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   Logansport Pharos (Newspaper) - July 21, 1890, Logansport, Indiana                                LOGANSPOBT DAILY PHABOS 16TH YEAli MONDAY EVENING JULY 2i 1890 NO 70 30HN ON BETWEEN SEASON GOODS From now until the regular Fnl Trado opons these goods will be received fresh every few days Having had a very successful Summer Trade and having no need of Clear ance Sales we can give our customers Fresh Goods boujhl strictly for cash and sold at prices that will stand any test P Come and got Fresh Goods BRITISH UNBE8T The Insubordination of the Grenadier Guards Will Cuie Your S OE1NTS Q 12thSt Drue Store FURNITURE PRICES THE LOWEST Our Designs yoim but the Best Workmanship Allowed to Leave our Salesroom J ff Henderson S SOPS BBflL ESTATE For 12 on liroiulwnv Kor suit 10 resiliences on Spear street Kor sttlt J residences rn North street For IJ residonrcs on Market street For residences on Ninth a ml Kluvuntl streets For residences on and Miami streets For s lie rcsmlirsecs on Toledo and lines slnLts For s lie lots in all parts of tlie city and lociitcd in desirable places for luilil inir For snlt at u bargain lots on Sycu iiore struct To trade farms for city properly To trailostocks of dry goods foi farms To tnuc ii desirable residence wilh two orchards To trade six lots nt Francisville Ind for city Vloporty or for a good farm will pay tliu difference lots to sell in all parts of tlic city For particulars write or enquire of M M GORDON Pension and Keal Estate Agent Room No I Klliott Block Logansport lud SCENES PATHETIC AND AMUSING A AVave of IMMCouteiit Holling Over the Tlsht Little Illustration I of the 1ower of Prince ol i IValftH initl a 1rite Ancient Order iof Hibernians many iiiiiil Austria Give tite Tark a Notes July sending of the Grenadier guards to Natal as a punish ment for insubordination has caused a great commotion among these unlucky men and their families The barracks where the Grenadiers are located are be sieged by hundreds of wives and sweet hearts Ijewailing the fate thnt either sep arates them from husband and lover or compels them to follow to a distant and Inhospitable clime The scenes witnessed at the interviews between these compan ions in misfortune are both pathetic and amusing In some cases the sorrow over necessary parting is manifestly genuine in other cases it is apparently all on the side of the one who is to be left behind Discontent Everywhere It is not known just when the departure will take place and It is reported that the authorities will keep the place and hour of sailing secret so as to avoid commotion and unpleasant incidents as much as pos sible The trouble which resulted in the startling order that the guards should be sent abroad is merely a section of the wave of unrest which is sweeping all over tho United Kingdom Not alone the aris tocracy but the middle classes also of England are deeply stirred over the man ifestations of discontent of which The London Times says there is much about in all ages classes and occupations GHVC tlie Colonel a Hint It has been many years since England has witnessed anything like a mutiny among English soldiers but this move ment came so near being a mutiny that it is the subject of rigid otlicial investiga tion The second battalion of the Grena dier guards in which tho socalled mutiny occurred has lately lost many excellent men because of rigid discipline and the whole British army is suffering from the sumo cause This fact even the military authorities are beginning to appreciate and H is understood that Cal Maitland of the guards hns received a quiet udmoni tlon to be less energetic in discipline Trouble Among tho Workers The trades unions are also everywhere moving for increase of pay and shorter hours The ship joiners of the Thames have succeeded in their demand for an increase of wages to 7 shillings a day the Northumberland coal owners havo agreed to an advance the laborers iu the Koyal dock yard at Sheerness have passed reso lutions calling for an increase of wages and urging somewhat reasonably that the government ought to set an example to private employers of labor by paying a fair days wages for a fair days work The newspapers arc still discussing the effect of the victory of the gas stokers at Tweeds A Iorlontous Event Attended as tho strike was by deter mined violence on the part of the strikers who set military mid police alike at defi ance and at length compelled a large and prosperous city through its authorities to yield to their terms it is the most por tentous event in labor annals that has ever occurred in England Tho Leeds city council hns been obliged to buy oil for the claims of the meu who were en gaged to take the place oJ tlic strikers and who were hired for several months and all discharged at the demand of tho striker when they returned to work at their own terms English cottage Later he may become renaturalized as a British subject and there will be work enough for him to do in developing and consolidating British African possessions Railway Train Struck by Lightning LONDON July a passenger train was approaching Frankfort during a severe storm one of thu coaches was struck and badly shattered by the lightning The Some Iowa People Will Try to Realize It AH IDEAL COMMUNITY PROJECTED passengers were terriUed mid maay were Tlie Organizers Will Probaljly Test Their j painfully shocked but no one was killed and after a stop to ascertain the condition of the rolling stock the traiin preceded to its destination Theories In to Gfvo Iluce to Baalo Principle Somewhat Uiflereiit from Bel to Hare Equal Opportunity and Each Be lie warded According to His Deeds DES MOISES la July Bel Xenousjced the Hibernians DUBLIN July a discourse at the Armagh cathedral yesterday Rev Dr Mac Neece denounced the secret society known j assume tangible as the Ancient Order of HiLvsrmjins which was founded tn America He said that proportions to some of our ctueiu Dur the society was seeking to obtain mem bers in Ireland and he warned all Roman Catholics to avoid it P Law FOP All Soldiers upon tlieir own Who nre dependent dnily labor for support For Soldiers ami Sailors widows For Children under Itf years of nge Fur tliildron permanently helpless ami for liopuiiiliHt parents Apply iti person or by letter for infor mation MatiV3 instructions to ARRANGED FOR THE PRINCE A Prlio Vljjlit Fixed Up fur Wulea KspiKhvl Ienelit Ioxuox July spoiling event of the week if the secret had not leaked out and prevented it would have been the prizo fight especially arranged for the Prince of during his visit to market It is four years now since his royal highness was publicly seen at an amusement of that character The prince was the guest at Nowmarkut last week of Lord Marcus Beresford Some aristocratic sportsmen iirrnuged that a tight should couiB oil at Abbingdons county house Bedford lodge between Charles Roberts and Charles Mansford two English box ers both known as hard hitters The Seats Not Occupied They went to Xewmarket Wednesday but as news of the affair had leaked out on the race course the of the en counter was changed from Abingdons house to the Greyhound hotel where the ring was pitched Two rows of chaira were reserved for the prince and his friends nntl the usual preparations made to receive him As the prince came along the avenue lie sair a large crowd waiting to see him enter He wits annoyed be cause the matter was made public and de clined to go to the fight The llrltlsh Knl lleliring Sea LOXDOX July British govern ment is preparing to lay before parlia ment the correspondence in relation to the Eehrlngsea The contention of the government briefly is that the limits of American jurisdiction extend only to the threemile limit from the shores of the 1 mainland and islands of Alaska To this position it is well understood that the government will adhere agreeing how ever to a close season for seals during nine months of the year with freedom to i kill during July August mid September I Ylie Perfidious Turk Cmlled Doivn i CONSTANTINOPLE July Ger the chief engineer nncl Herr Metfor the local superintendent of the Isinidt j and Angora railroad who were recently captured near Ismldt by brigands and I held for a ransom of have been re 1 leased Their capture was made the sub Jcct of an identical note addressed by the i ambassadors of Germany and Austria to the porte The note declared that such outrages were of too frequent occurrence in Turkish territory DUjusteil Vnth the Fecice Congress We know tliat we nrosrat the most EquiiaWo Losnos July Parker tha elo Plasi in Kxlstonco both for Borrower ami I queut but eccentric pnlpit orator of the City Temple announced yesterday that he had withdrawn from membership in the Peace society on account of the re fuss of tho recent congress of the fiocSeX eo open Its sessions with prayer The congress over which Hon David Dudley I Field of New York presided closeH Sat GORDON American Slflemen iParade NEUSTADT Bavaria July im mensecrowd witnessed the procession yes terday in honor of the Now York Inde pendent Schuetzen corps The procession was headed by the mounted riflemen and band of the Neustadt Riflsta The Amer icans were loudly applauded An rjeir to tlie Grecian Throne ATHENS July of Sparta wife of the crown prince of Greece and sister of Emperor William has given birth to a son THE CONGRESSIONAL RECORD ussivge of the Sundry BUI by the Senate with Many Amendments WAsmxcjTOX CITT July 21 spend ing a week in debate on tho irrigation feature of the sundry civil bill the senate pitched in Saturday and loaded amend ments upon it at a rapid rate and finally passed it before adjournment The most interesting of these were the following increasing tho appropriation for National Soldiers Homes to increase of about to pay the commutation for artificial limbs directly to veterans in stead of permitting claim agents to make a fee for collecting same appointing William B Franklin of Connecti Thomas W Hyde of John C Black of Lewis B Gnnckel of aud S S Yodsr of managers of soldiers homes appro priating for a site for the govern ment printing office for a lira proof building for the National museum and fora supreme court building appropriating 8315000additional for a pub lic building at Jackson Mich and for additional ground for Crown Hill cemetery near Indiunopolis The tariff bill was taken up as unfinished business and the senate adjourned In the house McBae introduced a joint resolution directing the secretary of the interior to suspend issue of patents to the Union Pacific pending the adjustment of the debt question by congress The re mainder of the day and a night session lasting to oclock was devoted to ar gument on the original package bill BURNED BY MOLTEN IRON An Explosion In an Iron Foundry Severe ly Injures Sixteen Men NEW YORK July iron foundry of Cassidy Adler manufacturers of plumbers supplies at 581 to 53T West Fif tyflfth street was thescene of a terrific ex plosion Saturday While eighty men were at work in the molding room the cupola burst scattering the molten iron all over the room and creating a scene of terror and wild panic Scolded and cut and maimed meu writhed shrieking in their agony The injured were tenderly picked up and thirteen in all were sent to the nearest hospital Those who were most slightly hurt were taken in charge by friends and went to their homes Sixteen Men Batlly Uurned The total number of burned was sixteen and of these Peter Scollons received the most serious injuries He was burned from head to foot terribly and the doc tors do not think he will recover Ed ward McXally and Fred Rosenken were also horribly burned about their bodies but may pull through The others were severely burned but will recover They Bnrtelder Patrick Kelly Adam Grosskopf Patrick McCanu John Marrion John Howard Daniel Murphy Frank Scolons William McMartcligau Joseph Kinnett Henry Bigelow Patrick Cnrley and John Griudall ing last winter there was an organization known as the Investigating club at Uni versity place Tha body met once a week and discussed the economic and social topics of the day Not a little interest was manifested Among those who par ticipated in the meetings were some earn est thoughtful men who had become op posed to our present competitive system of industry When the summer months be gan the club closed its meetings but the investigation along this line of thought was if anything pushed with more vigor At the Head of tlie Movement About a month ago a small circle of B Gaston of The Suburban Advocate C H Mershon E D Smith W P Macy D Harrod and J P Meredith with a few to see if they could not devise a plan to escape what they deemed the serious evils of the pres ent system and put in successful operation the principles which had crystallized in their minds as the result of their investi gations The result has been the organi zotion of a colony company with the ob ject of founding in some favored part of the country probably near Lake Charles La a community which shall be as far as possible complete within itself and whero what they term the savage foolish and wasteful system of competitive indus try shall givo place to the kindly ration al and more economic system of coopera tion Principles of the Organization The plan of the new colony is much like thnt of the Kaweah Cooperative Colony of Tulare county California Among the basic principles of the colony are Man alone is nothing but a savage he can support existeuce that is all It is only in and through society that he can obtain wealth and culture Wealth is the product of mans labor expended on the earth which is Gods gift to the race No man should be allowed to monopolize natures resources and levy tribute on his fellowmen for the opportunity to labor every man is entitled to just so much lib erty as will allow equal liberty to every other man each man should receive the full product ot his labor except an amount sufficient to discharge his debt to society through which alone he cau do effective labor Where It IDiflers ironi Bellamy The persons who have inaugurated this movement at University place do not ex actly indorse Bellamys ideas There is a distinctive difference between them in that instead of Bellamys principle of from each outaccording to his ability to each one according to his need their principle is all will have equal oppor tunity and each will be rc4wardod accord ing to his ikuds The projectors are very enthusiastic and confident of their ability to make the plan of work succeed If possible they will have everything in read ness and start for their new home this coming autumn A committee will be immediately appointed to look for a fa vorable location Tu establishment of the colony is n settled fact and speedy ar rangements life being made for the con summation of the plans THEY CARVED HIM EFFECTUALLY Pension Agent Elliott Block Lmriuisporl In BUILDING AP Of IXtroit Mich Not a Bad Rule for Uncle Sum WAsniXGTbJ CITY July the debate in the senate Saturday on the sundry civil bill iu speaking in favor ot an amendment to the appropriation for artificial limbs providing that in cases of commutation the money shall be paid directly to the soldier sailor or marine and no fee or compensation shall be al lowed or paid to any agent or attorney Cockrell said that it would prevent practice which forced boneflciaries to pay claim agents fees for collecting the money The moral of the amendment was that it is the duty of the government whenever its records show an indebtedness to any person to hunt that person up and pay The President a Candidate NEW YORK July Press Wash ington correspondent telegraphs that in an interview Saturday United States Mar shal Ransdell expressed the opinion that President Harrison is a candidate for re electiouand if tendered a nomination will accept The story published some time to the effect that the president intend ed to retire to private life at the conclu sion of the present term was Marshal Ransdell says unauthorized NATIONAL GAME AFFAIRS A Gigantic Combine and Weekly Record CHICAGO July semioccasional base ball sensation did not put in its ap pearance last week until Saturday when The Minneapolis Journal the de tails of an alleged combination of the League American and Western aggregaj tions of base ball talent The scheme wag to have sixteen clubs and two eastern and to grind the Brotherhood to infla itesimal fragmenta between the two As A G Spaliling says he hasnc heard of this deal it is just barely possible that it is the fabrication of the enterprising base ball reporter Dur ing the week the League kept hold on the attendance its Saturdays games girj ing it nearly 3000 more than the Brother hood had Standing ot tlie Clubs The following tables show ho w the four leading aggregations are playing ball Lewiuo won lost po Brcithhood won lost Boston Brooltlyn CblcRgo Kew York Phllaphla Plltsburg Cleveland 42 U8 HOC 32 3J 35 37 39 48 Phllanbla r4 li Cincinnati 53aiChlcaKO Now York Httsburg 64S 618 s17 447 3B3 331 American won lost pcl Western Louisville 44 27 fauMllwaakge 41 30 377Mlnnepolls St lAIUls Athletic Rochester Columbus Toledo Syracuse Brooklyn 36 37 31 30 0r 40 Dos Molued 51 Paul OH lost PO 43 eat 43 213 621 37 28 BOH 37 31 33 40 533 34 34 300 37 448 20 48 281 AlTHOBIZED CAV1TA1 In rivo ClMssos of flu ouch viz CIKSS No 1 PIT Sliixrc monthly payimnts No T5 cents HT Share No SW No Shares for tn advance Xo Investment Shjuo Money loaned on first mnrifniw security onlv Horrowers full ivuiomu of loan OUK FOUNDATION Security Economy Profit Equity j Promised to Mako H ii Theft Good BUFFALO July Mulick bookkeeper for Weber Meyer carpet dealers was discovered Saturday to be short in his accounts Muliekprom ised to make good the defalcation and was discharged and will not be prosecuted if he lives up to his promise Mulick comes of a good family but has beentraT eling in fast company Tbnt TougU Mayor Surrenders MONTGOMERY Ala July j the desperado and fugitive mayor oC i dar Keys Flnt surrendered to United i States Marshal Walker here Saturday night He was released on ball j xne cjajitorma VTneat crop SACRAMEXTO Cala July A Georgia Desperado Takes Kntirely too Big a Contrnct OPELIKA Ala July Wallace the Georgia desperado is probably dead by this time from wounds received Fri day There was a big celebration at Beu lah joined in by the Masons Alliance and other bodies of that section It is estimated that over 5000 persons were present One of the features was a par ade headed by the East Alabama band A big burly stranger with raven locks and beard so long that ho wrapped it around his waist stepped out from the crowd and attempted to take charge of the band His Bluff Was Fatal Wheu he saw the members indisposed to take ills orders he pulled out an ugly looking dirk He was at once set upon by half a dozen men who seemed to be equally well armed When they got through with the stranger who was then recognized as Will Wallace he was so badly cut up that it was apparently im possible for him to live Will Wallace has for years had the run of all the small towns in western Georgia and eastern Alabama He has committed several murders An Offer to Buy Bonda WASHINGTONCITY July Windom Saturday afternoon issued a call for 4 and 41j per cent bonds proposals to be received at the department at noon on Thursday July 24 The call is put out for the purpose of supplying in part the re quirements of the sinking fund for the current fiscal year The circular of April 37 1888 under which daily purchases of bonds have been made is rescinded The secretary says that the surplus has in creased to and that the recent act of congress transferring 155000000 from the fund for redemption of national bank notes makes a largeportion of this j fund niso available for the redemption of bonds Lehlbachg Suggestion to Iowa WASHINGTONCITY July debate in the house Saturday on the original package bill was largely of a constitu tional character Hayes of Iowa in op posing the bill said that he preferred a little personal liberty to a good deal of sentimental states rights and of New Jersey said that the way for the people of Kansas and Iowa to get rid of Driginal package stores was not to patron ize them Killed the Man BIRMINGHAM Ala July The Saturday and Yesterday The following are the scores recorded Saturday and Sunday League At New game York 18 Cleveland 4 Bur kett and Clark Wadsworth and Zimmer second game New York 7 Cleveland U and Clark Lincoln Zimmer At 8 Cincin nati 2 and Benuett Rhinos and Harrington At Philadelphia 4 Chicago 0 Gleason and Clements Luby and Kitt redge At 8 Brook lyn 8 and Wilson Car ruthere and Daley Brotherhood At 6 Chicago 7 and Murphy King aud Farrell At Philadelphia Philadelphia S Buffalo 1 and Hailman Buckley and Mack At New York 18 Pittsburg 7 and Ewing Morris and Carroll At BrooklynBrooklyn 14 Cleveland 10 and Daly Bakely and Sutcliffe Western Saturday At St Paul Sioux City 7 St Paul 5 at Minneapolis City 5 Minneapolis 4 at Mil 0 Milwaukee 10 Sun 1 Mil waukee 4 at St City 1 St Paul 5 EXCITEMENT AT A SUNDAY GAME Base Ball GroumlH Invailcd by Law and Order People Who Are Outwitted ROCHESTER N Y July was a scene of great excitementon the Windsor Beach base ball grounds yesterday after noon At the close of the third inning of the RochesterColumbus game Justice Coy of Irondefjuolt with several conuta bles and members of tha Law and Order league marched on the diamond and or dered that the game be stopped As the players came in the spectators poured out on the diamond from the stands and sur rounded the Irondequoit people shouting derisively at them and calling on the players to continue The club officials tried in vain to restore order but were un able to do so until they had persuaded the Irondequoiters to leave the diamond They Mad Xo Warrants As the latter had no warrants the play ers resumed the game after the managers had promised Justice Coy to bring the men before him At the close of the game the club officials persuaded the Ironde quoit meu to secure the players arrest im mediately This was done and they were taken before Justice Baird who was on hand for just such an emergency Gen Brinker vouched for the appearance of the players when and they were re leased This actin was taken to forestall the law and Order league Tlic Washington Park CHICAGO racing season at closed Saturday The winning horses were Anarchist mile Cllapman 1 mile Teutonic s Arundel miles Fortunatus 1 116 miles 1 mile fltiBHfcVIATED TELEGRAMS LARGE VARIETY THE RELIABLE FLANNEL SACK COAT OTHER iwft STYLES FLANNEL SHIRTS AND COATS 18t SPRING 1ND beg leave to announce to my patrons and the public tn general that my NEW STOCK Of SPRING and SUMMER STYLES is now Complete Mv past Standard tor FirstClass vVork will be Maintained Thanking you for past favors 1 Remain Yours Truly xJAOOB EDELWE1S Equal to any Imported Beer Made Delight ful Beautiful Try THE LOGANSPORT BREWING GOS Edelweis Beer made from the Best Im ported Hops and the Finest Select Hop Malt to be had Warranted Pure and Old On Draught in all Places To Day W H JOHHSaii President J F JOHNSON Cashier STATE NATIONAL BANK DEPOSIT VAULTS The Safes in this absolutely Burglar and Pirc Proof Vault are especially adapted for the deposit of Deeds Mortgages Notes Honda and all Valuable Papers also Jewelry etc Rents arc place at nominal prices of to per year each The Vaults and Safes are fitted with all modern improvements and we cordially invite the public to call and inspect then J Tlie Tailor 3OS BROADWAY E3etween 5th and 6th Sts WAR IN CENTRAL AMERICA OflUers ami Wlreotors Pixsiilom Hos A HOWKCT VicoPrcsidem VOi C UEVXETT Secretary N K KIDDLE Treasurer CHAS A UUltR Ultiou N t 1 Bauk IHrwtors JOHN M DWVEU H HASSLKK is SJralAiwni B E WOODHOUSE j Home Office Butler BulMin Si GriswaW St urday after a five days session Detroit Special K tt Apt B F BrriKB UQ2 Spear St JAMES J SHAFFREY Ucuuirs Stanley Take a Best I Losnox July Stanley has no inten County Asrcnt and ColieMor Hon ot recurlling to Africa for a time at He he to enjoy the vf xnttrata Ufa with niR nridft in an Barmck has sent the following weekly bt Detectires Morgan and pstten un telegram to the chief signal officer at rtook to arres Hart Thrasher a notor Washington City Grain harvest about Iotl3 moonshiner at his home in Bibb over yield and acreage much below the The officers flred on a man whom average but quality is good Abundant tDejsupposed to be the outlaw killiniz fruit crop except peaches reported from jini The riccim proved to be Harts ail portions of the fruit belt the outlaw is still at large Five 0001 Apaclies j Machine and lioiler Factory Burned Tucsox A T July has been PATERSOX X J July ascertained that of the eight Apache pris about 4 a m fire was discovered in the oners under the Kid who murdered engine room of J C Todds machine and Sheriff Reynolds and his deputy and then boiler factory The boiler room together escaped all but three have been killed with its contents and the greater portion Kid and two others are at large Troops of the building were destroyed Loss arc out the survivors about S150000 insnranctu f75OOOt e presvleut will leave Cape May Point morning for his desk at the capital Victor Hugos granddaughter Jeane has B betrothed to Leon Daudet son of the rench novelist of tlint name Jacob Krehbiel D a note 1 Methodist divine aud editor of The Christian Apolo gist ciied at Cincinnati Siinday Thomas Leonard tried to cut his way to liberty through the guards at the Eddy ville Ky prison and ivas shot dead Sat urday Six large steamships sailed from New York Saturday crowded with for Europe Among the passengers Chris A Dana of tha Suu 7he J P Buchanan nominated for governor by the Tennesyce Democracy Is a first cousin of the lute President of the Lnitcd States James Buchanan A Democratic which was to have bLen htKl at Columbus O Satur day and iL which Judge Thurman was to hava presided was postponed htcause the judge WHS too ill to appear Angus Bruechmaun a wealthy Ger man of Galena His who started last December to Cascv Rica and had not since heird fron is now known to have died en route aud been buried at sea Chas L LnwrencL a Xew York man who diiriiiH his life beat the governmemt out of jlOOJOOO in duties by smuggling died in that city Thursday last He was also a member of the notorious Tweed ring Prince says he will visit Eng land September lie also ways that the diiliculty between himself and the kaiser was in rtyard to chancellor to crush out Socialism ami the emperor was or a less rigoroua policy The Cuited States officers at Chicago have seized the of the steamer i Tiigj and will investigate the explosion I on thatsteamer If there was naphtha tn the boa thsrc is a prospect of some very reipoctale gentleman going to the peni temiary i Ihe New York Democracy will hold no I convention this year the last con Teiition empowered the state cen tral committee to make a nomination foj i the only office to be of the I court tjL appeals The nominee is likely to I be Judge Kapallo j Ic transpired in the senate Saturday during the debate on the sundry civil bill that the Christum home for Mormon i women who wanted to cut loosa from po lygamy has bat twenty inmats and that every one of the Mormon women vote for the hierarchy every time The home U supported Hy the government j o iaii sent to the fit mini oi testimony iiil who lurl snoni to kill the Utter hi for A inan answering Mocks louriptinn was on the train at the time of Ihe tragedy 2i Jtailway Incorporated iNUJAVroiis July of in c rpoiuiion of the Jjoutsville Richmond a ill Ijiiyton railroad company have been til 1 Tlie road is to lie about 140 miles long with its main uflice at Ijouisville Thecap it ii ck is The arf S Otrander of Richmond Ind S A Cullerson of Xew Albany and George L Danforth A Cox William Mathevrs C Fawcett and Dennis Long of Louisville Tlie Weather May Kxpecl WASHINGTON Cnv July following are tLc weather Jndlcatons for thirtynil bourn flom 8 p m yesterday For Mlchtgaja and w ather except fthowers in extreme weateru portiou upper Michigan and WUtcdnsi o easterly wlncU warmer For Indiana nnd Fair weather la western Illinois showers easterly vrlwlm tioaary temperature ID Indiana In Tiling for easterly warmer A Battle Won by Salvador Against Guate mala CITY or MEXICO July is reported that a battle has occurred between tha forces of Gautemalasnd San Salvador the former being defeated and sustaining heavy loss and their artillery being cap tured by the San Salvadorians The Guatemalan force numbered 9000 The battle took place Thursday Gen Bar rundia the Guatemalan refugee has left Oaxoca to take part iu the war He will probably raise the standard of revolt In Guatemala It is rumored that President Barillas of Guatemala Valks of resigning Of Interest to Grand Army Men j BOSTOX July reunion commitj tee of the national Grand Army encamp ment earnestly desires the names ot such organizations as have through local mem bers or otherwise than by application to the committee secured accommodation for their people Titles of organizations together with the names of presiding of ficer and secretary should be handed in prior to Ang 1 Notification should be addressed to J Payson Bradley chairman reunion committee 2 A Beacon street i Boston Mass i A MYSTERY OptHE RAIL i Arreat ot a Mortally Woanded on of Killing His Engineer VAX WEST O July night of Friday Samuel Madison Vande Tanter engineer of a train on the Clncini iiati Jackson and Mackinaw railway was killed on his engine while running front Cincinnati northivard and about two mile south of this place The fireman Samuel Roadboue said the engineer was killed by a strange man who suddenly appeared on the engina and struck him a number of blows on the bead with rcme blunt instrument Roadhouse also said the stranger attacked him and knocked him senscleas The train ran on anj guarded and finally collided witb a freight engine ia the yards here but the collision I was not sufficiently svere to wreck the train anil the passengers all escaped an injured Conductor Peabody howevw had a foot smashed Srnic Later It is now found that Roadhouse himself i is probably fatajly wounded aaJi he been placed under arrest on suspicion of i having murdered the engineer The I r 1 who had been qnairrehng for tlK t becsme engaged in a fight with tlie remit u tbe Htromreeu Purest and most HoUtkfUL heretofore published howDr CrauB Bcktor Powder doys ever insUte that he U innocent and that be and Yandevranter were assaulted fay I New York Ctieajfo Francisco SL Louis unknown mitn An ex convict JNuned CREAM lUsciperlorexceucnoeprOTen In mllUonioC   

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