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Logansport Pharos (Newspaper) - August 25, 1890, Logansport, Indiana LOGANSPORT DAILY PHAROS I6TH YEAE MONDAY EVENING AUGUST 25 1890 NO 30HN C3orner BRAWNS BATTLE C J Of all kin Js STORE JpjftED FULL Both upstairs and down Prices Rigrht COME AND SEE US CLOSING OUT From this date I will buy no moro Sofonu Hand oods of any description I intend to cose out all of my stock with the intention of starting up a straight out and out Fur niture Store and carrying a com plete Stock of Trunks and Valises Take advantage of these closing out prices and call early GEO W RODAFER Slfi Itroiulway IMurdo k Hotel N B I have over 175 Watches that I want to close out to realize the money In vested in them Also over 1OO Heating Stoves that will be sold very cheap D IOfANS OPKItA HOUSE WM POIAN MANAflKK OMK NIC1IIT ONLY MONDAY AUGUST 25th BEflCH STBOWERS FAMorS Minstrels AN I Finest Uniformed Band in the World TUtitTY TMSTlXOIJtSUKD AlCTISTS A ViisE orjfiiiilzHtion Beyond jucstlon Great er IKttT and SiipTior nil MitiHtrtjIs of the Iast an ijivsnt nmktnir it tin Men and Heal mobilization of ail Monareug of tho Minstrel World Absolutely an entire eh uitfo of Programme since our hist visit Watch for our Gmiifi Jockey Uniformed Hand Street Parade at Noon Scute fit oiiip yj Vaniuet 50c Sortta on enluat Kecsltny J BEflL ESTATE For sale 12 residences on For siile 11 residences on Spenr street For stile 3 residences on Market street For sale residences ou NinthEleventh nm Eighteenth streets For sale resiliences rn North street For sale residences ou Ohippewn and Miami slrefcts For sale residences on Toledo street For sale lots in all parts of the citr For sale cheap lots between Smend and George streets frotu to each r Farms to tradi for city property Lots wanted on High North Broad way and Market streets For particulars write or enquire of M M GORDON Pension nnd Heal Estate Agent Room No 8 Elliott Block Loijnnsport Ind FURNITURE FRIGES THE LOWEST Our None but the liest Workmanship Allowed to Leave our Salesroom New Pension Law POP All Soldiers Who are dependent upon their own daily tabor for support For Soldiers and Sailors widows For Children under 1G years of age For children permanently helpless and for dependent parents Apply in person or by letter infor mation blanks and instructions to GORDON Pension Agent Elliott Block Logansport Ind Proceedings of the Federation Council at Terre Haute j THE LIMITS OP ITS AUTHOBITY A Orievamfr Wanted in Order to Perform Trouble Prom nt Powderlya Comments on Jind Strike at tin Cliiiagu Stock Yards Likely to IVIak Men Jndorjed by of the tlnn HAUTE Ind Aug All day fl 11 m to 10 p twelv1 men who are supposed to have the traffic inturusts of the country by the tail were in conclave at the Terre Haute house UK all day long that place was throned Ijy reporters and other with a mini to find out what was going on It took Chief nearly all day to pre sent the of ficts etc ho had gath ered in New York und when the twelve adjotirnid tluy left the imitter of a strike or utliu1 no be jivcii the Knights of Lubor iu the handy of H committee of Downey mid Debs This committee did not announce any plnn Saturday and yes terday the only one ac work was Debs who locked himself LIJI for eiyht hours writing a report it LH presumed which will be considered today At S p m yes terdiiy tbe committee was in session con sidering the report the Keilurattoii Cnnnot Do There is probably some mistake in the public mind as to what the Federation can do it being taken for granteci that it just conclude to order out every man connected with it grievance or no grievance Thin is not so Neither the bodies federated cim be ordered to strike unless one of them has a grievance which the employers refuse to redress That is the constitution and the strike cannot be ordered for the whole Federation except by a unanimous vote of the council The question is consequently complicated But If the council lituls that it cannot order out its men without overritliny the consti tution it will without question come to the rtlief of the knights in some other way hat has yet to be determined Wlmt It On Do There are three courses open to the FtMkrution it can call out its members ami thereby increase tho numerical pro portions of the attacking ing there is a grievance it can present u hill of grievances of its own to President Webb and his associates and thus harass the enemy on its flank or ic cnn make the cause of the knights Its own by affording them material assist ance and sustenance ns long as the strug gle continues What it will do is not to be told at this writing A telegram sent to Pmvdcrly by Sargent Saturday at 10 p m was noncommittal to a degree It slating that no decision had been arrived that the inter ests of the knights will receive duo con sideration A SemlOmdiil Announcement It was announced last night that the result of the meeting the supreme council would be made public by noon today POWDERLY ON WEBB AGAIN The Muster Workman Ioea Not Kellovo tho Vico rrwtiiUiits Lutest NEW YOUK Ana 25 Iowclerly in a re pjy to Vice President Webbs atatemenfc in which he says that the causes which led to the discharge of tho New York Cen tral employes wera drunkenness incapac ity insubordination etc begins by prac tically calling He then pro Cecils to say that Webb relies upon the statements of subordinates iu regard to the man Onu of tho subordinates is fore man John Briggs Powilerly submits the allidavifcs of severzvl men whoallege that they were required to pay a month to their boss in order to keep their positions under Brijrgs also that the use of liquor was condoned if the liquor wrvs shared with the boss Something More to the Point Powderly says that by refusing an in vestigation Webb has made it impossible to expose such abuses which are going on under his nose Powrlerly then quotes some utterances of Depew in favor of ar bitration Ho also asserts that reliable meu have informed him that they wero asked by their foreman if they were Knights of Labor and on replying iu the affirmative they were ischarged no other cause being assigned An investigation would have shown whether Webbs in formants or Powclerlys informants told the truth Kpforpncr to Chief Arthur Powderly was asked what he thought of Chief Arthurs utteranco He said he had wired Arthur when he went to Cleveland to meet him but never saw anything of the chief nor could he find him anywhere Referring to Arthurs statement that he had not of engineers taking tho places of striking firemen Powderly said Of course he would not hear of such a thing but if the Knights of Labor did anything of the kiml I would very quickly honr of it Why his meu would just as soon go to Mr Depew with their com plaints as they would to him All I want Mr Arthur to do is to declare which side he is on Its an easy matter for Mr Ar thur to settle the doubting it he feels in clined to do so Powderly Goes to Albany General Master Workman PowderlySec retary Hayes and John Devlin of the ex ecutive board of the Knights of Labor loft last night for Albany The board will be joined at Albany by J J Holland and its future movements will be determined It has been decided however to establish headquarters here to conduct the opera tions of the strike Devlin and Hayes said that nothing definite had been heard from Terre Haute TALKING OF MORE TIEUPS All Railways That Handle Central freight To Be Struck Against ALBVST N Y Aug which li likely to spread the strike on the Cen tral to other roads is the handling by the latter of Central freight Central j freight is freight that has boon car ried over the New York Central in any direction as far as the latter line can take It and then turned over to a connecting i line to carry the remainder of the way to its destlnntion the connecting Hue of course being paid for its service not by the Central but by tbe shipper although the Central may act as the shippers agent i 11 the matter On account of handling i Central freight the Delaware and Hud SOD has another strike on its hands like that of last week But now the railway afllcials say they will serve shippers by handling Central freight or know why they can not In consequence of this question of j untiling Central freight the situation tare last nieht was more than tny stags since the strike began Despite the fact that no action has been taken at Terre Haute it is altogether probable that by noon today every railroad run ning into this city will be tied up These roads are the New1 York Central Wrist shore Delaware and Hudson Boston and Albany and Fitchbarg roads The Cen tral and Delaware and Hudson are now partially crippled The unions threaten to shut down every road that handles freight that comes here over the Central tracks What the Ballwsy Officials Say The rail way officials say that they will consider every man discharged who does not report for work today and proceed to nonunion men The D and H did little business yesterday It is the di rect connection for the north for the Cen tral the West Shore and Pennsylvania railroads The strike if general will cut off the supplies of such summer resorts as Saratoga Luzerne Lake George and oth ers all of which depend on the large cities for them THE STRIKE AT CHICAGO BOBEAL ZEPHYES Stones und CouplingPing Make the Tie Up Developments CmCAGO Aug 25 7000 and 8000 men were temporarily thrown out of employment in the stock yards on ac count of the strike of the engineers and firemen of the Railway Switching associ tion but if the strike continues at least 15000 men will be in idleness One firm tried to move refrigerator cars by hand so as to enable them to get out a big con signment of beef but the their men touched the cars they were set upon by a gang of switchmen who drove them into the packing house before a fusillade of couplingpins and stones If the rocn do not return ti work volun tarily at once on the terms that have been offered them by the railroad superintend ents the latter will declare the switching association dissolved The men through their representatives yesterday said that they would not resume work until the engineers were paid SO and I he fire men 20 cents an hour The switching etc at the yards is done by an association which hires engines from the roads and otherwise la independent of them ItsdRsso lution meians that the engines will be sent back to the roads to which they belong and the work will be done if done at all by the railways Aye Theres the Rub But will it be done 81 ally That is the question The association managers say yes the strikers say no The latter de clare that such action will make a bigger tanglethan ever and the packers seem to agree with them arid it looks at this time us though if the strike is not settled before dark tonight the entire packing industry will probably have to suspend operations throwing over 12000 men into temporary idleness The strikers so far have been generally successful in prevent ing packing house employes from unload ing and moving curs Some Alii and Comfort for Webb AMSTERDAM N Aug largs number of manufacturers of tnis city have signed u letter which has been sent to Vice President Webb in which he is congratulated on the manly stand he has taken against the strikers The manu facturers say they hope and trust that he will not recede from his position and they predict that he will come off victori ous if he remains nrra Ulncklistlng Statesmen ALBANY N Y Aug executive board of the State Worklngmeus assem bly and the legislative committee of the same met yesterday afternoon to prepare their annual record of tho uttitmlo of the members of the assembly of the last set sion in regard to the various bills whose passage were advocated by working peo ple Theresult was that fifteen members were blacklisted for voting agtlthst labor bills Dupew Sntlstled to Stay Awuy PARIS Aug M Depew arrived hero Saturday night Ha is in no hurry to return to the United States and will not return before the middle of Sep tember He says he has been fully in formed of the Central strike Further than this he would say nothing SENATOR INGALLS THEOLOGY He AHHcrts the Immortality ot the Soul und Existence of it Creator WASHINGTON CITY Aug senate did nothing Saturday except listen to eulogies on the late Senator Beck As is always the case when he speaks on a sub ject the oration of Senator Ingalls was one of the most notable He said in part To exist is exultation to live forever is our aublimest hope Annihilation ex tinction and eternal death are the fore bodings of despair Nations die and races expire humanity itself is destined to ex tinction The last man will perish and the sun will rise upon nn earth without an inhabitant With the disappearance of man from the earth all traces of his ex istence will bo lost The great globe itself all which it inherits shall dissolve and like thUu nsubstantial page ant fade and leave not a wrack behind Au Omnipotent Intelligence There id an intelligence so vast and en during that to it the naming interval be tweeia the birth and death of universes is no more than the flash of fireflies above the meadows of summer a colossal power by which these stupendous orbs launched in he abyss like bubbles blown by a child in the morning sun and whose sense of justice and reason cannot be less potential than those immutable statutes that ffire the law of being to the creatures he hns made and which compel them to declare that if the only object of creation Is destruction if infinity is the theater of an uninterrupted series of irreparable ca lamities if the final cause of life is death then nime Is an inexplicable tragedy and eternlity an illogical and indefensible ca tastrophe Tho Promise of Jeans Christ This obsequy is an affirmation ito those who survive that as our depart 3d associate contemplating at the close of his life the monument of good deeds he had erected more endurine than aud loftier than the pyramids of kings mighil exclaim with the Roman poet MNron omuis moriar so turning to the silent and unknown future he could re ly with just and reasonable confidence upon that most impressive and mo mentous assurance ever delivered to the human race He that believeth in Me though he were dead yet shall he live and whosoever liveth and believeth in Me shall never die1 A Novel Convention NEW YORK Aug began one of the most unique conventions ever held in New York It was a gathering for mutual benefit and discussion of the in structors of deaf mutes representing seV entythree institutions scattered through out Idie country France Italy Spain and cither countries were represented by proxy Rev William Scayner D D of London was present on behalf of Eng land Canada was represented by B Matiieson of Ontario and J Scott Button of Nova Scfetia They Come Down by Way of the Dakotas STEW YORK HAS AH AUGUST SrEtTES And the Heautlfnl Snow Makes a Rather Irevioud Effort in mer llesort Guiug to Balls in Pairs and Very Sudden Tumble for the Drop of 21 Degrees in 15 Honrs NEW YOBK Aug was as cold yesterday as it has ever been in this city la the month of August at least as far back as the signal service records ran At 3 oclock in the morning according to Sergeant Dunns official thermometer the temperature was 51 degrees The signal service records here began on Jan 1 1871 The thermometer registered 51 degrees on Aug 24 1885 The next lowest tempera ture was 55 degrees on Aug 27 1873 This is the usual drop iu the thermometer which which for some mysterious reason that meteorology has not yet fathomed almost invariably takes place at the same time in August each year The fall the temperature was about a day ahead of time this year as it generally takes place on Aug 25 A Visitor from Dakota The fall in the temperature this year as stated is below the average Sergt Dunn told reporter last night that the cold wave came from the northwest where it developed last Friday morning over North Dakota On Thursday morning it wag central in South Dakota aud Minnesota and reached its maximum in its entire ex tent at St Vincent Minn where the thermometer registered 2 degrees below freezing iaud frost fell throughout the entire northwestern region On Saturday morning the cold covered all the central valleys and lake regionand it was spread over the Atlantic coast as far south as Virginia Drop in the Mercury In this city the mercury in the signal service thermometer made the extraordi nary drop of twentyone degrees in fifteen hours Temperature began to fall Satur day afternoon at 3 oclock when the ther mometer registered 72 degrees The mer cury fell rapidly until It reached its low est point atSldegreesat lioclockyesterday morning Then it began to rise slowly It touched 63 degrees at 9 oclock last night and was still going upward People who were out of on Saturday afternoon did not need an official explanation of the fact that it grew cold very suddenly A brisk northwest wind whirled dowu and chilled everybody At night folks slept under blankets and yesterday they came out of doors wearing their frill undercloth ing OUR GLORIOUS CLIMATE THE BALL SITUATION Reports Generally Figrorea the Game CHICAGO Aug It is stated by good authority on base ball matters that there is nothing in the world more uncer tain thaa the correctness of the figures given out by the two rival base ball ag gregations as the daily attendance at games The assertion is boldly made that j they are worse than the Minne apolis census returns and are utterly use less ns a basis for outsiders to mske cal culations from It is fortunate that the figures upon which predictions as to j which club will win the pennant are based j are impossible of alteration As to this feature of the game Boston seems just now to have a good show for both flags It is second and not a bad one in the League and first in the Brotherhood Where the Stand The foil owiug tables show the position of the clubs with reference to head pf the list Some Little Eccentricities Considering Unit it is August MILTON Pa Aug temperature that was up in the eighties Friday after noon with occasional flushes of lightning changed shortly after midaight and by 5 oclock Saturday morning there was a quarter of an inch of snow on the awn ings of the stores in the business part of the town The early freight trains on both tho Philadelphia Erie and the Philadelphia Reading roads were cov ered with about a half inch of snow Went to the I3all in Overcoats ASBURY PARK N J Aug thermometer Saturday night reaisteredSO degrees A cool land breeze prevailed all Saturday driving most of the people from the beach The ladies went to the balls wrapped in furs their escorts wear ing heavy overcoats Struck by a Snow Squall EASTOS Pa Aug Buss who drives the mail between Easton and Saucon says that on Saturday morning while passing through lower Saucon on his way to Eastona snowsquall prevailed for flye to ten minutes the flakes falling thick and fast Brothhood won lost R Doston Brooklyn New York Chlcayo Pbllaphla iituburu ClEiveland 39 KT 44 5B4 57 4 a 574 47 Ma 54 40 VJ4 42 52 44H 56 Buffalo 28 00 American won lost pr Louisville BL Louis Columbus Toledo Rochester Athletic Syracuse Brooklyn 62 39 52 45 49 45 821 49 45 p21 48 511 38 20 Lingua won lost pc Boston ClnLtnciatL Phllapbla ChlCimi Vork Cleveland Httabunt r7 34 38 39 037 606 539 446 316 180 Weitern WC2 lost PO 60 33 645 vlIlooaClty 5C 34 823 irtnepolU 56 37 602 enver 48 43 827 45 SOU 41 51 446 36 57 387 27 67 Sioux City Omaha Lnioln Ovution to Dillon and OBrien LONDON Aug demonstration at Limerick yesterday iu honor of John Dillon and William OBrien was a great one in point both of numbers and enthu siasm There wero 30000 men in the pro cession with bauds and banners innu merable The meeting was intended as a testimonial of sympathy with Dillon in his controversy with Bishop ODwyer over thet Persico mission as well as a sort of farewell to both of them before their departure for America The speeches were of a character to encourage the Irish people in their recent political course Mr Dillon indulged in some bitter denuncia tion of Bishop ODivyer Huntingtons First American Ship NORFOLK Va Aug Interest Ing ceremony of rechristening a steam ship and raising over her the flag of the United States was performed Saturday at Newport News The steamship San Benito formerly the English ship Kim berly stranded on the Virginia beach two years ago Sho was purchased by Mr C P Huntington and has been completely rebuilt at the Newport News ship yard at a cost of 1300000 Papers have been is sued to her as an American ship This is the first achievement of the new ship yard at Newport News One or the Hanlons Takes a Fall NEW YORK Aug Haulon aged 30 fell from a trapeze at the Academy of Music Saturday night owing to the breaking of the guy rope He struck two unoccupied seats in the or chestra narrowly nissing the occupants of adjoining seats He was seriously in jured but not fatally The accident caused great excitement and brought the performance to an abrupt close the au dience refusing the managers offer to continue Hanlon is one of three brothers in the HanlonVoltev combination Killed DT a Central Train PoDGBKEEFsnt N T Aug Lake and James Dorsey resi ienta of this city were struck by a New York Central train while walking over a trestle just above the station and thrown a distance of thirty feet Luke was killed but Dorsey escaped with slight injury Seems to be H Profitable Margin BASGOE Me Aug steamer River Mersey of Glasgow sailod from this port Friday for Aspinwall with 10 000 tons of ice The was purchased here at per ton It will retail in Aspin wall for about per ton ABare Thins in German j LOSDOS Aug burgomaster of Osterwoeck has convicted of forging an official document and sentenced to a long term of imprisonment For snch an estMmed functionary to be convicted of a crime is so rare In Germany thatthe laci rlent maci attention 2GO St Paul Scores uu the litininond The following are the latest scores on the ball field League BostonCleveland game grounds At Phil 7 Pittsburg 0 and Schriver Espor and Wilson At 4 Chi cago 3 and Clarke Hutchison and Kattriflge At New York York 7 Cincinnati 3 Sharrott and Murphy Ruines and Har rington Brotherhood At 10 Buffalo 0 and Murphy Doe and Halligan At adelphia 12 Chicago 10 ders and Milligan Barston and Boyle At Xew York 6 Cleveland 5 and Brown Gruber and BrennanAt 9 Pitts burg 8 und Daily Tener nud Quinn Western Saturday At Kansas Denver 4 Kansas City 8 at Lincoln 1 Milwaukee 16 Sunday At 0 Milwaukee 8 at Sb game Minneapolis 9 St Paul 3 second game St Paul 6 at Sioux 0 Sioux City 1 Srniol Lowers Her Own Record CniCAGO Aug S is still queen ot the turf Sunul Saturday aftfir noon ailing to bent her time The latter however won new laurels by lowering her fouryearold record to PINKERTONS IN ENGLAND Jjabor Leader Hums Grows Greatly lElx cited Over the Proposition LONDOX Aug large meeting of clock laborers was held yesterday at whjch John Burns the creator of tthe union and who is looked up to by them as almost superhuman delivered a spirited harangue He referred to the proposed union of ship owners and said he had heard that they were considering the ad visability of establishing a Pinkerton force similar to tiiat which is by private corporations in America He excitedly declared that if this were at tempted the dockers would raise the hair of tbose hired assassins in less than twentyfour hours We will compete with these Janizaries revolver to revol ver cried the orator and his words were greeted with tumultuous applause Unnecessarily Excited Burns remarks were probably intended chiefly to rouse the feelings of the men and stimulate their enthusiasm for he knows as well as any one that Che Pinkeir ton system would not be tolerated in Eng land The chief of the London police would be obliged to retire in disgrace if he should admit his impoiency to protect property by allowing the employment of private armed police by business concerns Nor would any corporation think of going to the expense of hiring such a force for nothing is more certain under English law than that every penny of damage done to property by strikers or rioters can be recovered promptly by the injured party from the pubic funds Nor does the necessity of employing private police exist here to tbe extent that it seems to in the United States for there is not the same hesitancy here iu calling upon the military to aid the civil authorities Have it Corner on Labor Matters are different in England in an other way The trades unions practically include all the workingmen of the king dom When therefore as in Wales a British railway 13 stopped by a strikeit need not expect to replace the men and go on with its business It is a question only of whether the railway or the strikers caa hold out the longest Strikes have al ready driven much shipping teom the port of London so much so that ship owners as well as dock owners are alarmed nnd are looking about them as to what can be done for relief HOOSIEEDODIG8 Romantic Wedding of a New Albany Maiden Anybody Seen This Man MARLBORO Mass Aug B Morse aged 21 a native of this town aon of Jedediah Morse left St Louis about June 5 without money and has not been heard from since Money sent to him Toy mail to St Loais was not called for and has been returned He was in poor health aud spirits at the time and his sudden disappearance is a source of great anxiety to his relatives He was about 5 feet 10 inches high weighed 130 or 140 pounds and carried an ordinary canvas valise Cause of tlte Beading Diaufcer Pa Aug has been defi nitely ascertained that the Mount Perm accident was caused by the failure of the brakes to work A new automatic airbrake had been put on the car two weeis ago and it had been working satis factorily until the car started on its fatal journey TVIH Try to Do Up the Black Pearl BOSTOX Aug Kelleher the Boston middleweight fighter has accepted the offer of the Twin City club of Minne apolis of a purse of for a fight between Kelleher and the Black Pearl sarly in October The Plucky Qnem of Italy Aug Queen of Italy has maintained her reputation for pluck and endurance by climbing the mountain of Monza 100 0 feet high during a rain storm which turned into enow before top wafi reached Captain Too Shouldnt FBASKFOBT Sj Aug a bar fight in this city Saturday night Capt R L Burnett United States engin eer in charge of the Kentucky river im provement Nras stabbed in the forehead and in the back Four arrests have beta made MAEBIED nr TEE DEAD OP NIGHT it The Candidates for Matrimonial BUM b Occupying One Buggy and the Preacher Another the Place Beinff the High Flight Down a Democratic State Con NKw ALBANY lad Aug most romantic wedding which took place two months ago involving one of the most prominent familieshns just come to light and creates a big sensation It was a se cret marriage at the dead of night on B lonely road with the dashboards of two buggies for the altar rail aud the June moonlight for tapers The marriage oc curred June 24 and the persons most near ly interested were Edward Hullmau a wellknown accountant of Louisville and Miss Ella Schrader daughter of John Sshrader Sr the millionaire Jnrniture manufacturer of thta city The two had been sweethearts for years but as the young mau was poor anything like seri ous attentions was frowned on by the young ladys parents although he wat still allowed to visit her Came to Sudden Resolve Last June Miss Schrader returned from a visit abroad and met her persistent lover the evening after she reached home They were together in the early evening when the secret marriage was agreed upon Talking over the plan for a few minutes they concluded to be married that very night It waa the timo for a drive and buggy cuine round to the Schrader home about 7 oclock Hullman who had been out uppareutly only to order the vehicje whispered to his sweetheart that all was arranged and told the Schrader family that they were going for a short drive He bad reully been to his friend Fred Lauer deputy clerk of the county court and pro cured a marriage license which he carried in his pocket Tbe Wedding on the Highroad They got into the buggy and drove out the Charleston pike Three miles out and near the country house of Mayor Mc Donald they were met by another buggy occupied by two men The latter were the Rev J B Timberlake pastor ot the Tabernacle Baptist church of New Al bany and Robert T Morris county au ditor an intimate friend of young Hull ninn The two buggies met and stopped The couple in the going north were a moment later declared husband and wife Mrs Hullmau is a petite and pretty blonde a little past 18 years of age and will probably Inherit a half million dol lars Were Wedded at Dawn GOSHES Ind Aug Wallace and Miss Lulu Tupping of this city eloped at midnight Friday to Michigan where they were married at dawn Satur day Miss Lulus parents had forbidden her to have anything to do with Wallace but aided by a bedspread rope she out did them and is now a 10yearold bride THE DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION Names of Those Wliio Have Entered foi Nomination INDIANAPOLIS Ind Aug Democratic State Convnntion will as semble in this city next Thursday Several of the ludiana delegation in Congress will be present and either Congressman Cooper or Congressman Bynum will preside For Secretary of State Claud Matthews of Verrnillion county CaptW Jv Hilligass of Dela ware Col John Cee of Montgomery and James B Clark of Monroe will cross lances Oscar Henderson of Howard James Lavelle of Dnviess and George Greene of Posey are in lists for the nomination for auditor of state Thomas Byrne of Vanderburg P H McCormack of Bartholomew Albert Gall of Marion Henry Berghoff of Allen and James Slack of Huntington are after the treas urership Some Other Wlllin Ones ExState Senator Smith of Jennings anri James McCabe of Warren are the only contestants for the office of attorney general For clerk of the supreme court J T Fanning of Marion George Pleas ants of Switzerland Daniel McDonald of A M Sweeney of Jasper Nel son Hunter of Wabash and white of Jackson are actively at work James Marlow of Sullivan B F Whis ier of Wnyne H D Vories of Johnson fiTE Griffith of Clinton are after the of fice of uuperintendent of public instruc tion Death Ended Her Sufferings DECATUK Ind Aug John Rnrit who was so Iwdiy burned last Mon day night lingered in great distress until Saturday when death put an end to her sufferings Mrs Breit had been baking bread in a kitchen bVnve when the paper lying on top of the loaves becoming Ig nited the blaze caught her clothing and being all alone she was horribly roasted All of her clothing except a small part of a sleeve was burned from her body when she was rescued by the neighbors Kpldemic of Diphtheria INDIANAPOLIS Aug in epidemic in Jasper county and unusu ally fatal John Zimmer moved to Chi cago four months ago and while and one child died His widow returned and soon after another child died The Zimmers and another family in all thir teen persons reside in one house an d out of nine cases six persons Save died Slade Unpleasant Discovery INDIANAPOLIS Aug E Rhein hold an attorney of this city has dis covered that he has been living since 1885 with a woman who has another ausband He has filed suit to have his marriage an nulled Her first husband is in the regular army having deserted his wife shortly before Rheinhold married her Hooaler News Xottn James Ritchies house west of Goshen burned while the family was absent Loss 17000 fully insured George Freese Sr aged 60 years a for mer resident of Goshen dropped dead in his office at Napanee from a stroke of apo plexy The Farmers Alliance of the Second congressional district has nominated Sampson Cox Democrat for congaess HANDSOME GOODS LARGE VARIETY FLANNEL SHIRTS AND THE RELIABLE FLANNEL SACK COAT OTHER Ejgjj 6TYLES COATS IVITH SPECIAL P1UCES ON Jewelry Silverware And Spectacles Use Hauks Glasses 25 years Ex perience Make no 41O Broadway D A ty Driving Park AGRTCULTURAL SOCIETY Qf Peru Ind will hold their Fair September 15 to 19 3890 Furl Mile Track Fine Races Each Day Special Rates on Railroad 5500 IN Single Judges in all Live Stock Departments i FORGET THE DATE Come one come all and we will please you F w OONRADT secy ABBREVIATED TELEGRAMS It is figured that the Old Colony rail way accident will cost the company 000 not counting tue loss on rolling stock The medical officer of Clonakilty Ire land reports 3000 cases in which starva tion will occur unless relief speedily ar rives A Jack the Ripper has been at work at Palermo Italy aud several women and children have been murdered and muti lated The complete list of the people who were killed instantly or died later of the cyclone at Wilkesbarre Pa con tains sixteen names The oiBclal report of the registrar of vital statistics shows that twentyseven persons have died in London during the past year of starvation pure and simple There are about 4000000 people in Lon don It ia reported that war has broken out between Hayti and Dominica the Hay tiens having been the aggressors A fight has taken place in which be were repulsed and twentythree men killed Congressional wiseacres arefiguring out whether the law known as the antitrust not intended to do not cover the matter strikes like that of the New York Central It is entitled iin act to protect tradeamlcomnierco against unlawful restraints and monopolies Kaiser Wilhelm bid au revoir tothe Saturday night and steamed away for Germany A 4andnhftlfyeftrold boy at Stoke uponTrent England has developed a character that entitles him to be strangled at once He deliberately drowned three children of about his own age by pnsbing them into the water Postofllce Inspectors Fleming and West last week took iu Hollis S Cutter postal clerk on the Grand KapUls and La railway for robbing the mails The steal ings had been going on for a year and thousands of dollars must have taken Sir Ed win Arnold the British poet is reported MA having turned Japauese and given credit for an invincible determina tion to wed a young maiden of that country whom he bos been teaching Eng lish The Iowa African Methedist Episcopal conference has adopted calling for the passage of the national election law Harvey A Smith a farmer living near Mulvane Kan was fataily trampled Sat urday by a vicious stallion The private banking house of Clifton H Barrett Lonisvide has failed Blew in too much money at poker Judge llagie of Pittoburg recently or iered a murderer nnder sentence of death to be sent to a lunatic asylum as he was Insane The sheriff says be will hang the man unless the governor interferes tlin judge to the contrary nofwithstandina Will Senie Jfoxt NEW YOUK Aug Allison and John McNaiunra the cattlemen who at tempted to run things on tto Britten Kteancr Chicago on her Into passage iither were Saturday returned to Eng land for trial under tbo new extradition treaty between the United States sell Great Britain Took GOO KKllota to Nominate PALKBTISK Tex Auj DMUC cratic convention Friday night on the 523d billot nominated John B Lang tit congress The We Tlcpcct WABHrsoTOS Cirr Aug are tho weather predictions for thirtyelf hours frora S p m For PUowersf southerly winds slightly warmer ID central portion elsewhere stationary tent peraturc For Showers eocttierlr winds warmer in western stationary fctnre in eastern portion For Cpper Michigan slightly warmer southerly winds For Lower rain nmithcrlj winds ellght changes in temperature For rains southerly windet slightly warmer For ninat y winds warmer except In extreme t portion atatlonary temperature from Hair Will a hair from a horses mane or tail develop into a snake if placed in water Scientific men say not but J H Pierce of Mount Pleasant Derby that scientific men dont know ererjr thing Mr Pierce claims that under certain conditions he can and hat pro duced from horse hairs perfectly formed makes the head being fully developed with eyes and mouth the reptile having life motion and growing in length and i thickness Hehag at present IB process of evolution with which he pecta to mlence all doubt to the troth j of his utetements A few ago Mr Pierceoobtained two hair M calls them and exhibited them to i era persons whose opinions appear to j evenly divided aa to whethei they species of water snake or really produced by a horse hair It required about thrw months to develop the snaket Mr Flam Cor New York Son PHILADELPHIA Aug body ol William H Lee who had been musing from his home 21M Orianna street since Thursday evening last was found boiled nnder the debris of the ruined car dnpot Twelfth and Snsqojehanna avenne This makes tbe sixth victim and grave fears an entertained that the body of William Caihcart a salesman redding nwar by will alao be found in WASHINGTON CITT Aug sen ate did not meet until noon Saturday and then proceeded at once to tbe delivery of eulogies oa the Ute Senator Beck Among the speakers were Blackburn Ingulla Vest Allison and The house set apart Thursday and Saturday next to labor legislation and then after attending to some routine business proceeded to the discussion of the Sard bill The among whom was Mason of Chicago opposed the bill as unnecessary while those mdrocit ing its passage said that all that was re quired by it was that products shall still i for what they are and compound Uxrt hail be so called Tbe bill waareadlfce third time and ordered engrossed and then on tbe Tote on passage no anorum voted and the house adjounted fUIVWKf9li7 PURE CREAM
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