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   Logansport Pharos (Newspaper) - July 31, 1890, Logansport, Indiana                                LOGANSPOKT DAILY PHAROS 16TH YEAE THURSDAY ETENTNG JULY 31 1890 NO 79 30HN ON BETWEEN SEASON GOODS 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 give our customers Fresh Goods bought strictly for cash and sold at prices that will stand any test P Como and get Fresh Goods Will Cure Your Htaciache S OBNTS Q 12thSt Drue Store FURNITURE PRICES THE LOWEST Our Designs areNew None but Itm Best Workmanship Allowed to Leave our Salesroom BEflL ESTATE 12 residuiicea ou Broadway For Bale II residences on Spear street For aalo 3 residences on Market street For sale residences on Ninth Eleventh and Eighteenth slrets For sale residences on North street For aalc residences ou Chippewa and Miami streets For sale resideaces on Toledo street For sale lota in all parts of the city For sale cheap lots between Smead send George streets from to Fttnns 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 nod Heal Estate Agent Room No 3 Elliott Block Loganaport Ind New Pension Law FOP All Soldiers Who are dependent upon their own labor for support For Soldiers and Sailors widows For Children under 1C yenrs of age For children permanently helpless nUd for dependent parents Apply in person or by letter for infer itation blanks and instructions to GORDON Pension Agent Elliott Block Lognnsrort In TILLMAN ON TOP Politics as She Is Run in South Carolina CANDIDATE WITH A BODYGUAED Men Wearing Red Shirts and Heavily Armed Look After the Safety of tho Alliance Candidate for Governor Having It All Their Own Way Prohibitionists and Tennessee Republicans Get into Line for the Fight COLUMBIA S C July last meeting of importance in the campaign was held at Orangeburg Tuesday This town In the home of Judge Izler one ol the state senators charged by Capt Till mftn with having perjured themselves and it was feared there would be a row Great precautions were taken to prevent trouble The executive committee re quested that no visitors come from out side the county and that no organized bodies como to the meeting Izlera were prevailed upon to remain away from the meeting There wero 8000 present Tillman having a large ma jority A RedShlrted BottyGuard A remarkable feature of the meeting wjw Capt Tollmans body guard It con stated of twentyfive men wearing red shirts and conspicuously armed to the teeth Tillman spoke without interrup tion In charging perjury against those senators who did not vote for a census by which reapportionmont of representation could be secured Capt Tlllman did not mention Judge Iislers name as he has done at all other meetings Ills speech wag unusually temperate An Interrupter denounced While Gen Earle was speaking the crowd seamed to be rowdy and the general waa frequently interrupted One of the Tillman mon in the crowd told Gen Earle that he was corrupt Earte denounced him as a liar and for a time there was considerable excitement Earle was very aggressive in the face of an overwhelming majority against him It is now gener ally conceded that Tillman will have a majority in the August convention OTHER POLITICAL NEWS Pro WORLDS FAIR LEGISLATION Tho SUMMER RESORTS OF Northern Michigan Heached by toe Grand Rapids Indiana Railroad SQ 1TXE MACKINAC And the many Resorts reaehtM therefrom Sault SKO Marie Maniuvitc Les chcueanx Islands etc PETOSKSY AND HAY Httrbor Springs Habor Point Wequeton sinjr Charlcvoix etc located in theimruetimte vicinitv TRAVERSE Anil Resorts Omena Old Mission Klk Hspids etc The manv lakes and streams afford the finest The Ilrook Trout the celebrated g Black and other iarieties of The train servtoe of the Grand Kapids and Railroad for the season of ISO will be in every particular Through will be run between Cincinnati Petoskejr and Mackinaw Also be tween t hiow Petoskey ami Mackinaw via the Michigan Coitral Railroad and Kala mazoo Tourist tickets can be purchased to any or above points at reduced rates For descriptive matter time cards and f u II formation address c r LOCKWOOD Gen Pass and Ticket Agent Grand Rapida atlch Ticket Xoiniuuted by tlio Michigan Platform LANSIXO Mich July state Pro hibition convention here yesterday nomi nated the following ticket Governor Azo rah S Partridge grand president of the Patrons of Husbandry lieutenant govern or Henry J Allen master workman Michigan K of L secretary of state E S Parmenter auditor general Maj Ives state treasurer Anson P Coddington land office commissioner Carlbon Peck attorney general James D Adsit super intendent public instruction Professor Howell member state board of education Professor Colt supremo judge Noah W Cheever A Platform The platform adopted is broad enough for all the antimonopoly elements in vhe It demands prohibition of the liquor traffic the establishmenb of postal savings banks a reduction of the tariff a per diemservice pension law government control of railroads and telegraph lines the Australian ballot system equtAl suf frage the prohibition of speculation in margins and the formation of trusts and combines and urges legislation that will insure to the laborer a just return for his labor The Prohibitionists are confident that their ticket and platform will draw nearly as heavily upon the Patrons of In dustry vote as though the combine planned had been adhered to at the Patrons con ference Nebraska Independent Party LINCOLN Neb July Independ ent state convention did not get through Its work until 4 a m yesterday having been up all night The full ticket is as follows Govarnor J H Powers lieuten ant governor W H Deck secretary of state M C Mayberry treasurer J V Wolfe auditor John Beatty attorney general George W Edgerton commis sioner of public lands and buildings W F Wright superintendent of public in struction Professor D Almond The district delegates unanimously nom inated exSenator Van Wyck for congress Prohibition Killed the Paper OMAHA Neb July troubles of the Omaha Republican have culminated Last night the editorial and mechanical force refused to go to work unSess paid Maj WHcox tho proprietor acknowledged his inability to pay and the paper stopped The office is badly involved its floating debt amounting to about 130000 Of this isiduo for labor The papersrecent flop toiwpport prohibition lost it all re munerative support Republicans of Tennessee NASHVILLE Tenn July Repub licans of the state held their state conven tion here yesterday Lewis F Baxter was nominated for governor by acclamation The platform indorses the administration of Harrison the effort of Republican con gressmen to enact a protective tariff law and the federal election bill congratulate the country on the wise solution of the silver question and denounces trusts Indorsed Both Vunco and the Alliance CHARLOTTE N a July Dem ocratic congressional convention of the Sixth district indorsed the nomination of Capt Sydneyham Aldxander the Farm ers Alliance candidate Resolutions were adopted indorsing Senator Vance In the Third district the Alliance candidate B R Grady was indoreed by the Demo crats Tho Alliance jttaiit There ATLAXTA Ga July the Seventh Georgia congressional district Judson C Clements has withdrawn fro m the race for the Democratic nomination for con gressman This practically insures the of Col Everett tha Farmers Al liance candidate North Dakotu Republicans MINNEAPOLIS Minn July Grand Porks N D special says The North Da kota Republican convention nominated Capt Burke for governor Roger Allen for lieutenant governor and AI N Johnson for conijress Another Alliance Man Chosen ATLANTA Ga July L Moses an Alliance man was yoaterday nomin ated for congress by the Fourth district Democratic convention mendment Resolution and Enabling Bill Nearly Completed Ills July resterday passed the bill appropriating tor the expenses of the extra session Thv fair bill was then taken up and passed with only one dissenting The bill was not altered from the form n which it was advanced to second read ing Tuesday When the Joint constitu tional amendment resolution was returned From the house the amendment releasing he state from any obligation as to the air funds was rejected while that giving the bonds thirty years to run was agreed o The senate then adjourned The house took up the constitutional amendment resolution and a long debate ensued on an amendment providing that he city of Chicago shall be repaid her subscription to the fair before any other debts are settled whoa the business is closed up The proposition was defeated by a large majority The resolution was amended so as to require the payment of the bonds issued on subscription in thirty years The resolution as amended was then adopted with but two dissenting votes The fair bill was then tackled the one passed by the senate and it was re ferred to the judiciary committee after which the house adjourned for the day BIG BLAZE AT CHICAGO Forty Acres of Lumber Yards BnrnedOver OOOOO CHICAGO July supposed to have originated from a spark from a loco motive started about 7 oclock p m yes terday in the lumber yards just north of the mouth of the Chicago river Fanned by a strong breeze ittspread rapidly burn ing over nearly forty acres before It was subdued The total loss will exceed 000 Ayres Cos lumber yards and the Fitzsimmons McConly Dredging com pany are among the heaviest losers The fire destroyed nearly worth of freight Cttis belonging to the Northwest ern Railroad company badly burned sev eral hundred feet of docks scorched and damaged several vessels laying in the lighthouse slip and badly damaged the lighthouse The Bane Ball CHICAGO July recorded by the expert combinations yesterday were as follows League At burg 5 New York 14 and Decker Rusieand Buckley At Cin 0 Boston 3 batteries and Harrington Clarkson and Bennett At Cleveland Cleveland 5 Brooklynlo and Zimmer Terry and Clark At Chicago 8 Philadelphia 9 Hutchinson and Kittridge Gleason and Clements Brotherhood At 5 Philadelphia 12 Haddock and Mack Knell and Hallman At game Pittsburg 3 New York 10 and Fields Keefe and Ewing second game Pitts burg 0 New York 12 and Fields Crain and Ewing At Cleve 2 Boston 4 OBrien and Sutcliffe Radbourne and Swett At 5 Brooklyn 6 and Farrell Weyhing and Kinslow Wesitern At Kansas Moines 10 Kansas City 14 at SJoux Paul 8 Sioux City 2 at 14 Denver 5 at 4 Oma ha S In Favor of tady Dnnlo LOSDON July jury in the Dunlo divorce case returned a verdict in favor of Duulo The court ordered that Viscount Dunlo pay all the costs of the action A vast crowd cheered Lady Dunlo as sho emerged from the court room Lady Dunlo was a variety actress when she was married to the viscount who is the son of Lord Clancarty and when Dunlo fell in love with her she was the mistress of another man A relapse into her old way of enjoying herself was alleged as a reason for divorce but the ev idence was very weak Secretary Tracy Pleased NEW LONDON Conn July day morning Secretary Tracy went up to the naval station on the torpedo boat Cushing He was received by Capt Bunce and shown over the station The secretary expressed much satisfaction with the location and natural advantages of tha position He visited the fresh water basin at the north of the station and was favorably impressed with it Ieath of Gen Pratt NORTH WEYMOUTII Mass July Geu Benjamin F Pratt died at the hqs pital at Worcester Tuesday aged H6 During the war he enlisted as captain of compauy H Thirtyfifth regiment Massa chusetts infantry He served one term each in the Massachusetts house and senate Stanley Recovering His Health LONDON July Parke who has been in attendance upon Stanley since the explorers recent attack of illness has re turned to London and reports that his services are no longer required and that Stanley is making splendid progress to wards comp lete recovery Help Wanted for Cyclone Sufferers LAWRENCE Mass July relief committee has decided to issue a call for outside assistance for the cyclone suffer ers and telegram was sent to the may ors of Boston Lowell Worcester Haver hill Lynn and Manchester N H ask ing for financial aid Hlph Water In Austria VIENNA July surrounding country has been inundated by the Salz ache river which has overflowed its Many houses along the line of the river have been swept away and the occuptxnts drowned The railway station at Bisch ofshofon is flooded Deuonnced Em Both AUGUSTA Ga July the Augusta ex change representing the ness interests of Augusta adopted resolu tions denouncing both the Ixnige bill and tae proposed boycott Preferred Suicide to Ratoies SCSOIIT Pa July Jennie Hartman who was bitten by a pet dog ten days ago shot herself dead Tuesday Fear of hydrophobia unsettled hir mind CAPTAIN EASSETT The Old Senate Functionary Too Late for Once HE MISSES AH AKOIEin1 PBIVILEGE Vice President Morton One at the Interesting of the rell Makes the House of Lords Lnllgh the Tariff a Tux on Home Products Fan Must Stand a Commlttea Appointed to Gen Ranm WASHISGTOXCITT July Presi dent Morton baring spent a day or two in Washington will return to Rainecliff o complete his vacation At laast one man In Washington City will oe glad to ee him go Thin U old Capt Bassett the picturesque doorkeeper of the senate Mr klorton unintentionally put an indignity upon the old gertleman yesterday mom ng For the past Efty years or so Mr Bassett has been the official announcer so to speak of messages from the president and the house of representatives Capt Baasett In Action The manner in whicli he introduces the earer9 of messages is one of the interest ng featurss of the days performance in the senate Whenever Private Secra tary Prnden or Clerk McPherson appears n the doorway the old man rushes to his side bows his white head to the vice pres ident grows redder than a lohster in the ace and in a voice that sounds as if it came from the basement calls the atten tion of the senate to the fact that a mes sage from the president has been sent in Mortem Ahead of Him Mr Bassett allows nothing to interfere with his daily performances He keeps an eagle eye on the doorway and eats his unch in a corner behind a screen so that 36 can not foe canght unprepared Mr Morton cansed the old mans downfall resterday morning nmch to his chagrin VIr Bassett was standing at the vice pres idents desk when the clerk of the house appeared with a messace Failing to no dee the old mans desperate struggles to rush up the aisle Mr Morton announced llerk McPherson and the message was delivered befoie Mr Bassett could make lis bow It is probablei however that he will swallow his mortification and restrain ais inclination to resign in order to get even ivifch Mr Morton Dltule tlie Semite Laugh It is very rarely that the dignified sena tors are made to laugh but there was one of those rare occasions yesterday Cock rell had been giving some figures as to comparative work done by the senate and house and showing that the senate was away ahead in the matter He gave the credit to the Democrats who he said had been models of forbearance and con servatism and yet he continued Demo crats were criticised the moment they wanted a little explanation and a little light on the tariff bill If there was a Democratic majority in the senate and had it made an attempt to pass the bills or the admission of New Mexico and Ariaona senator from Maine Frye would have pranced up and down the cen ter aisle and the senator from Vermont Edmunds would have raised his voice They would nave like taged lions and screamed like chained hyenas laugh ter against the action of the Democratic majority Why he asked had not the house disposed of iiiDre bills than it had disposed of The reitsrm was that it ig nored in its organisation and changed rules the fundamental principles of par liamentary discussion THE NATIONAL LEGISLATURE that South America as a whole was an agricultural country raising cattle sheep and horses and farm products not sufficient for their own usebatfor ex portation To carry any of those there in the vain hope of finding a m ket would be like carrying coals to New castle Indians In the Public ftehools WASHISGTOS CITT July 31 Indian Commissioner Morgan has notified the school authorities in the different statee j where Indiana are living the governj ment iirill pay for the tuition of Indian j children admitted to the public schools As the Indians are not citizens they can not avail themselves of the advantage of the public schools The Indian bureau offers to pay tlO a quarter for each Indian attending the public schools The Compoand Bill WASHINGTON CITV July house committee on agriculture reported to the house yesterday with that it pass a substitute for the house bill denning lard and imposing u taj upon and the manufacture and sale importation and exportation of com pound lard The committee in their re port state that their new bill is substan tially the same as the old one and resub mit their report made on it The Original Package Bill WASHINGTON CITT July con ferrees on the original package bill yes terday agreed upon a report By a vote of 5 to 1 they agreed to recommend that the house recede from its amendment and agree to the senate bllL The member of he conference who voted against this roposition waa Gates of Alabama There rill be a hot flght over the report in the ouse and the bill may be sent into con erence again The President Off lor the Sea Shore WASHINGTON CITY July presi dent left the city yesterday afternoon on he p m train en route to Cape May Point THE DEAD ARE FOURTEEN Yield of the Cornatock Lode YlROlMA July state in ents of the superintendent filed with oouuty assessor show that the total ore yield of the Comstock lode mines during the q uarter ended June 3D aggro gated tons yielding 11300013 in bullion A Xew President for Amherst SPRISOFIELD Mass July Merrill Edward Gates president of Rntgerj col lege was chosen president of Amherst college yesterday to succeed Julins H Seelye resigned All Quiet at BnenoA Rio BE JANEIKO July from Buenos Ayres are that quiet is restored The leaders of the insurrection have ac cepted the terms offered by the govern ors nt ieveii more Bodies of the LouiseVirginia Collision Viet fuifl Recovered BALTIMORE July yesterday a crowd of busy searchers with grappling rons and hooks were fishing the waters In the viciuity of Monday nights disas ter on tho river or bodies of victims Sev en bodies were recovered They were Har ry Kopp Lena Beetz Lillie Griggs Annie iiutli Mrs Sophia Faber Mrs Lizzie renzer and Willie Beigal The bodies were in a badly decomposed condition nd presented a sickening appearance Che flesh of the faces and other parts of hu bodies was eaten away by crabn fhey were recognized mainly by their clothes and jewelry Two Additional JCxpected It now seems that the total number of ersous who lost Lheir lives by this disaa er is fourteen In addition to these known or supposed to have been drowned and illed it is probable that death will aoon claim two other victims who are now ly ng at the point of death all hope having een abandoned These will swell the list of fatalities to sixteen Summary of tlic Transactions of tUe Two HOUHGS of Congresil WASHINGTON CITY July the sen ate yesterday the resolution to meet hero after at 1U a m WHS agreed to Memo rials were presented from the District Re publican association asking the passage of the national election bill and from the District Wage Workers Alliance against the passage of tthe bankruptcy bill Mor rill and Carlisle spoke at length on the tariff question The duty on chloroform In the bill was reduced from 40 to 25 cents A number of reductions proposed by Dem ocrats were The conference re port on the District of Columbia appro priation bill was discussed but not dis posed of In the house fifteen requests for leaves of absence were presented but on objec tion of members who feared the house might be left without a quorum they were passed over The conference report on the District of Columbia appropriation bill was discussed and agreed to senate irrigation amendment to the sun dry civil bill was discussed without ac tion Morrill Sawyer Smyser Goodnight and Martin of Indiana were appointed the committee to investigate the pension of fice THE MEAT OF THE MATTER Do Consumers Pay a Tax They Buy Protected Article t WASHINGTON Cn July made the principal speech in the senate yesterday against the tariff biiL In the course thereof he Eaid he thought that no senator would deny that whenever an ar ticle of a certain kind and quality was actually imported and Fold in the Ameri oan market in competition with domestic articles of the saAie kind and quality the amount of the duty was added to the price of the domestic article BUcock Does Deny It However This proposition was challenged and de nied by Hiscoik who asked whether the tal of 15 cents a bushel on the 1 J000000 bushels of potatoes Imported from Canada added 15 cents a buishel to the potato crop of the United States and Carlisles an swer was that it dial add 16 cents a bushel to the American potatoes sold In the im mediate market where the Canadian pota toes were sold The amount of importa tion however was so inconsequential as to have no effect on the general price ol potatoes in the United States The Crooked St Paul Censna WASHINGTON CITT July standing the efforts already made by Sen ator Davis and to be made by a St Paul citizens committee the recount of the census ordered for that city will go on Superintendent Porter says the returns give evidence of widespread rascality In one of the large newspaper buildings he said that ninety editors reporters anc compositors were enumerated as servants and then again enumerated at their real denons In one block where twentysix A Rascally Treasurer BARS tru Minn July Olive Teasurer of the school district was ar rested yesterday for embezzling of ichool funds and obtaining 10000 from banks and private individuals m Duluth inder false pretenses He has been work ng his dishonest schemes for a year and a half ABBREVIATED TELEGRAMS J W Hcaton was arrested at Chicago Wednesday for the shooting of Dick Brown at Benton Harbor Mich Brown is said to be fatally wounded The American squadron of evolution composed of the three new cruisers Chi cago Boston and Atlanta which has been or some months on a voyage in European and South American waters arrived Tues day night at New York The comptroller of the currency has au thorized the Union National bank of Dsa ver Colo to begin business with a capi tal of Patrick Layman 9 years old is on trial at Middletown Conn fcr knocking a playmate named Alfred Johnson out of k ooat and drowning him Miss Dunn youngest daughter of J C Dunn a wealthy Pliiladfilphian has gone insane as a result of religious excitement at Asbury park N J The total number of lives lodt in Pelis sier coitl mine at St Etienne Francewas ninetyeight instead of 120 as first re ported Fire broke out in the Pew building at Seneca Falls N Y Wednesday morning and before the flames could Be subdued the principal part of rhe business portion of thfi town was laid in ruins Whole blocks were swept away The t tores news paper offices and Western Union Telegraph companys office were destroyed The loss is estimated at about fVXIOOO John Sehomers a LaCrosse Wis alder man received probably fatal injuries Wednesday night in an attempt to jump from a fastmoving train Sarah of Ireland has begun a suit to obtain a portion of the late A T Stewarts estate she claiming to be one of the heirs In the stomach of the body of a man who died at the insane hospital at Inde pendence la Wednesday a poetmcrtem examination discovered two lead pencils a tenpenny nail two towels half of a whiskbroom and two pine sticks each six inches long An original package saloon was opened at Red Oak la Wednesday and did business for three hours when the sher iff closed it aud three actions have been begun against the proprietors Marion Smith a Seminary Ills young man who developed a mania for kissing the girls willy nilly and regardless of time or place has been fined til acd costs by a justice Miss Minnie and J M Taylor left HalUvOn iiieh for Munising Tues day nibt ou a railroad tricycle They were run into by a tniin Miss Gogran in stantly killed anJ Taylor badly injured Nebraska Congressional Nominations OMAHA Neb July Republicans of the Second uistrict have nominated V Uarian foir congress The Democrat at the First district have nominated A J Bryan The Cholera at Valencia VALEXCIA July cholera If di minishing here but there are still from ten to fifteen cases daily about half of which prove fatal The Weather We Kay Tliereil a Quick Acceptance BRIDGEPORT Conn July 3oick a builders apprentice has learned an uncle in Australia has left him 1200000 on condition that be shall go to Australia aiid take charge of a large ranch there Quick came to this country Crom three years azn WASHISOTOS Crrr July ing are the weaiher Indloat oiu for thirtysix families were reported to be living fifteen j of that number were put down as having I stationary tempcratfflie except to northern ten members each which exactly filled n portion of Indiana warmer For Lower Mich the oenans schedule southerly winds warmer Tvf j eastern fair in western portionwesterty Morrill Sot tor Reciprocity WASHISBTOSXSTT July SLDuring speech on the tariff bill in the senate yesj sootharly winds stationary terday Morrill made an allusion to Seoraj assUsa lower temperature fcsrrBUinea reciprocity He said LARGETARIETY THK RELIABLE FLANNEL SACK COAT OTHER tTYLU FLANNEL SHIRTS AND COATS for Infants and Children is so well adapted to chMren that L recommend it as superior to anr praocriptioa swnmtome H A aaraant IiP Ill So Oxford St Brooklyn H Y crTTii Colic OrastSpatton Sour Stomach Diarrhoea EructaUon Kills Worms sleep and promot idl jrestlon Without t injurious COMPAVY 77 Murra INDIANA AFFAIRS Peculiar Question Raised by n Homicide A MATTER OF STATE JUBISDIOTIOU Devellsh Attempt ut Near vllle A Portland Futliir Stops as Klupement by a Methixt That Prostrates Accident in ati Machine dent Not Coming Home to Vote TERRE HACTK Ind July pe culiar question is raised by the killing of Hayes Sauudery by Hirry Trogdon Mon day evening eight miles northwest of this city as to whether the crime waa committed in Indiana or Illinois The af fair took place on the road leading north from Sanford the center of which rood is the dividing line between t1 t two stnles A number of farmers of dgar county Illinois were working out their road tax on this road under Sounders the nuirdered man who was road r supervisor Trogdon and Sauuders quay1 relied and Trogdou shot him Trogdon gave himself up at Paris Ills where he is now held but Sheriff Weeks of this county has made a demand for the pris oner at Paris on the claim that by actual measurement the deed was committed sixteen feet this side of the Illinois line It will take an official examination of the ground to decHe DASTARDLY MURDER AVERTED Attempt to Blow Up a Threshing Ma chine Discovered EVAXSVILLE Ind July dastard ly murder Tuesday waa prevented by ac cident and the intended murderer ar rested About uix months ago John Day a wealthy farmer living about six miles from this city eloped with a young girl named Ella Neal the 18 yearold daugh ter of Days tenant The elopement was a failure at they could not get a license and the girl went back to her home Since that time Day has continued to press his suit but has met with the combined op position of the girl and her parents The girl from the start said she only con sented to marry Day because he so persist ently kept after her A Diabolical Plot Discovered Monday afternoon when both men were threshing Neal acting as feeder to the thresher in almost the first sheaf he bandied after cutting the bands off he dis covered two cartridges fight inches in length and two in diameter If they had passed through the machine it would have been all up with John Neal and the other workmen When Neal took the sheaf Day disappeared The men decided that Day was the author of the hellish design at wholesale murder and arrest fol lowed Acquitted and HeArrested At the hearing Tuesday he was acquit ted but Wednesday morning Chief Newltt learned that Day had purchased cartridges at a certain gun store Wednesday when his neighbors heard of the evidence against him they made an attempt to wreak sum mary justice upon him but were thwarted by officers who succeeded In landing him safely behind the bars whsre he is strong ly guarded A HARDHEARTED FATHER jrtttrna11 jut VITTU jDnueiAmi if appoint ment as consul to Barcelona Friends pre vented Col Uriilgelaud from carrying his threat Into execution Will Nut Come Home to Vote IXOUXAIOIIS July is consid erable comment here over the expected failure of President Harrison to exercise the right of suffrage here this fall the fact that uo notice of his coming to regis ter under the new law has been received being regarded as positive evidence that he will not register The voter mast reg ister in person aud Monday next is the last day of grace Two Men Fatally Hurt INDIANAPOLIS July serious acci dent occurred at the Atlas engine work Tuesday A dozen men wore engaged in raising somo heavy girders when the sup ports gave way and the girders weighing 000 pounds each bore the laborers to the ground E L Long and Cabal Ernst were fntally injured and Peter Albln Al len Harris an unknown colored man were seriounly hurt Slirik In a Mill PEKU Ind July seventyfive employes of the Peru Twine and Bagging mills quit work Tuesday A strike of the whole force of 300 employes was started on account of wages but part returned to work Hooster News Notes The excess of expenditures over receipts in the state of Indiana for the current year la estlmatad at 1450000 From 1880 to 1869 the stale debt increased from ttWt 17888 to The rate of taxa tion b 12 cents on eaoh tlOO Jackson county has markete t 1690 bar rels of nutmeg melons this season Will Hays a colored man was killed by the cars at Richmond Saturday night De Pauw will have two new professors next year Walter C Bironson who the chair of rhetoric and English litera ture and Eugene W Manning that of modern languages Both are men of expe rience and fine reputations A L Doty has been choiten instructor In English in the preparatory school The population of Bloomington in 1880 according to the census waa This year the census makes It again of 1344 Near an aged farmer uamel Benjamin Hetier was from the track by the southbound Louisville em press and ins antly killed At Rensseliier Samuel H Duvall attacked bjfour or five drunken roughs and severely beatent and his brotherin lavr Jjiidd Hopkins win struck with a stone and ba ly hurt while on their way home from church New Castle rises to say that the ghoft stories recently located there by corre 11 fake Miss Nannh Young a young lady resid ing five miles nortneast of Windfall was thrown from a buggy and severely In lured Hrutul VTor k by NEW YOIK July 31 Taylor ot Ihis city wat probably fatally beaten by itrikers at tb e factory of the Standard Wood Turning company Jersey City yes terday Taylor was about to apply foi work at the factory In which there is a strike when be was set upon by I tempeiatmre in in CliEAM BAKING He 1oeas His DaaghtBr Up with Serious PORTLAND Ind July Brown a prominent manufacturer of claywork ing machinery and at the head of the Brown Manufacturing company was to have married Miss Mary Denney last Son day morning but owing to the opposition of Mr Denney the ceremony WM post poned The lovers had perfected ar rangements by which they were to meet at the Christian Sunday school and then drive to the Evangelical parsonage where the accommodating pastor was to make them one The yonng ladys father learning of the proposed elope ment locked his daughter in her room where she was kept until completely ex hansted by nervous prostration She is now in a very critical condition and the father is severely censured by a majority of the citizens All parties concerned are iiighiy connected and in good drcam His Claim to Distinction INDIANAPOLIS July John A t t a wellknown Republican j u riltted at at x airland agea m one occasion i p HuMjuy Bridgeland threatened to honewbip Senj ooDttte Ajsmonlfc JgM ator now PrMident Harrison It was I f daring the Aitbar aoenrory It nalsm Kew York CWesao   

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