Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on February 27, 1895 · Page 1
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 1

Logansport, Indiana
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Wednesday, February 27, 1895
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VOL. XX. LOGANSPOBT, INDIANA- WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 27, 1895. NO. 50. THE UP-TO-DATE STORE! 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 CROWDS DAILY! ON TEE TRAIL. Fugitive Bobber Being Closely Par- sued by Officers, So we increase the offers. In addition to the 6O designs of imported Spring Dress Goods Novevties! we will add our spring importations of Storm Serges in blue and black, fancy Brocaded Clack Goods Imported black and colored Henriettas. Thejnew 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, 1 dozen Redfern Stays, 1 card Hook & Eyes, 1 Belt, I Spool Silk, I Spool Twist, I Spool Cotton I best quality S & M Velvetine Skirt Bindings. tVight, New Spring Dress Goods. The cream of Foreign Looms, A dress complete for $5, This is the greatest offer we have ever made. You should get this bargainl The Busy Bee Hive. We opened yesterday our first Importation of Kiakl and. Habiti "Wash Silks. Beautiful cheeks and stripes. At our price any one can own a Silk Dress. Call and See! MUGS EXPIODE. Pliy Thousand! ol Tunoi bj otlndajlructiblo Metallic Disks. Purity* Volume ol Tons Unequalled D, A HAUK, The wonderful Regina MasioBox. "Will play any tune. I am agent for Logansport of the gen nine, also the new things in Gold Belts, Collarettes, Buckles, Czarina Pins, Butterfly Hat Pins, Side Combs, Hair Pins, Watch Pockets, Ladies' 'Guard Chains, '. Gold Bricabrao, Spectacles of all kinds fitted to the eyes. 30 years' experience in. Engraving and all kinds of work done to order at The Jeweler and Optician. 410 Broadway. See The Specialists For Chronic and Private Diseases and Deformities. Diseases of Women treated by the new electrical method that has given wonderful results. Don't forget that their vapor treatment for all Chronic Lung Troubles gets the remedies to the diseased spots and cures -whea everything else fails. Call ard investigate anyway. It costs yon nothing for consultation. Drs. Christopher & Longenecker, Millie Medical and SurgicaUnstltute. 417 Market Si, - - Logan sport. Ind, Killing One Young Man and Fatally Injuring a Second, Sawmill Explosion Occurs in Ohio with a Record of Three Killed Outright. UEi.i'iiiA, Feb. SG.— By the explosion of a cylinder charged with carbonic gas in tho drug laboratory of Smith, Kline & French company, 305 and 307 Cherry street Tuesday afternoon, Frank Robinson, aged 21 years, of .-Caraclen, N. ,T., was killed outright and Frank Dully, aged 33 years, of this aity, vras fatally 'injured. The men were en- gnged in manufacturing salycilie acid at the time of the accident. The cause of the explosion is not known. T11JRKE BLOWS TO PIECES. Cmial Sawmill Kxploilex In Otilo ivlth tho Awful KuHults. CHILI.ICOTHE, O., Feb. 26.— Xews has just reached hero that the sawmill of Jacob \Yoltz. near South. Perry, was blown up Tuesday morning and AVoltz and his son William and a man named Curtis are killed or fatally wounded. Curtis had his bowels blown out, and Jacob's head was nearVj- severed from the body. William was found -10 feet from the mill, with an arm and a leg missing. The engine was found 130 yards away, standing on end. The boiler was carried 73 yards away. ENGINES COLLIDE. Two Railroad Men Are Badly nurt 03 a Keiult. VicKsmmG, Mich., Feb. 26.— Chicago & Grand Trunk engine No. 496 ran into and demolished the tender of engine Xo. 53 at Indian Lake at 4 o'clock Tuesday morning. Engine 400 was bad- y damaged: Both engines were light, and the accident was caused by Ko. 496 running faster than 53. Archie Langs, a brakeman, may lose his right leg, and W. Goodenow, a fireman, was badlv bruised and cut about the head. ••Dlmmoi CHATTASOOGA, Tenn., Feb. 26.— Detective Haskins, of the local force, arrested Joe Bosenbaum, known from ocean to ocean as -'Diamond Joe," on a telegram from the chief of police of Macon, Ga., at which place Joe brok« Jail with five Qtherj last Friday. Satchel of Postage Stamps, Part of the Plunder, Intercepted at Chicago. COUN-CU. BLUFFS, la., Feb. 26.—Deputy Sheriff O'Brien, who was shot by the Griswold bank burglars, is very low and slight hopes are entertained of his recovery. The authorities have identified Smith, the wounded robber captured. He is Cad Jifaguire, of Omaha.. Kiley, the robber who shot O'Brien and then escaped, is thnson of O'Connor, of Omaha, his righ!; " name beins: Chiirley O'Connor. The authorities are hot on O'Connor's trail and expect to capture him before night. The postage stamps stolen were shipped by White to a man named Davis in Chicago. Ciipcurrid In ChlciiffO. CHICAGO, Feb. 2ij.—The police authorities Tuesday morning received information from Council BlufEs, la,, to look out for a grip-sack consigned to Murk Davis, a South Water street saloonkeeper, and supposed to contain S(>00 worth of postage stamps, p:irt of tho proceeds of tlie robbery of the First national bank of Griswold county, la., early Monday morning. Detectives went with the express messenger, and after the delivery of the grip to Davis they arrested the latter and his bartender, John Walmartin. The men with the grip were taken to the Central station, where the latter was opened and found to contain 'our large packages of postage stamps, w.'-'/th a little over SliOO. Inspector Stuart, of the post oiliuu, was sent for and the two prisoners with the stamps placed in his charge. Davis is well known to the police in Chicago and almost every large city in the United States. HLOJ-.V of Shooting. Couxcu. FLUFFS, la.. Feb. 27.— A shooting affray >took place .Monday evening on the courthouse steps in which a bank-robber was dangerously hurt, Kick O'Brien, a deputy ^ieriff, was wounded so that he may die,and Motormau Stallard received a flesh wound fro^i a big bullet. During the day ,a telegram was received by the authorities notifying them that the First national bank at Griswold had been robbed during the night and S125 • in nickels and $400 in postage .stamps takec..' The burglars were supposed to have come tliis way, and there were four in the gang. Late in the afternoon Deputy SJier iffs O'Brien and Hooker visitec Kiel's hotel and there found two men answering the descriptions given them over the wires. The strangers were reading newspapers in the hotel oflico The officers stepped up to them ami told them to come along, which thcj did without parley. A third mau who was seated in the office arose at tlie same timo and followed, Opnn l-'iro on, Liu' Unicorn. They walked along Fifth avenue until they readied the south steps of the courthouse, when O'Brien, who hac ;een walking ahead, stepped back ant ordered the men to go on. At this mo- nent the man who had been valkir.g behind, whose name is hought to be J. Riley, dodged be- lincl a ' tree and exclaimin 'I'm not going any farther,' 1 whipped ut a revolver and commenced slioot- ng. At the sa.ne instant the other aptive and the third stranger pulled nit their revolvers and got ready to hoot. The first bullet from Riley's revolver struck O'Brien in tho abdomen, a little to the left side. O'Brien drew his revolver and shot at the man just in front of him, who also had his weapon in his hand. The man fell to the ground and was picked tip and carried into the jail. Jailer Peterson heard the shooting and ran to the spot, but before he arrived Eiley and the other man, who was uninjured, had fled. They went down Fifth avenue, with Deputy Sheriff Hooker and Policemen Wei? and Covalt in hot pursuit. Another shooting affray took place in front of the woman's hospital, but none of tliese shots took effect About half an hour after the shooting Officer Weir "got a drop" on one of the fugitives, J. B. White, alias Wilson, and brought him back to tne county jail. Riley got atvay. IN CONGRESS. Loirer Court Sustained. AiBA-vr, > T . Y., Feb. 26.—The court of appeals has affirmed the judgment of the lower court in. the case of Dr. Buchanan, -who was convicted of murder in the first degree on August 14, 1893, in New York for having administered poison to his wile Anna. The murder occurred April 22. 1692. ' From Glove* to Gun*. OWEXSBOEO, Sy., Feb. 36.—John Gatton and Amos Goodwin engaged in a friendly boxing match.. 10 miles from iere that resulted in murder. Good- tvin got mad and shot Gatton dead. Goodwin, has not been caught. Both were young. • . Mn*t Flrmt L«*rn to Speak Eujcluib. ST. Louis, Feb. 26.;—Judge Henry L. Edmonds, of the criminal court, has adopted a rule requiring that all foreigners who wish to be naturalized in Ilia court must be able to intelligently and understand the English Bill. Connidored »nd rawed In Both LeffU- latlve Br«nche«. WASHINGTON, Feb. 20.—-In the senate Tuesday the house joint resolution in reference to the Mexican free zone— suspending the operation of the law permitting tlie transportation of tho merchandise in bond through the United States to the free zone between Laredo, Tex., and the Pacific otssan, was reported and passed with, an amendment striking out the words "between Laredo and the Pacific ocean" ilnd a conference was asked on the disagreeing votes. Senator Voorhees (dem,. Ind.), chairman of the finance committee, reported back a substitute for the resolution offered last Saturday by Senator Wolcott and referred to that committee. It provides that whenever the president of the United States sliall determine that this government shall be represented in any international conference to be called with a view to secure international fixity o£ relative, value between gold and silver as money bv moans of a common ratio between tho malals with free mintage at such ratio, the United States shall be represented at such conference by nine delegates, throe to be appointed by the president, three members of the senate uud three members of the house of representatives—the president to fill any vacancies: and appropriating 8100,000 to cover compensation and expenses of delegates and the proportion to be paid by tho I'nited States of tho. joint expenses of the conference. Senator Voorhees said that it would bu oJl'crod as an amendment to the sundry civil bill and remarked that the three senators should b« aDUointed before the adjournment next Monday. The consideration of the sundry civil appropriation bill was then resumed. An amendment by Senator Frye (rep., Me.) placing on the retired list officers of the revenue marine service was agreed to. Senator Blackburn (dem., Ky.) offered an amendment for the payment of sugar bounty and Senator Mauder:,on (rep., Xeb.) addressed the senate in advocacy of the claim of the beet root sugar growers, WASHINGTON, Feb. :>C.—In the house Tuesday the senate bill to amend the act authorizing the construction of a new public building at Chicago, so as to make it provide that the secretary of the treasury shall sell the old building to the "highest and best- bidder," instead of to the "low- ] est and best bidder," as the act in advertently provided, was laid befor the house as the first matter of bus ness. Mr. Durborow (dem,, .111.) de sired to make another change, and i: order to make it satisfactory to all in tere.sted the bill went over unti Wednesday. The bill providing arbitration of con trovcrsies between carriers of inter state commerce and their employe has been passed. CHARGE PERJURY. WITHIN OUR BORDEE& Telegrams from Towns and in Indiana. A Soldier*' Home Hoard. IXDIAXATOLIS, Ind., Fob. JO.—WOT. Matthews appointed the board for tha state soldiers' borne, an appropriation for which was pa-vsed by the present session of tlie legislature. The noml-.. nees are James K. Carnahan, ol Indianapolis; Col. D, X. Foster,. Fort Wayne; James B. Waltoeo, ol Lafayette; Christopher J. ".-' - ".,', of Evansville, and Isaiah 15. M Columbia City. Three of them publicans and two democrats. wore recommended by the G, A. . ol are re- They Chnrccii with Fraud. COI.UMHUS, Ind., Feb. 20.—Ex-County Superintendent W. J. (irillui and present principal of Flat llock graded schools was arrested at his home in this city by an officer from Shelby county ou a chargo of defrauding 1 tho public schools of Shelby county by procuring a list of questions to be used in the esasmnatSoii of applicants for teao.lioi's" licenses and .veiling them in advance of examination u> persons do- siring a teacher's license. : In a. M:nl Mo-', l>o:itli CJrlp. ^. ]>i!.v/.u., Ind., Fob. -G.—.lames King, of Carbon, this county, was seriously bitten by a mad dog' Monday. The doff sprang- npon him. M'i/.ing him by tho left, wrist. The ilog's teeth sank into ihe bone, and despite the desperate efforts of King-, the dog held fa.st, tearing and lacerating- the llesh in a terrible manner. King- then seized the doff bv the UL-c'lv and choked him to death. \Vhy Conspirators In Hitwall Preforre liuiilthiuent tn Standing Trial. VAN'COUVKK, B. C., Feb. 20.—J. Crans stoun. one. of the three men who were recently exiled from Hawaii for coin plicity in the recent revolt, has received a letter from Honolulu whiel explains the reason why so many o: the remaining foreig-n conspirators pre. ferred banishment rather th:in stand trial. Abliford, tlie Canadian ruvolu tionist, was convicted on perjured cvi dence. the letter states, and altho.ugl: this fact was proved at the trial, he received a heavy sentence. A pal- lows has been erected in the jail- yard, and this fact, together with the manner in which the trials have been conducted, makes roost of the prisoner: glad to get away from the islands in preference to intrusting: their lives to a militar3' commission. TOWN Dalton, O., IN FLAMES. In Danger nt .Destruction— Aid Sent For. WOOSTEB, 0., Feb. 26.— A terrible conflagration is raging- in Dalton, this county. and the town is threatened with destruction. Appeals for aid have been sent to neighboring- towns. Dalton sustained serious loss by fire a vear ago, and the Eeimer family was subsequently prosecuted for arson in connection with the con flag-ration. They were acquitted. The fire which threatened to destroy the entire western end of the town was brought under control after the Schultze carriage works had been burned and the Presbyterian church badly damaged. Kex Rolen at »w Orleann. CELEBS. Feb. 20. — At noon Tuesday Rex, the king of carnival, appeared in a grand pageant, based upon sceces and incidents from Fergus 3oim.es' ''Chronicles of Fairyland." There were twenty magnificent tab- eaux in the procession, but the king was accompanied by a great army of followers. ATHENS, Feb. 26:— The German archi- ,ect, Furm, has pronounced the most lassie monuments in the Pantheon to be in the most precarious condition, Mid asks for a fund of 1,000,000 rachmas (5200,000) to cover the Clause of strengthening- and putting .hem in good order. In .Montory of u Patriot. 'Oi.is. Ind.. Feb. 20.—Monday, on the anniversary of the taking of Fort Saekwell (Vineennes) by Col. George Rogers Clark, the bronze statuo of that patriot was set in place on tho Indiana soldiers' and sailors' monument. The fort was taken in 17-70 and made the Mississippi river, instead of the Alle.frho.ii3' mountains, the western. ' boundary of tlie American republic. Whin; C:i]i» \Vlilp .Jhn Shoemaker. IS'DiAXArous, Ind., Feb. 20.—Indignant citizens of West Tndia.napolis pub- icly horsewhipped .lim Shoemaker in broad daylight. Shoemaker is a young man who spends most of his timo about the barrel houses. His mother died about t\vo weeks ago, and tho coroner declared her death wnshastened by neglect on the part of her son. i Mrs. S-'reil Douglass. WABASU, Ind., Feb. 20.—Mrs. Fred Douglass, widow of the distinguished colored orator and statesman, was, in 1S7S and 1S79, n teacher in the public schools at Tliintingtou. Her name was Helen Pitts. A sister-was also a teacli- er, and in 1SSO they went to Washington, D. C., where her marriage to Douglass soon, after followed. Heroic Christianity. ASJI, Ind., Feb. 20.—Twenty-two new members of the Progressive 1 Dunkard church were immersed in tho ice-cold waters of Twelve Mile creek, • near Twelve Mile. The creek was covered with ice ]5 inches thick, arid a hole 10 feet in diameter was cut in. the ice to admit the candidates. Up with t!)« Times. Ind., Feb. M.— Anderson now has a. Lexow investigation. Charges were tiled against the polico and county officials charging them with accepting bribes from gamblers. The charges are made by John Flahavin, a well-known hotel man, and over his signature. .Summer Hotel to 15« Kr-ectcd. WAHASJJ. Ind., Feb. 20.— Chicago capitalists will with the opening of spring begin the erection of a $200.000 hotel between Barber and Redinger lakes in Kosciusko count}', a county which is doited with beautiful lakes. It is to be strictly a summer resort hotel. ud and Kobbcd. LEJJAXOX, Ind., Feb. 2C.— While on his way home Thomas O'Day, of this city, was assaulted and robbed of S200 and his gold watch. The police arrested two tramps, whom Mr. O'Day says are the jnca wanted. Aid for Ncbranka Farmer*. BOUBBOX, Ind., Feb. 20.—The residents of this city and many farmer* aave donated a carload of seed -wheat a.nd corn, which will be shipped to Nebraska sufferers. Xcw Chnrch Dedlcut<*l. Ind., Feb. 2C.—The Congre- fationalists dedicated their new church jere Sunday. The building is a two- >tory brick structure, costing, with th« .Ot, 59,000. Charged with Attempted Murder. EicinioXD, Ind., Feb. 20.—JohaRikel •was arrested here charged with attempting- to shoot Jacob Miner. They are neighbors and there has been * jrudge between them for some time. C barced with Theft. GBEEXCASTLE.Ind..Feb. 20.— William ^ewis, James Jones and William Wiley .re in jail here, charged with robbing . Jiznell's hardwar* store Friday night Aa liuaon Student. VALPARAISO, Ind., Feb. 36.—J. E. [ill, aged 23 yeaiK, a student of tb«- vorthetn Indiana normal school, b^-- came insane Monday:

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