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Logansport Pharos (Newspaper) - July 26, 1890, Logansport, Indiana LOGANSPORT DAILY PHAROS 16TH YEAE SATURDAY EVENING JULY 26 1890 NO 75 30HN Oorner ON BETWEEN SEASON GOODS c From now until the regular Fall Trade opens 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 gfve our customers Fresh Goods bought strictly for cash and sold at prices that will stand any test P Como and get Fresh Goods Will Curo Your I GEINTS Q 12thSt Drus Store FURNITURE PRICKS THE LOWEST None but the Best Workmanship Allowed to Leave our Salesroom HEflL EXTflTE tVir sale 13 on Broadway for sale 11 residences on Spear street For salu residences on Market street For sale residences oa NinthEleventh anil Eighteenth streets For sale residences on North street For sale resiliences oti Chippvwn and Miami streets for sale residences on Toledo street For sale lots in all parts of the city For sale cheap lots between Smencl George streets from to cadi Farms to trade for city property Lots wanted on High North Broad way and Market streets For particulars write or enquire of M M GORDON Pension and Kcal Estnte Agent Room No 3 Elliott Block Lognnsport Ind New Pension Law POP Al Soldiers Who are dependent upon their own dully labor for support For Soldiers and Sailors widows For Children under 10 yciirs of age For children permanently helpless and for dependent parents Apply ia persoti or by letter for infor nation bhinks ami instructions to jft BDRDDH Pension Agent Elliott Block Logansjoit In The Delightful AS TO FKEE SUGAK Secretary Blaine Writes a Let ter to Senator Frye AKaUMEHT POB EEOrPEOOITT SUMMER RESORTS OF Northern Michigan Reached by the Brand Rapids X Indiana Railroad THE TISHIXO T1SK MACKIXAC the reached therefrom iault ite Marie Maniucico Oheneaux IthiiKls etc PETOKKY AND HAY VIKW Harbor Spring Halxir Fomt XVequeton sinc Charlevoix etc located in Ihe immediate vicinity TRAVERSE neljrhbortnjr Resorts Omena OUI Mission Elk Kapids etv The nuinv iakes and streams afford tile finest The Brook Trout the celebrated I eraylinjf Black Bass mi other varieties or j srame flsb j The train service of the Grand Kapids and j Indiana Kailroad for the seasou of 1S1V will bo t complete in every particular Through sleeping will be run between Cincinnati Petoskey and Mackinaw Also be tween i hicajto anl 1etoskey and Mackinaw via the Central Kailroad and Kala mazoo Tourist tickets can be purchased to any of the above points at reduced rates For descriptive matter time cards and full nformation address C I LOCKWOOD Gfa Pass and Ticket Ajront Grand Rapids Mich Criticised for Defeating the Treaties with Spain mud Vigorous Plea for the Proposition That Free Sugar Shall Be Made The Give the Tariff lilll Con TW11 Ask for an In come Tax WASHINGTON CITY July Prye yesterday received the following let ter from Secretary Blaine in reply to his rreceut inquiries respecting the effect of reciprocity on the sugar trade with Cuba and Porto Rico You ask what assur ance I huve as to Spains willingness to anter into reciprocal arrangements of trade with the United States Your question surprises me for you can not have forgot ten that only six years ago the prime min later of Spain in Ids anxiety to secure free admission to our markets for the sugar of Cuba and Porto Rico agreed to a very extensive treaty of reciprocity wi th Mr John W Foster then our minister at Madrid It Somewhat Singular A year very admirable treaty of reciprocity was negotiated by General Grant and Mr William H Tres cot United States commissioners with the republic of treaty well con sidered in all its parts and all whose results would I believe have proved highly advantageous to both countries In view of the pending discussion It is a somewhat singular circumstance that both thego treaties of reciprocity failed to secure the approval of congress and failed for the express reason that both provided for the free admission of sugar Congress would not then allow a single pound of sugar to come in free of duty under any circumstances whatever nomarkable Change of View And now the proposition is to open our ports free to everybodys sugar and to do it with such rapidity that we are not to have a moments time to see If we cannot make a better trade by which we may pay for at least a part of tha sugar in the products of American farms and shops Our change of opinion has certainly been remarkable in so brief a period Indeed the only danger of our not securing ad vantageous treaties of reciprocity now is the possible belief on the part of thoie countries that we are so anxious for free sugar that by patient waiting they can se cure all they desire without money and without price He Didnt Spoiik Too Late Mr Blaine goes on to say in reply to suggestions that his reciprocity proposals came too that he talked with the ways and means committee Oct 10 last and tried to convince them that such a plan would be expedient but failed He controverts the proposition that the re ciprocity idea is opposed to protection and says it is just the other way because it would supply a market for our products and pay for our imported sugar by barter which I think is the highest form of pro tection The secretary closes as follows You have recently received congratula which I cordially carry Ing the shipping bill through the senate Do you not think that a lino of ships gen erously aided by the government will have ft better prospect of piout and for perman ence if we can give to them outward car foes from the United States and not con no them to inward cargoes from Latin America TALK GOES ON IN THE SENATE Plumb Notice He Doesnt the Bill too Much The senate took another turn at the tar iff bill yesterday and the tone of the de bate was not eucouraging for those who hope to see that measure disposed of with any degree of rapidity Vance said that tho bill might reduce revenue but would not reduce this taxes McPherson moved that the bill be recommitted with Instructions to report a bill to reduce the revenue and equalize duties so that the average rate of duty iihall not exceed tho war tariff of 18C4 He said that the aver age referred to was 8639 per cent Allison a Reduction Sherman criticising Mcphersons re mark about the avarnge of 3069 said that H was upon all goodu dutiable and un dutlablo and that only 10 or 15 per cent of imported goods was on the free list Under the pending bill 50 per cent was on the free list arid the other half on goods dutiable and undutiable would only be 17 or 18 per cent Allison asked if McPherson was willing to have the duty on earthen ware and glass ware reduced 15 per cent below the pending bill McPherson said he would be willing to have it reduced 10 per cent Allison snid that if the aanatoiL from New would movei the reduction he would be lound in sympathy with it Plnmb Apprehensive of Deficit Plumb expressed the belief that there might bo a deficit of fifty millions next year He thought that possibility had been overlooked in framing the bill He gavo notice that he would offer amend ments to the bill to increase the revemie from other sources He would never vote for a bill that he thought would be a cow srdly evasion ot the duty imposed upon the senate to provide adequate means to meet the expenses of the government He would propose a duty on Incomes he would propose an increased tax on alco holic liquors and he would propose amendments that would prevent the formation of trusts An Estimate on the Reduction Aldrlch expressed the opinion that Mc Pherson was not serious in his motion and remarked that if it were carried out into law the effect would be to increase tho revenue by over the amount that would be produced hy the pending bill In reply to a question of Gorman Aldrich said that if tho importations for the next fiscal year Trare the same amount as for the last fiscal year the revenue un der the pending bill would be reduced about 120000000 He could not give the figures as to expenditures PROCEEDINGS IN CONGRESS of the Transactions of tha Na tional GITT July sen ate began yesterday with hunting for a quorum and after some delay the sergeant atarms found one A memorial waa pre sented from Grand Army men expressing at the action of congress in allowing as a pension attorney fee under the dependent pension bill and say ing that Washington City agents were offering local attorneys half the fee in all cases secured Cockrell presented pro tests from Missouri against the enor mity of the proposed federal election bill A similar memorial also pre from Adrian Mich The bill was referred to the privileges and election committee The senate then proceeded with the tariff debate and McPherson moved that the bill be recommitted with instructions to report taxa tion Without action the senate nd journed The house spent the day debating the senate amendment to the sundry civil bill relating to irrigation lands but took no action At 5 p m recess was taken to 8 8 oclock at which time private pension bills were to have been considered but nothing was done That Lightning Counting Machine WASHDJOTOS CITY July elec trical machine used iu counting the cen sus returns ia not giving as satisfactory results as was expected It works rapidly and wonderfully and ig a great labor saver for the 1700 eleaks in tha census bureau But it is a curious matter of ex periment that the same machine will never count the same pile of returns with the same result Thursday under a chal lenge thirteen tests were made and tho only result at all accurate was a singlo footing in one district that was the samo as that reached by counting in the old way by the clerks The lottery Mast Go Perhaps WASHINGTON CITY July housei postoffioe committee has agreed upon a substitute bill in lieu of a number of pend ing bills adverse to lotteries and ordered it to be reported to the house The substi tute prohibits lottery circulars and tick ets lists of drawing money or drafts for purchase of lottery tickets or newspapers containing lottery advertisements or drawings Jrom belug carried in the mails or delivered by carriers Uoi from Salvador WASTIINGTOX CITT July official information has yet been received from the GuatemalaSalvador revolution at the department of state although ad vices are hourly expected Tha depart ment has instructed the United States minister at Salvador to forward promptly all information bearing upon the situa tion but nothing whatever has yet been received from him Theres to be Done CITT July sentative Hitt chairman of the house committee on foreign affairs thinks that the correspondence on the part of state department In the Bearing sen controversy very ably managed by Secretary Blaine and he does not hesitate to express hit admiration of Blatnes letters The oommittea on foreign affairs he said will hardly do anything in the matter without consultation with the state de partment As the matter stsnds at pres ant there is nothing to be done because tha correspondence is ttiil iu progress THEY WILL FIGHT Export and Import Statistics WASHINGTON CITY July dise exports from the United States dur ing last June aggregated in value 7Sfi against in June 1889 im ports were valued at During the past fiscal year exports aggregated in value while imports were valued at Approved by the President WASHINGTON CITT July pres ident has approved the act authorizing the Leavenworth and Platte Bridge com pany to substitute a pivot bridge over tho Missouri river in place of the pontoon bridge at BAYARD AND BEHR1NS SEA The exSecretary WSslies tills Country Well Out of a Serious DiflleHlty NEW YORK July special to the World from Wilmington Del says Ex Secretary Bayard was seen at his home by a World representative who asked him to review the published correspondence ol the department of state in the Behring sea controversy He declined to do so at this time for the reason that the published correspondence was of too fragmentary a character to form the a jnst criti cism Inm pleased said Bayard to see that the matter has reverted to the condition in which I left it on my retire ment from the state department Mr Blaine is entirely right when he says that Lord Salisbury accepted and agreed to the conditions proposed by the United States Declines to Muko a Criticism I am not disposed to criticise my own government iu a controversy with a for eign power even though I may hold opin ions differing from those of the adminis tration The fact that i was severely crit icized does does not furnish me with a rule of action in such matters In conclud ing the conversation the exsecretary said I heartily wish my countrymen well ont of the serious difficulty in which the mat ter is involved Mrs Stanley nee Miss Tennant Has a peculiar fad Her hobby ia parasols of which aha has a wonderful collection An Unexpected Appearance OMAHA Xeb July Charles Francis Adams of the Union Pa cific reached Omaha rather unexpectedly yesterday morning Various rumors were soon rife concerning further changes in officials along the line None are con firmed save that all master mechanics are to be removed This ia fulfilling the policy laid down by Mr Adams on his last visit A grievance committee of trainmen will meet him The Swiss Iont Lllce the Mormong LONDON July A dispatch from Geneva says that the federal council has about decided to expel the Mormons from the republic It has been urged to take this course for some time past Petitions in favor of the expulsion have been signed by tens of thousands of working people who can not tolerate the Mormon doctrine In several instances the Mormon mission aries have been subjected to personal vio lence Explosion oT Coal Gas LINCOLN Ills July 7 oclock yesterday morning a povrerful explosion of coal gas occurred in a room of tha Lin coln Coal and Mining company The ex plosion was caused by a miner Joseph Schober entering an abandoned room He was frightfully burned about the face and hands His recovery is doubtful No Rowing at Xuluth water was so rough yesterday that the rowingraces were postponed The feature of the days sport was a race between tugs five miles and re turn The Record was the winner going over tha course in and beating the Adams which made the time of Guatemala Officially Declares War Against Salvador WORRY FOR THE WORLDS FAIR The IlllDoU Stateunen Chancing tin Terms of the Legislation SPBINGFIKLD DL July senate yesterday advanced the bill providing for payment of members etc to third read ing The senate judiciary committee put SOMEBODY IS DODfOSOME LYItfG an amendment into the rreposed constitu tional amendment providing that the citi Botb Sides Claim To licking the i Chicago shall vote their willing Stuffing Out of Each OtherACas Which Called for Uncle Sams Interfer Troopi Ordered tc Invade Salvador Where the Entire Population It Full of Canal CITY OF MEXICO July againsti Salvador has been declared by Guate mala ana yesterday the minister of the atter country here was advised by his government of that fact The United States minister here has also received offi cial notice of tHs declaration of war and las transmitted the following dispatch received from Gen Mizner the United States minister to Guatemala to the de partment of state at Washington City Both countries are now under military control and all dispatches are subjected to censorship I have already demanded of this government that the rights and property of American citizens be respected and have had every assurance that Amer oans will be treated with every considera tion Clalmii of the Salvadorlans News from Santana San Salvadorsays 1 The Guatemalan government with the ntention of helping the traitor Villavi oencio ordered two of its best generals to nvade our territory with troops They were Japalapaaud Santa Rosa whcf enjoy the reputation of being very brave They were driven out of Salvadorian territory a two great battles Two bloody battles that followed on Guatemalan territory in which the Salvadorians were victorious caused great loss to the enemy who lost artillery guns and ammunition Sal vador has proved the justice of her cause ay force of arms and will not solicit nor accept a peace that is not honorable From the start we did not care to provoke war This is signed by Carlos Ezeto Another dispatch was as follows from San Salvador We have gained five glorious victories over Guatemala Our forces are now operating on Guatemalan territory Onr spoils of war are large This was signed by Aruaya director Sal vadorian telegraphs Guatemalans See It IMfferently At the Guatemalan legation the follow ing has been received Ezetas army having attacked the Guatemalan forces situated on the frontier were defeated by our army under the command of Gen Payetano Sanchez The enemy retired in the greatest disorder abandoning Guate malan territory which they had invaded Their losses were heavy and they left in the hands cf our ariny three cannons and all their equipments This was signed by Martinez Sabaral foreign minister Siezed an American Vessel The steamer Colicn of the Pacific Mail Steamship company has been seized by the Gautemalan government at San Jose de Gautemala because it had arms on board destined for Salvadorean ports Now it is learned that the steamship com pany informed the Unitod States govern ment of the seizure and that govern ment immediately telegraphed the United States minister in Gautemala denying the right of the government to interfere with the vessel and demanded the surrender of the steamer and her cargo The Pacific Mail company has made a demand for full indemnity and it is ledVned that Guate mala has granted the company a subsidy presumably as a sop to Cerberus Trwops Ordered to Advance Guatemala has ordered her troops now on the frontier some 6000 to immediately into Salvador and march on toward San Salvador In the meantime the Gua temalan troops at other points will be drawn in as rapidly as possible and sent on to reenforce the invaders No word of communication has been received here from Salvador and what is going on there is not knowa Jt ia believed however that the entire population will rally to General Ezetas standard and make a com mon defense of their country A neutral attitude will be maintained by the Mexican government for the pres ent Effect on Nicaragua Canal Back of this whole question there is one of great importance to Americans naturally the outlook for the Nicaragua canal and the effect upon that enterprise resulting from war It is the generally accepted belief in Central America and a thoroughly well founded one too that if Guatemala succeeds in overcoming San Salvador and also Nicaragua she will load down the waterway with so many conces sions as to make its completion impractic able if not imposible The many Ameri cans who are down there are to a man in terested in the defeat of Guatemala for this reason Honduras Ready for Trouble NEW YORK July Herald has the following from Tegueigalpa Hondu ras dated June 30 All this country is greatly excited Every village snd town has all its troops In readiness and revolu tion is expected at any moment and the revolutionists are they say organizing themselves in Nicarauga I hear that Sal vador and Gantemala will soon be at war and that Nicaraugua is to help Salvador while Honduras is to prevent the Nioar auguans from doing so by not allowing them to pass through her country Roadhoose Arraigned VAX WEBT O July prelimin ary hearing of Fireman Roadhouse was held here yesterday afternoon The court room was crowded Roadhouse pleaded not guilty of murder after which his counsel stated that they waived an examination Roadhouse was then bound over to the grand jury which meets in October Roadhonse will be taken either to Lima or Celina jail owing to the poorly con structed jail here Consumed bj Fire WASHINGTON CITY July disas trous fire broke out early Friday morning which completely gutted the carriage manufactory of William Walters Son The loss is MO 000 little or no Insurance Fire at Hraasville EVASSTIIXB Ind July Footers box factory this city was de stroyed by fire Friday fire spread to the lumber yards Total lews KSCOO in surauct subscribe to the Worlds fair the vote to be taken at the November election Another amendment strikes out the grant of the right of eminent domain to the Worlds fair directors The house spent an hour pay inf to the memory of the late exSenator L D Whiting and adopting appropriate j resolutions The speaker announced sun dry committee appointments Paddock of Kanknkee introduced a resolution de claring it the sense of the house that the Worlds fair should be held oa one site An attempt to table the resolution was defeated by the country members and it was finally made the special order for Tuesday next The resolution calling on the Worlds fair directors to state exactly what part of the fair will be placed on the respective sites was reported favorably and adopted The session appropriation bill was reported and sent to third read ing A resolution requiring the Worlds fair committees to report not later than Tuesday next was adopted and the house adjourned to Monday LARGE VARIETY Dropped Dead on an Oating MlXNEAPOLis Minn July Liv ingston special to The Tribune says Gay H Pelton of New York who was making a tour of the Yellowstone park dropped dead while ascending St Marys moun tain Mr Pelton was for two consecutive terms a congressman from New York The remains were shipped east The Helipolarcders Are Not Chumps LOSDOS July agents from Berlin are nocking into Heligoland and real estate speculation on the little island a rampant The natives have their prices ten shillings per square foot since the cession Horrible Method of Suicide MnfNEApoi13 Minn July 38 Win nipeg special to The Tribune says While temporarily insane yesterday Mrs Lang ford widow of an Indian missionary poured coal oil over her clothes and then ignited it She will die PRECOCIOUS CRIMINALITY Children in a Plot to Poison a Dissolute Woman BCTFALO N Y July Wade who keeps a boarding house on East Mar ket street Mary Sylvia aged 16 years and her brother John aged 14 were ar rested Thursday night charged with at tempting to poison Annie Silks a dissolute woman who lived with the childrens father The boy confessed and said that Mrs Wade gave Mary money to get ox alic acid laudanum and whisky She then mixrtd the poison and gave it to Mary to give to the Silks woman Mary went home for the purpose on two occasions but did not have nerve enough The Boy Possesses the Nerve Then Mrs Wade prompted the boy to administer the poison He and a com panion named Johnnie Hayes took the poison to the house and Hayes gave it to the Silks woman The woman became very sick but recovered The girl Mary also made a statement corroborating that of her brother Mrs Wade denies the sto ries told by the children and says that the girl had told her that she intended to poison the Silks woman and that she had advised her to be careful Mrs Wade alleges that Mary tried to poison ber so aa to get possession of her boarding house ABBREVIATED TELEGRAMS Typhoid fever is prevalent at Salem Ills The Lehigh Valley Pa coal company hns put its 8000 miners on full time Russia has increased the tariff duties on starch glassware wax and codliver oil Andrew Carnegie has offered to give 850000 to build a free library at Ayr Scot land Three thousand acres of grain was de stroyed by a storm in the neighborhood of Sydney N D Nathaniel B Locke father of the late D R Locke Petroleum V died at Toledo O Friday aged 97 years During the year ended June 30 last immigrants arrived in this coun try against 438619 during the previous your There were 3595 prisoners sent to the Cook county Ills jail during the year ended April 1 1890 most of then for theft A poisonous insect is giving trouble to cattle iu the vicinity of Ktokuk Ia It gets into their eyes and they go blind sometimes dying Mayor Goorge W Pratt of Oshkosh Wiafc lias formally withdrawn from the race for the Democratic nomination for governor of that state C H Volkert of Dubuque superinten dant of the Globe Light and Heat pany is missing and so is about of the companys money A cose of genuine Asiatic cholera is re ported in Paris but was not announced until the patient was recovering There is much alarm in the French capital At the investigation into the Sea Wing disaster in progress nt St Paul it WHS shown Friday that the boat had 308 per BOTS on board at the time of the disaster It is stated tha the cemms enumerators liave entirely missedthe tomi of Wayne Pu about fourteen miles from Philadel phia on the Penusylvauia railway main line Sejmour Kisch an Englishmin who has lived in Cbicnfo two or three yenrs is niLsing and is reported to owe in borrowed money for which the lenders have no security Almost the entire wheat crop of France is said to have been ruined by incessant rains The losses are estimated at 500 000000 francs The price of bread is ru ing in Paris in consequence Ezra H Heywood editor of The Apcs tie of Free Love was sentenced Thursday at Now York to two years hard labor tot his paper through the mails said paper lit adjudged to be obscene litera ture George Man an Syearold boy was flying his kite from the roof of a hoi in Xew York Thursday when he stepped into fie open airshaft aad fell five stories tj uie bottom being to a pu p Pkrre aud his wife and Jean Gaulhier their barkeeper have been dieted for murder at Quebec for causing the fire bir which five members of the Ma rmida family lost their lives Wednesday Juy 1A Kev H E Ccoke a Methodist clergy man of Woonsocket R I is defendant in a suit fnr libel brought by Professor R J Chute a dancing master who was charged in a newspaper controvery in wbicli Mr Ccoke engaged regarding dancing with having left Woonsocket under a financial and moral cloud FLANNEL SHIRTS AND THE FLANNEL SACK COAT COATS OTHER STYLES BACK IN THE PEN narg arrested auderton ana re turned for trial The DetroU DETROIT Mich July closed a most successful meeting of the Detroit Driving club The unfinished Great Expectation stake was completed and vron by Margaret S the best time of the postponed heats being made by Aller in the last heat Margaret Ixiat Allcrton nearly a qoarter of a mile The freeforall ThurwlaT won by Adonis he taking all three heats best time trot was won by Alvin best time fc26 The freeforall trot wua taken by Palo Alto best time and the pace by Cricket best time uornes iTemated BEOCKTOX Mass July Thurs day night destroyed a nest of small wooden buildings used as stables penter blacksmith and paint shops la Old Colony square Twelve horses wern burned to death The total low iatO 000 The fire was nndoubUdly the work of aii incendiary A Paroled Convict Who Would Get Drunk DID CaOOKPD mSTJBAKOE WOHK An Iiul Insurance Agent of a Maiden Who IVeddrd Too Aged Ijiiffriiteful CuriMviliiesB Hoovers Un pleasnnt Experience No Aceouuting for a Notes JEFFIRSONVILLK Ind July Fessler a convict in the Indiana state pri son south was paroled by Governor Hovey last month Friday morning he was again back in the cell he hail left He was originally sent up from Morgan county Indiana foi lurccny Governor Hovey thought him a fit object for executive clemency and paroled him upon tho con dition that he should not drink at all Went on a Gigantic Jag Fesslar was out just thirty days and re gardless of the condition OD which hla freedom was based he did his best to bury all the liquor iu Indiana in his anatomy He was drurtk twentynine days out of the thirty days The sheriff of Morgan county grew tired vaiting for Fesytertoget sober and concluded to take him buck to the pen Feswlcr therefore stands in the peculiar attitude of a man who was sent to the penitentiary for getting drunk GRAVEYARD INSURANCE An Agent AVho Charged with Some Crooked Work INDIANAPOLIS July Life In surance Company of Virginia is investi gating some crookedwork of Sumner Car BOD its agent at this place Carson it appears conceived tho idea of carrying on graveyard insurance and secured policies on Mrs Warrenburg and Daniel Sullivan representing that he was a cousin of thf woman and securing a saloonkeeper to represent Sullivan Mrs Warrenburg died and the insurance was paid but i when Sullivan died within a week after the policy was issued the insurance com pany became suspicious and sent its agent here to investigate Carnou has fled and an examination of his books shows that a great deal of fraud has been practiced She Was Oirer Young to llarrr GAKRETT Ind July Yonng pretty girl with long black hair who had just passed her 15th birthday anniversary is crying her eyas out inher room at Lei fathers home while Fred Butler a young clothing merchant is languishing in the city jail Fred induced the damsel to go to Adrian Mich with him and theie they were married On their return the girls father took a hand in the game and as a result the Romeo will have to an swer to the chargu of abduction and swearing faUely to Ediths age Arrested on Charge of Murder BLOOMINGTOS Ind July tor Charles Arnold of Lafayette conduc tor of a freight train on the Louisville New Albany and Chicago railway was ar rested here Friday charged with murder The charge is that some days since dur ing a quarrel with Brakeman William Helbert Arnold knocked him from the train causing his death The explana tion given at the time of Hclberts death was that he had become insane and jumped from the train being instantly killed Will Exhibit Their JFreak WlKAMAC Ind July lat est freak which ia in many respects the rival of the lately deceased Jones twins was exhibited during Thursday to the cit izens of this place a hall having been rented for the purpose The Hatftalds al though at first they made every endeavor to keep the childs birth a secret are now engaged in putting their autographs to photographs of the babe and if it lives will exhibit in it the principal cities of the United States An Infanioua Old Age TM HU JETTEBSONVILLE Ind July Cohn just released from a two years sen tence for horse stealing was rearrested Friflay morning by Sheriff Donovan on two additional charges Cohn in 70 years old and followed his nefarious business tinder the guise of tin peddling robbing the people who kept him over night by the aid of confederates He stole and shipped to Cincinnati many horseu from this district before being caught Boover Blackmail IiiPoBTE Ind July tie merchant whose escapade with the wife of George Adams and thrashing by injured husband has been made public has pat in an appearance at his place of business He had a black eye and a piece of one ear was missing and while not de nying being with the woman claims that he has been the victim of attempted black mail by Mr and Mrs Adams She SUpped With a Timmp COLUMBCS IndL July the 16 yearold daughter of Michael Unger i the wealthiest and most influential marble dealer in southern Indiana has eloped with Charley Suns a young man who has i tramped this country over the Uait two yeari The two were ontx wchoolmates and lovers The parents crazed with grief A detective has been sent after the pair Mr Swan He Stole j PEE0 Ind July bat D T Swan and wife left town suddeiily taking with them sixtyfour from i a library in the Murphy League rooms toj gethsr with a quantity of valuable arti 1 from tlieir hoarding BOOM Hootlor The New Albany and Portland Ferry companys property hac bean formally transferred to the owners of tho Kentucky and Indiana bridge The price was ISO000 John Gaw of Kingsbury was killed while crossing a creek with a traction engine by the bridge giving way and pre cipitating the machine upon him at bottom of the creek Governor Hovey in a letter stateathak his duties to the of Indiana will not allow him to be a candidate for office of commanderiuchiaf of the Grani Army of the Republic Emaiiuel Left engineer of the mallta iron works of Marion Mrho was scalded a few days ago died oj his inju ries Solon Young agod 75 one of t wealthiest men iu Jeffersonvflie diodsud denly Thursday night MARSOX July 2oJohn Gibbons an insane took possession of smoking car on a Northwosteru train vritll a revolver mid knife iiaJ by threatening the lives of the soon had tbf car all to himself fu officer arrestM him when the train reached this city Killed nt n CrnMlug CLINTON 1118 uly Scott nil i sou while hr Minos Cen tral tracks Thprslay niu K niok by a train At1 ITOott iy killed and the boy Mally injuivi The We Stay WASHINGTON CITY July 2flllu folloi lnt are the lndlcatons for S p m yffitorday For Illinitis an I weather preceded noar likr MifMtfui by snj ers westerly winds wiiMior hnr Filr weather in Mitcrn by s ith1 svrlv wanner For Upper Midi nriir wMthor prvveded in casters p ri t by hw is noutliwcsterly wlndf ior V n weather prtK coF d in cetitriu portionby tOnnvoni sotitt winds wjmiHr Lor it r w uUur wintls THE MARKETS Chcagn CHICAGO July Zi On tho bourd of traIi today quotations HS followH 2 AutftttlL opciic1 olosvl September leruniber opened closed 4Hc 2 August Sijlic iloswl September lOo eUxsel liilic May oiued July opfiiad and doted September oiened doled ftOHo Itajr otHnot close I lust I August and closed JllOO September opened closed opeael closed Live slock yards Harm opened active and strong all In toroitB buying pi 5c higher light gadet ruugu packing t3WiiT9 mlfcA low taTtoa9l heavy lacking and lota tSSOSa9a CattleMarket stfedr and prime to extra beeveii good IX choice ttO poor to fair Tw aos steady 20 cows and bulls a firmer active a4 stong tor mutton lambs natjvts good ti choice common to mediuia western HOfalM Tcxaas fcsmjk 475 lambs Produce creameriec UVJ J MX va t flneit paoaiait stock EtrgsStHctljr fresh per dox hens IdSlOHJo per t roouers 5c turkeys mixed lot spring ducks BMM pur dox ROM per bbL to cfi saOOa4Qi per oft Wnjt red Mqt caM box 16qt BUokbsr IU1 7tta3tfas per Mew Krw YOBK July K S red winter cash do July WHiodo August ttHf do Deoembir 2 mixed cash lu July do Aucust 4TMs 414c OatsOptions steady No t tnlxtO cash do July Me 3te do September 3Ufc sc tlre in boat loads 5g J Me Cana dian demand steady meis pt12 Btptemosf October Lire stock CUlMarket dull at a de cline of We V 100 to steers V IdD tt Telaos WW bulls luid dry cows liarket dull at previous 100 latabs Vt hdull H CREAM BAKING ItatnneriorexeelMnMpniraotn mllUouof homes for more t ban a quarter a century H is used by the United atatesOoTcmsseat KB doned bf the of the neat and mos It the Strooeest Purest ice OMUM most Dr Price OMUM BaUnc Pewdsr not contain Ammonia Alum KoMeolj In BAIflSa TOWDMOO Hew York 8aa Fnncsstn St Louta
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