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   Logansport Pharos (Newspaper) - July 25, 1890, Logansport, Indiana                                LOGANSPOKT DAILY PHAROS 16TH YEAB FK1DAY EVENING JULY 25 1890 NO 74 30HN Corner SEASON GOODS From now until the regular Fall Trade opons these goods will be received fresh every fow days Having had a very successful Summer Trade and having no need of Clear ance Sales wo can give our customers Fresh Goods bought strictly for cash and sold at prices that will stand any test P and get Fresh Goods Powders VVill Curo Your lUadacho s s PHRL7IIT 12thSt Drug Store FURNITURE PRICES THE LOWEST OUP Designs None but tlie Best Workmanship Allowed to Lunvu our Salisnxim EZTflTE For sulu 13 rusid ncus on Brmuhvai For sale 11 residences on Spear street bor sale 3 residences on Market street For sale residences on NinthEleventh and Eighteenth streets For sale residences on North street For sale residences on Chippewa and Miami streets For sale resiUeaces on Toledo street For sale lots in all purls of the uity For sale cheap lots between Smead and George streets from to S2U5 each Farms to trade for city property Lots wanted on iligb North Broad way ami Market streets For particulars write or enquire of M M GORDON Pension nnil Keal Estate Agent lioom No 3 Elliott Block Loganeport Ind P INDIAN SCHOOLS Bring on a Religious Debate in the Senate New Tension Law POP All Soldiers AVho arc dependent upon their own luily labor for support For Soldiers and Sailors widows For Children under Hi years of uge For children permanently helpless mid for dependent parents Apply in person or by letter for infor mation blanks am instnictions to BORDON Pension Ayent Block In The SUMMER RESORTS OF Northern Michigan Keacheti ty tho Grand Rapids Indiana Railroad AC ISLANDAnil tlie ninny rvaohotl Hiirefrom Sault Sto Mario Mariiuoire IJM Ihenoawx etc TOSKRY AXU BAY Harbor Springs Habor Point sinjr Oinrlrvoix ou locutcil in ho vtciiiU v TKAVEKSE Aud ieijrlborlnx Resorts Omevia OKI Minion hlk Hapids elf The many lakes uiul si roams the finest or Tho Xlrook Trout tho totebrureii tfrayHnp UUck uni other varieties of ITUIHC fratl The train rviw of he Gram Kitpiilx and Indiana Kailivail for the season oi will complete m every particular will be run between CiUinnuti Vetoskey ami Maekiiuw Also be tween i Pefvkov nm Mackinaw rki the Coural Kuilroal and Kala EGltZOO Tourist tickets purchased to any of thiabove points at rtnkieeil rates For descriptive matter tims caitis and full address C I LOCK WOOD Oen Psissani Ticket Agent Grand Mich THE OHUEOH OPEOME COMMENDED the ts Lamlctl as the Most Suc Indian Twacherit Ecclesiastical Education Ircfurrcd to Secular Com ment on tliu IJchring Sea Correspon DlnlruIndorsed Some Further The Ilaiiliruptcy Bill Passed by tho House Official Jltems WASHINGTON CITY The discus sion of the Indian appropriation bill in the senate yesterday brought up the religious question us applied to the education of the Indians The amendment under consid eration vos one increasing the appropria tion for the supportof Indian schools from tl DO 000 to and the peculiarity of the debate was that several senators fa rored denominational education rather than secular In other words reversing the principles of education obtaining in this country so far as tho Indians are concerned and antagonizing the tendency of the government to abolish denomina tional education and supplant it with na tional noneccleHlastical schools Vest Commends the Jesuiits Vest opposed the amendment as the in troduction of a system intended to abolish denominational education among the In dians He spoke of an official visit which he had made to an Indian agency seven or eight years ago and of his observation of the work of the Roman Catholic church in educating the Indians The Jesuits had succeeded better than any other people living in the education of Indians Whatever if that was the proper he might have against the Society of Jesus he had to say that much us nn educated nrotestant If the Kofrmn Catholics wcro doing better in educating the Indians than otiier denom inations he was in favor of the Catholics and if the Presbyterians or the Baptists were doing better he was in favor of them Koines Success in the Field But he was convinced that the Roman Catholics were far more efficient among the Indians than any Protestant denomi nation could be No other denomination could take thoir place because the In dians like other people emerging from barbarism had received religious irnpros uons that were permanent He did not care whether it might be culled religion or superstition The Indians were Roman Catholics and would remain so Teller also spoke of the Roman Catholics as the most successful educators of Indians Jones of Arkansas argued that cheap contract schools ought to be maintained and no feeling of sectarian prejudice ouyht to be allowed to operate against n church simply because in had shown a disposition to go forward and spend more money ami exercise inoro thought and la bor and diligence in the good work than other churches or denominations had done Unrln Snys a Good Word for llom Davis also opposed the amendment and spoke of the nlFoTts of Komnn Catholic missionaries at tho Black feet agency These good people he said had applied to those philanthropic ladies tho Misses Drexil of Philadelphia and had obtained which they had expended in n school building recently completed These men were now to be told not only that there was to lie a government school put on that reservation in competition with them but that they were to have no con tract whatever for the education of the Indians as had been plainly implied In the correspondence between the com missioner of Indian affairs and the per sons In authority in the enterprise Iolioy of the Administration In advocating an amendment to strike out items aggregating SJO 000 for educat ing Indians at St Josephs school Reussa laer Ind and the Holy Family school Blackfeet agency II out Dawes said the object was to keep the appropriation down to the amount now in the bill as far as possible He referred to the controversy when the present management of the In dian bureau cnuio in brought about by tho inquiry made by other denominations as to the discrepancy between the amounts spent on their institutions and the amount spent on Homnn Catholic schools The present bureau favored divorcing the gov ernment from parochial schools but had found that this was not feasible The com mittee had thought it best not to enlarge the connection of the government with these institutions AMsoclntinn of Church and State Reagan and George argued against the association of church and state and in reply Davis said that this was a very seri ous business matter The government had n right to take advantage of the facil ities which tho pioneers of Christianity offered to it As to the association of church and state it was only when the in fluences of Christianity had bem brought to bear on the minds of the Indians that they had made tho least step towards civilization Call a member of the com mittee on appropriations opposed the amendment and eulogized the work of the Catholic church in the matter of Indian Tho senate rejected the amend ment THE BEHRING SEA DIPLOMACY fcallslmrys Last Proposition The objection which Salisbury made in reply to Elaines suggestion that the Brit ish government issue a proclamation warning British vessels against on taring Behring sea during one season was that there were grave constitutional difficul ties which would preclude the British government from acceding except as part of a general scheme of settlement the condition of which are that the whole matter be left to arbitration that pending the award all interference with British vessels shall cease and that if the award is averse to the contentions of the United States that government will compensate British subjects for the loss sustained by compliance with the proposed proclama tion These conditions are declared indis pensable National Bank Circulation WAsrnxGTOX CITY July laid before the senate Wednesday eletter from the comptroller of the currency in regard to the bill affecting national bank circulation recently reported to the sen ate The comptroller after giving somo bank statistics and discussing the bill at length says in conclusion that congress seems to have determined that the further issue of bank notes is not desirable and in that event the burden of maintaining cir culation he thinks should be removed from those associations so that they may more faithfully and satisfactorily serve the people as banks of Discount and de positin which sphere they have never been adversely eriticised by any portion of the people The Doings Jn Congress WASHINGTON CITY July house apent yesterday wrangling over the amend ments to the bankruptcy bill The vol untary bankruptcy substitute was re to the Torrey bill with unimportant amendments to 84 In the senate the Indian appropriation bill was finally passed most of the daj being spent in the discussion of the ques tion of denominational Indian schools Bills wore introduced to incorporate the American National association of the Red Cross the Red Cross providing for free silver coinage the dollar to con sist of 4 125 grains of silver to pay Dr Mary Walker 810000 for her services suf ferings and expenditures as assistant sur geon of the army during the rebellion Not a Strict Party Vote WASHINGTON CITY July vote in the house yesterday on the passage of the Torrey bankruptcy bill was not astrict party one The majority of the affirma tive votes was composed of Republicans and the majority of negatives of Demo crats but several prominent Republicans voted nay among them Allen of Michigan Cannon Chenille Dolliver Funston Gest LaFollette Smith of Illinois and Payson Of Interest to Publishers WASHINGTON CITY July General Miller has decided that Tho Pen mans Journal published in New York was not nnmailable as a secondclass publication because it printed upon th wrappers of its sample copies an instruc tion to postmasters that if not called for by the party to whom addressed postmas ters please deliver to some local teacher The attorney general holds that this su perscription is fully warranted by the law Riimu To He Investigated WASHINGTON CITV July 25A modi fled report has been agreed to by the house rules committee on the proposal to inves tigate the clmroes made by Cooper of In diana against Pension Commissioner Raum A select committee of five is pro vided for which shall make an inquiry into the truth of the charges with full powers An Cmnrmeil WASHINGTON Crrr July senate in secret session yesterday confirmed E P Sends of Iowa as associate justice o the supreme court of New Mexico The National Hull Game CHICAGO July scores on the dia mond yesterday were as follows League PittsburgBoston game grounds At York B Cincinnati 7 and Buck ley Rhines and Harrington Cleveland Philadelphia game postponed wet grounds At 4 Brook lyn 8 Kittredge and Stein and Cimithers and Daly Brotherhood At 1 Brooklyn 2 and Mack Sowders and Cook PittsburgBoston and Cleveland New York games post grounds At cago 2 Philadelphia 5 and Farrell Husted and Hallman Western At Kansas 0 Kansas City 5 at Paul 3 Omaha 4 at Moines 0 Den ver 3 at Sioux J7 Sioux Citv 4 A DYSPEPTIC BET Marcus Mayer Wins Twenty Four Big Feeds 4T A COST OP IAOH COVEB Senators Commend Dljilnos Course nnd IHellne to Talk Further WASHINGTONCITY July publi cation of the correspondence between the state depart mont and the representative of her majestys government ou the sub ject of the Bohring sea controversy did not excite so much interest in congress as would have been aroused if tho matter had not been held bticfe so long The members of tho committee on foreign re lations of the senate in general said that the negotiations seemed to them to have been conducted in an amicable spirit and that Blames course throughout was worthy of commendation There was nothing they said for congress to do in the matter The negotiations seemed to be progressing satisfactorily at the pres ent time Tho Democratic members ot the committee joined with the Republican members in this general expression of opinion President Adams Statement That the public may see why Elaine ob jected to Salisburys quotation from Pres ident Adams communication to Russia regarding jurisdiction in Behring sea the complete paragraph as written by Adams Is given what Salisbury left out being put In brackets Air Adams wrote The United States cnn admit no part of these claims Their right of navigation and Vhinur is perfect and has been in constant Mertise from the earliest times after the ponce of throughout the whole ex Tlie Detroit Trotting Races DETKOIT Mich July thous and spectators witnessed the reices at the Driving park yesterday The unfinished race for S16000 was completed Walter B taking the necessary three heats his best time being The 216 trot was won by Alfred S best time Sunol trotted a half mile in The 4year old trot was unfinished Margaret S and Allerton having a heat npiece in and freeforall pace was also unfinished Adonis taking the only heatiu The Duliuth Rcgallto DULUTII July Siren of Duluth won the 0 mile yacht race yesterday and the remainder of the day was devoted to rowing races The senior fours was won by the Lurline club time John T Corbett of the Iroquois club of Chiaago won the senior singles iu The senior doubles was captured by the Minnesota club Corbett also won the mile dash for single sculls in and tlie senior four oars went to the Lurline club in The OU1 Fellows at Chicago CHICAGO July 25 city Chicago has given countenance to tha approach ing Odii Fellows demonstration by declar ing Thursday Aug T a halfholiday aud requesting business men to their places andcitizens generally to dec orate their houses on the occasion of the I big parade There has never before been so general a cut in rates to Chicago as will be made for this occasion The W rather We May Kipect hours from 6 p m yesterday For Indiana i ami weather northwesterly j wimls stationary temperature For Lower northwesterly winds 5 atinarv temperature except in extreme j southeast portion cooler and near lake Mlchi an warmer For Upper Michigan and Wis clear on Friday northerly winds vranner For weather variable winds wrmer ftiit or eagiieerLafe The Total Outlay Aggregating Oveir of the Novel Wager and How It Was Not Opposing the Heligoland Com pliment to Papers on the Behring Sea eign Notes LONDON July Maye r an American amusement manager early in this month while In the city of San Fran cisco made n bet with James Williamoon a wealthy Australian and twentythree other gentlemen that he coald leave San Francisco on July 7 and dine in Paris July 24 The condition i of the bet are as follows Leaving San Franciscoa fort night before Mayer Williamson and his twentythree friedds were to assemble yesterday in a private room in the Cafe Anglais in Paris The cost of tho dinner was to be at the mte of a cover and there were to be twentyfive covers one held in reserve for Mayer Mayer was to appear at the Cafe Anglais before midnight and take the place re served for him Should he do this Will iamson was to pay for that particular din ner and on following days the twenty three other bettors would in turn foot an equivalent bill If Mayer failed he was to foot the hills for the whole twentyfour dinners the total expense of which would be Mnyer Has Time to Spare arrived in this city yesterday at a m and by taking the club train at p m lie would have arrived in Paris at 11 p m and won the bet but William son who arrived here two weeks or more ago agreed to consider the wager lost Williamson has been at the Savoy hotel for Mayers arrival Mayer left San Francisco July 0 on the Central Pa cific railway He arrived at Ogden July 11 at 0 a m At Evnnston in Wyoming a snow shed had burned and the train was delayed He took a special train on the Union Pacific and arrived in Council Bluffs July 19 at 5 a m bavins done 958 miles in twentysix hours He arrived in Chicago on the 18th nt p m and in New York on the 16th The Trip Across the Atlantic The same evening he took the City of New York for Liverpool The steamer made the trip in aix diys and ten hours making the run on a southerly course the distance being 2911 miles instead of 2700 the usual course The first dinner was given at the Cafe Royal last evening Of the twentyfour who sat down to this din ner which was eaten after the theatre was closed were besides Mayer nnd Will iamson Nat Goodwin W A Mcstayer Joseph Reynolds of the Fifth Avenue Theatre C J Abud and George Ednardes of the Gaiety Theatre Captain George F Bassford of the Haymarket ViceConsul O R Johnson and others rays tho Freight Williamson raid the bill with good grace Tonight the dinner will be at the Criterion and next day the party will have a dinner on the train de luxe for Paris In Paris the p rty will not confine themselves to the CWe AngUns but will dine where they please at Williamsons expense until the contract expices GLADSTONE AND HELIGOLAND The G O M Approves tlie with Some Iteservatlons lONBON July the house of com mons Inst night Ferguson under foreign secretary in moving the ratification of the cession of Heligoland declared that Eng land had obtained an ample equivalent for the island Heligoland was in fact to England Gladstone supported the governments motion and paid a trib ute to Lord Salisbury for effecting the agreement with Germany which he said was conceived in a spirit of regard for the best interests of England Some Little Objection However He blamed the government however for TTt having lirst secured an agreement vritt France in regard to her claims in Zan ar but it was difficult to comment on this occasion without causing embar rassment to the government which hede sired to avoid He thought it a matter of regret that the offices of prime minister and minister of foreign affairs should ever be combined in one person as tho two together required what was beyond the possibilities of the human brain un less the incumbent possessed the powers of a Napoleon or a Cromwell He would not vote against the bill Refused to Order Cloture After further debate Smith the govern ment leader moved cloture The speaker refused to order the debate closed on so important a question without allow ing the amplest discussion The speakers ruling was greatly applauded by the Lib erals The house then adjourned Mighty Tree With His Cash MUNICH July prince regent iias repeatedly refused to look upon the marriage of Count Pappenheim to Miss Wheeler of Philadelphia other than as an illegitimate alliance Therefore the count has ceded his hereditary rights to lis younger brother Louis though he has contracted to pay off the mortgages upon he family property now nnder public ad ministration by annually contributing 50JOOO marks from his wifes dowry ItAther RoiiirU on Salisbury LOXDOX July Chronicle says Mr Blaine proves abler in controversy than Lord Salisbury though he has the case to defend The representatives of England seem mere babies in Blames lands itt is obvious that Lord Salisbury at an early stosre lost his temper and in sulted Mr Blaine by declaring that he was conducting the negotiations in the in erests of a party and not of a country GUSHING GOV GORDON Bit Boycott Idea Gets Mighty Little Sympathy South MOBILE Ala July chamber of sommerce yesterday adopted a reply to i the Atlanta boycott proposition The ihamber declared that it had no sympathy I with the suggestion It opposes the force i bill but relies upon friendly political and i Mmmercial relations with the people of the north imd east to prevent its passage j and should it become a law the people of j Mobile will oley its provisions and appeal to the enlightuned sentiment of the coun try for its repeal No Boycott for Jloiitgomery MONTGOMERY Ala July alarge ly attended Quoting of the Montgomery Industrial and Commercial association yesterday resolutions were adopted pro testing against the force bill A resolu tion was also adopted stating that the as sociation is opposed to and will in no event lend its aid to any measure looking to a boycott of northern or western mar kets LARGE VARIETY Birmingham Business Men BIRMINGHAM Ala July Age Herald made a canvass of the business men of this city yesterday for expression of opinion on the Atlanta proposition to I boycott the north in the event of the pas sage of the federal election bill Only one man a real estate agent favored the idea All say it is foolish and many denounce it as wicked The feeling in Birmingham is one of indignation that such a movement should be proposed A Southern Protest ATLANTA Ga July public meet ing was held nt the chamber of commerce here Thursday at whvch resolutions pro testing against the passage of the federal election bill were passed The resolutions ignored the proposed boycott against northern tradesmen No Boycott at Savannah SAVAXNAH Ga July is no sentiment in this city so far as can be as certained in favor of the scheme indorsed by Governor Gordon to boycott the busi ness men of tlie north in the event of the passage of the force bill STATE CONVENTIONS The Minnesota and Nebraska Republic ans in the Field ST PAUL July state Repub lican convention met in this city yester day and after organizing took a recess to at which time upon reassembling the platform was ready and being read was adopted The document advocates protection to American industries and rec iprocity with South and Central America declares for a high license in dealing with the liquor question as giving the best re sults favors legislation that will prevent Anarchists from emigrating to this coun try and firmly opposes any federal legis lation that will restrict the competition of Canadian with domestic railways Merrimii llenominatetl The next business was the nomination of a state ticket For governor Knute Nelson was nnmed together with the pres ent but the latter had an overwhelming majority on the informal ballot and got the nomination The rest of the ticket is ns follows Lieutenant governor E 8 Ives of Nicollet secre tary of state P P Illown of Faribault auditor of state P J McGnire of Polki treasurer Joseph Bobleter of Brown at torney general Moses E Clapp of Otter Tail clerk of the supreme court Charles P Holcourt of Washington Nebraska llepublicans LINCOLN JSob July The state He publican convention began here Wednes day and held an allnight session finally adjourning at 10 a m yesterday The platform contains the usual indorsement of tho administration and approval of na tional legislation demands a service pen sion bill A resolution indorsing prohibi tion was tabled The ticket nominated was Governor L D Richards secretary of state J C Allen of Kcd Willow state auditor Thomas H Benton of Dodge treasurer Capt J E Hill of Gage attor ney geueral H H Hastings of Saline land commissioner George Humphrey of Ouster state superintendent A K Gawdy of Webster President Hnrrison in Cump MOUNT GKETNA Pa July day was presidential day at Camp Hart ranft and hundreds of visitors were here to greet the presidential party when it ar rived The trip from Washington City accomplished in four hours oclock the president and his party re viewed the 9000 troops including the United States army detachment The president Secretary Proctor and Gen Schofield were much pleased with the movements of the national guard and complimented them on their fine march ing The presidential party left here at last evening on their return trip to Washington City Villianous Incendiary Attempt NEW YORK July attempt was made Wednesday afternoon to burn down the Grand Union hotel corner of Forty third street and Fourth avenue by an in cendiary A bell boy discovered smote issuing from the airshaft on the second floor He found a bundle of rags which had been placed on the sill of the shaft afire The flames were extinguished with out alarm or damage The hotel con tains about 500 people and great loss of life would undoubtedly have resulted had the fire not been discovered OIK of the territorial jurisdictions which so T far as Russian rights are concerned are to Candahar It is 12600 feet confined to certain islands north of the long and will carry a donblo line of rails j fiftyfifth degree of latitude and have no It was built at enormous expense and in j existence on the continent of 1 the face of heavy obstacles I Thinks Blaine Is Petulant LONDON July Daily Telegraph regrets the asperity of Secretary Eldues one in the Behring sea negotiations England is strong enough to be calm and Courteous and is sufficiently fond of peace to disregard Mr Elaines petulance MADE AN INCENDIARY SPEECH But Will Make Future Remarks on the Other Shore NEW OELEANS July Times Democrtss Meridian Miss special says T M B Cook a Repub lican politician of Jasper county who was a candidate for congress on the Re publican ticket in this district at the elec tion two years ago was assassinated Wednesday afternoon near Monn Zion church in Jasper county He was a can didate for the constitutional convention and was reported to have made a very in cendiary speech dnringthedaywhich prob ably led to his death He was found late in the afternoon and had apparently lieen dead several hours having b6en hit by fifteen buckshot The particulars of bin daath mre not yet known Futility Another Pa July evening 111 express train en the West Pennsyl vania railroad struck a two horse team i LTtd driver at a crossing near Heirs sta j The driver and team were killed in I sruntly A gang of laborers who were constructing a sewer at the roadside be came so frightened at the accident that j they let go their hold on a large castiron i pipe The pipe fell into the ditch and upon two men killingone and fatally in Juring tlie other Strike of Gotham Street Cleaners NEW YORK July the drivers of run street cleaning department joined strikers yesterday morning and work ia I at a standstill About 200 met are out j who siy they will not return to work un j til they are given steady work and wages I Tiie department anticipates no trouble with the meu aud is rapidly supplying t heir piaces FLANNEL SHIRTS AND THE RELIABLE1 FLANNEL SACK COAT OTHER STYLES COATS LUELNBMAXN The Tailor SOS BROADWAY Between 5th and 6tn Sts HOME SENSATIONS Nice Domestic One from Stale Capital the AJf AGUE FEMALE LIFE OONVIOT She Scales tho Reformatory Walla and H Brief of Her with 011 11 Freight Hallway Val Mlseieiint Riiu Items INDIANAPOLIS July Indian apolis is iu a state of great excitement over the separation of S C Barnett a prominent c tizen and his wife caused by he discovery of the woman in company with Dr Williamsa physician Baruetthaa received anonymous letters about his wife for some time but he paid no attention to them until Wednesday when he found letter from Williams to Mrs Barnett arranging a meeting at the Union station Ele had his wife bring him to the city and they parted here he to attend a meeting and she to return home Burnett then went to the station and entered the din inghall from which he could see all that was going on in the Indies waitingroom Camping on Williimi Trail In a short time his wife entered the room and soon after Williams made his ippearance and the two entered into con rersation Barnett then walked into the room and knocked the doctor down with i blow behind the ear He was arrested but soon released and when last seen was heavily armed and was trying to find Williams Mrs Barnett did not return home but is stopping with relatives She denies that her relations with Williams were improper and says that she met Williams by accident She also denies that her husband found a letter from Williams to her ESCAPE OF A MURDERESS The Atrocious Crime for Which She Incarcerated INDIANAPOLIS July Mrs Mary Ann Brown a life prisoner in the state reforma tory escaped Wednesday Twelve years she was sentenced to hang for killing her husband one of the most atrocious murders in Indianas criminal history She nnd her paramour Joe Wach chopped Browns head off with an axe and carried the body and head to a railroad track there disposing it in such a way as to give the impression that he had been killed by i train Then Wach took his violin and the two murderers went to a ball They wero convicted but both oentences were commuted to life imprisonment Her JUtor Betrajra Her M ra Browu WKS working in the reform atory yard surrounded by a ninefoot fence She attempted to climb it but she could not reach the top Making a running high jump she caught the cap stone and swinging over dropped ou ibe other side She walked leisurely about the city for un hour or two nnd then made her way to her sisters house At the first opportunity her sister slipped out and telephoned the police giving them the first intimation they bad of the escape of the murderess She was recaptured without much trouble The Work ot a Masher CBAflTFORDSVILLK Fnd July 25 While the wife and two nieces of a promi nent citizen of New Albany were on a train for this city about two weeks ago a young man sat down in the seat with the younger of the girls aged 15 Believing her to be alone he began talking to her m an insulting manner The girl made no reply and when the man persisted she rushed from the seat fainting when she reached her aunt The scoundrel rushed from the car with several passengers in pursuit He jumped from the rear plat form rolled down the embankment and has not since been seen or heard of No body seems to know his name When the train arrived here the poor girl was al ready suffering from brain fever and it is nov feared that her mind will be perma nently affected Furious Fight with GOSHEV Ind July Wednesday night a vicious gang of tramps undertook to taie possession of the Lake Shore freight train Xo 48 at Ligonier A furi ous battle reunited between the trsin men and the tramps and in the melee one of the brakemen Frank Hook shot twice by a tramp and is not expect ed to Hive Conductor Bock wood was se vere j pounded about the head and breast Tlie gang was finally repulsed and Lake Shore sent after them but no trace of them has been found are to Deor inaianapoiis limestone of best quality Tim the commissioners have decided After im exhaustive dis cussion the commissioners con vinced tlirt the difference between the durability of granite nnd Indiana stone is notsuflicient to justify the great differ ence in cost in purchasing the granite It linns iii the Funilly CoLUMiirs Ind July most markable case of a line of deformity run ning through three generations has come to light here A physician was called to the bedside of an patient some miles of this city who was very ill Iu the room of the sick man were members of three generations Out of the twenty seven iu all nineteen have six welldevel oped toes on each toot nig Four Alton ISDIANAIOLIS July 25A meeting of directors ot the St Louis Alton aud Ilaute railroad was held Thursday at St Louis at which the formal transfer of the main of tliat road to the Big Four was made The board adopted resolutions favoring the transfer fora consideration of Fight at u llattle CvIvhraMon HociiPonT Jnd July At Buffalo twenty miles from liera where the Imtllo f Atlanta wat celebrated a gen sral fight occurred in which six men were seriously wounded and a great many oth ers crippled Bood was spilled equal to the original battle Amateur Killtom In Council INDIANAPOLIS July buuiness was transacted by the National Amateur Press association which convened here Thursday in annual session tie most of the day being consumed in advocating the claims of the rival candidates for the presidency The StrJkcnilifit very thine NEWYOUK July clonk opera tors strike is settled The manufacturers have agreed to everything demanded by the strikers THE MARKETS Chicago CHICAGO July U On tho boar1 of trade today quotation were as follows 2 August opened closrf September opened BOc closed December opened closed KfWc a May opeaed 43e closed Auifus opened 38c clotted SOHc September opeied 3PWN clowd July c September o ened opimsl Sic close i opnsd close 1 SllM August opened 1090 closed flllPo September open and closed LarlJuly openil clowd Live Rtock yarilfi Hags optinei fairly activu at p1 ices later mixed and heavy loU5c lower light Krales 385 roujfh parklnff mixtl lots J370 heavy pack Ing and phiiiplng Proluce creameries 154 p r Ih Hnest daries 113W packing stock 5SOc Strictly frcsli per heni KlglOVfc per St roo turn 5c turkeys mixed lots JaiOc spring ilucXs per doz Rose P pe bbl IM choice AOJ per obi Racine choice per JSqt aw B ack per 34ot case red perl qt case per 2int case York NEW YORK July 24 2 itA winter 9Tc cub do July 084c do Aafust BSHc do December 2 mixed cash do July 4oHc do August do September do October Oats No 2 mixed cash do Jnlf We do Autcust do September firm wcetern 6Tt We Cana dian 6Sc Barley Flrvn but quiet 75 IorkStealy and flrru LardSteady cash Lviftock no trad Ing in Ivflves beef steadynative sides V t Sheep aod lambe Mar j ftev DoCvns Heard Ironi i BOSTON July The Herald says that j counsel for the Rev W W Downs haa i brought suit in the supreme court j against Joseph Story and others to rej cover damages for an alleged conI i sptracy to convict Mr Downs of adultery A part of the evidence was shown to the porter and he rays that it is of a most j startling and sensational character and that none of it has published i The Calumet and Hecla mine owneM I i hATe conceded the demands of the j and work has been irsnmed Valuation of Rallicar IJTDIASAPOLIS July The state board of equalization has completed the aszesai ment of the railroad property of the state and increased the valuation ou which roads will be assessed about 135000001 Nearly two hundred mites of new road besrt added during the last year and Tias valued at 13500 per mile The Cin cinnati Indianapolis St Louis and Chi cago was raised per mile on si but the Ohio Indiana and Western diriiion The Lake Erie and Western and lhe Chi cago St Louis and Pitubnrg both raised per mile Will CM Indiana Kf OH f FU R C CREAM BAKING ISDIAX APOLIS July The which will approach thesoldiwrn Its superior excduenec proven ID millions of bomvc for more tlian a onmrterof a century It is used by the United StmtesGovernmeot Kn itoned by the bewls cf the rreat Cni It tiwStncgcM Iftmst lad roost KealUrTul lr Prices Bakirtv rpwdtr docs not contain Ammonia LbMor Alum SoMevlr Incus PRICK 1IAKDIG FOWDHtro Ktw York Cntcmiiro 8u PraMUCO St Louts   

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