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   Logansport Pharos (Newspaper) - September 1, 1890, Logansport, Indiana                                DAILY PHAROS 16TH YEAH MONDAY EVENING SEPTEMBER 1 1890 SO UH JOHN Oil Early Fall Of all kinJs STORE FULL Both upstairs ant down i o o s R i cj li t COME AND SLE US FURIvJTURE iC S I H LUvVi S f BRAZIL IS WILLIN Its Representative at Washing i ton Talks Reciprocity FREE SUGAR WILL FETCH BRAZIL Our Designs None but the Ills Workmiinship AilAVed to Liavr our J Henderson fi SODS WhJcli VVIll Olvij ri Farm Vrotlucts and Iowir Other tnrfH Jii JUtnrii from Of of J S JSills Paused by the us tu Median urn 1 Giant CITV Herit corre spoiiljfit of Tin Xuw York Sun tele hij pipui last night as follows The n amemlnieafc to the tariff bill rcjjrjrti1 from tiuj finance cnmmit ltil ivcik warf die subject1 Saturtlay f an intitrviijw Senator AMrich ntid Mr UfruJrmca the Brazilhiii envoy un a special mission to tho Unitotl States Tliis HiitMitlrimnt reported fifur a conMiha int general nature with Maj MKinlcy c tiaiijman of the ways nut I means comrrittfia and other t Republican lenders j OtircsHloiitt ISrayil Will Make i In interview Air Aleuilnucii said that the anuinlrnent us reported by Slna tor Aklrich was satisfactory to linml and that she would be one of tho first eoun to inako to the United States in ruturn fur the removal of the duty on Mr Msindouca said his govern men t would not only remove the duty on farm products exported from the United Stiuen Init would admit free United States implements and machinery and railroad equipments J nIK supplius including railroad iron Bnml would also he saiil make a reduc tion of at least vucunt in the duty oil cotton and leather and clothing from the States i u Nw 1onlon Litw POP All Soldiers Who ure cUpsnlTii upon thuir own dully lulor for jrl For HoMiurs mil widows Jor Cliililrtn Hi yours of Idr JhiUIren penrrmiriy htipfijsa and fur dcpemicnt pumtls Ajipiy in or for infer Ijluaks Hint ins I uctinns to fL BDRDDN Pension Ageiit rt Lin THF NATIONAL Loan and SavinAssociation OF INDIANA llvnu nnho Klliiitl llcie LiwuisporU In ifiana Ifiii1 uul Ilnuuhvuj National in its Po icy Ancl Equitable in Us Plan liHortMirured umkr tln nt Indiana Capital 350000000 Payments SO cents morthlv mature in about six years Our Investment Bondsbear ing six per cent semiannual interest costing each par value S1OO are safer than Hank Stock ancl pays better Security our watchword Equity our passport No extra assessments Stock n our Association not subject to taxes If you want to build a homo If you want to buy a homo If you want to tsko up a mort gage on your home Arrange to do so at once with tho National Dont ray Rcni any longer Remember this When your loaso is up you have nothing to show for the money you havo paid oiit Become a shareholder at once in this Association and begin now to get n home for yourself and loved ones Dont wait till tomorrow begin today 1 his Association dont make you pay for more Stock than the face value of your loan Remember every borrover receives the full ainountof his Loan Investigate our plan i vsrite fo circulars j Liberak contrac ts to good I agents i ALEXANDER BARDY President J B TOURS Vice President j ROBI HUMPHREYS Secretary CHASBSfEVENSON Treasurer1 A BIG THING IN MACHINES Tho Truvullng Crunu in tho WiiMli Navy Yiird WAsniNfiTONClTV Sept largest travelingcnuie in tho world which a corps of macliinistH and niechnnieal eugi Mters Juv hueix for suvyrai wioks setting up in the uun shop at the navy yard hern in nw in practical operation dif tljriaj hi many material points from smaller traveling cranos which luive bsen In iisu in the ordnance shop it is con on tlie ycaural nriutiple It has a liCtinx capacity of ILO tons and tests made a few days in tlie prudence of the secretaries of war mid navy and othur government ofTicials vvero very satisfact ory A Tcst of Its Oriit jurpoit of ti3siinx tlio ponder OIH rnachinu to thu full cipacity agreed upon in for its c instruction 110 tons of itLKi is piktl on a platform of or boams so r i rely tisieiil hmtther with chains in use at Uui onlnanuu Tn form this cnormrms it rrrjuircd a HUd mays of piy iron corded up ten and nearly ten foit square at the bitHo jliis was uj and carried about the shop in all directions as though it WHS a toy be in rnisji or lovvnvl 01tlio direction changed by a si in of levers requirinif but little skill in Lheiimanipu lation What It nsijjiieil Vor Tlu crane is carry tho 41 i ton HUol wliiiIi nro built at tlie navy yard and tluin is no doubt that it will do the work Tho uinlers which span tlie shop aro sixtyt teet in length and I rota tlui tloor to a fortyfoot hoist ily the system of levers referred to tins spend of tin hoisting ma chine can be adjusted lo suit ilin load which is to hi cairiel It will lift its greatest weight 110 ton ymss tmu foot per in inuio Tin whole nmciiinu rolls alon from OIK end of tho building to tiie other its enormous ixi easy acUon and all otMer machines about it A Uiant IJlock An idea of its imnuMise proportions may obtuintd from tho fact that UR main sheave or pulley blooic which bangs bulovv it weighs five tons Tho total weight of Uiecranewithout the frame tracks upon which it runs to the square steel shaft which propels it is tuns The machine has at t nictod tin attention OL rnetftiutcttl from alt over the country many ol whom have taken long trips to it in operation With the iron frainu work on which it is jsupposed tha iniiehinu hus uost tho govorument CLARKSON OUT OF OFFICE a IKII or MX or by nailpri i onler lor bost s wijl to refund mune if the faUaic i Tho First AsHistunt Iostinustcr Oenoriil Kvcoril of SiTvico Cnv Sept Clark son irst HssistniiL ptistiiiaster feaorul wltoso resignation has boon ivich the pres iilent for live months pructiciilljcon cliukil his service in the postollico depart ment Satinday ns his resignation took olivet Alls lil 1ho president much de sired his further continuance in tho place but Chirkson was umible to remain longer It is otlumlly stated that tlnrkson ns sunud the oilicc in March of ISSI only at the stronic persuasion of the president the Ripubliran national committce and the leiidiii iiun of the party and that he has retruiiied iu it since against his own wishes Fie says he has no liking for oflice holding and much prefera private life tlnt hu has matle no positive business arrangements but ims several flue oppor tunities aud that lie has not given up Iowa us a home llisOHlcinl Keroril The following facts jilenuwl from the de partment give the record of Clixrksons work In his nearly eighteen mouths in office he Ims appointed CtiOTo fourthclass pcstmasters ud established 5800 new postoinVes makius his reconl iu nil All the appointments in the postofflce de partment are made up in the tirst assist ants oflice and in presidential offices 3IT appointments huve been made during Clurksons ottioial time leaving onlv 400 3f this of offices unchanged This is he largest record in changes anil in the of postofflces ever made in he same lentli of time Of the new postollices established 3009 were in the jouthern states Mciitiunoil for tho Succussion The mn most namtxi for Mr Clarksons accessor aro U T Michener of Indiana H G Payne of Wisconsin Chauncey I Filley of Missouri John X Irvvin of Iowa Samuel Fessenden of Connecticut W Morrow of California and E C fowler now chief clerk of tho office As Tlarkson wss the only representative of Mississippi valley and the west in tta department it is thought that his suc cessor is most likiy to coma from the west also PROSPECTS OF ADJOURNMENT No Hope of Congress Getting He fore October WASHINGTON CITY intro duction of the EJdmunds resolution in t iwniitfi floes not indicate vhe possible time of the adjournment of congress It will not be possible for the house and senate to dear ap work by Sept 1J and probably not by Oct I Speaker Reeed is quoted as saying that an adjournment will prob ably be had Oct 8 Tlie president it is known does not congress to get away before the middle of October It is this belief that bay miuie it seem wise to join bis family in the mountains to get a little rest before the trying experience of the last days of the session aijittcrs That Are Isi the Way In addition to the debate in the noose and the serious differences to be adjusted iu conference on the tariff question there is the com eat over the bill to relieve the federal courts which is before the senate and over the bankruptcy bill which seems likely to pass and over the lard bill for which the senate will doubtless substitute the pure food bill or some other measure Congress can hardly get away before the 1st of October Proceedings in Congress WASHINGTON CITY Sept senate Saturday passed senate bill appropriating for a building at Sheboygan Wis The discussion of ihe tariff bill was re sumed and Carlisles amendment in tended to place wool on the free list was rejected by a party vote 17 to 27 Sherman announcing that if Payne were present he i won Id vote in the negative In the house the bill to adjust the ac counts oE workingmen employed by the government since the eighthour law was pansed so as to pay them for the two 1 hours per day they worked where the 1 eighthour law had been ignored as to length of days work and the men had worked ten hours was passed with an amendment providing that where a con tract to work ten hours was madeexpress or implied the employe shall not receive 1 any bane fit from Che act The house also 1 passed the bill to amend the alien labor liiw the bill prohibiting the employment i of convicts on public works and the hill prohibiting the purchase of convictmade j material by the United States One pro vision of the labor amendment ex einpta clergymen from its operations The Now Alien Labor Measure WASHINGTON CITY Sept amend ment to the alien labor law passed Satur day by the house makes it unlawful for any person or corporation to aid or en courage the importation or immigration of alien into the United States under contract or agreement parole or special express or implied marie previous to such alien becoming a resident of the United States to perform labor or service cf any kind in the United States It prohibits the encouragement immigration of alien labor by advertisement and provides condign punishment for any one who vio latcs the law including ship captains who knowingly violates the same It pro vides however that clergymen are ex empt Frank Hat ton Very 111 WASHINGTON CITY Sept ExPost master General liation is very sick and ib is feared by his friends that his death is not far distant He is suffering from a serious attack of rheumatic fever arid has been confined to his room for the ton days Plumb and tho Liquor Tax CITY Sept has announced that he will oiler amendments t the tiiriil bill taxing proof spirits IK r galcjTi and imposing ti lieeusa tax on of fcOQ per year and on whole s ili liquor dealcrs of SU50 Tho McKIiiloy Will ISutherd Them Sept chief topic of dis ctissiuii in the French press continues to the tariff dispute viih America The articles show n great variety of opinion as to tho proper course to pursue by the government Some of the writers advo citi a bold policy of selfprotection regard less of possible retaliation by the United States while others betray an almost lu dicrous terror lest France should lose the American custom for some of her most important products These latter be seech tho government not to do anything to anger the Washington government A Drunken Acrobats Performance PHILADELPHIA Sept Chambers burg Saturday night a traveling acrobat named Bond attempted to give a tight rope performance One end of the rope was fiistencd to a tree and the other to a pole placed on the ground Bond was so drunk he could scarcely go through his performance and as he was about con cluding it the pole fell and struck a little gi d in t he cro wd TI arned Nannie Eyr crushing her skull and breaking both her legs from which injuries she died In a few hours UNDONE BY A KISS A Rascally Bank Teller Landed i in Prison HE VENTURES HOME PEOM ABBOAU Tliu Awfnl Death of a Hero BKttLLV Sept terrible accident happened Saturday at the Wilmersdorf station three miles from here whon an incoming passenger train ran into a lot of freight cars The engiue was wrecked ami the engineer named Morabel refused to leave the brake and was boiled to death at his post by the steam which he was unable ia cut of The Bomb Miscreant at Work TLIIESTE Sept borab was thrown Saturday into the editorial rooms of the newspaper Adria which is well disposed tnvardtho government Ib immediately exploded and a messenger named Bol drini was fatally wounded by a splinter entering his head and eyes Suicide of an Octogenarian PORTAGE Wis Sept L Kind one of the oldest residents and business men of Portage committed suioide yes terday morning by hanging himself He wiis S3 years old and leaves au aged wife and granddnughter The Latest British Syndicate DENVER Colo Sept Nevrs of this city asserts that a British syndicate bended by C G Morgan has secured an option on all the leading silver mines near Aspen Colo for the enormous sum If Sawmill Destroyed ly Fire MINNEAPOLIS Minn Sept Letghtou sawmill was destroyed by fire at 6 oclock yesterday nioruing The mill was rained at insured for About 3JO men are thrown out of employ uaeni For tUe Medical Education of TTomeu LONDON Sept Heury Muirhead the lare president of the Glasgow Philo sophical society has been bequeathed the sum of for tho erection and en dowment of a college which shall be de voted entirely to the instruction of women I in the theory and practice of medicine I and surgery dentistry electricity and cheniistrc Washed Up a 17TearOld Wreck j ASBURY PARK N J Sept surf yesterday loosened and washed ashore a I section of the hull of the brig Victoria which has bean imbedded in the sand off i this place for about seventeen years The j piece of wreckage waa over feet long His Paramour in the Warmth of Her Affection Unintentionally IJetrays Him Incendiaries Put Many Lives in Assault a Man aind Nearly Tear His Tongue of n Woman Her to Do si Mur derous Thing XEW YORK Sept April 3 List Frederick Kimball the paying teller of the Peoples Savings bank of Worcester Mass absconded from that place with worth of bonds and cash aban doned his wife and two children aud went to Europe with a FrenchCanadian woman named Esteile LeBon The woman cinua back to New York jiloue a few weeks ond was spotted on tho day of her arrival by Worcester detectives Letters to her were intercepted showing that Kimball was about to return Yesterday the woinia left her home and was followed by the cie tictives to the dock of the French Hue steamer LaBretagnf where she eyed nar rowly every one who left the vessel A Love Scene Rudely Interrupted Suddenly she rushed up to a wtill dreused middleaged man threw lier around him and kissed him repent edly The detectives interrupted the Jcve scene by arresting both participants a ad taking them to police headquarterswhihre Kimball way fully identified and all of the stolen bonds were found sewed in his undershirt but the stolien cash had all been spent Kimball took his arrest very hard Both he and the LeBon woman were locked up to await a requisition from Massachusetts n tickets He was brtually bearen aiul the tickets taken fro 11 him and spirited This ia the connty in which John M Clayton was assassinated Benjamin assaulted because he tried to have a fnir count from the effects of which assault he died and a witness in the Clayton case assassinated to Death TViLjn2fGTox Del Sept 1 John Genn TO years a toll keeper on the Wil rnington and Philadelphia turnpike was beaten to death last nitjht by men from whom he attempted to collect toll j The men made their escape i TROUBLE IN REEDS DISTRICT Aldermen Fall to Do Their Duty and a Contest Is Promised THE STATE BUDGET A Frenchman Enters Suit Against Indiana e Sfpt There is much 1 political excitement hera in consequence i of the neglect of the Sitco board of alder j men to hold a meeting between the llth t and ISth lusts to revise the check lists as i required by law The Biddeford alder j men who were recently arrested and ar I rallied before the Iuited States district j court on a ciarye of uegleot of duty look j upon the SKCO aldermens neglect as a parallel cuse An Advjintage for the Democrats Leading Democrats are anxious to push the matter and it is probable that tlie Saco aldermen will be arrested A conference will be held to decide what action shall be taken Democrats contend that the error of the Saco aldermen will invalidate the election and declare that if the dis trict Rives Keed a majority his election will be contested INCENDIARISM AT BROOKLYN Tenement Houses Firtid and Several 0ic cupants KSadly turned NEW YoEK Sept that were plainly of incendiary origin started in six different localities in Brooklyn Saturday night and early yesterday motning and resulted in the injury of several persons and the arrest of two men on suspicion ot being the incendiaries The fires started in tenementsand Mary Id John Schmidt 19 months and Ann Ollctiily two years were seriously burned Jfraijtic Scenes at the Fires The occupants of the tenanted houses in most cases narrowly escaped death Rushes were made to the windows in fran tic efforts to get out and nianythreiv themselves over the iron railings of the lire escapes where they hung until rescued by the firemen In addition to the injured mentioned a baby of Annie OReilly 6 months old was so badly burned that it will probably die Several of the tenants who were aroused from their beds by the alarm became dazed and groped their way through the smokefilled corridors from which they were taken out by the rescu ers One fireman overcome by smoke and removed to the hospital AN ANGRY WOMANS DEED She uuts Iown a Scailoli Futjilly Injur ing JV Workman NEWAHK N Sept a number of workmen swung a scaffold from the roof of the bouse of Mrs Josephine Rogers in order to reach the upper portion of a house adjoining in course of construction Mrs Rogers or dered the scaffold down but the com mand was not obeyed with sufficient alac rity to suit her She darted into the house and soon emerged with a knifewith which she cut the rope holding one end of the scaffold precipitating Willumi McMuhon n painter a distance of thirty feet to the pavement McMahons breast bone was broken and internal injuries in flicted from which he will probably die Mrs Rogers was arrested and held for the giand jury DIABOLICAL WORK OF FOOTPADS A Mans Tongue Wrenched from Its Roots to Him Quiet ALTOONA Pa Sept money or your life was the demand which met Samuel Francis while walking in the east ern portion of the cityat an early houryes terday morning It came from footpads acid when made a desperate re siiltance he was brutally assaulted and left to die His tongue was wrenched from its roots in the attempt to keep him quiet and his condition when he crawled into a neighboring house unable to speak was pitiable He may recover A large sum of money was taken from him Attempt to Wreck 11 Train ALBANY N Y Sept dastardly attempt to wreck a train was made Sat urday on the New York Central seven miles from this city The plan tried was to pile ties on the track and the Atlantic express dashed into the pile at full speed fortunately throwing the obstructions to either side Master Woikman Lee as soon as he heard of it said it was done by the Pinkertons to throw discredit on the knights Tha railway officials think so differently that they have doubled the number of Pinkertons and say they have evidence that will effectually negative Lisas charge A cumber of derailments huve been caused on the line recently by obstructions placed in the switches Attempt to Burn Palo Alto Stables SAy FRANCISCO Sept 9oclock Saturday night fire was discovered in the large barn containing 10000 bales of straw adjoiningthe main stable on Sen ator Stanfords Palo Alto ranch By tho Sight of the burning straw two men were seen running away Shots were fired at them but they escaped When the fire hose was got out it was found that a knot had been tiecHn the middle of it to render it useless The firs was confined to the barn A Reporter Found the Clew OMAHA Sept At 4 oclock yes terday morning the body of Ole Little Etitch a Norwegian cooper was fonnd on the pavement in the lower part of town His head had been crushed by a bludgeon which lay by his side Robbery was the motive and a WorldHerald reporter has discovered a clue which will probably lead to the arrest of the murderer Lodged in tie County Jail CISCIXXATI O Sept Osrle the notorious counterfeiter was arrested Sat urday night os the Newport bridge by Detective Dcranello of the United States secret service and lodged in the connty jaiL Sixteen hundred dollars and a self acting revoliver were fonnd on his person but no counterfeit money Political Outrage in Arkansas LITTLE ROCK Ark Sept raob of about 3500 man some mounted and some on foot Saturday surrounded the Morril town station cm both sides of the track A onion labor mass meeting was to hare been held there and on board the train was George Small a Republican who had with him a Taliae fall of union labor Terrible Experience at Sea GLOUCESTER Sept and Charles Potter two of the crew of the schooner Lizzie Griffin arrived home from j St Pierre Miquelon Friday having been j forwarded from that port by the American i consul They strayed in a dory from their Teasel on the binks in a fotf Aug 17 and were adrift without food and water for five days and four nights during which time they rowed 300 miles They arrived in St Pierre two weeks ago and were kindiy cared for Engineer and Fireman Kilted SHAWXEE Ohio Sept work train on the Columbus Shawnee and Hocking j Valley railroad jumped the track while running dowia grade half a mile east of hero Saturday morning The engine turned over killing E igineer Ed Hill and Fireman John Scanlan The latter leaves a widow and child Hills home was at New Concord Ohio A brakeuian severely injured roat irJulKe CnoUya Wife ANN Alii OH Mici Sept Eliz abeth CoLley wife uf T H Cooley of Hie intersluts commerce commission i dieu iu this ciy early yestvrdajmorning Mrs Cioley was ilO years of age and had livd in Ana Arboi more than thirty yiars She vas a noted philanthropist and was piesirlent of the board of mana gers of the stale industrial school for girls a1 Adrian ABBREVIATED TELEGRAMS Secretary has offered to re deem another tiU OUOiiUO of 4 per cent bonds Jne Detroit board of trade has adopted resolutions endorsing the reciprocity idea an wise and patriotic rtiiriu fires Jiavo desolated hundreds of thorisands of acres of land in North Da kota south of Dickinsuu F il Jluffaker of New Berlin Ills xvtis thrown from a mule Saturday and so badly hurt that lie died in an hour J N Castle of Stillwater Minn has been nominated for congress by the Dem Gcrats of the fourth Minnesota district The surf of Friday night carried away all the ocean promenade at Asbury Park N J besides carrying off al the bath houses Belmonts Potomac won the Futurity stake at Sheepshead Bay Saturday and his Masher took second money in the same race Masked men entered the convent of La Speco near Narni Italy Aug 24 and inurderel three monks and a boy of 15 No clue to the murderers Socialism is miking great headway HiiiODsr the laborers in the Connellsville Pa district and Socialistic societies have been orgaiuized the Germans Private wires have been put up between tht presidents cottage at Cresson Springs Pa and nntioual capita and the ex ecutive office will be at the former place after the midule of this week Thomas Dew an employe of the Brush Electric Light company at Cincinnati took hold of a live wire Saturday ami fell back dead his hand being burned to a crisp The charge was 2000 volts A baby coach containing a 9monthsoM girl was overturned in the street at Cam den N J Saturday and the childs brains trampled out by the hoofs of horses The mother saw the whole horrible occur euce A monument is to be erected over the grave of Annie Rutledge at Petersburg Ills The ladys memory has recently come into notability owing to the fact that she was the first Jove of Abraham Lincoln Because Rev Dr Lockwood pastor of a Cincinnati church admitted to member ship a noted cyprian who had been con verted in a sensational manner under his preaching his congregation has asked him to resign Eugene H Cowles who was shot by his brotherinlaw at Montreal some time ago while driving with his wife has sued his assailant and the latters father for 1000X each for alleged alienation of his wifes affections The minority of the house Pacific rail ways committee has prepared a report against the proposed funding bill on the ground that legislation at this time is un wise because of possible changes in the financial situation between now and 1907 the railway debts will mature A man held one of thi ropes that secured the balloon at the coun ty fair at Woodfield O Friday and neglected to let go when the balloon rote He was carried up 1MO soronaut meanwhile making frantic efforts to pall him into the he let go and was smashed into a shapeless mass by his im pact with the earth Ten thousand peoj j pie saw the accident which was inaccuj rately reported in these items Saturday Is Interest on the llonds of 1852 a Mis Lucouiotire Into a Brick Claa Piping Ditmnges for a Lost 1S Killed and Crippled Kinctven Items LNDIAXAPOLIS Sept Beptiste Maurice de Osetlosquet of Paris France has bronKht suit njjainst the state to en force the payment of worth of bonds of the isue of ISoS and interest thereon The suit is directed ayainet Auditor Carr and Treasurer Lcruckewho have refused to pay the bonds unless di rected to do so by the court The bondm in controversy are the 5 per cent stock Issued to compromise the state debt in ac cordance with the act of 1847 So far as known there are noiv about of the bonds outstanding There seems to be little question about the face of rhe bonds being good but there is a wide difference of opinion as to whether they draw inter est to date or to 1S70 only when by au thority of the legislature they were called in MISSED THE ROUNDHOUSE And Ran Into a Private Residence Kill ing an Old School Teacher EVAXSVILJLE Ind Sept tha Ev ansville and Terre Haute yards Saturday night a hostler while stabling an engine missed the round house switch and ran down a sidetrack cnishing into a loose train of nineteen loaded cars sending it crossing through the fence and across Eighth street and halfway through a twostory brick house George Maxol an old school teacher was passing and was knocked down the wheels of a car passing over his body He lay there near ly an hour and died while being taken home in an ambulance Several other persons had narrow escapes and n loaded Btreet car had just passed when the acci dent occurred Natural Gas for Chicago MAEION Ind Sept of asso ciation by the Indiana and Natural Gas and Oil company with a capital stock of 82000000 Ifave been filed here Tha pur pose of the company is to pipe teas from the Indiana field to Chicago The direc tors of the company are Frederick Win ston Robert C Bull Jchn B Cohrs and Ancinetto Hayes With the articles of agreement was filed a mortgage in favor of the Illinois Trust and Savings bank ot Chicago and Frederick Winter of Indian apolis to Sicure au issue of G per cent bonds to the amount of Values His Leg at S250OO MAKTIXSVILLE Ind Sept 1 Jacob Whetstine through his attorney has filed a suit against the Big Four rail road claiming SSoOOO damages for in juries received in a wreck near Delhi O Oct 12 18S9 Whetstine was fireman on a freight train and through the negli gence of H train dispatcher a collision oc curred and his injuries necessitated the amputatiou of his leg Gone to the Firemens MeetlnS TERUE HAUTE Ind Sept Master Frank P Sargent nirl Grand Sec retary and Treasurer E V Debs left Sat nrdny afternoon for San Francisco to at tend the annual meeting of the Brother hood of Locomotive Firemen which be gins Sept 8 Their reports show the or der to be in a flourishing condition finan cially and in point of membership Teachers InstitutiG Closed DKCATUIJ Ind Sept annual The principal instructors were Professor Q J of Chicago and W H Fer tich of Eldorado Kan Samuel Phelps Leland of Chicago lectured upon Ire land and the Irish people An Unworthy Son INDIANAPOLIS Oehler of South Delaware street reported to the police Saturday that he had been robbed by his son Andrew aged about 18 years During the night he secured his fathers keys and took from tho safe iu cash and worth of watches diamonds and jewelry Played Havoc with the Ponies GOSHEX Ind Sept train on the Lake Shore railroad Saturday struck a herd of ponies belonging to Hostetter Broi near Millersburg killing ten 8f them outright and crippling nine so that they will probably he killed The engine kept the track and wo passengers were in jured v Fata Collision on the High Road MAPION Ind Sept returning from the county fair Saturday the oar riago of Allen Reunaker was iun into by and the vehicle with five occu pauis was pushed over a sixfoot embank ment Mrs Rennaker was probably fa taily injured They Took the llurglar In WABASH Ind Sept Grlb ben a cierk who sleeps at Bach Hip skins clothing store heard a burgiar try trying to force an entrance He sum moned the nightwatchman and the two captured the midnight artist Another Pioneer Dead CRAWFOIIDSVILLE Ind Sept Yount aged fO years Sunday He was one of the pioneer woolen manufac turers of the state and was the owner of a large factory at Yountsville Two Men Killed in a Mine PETEiiiBPEG lils Sept Campbell was instantly killed and John Millergreen probably fatally injured at Athens by the premature discharge of k blast in a coal mine Saturday Great Floods in Kurope GESEVA Sept excessive rains resulting in serious floods have converted the AnstroSwiss frontier into a series of lakes Hundreds of houses are isolated by the floods and immense damage has been done to crops and property of vari ous kinds Seven Workmen Killed BERLIN The cellar of a brew ery in Stoetterira Saxony in whicfc a number of men were at work collapsed Saturday burying sixteen of the work men Of thesi seven were killed aud the remainder were severely injured Prof TraBrovcfe fa LINCOLN Netk Sept The City of London Prof TeoBroecks air ship ex ploded near the city yesterday afternoon Jost as the professor was preparing to make an ascension F F Knapp an assistant was badly injured The balloon en tirely consumed Tha airship warn reined The Weather He Jlay Expect WASHINGTON Cn Y S following are tiie weather iadcutiuus for hours from S p iu y sierday For Wanner faiweather easterly to southerly winds For Lower warner weather southerly windj rain on Tuesday For Upper aoatberiy winds becjminc variable colder Moailar eightFor geneally weather souther y wiada followed by slioven and cooler weither Tuesday inr weather in southeast showers in nortavtjst ports n southerly warm r in eastern jttatonary temperature in western portion cooler Tuesday For wentfaer In southeast local rains in northwest portion warmer in southeast cooler in northwest por tion Monday night southerly ivinds LARGE VARIETY AN IMPOST ANT MATTES ZNYOLVED FLANNEL SHIRTS AND THE RELIABLE FLANNEL SACK COAT OTHER STYLES COATS for Infants and Children H A AacHM M D Ill So Oxford 8t Brooklyn N Y CMterUenra Oolle OoeaHparion I recommend ilMiuperiortoanrprcscription I Soar Stomach Diarrhoea Kructaucn known to me H A AacHM M D I Proaot I WItiouiSjurkwu TUB CKXTACH COMPANY T7 Murrnr prtt 1890 September 1890 Su 21 28 Mo 8 15 22 29 iu 9 16 23 30 We 10 17 24 Th 11 18 25 Fri 12 19 26 Sat interesting event ot namroay nt uusn park vras the effort of Hoy Wilkes to lowor liis iveord of succeeded in making it WORN OUT DY WORK 6 13 20 27 THE STICK AND SPHERE Aicitleiit to of the National Gnittc CHICAGO Sept most unfortunate accident marked the base ball playing of last week occurring on Saturday and probably laying off one of the most expert players iu the Brotherhood for the remain der of the senson The Chicago club was playing at New York and Coiniskgj who had been giving an exhibition iof skill rarely witnessed in attempting a hot ball broke his third finger amlToro the ligaments in a terrible manner Ho won the game and could not have played bet ter if he had known that it waa his for the season Boston still holds the Brotherhood lead and has gained six points iu the League record Chicago ia fifth in both expert aggregations while Brooklyn contests the honors with Boston in both The Standing of the Ciubs The following tables show how the dif ferent combinations stand Bmthhood won loaL nol IjQtame won lost pc BoiiUin Brookljn New York Ihllaplila Ay Chicago 5ri 52 PlttsburK 44 57 Cleveland 42 l BuUalu lisj 73 HEV G C LOlUMEtt BJ 41 malBrooklrn 71 61 4 41 thilaphla H 43 Chicago New i ork Cleveland 19 59 45 73 33 UO 17 won lost prj 6L Louis Cutumbos Toledo Rochester Athletic Syracuse Brooklyn liifnvflr nloux City oumlia Lincoln St Paui won lost po 03 34 049 61 33 633 62 38 50 47 Scores Siiturdiiy ftnil Sunday Following are the latest scores made on the diamond At ton 5 Cincinnati 8 aud Ganzell Duryea and Keenan At Philadelphia Philadelphia 9 Chicago 10 Smith and Gray Hutchison and Kittridge At 0 Brooklyn 2 and Zim rner Lovett and Daly AB New York game New York ft Pittsburg 0 and Buckley Phillips and Wilson second game New York 7 Pittsburg 3 and Mur phy Hurd and Wilson Brotherhood At game Boston 16 Pittsburg 4 and Qainn and Murphy sec ond game Boston 5 Pittsbnrg 2 batter and Murphy Staley and Quinn At 8 Buffalo 8 batteriesKnell and Cross Cunningham and Mack At Brooklyn Brooklyn 14 Cleveland 10 Weyhing and Kinslow McGill and Bren nan At Kew York 6 Chica go 7 and Brown Bart son and Farrell Western Saturday at St coln 5 St Paul 7 at City C Omaha 16 at waukee 0 Minneapolis 6 at Sioux Dtnver 1 Sioux City a Sunday at Oma City 8 Omaha 8 at St Paul 0 St Paul 8 at Milwaukee Minneapolis 7 Milwaukee 13 at Sioux 4 3rbux City Tommy Danforth Knocked Out MEMPHIS Tenn Sept Dan forth of Streator and Redcly Bren nan of Memphis fought a finish fight with Iwoouncfi gloves yesterday for a purse of SCO at Mnard City Art about five miles from here The men weighed about 18 pounds each Brennan secured the firs knockdown iu the first round and first bood in the second ani finally knocked Danforth out ia the eightb round by x terrible righthand upper cat over the left eye following ifc up with a heavy blov on the neck Both men were badly punished Fast Time at Chmrter Oak Farfc HAETFOBD Conn Sept Ciar ter Oak park grand circuit trotting races closed Stttnrfar Gny trotted an exhibi tion mile in IK and C J Hamlin ot Buffalo drove Belie Hamiin and Juattam a mile in reducing their ovrn record of and equalling the time made by Mjiiey Cobb and Netta Medium at Fleet wood in 1884 Boy The MontiO Collapse of Chicago1 rnlpU Orutor For many yours Rev Georjro C Lori mcr of tho iuiruaunel Daptist church Chicago lias taken high rank as a pulpit orator But now it seems that his days of activity are at an ond Boceath the strain of coutuit effort the erstwhile vigorous brain has given way and the only and remote possibility of recovery lies in complete cessation of all mental labor Although they hope for tho best the friends of DrLorirner have littlo expectation that tha notod divine will ever again occupy the sacred desk Dr Lorimer is by no tneana an old man He was born fiftytwo years ago in Edinburgh Scotland aud when a lad of 14 ran away to sea On his voyage he made friends with a company of act ors aad by them wits influenced to embrace the the atrical profes sion While play ing at Woods theatre in Louis viljja Ky he was converted and forsook the stage for the church He was ordained in 1850 and in I860 became pas tor of the Walnut streej church at Lonifiville This charge he held for seven years In 1868 he went to ion pastor of Shawmnt Avenue church but subse quently assumed the charge of Tremont temple He waa induced to go to Chi cago in 1879 where in May he pastor of the First Baptist church He resigned in 1881 to organize his present congregation for the major part com posed of members of the Michigan Ave nue Baptist church destroyed just pre viously by fire The church now is one of the most prominent and wealthy in the city A yellow cur came rushing out of meat market on State Btreet yesterday a little in advance of a pound weight propelled by tho angry butcher The animal had a string of Wienerwurst sau in its month Another case of dog eat dog ob served a bystander And in the silence that emmed a street band in the distance was playiiif Le Ae Triiv tine The Cream of the Joke Yes when I ijet city boajders I pass off the skim on em for cream If any of em tumble to t leay its just a joke And yon sell the real article else where Of course You see thats the cream of the irunaa CREAM JXDfPEXDKSCB JL Sept botnei for mom than a quarteror a   

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