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   Logansport Pharos (Newspaper) - August 29, 1890, Logansport, Indiana                                LOGANSPORT DAILY PHAROS 16TH YEAR FRIDAY EVENING AUGUST 29 1890 NO 104 30HN Oorner IN BUSINESS AGAIN The House Resumes at Same Old Stand the Of all kinds STORE JpfAED FULL Both upstairs and down Prices Right COME AND SEE US CLOSING OUT SflLE From this date I will buy no more Second Hand of any description I Intend to close out all of my stock with tho intention of star ting up a straight out and out Furniture Store and carrying a com plete Stock of Trunks and Valises Take advantage of these closing out prices and call early GEO W RODAFER 310 Broadway Opp Murcloek 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 BEfIL ESTATE For ante 12 residences on Broaclway 1or sale U residences on Spear street For sale 3 residences on Market street For sale residences on NinthEleventh aud Eighteenth streets For sale residences on North street For sale residences on Chippewa and Miami streets For sale residences on Toledo street For sale lots in all parts of the city For sale cheap lots between Smead and George streets from to 8225 each Farmi to trade for city property Lots wanted on High North Broad way and Market streets For particulars write or enquire of M M GORDON Pension and Real Estate Agent Room Nu 3 Elliott Block Logansport Ind SOME ECHOES OP THE EEOEHT BIOT Cuunon and Williams Have a Spat and Mason Confesses That tlie Bales Are Bad Medicine Iard Bill and KijjhtIIour Measure The Sonatas Work on the Tariff Bill Dinner to Newspaper Man Who Is Soon to Notes WAJSIHSCTOS CITY Aug was a sort of echo in thu house yesterday of Wednesdays riot but it did not develop natil a season of peace that was almost remarkable Not a sit of the ruction of the dny before was visible In the faces or demeanor of members when busi ness was begun Thu speaker stated the question to on sustaining his decision giving the lard bill right of way Euloe miuU thu point of order that yesterday had been assigned to the labor commitCee The hoe had knocked out the negro now he wanted to sue whether it would knock out the workingtiuin but the speaker de clined to rule ssiyiriK that the point was involved In the question before the house The decision was to 40 The business was soon disposed of after that and the lard bill to quorum biing counted Tlie Cnnnon Kesolutlon The question of the Cannon resolution naming certain members for absenting themselves from rollcall came up and Williams of Illinois ono of the members named explained that ho had been called away from the house at 3 oclock on that day by Illness in his family He was pro ceeding to comment on Cannons action as n member of the committee on rules when he was called to order bv the speak er and requested toconfltie himself to the question of personal privilege Cannon was willing that Williams should proceed as he could hurt nobody Williams thought Cannon could not be easily hurt after the proceedings Wednesday Cannon resented the remark and sale that Wednesdays proceedings so far as he was concerned appeared officially in The Record and ho stood by it He was only afraid of lies outside the chamber Didnt Like Own Mudlcino Doatnerof Louisiana having stated tha he hud absented himself for tho specifl purpose ot breaking a quorum and con sidered It his duty to his constituents Mason of Illinois said he bad absentee himself several times for the same reason and had no apology to make for It H had done all ho could to defeat the bill but he had teen defeated and he iccepte It as gracefully as he could He ha helped to inako the rule under which he had been defeated but sometimes it was hard to take ones own medicine He had kicked as hard as he could and had no apology to make for his course except to his constituents Hud No Kxplnnntlons to Make Richardson of Tennessee suggested that tho gentlemen engaged in Wednesdays scenes be given an opportunity for exj planutlon but uo move was made ia that direction The house then proceeded to business video that the act shall construcea as forfeiting the rightofway or station grounds of any railway company hereto fore granted The Blddelord Me Controrersr WASHINGTON CITT Ang mings of New York introduced in the house yesterday a bill to make legal naturalization certificates issued by the municipal court of Biddeford in the First congressional district of Maine This la tbe case ID which the alderman of Bidde ford have been arrested for conspiracy and the bill says that the trouble is wholly technical the courts decision on which the arrests were based is that the municipal court which granted tbe naturalization papers had no right to do so because its clerk is not called a cleik Frogresa on the Tariff Bill WASHINGTON Crnr Aug were a number of changes made oa the ariff bill by the senate yesterday the most important being as follow Cleaner rice uncleaned do paddy rice meal anc roken rice made datable at 2 1 and cents per pound respectively the draw back on sugar struck out castor bean noeased to 50 cents per bushel Plumb oranges limes and BUTTERWORTH SNUBS LAWLER oil tho Eight FURNITURE PRICES THE LOWEST OUP Designs None but the Best Workmanship Allowed to Leave our Salesroom New Tension Law POP All Soldiers Who are dependent upon their own daily labor for support For Soldiers and Bailors widows For Children under 16 years of agt For children permanently helpless and for dependent parents Apply in person or by letter for infor matiOD blanks and instructions to jft BORDDN Pension Agent lloiKmrkB of tlio Stutesmei Hour Hill WASHINGTON Crrr Aug most Important transactions of the house yes terday were the the lurd and eighthour bills Tho latter constitutes eight hours ft cluys work for all laborers andniechnnics employed by government Cutcheon of Michigan moved to strike out the clause which provided that no contractor shall permit any la borer to work more tlban eight hours Litwler u Trnnsplnntetl Citizen In speaking in favor of tbis amendment Butterwortb asked whether that condi tion of hud been reached in this country when American freemen were not allowed to work au extra hour for in creased compensation if they saw fit to do it Liiwler of Illinois having interrupted with a remark in favor of the American workman Butterworth said that he wus an American citizen he would not al low any transplanted citizen to teach him how to love IIH country Farquhar of New York replied that there were on this floor foreign horn citi zens who loved their country just us well as the gentleman did Butterworth de nied that he had said otherwise Two Amendments Agreed to Cutcheona amendment was agreed to as was another of still mmo moment striking out the clause requiring con trncts for furnishing material to the gov ernment to be on the basis of the eight hour law The bill wits then passed Two Proposals Tor Reciprocity WASHINGTONCITY Aug the senate Wednesday thetariff bill wns con sidered further and sixty paragraphs dis posed of Aid rich gavo notice of amend monts both in the liu3 of reciprocity one milking sugar mohuises coffee ten find hides free when reciprocal privileges are granted the United States in tho countries producing tho same nml the other reduc ing the duty on lifh tj li cents per pound when the country the same shall give certain privileges to American fish Ing vessels Most of the amend ments adopted were in the line of reduc tion of duties as provided in the McKin ley bill and cue strikes out the drawback on sugar In the house the decision of the speak er as to the rightofway af the lurd bill was to the bill was oi lemons reduced by a first of tho kind gar lenseeda reduced from 40 per cent to er cent Gave Him Good Sen d OS WASHINGTON CITT Aug num ber of the official and professional friend of Col Perry S Henth correspondent o The Indianapolis Journal gave a dinner to him last evening the event being made the occasion of the announcement of the coming marriage of Mr Heath to Miss Mary Ella Con way of Louisville Ky The event will take place on tbe evening of Sept 17 at the resident of the brides paren ts j Personal as to the President WASHINGTON CITY Aug pres ident arrived at the White House at 4 oclock yesterday afternoon from Cape May Point The presidents family have gone to Crcsson Pa where they will upend the early part of September The president will probably go to Cresson in about a week Inst Not Criticise Powell WASHINGTON CITT Aug Governot Wolfley of Arizona who has criticised Maj Powells irrigation project was no tified yesterday by Secretary Noble thai his resignation ns governor of the terri tory will be accepted WIMAN ON RECIPROCITY He Thinks Blalno Stands In the Way o Presidential Lightning NIAGARA Ont Aug was B large audience yesterday in the amphi theatre of tho Canadian Chautauqua to hear Goldwin Smith Erastus Wiman and Attorney General Longley of Nova who spoke upon the relations hereafter to exist between the United States and Canada Erastus Wiman pre dicted that the enforcement of the Mc Kinley bilU would affect Canada to a greater degree than any other event that possibly could occur short of downright war and result in a strong movement In favor of reciprocity principally because of the duties on agricultural products provided in the bill He believed that reciprocity waa so straps in the United States thafr Elaine who he repre sented as the author of the idea was nearer the presidency than ever before SPAWN OF SATAN Horrible Depravity Meets Its Just Reward HAHGOTG OP A YOUTHPUL IIESD The Diabolical Crime Thmt a Old Boy Committed and for wnlch Stretched Eiecntlons Jn the Ohio tenth Ontrager sad Murderer of an Old Girl Brocley Smith Slayer Swung Off COLUMBUS O Aug Otto Leuth the Cleveland boy murderer who out raged and then killed little Maggie Thompson in that city May 9 18S9 was executed in the annex ol the penitentiary here shortly after midnight yesterday morning With him was also executed John alias Brocky Smith who so hor ribly butchered lip old Bridget Byron in Cincinnati on Deo 8 1889 Yonng Leuth was only 16 years old when his crime was committed and is one of the youngest persons liver Executed in this country His Devilish Crime His crime was a most atrocious one and clearly showed thitt the youthful perpe MATTERS IMPROVING AT CHICAGO INDIANA POLITICS CTuathoriied to Union Approbation CHICAGO Aug It was understood night that at a meeting yesterday the Switchmens association decided that their men should obey orders wid switch can in the stock yards or elsewhere as direct ed by their superiors The strikers at the yards have all been paid oft and are left tol secure employment where they can i The railroads will now do their own switching Better Ontlook on the Lake Snore The situation in the Lake Shore is improving and the prospect is that the trouble will be settled today The stand taken by the Switchmens association Wednesday night has pretty well discour aged unauthorized strikes on the part of switchmen Several crews went back yesterday The Alton switchmen are said to be weakening A committee of strik ers was refused audience with General Manager ChappelL Chief Sweeney will confer with General Manager Chappellto day and endeavor to settle the trouble Mr Chappell having signified his willing ness to meet him What tha Democrats Did Their Convention at TEE ALLIAHOE MAS GETS THESE BOLD FEMININE ROBBER She Elliott Blick Loganaport Ind Too Delightful SUMMER RESORTS OF Northern Michigan Reached by the Grand Rapids i Indiana Railroad i THE flSHTNO USE MACKINAC the many Resorts reached therefrom Suut Ste Marie Marquettc iies Chcneaux VIEW Harbor Springs Habor Point Wcqueton sing CharlevoW ere located in the immediate ricinltv TRAVERSE neighboring Resorts Orocua Old Mission Kit Kaplds The many lakes and streams afford the Bnesl of nshinx The Brook Trout the eeiebrarec Grayling Black Bass nn1 other varieties ot frame fish Tne train service of the Grand Kapids and Indiana Kallrvad for the season of 18JW will oe complete in every particular Through sleeping cars will be run between Cincinnati Petoskey and Mackinaw Also be tween i hicajro unl Pctoekey and Mackinaw via the Micoigan Central aud Kala Tourist tickets can be purchased to any or i tn the above points at rcdjoed rates I the construction of a railroad opposite to For descriptive mailer time cards and full anej coterminous with the portion of any nformatio address GenPass and ticket Grand Bapidi Mich to clerk counting a iuorum The eighthour law claim bill was taken up and diiicussod to the end tbe morning hour Thb bill to constitute eight hours a days work or laborers and mechanics ou government work was amended and passed Government to Otrndc tne Wneat WAsmsGTos CITY Aug The house committee on agriculture yesterday or dered it favorable report on the bill intro duced in the house by Conntock of Minnesota authorizing the secretary of agriculture to establish uniform grades for all kinds of grains bought handled transferred or shippsd from one state or territory or the Dislrict Columbia to any state or territory of the United States or from any place in the United States to Swindles a Spoknne Falls Bank oul of Nearly SPOKANE FALLS Wash Aug A bold bank robbery perpetrated by B woman is the talk of tbe town Toesdaj a beautiful and well attired lady stepped into the Exchange National bank and cashed a draft for drawn on the Little Bock bank She was identified by a prominent lady present It was soon discovered that the draft had been raised from The plot was planned by the lover Neither has been seen since The woman called herself Mrs Gonnt Squaring Accounts to a Dot LONDON Aug London Dock Laborers union has voted to subscribe a shilling a week for each member to the funds of the strikers in Australia This Is only a fair retutn for the financial aid extended by the Australians during the great struggle of the London dockers just as the telegram of sympathy sent by the union a fevr days ago to Mr Pow derly find the striking railroad men in New York appropriate return foi tho sympathy unaccompanied by cash which the Knights of Labor extended tc the dockers on that same occasion Prohibition of American Pork PARIS Aug official correspond ence on the prohibition of American pork is published It seems that the American minister Mr Whitelaw Reid in com plaining of the prohibition of pork hint ed that the United States might revive the 30 pfir cent duty on pictures Tha minister declared that no disease had been caused iti either England or Ger many and requested the withdrawal oi the probibition as an act of friendship duty and policy Havent We n Few to Spare LOXDON Aug Chronicle in o leading article expresses the belief that at the general election Scotland will re turn a delegation pledged to demand Scottish home rule The writer deplores the fuct that there is no Adams or Jeffer son or Hamilton in English politics to grasp the situation and turn it to the na tional advantage The Potter lovell Co Failure BOSTON Aug Attachments aggre gating were placed yesterday bj the assignee of Potter Lovell Co upon the Shaw estate and David Cummlngs A Co tanners This was done to protect the creditors here TV rock on the Sforth British Road GLASGOW Aug goods train and a train carrying passengers came into collision yesterday at Milngavia on tbe North British railroad sevan miles north west of this city Twenty persons are known to have been injured trator was possessed of a devil as old as thestory of ciime His victim was but 8 years old and was fairly idolized by her parents being theis only child Leuth en ticed hur into the house of his parents who were away on a visit at the time the awful crime was committed Landing her into a bedroom he first outraged ner and then beat her brains out with a hammer to conceal the terrible crime which was prompted by that most dangerous of hu man passions licentiousness abnormally developed to a power and ferocity that would dare all tbe horrors of Dantes hell How He Hid His Little Victim The body of the little victim was strip ped and wrapped up in the bedclothing and WHS allowed to remain in the bed room of the fiendish youth for a whole week while the perpetrator mingled with the searchers for tha miss Ing child and was an unnoticed ob server of all the suffering and excite ment caused by the hellish murder Just one month from the date of the mysteri ous disappearance of little Maggie Thomp son the mutilated and decomposed body of the child were discovered under the floor the Leuth residence where it had been concealed by young Otto Thu whole family of Leuths were arrested and the next morning Otto made a full con fession The March to the Scaffold As the time sist for the execution drew near Leuth began to weaken and during tho past two days has been completely broken down Owing to these circum stances he wasi chosen as the first to be put to death Shortly after 11 oclock the march from the wardens office to the annex was taken up the line being headed by Warden Dyer and his assistants fol lowed by the representatives of the press associations various newspapers and about thirty persons who held special permits Arriving at the annex the death warrants were read to both Leuth and Smith Leuth was then escorted to the scaffold ascending tbe stairs with a firm step All Ready Let It Go The noose being adjusted Leuth was asked if he had anything to say He complained of them hurting him while tying his hands and then said Now do tha business good already let it go The trap was sprung at Thedrop was seven and half feet and the boys neck was yroken Brocky Smith Swings Off Outrages by tha Strikers BITFFALO N Y Aug V Allen of Cleveland was knocked unconscious by being struck with a stone Wednesday night It smashed his head open and took half an eur Michael McDonald of Chicago was struck on the head and badly injured Eiward Mitchell of Chi cago had a jaw broken Somebody put a rail in a frog near the East Buffalo trans fer house Wednesday night and three freitslit cars were ditched The company complains of considerable pinpulling These things were done by the New York Central strikers and the victims were the new employes The police failed in each instance to discover the perpetrators The Striking Switchmen at Buffalo BUTFALO N Y Aug committee of striking switchmen waited on Train master Maloney yesterday afternoon to endeavor to adjust their differences and go back to work Mr Maloney refused to treat with the strikers as a body and the committee withdrew It is stated that if the men are not taken back in a body all the switchmen on all the roads in Buffalo will strike There are nearly 600 of them Matthews Remit the State publiean Administration Tne State Debt Question as GOT Onty Executive Committee Society Lena My ers Deluded ler Items ISDIAKAPOLJS Aug Democratic state convention was called to order at yesterday morning by Chairman Jewett of the state central committee A permanent organizatio n was effected by the election of exGovernor Isaac P Gray as chairman and John C Nelson as sec retary TJpon taking the chair Governor Gray spoke for half an hour on national and state issues He said that the Demo cratic party favored a reduction of the surplus and a reduction ot the tariff du ties He argued that the state 3ebt had been created by both parties the Repub licans having made fiveeighths of the debt and the Democrats threeeighths and declarad that the new Institutions at Richmond Evansville and Logansport the soldiers orphans home and the sol diers1 monument stand as monuments to testify what Democrats have done with the they expended while noth ing could be shown for the spent by Kepublicans The Platform of Principles The usual preliminaries tmving been disposed of business was begun by the presentation of the report of the resolu tions committee by S E Morse editor of The Sentinel The platform charges the Republican administration with aiding and abetting the alleged corrupt practices of W W Dudley in tbe last national election by which the otate of Indiana was stolen by the Republican party de nounces the administration for ignoring the provisions of tho civil service law condemns the alleged various gift en terprises manipulated by the family of There must be some reason for it We never have compelled anyone use Pearline Wed like to but it isnt feas ible Besides it isnt necessary use Pearline and have tested and proved it Its too old to be unknown if it were a fraud but where is the thing as popular and yet so young If youknow Pearline you know the reason In all washing and cleaning theres nothing that saves as much labor and does as much It hurts nothing saves wear everything costs no more than common soap and is more economical Reasons enough for most women think are they not good enough for you Peddlers anl some unscrupulous grocers will toll is as gcod 35 or the same as 1earlinr VTS thntr TV Peariine is never peddle and if vour giOLcr sends you some J JAMES PYIfc XvwVQrk LARGE YAR1ETY THE RELIABLE FLANNEL SACK COAT OTHER fitWt STYLES FLANNEL SHIRTS AND COATS Five minutes later Brocky Smith was escorted to the scaffold bearing the same unconcerned appearance he has main tained ever since his confinement In the annex The noose was adjusted and be ing asked to talk Smith said he hart noth ing more to say than he had said during the post nine months that he committed the crime but that it was not done for robbery The trap was sprung at drop being eight feet Smiths neck was also broken and he was pronounced dead Inquire Into the Strike ALBANY N Y Ang the meet imof the state board of arbitration yester day a notice was ordered served upon Vice President Webb and Master Work Lee to the effect that the board would meet Tuesday next to inquire into ths causes of the Central strike and call ing upon Webb aud Lae to be present to give testimony regarding the same Freight Moving tlnpldly BUFFALO N Y Aug East Buflalo yesterday freight was moving rapidly on the Central Up to 10 a m four trains were seat east and Train master Maloney says 3T1 cars of freight were sent east Wednesday He also says tho strikers are applying for reinstate ment in increased numbers daily The Taiinern to Next PiTTSBURG PH Aug general strike of the workers in the tanneries is imminent They dcnriml an advance of itfpcrcent An increase of 5 per cent was allowed by the employers a week ago but this the men refused demanding 10 per cent The indications are that this de mand will not be complied with A lit Ten NEWYOEK Aug board of fac tory inspectors resumed their delibera tions here yesterday It was recommend ed for the notion of the various legisla tive bodies that the time of labor for min ers shall not exceed ten honrs a day or sixty hours a week at THE POPE ROBUSTLY HEALTHY But Worried Over the Fall In theChurcli Barometer LOSDOS Aug advices from the Vatican believed to be entirely trust worthy report the pope as healthy and vigorous to a remarkable degree consid ering his advanced age His holiuesa however seerni to be much worried be cause of the steady diminution of the Pe ters pence contributions The amount of these voluntary offerings being a species of baro meter indicating the con dition of the church universal at any given time thei marked falling oS now ex hibited does not fail to receive the anx ious attention of the head of the church Not Satisfactorily Explained His advisers endeavor to account for the situation on the theory of the poverty of the musses rather than on that of their diminishing zeal for the pontiff hut this explanation affords but cold comfort The decrease of revenue has become so marked that his holiness has found it necessary to withdraw certain investments in order to meet the expenses of maintaining the establishments whose cost has heretofore been defrayed out of the Peters pence Dropped Tead After the Fire PHILADELPHIA Ang born used by William Richter in Roxborough wa3 burned yesterday All the live stock ex cept one horse which perished was got ten out safely The loss is about After the fire Mr Bichter who had worked hard to save his property dropped dead probably from heart disease Weather We Slay Expect VTASHIOTOS Crrr Aug following are the weather Indications for thirtysix hours from 8 p m yesterday For Lower SALVATOR IS THE MONARCH e Buns a Mile In the Extraordinary Time of 12 NEW YORK Aug most remark able time ever made on a race coarse was done by Salvator at Monmouth park yes terday with 110 pounds up and Bergen riding The race was against time with two horses to go along as Noamina and Rosetta The first went in at the start and the latter at the end of the stretch staying until the last furlong was reached when Salvator wenfc like a flash and under the wire in This beats Ten Broecks record against seconds and reduces the latest record some 1 seconds Fast Trotting anil Pacing INDEPENDENCE la Ana feat ure at the races here yesterday was the trot in and by Mar garet Sthe three fastest consecutive heats on record Roy Wilkes went against his own time the pacing stallion rec ord of the world which he lowered 3X seconds Time any foreign country which shall be known as American grades The Land Grant Forfeiture BUI WASHiSGTOSt Ang ferrees on the land grant forfeiture bill reported un agreement to tha senate yes terday The senate is to agree to an amendment in the nature of a compro mise between the two houses The compro mise measure forfeits all lands granted to any state or to any corporation to aid in J nnnllaifA an such railroad not now completed and It operation for tia construction or olwMch lands were srranted pro jfacher and Daughter Drowned MIDBLETOWN Conn Aug theschooner Palmer belonging to Staten Island was proceeding down the river a mile below Goodspeeds fWednesday the 18yearold daagbter of Capt Thurber fsll overboard The captain jumped to save her and both were drowned Iheii bodies not been recovered IXKkiDg Into Oar Postal System NEW YORE Aug Hennlkei Heaton M P of England who arrived here Wednesday visited Postmaster Van Oott y esterday with a view of studying up the postal system ot the United States Mr Heaton will visit Washington City California and Canada local showers winds shift in to westerly cooler in northwest stationa ry temperature in southeast portion For Up pir clearing in western portion stationary temperature in western warmer in eastern portion variable winds For fair weather north westerly winds except in extreme nrfhwest portion warmerFor ally fair weather preceded in contra portion by light local abowers coolerexcept hi extreme portion warmer northerly winds For lowaGhraerally fair weather northerly winds cooler except in extreme northwest portion stationary temperature Hard on Papa Herbert is a small boy whose father ia u milMa officer and he went down to camp yesterday to see him While standing in front of a tent a visitor at tracted by his bright face stopped to speak to him Well my little man he inquired what army do you belong tof I belong to the army of the Lord he replied promptly but my papa ia only in the District ton Pont Experts with the Stick CHICAGO Aug base ball scores were reported as follows League At 0 Cincin nati 7 and ranzell Dnryeaand Keenan At Philadelphia Chicago IS Philadelphia 3 Luhy and Naglc Gleasott and Scbriver At C 2 Brooklyn 6 and Zimmer Lovett and Clark At New York 9 Pitts burg 1 and Murphy Esper and Wilson Brotherhood At 3 Pittsburg 5 and Kelly Staley and Quinn At Philadelphia Philadelphia 15 Buffalo 2 batteries Knell and Cross Cunningham and Mack At 10 Cleveland 6 and Kinslow Bakely and Brennan At New York 9 Chicago 4 and Brown King and Boyle Advocates a Wmr Tariff PABIS Aug prominent jour nal La Liberte which usually expresses free trade views advocates a war tariff against the United States in case the Mc Kinley bill shall pass President Hariyon for private gain con demns what is called the theft of two United States senators from Mpntana denounces the election bill favors a tariff for revenue only denouncing in this con nection not only the McKinley bill but also the reciprocity scheme promulgated by Secretary Elaine which would it says he for the benefit only of a few eastern manufacturers instead of the farmers of the west As to Transactions of Congress The document denounces Speaker Reed for his arbitrary rules and ignoring tha rights of a minority in the bouse of rep resentatives arraigns the Republican party for a reckless waste of public money through partisan appropriations denounces the system of subsidies between countries which would tax the farmers of Indiana for the benefit of the sugar grow ers of Louisiana and the manufacturers of the eastern states denounces the silver bill passed by congress and declares in favor of the free and unlimited coinage of silverlavors liberal appropriations for the pensioners of the country and denounces the Republican party for failing to carry out its pledges made to the soldiers In the last presidential campaign On Labor und the Schools It also declares against the alien owner ship of land favors the election of United States senators by direct vote of the people declares in favor of the eight hour law the coal miners law and favors compulsory arbitration as a means of settling disputes between capital and labor denounces the use of Pinkerton thugs against the striking employes of the New York Central railroad declares In favor of public schools but denounces any interference by the state in the course of study in private and parochial schools conducted at the expanse of private in dividuals and indorses the course of Senators Voorhees and Turpie and the Democratic representatives from Indiana Names of the Chosen Ones The ticket selected is as follows Secre tary of state Claude Matthews treasurer Albert Gall auditor of state J Oscar Hen derson judge supreme court J A S Mitchell attorney general Green Smith clerk of supreme court A M Sweeney superintendent instruction H D Vories director bureau geology Professor S S Gorby chief bureau statistics W A Peele Jr Many of the contests were close and exciting but that for secretary state was quickly decided only two ballots being had the second of which was unanimous all the other contestants withdrawing and giving the Farmers Al liance candidate the right of way State Executive Committee The state executive committee chosen was as follows First district Arthur Ste vens Spencer Second James Andrews Orange Third A E Smith Harrison WITH SPBCIAL PRICES ON Jewelry Silverware And Spectacles Use Hauks Glasses 25 years perience Make no Mlstake41O Broadway ex Tbe Cue of Hiss Lenn Myvn MABTISSVILLE Ind Aug fifl Lena Myers who disappeared from her home in Brownaburg about ten dayi ago has been found by a detective at Plain field in the house of a colored man she lies seriously ill She has recovered enough to tell an extraordinary story of her disappearance Near where sue worked was a strawstack and the that during the night she was taken from her bed tarried to a sort a room in the strawstack and there was kept three days and three nights Thursday week ihe made her way to the house in Plainfleld where she is now Concessional Nominations HENSSELAEH Ind Ang D Owen was nominated by the of toe Tenth congressional district of In diana Resolutions were passed indorsing the national and state Speaker Reed the original package and Louisiana lottery laws the Elaine reci procity scheme and urged additional pen sion legislation HUNTINGTCKf Ind Aug Re publican congressional convention of the Eleventh district nominated Col C K Brian t Greilmm for the Prmldencjr JEFFEBEONVJUE Ind Aug Judge Walter Q Graham Wednesday passed through this city en route for his old home at Lanesville Harrison county where he goes to visit his mother He met with an ovation in MHithern In diana particularly in this city and New Albany where he is personally known It is semiofflcially stated tbat Judge Greabams name will be mentioned for the presidential nomination in M2 Hade a Profitable Experiment VALPARAISO Ind Aug Wiseman of Porter Bounty is expert ABBREVIATED TELEGRAMS Twenty persons were injured by a rail way collision in Scotland Thursday SenatorFar well having arrived at home in Chicago says the report that he will retire from the senate is not trua A Pinkertou man fired at the Albany N Y chief of police Wednesday night thinking he was a striker the bullet grazing bis ear A dispatch from Providence H L a syndicate of Englishmen are about pur chasing some of the largest cotton of New England Fourth W H OBrien Dearborn Fifth J W Ragsdale Johnson Sixth T J Study Wayne Seventh D N Berg Mad ison Eighth J M Hosilss Clay Ninth D F Allen Fayette Tenth John Ko ipeVke Lake Eleventh Jerome HerS Mi ami Twelfth Henry Freygang Noble Thirteenth Martin Kreuger LaPorte The convention did not finish its work until p m having been in continu ous since 10 oclock in the morn ing There was no discord and the en thusiasm was a tea ure of the day KNIGHTS OF THE GOLDEN RULE Ihey Conclude a days Their Wew Officers IXDIASAPOLIS Ang Supreme Commandery Knights of the Golden Rule concluded its labors Thursday after a three days session with the following newly elected officers Supreme com mander John D Irving of Ohio supreme vice commander R SMorgan of South Carolina supreme secretary T J Smith of Kentucky supreme treasurer Kramer of Indiana supreme prelate J M Coulter of Tennessee supreme medi cal examiner Dr C C Hijcgini of Illi nois supreme warden Mrs Bernard of Kentucky supreme sentinel W Hall supreme herald A A Dosier of Georgia supreme trustees E J Tippett of Ohio i 3T Johnson of Mississippi and W C Streetor of Missouri Mrs MHUrs Marital MIstaka BicmcOKD Ind Aug IATJ came to Richmond lart March a salee menting with English full castor wfaert his entire crop has been engaited by tinners for seed wheat Last year the yield averaged tbirtyfive bushels acre and this year over thirty with the kernel plump red very hard and over running in weight Last year he sold his entire crop for per bushel Grasshoppers Gobbling the MABTISSVIIXE Ind Ang Gloomy Outlook In Ireland L03TDOS Aug correspondent of The Times in Dublin says that Irish prospects will be gloomy f in aIditiom to the failure of the potatorcrop tbe other crops are in jiared by unfavorable weather H9 adds that tbe distress will be aggra vated by agitation man and ten days later be wooed and married Mrs H M Miller mnnh to the of her as well as of Hebrew community the latter regarding Levy with suspicion Becently Levy dis appeared audit to BOW charged to Is a bigamist Shortly aftor Him MUIer pnMntad her with monda valued oatanalblT at 1000 bat aft erward Him Hffler waa eoBpallrf to par UMbilt Itte mOtftA taat bjrcallaidaB with a Cincinnati tan patoad wprth only Mid hoiad hoppers are destroying young orchards In county They Kwarm the them of foiiage and then eat tha bark from the limbs and body In some orchards every tree has been killed Buonler MRWI Notes Tbe Southern Indiana Fish association headquarters at New Albany hiu stand ing reward of K5 for tbe conviction of parsons found violating the nsn law Will 1cm of Walmsh found burglar in his huuse late at night and un dertook to tbraah the scoundrel but waa badly worsted in the rencontre James Fitzgerald the defaulting ex city clerk of Terre has been dubbed Jim the Penman by the local A thief stol ia goldwhich the daughter of Jackson Miller a farmer of Delaware county had xaved up JamiM agsd 14 nnd weighing 415 pounds one of the nights at tie Jefferson county fab The LaPorte Herald charges that to gansport has the reputation of being the wickedest city in Indiana Bnshville has organized a company pipe natural gas from the near ti city Hrs Sarah Hunt of Andrews aged committed sntcide by hanging Ifomlt of Osi Donald said the mother of the Ht Thousands of Indian Belles The mania for collecting takes peculiar form One man gathers a of old coins smother fills an album with postage stamps and a third devotes his energies to autographs But all these have been outdone by Eogeim J Sharardin a hofc1 derk of ing Pa who baa brought together 000 Indian relics illuntratire of the life manners and cnatoma of nearly every trfbc of American savages THE MARKETS Chicago CMICAOO It On tne board of today were as follows I September closed December opeaed closed May opened tUl closed September closed October opened MMe closed 47Hc May opened 61Ho closed CflMe t September opened Wfc closed Me October opened closed May opened We closed 88Ho opened closed SIUM Jaauarr closed 11280 May opened tOM closed LardSeptember closed W3IW Live stock prices Hoja Karket opened active best grades 5o hlctor other grades slow and weak light uianie roujh packing S37033tfc mixed tots faeOS43S lieavr packing and ship ping lots Produce separator per t flue lathered cream 16314 tojool Imitations 101tc dories finett fresh MtUx fresh packing stocks fresh ISalOo per PovltrrChtOkesjs per UK sprint chickens Nit roosters torksrs mixed lots taKte ducks spring docks ICiVllc ueese verdoz Ohio per bbl rieir Jersey Roes Apples New Illinois green JJJO per bbL per box ILK pe OSM BlaokberrlesMicUaaD pat Uatease Hew York NBwToiur M red winter cash fLMM ftUOH do September do October I108H do December CornNo t mixed cash do September MMtt do October 6 Me do December MMc OaU Quiet No Z lie September 40Hc do October Barter and mess 3 Nominally unchanged Live stock no tradimf ta troves dreseed bcei firm native staen f 8btep and dntt at burelr sustained prices sheep tLOOaVM 9 103 lambs fsCH37JS mUmAr live bogs 9 1O tie North Side 5yeeaold what UM matter with roar esvr of com yon like it1 I like the taste of U wen replied Donald AHscriminatinglv aa bi laid the ear down by kiapUto tat tin storekeeper fastened on the bhmed cob 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