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/ She autrnal VOL- XX. LOGANSPORT, INDIANA. TUESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 26, 1S95. NO. 49. THE UP-TO-DATE STORE! FAST DYING. .Fifty-Third Congress But a Few More Days to Live, SUCCESS! SUCCESS!! Our Store Was Crowded Yesterday Beyond Expectations! The public appreciated our $8 for $5 offer as it always appreciates our bargains. The mere announcement brings the crowds. So much for Confidence. We intend to increase the Situation lof Affairs Outlined—Bohring Sea Amendment Defeated in the House. WDS DAILY! So we increase the offers. ported In addition to the 6O designs of im- Spring Dress Goods Novevties! we will add our spring importa- ions of Storm Serges in blue and black, fancy Brocaded Clack Goods Imported black and colored Henriettas. Thegnew Brocades and fancy effects in nuns veilings. A Dress Pattern Of any of the above Dress Goods with the following linings for $5, 1 yard of Canvas, 6 yds of Cambric, 2 yds fancy Silesia, I dozen Redfern Stays, 1 card Hook &Eyes, 1 Belt, 1 Spool Silk, I Spool Twist, I Spool Cotton 1 best quality S & M Velvetine Skirt Bindings. Bright, New Spriner Dress G9ods. The cream of Foreign Looms, A dress complete for $5, This is the greatest offer we have ever made. You should get this bargain! The Busy Bee Eive. We opened yesterday our first Importation of KlakI and Habit! Wash Silks. Beautiful eheeks and stripes. At our price any one ean own a Silk Dress. 'X, Feb. 2,').—The situation In the senate to-day is not more critical than it has been in the closing days of previous short sessions of congress. There is time, though none to spare, in which to dispose of all tho pcndin/r appropriation bills unless a deliberate effort is made to defeat some of thorn. ^>"o such contingency is deemed likely to arise. There are but three of the thirteen, great appropriation, bills that have received the approval of the executive. Six are in conference and in some of them radical points of difference between the two houses are involved. Chief amonj; 1 these is the diplomatic bill, which carries the senate appropriation of SoOO.OOO for the commencement of the work of laying 1 a cable between this country and the Hawaiian islands. The house has refused to ayrec to this amendment and the senate by a good majority has directed its managers to insist upon it. Some senators are so impressed with tlie importance of this proposition that they say they are willing- to permit the -whole bill to fail r.'i.ther than allow the amendment to be stricken out. On the other hand, Senator Blackburn, one of the senate conferees, is authority for the statement that the president would veto the whole measure if this provision left in the bill. man (dem., lud.) the' house noneou- curred in the senate amendments and a conference was ordered—Messrs. Hoi- man, Allen (dem.. Miss.) and Pickler (rep., S. D.) being namcd_as managers. Permission was given Mr. Snodgrass (dem., Term.) to file tho views of the minority of the committee on Pacific railroads upon the bills to refctid the indebtedness of the Pacific railroads. The house then, in committee of the whole, continued the consideration of the general deficiency appropriation bill for .the current year. Adopted in Committee. The house took up the general deficiency bill and made good progress until the Item of S-lii,OOU to pay the British government in full for all damages sustained by the sealing vessels was reached. After a debate lasting- two hours tlio amendment was adopted by n vote of 0-1 ayes to Sf> an vs. ICfji't't-ni by iliu ilousc. The committee rose and the bill was reported to the house. The iiehrnig ; sea amendment, on a yea and nay vote, w:is rejected—yens, 112; nays, 1 •),'}. The vote was mainly on party lines, the republicans ami popnliM> opposing it ami the democrats generally favoring it. OVER THE STATE. News Briefly Told from Various Towns in Indiana. HOWGATE Jury :it Ki NOT GUIL.TY. all and See! GHASTLY FIND. Ploy Thousand! ol Tunes b> mean* of Indestructible Metallic Disks y 81 Volume ol Tone Unequalled The wonderful Regina MusicBoi. Will play any tune. I am agent for Logansport of the genuine, also the new things in Gold Bolts, Collarettes, Buckles, Czarina Pins, Butterfly Hu,t Pins, Side Combs, Hairpins, Watch Pockets, Ladies' Guard Chains, ' Gold Bricabrac, Spectacles of all kinds fitted to the eyes. 30 years' experience in Engraving- and all kinds of work done to order at D. A HAUK, The Jeweler and Optician. 410 Broadway. Mutilated Corpse Discovered in a Lonely Part of Chicago, Gashed on the Head, Bound with a Rope, and Partially Burned—Evidences of an Awful Crime. Spring Gurry Comb J Clock Spring Blade. Soft us a Brnsh. Fits every Cur«. HM [Only Perfect Comb. Used by U. S. Aim* «nd by Barnam ud Forcpangh Circuses, and Leading Horsemen of tha \V«M> r Ask your Dealer for It Sample mailed post paid 2$ ecoOk 1 CCBBI COXB CO., 108L»Iijett»St,»o»tk Bead, IndlMfr Ground Hog Boots! ^ Too late foo Felt; buy Leather. It's a a Ground Hog case now, and it will pay you to help you clean out our Winter Boots. WflLKER & RflUOH. 420 Broadway. CHICAGO, Feb. 2~>, —Two boys made the ghastly discovery of the body of n man at Ninety-fifth street and Western avenue at 9 o'clock Monday morning. It had been burned about the trunk and logs and the extremities had been mangled, apparently by dogs. Around the body a rope was tied and the hands were bound. Kvldcncc of an A\vful Crlmn. The body was found half reclining against a . tree. Terrified by the greu'soine object the boys i\ea without making • any investigation. They notified residents of Evergreen Park, near which the body lay, and a party of men went to the spot. They found the body of a man about or 30 years old. It was roughly dressed and gave evidence of having been exposed to the weather for a considerable time. Circumstances surrounding the discover}- led the men to believe that a crime had been committed, and that the mangled body was the first evidence of an assault and murder. ^ Hud Ueen Attacked by Dogs. The man's legs and trunk had been burned and the ropes around the hands and shoulders indicated that he had been attacked andreducedtosu.btnissi.on after a struggle. Large pieces of flesh had been torn out of his legs, and the supposition is that prowling dogs had found and attacked the body-before it was found by the boys Monday morning. IJeep Ganh in H*atl. Closer examination of the body showed that a deep gash had been made in the head and that one hand was cnt, evidences of a terrible struggle. A .Lonely Locality. The locality in which the mutilated body was found is unusually deserted. The corners of Xinety-fifth street and Western avenue are near the Grand Trunk tracks, and the road is skirted by clumps of brush and underbrush, in one of which the body was found. The coroner was summoned, and an investigation w»a begun. Night sessions will be the onlei' this week. The senate will begin on Tuesday, -when unobjeeted bills on tlie calendar will be taken up for action. There is a probability that on Saturday, -March 2. the senate may remain in session sill night, talcing a recess for a few hoiir.s only during tlie middle of the day on Sunday. Ill r.lic lU)i:sc. Xo programme has been arranged fur the last week's buslines of tbe sessions of the Ij'ifty-third congress in the house of representatives, and under' existing conditions none can be outlined in advance. The indications are that with the -exception of ..some pri- v.'it^bill. for which consideration may be had by unanimous consent, no further legislation w:l] be accomplished nt this session, save appropriation bills. Soimto Pi'oceciliiiffs. WASHINGTON, Feb. 23. — The conference report on the Dibtrict of Columbia appropriation bill was presented and discussed at considerable length. The conference report was agreed to, and the senate voted to insist further on the amendments still in dispute. >*I!C<1 Of >"l£llt Sc'HSlOlllt. Senator Cockrell (dem., JIo.), chairman of the committee on appropriations, made a statement as to the present condition of the appropriation bills and also as to the necessity of holding nifjht sessions. On the calendar now there were, he said, the sundry civil appropriation bill and tlie legislative, executive and judicial appropriation bill. The naval appropriation bill would be received from the house Monday or Tuesday and the judiciary bill probably during the day. These bills would need as elosc and rapid attention as the-senatc could give them. lie asked that the senate take a recess Monday from 0 to S p. in. and continue the session till 10 or 11 at night. Senator Chandler (rep., N. II.} gave notice that if this proposition were agreed to, he would object to all business outside of appropriation bills. The senate then proceeded to the consideration of the sundry civil appropriation bill, consisting of 133 printed pages. The rule of consideration was, as in other appropriation bills, to read the bill in extenso and act on the amendments reported by the committee on appropriation as. they were read in th-s bill — independent amendments being kept back until this was done. A- conference report, on the post office appropriation bill was presented and agreed to, leaving still one amendment in dispute, and a conference was ordered on the Indian appropriation bill. Judiciary Committcf* l''»Ua to Mcut. Notwithstanding the fact that there are a number of important bills before the senate committee on judiciary, there was no meeting Monday because the chairman believed there was nothing of importance pending.* Hefore this committee there are several bills that have passed the house, the friends of which in the senate are urging action. [»f S(>\viil.v-Tu T o Hour* Hrl:»£ In Vi'l-dll-t nf Ariiulttlll. \VASIUXOTO.V, 1-Vb. "-i. —("apt. Henry W. llowyate \v;is acquitted .Sunday of the charges of cmhoxxliiiK' 611,>'00 from the yovernjiiuiit while holdinjfllu: position of disbursing ofliecr in the United Stu.tes Mjrna.1 service, and of fory- iujj 1 a voucher for that amount to evei; up his alleged wronp-tloing 1 . Tho verdict \va.s rendered about noon Sunday. when the jury hail been locked up noa.r]y seventy-two hours. Capt. IKnvfrate received the announcement without emotion, but after he had been taken lo his eell benea.tli the conrt- rii(.i!n lie danc'i'il for joy in the realization that part of tlie burden and anxiety of fifteen years had been lifted from his shoulders. District Attorney ]Jirney said lie was vory much annoyed lit tl)e verdict. If the jury hail found that the statue of limitations applied in tlie ease, he would doubt, he said, the rifflit to bring 1 llo\\'tfatc to trial on tlie otheriu- liietment. but as the jury had decided that 1 he statute did uot apply, he wonlil, according to his present intention, {,'ive tlie defendant another clianee to show whether he was not guilty. [Fourteen years USD Important CniuUs affecting 1,'Lix'e sums of mo:ioy were Uncovered in the signal service accounts, and Howiratc was L'hiirKCd with linvlni; coinraitteil iliun> He wns :irrcsic<l. bUL by :i ruse c.sc.-ipoil from Ills KUiirds and for IhirH'or. years renininotl in New Yor!.->tly. AlUio-ugli * toward of So.000 was oJl'ercd for Ills capture, lie was act arrested until ht.st f:iR KlllcS llllllKr-ir. TERRE HAVTK, hid.. Feb. 25.—A. O. AValkcr, secretary of tho Hudnut Milling 1 company, committed suicide Sue- day morning' by shooting 1 himself through the heart, .lust before doingso lie fired three shots at Mrs. AA'alker. neither of which struck her. He had two revolvers and nscd one to shoot at Mrs. AA'alker and the .i 1 .'vr to kill himself. He had not dressed for the day when he. did the shooting. He had been, ill for several days and was taking- medicine for pain in his head. He leaves three children. Mrs. Walker is the daughter of the lato Theodore Ihidnnt. the founder of tho Hudiiut Milling- company, which, has mills in several places in the west, riiiluis Ho 1)1,1 Nut Knoxr. J.vnrA.v.vi'ous. Ind., Feb. -.V.. — Tho ijpeoial committee wluVh is investi^at- ii:;jf the mutilation of the foe and salary :u't of 1^'Jl examined Ut'orpfc XeS- tor. nf Hoonville, the elerk who enrolled the fraiii.hilent section, lie said that the bill \vas not enrolled from the engrossed bill, but from a bill which had been snb.-,tit.nU'd. He claimed that Jie did not know when he was enrolling tho bill that a fraudulent bill had been put, in his hands. Coi.i'Mitus, Ind., Feb. :.'.">:—,)ohn Bennett, of IScipio. was attentive to .Miss Dixon. and tho other yoiilijf folks made- sport of him. telling him she had jjfiven him up fiir another, lie went to seo her about the matter, but returned unsatisfied. His mind bewail to wander, and at the breakfast table he became violently insane and Jled. Jlo was followed some miles.-arrested and taken to jail at A'orno" a raving maniac. At.iompt 10 St:»'.> :i \Votnnn. MiTCiiKi.i,, Jnil.. )-'eh. 2;>.—Mrs. AA'il- liisin Trueville was ^'oin^' from her homo to a neighbor's when she was assaulted by an unknown num. She ran, and just a.s she ueared the house of a neighbor the man struck her on tho head, producing' a slight concussion. At tlie same time lie attempted to inllict a dea.th wound wish a. knife.in there^'On of th'e liearl. The knife, fortni.ia.tely, only slashed the clothing-. LAST RESPECTS. IiumcnHc Crowds of Mourn<-r» View tlio KcinuinH of I'r«tlt?rlelc Ijoii^lusw. AVASIIIXOTOX, Feb. "i>. —Shortly before 'J o'clock Monday morning 1 the remains of Frederick Douglass were removed from his late residence to the .Metropolitan African .Methodist Episcopal church, the largest edifice of the kind in the eit} 1 . where the body lay in state for some hours and were viewed- by immense crowds of sympathetic mourners. A silver plate on the casket bore the simple inscription: "F:vilL-rick Douglass, born 1S17. Uicd 1-Vbruiiry, JS; ; .V A cast ol tbe dead man's hands was obtained yesterday. Tho flora 1 tributes were very beautiful. t'onlcsl. for Coimniindcr. AV.vHA.su, hid., Feb. U.".—The contest for commander of the Grand Army of the Republic for the department of Indiana is (.rctthijj interesting 1 . There aro four candidates for the office, which will be filled ;it the encampment which meets at Muncic March L>7 and CS, as follows: Judge. IT. 15. Shively, Wabash; Henry Caylor, Xolilesville; .1. AV. Fikc, >'ew "Albany, and G. AV. Khim. Valparaiso. Kall\v:ty J'rojccl. INDIANA voi.i.s Ind.. Feb. 25.—Adi- rector of the company which proposes to build the Indiunnpolis, Loyansport & Chicago road is authority for tho statement that the enterprise lias not been abandoned. On both, ends of tho line the interest is increasing-rather than diminishing. AGAINST OUR CATTLE. France Joins Ccruiunv In the KctullHtlon roller- TVASIIIXCTOX, Feb. 2J.—Cable dispatches from 1'aris published Monday morning 1 announcing that France hac been persuaded to join Germany in th retaliatory interdiction on the impoi tation of American meats arc conSruiec by the following official dispatch re ceived Monday from Mr. Henry Vig naud,- secretary of the American em- bafssy in 1'aris: -UNITKD STATESEHDASST, PAKIS. FcD. 25.— A decree of the minister of ugriculture published nils mornlnK forblfJs the Importation Into France until further orders, of cattle comlnB from tiieUniteclStaccs. Cauloshipped before February 24, will be admitted under certain restrictions. (SlRaed) VIGSAUD." EARTHQUAKE SHOCKS. 'WASHIXGTOX, Feb. 25.— The veto message i from the- president sent to the house Saturday was read ar-.d referred at the opening of Monday's session. House bill was passed to reimburse James Phelan, collector of internal revenue. First district of Michigan, the sum of 62,300 stolen from his office April 13, 1S04. A house bill was passed, on motion of Mr. Henderson, (rep., HL), authorizing the construction of a bridge over the Illinois river at Hennepin. Semite Amendment* >'onconcazr«-d In. The Indian appropriation bill as passed by the senate was laid before the boose and on .motion ot Mr. Eol- Distinctly Felt Ht Titcooia. \Va*h., and »t Klrkivood, Mo. ST. Louis, Feb. 23.— A distinct shock of earthquake was felt in-the suburban town of Kirkwood, 13 miles west of here, at 5 o'clock Monday morning. A number ol families -were awakened by the vibration which was of sufficient force to shake windows and rattle crockery. Hundreds of fence posts were loosened in the ground, TACOIIA, Wash., Feb. 25.— Two light shocks of earthquake were felt here and at Suraner, 12 miles distant, at 5 o'clock Monday morning. TWO HOUSES BLOWN UP. Wrecked by GM Explo*ion »t Sharon, Pa.— Sin People Hart. CLEVET.AXU, O., Feb. 23.—A special from Sharon, Pa., says .that two houses have been wrecked and six people injured at that place by a gas explosion. Lord ADtrrtare Dead. LONDON-, Feb. 25. — Henry Austin Brnce, P. C., U. C. B., first baron of Aberdare, died Monday. Lord Aberdare was born April 15, 1815. He was called to the bar in 1S37 and was elected member of parlimeut for Merthjr- Tydvil in 1852. VINCE.VXKS, Ind., Feb. "5.—Tlie venerable Willium Jluej- diud at his home in this city. Jlis :i;,"c was P3 ycsirs, be- ijii, r the ok'.cst mini in Yineenncs. Mr. ] hiej'was born in J'ennsylvania- lie c:imo to Vinoonnos before I he rebellion. }:'or thirty years hu had lived in retirement. OUvi:i MjonroH Not KI<]II:LJ>C<I. MuxtlK. jDft., Feb. LT>. — Olivia Sheares, who was believed to have been kidnaped J'rom ]lni:1.in^ton, has been found at HaUm. She walked all the way. over 40 miles, and applied to a hotel for work. Her father arrived here and took her h.cmc. Crushed to Ucalli. T.KH/.NOX, Ind.,. Feb. 2"..—While cutting down a tree on his farm S miles east of here Charles Smith \vas accidentally caught between a log 1 and the fallinp; tree and crushed to death. Ho was a trustee of the township in which. he resided. OrpkiauK* Home Rcc^lvc* & I^cjfacy. W.iiiASir, Ind., Feb. 25.—The Wabash county orphans' home has received a bequest of S500 from the estate of the late Leonard Hyman, a,prominent Hebrew resident of Wabash, whose death took place in :S02., INTfSTAL "ARRAY. Opening: of the Murdl Gnu ScMon at Xftvr Orleann, Lm. XEW ORLEANS, Feb. 25.—The carnival season of 1S95 practically opened Monday. The weather in the morning was lx:autifuL ''Eei" arrived at 2 o'clock on the revenue cutter Galveston and he was received with tbe accustomed pomp on the river front. There was an excellent military display in the procession, including- the Cleveland grays, Norfolk light infantry, Lasker rifles, of Galve&ton. The first of a series of parade* took place at night when the Krewe of Proteus appeared on the street. Tuesday there will be another procession and the Comus pamde at night, all of the societies giving magnificent balls. A large number of strangers are in town. LO.NDOX, Feb. 25.—^he new Atner- can loan was quoted on the stock exchange at noon Monday at 5 per premium.

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