Page 1 of 7 Jul 1883 Issue of Logansport Weekly Journal in Logansport, Indiana

See the full image with a free trial.

Start for Free

Read an issue on 7 Jul 1883 in Logansport, Indiana and find what was happening, who was there, and other important and exciting news from the times. You can also check out other issues in The Logansport Weekly Journal.

Browse Logansport Weekly Journal

How to Find What You Are Looking for on This Page

We use Optical Character Recognition (OCR) technology to make the text on a newspaper image searchable. Below is the OCR data for 7 Jul 1883 Logansport Weekly Journal in Logansport, Indiana. Because of the nature of the OCR technology, sometimes the language can appear to be nonsensical. The best way to see what’s on the page is to view the newspaper page.

Logansport Weekly Journal (Newspaper) - July 7, 1883, Logansport, Indiana b l Jan 8s 1141 , Indiana 8atukimy, july 7. 18 a a a r coh it aka great fourth july generally i erred with appropriate Cere to Minim Arthur holds a reception and k Makii a Short speech at up Quot sew usual Saaber speeches pie Biea accidents and free be take York City. Prysi debit auth jul makes a speech. New York july t. The cadets the military Institute Virginia marched shortly after nine wednes Day morning from the sixty Kintli regimen armory to the fifth Avenue hotel where after stacking arms in the corridor they entered the reception room where president Arthur awaited them. Addressing the Cadet corps he said Quot gentlemen the Campp cadets j pm salad your visit to this City upon the errand peace Ami it Rood will which a turned your it mpg hither Murrl. It affords met the oppo Nunley and a in Iii Tai few diplomas to the a tent ers your Fra do Alia class. 1 Ackret tha enragoment4 will prevent my to the City Hall where you purpose to Dis Chariff your interest log Mik bion. But i with Here to exp Rei a Raj Hope and Confidence that henceforth when Iver the Lulaj a new York re rim Clit shall by a ailed if Gallant to Dit is Virrinia Are by by will be prompt and Paiit r to defend the president Tsien presented their Diplo Mas to the graduates. The cadets then marched to the City Hall where they were received by the Corcoran Ion and escorted to the governor s Roomel lines. Chicago. Chicago Only a. There was no general Celebration the fourth in this City citizens generally Tak no their families excursions to suburban owns the Lake and to the different Marks. Large crowds visited the races and it ase Ball games. The clan a Gael guards Tave a picnic at Ogden s Grove which was largely attended. In the evening Pyro Technics were displayed All Over the City it at were much interfered with Gay the heavy rain Starm which came up about nine clock. An unusually Large lumber accidents Are reported two at East which were fatal. During the Wenty Fostir hours ending at Midnight thirty Darms fire were Given mostly Small aftos and the damage was Lilit reports from the Interior the state say hat exercises appropriate to the occasion Irene observed in nearly All towns. Bix Mington. Bloo Hinton 111., july. Tie Natal Day was observed Here with a Celebration the old fashioned kind ind it proved a most interesting occasion. There were probably ten thousand people an the streets in the Forenoon when the Rand Street Paide took place. The speak jag took place in the court House Square in ii afternoon. Sex vice president David Davis was president the meeting. Hon. John h. Oberly was the orator he Day and be Well entertained tie Large assemblage citizens for about an Hov. During the afternoon the ancient order hibernian celebrated with a base Ball a ame shooting dancing and a picnic at the fair fro units. At night a Fine pyrotechnic display was witnessed by a Large concourse it men women children who thronged the streets for several blocks. The weather was hot the thermometer standing at 90 fcb Ove. Ski Toneli. 111., july 8. It has been a Lon while since Springfield citizens had a general fourth july Cele Brittion. They generally Divide up in groups ind Hustle out in the country. Quite a number Spring iced orators did the Eagle business for Nei i Boring towns. Judge Matheny a it at Down into Bond comity with his. Hon. Lobert l. Mcguire took his to Ashland and j. O. Huju Shvey spread his in Greenville. The main in were the ?.stivals and Fea Taij s Hall. The ladies Spry a fiem i Sirai i denier to the gov Enior s a Iii . T in foreign population celebrate i at Kropack in tie West suburbs Kiev. C. Belts St. Louis Iii Leui Able i in Spe i h. In a Wiy the. by Luiet. With the to it a noisier it in a a Iii All tie Weij from 90 to 1u4. Indiana. uni it Lanai ,. Ind., july. There was no Torii al Cek Hru tinn the fourth Here i Urther to Iii an a a sort thex Ipi. I Noe club by maj a w. Ii Don. Ail big Fiji is Vas and to it people generally Ltd Tot lie Trieste is an tie is. The state ers a lad a Deli a Tjo Nof Rentie ii Nincie in a Iov Enior i Orter a a . Etc Baker and orig. Is w it to Knox , to at i tix Cereia onies Nve Ilin the Nisi ii. Tuie Lute Iove Lior . a Neni Bers tie United Durdei Llou . Of Cincinnati visited Timeir by ii i n a Itie. A id Wert welcomed by an Rikl la Tei George a. Powell. A i ii ii i ii i number in Runiks there v. Or a Eric ii. Re Porte Ltd to the i Olive a Ely Kimii a. To Ere a it Ere no Seii a a it re i Tiiu Foj oin the use Are to. The Day was generally ,-.erved the it a out tie state. Vic Dix a. Vinck.v.nk-. Ind. July 8. Though the Day idiot f crowd i it Ali Orisan i Pele a Seui Blet at the cemetery the farm Oit in late gov Emor James d. Willi Iii. Near . To witness the ceremonies unveiling i Monument erected to his memory s dec lies were made by sex Senato Mcdonald and senators a it Xor Lietins Anc . Sex governor Conrad Baker ant b. Brown Seymour. The speech Voorhees was a line Etiore and devoid Quot extravagant language. I Iii Justice Nib Lack was master ceremonies. The unveiling was elected at the close Thi speeches and was nearly Wiite Irupe Ltd by i rain storm. All the state officers were Prev ent Mere were present mayor a i Ison Somi military gentlemen members the boar aldermen and Twenty five veterans the one Hundred and sixty fourth a Egi ment. A Flag which had been captured during the rebellion by a Virginia regiment fron the one Hundred and sixty fourth ref ment new York volunteers was thei returned by the cadets to the members the regiment who were . Washington. , july a. Except two years ago when the noisy Servance the Day was i prevented by the assassination preside Jit Garfield Thi j fourth has not for Many years been moved so quietly As wednesday. There save been no Public celebrations and the procession a coloured sunday school a Fery few fire works Here and Liere and the Ammon fire Cracker but an unusually j meager scale have comprised tie entire Celebration with the exception an Assem Bly old citizens who met in Corooran s Urt gallery and observed the Day in old Fash joined style by having the declaration Independence and Wash Wigton s Farewell address read j St. Lord Ajmo. July t. The Day passed off very quietly Here and for the first time in Many years Uwin this May not a single fatal Accident was report Jed although there were several Small Acci. Cents the result the Loose handling Bre arms. Business was suspended and the Parks and Ball grounds As a result were crowded. Forty thousand persons attended the orphans picnic at the fair grounds j Bast Cisco. I san Francisco july 8. I the fourth was observed As a holi it Lay Winall Bratches business. The streets and i buildings were decorated less profusely than in previous years. Tie military Parade was longer and More in losing than usual. Vocal and literary exercises at the grand i opera House re Attas the Bay special matinee attractions at places amusement and in the evening a grand display fire i works from All quarters the City were tie i attractions. There were several serious a dents caused by . A in Lafrom Interior towns show that the Day was generally observed. Philadelphia. I Philadelphia july i Hie fourth was a very quiet Day. Hardly a sound was heard except Here and there a band music. All sorts lire works were prohibited by the mayor and the boys were not even allowed fire crackers. Fifty thou i a and people spent the Day in the Parks and j the Street cars were taxed to their utmost tie germans had a quiet time in the numerous Beer gardens. Thous Indi people thronged the River Steamer took excursion trains for at anti. City an Cape May the Jersey c a is. At the j Cape there was a Parade to i a wed by a mimic naval bombardment Froid i Oats. Sis survivors the War lbl2 an it e society the Cincinnati held their regular i meeting. I the Pennsylvania Branch the Jef i Ferson National Monument association i organized in Independence Hallin the same room the same lot in and i at the same desk where the de it la ration i Index it ent tence was ado Ted and signed 107 years ago. George w. Childs Guve a diner to several Hundred news boys. A Monument i to the soldiers and sailors was unveiled in , where Trio in was a Para in Iol Lowed by birr works Titis even Sig. Titis was the Only i t the City Wilert there were any Piot. A ii s. The Day was sweltering idiot the Var Iii to tiie year. Sci Stock. . K. O/nn., july 6. Henry c. L Owen s Celebration was a Serai .-r.cces. E it prot i it Hayes delivered the Eide and Irr a. Najid mrs. Haye a was fun ced. To it tep to the Ivna tiie platform and be Eive a Road if . Iii Hiiop Coxe tuft i . A Quot a -1 a Iuri Iii al Torii a a was followed by it i air. A ii oem John g. Wlna tier a. I Bowen. Cub Day in Motjie rot Niiles i , july a Miichael Davitt and be sed a meeting at inn Showen in the anniversary tiie Dellara Hijii american a a a dependence. London. July 5. Minister Lowell y ave a reception to a number americans at Liis re Deifoe to Day. The United slates can ulate also gave a reception. A Jav Mexico july 6. The fourth was celebrated by the american residents by a at in tie Tivoli de Sanc Osone. Specie were made by minister Morgan con it al it in i Strother. Or. Ordway acid rear quote Stative mexicans and a i i ii is. i Ratul Atory letters were received from ident gon Zalo and a Iov Enior Fernandez. The Federal District. Oberlin s Jubilee. , o., july 6. The set i Cei Iten i d exit at the collage were Contin Jade wed mesday. General j. D. Cox delivered the Jubilee address. Mrs. Lucy Stone Boston and Proi. Jud son Smith also spoke. A i Ter a i it oem had been read by c. C. Dorrin Washington governor Foster delivered a a pertinent address in which he reviewed the work the institution. I the afternoon Rev. Or. Simeon Gilbert Chicago and president Merrill Ripon College Wisconsin delivered addresses. Letters were read from Joni g. Whittier Frederick Douglass Whitelaw kid senators Pendleton and Sherman expressing regret at their inability to be i it resent. The Semi it Centenary Celebration closed with a grand concert Illinois Greenback Era. Chicago july 6. An adjourned meeting the Greenback sate committee was held at the Tremont House yesterday. The Secretary colonel Dantorth Rock Island was directed by the meeting to Issue a circular letter to each subscriber to the Campaign fund at the state convention at Peoria last August inquiring in they had paid Timeir subscription and if so to whom. The Green backers the seventh and eighteenth districts were requested to fill the vacancy the committee for those districts. The committee adjourned to meet in Peoria August 17. It was requested that All proxies that occasion be actual residents the i suits thay represent the old sports give one hoarded and fifty persons drowned in the Daphne the National anti convention in be scion at Portal it from cholera at Damietta alarmingly the death the Duke Marlborough the count de Cham bord still and territories represent perfection the Perma nascent organisation.�7, the Sand lot agitator eluded amidst Cir eat conf Ision. Henry Irving the actor Banquete at i it it Ddona narrow escape a King. It it to it Aldrich and Tir tie Ivy Rea l by Clarence her foreign affairs. The dal one disaster. Glasgow Scotland jul yell it is now estimated that one Hundred and fifty persons were drowned by the Daphne disaster. Fifty two bodies have been already recovered. The diver reports that the corpses in the hold the vessel Are so closely packed that he is unable to move them. I reparations have been made to raise the wreck. London july <5. The Queen has sent a Telegraph inc dispatch to the mayor Glasgow expressing her sympathy with those Olio lost friends by the capsizing the Steamer Daphne. Two attempts have been made to raise the Daphne but both tailed. A banquet to lying. Lovos. July. Henry Irving was Banquete wednesday night. Lord chief Justice Coleridge presided. Or. Lowell . Chamberlain James Hannen . Shaw Lievre . Tyndall Alma Tadema Lewis Wingfield . Bas sey United states senator Hawley lords Ardwick Henry Lennox Houghton lord Hagan messes. Fortescue Bury Londesborough and Buring and comedian Toole sat at the table Honor. Admiral Keppel i Rof. Blackie Jacob Brigit . A head Bartlett Justin Mccarthy j. E. Millais William Black Moncure d. Conway. J. P. Bit Elow j. R. Osgood and John t. Raymond were among the guests. Five Hundred to and gentlemen and four Hundred ladies t in the gallery. Ellen Terry sat in the Ca i by and was greeted with cheers. sent a letter regret. Tiie dinner was very elaborate. Europe proof to asst . Sir William Gull m. 1 a noted authority has written Earl Granville that the cholera now racing in egy Jit will subside without spreading to euro get. The Santai y cordon around Damietta is lit teen Miles in circumference. During the Twenty four hours ending at eight clock this in Omilig there were v22 deaths at Damietta thirty two at Mansura four at Sai Nanou four at Sirbin and three at fort said. The Moli Taulty Inci Kasino. Uia july a. number d. Aids from at i Mietta Darius the to my four ii ours ended at it clock yesterday in Ornig was 111. Forty the e Dot tis occurred at Man Surah. Our at and four at Saman oud blur ii the a ame time from cholera. The do Kkt Maiilbol. dead. London july to. The Duke mar Boron did bed Candiac syncom yesterday. I e sixty Tiree was. Iii was very Sud eur. Lie was in i it i wedge Day dined wit i the it the a Wal Quot hour and Relin a air a-.-,ily a ii. A be the Lionor Hir Quot it m be tii Dong a 20111 1 did i Day morning. A Valise. I Ais july. 1 a a sed a Bani by d Treijs Eutzly and i Toily it prostrate. The de cd Niibo he May no uni was a vices Iii i a Roh Shortt Siy Vannat Eili to e papa Nuncio Vienna. Halt visited the count de Ord and i conveyed the i bless Iii i the to e i Quot dying Man. Naiukow escape Illk Kix it. Of . 1i a i i a july i. The Kinin Saxony Wiio was making a tour was wedge Seliy about to ascend in the elevator a la tory which he was inspecting at Milan when Iii we lit attached to the car fell Kii Ingle to lib District who Iii it majesty and injuring the in Anaider the factory. The Kinig. Wiio Lead entered the elevator before Accident happened was Tiuch overcome and abandoned his tour. Base Ball. Two league cames Etc played in Chicago Wuilne Day Cleveland Wii ining the Forenoon contest la i to 6, and Chicago being successful later 5 to 1. At Philadelphia tie morning game stood in the seventh inning 11 for Providence to 9 for , but the Rhode Island men iad to leave to keep their engagement in new York and the Umpire gave the game to , 9 to 0. Boston however it Leefate Ltd the Quaker City boys in the afternoon 17 to 8. The new Yorks in the morning beat Boston 10 to 7, and a few Livours later whitewashed the pit evidence team 1 to 0. At Detroit but one game was played ruin falling in the afternoon Buffalo scoring 5 runs to 3 Foi Detroit _ a minister s death caused by hard drinking. 5i1ddletown, n. Y., july 6. Rev. Carl Schmolz the reformed Church Callicoon n. Y., was charged wit ii too much drinking and later with improper advances to a half witted girl in his congregation. He disappeared and monday last came Back and stand to drive to thu Lansville a. The next morning he was found dead by the Roadside. His death is thought to be the result hard a raking. Attached Tor dem. Paterson n. A july. Ilia salvation army s property Here has seen attached for debt by one the Mem the anti monopolists. Meet ii Tjie National convention. Chir.\, july al. Chelfe tonal anti Mono it by conference met vedness it Lay in Mccormick Hall in the site representatives anti monopoly organizations in tiie Ioil it it Wing states and Territ Ltd were present Colorado Dakota District Columbia Illinois Indiana Iowa new Hampshire new York Ohio Wisconsin i Igan Nebraska Missouri Kansas Kentucky Minnesota Pennsylvania Maryland West Virginia and Maine. A the View York state anti monopoly league sent a delegation. California was represented by two contesting delegations. One delegation was Naile up Denis Kearney and Stephen Maybell. The conference was called to order at eleven clock by Edwin Lee Brown Chicago. His opening remarks were Brief pointed an Ltd . He said that the Delegate were there to inaugurate a new declaration Independence. It is time we did so. Our Lorefa tigers revolted Ai inst without representation. We Are Here to do the Sinny. He read the Call under which tie conference assembled and stated that no Jurson who could not sol it script a to the principles the Call Lead a right to take part in the proceedings the conference. No one had a right to Ltd be there As a Democrat a Republican a Greenbacker. Ali should be there As anti monopolists. Titis Issue is greater Tolian All others. The following tempt Rary officers were elected by acclamation Allen Litwa to Nebraska chairman c. C. Post Indiana secretory j. It. Buchanan Colorado assistant secret iry . Rat in taking the chair said they Woodd renew the a a decl Anition Index tendency. He wanted tie substance Freedom not the slut now. He wan etl to return to the Faith the fathers the country. Coi Smittee Crete Nigals resolutions and Niza Tittl were a hinted. A motion pm made to refer All resolutions to tie Comai Warjon Resolution is with out Reading Quot Caiet i Forth a great Deal i vein enunciation. Many members thought it was a gag Rule. Severed Amei ulment and substitutes were proposed but after considerable discussion the motion was a a Assed. At twelve Chick a re. Ess was taken to give tie committee Credeu vials time to prepare their m it Ort. At tiie concert i ice we a called pc it order by the Tonij Horary the Dri Tiati. The committee Crede initials presi need report. There was a contest in one state Dye California. The commit i e reported in favor the admission tiie live delegates from the Rei Vilar anti Moni Joiy .aniia-tion California Kearne and Maybell out. Skevi Why he was left out. Barr Quot i Chi Iuo. Kearney As la Lorinz me a. It a Nizine c a. I made a speech in Lavor the Reu liar Dele iia tion pro i California. Savin t iat the icily Antl to i the l a it i ii it , and letters from Liat a it at r that Kearney was i i the f in a to e Central ind a ont a i i and that he and api Eio a the a Railroad Commissi a a al Orch to Iii be an in in Luent in favor Las and s a a i tii a ground Tirats it i Rise tiie a a working risen. A scene f the wildest i Roar and confusion now Begaii Wie i to Iron Luvi the Fatemi mgt a a it tie letter i Prev stronger in it Lenin tiie a acid Lotter Keo Jih Quot be w York rinse i an excised and . Red to i a i Urtheil Readin a Kearn it y a a give Theiu rape in Gnu i and they will hang there a Slizik it j Uttin Keirh out forcibly. La is enl Man physically. Too. A be York dle ate Lizard the threat. Quot it Tak sixt.-, u Ali inti i legumes to put a new Yorki r out Quot in tried in Derisio i. By the r Iling Thi i air the Reading the letter went to it. The end. Delegate Dorsey , Rale to to it Kearney s supine it. If the san litter and maybe i were ruled out he Dembiki that the proxies i the Lii Iris a delegation a ejected. It Kearney Only would sign Tiu Call lie was As Mincis entitled to a seat i any one. A Resolution Oil red by tilt s Hull pen syhania was carried allowii.4 Kearney to reply. The it and lot .Itor quickly upon tie platform in a Long sitting Uray Dut str and unkempt hair. He wore no wait coat because tie heat. His appearance for a speech was cheered to the Echo. On his return to the Sand lots from tie Green Batik conventi Ltd Here in 1880, he was greeted with the jeers and in Elting a mob that claimed he had Sohl out the workingmen. It was not True. He was As faithful As Ever. Edit r Post was blackmailing him and he would skin him from a head to foot in reply. Quot i. Maybell and i Quot he cried Quot represent the Only anti monopoly party in California. There were 2,000 people at the meeting which elected us delegates to Titis a howl was raised to choke Kearney off. N. S. Boynton. Of Michigan tire atoned to withdraw unless the speaker stopped. The fusion was great. Buchanan Colorado championed through All tiie Din for the Quot previous the tempest ended in tie following catechism being put to Kearney by Robert Schilling Wisconsin and others. Quot Are you Here As the reprise native the railroads the people Quot Quot the representative a ret in tiie the Sud and Quot Are you now in the employ any Railroad Quot Quot i am not and never have Quot do you Ever intend to be Quot Quot Well i Caa t say As to that i would As Lief do drawing for a Railroad As and body if i get Ray shout i Quot that s right Quot Quot did you come Here passes Quot no sir i paid my fare Here and expect to pay it Kearney went to show that he had never opposed the reduction railway fares and freights but wanted the rates based the wages employees. Quot general Rosecrans lied when he said i was Travina for the the opposition to Hie remarks now grew so decided that he was compelled to retire from the platform. Coleen Illinois from committee credentials argued against the Keamer Nede Ntilis the ground their Foiw Quality. Helen wilmans a lady who had lived in California spoke with great intent Ity and earnestness and warned the con Fention not to receive Kearney the around that he stood there with the Gold the monopolists in his pockets. Band Nebraska said that the discussion was caused by an expend it Liture Railroad Money to bring the movement into did Grace a vote was taken by states the admission Kearney and Maybell and they were rejected by a vote Lis to 74. Tiie convention then quieted Down and Kearney and Maybell left tiie Hall. The committee permanent organization reporte As follows chairman j. F. Henry Brooklyn n. A Secretary, Indiana Reading Secretary j. R. Buchanan Colorado assistant Secretary a. W. St John Missouri Quot vice a residents d. B. Hyde new York. J. Stickle Nebraska w. W. Soboni. Michigan e. N. Hill District Columbia Henry Smith Wisconsin h. D. Rogers. California Edwin Lee Brown. Illinois l s. Foster Ohio s. J. Mcfeeley Kansas r. F. Wingate mis Fiuri. The ricers As report etl by the committee were elect etl by acclamation. Or. Henry was then escorted to the chair. He gave his record As an advocate anti monopoly and As a member to in new y Ork Board Trade and transportation. He wanted to have an Earnest harmonious conference. The result the meeting should be such that every working Man in the country could Point to it with Pride. The conference then took a recess till eight clock in the evening. The night session was taken up entirely by Steech nicking. Addresses were Matle by Captain Stickle Nebiu it a . Schively Indiana mrs. Dodd California and . Dean new Yor k. The conference Anjou me at half past ten until nine clock in the morning awaiting report committee . The anti Monnix lists continued their convention yesterday morning. President Henry in the i Iii. When the meeting was called to there was no business prepared for consideration and it was it determined to Ike and tie time in an informal discussion the situation. Miss Todd California de Ivere a fiery address in Width she vehemently Denim be Bot i ill tical parties and claim Ltd the be Publ Ciui party freed slaves Only to put the w Hole per Jpe under a More galling slavery. The a ,, a an organized party should a new proclamation independen a who a no Sui Meme court Woid sit in Judi ment As to constitutionality. It would be end an Quot i i Ilion , Kemanc Jarin not them n alone but the women and Chii Ivien s , because is t Leclare Viiar a at for the men was Ood tar the won n Elevation m All i ust _ it in pendent to a Desi by. Shon be by . Son .and and a . Cro Kei. Or. Wollf formation a Hildren. Tilt her and a a a a Mono Antler i ska. More Olio sold Tor i a m pools Cutis. J John Davis one the Leati ing favourites fell after naming nearly two Miles. Leon Attis won tie Green stakes for three year Olds and thus scored ninth consecutive Victory this season. It is Stii uate that his winnings i Chicago in stakes Aud purses will aggregate $6,000, making �20,000 thai increase pensioners and posfoffices., a i Ancton. July 4. The Lep it the the Mali division the i Nisei states pension Oitice shows tie receipt during the Tifal new applications for Jyh vision Quot a. An increase Over the i it revious you .h.woo. Seventeen thousand letters a. N it Ivi d from con Gress Nen in behalf it p us Jon claimants. Dur ii tie t a i , ended there has n a net ii. E Quot Post otties is Tamis lied compare to with tie previous year. Knights labor preparing for . Lu., july. At a mating the District convention the knights Tabor held Here Diute tuesday and Weill Silay it was deter nine that a Strong Effort Sli Ould be made to carry tie state Legi sexture and elect Candi Ilat for Congress. By tins Means the members the convention Hope to Check monopolies dictate terms to manufacturers and defend the interests the workingmen. Delegates were elected to the conventions to he held at Chicago and Pittsburgh. So y Ork 1 Leticai p try had at least votes at Timeir tin Ark. An impending Duel Kew , july a. Quot colonel j. Armory Knox the Texas sift nos and one the principals in a Jupt iding Duel left town at6 b0 yester Lay morning accompanied by his second a. F. Mcdermott nothing could be Learned n regard to the whereabouts d. B. Shea-3an, the sculptor his Antai nist. It in a suppose that Sheahan is in new Jersey. Probably a meeting will take place in the Vicinity . The occasion the fuel was that Knox a alkyl Sheahan a Iii when he spoke disrespectfully Texas. Death Captain Thomas Levens. Durbi die la., july a Captain Thomas Levens. Who was noted his discoveries hidden minerals Andor his non Sercus escapes from death while aiming for lend died Well mesday morning it the age sixty five years. He was the nost famous Miner in the Northwestern Lead Region and had taken out More Mineral Tolian Uny other person engaged in the business. _ county officers slain. Hot Springs. Col july s. The four come list toners and the count clerk grand county were All shot wednesday morning by a mob masked men. Barney Day and Mills were instantly killed and p. Webber and 1. J. Dean mortally to imbed. Grand lies in the Northwestern part the a late several Niiles Sirohi any Telegraph Sta Ion. Tiie the county have called tire governor Foi state militia. Irs new Hampshire Sena worship. Con. x. H., Juitt. The ballot for United Tatt a senator yes erday was As follow vrho a number otes 274 Neci scary for i voice 13s evil Llano s. , 1 Jeremiah Smith 1 Haries h. Bartlett i Clarles h. Burns i Charl it it h. Deli Gilr nun m Aston 14 Aron t. Stevens tri j Unis f. Brit 30 w. A . Edward h. Rol ii s it Harry Ibn Jiunn. J j. A wadding in the Clouds. Clever and o., july 8. Prof. King ascended in a balloon from Monon Neal Park wednesday with a. Do Davis Chicago Aud Kose Kennedy m to a Lead not la a in Iii Lois i . 111. When the party had gone k in Lowa. a 1 Tor. Lamb. 01 Kansas said that the last pm speaker had no Wijit t a f. 01 the con men Mai tied. They then made an Aeria anti m. A. Ause the was ailed Quot the , a Riith Alparta. In Kansas party guided safely a Tew Miles from town. Ivey a had tiie Xiu cite a new political arty. The cd it in rued that every gentleman who Hail but a admitted As a de Zezate to the Jon ration a limit to tiie Toor. Ilie a St ene Otti a wildest confusion 00k plice and continued tors Iuie time. A Elei utes jumped to their feet in scores Laimins Bluit Ali y wis Neil to to Points it order and Lamb an Appeal rom tiie decision tie i air. This gave to scene fusion and finally the i airman Rei used to entertain ii Appeal and the ii ouse sustained his de die a. The chairman the conic nine a appointed draft a i it Norm App Ai in and tiie nn-Iilteo would not be Eady to it Short till to k. By a Reso iut Quot . A no entice Rev. R. De la a r. Eco a Indiana was i to the convention. Be said tiie. Wintry was at prs it in tiie heroes tiie greatest re Volution he Ages which Woi Iid be Ino Neitous in Rem. than either die declaration in ence t the emancipation the Daves. He could Only Nail Zeneral terms and proceeded to denounce capitalists and Mono hoists. He said the Ive Raae salary the workers the country was a year a sum entirely insufficient to Sirij Ikirt a a Miry six. He approved the King a education that the knights labor and such like organizations Are now disseminating among the people and advocated the adoption such measures is would disintegrate the great to Mississippi independents. Cacti it miss. July. General Chalmers Index it it Dent state convention was held Here wednesday with Reuben Davis a Confederate brigadier and congressman in the chair. The Plank in the platform is for a free ballot and a fail count and the fourth Deli hands legislative supervision railroads. About thirty five counties were car loads Bullion. B18.marck, july. Sixty car loads Gold and Silver Bullion weighing 1,�?�200,000 pounds were shipped rom Helena a die Lay by s it Ecial fast i gains Over the no. Them Pulitic Bys. T. I a Inser president first National i Bank Helena. It s to the Newark n. I ago Market. C i too. July a Board Trade nor in a cession to Day and Hinie no Niin Market r Vons. By to eke Creamery Irinod to fancy l.�21c Dairy a Good to fancy. A a cheese Choice full Cream Cheddar a Flats a she fair to Good do. 4<&5hc Omro in duh and weak at for fresh. Cattle Market Dull and weak it were made a for fair steers and at �5.80 for hip intr Irra dts. How so Market fairly Active and prices ii anything for. A Shade i her for Ifo Grad sales Ranfred trom a for Lusht pact to Fot 5.sii<3�.0 Tor heavy pact Long. And from i6.u a a it for it Quot by ship pm lot. Utic al parties so that a setter might be built skips sold at ��.3t a.-40. Loi Ai sport. July it. pc Puu Ltd pro ��?��?�7.> 1. . I Oil lots s a i to Aires per up out their ruin. Or. Fit in new pc re although a Democrat denounced governor Cleveland new York for vetoing the elevate to railway Bill and advocated organization in the different states. Rev. Heber Newton and a. J. Duganne new York were the recommendation the committee credentials admitted to the at Chicago. Chicago july a. There were nine Good races at the Chicago driving Park wednesday with ten thousand persons in attendance. The chief contest was for the Garden City cup 2h Miles which v a by Harv go vhf kits re a i. A i&Quot., , be ii fees. dozen v hic is a a -tss.-ij. Per Rulilo a a we i Urff s. . Of is -.mi, def it it a Ltd Pei Pound t i2>��o lha a per Pound Vic a it i i2 a 4 Quot b liders. Tar bloc to. I i a i Ort Lik. S7 amps a it for ii a it. Ril t Ksn Ury c. It per , Luv Iny Aiea urti., i. Us a Nim gtd a i a bus find Stags Otner Wim Iam Agea. 4c urea a a calf. 10c Ore ii Teal Kip lie . Lor Lamba 25<a��� tallow 7c. A Halny a Titan to corp. 40. film a a eed is 00 Cly it ver >�1.47si. Won it a it Dilt fihe l. a it i we shed 2v a a a it a a a a a a Ira a a Jack. Hurr Mand Cebee Guowa. Home lower

Search All Newspapers in Logansport, Indiana

Advanced Search

Search Courier

Search the Logansport Weekly Journal Today with a Free Trial

We want people to find what they are looking for at NewspaperArchive. We are confident that we have the newspapers that will increase the value of your family history or other historical research. With our 7-day free trial, you can view the documents you find for free.

Not Finding What You Were Looking for on This Page of The Logansport Weekly Journal?

People find the most success using advanced search. Try plugging in keywords, names, dates, and locations, and get matched with results from the entire collection of newspapers at NewspaperArchive!

Looking Courier

Browse Newspapers

You can also successfully find newspapers by these browse options. Explore our archives on your own!

By Location

By Location

Browse by location and discover newspapers from all across the world.

Browse by Location
By Date

By Date

Browse by date and find publications for a specific day or era.

Browse by Date
By Publication

By Publication

Browse old newspaper publications to find specific newspapers.

Browse by Publication
By Collection

By Collection

Browse our newspaper collections to learn about historical topics.

Browse by Collection