Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on October 8, 1892 · Page 1
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 1

Logansport, Indiana
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Saturday, October 8, 1892
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VOL. IYIL EOGAUSPQET. DTOIAHA. SATURDAY MQENLNG. QCT 8, .'892 NO. 142, AGAIN-WE ARE AT THE THRESHOLD EENAN AT EEST.i Burial of the Dead French Philosopher at Paris, Eulogy by the Minister of Public Instruction—Tennyson's Remains to Rest in Westminster Abbey. Our preparations for a complete assortment of Ladies, Misses and Childrens' Cloaks and Fur garments have been made on the ^ We*aV C e a 'now ready with our entire new stock to give you all this A Grand Exhibition of Cloaks and Furs at pri ces that will astonish you. At the W1LER & WISE. IVE. 315 Fourth Street THE PROGRESS Manhattan Skirts, MILLER & GHROTY, MflTS. The Progress. The Progress. PRESENTS FOR THE BOYS. TAILOR MADE CLOTHING THE PROGRESS. THE PROGRESS. STRICTLY ONE PRICE. The Progress lotting Co. Jolinson >vin& a na.no. EVANSVILLE, ' Ind,, Oct 7.—John S Johnson, the Minneapolis record hreak- er, won the great race of Thursday's bicycle 'tournament by a foot from Hunger, Rhodes, Lumsden, Bliss, Ballard and iKeaton.;. This was the mile open.everit for'theSl.OOO cabinet grand piano.-. -The.: race,- was won twice, Lumsden: .winning : the first contest in 2:43 275/-;>.A:S.-'-this"did not reach the time liinit. of.^2:.35 the men were or- dered'"toirun/' : -'.it.-over..' Johnson then proved" his .right' to the title of champion, his, time^being 2:85 2-5. JSlamea^ the Kallroad Employes. WoOSTEl^O., Oct 7.—Coroner Huntsberger hasTeturned' his verdict in the inquest on'the'remains of the eleven people kille'ttm.the' Shreve wreck Sep- teufber 21.'OSe found, in brief, that the wreck was caused "by Conductor D. Conklin and Engineer Andrew Bradley, cf freight iso. So, being asleep and neglecting their duties. '.* j - - CJovcraor of the Clioctaw Nation. - SOUTH ilcAnisTEB, I. T., Oct. 7.— :. "Wilson Jones, the present governor of -.the Choctaw Nation, has been declared '•elected governor for the tvro ensuing years, he having received a majority of "5 of all votes cast - . , .i-'or Conirrcss. ' TBe"ioilowing congressional nominations' have been made: Mississippi; i Third district &• W. Gsylcs (rep.); I Rhode Island. First district, llelville j Bull (rep.): Second district A. B, | Capron_irep.), ! . - - All tb.e Cattle Lost. QUEBEC, Can., Oct 7.—The pilot of the-steamship Steinhoft says that all the 'cattle of the beached steamer State of Georgia are lying-dead oa the beach or floating down the river. They .will be » totalfloss to shippers. B0RLAX OF M. PARIS, Oct 7.—The funeral of Ernest Eenan, who died on Sunday last, was held at 0 o'clock a. m. in the College of France. The coffin, covered with wreaths, was deposited, on a rich catafalque in a mortuary chamber specially erected for the occasion in the court of the college. The vestibule where the mourners were seated was draped in black cloth embroidered with silver. An immense number of people gathered in front ot the college early in the morning, and stood in respectful silence, ..while .the many eminent men 'w:hd attended ' the funeral entered the "building. There, was, of course, no religious service. The funeral address was delivered by M. Bourgeois, minister of public instruc-, tion, who dwelt upon the.ecainenee of the deceased as a" thinker and philosopher. M. Bourgeois expressed the hope that the' body of M. Kenan would fiDully be interred in the Pantheon. Upon the conclusion of the services the body was taken to the cemetery of Mont- mai-tre for provisional interment. It is necessary for the government to secure the permission of the chamber of deputies to deposit the remains in the Pantheon, anil it is highly probable that authority to do this will be a»ked for who a the chamber convenes. To-Rest in "Westminster. LONDON, Oct 7.— It has now been settled that the funeral services over the remains of Lord Tennyson will be held in'the parish church at Haslemere on Monday." Oa Wednesday the remains will be interred in the poet's corner of Westminister Abbey, where they will lie next to the grave of Browning. There will be a full choral service at the funeral. LO>T>O>-, Oct 7.—The body of Lord Tennyson lies on "the bed where he died. He looks fifteen years younger than before death, the lines and wrinkles of the face being less apparent The beard, which was unkept in life, has been carefully trimmed. The hands are.folded over the chest; a laurel wreath crowns the; head and another lies at the feet The coverlet over the body is almost hidden beneath the flowers which have been plv.ced upon it Burning wax tapers lend a subdued light to the chamber. Sir Edwin Arnold's Tribute. LONDON, Oct. 7.—Sir Edwin Arnold •publishes the following poem in this morning's issue of the Telegraph: No moaning or the bar; sad forth strong ship Into that gloom which has God's face for a far light. Not a dirse but a proud farewell irom each fond lip, And praise, abounding praise, and fame.s laiut starlight, • . . Lamping thy tuneful soul to that large noon, "Where thou shall quire -with, angels. Words of woo Are for tho unfulfilled, not thee whose moon Of genius sicks full-orbed, glorious, aglow. No moaning of the bar, musical tirif ting, Of time's waves, turning to the eternal sea. Death's soft wind all thy gallant canvas lifting. And Christ thy pilot to the peace bo. IS SENTENCED FOR LIFE. Seveotoon-Trar-Old Plca.8 McCoy Must Go to Prison—Another Act In the Famous Hntfleld-McCoy 1'nmlly JToud. BRISTOL, Tcnn., Oct. 7.—Pike county, Ky., called the mother of crimes and criminals, the Hatfields and McCoys being conspicuous/iirthe' latter class, has just convicted Pleas - McCoy, one of the notorious _ McCoy tribe, for the brutal murder" ' of Bird McCoy, his cousin. 'The, term- of his sentence is for .his' natural life and he is now only 17. William.'Dyer,' a half- brother of Pleas,'was-under indictinent some tirae^gD--.idr' ; yarious crimes:. Bird McCoy, anTonfee't'.'pf the la.w,'had warrants for his arrest:" -Dyer' planned to get him out of the way. Too cowardly himself, he employed Pleas to do._so, and was to pay ham for it by giving him a gun and a pistol While ."Bird v>-as returning from church one Sunday Pleas stole near birn and began firing into his back. Bird fell with a dozen bullets in his body. CROWDS AT COFFEYV1LLE. •eoplc Still JErclted Over tlxe Fatal Bai- tle with the Balcons- COFFEITILLE, Kan.. Oct 7,—The treets are packed with crowds of excited people from all parts, of this section, attracted by the terrible Dalton .ragedy. The dead bandits were buried icre Thursday afternoon in the city cemetery in a lot owned by the Dalton family. The bodies were carried to the jrave in transfer wagons,, without a single mourner or sympathizing friend. The mother of the Daltons was telegraphed and a message was received irom "Ben," the oldest boy of the :amily, that he would come here. Sen has never been with the boys in their raids and is a farmer living with his mother near' Kingfisher, O. T. Sheriff Callahan wants to take Emmet Dalton to Independence, but ;here is a vigorous protest against it and- it will hardly be allowed, as the people are determined that he-shall not DO taken away from this town.. The body of Lucius Baldwin was taken to Burlington, Kan., by his mother, and that of Charles Brown will be sent to Harley, S. »., where his wife is. The funeral sex-vices over Marshal Connelly and George Cnbine were held Thursday afternoon, and the remains of Connellf will be buried at Independence, Kan. Cashier Ayers' wound is not so serious as at first thought, and unless blood-poisoning sets in he will soon recover. Although there is quiet talk of lynching Emmet Dalt.ou it has taken no decided form, and the result c:ta not be foretold. Petitions to the : ' : E:icifie Express Company and Missouri, Kansas '&. Texas Railroad Company are being circulated, asking that they pay the'large reward for the death of the Caltons to the families of the murdered citizens. GUTIIIHE, 0. T., Oct. 7.—William Dalton, brother of the 'noted robbers, passed through here Thursday on his way to Coffeyville, Kan., to take charge of the dead -bodies of his brothers and see Emmet, the wounded brother, who telegraphed that he desired to see him before he died. \\ il- liam Dalton formerly lived iu California, and is rather a fine, prosperous- looking man. He is the third son of the family of ten. He refused to talk much and seemed heart-broken at the violent death his brothers had met BLEW OUT THE GAS. One Girl Asphyxiated uiul T«'o Others Found Unconscious. PEOVIDEXCE, S. L, Oct 7.—Maggie Keating', a domestic employed at the Franklin Street house, was found dead in bed iat 5 o'clock a. m. On the floor of the same room were found Alice Dou- ovan and Julia Lehan unconscious. The room was full of gas that was pouring out of the burner in the room. The Keating srirl was beyond aid. The other girls showed signs of recovering and were removed to the hospital. The Donovan and Lehan girls retired at 0 o'clock Thursday evening and about an hour later Maggie Keating went upstairs to bed. What happened after that nobody is able to tell, but the supposition is that Miss Keating, who has been in this country but five months, either blew out the gas or did. not turn it completely off. Chinese at Ann Arbor. Asx ABBOB, ilich,. Oct 7.— Michigan is the first college, to enroll among its students representatives of the Chinese empire. Two young women have come from the hcart'of China to pursue their studies here. The translation of their names is Mary Stone and Ida Kahn. thev are pioneers in the reform of . foot bending, being the first to. go without bandages. They will, take .a medical course°here, after which they will return to their homes to. do mission work. There are also three youn<r men here vrho are taking literary work prepara- v to studying medicine... ,., ; , ..-;.;.. - •'.'' ~ '. " ' • Found Dead m a. Field. . , LISBON, la., Oct-.7.— Dr^ W. iJ. • Akerley, a prominent veterinary surgeon of this city, was found dead Thursday in a, field" near Stauwood. He iad been missing for several weeks.- Tie body was in a bad state of decomposition. So far as conld be discovered there were no marks of violence. As, he was troubled with heart disease it fethonght that cansed his death. V " -£,... Mount St. Ellas Is In Alaska. VICTORIA, B. C., Oct 7.—The expedition sent out by the United States government this year to obtain the exact geographical position of Mount St. Elias has finished its work. The mountain is at the beginning of the north and south boundary line of Alaska. The mountain is not located in the exact comer of Alaska, but is just one mile from it The height is given as 17,201 feet Rhode Island Bepnblloan Convention. PBOVIDEXCE, E. L, Oct 7.—The state republican convention was called to order at It o'clock Thursday morning. The following presidential electors were nominated: Kewport, Louis L. Lorillard; Warwick, William G. Roelker; Bristol, Joshua Wilbour; Pawtucket, William H. Haskell. A resolution was adopted favoring good roads and the convention adjourned. Coniedlau Kcrnoll Insane. NEW YOBK, Oct 7.—Harry Kernell, the well-known Irish cowedian, has been pronounced insane,* and is now an inmate of Bloomingdale asylum. He was examined by Dr. Stuart Douglass, oi Bellevue hospital, and it was determined that he was suffering from paresis, and his wife, known as Miss Queeaie Vassar, was advised to place Mm in an institution. A Student's .Suicide. LOSDOS. Oct 7.—A_ student named Briue, an undergraduate at Christ-, ehurcn college. Oxford university, has committed suicide by shooting himself with a revolver. The only motive for his act was that he had failed to pass the C"i-r2Jnation. Dropped Fifty Feet. XEW YOBK. Oct 7.—Anton Hevallc, a. patient in St Francis hospital, under treatment for brain fever, while in a fit of delirium jumped from the third- storr Vindow into Fifth street. He was picked up in a, dying condition. l>eath trom InSialloc Gas- DETT.OIT, Mich-.Oct 7.—JamesEogers and his wife, an aged couple, were found dead in the be_droom of their esidence Thursday afternoon. Gas escaping from a. coal stove is supposed to be the cause of the calamity. THE HOOSIER STATE. s of Interest to- Resident* of Indiana. To Instruct Indiana Voter*. IroiAX-vroi.18, Ind., Oct 7.— tTnder the direction of their state committee* the republicans and democrats will carry oiTschools of instruction in every voting- precinct of the state. 'Within tho next week several tons of ballots will \» sent out. \Yhile each committee has prepared its own sample ballot the ballots and instructions thereon are th* sa.m<>. Neither party furnishes infor>- mat; Jii as to how to vote a mixed ticket. The committees fear that there will be a good deal of confusion in voting under the new law, as it is the first presidential election since it w«s enacted. This year there. will be two ballot boxes and two ballots to be voted. One box, pain ted red, will be for the state ballots, which. will be on red paper, and the other box, painted white, will be for tho local ballots. The law requires that the ballots be folded separately. Tho state tickets, containing the name:, of the presidential electors also,, is over 3 feet -in length. Little scratching is expected. _ _ Wrote Xanshty Letters. SOUTH BEXD, Jnd., Oct. 7.— Daniel' Lease, an employe for several rears past of the Standard Oil Company at Whiting. has been arrested by a tU-.ymly United States marshal and brought to South Bend on the charge ol writing obscene letters and sending- them through the mails: They were written to his wife, who left him about two years ag-o, and went to Ohio City, her former home. Slfe turned: the letter over to a post office inspector and Lease was arrested. Hx! acknowledged writing the obscene epistles to his •wife, "and was bound over by the United States commissioner in the sum •of ?iOO, and was taken to jail to await trial at the May term of the court- To Hear the Indiana C-ze. INDIANAPOLIS, Ind., Oct. a— The joint motion asking- thu supreme t'ourt to reconsider its order postponing the consideration of tho motion to advance the apportionment suit on the calendar was on Thursday overruled by th.; supreme court, and October 11 .was fixed as the time for the hearing. W ABASH, Ind., Oct. 7.— Suit w!is_be- g-un Thursday afternoon in tho Koscuisko circuit court to set aside the apportionments Of Indiana, for legislative purposes in 1SS5- and 1891. The action is in. all respects similar to the ) l suits which have been appealed to th* supreme court under the apportionment of 16S5. _ Found Her Dond. LAPoirrE, Ind., Oct. 7.— Intense excitement prevails in the neighborhood of Otis, this county, over what is supposed to have been a murder. The body of Mrs. Michael Cook was found Thursday afternoon in a shed adjoining- the family residence with a big wound in the side and head, from which it is, believed her death resulted. Th« unfortunate woman had on only ker night clothes when discovered. The house showed evidence oi haying bcett ransacked from top to bottom. Tb« husband of the murdered woman-is om- ploved on the Lake Shore road and ha» been absent from home since Sunday. K»clt»<c «t Go»h«n. GOSIIKN, Ind., Oct 7.— The following races took plaee here yesterday: 2:30 clasB. pacing— E. H. S., won, Louis* B- second, Hoosler Dick tliird; best time, 2:31. li-year-oW staltc, trotting— Badger won, Admiration second, Dutcoess O'Niel third; bert' time, 2:52«. __ ~ 2:2T clans, trotting— S. W. Bennett won, F»a- nieA. second, Little Frank third; best tlm«. 2:23;i- * 2:30 class, pacing— American Boy -won, DC. Hall second, Mcacham ihirfl; best time. S:2IM» Kettorca to H«» Family. COLTOISUS, Ind., Oct. 7. — Jacob Brown, who lived in Georgia previous •to the war, enlisted in the confederate army and was reported killed. Later, his family drifted to Brown county. " After the war he commenced a search for his wife and children which ended 3. few days ago, when he traced them to their present abode. The wife died several years ago. Tlie Beaiora Knees. , BEDFORD, Ind., Oct 7.— Following were the racing events here yesterday" Fret- tor-all, pacing, purse $405— Bessie M, tioa, Georgia M- second, Logan third; best 1 Kunnhig, Half mile, perse ffiO-MUcc FJynn won, Barney M. second, By Ton Hurt; beat tirae, :5:. _ _ Snlclde by llangtes:. GOSHEX, iBd., Oct. 7.— Late Wedne«- day night the sister of Fred Honetter, li-lng east o£ Millersburg, found liiSs, body hanging to a beam ia the bara where he had committed suicide by hanging. __ Indiana's Cbiimploa Ball AXDEI-.SO:;, lad., Oct. r.— The In--,. diana championship baseball game was- plaved off Thursday between Anderson , knd Lebanon. It was purely a pitcher* battle, the home team winning, 7 to J.' Marshal Moore MITCHELL, Ind.. Oct 7. L. B. Moon*, who recently killed Henry Tow under "peculiar circumstances, has resigned, his position as town marshal on accooa* of the affair. _ ______ Killed by a Eallroad Train. ESCELSIOB SpBrses, Mo., Oct V— George S. McCnllough. aged and his grandson. Joseph Me were killed by a Chicago, Milwa St Paul train Thnrsdar.

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