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Logansport Pharos (Newspaper) - August 12, 1890, Logansport, Indiana LOGANSPOBT DAILY PHAROS 16TH YEAE TUESDAY AUGUST 12 18JO 30 30HN Oorner ON BETWEEN SEASON GOODS BAFFLED KNIGHTS The New York Central Looks Like a Winner From now until the regularA BOLD MOVE BY THE SAILWAY Fall Traderopens these goods will be receiveci fresh every fev days Having had a very successful Summer Trade and having no need of Clear ance Sales we can give our customers Fresh Goods boughi strictly for cash and sold at prices that will stand any test P and get Fresh Goods CLOSINBDUTSflLE From this date I will buy no more Second Hand oods of any description I intend to close out ail of my stock with the intention of starting up a straight out and out Furniture Store and carrying a com pioto Stock of Trunks and Valisos Tako advantage of these closing out prices and call oarly GEO W RODAFER li Inmdvay Muntok Hotel N B I have over 175 Watches that 1 want to close out to realize the money in vested in them Also over 1OO Heating Stoves that will be sold very cheap BfiflL ESTATE sulu 12 residences on Uroadwav For sale 11 residences on Spear street For sale residences on Market street For sale residences on Ninth Eleventh sincl Eighteenth streets For sale residences en North street For sale residences on Chippcwa and Miuini streets For sale residences on Toledo street For sale lots in till parts of the city For sale cheap lots bulwucu Bmcad nnd George streets from to 3225 tiich Farms to trade for city property Lots wanted on High North Broad wny and Market streets For particulars write or enquire of M M GORDON Pension ami Heal Kstute Agont Room 9 KHiwM t FURNITURE PRICES THE LOWEST Our Designs None but tbe Best Workmanship Allowed to Leave our Salesroom Action Determined Upon to Force the State to SIiow Victory at Syrucvise and the Yards Cleared of Most Aggressive Work of the Strikors I Jo lug lone nt Albany Where Trouble Is Likely to Tho Trains Moving All Along the Road NKW Aug President Webb oi the New York Central yester day morning applied to Col Judaon for militia protection at tho yards at Syra cuse and DeWitt where tho strikers were practically in charge atid ordering mat tera to suit themselves The reply was to tho effect that no troops would be ordered out ut the request of the railway com pany thit the uflicer in command would Arat investigate the situation and then de cide what to o When Mr Webb re ceived this reply he called a conference of the Central officials They decided to in Btruct Pinkertonfl detectives employed at tho yards to charge the strikers upon any show of violence and if neces nary to give the governor a casus belli for he ordering out of the troopa Shortly after I p m a train of five freight cars heavily 1 nuled rnovud from the St Johns mrk freight depot to the yards at Thirty third struct A return trip was made with a number of Michigan Central cars from Detroit Liter No other efforts were made to move freight last night The Apparent Situation It looked all day yesterday as if the riko wns decidedly in a bad way Ax eoon an daylight appeared there was a scene oC hurry and scurry at tho Grand fttatloti Trains went out on time or very nearly so and although all trains did not juo out enough were forwarded to demonstrate the fact that tieup lacked a large majority of being complete As he day wore on and some freight trains were made up and sent out the prospect ooked still darker for tho strikers who nevertheless continued stubborn and san guine declaring that they would win in the end Policemen wcru everywhere through the yards and tho usual strikers amusement on these of pulling couplingpins and throwing noticeable for its absence Milken n Few A reporter tnckled Mr Webb as soon as 10 appeared at his cilice yesterday morn and said It Is reported Mr Webb that the fire man of tho road havo joined tho strik ers That statement is untrue The fire men havo not struck and all trains so far Hro running all right and every one of left here fully manned What about tho signal towers They arc also fully manned and the men changod their shifts this morning aa though no strike had ever occurred Tho fact is my young friend continued Mr Webb warming up and smiling in beautiful all along the saying that Syracuse was 4 u exception I There the road was not getting sufficient protection Applying for llelristatoiiioiit Tho situation had not changed at this point of the New York Central railway strike afc midnight At tho Grand Cen tral station trains were arriving and de parting nearly on time Neither Holland Hayes nor Leo were to be found Dur ing the day many men applied for rein statement Mr Webb said that the Cro ton locals comprising ninety trains would start today again Tho Spuyten Duyvils also start again Yesterday 150 cars of freight were handled by the company in this city No word has come from Mr Dcpew but Cyrus Field called and approved of Mr Webbs actions Several other directors expressed satisfaction ALL CLEAR AT SYRACUSE ao not report will discharged immediately This was misunderstood by the knights to mean that the militia migbC return again They held a meeting at 2 p m but would not say what action was taken New remiou Iaw THREATENING AT ALBANY Trainmen Warned Not to Han After Dark of tho Flnkcrtona ALBANY N Y Aug is now more difficulty here over the Central lint than at any other point of the road The strikers are active and aggressive At 5 oclock last night vrain on the Central bound for Troy was stopped at the iron works After warning the trainmen that if they attempted to ran after dark they would be stoned the train was allowed to proceed A committee of the strikers at 5 p m held a conference with Delaware and Hudson managers and they agreed to refuse to aid the Central road About the same time Sheriff Roouey was notified by the Central that cheii West Albany shops were in danger and that they should expect him to furnish protection The important switches a1 Albany were filled yesterday afternoon with three sets of men each set going out when appealed to by the strikers Pinkerton Guards Are Legal Late in the afternoon a committee oi the strikers upon Attorney General Tabor for his opinion as to the legality oi tho Pinkerton meti beiug allowed to pa trol under arms He decided that the railroad could have them as long as they remained upon their property but if any of them Intruded on the public streets theji were liable for arrest A Green Switchmans Work At oclock the New York Central local to Troy ran off an open switch and the engine was derailed It was found that tho green switchman had turned hii key tbe wrong way The track was blocked for over an hour The freight train which left New Yook in the morn Ing arrived at East Albany about 5 oclock No attempt was made to bring it across the bridge A FigVit Brewing There is a suspicion tjiat an attempt will be made to break the blockade at West Albany Engines have beea called and a new lot of Pinkerton men ar rived last night These men now num bering 350 will form a cordon at Wesl Albany and tho work of moving the freight will be begun The men say they will not allow tho freight to go and the road officials say it will go The knights are jubilant The Federation of Labor met last night and expressed their sympa thy pledging their support and assistance to tbe knights A WRECK ON THE CENTRAL COMRADESIN AKMS They Gather at Boston from Private to President THE HOT PUTS OK GALA ATTTBE POP All Soldiers Who rre dependent upon their own dnily Itibor For SiliHcrs nnd Sailors widows For Children under 1C years of ngf For rhildren permanently helpless and for dcpeiuient parents Applyin person or y letter for infor mnuon blanks nnd instructions to JL GORDON Pension Agent 1 Viclt Block In The Delightful SUMMER RESORTS OF Northern Michigan Reached by the ifand Rapids Indiana Railroad TIIK FISHIXB IIXE The Strikers Iriven from tho Yards by IMnkertoti STUACUSE N Y Aug yard is cleared of strikers and tlie Pinkerton men have possession ivns the message that came over the wire from East Syracuse at about 0 oclock last evening The Pinker ton detective force reinforced by others from the west went to East Syracuse about 4 oclock p m with Under Sheriff Austin and several deputy sheriffs and an outside forco of railroad employes At the yard they formed in a line and ad vanced through the freight yard there the strikers nil retiring before them withoul resistance and the Pinkerton men and railroad men began the work of making up and forwarding the freight cars con taiuitig perishable property which were tied up there Sturtiiis the TleilUp Trains At p in the train bearing the mai from tlie east which should have reachec here at p in arrived in this city am was tlie first train to go through East Syracuse yesterday At n train tha ihonld have gone east at p in pulled out of the Central staf ion closely followed by a special train of four cars tilled with tho Vinkerton forces At p in the first freight from East Syracuse pulled into the city It was R long line of loaded refrigerator cars A Lnited Press reporter was informed that the secret of tin whole matter was that Governor Hill feit compelled to take some action in reference to the strike Gov Hill Calls Time The day had been occupied by Acting Sheriff Austin Assistant Superintendent Goold of the western division and the military officers in holding consultations the results of which are said to have been quickly communicated to Governor Hill Half 11 Dozen Men Killed or Badly Wounded by a Blunder ROCHESTER N Y Aug bad freight smashup occurred yesterday on the Auburn division of the New York JentraL fit Railroad Mills about twenty five miles east of this city At p m regular freight No 42 collided with an ex tra freight train at that point Both en ines were completely demolished About twenty cars were wrecked The cars ictually leaped over the telegraph wires along the track and tore them clown The regular train was in charge of Conductor Addison and the extra was in charge londnctor Bath The accident was the result of a blunder in the orders given to or vnrorrrrnaTca A list of the killed and injured follows Fireman George Lightheartpinned under the tender both legs broken died in a fnw minutes from internal hemorrhage Jrakemau Fred Harris head injured doubtful George Horstler hurled over Lioth engines back hurt hopeful Engin eer Louis Palmer jumped badly hurt Engineer Jesse Dansey still beneath tho wreck probably dead Improved Situation at lluffulo BUFFALO N Y Aug the daj advanced the situation appeared consider ably improved yesterday Trains were ar riving and departing more nearly on schedule time aud through trains arrived from the east on better time than Sunday and western connectious were not so greatly delayed Train 5 arrived from New York at 10 nearly four hours late all of which time was lost at Syra case as she arrived at Canastota only fif teen minutes late The Chicago and New York limited trains got away all right The engineers and firemen were doing their own switching yesterday morning and did not appear to be in sympathy with the strikers There was no sign of a strike OR the Lake Shore or Michigan Cen tral Chief Arthurs Opiiiien CLEVELAND Aug Chief P M Arthur the Brotherhood of Loco motive Engineers was asked yesterday whether there was any probability of a strike oE the engineers on the New York Central railroad Ha replied I dont think there is the slightest probability of a striko I have received no complaints and I ddnt think the engineers have any to make The New York Central is gen erally looked upon by engineers to be about the test in the country to work for and the men who are on it will probably stay The engagement of firemen would not cause a strike among the en gineers if there was no other cause for quitting No Strike nt Chicago CHICAGO Aug far as present in dications go there is no possible chance of the strike on the New York Central road affecting the Chicago roads belonging to railroadmen the system Grand Master Sweeney of the Switchmens Mutual Aid association pos itively asserted yesterday that There will be no sttrike in Chicago The Knights of Labor will have to fight It out alone and they have uo jurisdiction whatever on any Hues centering here The council of tha Federated railway organizations alone can order a strike and that at present is not evon remotely probable or even pos An Ice Famine Apprehended PotTGHKEEPSIE N Y Aug city is suffering from an ice famine j brought on by the Central strike The At nooVhe inquired what the civil offij local dealers have consignments of ice on cers luid done Ou receiving a reply it is the way which have been delayed by the jtrike The hotels and restaurants are suffering greatly and some of them may And Welcomes the Vets with a Glad Harrison Greeted with the Doom of Cannon and Popular En Banquet Without Oratory to Gov ers of the G A IU AU on cainpnuent Notes BOSTON Aug is decorated from one end to the other All business blocks are hidden behind thousands ol yards of bunting and myriads of flags and particolored electric lights dazzle the eye in every direction at night and then to add to the display the sky is filled with rockets and fireballs The city li crowded with Grand Army boys and Inun dated with other Of congress men and generals the city has an unlimited supply and of other visitors there are tent of thousands The most notable arrival yesterday was the president of the United States who came from New York on the cruiser Baltimore arriving at 5 10 p m Reception of the Presidents Ship As the Baltimore flying the presidents flag and carrying the president Secreta ries Husk and Noble and Private Secreta ry Halford entered Boston harbor she was met by the other vessels of the the Atlanta Kearsage Petrel Yorktown Dolphin and the torpedo boat all save the Koaraage and Cushing firing salutes The revenue cutter Gallatin with Governor Brackett Collector Beard and Mr and Mrs McKee on board es corted her to her anchorage Mayor Hart and other members of the city govern ment also went down the harbor in the J Putnam Bradlee to welcome the chief ex ecutive while Mrs Noble and other la dies were ou board the Vigilant The Progress to the Hotel President Harrison landed at about p m amid the thunders of cannon at Rowes wharf and was escorted to the ho tel Vendome by the First battalion cavtilry Maj Horace G Kemp command ing The sidewalk and windows along the line of march which was nearly two miles long were packed with enthusiastic multitu des who greeted the president with handclapping and cheers The pres ident rode with Governor Brackett in a carriage drawn by four dark bays He carried his hnt in his hand and bowed right and left at the greetings of the throngs Behind rode Secretaries Rush and Noble and in the third carriage wert Private Secretary Halford and members of the governors staff Arrival at tlifl Vendome At the Vendome a battalion of the First corps of cadets was drawn up in waiting and as the presidential party alighted quickly opened au avenue to the stale entrance of the hotel the president mounting tho steps arm in arm with Gov ernor BruLkuU The cadets were then de tailed to guard the various approaches to the presidents apartments and the recep tion room A few minutes having been dining hall where two long tables were arranged lengthwise the room with a third one across the upper end of the hall Notables tbe Banciuot At the latter Governor Brackett occu pied the place of honor and the states guest the President at his right with Secretary Proctor ou his left Alsojseated nt the table were Secretary Noble Secre tary Rusk Governor Abbett of New Jer sey and Lieutenant Governor Halle of Massachusetts Among the more notable guests who occupied seats at the other tables were Admiral Gherardi of the North Atlantic squadron now in the har bor aud his staff in full uniform Private Secretary Halford Department Com mander Innis of Massachusetts Collector Beard Adjutant General Dalton Secre tary of State Peirce State Treasurer Mar den and members of the executive council and both branches of the legislature The adornments of the tables and hall were profuse and elegant The table decora tions were handsome the masterpiece be ing fac similes of the White House and state house in white sugar Talking Wns Barred The company sat down shortly before 7 oclock and It was past 8 when Gov ernor Brackett broke the almost painful stillness that had prevailed throughout the entire feast with the announcement that the carriages were waiting This was the only audible speech that was made during the entire banquet the entire ab sence of speechmaking being one of the conditions upon which the president ac cepted the invitation to a state banquet Reception at tle Parker House The party under the escort of the gov ernor was then driven to tho Parker house where they attended a reception given by the E W Kinsley post of Bos ton to Lafayette post 149 of New York When the president entered the dining room at the Parker house he was cheered and was again applauded when introduce by Col Taylor The president acknowl edged the welcome in a brief speech a the conclusion of which he withdre amid cheersand went to his hotel Survived Four Prisons Another notable arrival of the day was the Nebraska train of fifteen coaches bringing Department Commander T Clarkson in the state department head quarters car Interest centered in a thin visaged veteran surrounded by congratu latiug comrades a survivor of four pris Libby Savannah an Millen His name is Lieut A K Com ston Notes of the Kncampment At a reception was tendered Gov ernor Alvtn P Hovey of Indiana by Job A Andrew Post 33 exMayor Joseph Fox Cambridge commander Gen Algers wife and her two daugh ters and Mrs Jonn A Logan an daughter are the guests of the wife o DEATH OF CARDINAL NEWMAN Celebrated Roman Catholic Dirla Gathered to Ills Fethrrm Ang Newman dJ ai He was in the 9Gth year of his age K id the tenth of his high office of cjirdmal oj Roman Catholic church His death tt ok place last ening from a si vere attack of p leumonia John E enry Ne w m a n born in Lon don Feb 21 1801 and to use the characteristic a 11 y definite language of Mozley was baptized a few yards from the THE STATE BUDGET Remarkable and Startling Phe nomenon THE SOLID EAETH IS COFYTJLSIOire CABDINAL NIWllAH Bank of England His mother who be longed to the socalled evangelical portion of the Church of England wns a modified Calvinist She faithfully her eld est son the catechism aud Westminster confession His early reading was in the works of the modern evangelical divines such as Watts Baxter Scott Newton and Milner His Education and Conversion Newman was educated at Oxford and in spite of his Calvinistie teaching he early showed his sympathy with the ad vanced Church of England men He was ordained and for mauy years officiated in parishes of the Church of England al ways taking the highest kind of high church grounds He gradually came to tha belief that the church of Rome was the only true church and Oct 8 1845 at his own invitation was visited by a Passionist father of whom he asked admission into the church of Rome Short ly afterward he went to Rome where he j Ten Acres of Land Torn Up and the Skeletons in a Graveyard Natural Gas Flamefl Burning Over Scene of Mysterious Disappearance at Xndiimapolia Two Girls Indiana News HELBTVILLE Ind Aug rning at 9 oclock a terrific explosion j occurred near Ogdens graveyard three j miles south of Waldron this Shelby county cailsinggreat excitementthrough out tne county Ten acres of land were blown to pieces One acre was de molished to the depth of ten feet The river flat rock was up and large stones were thrown fully half a mile from the scene The fras is burning fifteen feet high from the center of the river and from fifty or more points of land torn up Tbe whole country is in excitement and no means are known by which the flow of burning gas may be stopped What an EyeWitness Saw J H Lowe who lives on the farm where the explosion occurred says that he heard a terrific report and felt the earth quivering beneath his feet He went to ward the graveyard and was soon con fronted by a sheet of flame 200 feet high Tuein fifty or more fountains of fire hurst from the earth These were interspersed with six or eight active geysers The river bed was torn to pieces and the 1 LARGE VARIETY THE RELIABLE FLANNEL SACK COAT OTHER STYLES FLANNEL SHIRTS AND COATS UTD ucii ua iui LI tu jjittcs iuu LIJI uiiifu met Pius JX and when he came back to fissures were receiving the rivers water England ha was a Roraish priest He was created a cardinal in 1880 PROCEEDINGS IN CONGRESS Meither House Does Any Kusiiiuss to Hoast About WASHINGTON CITY Aug the sen ate consideration of the tariff bill was con tinued thediscussiou turning to the ques tion of the tirun wasted on individual items Several proposed amendments to the metal schedule were voled down and that on railway bars was passed over Then the tin duties came up and an attempt to reduce the tax on tinplate was defeated Morgan took the floor and began a long speech on this subject but yielded before he was through and Ed Tnunds offered a resolution limiting speeches on single items of the bill to five minutes and members to one speech all questions arising therefrom to be de cided without debate but Morgan pro testing that he had for a motion to adjourn Edmunds wrotdrew his resolu tion Vest said that every item would be discussed unless force was applied to prevent it Cullom presented a resolution Cincinnati river transportation en urging action on the river nd harbor bill A conference was or ered on the Indian appropriation bill After some filibu tenuiT over the ap roval of the journal tlie objecor being ogers of Arkansas vhn was defeated in attempt to prevent approval the eaker counting a quorum the house or that the governor called about him half a dozen leaders of the Knights ot V the manv Hesorts HMH reached therefrom Sault Sto Ijibor at Albany and told them in Tory have to close soon Kailroaa omclals Here Marie Maniuette Uienentii in tcrllls tnilt tue embargo must be j say time the backbone of has Islands ety VJEW Harlxr j lifted or he would certainly order tho milboon broken itia out at ontv Holland Promises Peace This brought things to a crisis and the result at Syracuse is supposed to i terday nearly on time All trains passed along yea PFTOSKFY AM HAY Springs Halwr Point W ciuoton intf etc located in the immediate vieinitv TitAVEKSE niMKliborliix llcsorts This brought things to a crisis and the Ti0 Weather Wo May Expect Ontena Old Mission Ktk Kaplds j at Syracuse is supposed to I Aug following The maiv and the finest j have been brought about in part at least nrx ue weather Indications for of nhini nil Brook Trout the celeuraed j by this Information Mr Holland of the j hours from S p m yesterday For Indiana firavliiitrUlaik Buss Imi other varieties of Knights of Labor executive board ari and Lower warmer weather Kaimtlsli andriraiat East on one of the first j nrtheMiturly winds shifting to southeasterly senice of the Grand Kflpu ana warmer weather except m Indiana Kailnad for the of 1S8U will be paaseiigtr from the east that ar stationary temperature complete tn every prrticuliir rived ator the Pinkerton men arrived Through sleeping cars will be run between vifF and is re Ciminmiti Vetoskey and Mackinaw Also be Ha met t niter tnentt Austin anu is iw tween t hlcatro anl fvtoskey and Mackinaw ported to have said that Vie would do his via the Mifhijran Central Railroad and Kala to any violence tickets can be purchased to any ot I Notice to the Strikers the above points at reduced rates At noon larumsster btiarman at For desripcive matter time cards and full Syracuse notified the strikers that all who nforaiatioii address wished to return to work must report to ilroads in the District of Columbiawas ken up but final on it was pre ented by dilatory motions which con imed the time of tle house tu adjourn ent A bill was introduced to limit IB number of ihff VViirMs fair board of idy mannisers to fiftifn During the ebate Dockery predicted n deficit of over In government revenues for the urrent fiscal year Sheets of flame swept over the water and a crater covering an area of about oue acre was quickly converted into a huge hole from which u continuous roaring and rumbling noise proceeds liodiutt of tho Xeiul Kxposod Within the bend of the river and for oneeighth of a mile along the stream great rents are in the earth and tho river bed At tho bend of the river in the bank which is of limestone is a fracture a quar ter of a mile long Stones the size of a house have been hurled from their places The graveyard was shaken up the skele tons of the dead being distinctly seen in the fractures of tbe earth ilows free ly from the entire surface of the ten acres Was the Upheaval Volcnnlc Many theories have been advanced as to the cause of tho upheaval Many people contend that it was a spontaneous com bustion of natural gas Others think that the upheaval was volcanic Mr Lowe who got to the scene before the gas ignited is sure that the upheaval was vol canic The inhabitants in the locality be came wild with excitement and many left their homes AVithin the last eighteen months there have been thirteen gosweds sunk iu the locality of the graveyard and while each has had some gas none have been gushers TWO YOUNG GIRLS MISSING They Go Berrying and Drop Completely Out of SlRht ISDlANAroiis Aug siAurb of North Indianapotis is very much excited GOING TO SEE THE ZENITH CJTY Vector Knot to Visit the Town Hi Blade Famous LOUISVILLE Ky Aug Proctor Knottnnd a party of prominent ientuckiuus left this city last evening for Duluth where a grand reception has becu rransed for the exgovernor who twen y years made the LZeuith City by he unsnlfed sens famous by his cele irnted speech in Congress Tho governors inrty is a large one Among them are Mrs Knott Gen Castlenian and Mrs Castleman Dr W H JiVnthen Mrs Wat hen Beriah Masoffin Mrs and Miss vlagoffia and Dr J B Lampton As Chi cago the party will be met by a commit ee of prominent Duluth citizens and rom there they will journey over the Wis consin Central to Duluth reaching there at 11 oclock to monow morning Records on the Diamond CHICAGO Aug 12 Base ball scores yes terday are reported as follows League At New York 3 Brooklyn 0 anil Clark Terry and Daly Ai U Philadel phia 4 and Bennett and Clements At Pittsburg 0 Chicago 4 and Decker Stein and Nagle At Cleve 7 Cincinnati 9 batteries and Zimmer Mullane and Har rington Brotherhood At New York 11 Philadelphia 14 and Brown Knell and Hallman At Boston Boston 7 Brooklyn 1 and Cook Daly and Murphy At Cleve 11 Pittsburgh batter Sutcliffe and Bailey Tener and Carroll At game Chicago 9 Buffalo 5 anil Boyle Cunningham and Mack sec batteries and Mack soitherly wmds For Wisconsin Fair weather followwl by in northwest par ion southerly winds warmer For Up per Showers preceded C I LOCKWOOD Gen Pass and Ticket Agent Grand Kaplds Mich him at 5 oclock in tha afternoon when the cav car is exoected He said that by fair weitfaor in eastern portion winds shifting to sonlherly warmer in eastern stationary tem perature in westera portion For IowaFair we thr followed by local showers in north west portion southerly winds warmer la western stationary temperature in eastern portion Gen Cogswell of this city Gen Butler called on Gen Alger yester clay morning Camp Philip H Sheridan in Mechanic building was formally opened when Col C Z Hapgood officially assumed com mand Six comrades have been sent to the city hospital suffering slightly from change of climate and water Daily religious services have been ar ranged for v Alger visited Salem in the after noon where th principal streets were decorated in his honor Frederick Douglass minister to Hayti j called on Gen Alger at the Vendome in j the morning j Among the afrivalSal New York from Europe Sundsiy were ilra exGovernor Oglissby and daughter of Decatur Ills Mrs George M Pullman and Morris E Ward of Chicago The Hon James F Joy of Detroit also returned bringing the body his wifj who died in Paris a lew yceeks ago oad game Chicago Buffalo 8 and BoyleTwitchell Suffering Kansas What Xelt DODGE CITY Kan Aug fires are devastating the western part of Kansas Ford and Edwards counties suffering the greatest In the northern part of Ford county a tract twenty miles square was burned over inside of three hours after the flames started So far there has been no loss of human life bn in numerous instances the live stock ha been destroyed in addition to the tota destruction of crops of all kinds Will Probibly Stick to His HOTSM SABASAC Mich Ang J W Arney whose horse race last week excite the people of the hemisphere will be hauled over the coals by the coming con ference He will be compelled to abandon his fast horses or his ministerial charge and it is that he will stick to hi horses are looking iu all directions for them The girls left homo on Saturday for the purpose of gathering berries aud since that time nothing has been heard of them Sunday and Monday were spent in scour ing the woods and fields for miles around but no clue of their whereabouts could be found Their parents are crazed with grief and believe the girls have been made the victims of foul play Both were mod est and retiring iu their manners and of affectionate dispositions They had good home and their parents say they would not remain away unless detained against their will Notable Dcsitl CKAWFOIIDSVILLE lud Aug im Joel a prominent merchant died Sun day nitrht JEFFEKSOSVILLE Ind Aug George Schwartz the oldest Methodist minister in Indiana and the oldest citizen of Clark county died at 7 oclock Monday evening MAimxsviLLE Ind Aug 13 Rev King Herod for more than fifty years an active and prominent minister in the Baptist church died Sunday at Morgan own in his 77th year He was at one ime representative from Boone county in he legislature The Republican Issues INDIANAPOLIS Aug Chairmat lichener of the Republican state com iiittee makes public in an interview th issues upon which he expects to curry th tate this fall He says that there ar icveral thousand independent voters i he state and this year they will vot vith the Republicans The latter will df pend upon the disability pension bill th tlcKinley bill the state debt contracted b the Democrat extravagance of Demo crntic legislatures and the increase offices by the siame authority as issues i he campaign lie Charges It to Folitics INDIAXAPOLIS Aug lass a member of a prominent Hendricks county family fined aud sent to lull for six months by Judge Woods Mon Jay on conviction of embezzlement Douglass wasi postmaster at Plainfield and appropriated to his own use money belonging to the money order department He was unable to settle when the govern AGAIN WITH SPECIAL 1UICES ON Wclics Clocks Jewelry Silverware And Spectacles Use Hauks Glasses 25 years perlence Make no Broadway ex D A HAUK The Jeweler and Optician fflicted with rabies bit the sou of JauiM imous A Mrs Hayes in endeavoring to ive the child was bitten in tho arm A ladstone was nppliel to tho wound but ould not adhere IJoth of tlie victims takvn to Terre Hauto for treatment o tiwn red it ear tit td uK1 lor onjtl li idiV linly Abandoned liul Aug On her way il y a farmers wife tiiscov ld Sri y ill the woods i from Iringer 1 YiTti ii bring v i crnlly ABBREVIATED The diii fec a Su A r ir ifjiVH in it J idih and UrdJtH vicinity of MmhaUnc insaivil hlit i coru 17 us old was t Moti in hoyB lothes Cardinal Gibbons nnd Ryan Llnched til Hr ilarljor Sunday vith Secj etary liluw Emperor William of rcate his second son Prince Eitel Freder ck dukiof Heligoland In order that a year rntiy elnpse from1 er fathers dtatli WinnieDavis will ot he marriol nn ii mxt June The English government has informed le papal secretary of state that it can not j miniHtfir tn Fauuius sank in Lake Erie Sunday The i aptan ol the former W vas drowned A Fine Looking Couple Sir Marion Crawford is an ly handaoma youas man and is as pciv feet physically with Ilia six of man liness as a Greek statue By incengant physical culture ha lias developed each muscle to and ha has dis tinguished himself as a brilliant fencer His wife is as perfect in her way aud one of tho most beautiful of American women She has a statuesque figure that is lithe graceful as a reed Tkoaa who BerJan remein oer his wonderful pray eyes and duperb physique both of which are fern ijiinely duplicated in his daughter When Oren Berdan went to Turkey after superintending the construction of his musket invention in Russia ho WM accompanied by his daughter It WM there tha Marion Crawford met the lady lie wits fortunate to win for a wife Miss Berdan created a sensation in offi cial society in Coustantinoplw by her j beauty aud grace of manner It was will i there that the wedding took place which united two of tho liaudsomest natives of the United States Mr Crawford u a nephew Miss Julia Ward Pittsbnrg Dispatch Man antl Melon iu Collision A prominent lawyer in this city had S C Cuuimings i weapon under certain circumstances i The lawyers client is a conductor on a A few days ago as the train was going np the road at a speed oi twenty niilei an hour the conductor standing in the top of his cabooso looking ahead out of tha window with his head resting on hit arm The train rushed by a small station where a lot of watermelons were being lowled into some cars As the freight train passed one of the hands engaged in loading in a spirit of fun pitched one of the melons at the conductors head in the window in the ca boose His aim was well taken and consequences were disastrous The melon struck the conductor squarely on the face and arm knocking out three teeth cut Six of a party of twentysix Arabs who j Central railroad freight train anded in the country a few days ago ivere shipped back to their native country Monday at Philadelphia under the for eign labor law During a storm at Crefeldt Germany Monday a house containing fifty persona ell Thirteen were instantly killed and twenty badly injured OtUers are still buried iu the ruins The Mormons in the Canadian north wa t are converting tbe Indians to their re Iglous viws nnd arc thereby putting a rod in pkkle for themselves as the ernmuus policy is to teach the Indians monogamy It is rumored at London that Miss Loi ter daughter of the Chicago millionaire is to be married to Sir Charles Hall pri vate attorney to the prince of Wales At Chicago Mr Leitcr says the report Is en tirely untrue W T Foster Omahas weather VT sharp writes to the papers that two terj usualforceof the his face open and almost broke arm The jokers melon almost finished the conductor The speed at which the train was running was responsible for the rible storm waves will cross this conti nent between Aug 10 and 24 KoJli arc j billed to leave the Pacific coast the first reaching the Mississippi valley about Aug 17 ami the second about Aug 23 They Winl to Get Rid of ODnyer LONDOS Aug Roman Catholics at the instigation of the Irish member of the house of commons are urging the pope to transfer th Edward T OUwver DD Bis erick to an English diocese THE MARKETS f Natures Nocturnal Every rakish insect bird and reptile a turn for nocturnal music makes itself heard to some purjxjse dur ing hot August nights Like so mmy Indians at the stake they sing their tri umphant death songs some tunefully some harshly but all earnestly The woods and nelds after darlc aire almort as noisy as the town But the of the pastoral night are pleasantor to tin ear than those that startle the nober citi zen from his slumbers The unseen min strels produce their music to mimy and pitch it in nnaccordant keys and their blended song soothes the like a lullaby But some time ii Novem Chlcaito CHICAGO AUK IL On tho board of trade today quotatl ons were aa follows a August opened closed SSHc September onened 99WHc i ber Jack Frost finally clofifcS thi closed 90Jsc December opened and in the meantime there is few off of which due intiinattn wfll given by the York ment called upon him and his arreit and conviction followed He says that politics led to his peculations Had a Scrap with an Editor EVASSVILLE Ind Aug F Gould editor of The Bulletin an evening paper had a lively fight Monday even No 2 August opened closed 8sp Ledger opened J1UW closed September opened and closed 8113 Jantmrv opened J1295 closed LardSeptember and closed S03X j Live stock yards prices i opened active or good at Be M1 vance common and poor lets ilow grades SSlKitlO packing J850Oaj50 mixed lots heavy packing shipping lots i3Oia400 Ca corafed cattle firmer common I dull beeves S3ZS4S ers and feeders Tcians SheepMark t steady mitivee HOOfrtWi nd ftchwlMM Bulletin has lately been jumping onto j the road The two men thumped each j MtUac per doz other prettv hard and but for tbe timely i jens per lb tpriog chickens Mte interference of friends the fracas would roosters turkeys rnUeJ have I Cot 1iitallj in the Neck i SETMOCE Ind Aug Hatti baugh and George Pruett prominent farmers of this neighborhood quarreled I over the settlement of a trivial account Hattibaugn cur Prueif fatally in neck docks duck gewe perdoL PotatoesEarly Oulo per j bblNew Jersey Hose J8J0337S Applo New Illinois green per bbL perboi case fet Kcw York A Train Load of Richness PAPKERSBCRG W Va Aug express cars containing silver bullion tc the amount of tlo000000 passed through here Saturday en route from Washing to City to the New Orleans mint A cofiswerable torciT ol Lnltea States troops has been sent to the Indian terri tory in anticipation of an outbreak ot which occarrs tomorrow The trouble is expected over the right of men to vote the Indians dec tog that they shall not Squaw men Van Bruce msointly are whites who have marrwd Indian I A MjDol Two Panms women I lad Aug laA Homicide PRIXCETOX Ind Aug Tan Brucs was shot and killed Monday oj hU stepson The two had xi Bruce tried to stab the boy latter rar out on the street closely pur by Bruce with a knife Finally bov tnraeJ and fired three shota from vote th Indian WheatNo 3 red wlutar jOftK Ao Anirnst do J103 ixwa Xo 2 mired cash do September J 55e do October OatoQuiet So I mixd cash 44Hxi do September do CREAM ranee o f 103 WJWaSJWilioJta and dty cowm i75 Sheep and and V enigher lamb aotiTat aa drance He V hiilher 100 tw the PnraM Or Pricet Own Bakine contain4uuBonla Jneor PBICB BAKIHO FO jfew Tork
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