Weekly j Ourn i Quot t vol. 35.logansport, Indiana. Saturday february 2. 1883.-10 pages. No. 8. The next state fair will be held during the week Beining sept. 24th. Of Soiko for the wife beater is proposed in the new York legislature. Pious Bem Butler has appointed a fast Day in Massachusetts for thursday april 5. The churches and Church property in new York City Are i glued at Over 140,000.000. It is said that Juhu c. A Ariale has 100 votes pledged to him for the next speaker ship of the House of go Grebs a decision of the supreme court of t e United states that no state court has a right to i validate raaen Ltd ments to its Constitution that have been ratified by the people is to be made the Trauvis of a rehearing on the prohibition amendment in Iowa. The doctrine of the supreme court decision is sound sense and ought to be sound Law. If the people of a state Are Sov reign in anything they must be so in framing or adjusting their organic Law. The prospects of Tariff revision at the present session of Congress Are daily becoming smaller and beautifully less. The House of the legislature table the Bill providing for the election of county superintendents by the peo Pla. There is a tradition in Cincinnati banded Down from the indians that the Ohio River Rose Loo feet in the year 1774. It is stated that the dog tax of this state pays for All she a killed by dogs and puts $100, pm a year into the school fund. Propositions for prohibitory amendments have be a voted Down in the Legislatures of Minnesota and Nen Hay crop of 1881i at the value of $272,000,000. This exceeds the Cash value of the Cotton crop by 190,000.000. Governor Post Kkt he a vetoed the Brown Bill which makes i political q Oil i of the offices of the state Begiev Lent institutions. The House of the Kansas legislature Rejes Ted a proposition to re submit the prohibition amendment to the people by a vote of c5 to 50. The democrats Ana liquor men Are fighting High License in Illinois with As much Energy As they devote against r a Ohio Ilion in this a discovery of the body of a Eup-1 tramp in the ruins of the new i to at Milwaukee has started body that was fired Ety cattle of that class stealing a lodging. Bili has been introduced a the Blouse of Congress repealing All internal Revenue taxes except upon liquors acid providing for the distribution Ili 0,-000,000 of the surplus Revenue on baud among the several slates. General Hancock s Tariff As a Quot local Issue Quot is booming. Senator Beck is solid for the Protection of Kentucky hemp. Senator Vorhees stands for the Protection of Indiana and Southern manufacturers. Senator Vest favors the fullest Protection of Missouri interests. The entire democratic party is bound hand and foot to the Protection of the Louisiana and Texas sugar planters and to it goes ail around. The democratic a arty on general principles Ativo Cates free Trade or Tariff for Revenue ouly Butas a Quot Loca Issue Quot flavors the Protection of Partick lir interests it dare not antagonize. Hon j. H. Mclean a native born southerner and recent Independent candidate for governor of South Carolina says that Quot the system of political frauds is not Only destroying the lib erties of the people but i demoralizing society in All its phases and absolutely threatens to destroy All honesty and virtue in the Chur has will As in the state. As evidence of this 1 need Ouy say that it i a common thing for the democrats to practice fraud on mail outlier in their primary elections act in , and worse still the a me corrupt methods Are being in the Chur ii Electious. But the be Opku Are Awakening to the evil ret ult of this system of frauds and we Are a n the eve of a political upheaval. Tiie i sue is Fredilon of speech and purity of the news Brevi ties. The Secretary of the Lucerio has transmitted to Congress a request or an appropriation of ss47,00 to sup imply with of n and cows who families Lof Sioux India is who have gone to it Irving at various in a Cord Ince with the of the Sioux 1 treaty of discs. The of Ulai Iori of Alaniva iveing Decion a by ii opera Hay a c l it uial Spape phen a tree Cendou i a Hurricane 1 swept Over the Island and acte Ltd As a Antiseptic for on the 1 a following Day not a Siam be ail diurnal j fuse of c Ali a Brolie out an i j live been Reid Ort Quot a is n cd. I Samuli a Corr the Iii May of Wurt i Berg tei Iwho weighed to pounds i last in Dot the instruction a of Iii Jilin a dans had titi sued Linin self to a Letje us it Lon his Knees wit i Iii head it ii a hair but he went to bed one night Ideal Araug he would sleep Tipiere if he died for it and lie it lid die for it. Human of a demands thai the i if Hall provide amid in frail the Insa be in tii i St i thut the horrible Poeih in a hich to Runny it of these unfortunates Are now Nailer in in the Cou Lieh w of 1 a abolished rhe great state of Indiana u a imply Bleto do this work a id 8ni uld promptly set amt it. The Cesi itt of Dup Iarion of Tiff United state Tico Ordung to our census it of 1880, is in latitude a i degrees 4 Diin ites 8 second i and in Longitude 84 a Lees 39 minutes 4 be Contos. To Lii a laces it in Kentucky Oje mile from South Bank of the River and put Miles West by a Jun from the a Art of the City of Cincinnati oot far it a the Center of the present flood senator a Kuhn of Georgia it credited with screwed views of the effect of Tariff legislation from a democratic partisan standpoint As foil Quot the Tariff is destined to be a Corrol ing Issue in politic Jand for that reason i had hoped the democrats what a Are now in the minority a both houses would be quiet and passive and let the republicans pass any Bill they choose to. They cannot possibly pais one that will satisfy the people and every Blunder Tuey make will diminish their popularity. Then we could Point to e people to the Ite publican party and May they did it. If you want it changed you Niu it tru to the democracy. I am sure we can and worm More equitable Bill than they will. But now Hui it pose we worry Alon and Prev it the passage of a Lill. Why Theu when tie next Congress convenes the democrats will have the majority and if they pass a Tariff Bill the same How of dissatisfaction will come up and put in peril our Success in the next presi dentil Eler fion. The a a Slature of Arkansas just what is known As the Quot three Lile act. It prohibits for two years of intoxicants within three Tny Chuich or school House on Ilion of a majority of tie adult in Abitanta regardless of sex. There is a w which makes such prohibition per Laal and does not apply to cities of i first Aud second class. Tie new applied to All. Fou the Teu or of some of the resolutions a ised by Ultra prohibitionist a it May be inferred that they the closing of Sailous on sunday and in Ford Midnight the reduction of saloons to half their present number the Abo Lilion of All games and other similar attractions from places where liquor is sold tie Eflee Tual prohibition of the 8ale of liquor to minors and habitual drunkards and to All the Ixion be in thousands of places wider i it is now sold freely All Bec Huwe Quot tie Nule of liquor is a sin in tiie set t of Oij Itiat should tit totally pro Iii Stenling Quot a sin Quot etc., Noinin Fly it Roui item it is True hut still a fut part Vul Mit. A Nisi tii Euars an Immi Tihy prot Iii .-.d, i jilt. It is a i a y Maler to e ten Idle Iii of of Iii Ockie la u noun d Iwori a d i a i Hui. I like run nor a Lic Rii e tax a Rohi Bius the male of Liju r t tiie extent of ii tax and tie Ottier . In elect All Laws that Nomi ally Proli Iuit of Jay work re traint Ault i the Nie Suie of this restraint of the Law is governed a y an adj Iii Tine it of the a to the surround Itig circus instances it would not do in these Days to uric Liat tiie penalty for stealing und forgery Bidetti and the Cou Firica tion of tiie property of the Felon. On the same line of rea8 ning it May not 1 6 wine overdo tie restraint of the liquor traffic by a absolute i Mohibi Tori t at will fall much Short of the results to be attained by partial prohibition above All absolute pro ii Iti ii at itt Best is Only a Distant possibility while partial prohibition and great restraint of the evils of the liquor traffic is practicable and near at hand. P rom this Stind Point of in Chi Oppi sed to bigoted theories and self righteous sentiment can any Christian Man find excuse Fot refusing the Good he can a Quot to out of a Blind Devotion to the a fid he May desire the City election at Philadelphia resulting in a Republican Victory. An Academy of pharmacy for women will be opened at Louisville March is. The business men of new York Sab scribed $30,000 monday in Aid of the flood sufferers. The false Prophet the Leader of the insurrection in the Vaudau Baa been made prisoner at Obeid. A memorial Tablet Baa been placed in the Hoase at Rome inhabited in 1880 by professor Samuel f. B. Morse. The Gross earnings of the Union Pacific Railroad for 1882 were $30 363,-927, an increase of 1329,931. The surplus was $14,301,977. A Man named Thomas Welsh living on the West Side Chicago in a fit of Drunken fury beat his wife to death monday morning Ann Gerry third daughter of Eldridge Gerry a signer of the declaration of Independence died at new Haven saturday aged 91. The German Parl Aoa ent has decide 1 the Case against the american hog and the germans will be compelled to eat their own diseased pork. Dion Boucicaut and mrs Langtry will make a tour of the Pacific coast let Egi Unido in april under the management of Frederick a. Schwab. Five of the persons concerned in the murder of professor Palmer in Egypt have been sentence to to death and others to terms of imprisonment. A new York court monday refused a Mau Damu compelling the mayor to Grant a License to i. Morse for the pro Luction of his Quot passion a a Eok Gia grower cleared last year $9,000 on Kex acres of watermelons. In seven counties it is estimated that 7,000 acres of melons will be planted Liis year. It appears that fruits and vegetables Are California by weight and the victims of fraudulent fruit baskets n the Large cities Are calling for the California plan. The Secretary of the British legation at Teheran with his escort was attacked on the turkoman Steppes eleven of the escorts being killed Aud nine wounded. Francis Wardel special pension agent Vas sentenced at Detroit to four years in the House of it Orr motion for forging the name of the Detroit agent to a Money order. A crusade against the cigarette has been inaugurated in the a Blic schools of Philadelphia where it is maid a Large Praport Ilijin of 5u, a use tobacco in its various forint Jules ferry the new French Premier favors constitutional revision and the establishment of the scrutiny de Liste. The Gambetti St journals look with favor on the new Miu siry. The Senate of Congress has its Revenue reduction Bill with Tarioli amendments reducing Tarioli Aad in Tern in taxation in amounts estimated at from$4<>.000,000 to $s0, .<>o,txl0 a year. So Wochee the rebel has been ordered Eft the Sac and Fogt reservation by the j agent. General Porter with tie constitutional forces of the Creek Natilu is advancing on Luin and Figl Ting is imminent. Or. Ii. J. Jle in one of the wealth in t wheat growers in Calif Truia was fatally shot by h Miller a bookkeeper whom lie Hnz . Or. A Melioli was once democratic nominee for of the state. A mexican Syndicate including pres i tent to ii Les Ami Iii ii leading per Ripi it renting a capital of i Ltd let a 0, Iii Nils purchasing 7 hmm duo acres of Tiik Luibil ii. N or Lii in a Exico i icy will dispose to aide Picun a big ants at a Gri Al Jiro tit. T. P. Sheldon Ltd of s Quot Bank at Kala int / o. Mitrb., was saturday by .1 Man in a Bugy calling a member of uie firm to the door of alleged Busi Nenh when a a on federate sneaked in and approx Risiti <1 Al i m. The ions was not discovered for sometime and tie thieves escaped. an a fact of Ierdell s confession it is rumoured Nirady and Dorsey Are preparing to quit Washington Aud that Flores Are being made to Quot fix Quot the jury. Brady is converting his prop try into a Ash one of his last transactions netting him 5120,0 j0. This Money he is a uiting aside to cover an . During tie storm at m mis Minn. Mary Gibson is years of age started from the House of one of the neigh hours to her Home which was Only a Short distance away. It was found on sunday morning that she had not reached Home and search was immediately made which re felted in finding her in a Small clump of Bushes to badly Frozen that so died very soon aft3r being a take to her father s House. Gail Hamilton has been offered the trusteeship of the Massachusetts state workroom. Thousands of acres of land Are Ohangiog-4rnership at fifty cents an a Ere in �x�8. In the haired states during 1882, 1,683,791 net tons of Iron and steel rails were proct tired. The Maine Senate has passed the measure permitting women to vote on school questions. The Illnois state Board of Aerick Ture has located the state fair for the next two years at Chicago. Amono the curiosities of politics is the mention of Murat Holstead As a possible candidate for give Norof Ohio. At Fulton k. Y., John w. Lyon who has been conducting the free meth a lift meetings wus Arr a Ted for Foi Ger. At Brackett Texas Early sunday morning children of Michael Mcdonald were burned in bed by the . The new York Assembly has passed to third Reading the measure prohibiting political assessments on the officeholders or candidates. Express messenger Smith of the Albany and Susquehanna train was shot twice by a robber hut Smith std yield the Fuus a to -$4i ,000. General Mca dares alleged to be Quot no. 1,&Quot Radii toned by the Irish in former Carey formerly resided at St. Louis Aud was Well known there. John bk0wkk,0f new York City paid $2,000 for Turing excused from jury duty and a Deputy jury is on trial for receiving half the Money. The Washington gossips cannot understand Why the Aud or. Blaine Aud Bia Fau Aily Are on such intimate terms. They see in it something significant. Matilda Paul itch a professional Singer who lost a foot by an Accident on the new to Riff Centre Road was tuesday awarded damages by a new York City jury. President Arthur sent to the Senate tue Day the names of the civil service commissioners As follows Dor Man a. Eaton of new York Judin m. Gregory of Illinois Aud Loroy d. Tiiman of Oblo. Mrs. Tilly Schonder of sign Ringfiel mo., put a Bullet through the Here of Hir free Koutlis old infant monday and then killed herself. The woman Aud her husband removed from Belle Villy. 111., two years ago. A Bill his been a Rita Nhy ced in the legislature re forming the Congi Essieu Al Dib Tricis of the stale in the Lute rests of the democratic a arty. L i it Iler Titis Bill Howard and Warren counties Are added to the tenth and Lake urd Porter ure put into the districts. Near West Lebanon ind., Early Wedney Day morning a severed Section of a freight train dashed Down a Grade into the proceeding part creating a great wreck which was set on fire and in Wii Icli Johnme Hun of it. , Aud i j. H. Turner of Flora Iii., Wert burned to death. e Lico has Fri ten he a pm ror Viliamu a tatting Liat German Bisho a have been instructed to i Foini tiie government of the a it i it ointment of new curates. Tii. To e a is that in addition to the of them in Laws Irupe it Huie nth to tiie exercise to it of clerical duties a Iid to tining in a removed. A Nyasa Lington be civil us a car ious act i y Ihone inter. Ted w to the Huise und St la ate re thur i it. J Iii.-? is the growing i use of let r As a Talee hive rage Ivy to t of person is who a us a ii in <ja.y. G into to e to a Iii hour Anil you will see Henat hrs or k a tilt in Tat i ves seat d at tables taking , their bottles of Beer beside them the contents disappearing in Smull in total ments along with the lunch of oysters Mutton chops or soup Erom two to three Huu Drtad bottles of Beer Are a Lisp sed of Dady in these two , a Large pro portion to Mem tiers of Congress. The sad Story of an eccentric but Good hearted old miser who Recaully died in the Village of North Lima Ohio is briefly to d when Abouo Man he had loved a pre try Jermaya Maiden but through the t of her father they were prevented from marrying. The Young Man losing All interest in life came to America aug i became a Recluse and the Maiden lie came insane and has been in thai condition for the last fifty eight years. The will of the old Man was discovered after his death and it was found that he gave the savings of a lifetime to his Eany love whose mind is too impaired for her even to understand the Sig nig Cance of the act. An Sammin from Egypt. New York february 22.�?the United Statts steamship nip sic arrived in this port this afternoon from Lisbon bringing As a prisoner Stephen p. It air san who in the Spring of 1s70 murdered Alexander , in Alexan Dria Egypt. He will be confined in the Penitentiary at Albany n. A. Where he will serve out a life sentence. He will however remain a prisoner on Board the steamship until orders Are received from Washington. The crime for which he was arrested occasioned great interest in diplomatic circles at the time it was committed and was especially note worthy As being the second murder investigated by a re Presentati. J of this government in a country that was not Christian. He is 51 years of age and was born in Smyrna. He came to this country abut Twenty seven years ago t Camean american citizen and engaged in business in Boston but at the end of the civil War he went to Egypt. He had an american passport Aud carried with him numerous letters of introduction to officials of this country in Alexandria. He became an egyptian custom h u3e employee and subsequently tried without Success to obtain the position of interpreter to the l United states Cou it us general. He when endeavoured to enter the service of the Khedive and thru Fth the in fluence of Mustapha Pasha at that time minister of finance he was enabled to Estal Lish a weekly newspaper in which he <1 i cussed the claimer Oil interest of of the country. When mus the Tiia Pasha was exp de to upper Egypt of Peru nations amount to o the newspaper was not s 111 a pressed but when the eur it Pean Tiu Rutial control a it asst abolished advised that the f it Licati or. Of Mir Zans pop a she a uld in a discontinued because it was to tie a Overn ment. Mizun suspected Alex. Dedham an Ameri Chu and a mend of the Kii Edive to let a the per Ion who was trying to have his s stopped Audne declared in Public that he would be a avenged arming himself with a pistol he lid behind a Pillow in the main Entrance of the mercantile Exchange. Ault i at Noou when Dah am entered the building shot and instantly killed id. The murderer then went to the american Consul and gave himself into the charge of that officer. When the news reached the state department at Washington Horace Maynard then minister to constantinople was directed to try the Case. Mirzie was defended by lawyers employed by the free masons of , of Wlach society he was a Memi or and the prosecution was conducted by attorn is engaged by the Khedive. The trial lusted three Days and or. Maynard found Mil. .11 guilty Ai d Sente ended Iii to it of d i a Ctol or is of pro ident comm Tell the sentence to life imprisonment when it Nad been rep Reser Ted to him that was insane. The prisoner was confined in tie consular prison at Smyrna until two Mouths ago. Itlie Iii Uiligi ii t urk. Be v y a in it Briary 22.�?the Case of join h. I Ore tiie ferry master who is accused of embezzling from tiie new York pc Liro Oklyn ferry in Pauy was up l before judge Cullen of tie supreme court to any on a la 4 Ori to a ii in Moore and sever. Savings let Wiiks from interfering with tiie Motiey a i posited therein by Iii. Moore in his javits swore he h id never stolen anything from the coins Itzy but h id Iee. It i larg. Suopis from Iii ii Joisie Quot. Lii Bifid Noivo pc tion of is King y from the a lie Iliad often in Niu Kim Eliu Geu de his i a o key Jiuu it ii i ii of Elf a the Luil u Rij it to d it. Though Money was furn Slitni by toe Elt nip Iny for ii adige yet it was c a Given Keiit ism Etique. To use Bills of other Den it in nations than those by the Gnu Tauy a id he used is own stills and alien repaid himself. Cud. had visited ids Celt and lipid said Quot if i Gnu will pay you May Settle not str and go out Sofii Erenfree Moore Leal de that he was innocent and would not Settle. Justice Zaidner ii old him to bail and the grand jury threw out the inflict Meni. He had not conceal Eti or secreted his property which Consi sted of real estate Aud Piank deposits. Affidavits to the effect that Copeland flared to Settle the matter upon Moore s paying $10,no were made by Margaret Moore Arthur Clin Chy and Hannah Brown. The Case was then continued till next week. Let us it Len it sen Fialon. Dublin february 22.�? there is a remarkable reaction All Over the City today. The excitement of toe past week s has been succeed by a silence Alinor. Amounting to sul Lenness. Whenever anyone Speaks on the subject abhor rence at the conduct of Carey is the predominant sentiment. This must not be taken As amounting to an approval of crime or sympathy with the alleged criminals Bat simply As an expression of condemnation at the system which permits the Arch conspirator of All the Man most guilty by procurement and perpetration of one of the foulest crimes that Ever disgraced Irish annals to save Bis own miserable Lite at the expense of the lives of his dupes Many of whom were led into the shameful confederation by his solicitation and example. He now seeks to palliate his perfidy by representing that it was his wife who influenced him and who became the go Between with the Crown authorities. One of Carey s ant types in treachery. Gen. Massey in fenian times made the same plea when he i betrayed his associate sin that movement. Carey s condition in Kilma inesm is pitiable if there Ever could be any pity for such a wretch. The defiant bravado exhibited in Curt was succeeded by Complete depression in the Solitude of his cell. He who at the secret tribunal of the inner i Vinci Bles in weighed so indignantly against traitors had Home to realize the pictures of treachery drawn by himself and to realize tiie probability that the doom to had decreed against others might be his own. The guard of marines and policemen stationed at Carey s residence is still kept up professedly for the or. Section of his wife and children but this is understood to be a Mere feint As mrs. Carey and her household Are said to be safely sheltered at the chancery Lane police station near the Southwest Entrance of the upper Castle Yang. The fir to letter of condolence miss Burke received after the assassination of her brother was from informer Carey. When Dwyer Grey was chairman of the municipal health committee he accused Carey of abetting murderous Cou Spira pics. Since the recent disclosures Many Farmers sons and Irish Ameri cans have fied the country. The National league condemns the presence of Cavett dropping Quot police at its meetings. I it tet tiv s Injo upor it by. Washington d. C.,february 22�?the work of the citizens in investigating the sgt called detect lace of the District is Nearin a end. It is probable that the detectives will be arrested and probably prosecuted for their Par Titipa Tiou in a arly All the leading robberies in the City. No City in the country has been so completely in the bands of the thieves As this Wasli Lugton has been a rogue Paradise. Detectives and Thieve s have worked hand in baud like brother. Here a burglar could a Settle Down in a secure Home and eur y the fruits of his lab is without any fears of Dis iut Ting molestation. The latest developments now Jis the weakening of the detective a Toimi selves in View of the overwhelming evidence against them. One of them is Gobi g to turn informer and confess the whole to Atli. This will end the investigation. This breaking up of the thieves would never have been had it not been for the of tie leading citizens of Washington thai Titis class of men alone have been Able to right their wrongs is the Best proof of a necessity upon the part of Congress to re Estal Lish suffrage Here. A wisely restricted suffrage is the Only safety f or the proper i role titi of life Aud property in the a strict. Tiie Commir sinners a jointed by the Ives ident have never but eur Able to get beyond Lojkin for Shtir own private . A a Iii i Salt it i it i l i Tomi l.ovi-ideiphi�, i a., tiie b it i a of i a a of is wino i a pretty a is Quot Tell 111 lieu of us a. W to Luil it Ren Din a f to do l a Quot Etiny kill. Intr Home a n , Ortii Viire set of Huid Ami in one of its noted sen in Aries site Ltd Gia Duatt wit i High Iio Norf. She then let came Aciert in the depart nent it if a Scotland Anil was seemingly Happy until she met a or. Gregory. To him she be clue engaged but before the Marrage a it quarrel separated the lovers to i e became , resigned her position under the government and sailed Lor America. She reached this City nov. 11 with but ii tic Money and no prospects beyond what her Uncle cd uld i it Iler her. Several letters passed Between her and or. Gregory but their c i tests Are unknown. It is thought however that they were far from being tender fur after his letters came she became More depressed and began to a i if to undoubted symptoms of in acuity. The last letter was received d Cember 9. On the next morning s be disappeared. It was at first t ought she had been murdered but t be discovery of the body without Marks of violence dispels this the a

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