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9Ihe VOL. XVI. LOGANSPQRT, INDIANA, SATURDAY MORNING. MARCH 21. 1891 •NO. 69. DUNLAFS Celebrated Hats S T I F F and S I L K, BEST MADE, SPRING STYLES Now on Sale D E W E N T E R, The Hatter. Spring Suiting, Spring Pants, Spring Overcoating, The nicest, rrettiest patterns ever sho^n, just received at JOS. S. CRAIG'S. " TRO WSERS! COPYRIGHT. 189.9 : Perhaps You do not Need A New Suit Now, but Bo Need a New Pair-of Trowsers Perhaps you will want them for Easter, if so Let us. Have Your Order Now ;-. My stock is exceedingly large and the Styles are the Proper ones. HELPING THE FAIB What the States Have Done Towards Eaising Funds, Contributions from That Sourc Amount to $1,000,000—Millions More Are in Sight. • MONEY FOR THE BIG SHOW. CHICAGO, March 20.—The attached tables exhibit the actions of the vtiriou state and territorial legislatures in ap propriating funds for Columbian expo sition purposes. They were preparec from information in the department o publicity and promotion. Bills aggregating upwards of 54,000,000 have been introduced into thirty-three legis latures. In two states the bills were defeated, and no appropriations were made, but in all the others (thirty-one^ the bills have a g<3od showing and have passed one or both chambers; generally the amount" being somewhat reduced from the original sum callec for. In thirteen legislatures the bills have safely ran the gauntlet, have passed both chambers and been signet by the governors. The million figure has been passed, the total of these completed bills being 51,007,000. beia an average of nearly 877,000 each. Bills have been presented as follows: New Jersey-.. 20,000 300,000 New York.'.... 2f>0.030 N. Carolina..,. 2.=>.000 Alabama % 30,000 California.. Connecticut... 25.000... Colorado 150 000 Ohio...'. 100.000 Idaho iO.OOOiOregon, 100.00'J Illinois l.nflOOOOlPennsylvania. 30J.OOO Indiana Tn.OOOiTcxas... 300,(iOO Iowa 5().OOOiVermont 5,000 Kansas SO.O'iO Washington.. 240,000 Maine 40.000 Wst Virg'n'a " " Jfass'chus'tts 75,000 Wisconsin Minnesota ... Missouri Montana.. Nebraska — Nevada 100.0 0 Wyoming.... 1U).000 New Mexico. HO.OO!) Oklahoma.... ir,0.0»OI KO.ouol 40,i'00 250,000 30,000 S5.000 7,000 54.002,000 Bills havejbeen introduced in the following legislatures and entirely failed: Arkansas S100.000 South Dakota 23,000 Total , $125,000 Both houses in these twc states voted against the bills ariirt refused an appropriation. Bills have passed the senates of the following states: Alabama S SO.OOOjOklauoma S 7000 California SOO.OOolOregon 100.000 Colorado lottOUOjPciHisylvaaia... 150.000 Idaho £0,000|Vermont 5,000 Indiana. 75,OOOiWiishinfrton .... Iowa....- 50,000 Montana 100,000 New Jersey 20,000 North Carolina 25,rXX> Ohio 100,000 West Virginia.. West Mexico.... 101000 •10.000 25.000 81,837,000 World's fair appropriation bills have passed the assembly of the following states: California $.'»0,000 Oliio 150,000 Idaho 73.000 Indiana 75,000 Oregon.... .... Pennsylvania. Kansas 50.000 Vermont Iowa. 50.000 Montana. 100,1100 Nebraska 100.000 Oklahoma Washington.. West Virginia Total $.1,517,000 7,000 100,000 150,000 5,0'JO 100,000 40,000 North Carolina. 2">.OfX) New Jersey..... 50,000 New Mexioe 25,000i In the following 1 states the world's fair appropriation bills have been passed by both houses of their legislatures and been signed by the governors and are in force: California S 300,000 Oregon...." 100.000 Idaho Indiana Iowa .... , Montana .. New Mexico. . N'th Carolina. Oklahoma 80.000 Pennsylvania. 153,000 '5,001) Vermont 5.000 50,000 Washington,. 100,000 100.00LI W. Virginia... 50,000 25,0:0 •£i,000 7,000 81,007,000 following ller jMobHcr's Footsteps. GAINESVILLE, Tex., March 20.— Pearl Starr, daughter of the noted Belle Starr, stole two fine horses of a farmer near St. Joe Wednesday night and fled to the Indian "territory. She dresses in male attire and handles a Winchester with as much dexterity as her mother. Pearl is 20 years old and is the reputed daughter of Cole Younger. \ Funeral of Prince Napoleon. TuRiX; March 20.—The remains of the late Prince Napoleon arrived here and were met at the railway station by the duke of Genoa, the count of Turriu and by a guard of honor. They were conveyed, followed by an imposing procession, to the church, of La Superga, and were tken deposited in the royal crypt. - Fatully Injured in an Explosion. MAHOXEY Cm-, Pa.. March 20.—The Brandonville powder mill blew up Thursday evening, fatally injuring two men and seriously injuring a third. The accident was caused by a pebble getting in under a crusher while the men were making powder, the friction causing the spark. Spi'lmaii Adjudj^tl Insane. PEOHIA, 111., March. 20.—At the trial of John Spelman, charged with burglary and safe breaking, the jury brought in a verdict that the defendant was insane. The verdict created no siTrprise, as it was anticipated. Brush Fires in Australia. SAN FBASCISCO, March 20.—Advices from Australia say that brush fires have caused enormous damage, many thousand sheep have been killed and many acres' of grass land and crops burned over. .Death of a Prominent Phytucian. COLUMBUS, 0., March 20.—Dr. C. M. Finch, former superintendent of the central asylum for insane and one of the most prominent physicians in the state, died Thursday. IIeavj' Floods in France. PAJUS, March 20,—Heavy rains have prevailed recently in the southeast.of fcYance. Large districts have been inundated. The Rhone is rising, rapidly. STATE NEWS. Bite of Information Gathered from Indiana Towns. Still Hale and Hearty. Moxox, Ind., March 21.—Near here there lives a man 104 years old, whose birth antedates tho election of any president of the United States. His name is Micujah Huncock, a grandson of iJohn Hancock, signer of the declaration of independence. He was born in Sussex county. Del., in 1778. He served in the Ninth regiment of Delaware volunteers in the war of 1812, and was present at the bombardment of Lewistown by the British. In the last year or twb he has received a pension for his service in that war. In ISIS he moved with his father to Ohio, where he married arid lived till 1850, when he moved to the southwest corner of Pull ask i county, Ind., where he has lived the last forty years. In 1SOC his wife died. Uncle Micajah, as he is called, shows wonderful vitality for his age. He celebrated his centennial anniversary by walking- in the forenoon to Monon, fc> miles from his home. He is not content unless at work. To 1'ipe Oil to Chicago. 'ous. Ind., March 21.—A branch of the Standard Oil Company, known as the Indiana Pipe Line Company, filed articles of incorporation with the secretary of state Thursday. The company proposes to build an oil pipe line across Indiana in going from Ohio to Chicago. It has a capital stock of 8500,000. The incorporators and directors are Henry D. Rogers, John D. Archbold, William Rockefeller. Daniel O'Day and George P. France. The line will extend through the counties of Adams, Wells, Huntington, Wabash, Koscitisko. Fulton, Marshal, Pulaski, Starke, La Porte, Porter and Lake. The company is also given the privilege of running branch lines to connect with oil wells in Jay, Blackford, Grant, Madison, Delaware, Randolph. Wayne and Henry counties. The*principal office of the company is to be at Whitney, Lake county. I'ieiity of Shooting but No Blood. MITOIIE.M,, Ind,, March 21.—Henry. Tow, township trustee, who lives about 0 miles from town, came here late Thursday afternoon and swore out an affidavit charging- Gabriel Moffatt- and -t.. Bass with . attempted murder. Tow states that he had been to Mitchell, and on his return home saw MofEatt on Bass' farm, and he began to bring up some old troubles. After a few words passed Moft'att commenced firing at Tow, but- after he had fired two shots Tow attempted to get over the fence to him when Bass came out of the house and emptied two double- barreled shotguns and several cartridges from a revolver at Tow. Bass' wife, who is a daughter of Tow, handed the gun to her husband and told him to shoot. Tow managed to get in four shots, and then left. ISfo bullets struck his body. There has been trouble between Tow and his son-in- law before, and this is but a renewal of the feud. Talk About Indiana Candidates. WASHINGTON. March 21.—While the gubernatorial campaign does not occur this year in Indiana, as it does in Ohio, ;here is nevertheless considerable ;alk about it. Representative Jason B. Brown, of Seymour, Ind., who has just returned to Washington from a brief visit to his home, says that in no state in the country is politics so much a topic of conversation as it is in [ndiana just now. "I do not know," 16 said to a reporter, "who will be the democratic nominee for governor. There s some talk of ex-Congressman, Shive- .y, while I suppose that the chairman of our state committee would like the ionor. Mr. Denby will soon return from China and he may be pushed by lis friends. Senator Turpie would make a successful candidate if he cared ;o accept the nomination and leave the sen ate. IiHlinnii Granite Dealers' Association. IxuTAXAroLiS, Ind., Harch 21.—The .ndiana Granite and Marble Dealers' association hefd its annual meeting Thursday and took steps to control and regulate prices and protect themselves rom irresponsible dealers. Officers •ere elected as follows: President, Fohn O'Haver, Lafayette; vice presidents, John B. Schrichte, Rushville; ^atrick McEneeny, Sullivan; D. W. 'aul. Frankfort, and C, V. Inks, Ligon- er; secretary and treasurer, D. B. lanck, Indianapolis, Salesman Skillmaii Dies of His Injuries. COLUMBUS, Ind., March 21.—Robert j. Skillman. the Louisville (Ky.) salesman shot by Lambert Goldsmith, of he same city, one week ago, died at :5S o'clock a. m. in the hospital here, n autopsy was held and the verdict endered by the coroner was that Skillman came to his death from a pistol hot fir .id by Lambert Goldsmitli. Goldmith has been rearrested in Lonis- ille. He will fight to remain in Ken- ucky. Fatal iVtine Accidents. BRAZIL, Ind.. March 21.—On Thursay Charles Dickson was .instantly ii'led by falling slate in mine No. 8. Jayton Stinson was killed by a prema- ure explosion in Church Hill mine at enter:Point and W. R. Parker was erhaps fatally injured. The Greatest Sale OQ Record will be Inaugurated by us On To-Morrow Morning at 9 O'clock, Sharp. Two Hundred Pieces Genuine Koechline Frefes French Sateen, Regular Price 35c, Our Price 19 Cents. As usual, first choice will be best. WILER & WISE, 315 FOURTH STREET. I WHISTLE FOR D. A. HA UK He lias the goods and prices. ..... .Best Gloc.k for .the,.money,., Best Watch for the money. Best Spectacle for the money. Best work done for the money. No. 41O Broadway. The Jeweler and. Optician. D. A. HA UK. reri'S ENGLISH. RED CROSS THE ORIGINAL AND GENUINE. Tho only Ssft, Sore,lu e»» ™lc Dnif^ttt for Chtehcster'M English JHamond Brand in Hod and (?oW roctalllo -.- ticulmi'trttb blue ribbon. Tuto no otiicr kind. Jttftuc Sutittitucioru and Imltatton^. All pllla in pMUjboaM boxoB, pink Trappers. »rc danffcrouft eonnt«rfcItA. At DmgglBtfl, or I __'. In nurnpfl for particulars, tcsUmoQliUa, and *'KelTcf fop Ladle*" in letter, by return 10,000 TCTtlmtmtall. Kamt Paper. CHICHESTER CHEMICAL CO., Mnnli Sold by nil Local »ru«BlBt». Sure Death To Cockroaches, Rats, Mice* and Bedbugs. FISHER'S LIGHTNING EXTERMINATOR. ' At Ben Fisher's Drug Store, 311 Fourth St. JOHNSTON BROS. " The Corner Drug Store." Johnston Bros, have removed to the Cor. of 4th and Broadway, (Strecker Building.) A Full and Complete Line of DRUGS ON HAND PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED.

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