Logansport Journal, September 12, 1893

Logansport Journal

September 12, 1893

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Logansport Journal (Newspaper) - September 12, 1893, Logansport, Indiana VOL XYIIL LOGANSPORT INDIANA TUESDAY MORNING SEPTEMBER 12 19 Another Big Attraction For the week at the Bee Hive We will endeavor to open each and every week with an attrac tive bargain For Tomorrow Morning We offer 50 pieces Storm Serge all wool 40 inches wide in the leading colors for fine wear at 45c Each yard worth 75c WILER WISE LOST OPPORTUNITIES There is something suspicious about i when you are offered something for nothing We are no doingbusiness that way butletua say that no where among honest dealers can youget more for your money See my El gin watches at my gold filled watches solid silver Elgin watches other goods in proportion Seth Thomas clocks Reed Martin flafeware the V C watches the oest manufactured I have had SO years experience Starlight Silver Polish Best work done in the city axis cu rainbow pebble spectacles D A HADK Jeweler and Optician 410 Broadway 3 H President A L POGOT VlcCPresldent H J HEITBBINK Csshlt r State National Bank LOGANSPORT IND OflPlTflL S2OOOOO BUY AND SELL GOVERNMENT BONDS Loan Money on Personal Security and Collaterals Issue special Certificates of Deposit bearing 3 per cent when left for one year 2 per cent per annum when deposited 6 months Boxes in Safety Deposit Vaults of this Bank for the deposit of Deeds Insurance Policies Mortgages and other valuables rated at to FIXED THE BLAME Coronets Jury oa the Colehour Ind Wreck Criticises Tracks TimeTablci and All Kailrond Men Connected Wltl the Banning ot the Fated CHICAGO Sept Coroner McHalei jury finished the investigation into thi causes the railroad trreak at Cole hour Thursday morning at3 oclock Sat erday afternoon and two hours liter returned a verdict which severely censures the methods of operatingthe Wayne Chicago railroad The verdict pronounces the timetable in force throngbout the western division to be imperfect the track facilitiesbetween Colehoui and Hegewisch inadequate and recommends that C D superintendent of the western division F D OConnor train dis patcher on the division at the time the wreck and all others connected with the road at thetime of the wreck and at all responsible for the running1 of trains be held to answer for crimi nal negligence vArmy of the Cumberland CLEVELAND 0 Sept 11 The ar range ments for the twentyfourth an nual reunion of the Society of the Army of the Cumberland to be Vheld here onthe20th and SlsVinst are about com plete President Cleveland has sent a let ter regretting1 his inability to attend the reunionand expressing1 his high ap preciation of the honor extended say ing that it would have afforded him much pleasure to be present Nothing has been heard from Gen Eosecrans the president of the society butait is supposed he will be present f J Election Kepeal Bill In theHousc Sept 11 Itre now de cided that the election repeal bill will come up in the house onjfhursday A meeting1 of the committee will be held Tuesday to report and it is to be taken up on Thursday unless some new plans are adopted meantime Jort His JToitvine to Nejroen ATLANTA Sept Georpe W Dye one of thi wealthiest planters in northeast Georgia is dead and bas left his fortune of over half a million to the negro family who attended himior the last fif years HOIT Grows Vanilla is an Orchid which in the West Indies creeps over trees and walls iike ivy A substance called salep somewhat resembling1 arrowroot or sago is obtained frqm of a variety that grows inTurkey and Per it is highly esteelned IN A COMMON CAUSE Peopl e of All Greeds at the Ee ligious Parliament io Chicago Priests and Preachers of the Orient and the Occident Gather for an Exchange of Ideas BEPKKSEST THE WOKtDS FAITHS CHICAGO Sept unite all re ligion ajfainsj irreligipc to make the golden rule tfie basis of this union to present to the world the substantial unity of many religibns in the good deeds of the religious life in which their common aims and common grounds of unity may be set forth and the marvelous religious progress of the nineteenth century be reviewed their achievements presented and their work for the future consid ered the worlds firstparliament of religions began itsiscssions at 10 oclock a m in the Art institute The programme has been arranged in threefold order What is tailed the Worlds Parliament of Eeligions will consist of a series of union meetings jn which the representatives of the dif ferent faiths will participate In these meetings the delegates fiom difierent churches willpresent their views of the great subjects of religious faith and life Will Last SeventeenDays Denominational presentations will be made during the seventeen days of the parliament Each denomination will occupy the time assigned to it in mak ing1 the best and most comprehen sive statement of the faith it holds and he service it claims to have ren dered to mankind All controversy is prohibited No attack will be made on any person or organiza tion Each participating body will af Irro its own faith and achievements will not pass judgment on any oth er religion or system of faith or wor ship Denominational congresses will beheld in the various halls of the Art nstitute during the sessions of the par iainent An Inspiring Scene CHICAGO iSept processional in which the religions of theworld were representedmarked the opening of the worldsparliaitent of religions at the Art Institute It was a processional that had a world of meaning in it one that would have been impossible not many years ago Jew marched with Gen tile and Catholic marched with Protest factor in the history of the human race that would never be obliterated Never before had such a congress been under taken and not long ago it would hare been deemed impossible to carry it to successful completion The man who would advance his own faith mustfirst the truths in other faithsHe hoped the congress would prove more spiritual and ethical than theological After an address of welcome by Archbishop nFeehan of Chicago Oni dinal Gibbons spuke He saidrthat tVvough all did not agree in inatters of faith there was one platform on which all were united that waschairitv hu manity and benevolence He said he could not impiess loo strongly oa every one that each was his brothers Keeper That was the whole theory of humanity If Christ had cried with Cain Am I my brothers keeper we would still be walking in darkness The cardinal was followed by Rev Augusta 7 Chapin who welcomed the congress oa behalf of woman and she in turnby tha Archbishop of Zante Other speakers were Protop Chander Mazoorrbar ol Calcutta President llifimbothiirn of the Columbian ex position Pung Euang Yu of the Chinese legation at Washington Prince Wolhousky of Eussia lit Rev Reuchi Shibata of Japan Count A Bernstoff of Berlin Kev J Bonet Maury of France Archbishop Rod wood of Xew Zealandand H Dharmapala of India PRAYED FORTHE BABY NO 213 AWAIT THE WORD Thousands in Line Along the Bor der of the Cherokee Strip Fears That Many Will Suffer Hard ships Through Lack of Water Registering Opened The Chaplain of the House linploris Pi Aine Blessing on Little Ruths WIISIIEXGTOX Sept brief half session was held by the house with less than ahundred mem bers present The chaplain prayed Jor the little daughter in the white house as follows We iliack Thee that Thou hast gladdened the nation and the home of the chief executive with 11 little one Maythe lire and health of the mother be tbe life of the little ono be spared lhat she may attain the high Weal of womanhood illumined by her mother ana may meek nogs modesty mildness Rentlencss and all the virtues that pertain to the highest type of wom anhood be hors and may he family of the white houss become a beacon 13 the wilderness lo all the families throughout the length and breadth of tlie land WASHINGTON Sept the senate Senator Stewart rep Nev submitted a resolution providing for a committee of five senators to ascertain and report whether any senator was interested as stockholders or otherwise in any na tional banks dem T opposed the resolution on the ground that it was uncalled for necessary and a reflection on senStprs anlft3he pf India resolution beingobjected as over well as those of the Englishspeaking nations All attired in their priestly robes and wearing the insignia of their office marched in peace and fellowship to the platform while the audience rose and cheered at the sight First came Cardinal Gibbons escorted by President Bonney Then came Mrs Potter Palmer and Mrs Charles Henro tin representingthe board of lady managers and then the followingwith their suites Archbishop Redwood of New Zealand Arch bishop Dionysiua Latas of Zantc Greece Kov John Henry Barrows of Chicago Archbishop Feehac Count A BernstorfS of Berlin Dr Carl von Berpca of Swe denProt C K Chaharar H Dbar mapala and P C Mozoomflur of India Kev Aususta J Chapin of Chicigo Rev Alexander D McKonzie Puns Quang Yu of China Dr B G Hirsch of Chicago Miss Jeanne Serabjl and Khersedji Laupraua of Bombay r Bishop B W Arnett and Mrs Laura Ormiston Chant Even more inspiringwas the scene when the whole vast and joined in singingPraise God from Whom All Blessings Flow aiid later when Cardinal Gibbons led those of all nations and all religions jn recit ing1 the Lords Prayer President Before the formalopeninjr of the con gress President Bpnney of the worlds congress auxiliary held an in formal reception in ball 2 where shook h2nds with and intro duced other many of the Senator Pugh dem Ala spoke in opposition to the repeal He said it was the determined and unalterable purpose of the opponents of repeal to stand upon their convictions of pub lic duty and their pledges to the people whom they represented and who had honored them with their con fidence on the vital question until thelj physical strength was exhausted BEADY FOK THE BUSH ARKANSAS CITS Kan Sept Strippers are moving in an endless stream from all directions save tha south toward the registering booths miles from this city on the border of the promised land There has been a drought prevailing here for several weeks and the ground is parched and dry The long line of prairie schoon ers and horsemen has ground the dirt in the roads to finest dust and vast clouds have enveloped every highway Water Is Scarce The few streams that cut their way through southern Kansas are all nearly dry and water has become a scarce ar ticle The source from wbich Arkansaa City obtains its supply of water is fail ing and water meters have been en tirely cut off Should fire break out tha city would be at the mercy of tha flames On the skirting strip water is in great demand at dollar a barrel or twenty cents bucket Trying to Squeeze Into Zlne For a distance of 5 miles it is jamnieJ with wagons seeking a place in the line the registration booths mile ou either side of the road of tents from which and drinks of all kinds are gamblers have opened fames and verdant strippers robbed of their limited Tifrihree lines have bee lormed from the three booths point these the barbed wore fence inclosing this portion of tha street Most of them are without pro tection frowthe burning rays of thesun and the dense banks of dust are blown diiectly them by the north wind that has been prevailing This line at 2K miles in length A second eastward from the booth orcra mile and a third runs parallel v with the first The lines are of all nationalities ages conditions V and Chinaman andAmeri can the youth and octogenarianthe capitalist and the womEn oa f termsior once j AN IMPORTANT MEETING to lights of alJOut all the religions of the world Thsre were men from India ChinaBombay Greece Japan Russia New Zealand Turkey in addition to njaBvfroin countries ttiat are nearer Some were in their native costumes which gave the gatheringa more brilliant and cosmopolitan ap learance Miiny Addresses Therewas nota vacant seat in the hall and the walls were fringed with people standing up when Clarence Ed dy took his seat at the organ and jlayed a couple of selections prelim nary to the processional with which the proceedings were opened President Bonney madethe address of welcome He said theyishould all give thanks for being able to take part n so granda1 congress one that so fully exemplified peace and progress and vhich would have so great an nfluence on the world He said hey all respect or the religions of eachother While 11 met as men on an equal plane there was a desire to treut everyone with hat formality courtesy to which lis rank in his own church entitled ilm After reviewing the programme if the conjjress Mr Bonney welcomed all in of the brotherhood of eligion John HefcmjyBarrowsvehairnjan it the committetipB crrfranizallpn tlien addressedjthe ccfngresa He said tnat his meeting had become a grand new1 Representatives of Boards of Trade the United States to Confer In ton Sept 11 A meeting of representatives of the boards of trade of the United States will be held Tuesday to influence congressxin relieving thenation of its financial stringency to strengthen the present national organization and to establish permanent headquarters There are in round numbers 1110 boards of trade in this country The National board of trade which has been in ex istence for the past twentyfive years ajid meets here annually is composed of only fifty constituent bodies or less 5 per cent of the totalnumber In view of the present financial and commercial dapression it wasfehought best to have a full meeting of all the thousand or more organizations It is expected that the outcome of this conventionNvill be a new national organization with permanent Tiead in this city Board1 of trade and business men generallySujonsider this matter of national organization one of gxeat importance to the theiu sand bodies throughout the country for then they will have a central office to call upon by letter or telegram for information about the status of pend ing commercial bills for statisticalin formation etc The convention will be in session several days 1 Messenger Chapmans Murderers Cancht OswffiGO Kan Sept 11 three men who robbed a Frisco train at Mound Valley Kan and killed Ex press Messenger Chapman last week have been captured and now areinjail at Arkansas City Kan All of the prisoners confess their guilt and one admits having killing Messenger Chapman l i s Arrested A dispatch Cmr Kan Sept booths three in number with nine clerks were opened on the line of the strip at a m The first man registered was John B Cameron of Kansas Mo The first woman to vregister was Miss Kate DurandOf this city at her number being 402 It js estimated that in the lines there are between 5000 and 7000 peo pie i GLADSTONE was to publicly i in Aa Exhibition of by an JEpU copal Minister In1 y LONBOX iiept sensation at the day here is an attack made Suriclay upon Mr Gladstone byReV Frederic Davies 3Ir Gladstone it attended divine services at 1 Episcopal church at Blairgowie and the sacred edifice in of the premiers visit was packed with people anxious to see the great lib eral leader On previous Sundays It j would seem the church mentioned has not been crowded with Rev Frederic Davies who preach the sermon suited Mr Gladstone by refusing to shake hands with the venera ble statesman before the service la addition during his sermon cler gyman vehemently condemned ttiepeo ple present for as he claimed cominjf to church for an unworthy worship a creature rather than the Creator The remarks of Rev Frederic Davies caused much indignation among themajority of those present r Exposition BuildinR Burned SPOKANE Wash Sept 11 Spokane exposition building as im mense frame structure erected in 1890 at a cost of 3100000 was burned day night The fire started and half an hour later the building was razed tothe ground have for some time past been sleeping in the building and it is that they carelessly set fire to 5t The building was owned by several ness firms who held judgments against it There was no insurance YORK Sept from Washington states that Francis H Weeks has been arrested in Ban Jose Costa Rica the arrest beinjfw caused by the United States who acted under instructions from the state department Were Playinjr Revolver BLOouCfGXOH IllTf Eeidy the 7yearold son of Thos ReMy accidentally ishot and killed his brother Johnnie r Sunday They were playing witbfarevolver didnot know e Fire West1 Bend WJi WBST BEND Wis destroyed Ott Bodens liardwarr store and warehonSe John Beisses saloon Henry Hauers tailor shop i John meat market arid the bam I of the Farmers hotel insurance J Loss Fair for Sept official lias been issued announcing that an in ternational exposition will Fljance in 1900 Alfred Picard is i aSjCommauder general Killed by a Fail from Bridge SPRINGFIELD 0 Sept Steinhouse fell30 feet irom railroad bridgeand lyjlrijured Her bodywas ;