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   Logansport Pharos (Newspaper) - August 18, 1890, Logansport, Indiana                                LOGANSPOBT DAILY PHAROS 16TH YEAR MONDAY EVENING AUGUST 18 1890 NO 94 ON GRAYSIREOIILESS GUARDS Corner BETWEEN SEASON GOODS Sportive Rifle Popping Away at Albany From now until the regular HALF A DOZEN PEESOKS WOUTOED Fall Trade opens these goods j will be received fresh every AH of Them tmai inoffensive few days Having had a ver 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 and get Fresh Goods CLOSING OUT SflLE rinkrtons Blen Charged with Firing at Kumlom and Without Ono Woman Two Boys Shot and a of Jlnkertors Suffering Scalp Little Strike Sensa and Their Cuaseg CHICAGO Aug the New York Central management is not yet out ot the woods iu regard to tho strike its em ployus seems without oaestion notwith standing the confident tone of thu reports from railway head quarters The men seem to have adopted a sort of guerrilhi warfare As soon as the management seos lijht on one section of the rcmd u diversion is made on an other or on connecting lines This was the case Saturday at Buffalo Iheswitch men ln tbo Centrttlyard8 thero struck A From this date I will buy no more Second Hand oods of any description I Intend to ClOSO OUtall Of rny Stock with ol West Shoremeu was ordered to the intention of starting up a take tlieir placeS ID1 Superin Straight ouand our Furniture tendent Burrows insisted nnd tlie Store and carrying a com plete StocK of Trunks and Valises Take advrnt ige of these closing out prices and call early GSO W RODAFER 18 nroailway Onp Hotel N B 1 have over 175 Watches that 1 want to close out to realize the money in vested In them Also over 1OO Heating Stoves that sold very cheap will be REflL ESTATE For sale 12 residi on Broadway For sale 11 residences on Speur street For sale 3 residences on Market street Fur sale residences on NinthEleventh and Eighteenth streets For sale residences rn North street For sole resiliences on Chippewa nnd Miami sUceta For sale residences on Toledo street For aalc lots in all parts of the city For sale cheap lots between Srnead and George streets from to e ach Parma to trade for oily property Lots wanted on High North Broad way and Market streets For particulars write or enquire of M M GORDON Tension nnd Real Estate Agent Room Nu 8 Elliot Block LoKansport Ind men quit The men on Unas outside tho Cen tral system are just enough in sympathy with the strikers to impress their employ ers with the idea that if the latter handle Central freight they will strike so the Central ia practically boycotted Thero was an awful tangle in the freight yards at Buffalo Saturday and yesterday and no apparent prospect oE yetting it un tangled BLOODSHED AT ALBANY Plllhurtons Cnaipod wllh Shooting at In offtnslvo Citizens While the above state of affairs existed lit Buffalo a more serious condition is re ported at Albany The strikers have been on guard thero to prevent trains from running and although they are kept out ot the yards by Pinkorton they collect at crossings nnd on bridges and threats have been made that any persons moving trains would be stoned According to the Albany report a train was passing tho Van Woert street crossing Satuulaywhen a small boy threw a stone striking one of the guards who thereupon Jired at th dnn McCart tho boy missing him and hit Jdnn McCarty who was in his own yard at the time In the leg The place swarmed with strik ers in an instant and the police had diffi culty is rescuing the Pinkerton man from certain death He was locked up The Kuilway Complain The railway declare Unit the police are in sympathy with the strikers FURNITURE PRICES THE LOWEST OUP Designs areftew None but the Besl Workmanship Allowed to Leave our Salesroom Pensions Pensions New Pension Law POP All Soldiers their own Who are dependent upon daily labor for suppon For Soldiers nnd Suitors widows For Children under 16 yours of age For children permac ently helpless and for dependent parents Apply in person or liy letter for hifor mation blanks and instructions to jft JL GORDON Eiiiott Block Pension Agent Logaiisport Ind The Delightful SUMMER RESORTS OF Northern Michigan Rwichcii by the Grand Rapids Indiana Railroad THK FISUING IIXS MACKIXAC the many Resorts and are doing all thev can to embarrass I the road and arresting men on every conceivable pretext ileury Doug ass another Pinkerton was arrested for lourishing a revolver and although he aid lie drew it to force his way to the yards through a crowd of angry strikers was locked up as were two Pinkertons who got a short distance oil thu companys property That the strikers take every opportunity to worry the Piukertons is vithout doubt An Albany telegram ays In this city and at West Albany he f tPrtino alO nfeoviol 011 guards assaulted Bricks and stones wore thrown from the windows ot houses which line thi traok in places There are a number of Linkerton men laid up with scalp wounds MORE SHOOT IN 3 BY PINKERTONS They Open Flro Promiscuously Without Woniirtoil ALBANY N Y Aug city was the scene of several disgraceful affrays yesterday in each of which according to the reports the Pinkertons were aggres Kirs Fifteen Pinkerton men are under the care of surgeous and five citizens are so badly wounded that there nre fears for their recovery Three Pinkerton men were arrested and one was so severely handled by the mob that the police sur geon had to dress their wounds The trouble was at the Van Woert street cross Ing again a few blocks west of the passen ger station and whero tho freight trains run on to the bridge Yesterday morning early crowds began to gather and by noon there was a huge crowd Everything was quiet until at oclock a freight train oame down from West Albany On the bop ot ench car were two Piukorton men armed with repeating rifles and as the oars passed by they flourished them A ISuy nml Womiiii TVoutuUul Suddenly nnd without provocation one Df the men tired and Kichard Dnyer a boy of 13 years fell shot in tho thigh The sxcltemeut was intense and a rush was made for the train and so successful was t that James Hattcn who fired the shot was caught The police charged the mob and rusciiedXhe man just as they had him up against a tree ready to hang hira He was badly battered when locked up A few minutes after John Houcfc a lumber handler aged 23 years was arrested for itoning a train At 5 oclock a freight irain bound west came over the bridge guarded by Pinkerton men When it reached the city several oE the Pinkerton men without provocation opened fire Mrs Thomas F Hngan was shot through the leg Another Boy Shot The crowd by this time was wrought up o a fearful pitch of excitement and only by the efficiency of the local police aided by committees from the strikers were they kept oack At 4 oclock when the excite ment had begun to cool down another freight train cmne through and tho Pink ntuu men again fired into tho crowd a boy named Frank Parks bul let in his arm Officer Muun jumped i n She train and tried to find the man but was unsuccessful He was carried back to East Albany on another train and thero svas assaulted by the Pinkertou men al though he was in full uniform All the police of the city were massed at tnis almply said if was in seltdefense The railway was making good progress at the time in the clearing up of the blockade THE TROUBLE AT CHICAGO Book Inland Switchmen Kick Against a Strike CHICAGO Aug sixty switch men in the freight yards of theChicago Hock Island and Pacific railroad wentout on strik e about 9 oclock Saturday night Their grievance is their treatment by A B Corey who was appointed general yardmaster about five months ago They have never been satisfied with Coreys ap pointment and have used every possible chance to nnd fault with his work strike was brought to a temporary conclusion last night by an agreement to Investigate the grievance of the men against Corey which was that le had discharged a man without cause alleging that h was drunk on duty Charged to Mike Cortelo The strike on the Wabash came to an id Saturday when the pay car came along It cost the company and this is what a switchman told a reporter Ill tell you how it occurred You know Mike Costello Well Mike had a date to so to Ogdens grove to the Irish picnic Friday night and had ordered a new suit 3f clothes which he couldnt get on ac count of the pay car being behind time He was awful mad and then when he asked his girl to excuse him from the en gagement and she gave him the cold nnd agreed to go with another fel low he was wild I tell you Well thats how the thing started and Mike worked the thing up till all the others quit THE ANTiLOTTERY BILL An Extriict Showing tlie Drastic Nature of the Act WASHINGTON CITY Aug anti lottery bill which passed the house Satur day seems to be a tolerably comprehen sive measure The pith of the act is given below No letter postal card or circular con cerning any lottery socalled gift concern or other similar enterprise offering prizes dependent upon lot or chance or concern ing schemes devised forthepurposo of ob taining money or property under false and no list of the drawings at any lottery or similar scheme and no lottery ticket or part there of and no cheek draft bill money postal note or monev order for the purchase of any ticket tickets or part thereof or of any share or any chance in any such lottery or gift enterprise shall be carried in the mail orduliv cred at or through any postomce or branch tliereof or by any letter carrier nor shall any newspaper circular pam phlet or publication of any kind contain ing any advertisement of any lottery or gift enterprise of any kind offering prizes dependent upon lot or chance or contain ing any lit of prizes awarded atthedrnw NEWS NOVELTIES Twice Bitten by Venomous Cop perhead Snakes A SEABK IS BALTIMORE HABBOB NATION A GAME AFFAIRS Bathcrn Canght in a Pretty Predicament Something olan KelSkin A Granger Buries His Wile at Nljtht nnd to Say Very Mulbattonlan Story from ttie Katmeg Sta Experience an Jllectric Phenone mon GALION O Aug Mrs Mary Boot of Malmsbury the day before the Fourth of July was bitten on her forehead by a copperhead anake while she was putting a pie on the swing shelf in her cellar the snake having climbed to the shelf In some way and itbere coiled The poison of the snake affected Mrs Boot so sirr ously that for several days she was not expected to live being most of the time delirious The venom finally succumbed to treatment and Mrs Root gradually re covered being able to get out of tto house for the first time last week They Seem to Pursue Her Friday she went into the yard to hang up clothesShe bad her clothespins in a muslin bag She laid the bag on the ground until she was ready to use it WTien she thrust her hand into the bag to ake out some clothespins her middle linger was seized by something and in stantly a shock of excruciating pain flashed from her finger to her shoulder She quickly drew her finger from the bag ind dropped tlie bag on the ground The Instant the bag struck the ground a cop perhead snake ran out of it and hurried away in the grass Frightful JSffect of Hie Second Bite Mrs Roots cries brought aid to herbut she became blind and delirious before she could be taken to the house She is now lying in a precarious state and Dr Ball doubts if shs will survive this seconil Injection of copperhead venom into her system while it was still affected by the first charge The copperhead and its mate were found in the high grass and both were killed AN INQUISITIVE SHARK Some Rumors and Facts Concerninjr BBM Ball CHICAGO Aug tiaseball sched ules were played during hist week with nothing sensational except a report start ed Saturday to the effect that the Ameri can association is to be absorbtwd by the Brotherhood The Sporting Times hud this exclusive information but the base ball men said they knew nothing about it though it might b e true as anything might in tha present base ball situation Thrilling Buck Ewing took the trouble to deny that he was going to go back on the Brother hood cmd seemed very much hurt that such a report should have teen started Gcme Into Innocuonj Desuetude One aggregation petered out during the InterState Evansville refused to agree to a hew schedule by which it was to plfty six straight games at Burlington and the Des Moines franchise of the Western league has been bought by Lincoln Neb parties and the schedule will be played out by the new owners The attendance during the week as between the League and Brotherhood was in favor of the Jat ter from 1000 to 1500 nearly day and GDI Saturday the excess was about 3000 How tlie ions Stand INDIANA ITEMS Criminal Occurrences at tha State Capital A OOBDTJOTOB KILLED BY A BOY BroUihaod w Boston Brooklyn Chicago New York 1hUaphla Cleveland Buffalo American i Louisville St Ixiuis Athletic Toledo Rochester Brooklyn n lout po Lenizae won lost pc y7 652 57 43 JUKI 61 31 829 55 42 Vjiiltallaphls 511 JT 52 J3 547 Cincnruitu 58 37 010 51 4tl T2 51 45 531 0 411 Scw Vork 42 437 4O 2 Cleveland 3O U5 313 20 tittilbarg 1S 75 202 Tough Fatally Cat by an Old Man Whom He Had Snloida at Terra Saving HU Yonng Myste rious Costa a Far mer News lsinASAPOLisAng War riner of the Belt railway was mortally wounded Sunday by a pistol shot fired by boys who were on his train Warrinei attempted to drive theua from the train when one of them iired the fatal shot So far the boys have escaped capture John Coleman alias Kaintuck Sunday night fatally shot William Bobinson and escaped The fight occurred while play ing oontz Both are colored Coleman Is believed to be the nugro who killed the marshal of Houghville two Sunday night Harry Kokemiller a lo cal tough assaulted August Depoe aged 55 and the latter used a knife to defend himself with fatal effect cutting Koke miller in numerous pieces A TERRE HAUTE SENSATION LARGE VARIETY 31 H ft22 Western Milwaukee Kaunas City Minnupolla mmvr Sioux Clty Lmtoln Iaui ost po 51 S3 631 33 612 5J 36 591 46 41 520 43 42 506 39 49 443 S3 52 Wi 21 6t 299 reached therefrom Sault Ste Marie JIaruuette Islands ero ings of any sueh lottery or gift enterprise whether said list is of any part or of all of the drawing be carried in the mail or de livered by any postmaster or letter car rier Tlie Sender Liable to Penalty Any person who shall knowingly de posit or cause to be depositedor who shall knowingly sendor cause to be sent anything to be conveyed or delivered by mail in violation of this section shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor and on convictionjihnil ne not more than or by imprison ment for not more than one year or by roth such flue and imprisonment for each ITense Provision is made in the act for the re urn of all moneys to the senders instead f delivery to the pelson or corporation The act however gives no authority for postmasters to open letters HENNEPIN CANAL ALL RIGHT The Seriate Pasaes tlie River and Haiuor Uill with Amendments WASHINGTON CITY Aug the sen ate Saturday the river and harbor bill was urther considered and passed with sun dry new amendments The Hennepin ca nal paragraph was not interfered with and remains in the bill A conference was asked Quay gave notice that he would not call up his resolution to change tho rules before Tuesday The confer ince report on the Chicknmauga park bill was agreed to The house approved of the conference report on the bill to establish a national park at Chicknmauga passed the McKay to adopted some unim portant resolutions The antilottery bill was then taken up under a resolution from Hio committee on rules providing for calling the previous question at p m Atcer debate tho bill was passed A motion to reconsider the votet ou the McKay bill was cuterod by Hayes Found Ieacl in Eefl DETROIT Mich Aug traveling man who came to the Griffin house this city last Thursday evening and registered as F H Fisher New York was found dead in bed Saturday morning He was about 82 years of age He had in his clothes find a gold watch A bottle containing morphine was found in his room and his death resulted from a dose of this drug It is not known whether he took an overdose by accident or committed suicide Ltter it was discovered by marks on his clothing that the name of the unfortunate man was J Linn of New Haven Conn Poor Crop Prospects in South Dakota HIJION S D Aug weekly weather crop bulletin just issued from the United States signal office hero says the drought of the past week continue snn relieved except in a portion of the Black hills country and a few other localties Injury to late crops has become serions in most sections and many points report that corn flax millet and potatoes are too badly injured to be benefitted by rains Reports show that for South Dakota the averages will be about as follows Wheat 10 bushels oats 20 to SO flax 5 British Diplomats Rewarded is Aug recognition of dis Ko Takns a Cruise in n liatbiiis Place at nnHimorc BALTmoiE Aug small boys who every day take a bath in the neigh borhood of the Broadway ferry at Locust Point and in fact anywhere in the aarbor will certainly desist for a few days when they learn that a shark made his appear ance Saturday afternoon abreast of the ferry slip and at once began to acquaint himself with the neighborhood and its ways The first persons to seethe man eater were Capt James B Boone and Lawrence McHngh They observed the monster off the Locust Point elevators and plainly discerned his head fins and tail He appeared to be about twelve feet long nnd Was heading directly for the slip in which lay the schooner William A Marl bury Stampeded the Bathers There were a number of boys in swim ming there at the time and a yell from MI out of the water in short order Some of the boys when they got ashore ran naked and never stopped until they reached their homes several sq tiares away Policemen chased them and threatened to get out warrants on the charge of indecent ex posure Other bathers hid themselves in the coal bins that lined the various wharves where they remained for hours A huge eelskin filled with six bushels of grain which hung over the side of one of the piers was gobbled up by tho shark after which he disappeared in the direc tion of Wilsons coal pier BURIED HIS WIFE IN SECRET Peculiar Conduct of an New Jer sey Farmer NEW YOUK Aug Dun bar o farmer 61 years old is under arrest at Newark N J for secretly burying his wife The old man confessed Saturday that he buried his wife on the farm late one night but said that he would die be fore he would show anybody where the grave was He persisted in saying that she died a natural death snd it is gen erally believed that she did Her condi tion health fully warranted such an as sumption His nephew Mr Crockett said Saturday that the old man was very close in money matters Tha olc man told him that lie had carried the body out dressed in a shroud which Mrs Crockett gave him for the purpose months ago and had buried her with his own hands Search was continued all day yesterday for the body but it could no be found 68 2 Scoros on the Diamond Following are the scores made Saturday and yesiterday League At Boston Bos ton 14 New York 6 Getzein and Hardie Kuaie and Buckley At Cincin 11 Cleveland 0 batteries Rbines and Harrington Young and Zimmer At Brooklyn 8 Phil adelphia H Carruthers and Clark Gleason and C amenta At Chicago 18 Pittsburg 5 batteries Hutchinson and Kittridge Phillips and ecker Brotherhood At Phila Iphiul Brooklyn 4 Sanders id Milligau Weyhing and Murphy At Buffalo 5 Chicago 9 unniagham and and oyle At New New York 15 Bos n 16 Keeff Crane Hatfiold id Evrtng and Gumbert Daly Kelly i Swett At Pittsburg 9 Ievelamd4 Staley and Qiiinn ruber and Sutcliffe Western Saturday At Minneapolis ilwaukee 0 Minneapolis 4 at Kanaas Sioux City 5 Kansas City 3 dark ess Sunday At Omaha 13 envera at Kansas Sinux City 2 lansas City 3 at Minneapo s 0 Milwaukee 2 He Execute point and trouble was expected last night ished services in connection with re Shntitlitir Is UCOSiarV A WOODEN NUTMEG SURE Two Kemnrkable Stories Told in Con iiecticnt HABTFOKD Conn Aug stngula misfortune befell Mrs Luther Robbins o Southiugton one night recently Shi went to bed in normal health and ia th morning was totally blind A still mor inexplicable incident happened in the cas of an Oxford young lady She went t bed with aching teeth and her intention was that a dentist should extricate them on the following day She had a fright fnl night and in the morning was aston ished to find that fifteen of her teeth hac been extracted while she slept and wer scattered about the pillow and other part of her conch Faralyzed by a Fire BalL WlLLIM ASTIC Conn Aug strange fire ball blue and white fell out of b lack cloud at the village of Brooklyn Wmilham cot inty in a terrific thaiicler storm a day or two ago It seemiBd to come straight down from the sky and hit the carriage in which Mr and Mrs Sper ry and their children were driving All were hurled out of the vehicle Mr Robert Pinkerton asked for the release 3f Thomas Burke who was arrested un ier arms but Chief refused say ing that the men were inciting the people to violence THE NERVY TRAIN ROBBER UuHl Crime and Gets a Larpe Sum of Money KAXSAS CITY Mo Aug IS The safe of le Pacific company was robbed f so the report says by train rob the erdiy morning The train which he Kansas City limited express No 3 left ipton Mo at a m Two mys erious figures were seen by the engineer urking around the forward end of the rain but no particular attention was paid o them Just after leaving Tipton the reman turned toward the tender to f re p the engine and looked squarely into A Woman Attempts Suicide In a Ceme Fitzpntrlck TERRE HAUTE Ind Aug sex ton at HighlandLawn cemetery found a woman lying across grave He went up and tried to arouse her but to no avail and then he discovered that she was ap parently dying The woman who proved to be Mrs Plina Old ham was removed and it was found that she hnd taken morphine Twoyears ago ler daughter killed herself by mor phine and the mother was trying to end her owu existence in the same way Mrs Olclham is in a critical condition Fitzpatrlckg Shortnee The bondsmen of exCity Fitzpatrick have received word from him that he would turn over all his property valued at and encumbered to indemnify them for the shortage of reported by the council finance committee This amount was found in his second term The first term is yet to ba investigated Brotherhood Officials on the Move TERRE HATJTE Ind Aug Master Sargent of the Brotherhood of Locomotive firemen and Grand Chief Howard of the Brotherhood of Railway Conductors left Sunday afternoon for Buffalo where they will meet with the grand officers of the Switchmens Aid association and the Brotherhood of Train men to consider the strike situation A Woman Missing MABTINSVILLE Ind Aug Le na Myers a highly respected young woman 23 years of age who lived with Charles Xeal a wealthy farmer south of Brownsburg is mysteriously missing She retired Thursday night at the usual hour seemingly in the best of spirits but her room was nothingleft to telToT her whereabouts Killed by His Own Burglar Trap COLUMBIA CITY Ind Aug gun tore of William Tulle was entered by burglars some time ago and robbed of nearly everything in it Since then he set a trap for the thieves with a loaded double barreled rifle Friday morning when he entered the store his fool struck tho trap THK RELIABLE FLANNEL SACK COAT OTMEB STYLES FLANNEL SHIRTS AND COATS for Infants and Children CaitOTiat b so wen adapted to children that I recommend it as superior to any prescription tuown to me H AABCHER 11 D Ill Bo Oxford St Brooklyn S Y ros promoUB Hi Cu Sour fitonmch Kills Worms pve HK CKITJVB CoMPiSV 77 Murray Street N AGAIN WITH SPECIAL PHICES ON Jewelry Silverware And Spectacles Use Hauks Glasses 25 years ex perience Make no 41O Broadway D A Viciafl Mr Pinkerton said that it Les simply a matter of protecting the PETOSKEY AND HW VIEW Barter j new brakemen and necessary Five Spriiurs Hatior Point Wequcum Pinkertou men arrested baturday night sin etc locaie1 in vicinity TRAVERSE netxtiboriDje Resorts Omena Old Mission KIk Kuiids The many lakes and sTeams afford the finest of flshinsr The Brook Trout tlie celetrared GrajUrK Blick Bojs titid other of gamo nsfl Too train service of the Grand Rapids and stoned them before they fired any Through sleeping cars will be run between Cincinnati Peioskcy and Mackinaw Alito be tween i ani Petiiskey and Mackinaw ria the Michigan Central Kaiiroad and Kala mazc X of I ihots Capt Sheridan tha Tuiul p re inct where the trouble occurred said i It is true that a few wsimen and children threw stones at the men on the freight the above points at reduijed rates i irains early in the afternoon but I saw For descriptive matter time cards and full he Pinkerton tnen Sre at the groups of nformation address I LOCKWOOD GenPass and Tie Grand Rapids Mich cent colonial complications with the Por tuguese government Mr Johnston Brit ish consul at Mozambique has been cre ated a companion of the Order of the Bath and for similar services Mr Bu chanan acting British consul at the same place baa been made a companion of the I Order of St Michael and St George Conllrmert Some Consuls CITY Aug senate in secret session Saturday confirmed the following nominations Alexander Clark of Iowa minister resident and consul gen general to Liberia Samuel McNutt of of Iowa consul at Maracaibo Adam Lieberknecht of Illinois consul at Tsm j Pico Newmans Sermosts To Be Printed LOSDOS Aug transpires that for several years the sermons of Cardinal Xewinan were reported verbatim without j the knowledge of the cardinal The re r the street who had nothing to j have been carefully preserved nnd it do with it whatever and without provocai js intended to pulflish them as noon u tion I told Mr Pinkertan ol this but ha i possible were arraigned in the police court yester day naoi uing and four were admitted to bail for further examination exState Senator Russell and Depot Master Foster going on their bonds One maa was r e Two Contradictory Stories The Pinkerton men claim that the Sperry was badly burned about the legs and arms and his wife and two children were paralyzed It is feared they may not recover the use of their limbs Neither carriage nor horse was much injured Feat of a Qaonoohontaug NEW LONDOS Conn Aug shark came to grief yesterday at the hands of Annie Babcock a Quonochontaug maid The beast became foolhardy and on the crest of a mighty surf billow came way up uuzzles of two revolvers in the hands of wo masked men who were lying on their aces on top of the coal IJaimgoil the Thing Very Well One of the bandits covered the fireman with his revolver while the other took care of the engineer They were told to lold np their hands and the engineer or dered to run the train to the Otter ville water tank in Robbers int just east of Otterville When Robbers Cut was reached the en gineer was commanded to go to the ex ress car and tell the messenger to open hedoor Hedid so under the throat of death if he failed When he reached the car he found the two robbtsrs lad five confederates stationed et convtn ent places about the car all heavily armed and theiir faced concealed behind masks Got Off with tuo TJoodlo He walked to the door of the express car and called to the express messenger Sam Avery to open the door Avery sus pecting no danger pushed back the door As he did so the lender of the robbers and one confederate pushed their revolvers in and ordered the messenger to hold up his hands The order was promptly obeyed and three of the robbers jumped into the car Avery was commanded to open the safe at the point of a revolver and did so One of the robbers unfolded a sock and in it were placed the entire contents of the safe The robbers then made thdfr escape without attempting to molest the passen gers Started on the Troll The engineeir pulled the train into Ot terville a halfmile distant where a purl of the crew wure left to arouse the sherifl and organize a posse to pursue the rob bers The news of the robbery was also telegraphed to the headquarters at St Louiis and all the available detective force of this road vras sent to Robbers Cut The sheriffs xsse and the detectives lire now iscourinsJithe country for the robbers The exact amount of money and valua bles stolen cannot be learned but it understood the money in the safe aggre gated about rrs000 mostly in pape money and that the other valuable prop erty amounted to about The rob bers are unknown tbe 1099 Leu Than SEDALIA Mo Aug was received last evening of the arrest o a suspect at Madison Station on the Mis souri Kansiis and Texas ninety miles from the scene of the robbery Snperin tendent Fuller of the Pacific Sxpiress t company telegraphed from St Louis Jlas night that the loss was considerable less nd he received both loads in huj side illing hira almost instantly Democratic Tlckctt Nominated DELPHI Ind Aug Demo ratio county convention was held in this ity Friday and the following nomina ons made Bepresentative J L John on clerk Dr Edward Wallar auditor Isaac Reynolds treasurer William Guck ec sheriff J W Sims recorder George hompson surveyor Virallie A Farmers lEluavyXoss COLOMBCS Ind Aug larm barn of Josiah Beatty in this city was consumed by fire Friday Seven thou sand bushels of wheat 9030 bushels of corn and 100 tons of hay were destroyed ogcther with nine road wagons six twine ilnders and other farming implements i insurance Alger and Tanner Will Be There GOSHENInd Aug northern Indiana and southern Michigan soldiers reunion which is to be held here Sept promises to be an affair of national inter ist as exCommanderinCliief Alger will be the orator of the day Corporal Tan ner is also expected to be present Selected a County Ticket MABTESSVILLE Ind Aug Dem ocrats of Owen county met and selected the following county ticket Representa tive J L Smith clerk W S Johnson auditor Dr Hickam treasurer W F Cassady sheriff Daniel Johnson record er L D Coats She Waa Tired of Living HcsriSGToy Ind Aug of the oldest residents of this county Mrs Sarah Hunt aged 70 years living at Andrews six miles west of this city committed sui cide by hanging The only cause assigned for the deed is continued ill health Insane EriongU to Suicide MAHTINSVIIXE Ind Aug Corliss a highly respected young man o Hendricks county committed suicide h hanging himself in a barn at his brothers j home He had just been released from the insane asylum as cnred The Kalsei Welcomed b Czar NABTA Aug German emperor arrived here from Reval at 8 oclock last evening and was met at the railway sta tion by the czar who was attired in a German military uniform The two mon archs were immediately taken to the villa set apart for their conference The route from the station was closely guarded by trpops Later in lhe evening the imperial W H uQNHSQN President J F JQMSON Cashier STATE NATIONAL BANK IDEIJPOQIT The Safes in this absolutely Burglar and Fire Proof Vault are especially adapted for the deposit of Deeds Mortgages Xotes Bonds and ail Valuable Papers also Jewelry etc Rents sre place at nominal priccii of S1 to per year each The Vnulta end Safes are fitted with all modern improvements and we cordially invite the public to call and inspect then S Is EXTRA PALE one of the Purest and Best Products made anywhere in the Country On Tap at all Sample Rooms In the city box to all parts of the city for Fsimily Use Delivered by the J The Tailor 3O8 BROADWAY Between 6th and 6th Sts party proceeded to St Petersburg j than but he declined to give figj thej vfele warmiy received by the popu lace Trottling BUM mt Chicago CEICAOO Aug fine weather a grand carnival of trotting sport is prom isecl at Washington park this week The The Weatlrer MMV Expert TVomen Are Carlouif CdlCAOO Aug Harris who it is alleged tried to kill Nellie Tayloi Friday night was arraigned before Jus tice Prindiville Saturday The woman tremblingly appealed to the court to be lenient with her assailant She attempted to that she had been seriously as saulted but tho evidence of other wit nesses was so strong the prisoner that he was held to the grand jury in bonds of and fined on a charge of vagrancy and disorderly conduct Suicide of a Millionaire NEW YoiKAug Joseph A Jameson of the well known Broad street firm of bankers and brokers Jame son Smith 3 Co committed suicide by hanging yesterday at the resilience of his sister Mrs Amos Colling on Fifth ave nue Temporary ineanity caused by ill ness is giren as the cause Mr Jameson leaves a widow and five adult children WM Either Murder or Sulclde TBOS MOTOTAIS MiA Aug Early Saturday morning thn body of a er was found near the Milwaukee and Northern railroad track His throat cut from ear to ear His skull was also badly fractured Nothing was found oa his person to lead to his identity Probev bly a case of murder dy acrovrdor tongns ioirarew a re volver and shot John Clelatid through tbn lungs and Al Cleland in the arm Jobrt Cleland cannot recover Hair that is brushed regularly nifht ant morning If only for a few minutes at time will require u frequent wurttnj will eUpta and Too much washing renders hair harsh iiaddrr iseu U3uiiij5iuii ynn honw frorn 8 D HL Testerdan For the sttandwhere Annie was strolling and opens thu afternoon and mil j sho was clubbed to death by bar contjnna jay3 On Wednesday Palo i scratberu portion cooler in souther i continue six days s A toor counterfeit in circulation j Alto and Jack will trot for and on i WASHISGTOX CITY Aug very Saturday Sniaol poor counterfeit of the silver certifl worlds recoid of 208K cate has made its appeirance in the south Had Jits Uifcor Jor It is of the act of 1STS series ISSO check DATTGS letter C B K Bruce register and A U j Wyman treasurer with 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