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Logansport Pharos (Newspaper) - September 2, 1890, Logansport, Indiana LOGANSPOET DAILY PHAROS 16TH YEAfi TUESDAY EVENING SEPTEMBER 2 1890 30 107 JOHN GRAYS Corner On Early Fall Goos Of all kinds STORE FULL Both upstairs and down Right THELABOK CAUSE COME AND SEE US FURNITURE 1KICES THH LOWEST Our Designs None lnit tinliosl Workmanship Allowed to Ijisnvi our Salesroom 1 PATICI i I U Pension Ltiw POP All Soldiers Who are icprndrnl upon their own iliily 1ibor for support Fur Soldiers and 8iulors widows For Children under yours of For children permanently helpless nnd for ilcpemlcnt parents Apply in person or by letter for infor nuUion blunka untl instructions to BQRDON Pension Agont Elliott Logansport Ind THE NATIONAL Loan and Saviiteociatioii OK INDIANA io oflkc Killntt Hlouk In tlhuia for Icarl and llroiulvray National in Its Policy And Equitable In Its Plan Incorporated under tho Laws of Imliunn unit CIiuruTCJ to do in every Stato of the Ltiion Capital Payments of SO cents monthly mature In about six years Our Investment Bondsbear Ing six per cent semiannual interest costing each par value are safer than Bank Stock and pays better Security our watchword Equity our passport No extra assessments Stock n our Association not subject to taxes If you want to ouild a home If you want to buy a home If you want to take up a mort gage on your home Arrange to do so at once with the National Dont pay Rent any longer Remember this When your lease is up you have nothing to show for the money you have paid out Become a shareholder at onco In this Association and begin now to get a home for yourself and loved ones Dont wait till tomorrow begin today This Association dont make you pay for more Stock than tho face value of your loan Remember every borrower receives tho full amountof his Loan Investigate our plan Write fo circulars Liberal contracts to good agents ALEXANDER HARDY President J B WINTERS Vice President RflBT HUMPHREYS Secretary CHAS B SfEYENSOS Treasurer DRJGWESTS Brawn Seen and Heard in Field and Council BRITISH WOBKHES IN CONGRESS BnhJectK That the Gathering Will Dis cuss um 1rnm Jnont Present American Watjo Workwrs Takn a Day Out unl Inriiilo and Picnic 1y Tens of T huu Imposing DC in oust ra tion ut Chicago wUH Over 250OO Men in il or Day Klnowhere LoIox Sept opening oJE the trades unions congress at Liverpool yes terday was marked by the greatest en thusiasm The prominent labor agkators Mann THJett and were wildly applauded In the course of his address John Hums warned the congress that it WHH necessary to tin labor movement outof politico as it was esBtm tlaliy an economic question and had noth ing to do vvirh LibtuMUurn or Conscrv at Ivlsm as such The congress is by far the largest and most of the kind evur held The steady and rapid growth of tradu unionism Us importance to all mun who labor in larjje bodies tho victories it has wou for its supporters all combine to make tho present meeting niflcatit and much depends upon its deci sions and decrees Employers of labor are keeping anxious it watch over the de liberations of the body as the workmen who are represented in it by delegates Contention of tho Socialists While labor has been tending toward more and more perfect organisation cap ital has also been concentrating in syndi cates and combinntions and it is difficult to predict how milch further fcho two movements can bo pushed without reach ing a point of collision or deadlock The Socialists emplmsiza this difllcully and their pitrtisans in the congress aru ready to argue that despite its apparent success tradeunionism is but a temporary expe dient which will ultimately bo ciircuin vented by tho capitalist employers who arc In a position to outlive thn employes when it coinos to the final The Socialists therefore claim that nothing short of a radical change in the wnge sys tem will jffect a permanent uplifting of the musses to a condition of reasonable comfort Iroiiiinent Agitators The London dockers and gas workers tho Liverpool woodcutters lightormeti aud iciithoiworkers are represented now for the first time ia a general labor con ference Among the most prominent rep of labor present are hurst LJurt and John Wilson members of parliament John Burns Tom Mann Ben Tillett Iteii Pickard Clem Edwards Hayden Saiiudera and Georgo Ship ton Lady Pi I leu Beatrice Potter and Mrs RoutlegH secretary of tha Womans Trades council are looking iftor womans inter ests lmftiriiff To Itfl THsrusfiotl The programme of the congress subject to possible modification and additions is as follows First employers liability bill second certilitatos of competency for men In chargo of steam onginaa aud boil ers third ilio ilesiribility of increasin the number of factory and workshop tn Hpcctors fourth public contracts and fair wngci fifth the right of relatives of deceased miners to be represonted at coro ners inquests sixth co operation and its relation to trades unionism seventh rep resentation of labor in parliament eighth diiy Tho discussion mi tho hist named question will probably bo ex ceedingly animutid its advocates and opposers are nearly tiqunl most of the new unions favoring tho limitation of working hours by legislation while the older and more conservative unions have instructed their delegates to oppose such a view at present Tiso Days The congress is held in Hope hall The mayor of Liverpool welcomed tho dele gates and nil the city officers are exerting themselves to make everything pleasant tor their guests Yesterday mornings soaaion was largely devoted to the reading of annual reports by the president Will lam WatkinsjsJohu Burns made a motion was carried expressing tho sym pathy tho congress with the men who are now on strike in Australia and urged that material help be sont to them He described the strike in Australia as the greatOHt battle over fought in the interests Of unionism Mr Mann announced that had been collected for the benefit of the strikers ami that subscriptions were still flowing in NERVE AND BRAIN TREATMENT Specific for HTStteria Flta Neurmlirta WaJsp ftilnojt Mcntju Sorteninjrof the Unun re iMiUmff in taSAnity and adim to misery decav ami Premature Old Age Birrenness Less or Power tit either larelantarv atitl Spermatorrhoea by overexertion ot the brain or Each box contain rreai I box or lor lent hy maUprpaid w 1th eacti order for Mix will puruhaoer to refund money if the treatment fails tc Uuaraauea issued aujfcjiainc joiu talj by LABOR DAY DEMONSTRATIONS Lurgo TurnOuts itf Winkmoii AH Over tho UiiUc1 CHICAGO Sept annual holi day was duly observed in this city The number of men ixi the is variously estimated lit from 23000 lo 40000 and the lonir line of participators marched through the streets practically suspend ing business for two or three hours Mftny of tin industrial establishments were idle and those tliat were running were in many instances doinn 30 with small forces There wore forty or fifty bands iu tile line and the banners bore devices appropriate tu the day sucli as United we stand di vided we IOSLmoneyt Well make the Txx to bury tho scabs We are union men nnd cary union colors Tho Hosts of Ornwn Early in tlie moming the different trtukS to assemble at their rendez vous mid by tin appointed timo were ready for the word to march and when it cnme tho Plasterers union in white caps and overcoats the Steel men carrying tbe aliovel tlie hammer or othet implements of trade the Culinary Alliance mepiKrs looking welt fed and hearty the Carriers with their hods left at honn tin1 looking fat and wearing bouquets the Masons and Bricklayers with their troweU Stenmtit ters aiy steam but each carrying a piece of piie Piumbers with no special devitv C irpenters with the plane chisel and hammer and determination to strike Blacksmith BoilerMakers Horse slioers iVooilCarvers Bakers Butchers Coopers and CoiliuMakers chiiiiists i5ox Makers etc all stepped out to the music of tbe bandsand presented H fine appjtvrauce to the tens of thousands of spectators who lined the route of uuirch The weather was simply ideal tor such a demonstration KnliEM Labor by Themselves The Kniytits of Labor did not join this bis nrocesston They flocked bv them and dad a panide of their own Thich fromSOJO to participated The nattress makers wore white gloves and Varied colored caps The others in this parade made no effort at uniforming and ivore nothing in the way of such except 3adges of the digerent lodges and button Sole bouquets A feature of the parade the appearance In a carriage of two lolpred women representing s colored the soutn siue Flcnlcs Alter the Parade The Trndea assembly procession ended at Ogilens grove where the day was spent n listening to speeches by Mayor Cregier Frank Lawler and others and in various sports The printers picniced by them selves at Columbia park where base ball and other sports were indulged in and tbe Kniglits of Labor went to Willow Springs where they passed the day in speechmak ing and general enjoyment The whole affair pasuod otl with creditable order A SIGNIFICANT INCIDENT the Jr O U A M Objects to the German Flag in an American Parade PtTTSBUKG Pa Sept German flag wus pulled down torn to shreds and trampled under foot yesterday in Alle gheny by Jr O U A M men It was car ried by the bakers contingent in the labor parade At Arch street and Xorth avenue one aide was prevailed upon by some in fluential members of the Jr O TJ A M to Drder the obnoxious flag hauled down The bearer refused and raised the banner higher and unfurled it to the winds The aide rode off and the spectators began to jeer There were a large number of Junior Order men around and they were partic ularly incensed They called back the aide ind insisted that the German flag be re moved The officer thus urged rode into ihe ranks and took hold of the banner A rollceiuifcn Takes a Hand Ho tried to take it away from the man who carried it but the men in the ranks quickly surrounded the aide and essayed to bent him off Policeman Diebokl of Ibe Allegheny force dashed into the Ihick the fight and beat the horse and rider with his mace For a time it Kfemed that the champions of the flag would win Therefore the Jr O U A M men who bad encouraged the aide to remove the flag took part Canes and fists were used resulting in black eyes and torn clothes Policeman Diebold was roughly handled Despite the efforts ot the bakers and the policeman the flag came down Victory for the Junior Order The Junior Ordor men secured tho ban ner and in about n minute all semblance to a countrys emblem was gone The silk WHS torn to shreds aud the men tram pled them under foot Having won the victory they shouted America for Americans Tba stars and stripes the only banner on our streets and other patriotic sentiments ihey then retired nud the bakers closed up their ranks and proceeded on their way but they woro an gry and will not cool down for some i nno They threaten vengeance lests were made ftt Now York YORK Sept There were two parades to mark Labor Day in this city that of the Central Labor union and that of the Central Labor federation Both were large and imposing and both were followed by picoics with speaking athletic games etc Several of the theaters give special Labor Day matinees and numer ous programmes of sports of various kinds arranged by local organizations Thu Knights of Labor did not parade ow ing to the fact that they wero not offi cially Invited by some oversight Almost every store and all public buildings banks etc were closed The day was per fect for a holiday the weather being clear and cool At Various Other Points SAN FnAXCisco Sent were over 4000 men in line in the parade here yesterday Tlie day was warm and pleas ant and tho streets presented a holiday ippearance INDIANAPOLIS Sept Day was observed here by all the labor organiza tions with a parade and two picnics Some 5000 men were in line nnd tbe dis plays made by thu several trades were rory creditable WOIICESTER Mass Sept day vus observed quite generally NEWPORT K I Sept Day vas observed hero as a holiday by the la boring men BUFFALO N Y Sept Day was generally observed hera Fifteen thousand workingmen paraded at St Louis and then picnicked and lis tened lo speeches At Springfield Ills the workingmen nnd their families turned out en masse An ideal day greeted the laboring peo ple of St Joseph Mo and they took ad vantage of it to a man woman and child Business was suspended at tbe national inpitnl and a brilliant street parade took place At Davenport In a parade took place after which Governor Boles addressed the multitude The day was also fitly cele brated at DCS Moines Burlington rtud alsewhere Labor turned out en masse at Strentor Us and speeches were made by Robert Watchorn of Columbus O and John foley of Chicago Milwaukee workingmen held a big cel sbratiou beginning with a parade and sniling with a picnic at Sohntzen park Parades and picnics were held all over bc north generally Three Hotel Guests Cremated COMO Colo Sept Wolford louse was burned yesterday morning The fire started iu a room occupied by an nvalid who it is supposed upset the amp Three persons were burned to leath Their bodies were found in the ruins One was recognized as William Pryor a Western Union lineman The jthers could not be identified Fearful Destruction by Fire VIEXSA Sept Six more Tillages in southern Hungary have been burned This fearful destruction by fires is due to the extreme dryness of the buildings caused by a long season of torrid weather Twelve persons lost their lives during the burning of AlezeeKeresztes recently Rnssin Sending Troops to Poland VIEXSA Sept Is increasing her garrisons in Poland The additional troops are in many cases quartered In private or public buildings owing to the lack of room iu the regular barracks Ike Marvel Has an Accident NEW HAVEX Conn Sept walking about the grounds of his reil Jence at Wooiibridge yesterday Donald G Mitchell better known as Ike Marvel fell and broke his arm An Octogenarian Murdered GrKEx BAY Wis Sept Maus SO years old was murdered Saturday at his home in Preble Brown county About was stolen from the house The dU covery was made by his son on the lattera return from Green Bay yesterday ing The Weatber We May Expect WASHETOTOS CITY Sept following are the weather indications for thirtyalx hours from 8 p m yesterday For cal showers cooler weather northerly wlnd For Michigan and showeraj cooler weather variable winds becomixiff northerly For Indiana and showers preceded by lair weather in In diana cooler southeasterly winds b variable CUE LAWMAKEBS Points Picked Up at the Na tional Capital WISDOM OP THE SENATE CHAMBER A Raum Coxnniitteeman Allowed to jRe of the National Fi Xncome Tax Pre Reciprocity Jldca To Be Engrafted on tho Turin Ruildings Hills Ask for a cial News Items WASHINGTON CITY Sept made an extended speech yesterday in the lenate on the tariff question in the course of which he gave statistics in refutation of the statements made by Democratic senators as to the impoverished condition of the farming class and showed that in the state of Nebraska particularly there was no such agricultural depression but that on the contrary the farmers were prosperous and the state rich and grow ing said that Paddocks statement in that respect was an unanswerable argu ment jn favor of the protective policy Carlisle Quotes 8 S Cox Carlisle said that Platts argument at tributing the prosperity of Nebraska to to the high protective itariff was a repeti tion of the old argument which had been once wittingly illustrated in the house of representatives by S S Cox There are no snakes in Ireland Cox said and Ire land has free trade therefore there can be no snakes in any country that has free trade There was just as much connec tion Carlisle said between Coxs prem ises and his conclusion as there was be tween Platts premises and conclusion from the speech of the senator from Ne braska A Qncatton of Pounds ol Wool The matter of how many pounds of wool were required to produce a pound of cloth entered largely into the discussion Me Phersou and Carlisle asserting on the au thority of a gentleman whose name was not made public that it did not take four pounds of unwashed wool or anything like It to make a pound of cloth and Aldrich and Sherman asserting on other authority that it did Doesnt Want Them Anyhow Reagan as a commentary upon the bill sent to fhe clerks desk and had read a paragraph from a St Louis paper stating that the action of the senate on the lead ore paragraph had driven the smelting establishment at El Paso Tex across the river to Juarez in Mexico Teller said he did not care if all those smelting estab lishments wore removed to Mexico for they gave no employment to their workmen beintj all Mexicans NATIONAL FINANCIAL EXHIBIT Decrcnso in Uie Debt Less Tnnn and Expenditures WASHINGTON CITY Sept public debt statement issued from the treasury department yesterday shows a decrease in the debt during the past month amount ing to 833072 The interestbearing debt exclusive of bonds issued to Pacific rail roads ia SUi80978020 or less than a month ago while on the other hand the net cash balance or surplus in the treas ury during the nast month has decreased from 072400 to 885318809 The New Silver Celrtificntes Under tho new silver law sil ver treasury notes were issued and are now outstanding for which the treasury holds an equivalent in at580000 standard dollars and silver bullion Na tional bank depositories hold of government funds or about GOO000 less than on Aug 1 amonth ago Tho Income and Outgo Government receipts from all sources luring the past month aggregated 312209 against in August 1869 Customs receipts in August were 379 against in August a year igo internal revenue receipfci were 557853 or about more than in August 1889 On the other hand expien Jitures for August past were against in August a year ago Ienaiona Premiums and Coinages Pension payments this year in August were or about less than in August 1SS9 The premium on bonds purchased lastmonth amounted to 11729849 against in August 1889 The coinage of the mints during the past month of all kinds of money ag gregated in value Of this amount 82852000 was in standard silver dollars and in gold pieces REVIVAL OF THE INCOME TAX A Measure Introduced in tho Senate wt th That Object in View WASHINGTON Crrr Sept In troduced iu the senate yesterday a bill to revive an income tux Tho bill provides that there shall be collected for 1891 and annually thereafter a tax of 3 per cent upon the gains profits and income of every resident of the United States or cit izen temporarily residing abroad This tax is to be upon all property rents in terests premium on gold and coupons jains and income of any employment or vocation including salary as member of congress Some Cases That Are Exempt It is prpvided that military or naval pensions and the sum of the in come of any person shall be exempt un der certain conditions The salaries of ha president of the United States the judges of the United States and officers sf any state are to be exempt The tax ia to be assessed and collected by the com missioner of the interval revenue uijider an elaborate provided in the Mil xhe Haum Investigation WASnrsGTOS CITY Sept ative Cooper of Indiana brought the investigation committee up stand ing yesterday by charging that the testi mony taken at the last session had been doctored in ftnvor of Raum The commifr toofc the matter nnder advisement Rep resentative Smyser of Ohio was next ex amined He was a member of the com mittee and his examination brought out the fact that he was a stockholder in the refrigerator company a fact that resulted in his withdrawal from the committee later in the day at Coopers suggession in the house Eaum testified that pension attorneys were not given precedence over members of congress in the matter of pen sion information and his clerk Bradley Tanner said he did clerical work for the refrigerator company after his work for Uncl e Sam was completed as a fnvor to Gen Raum The Reciprocity Idea Will Go THroojjrli WASHESGTOS Crrr Sept Al drich reciprocity amendment to the tariff bill reported to the senate fsom the fiiaance committee will pass the senate subetantfally if not exactly as reported and it will pass the house in the fuune form Senator Aldrich has had confer ence with Speaker Reed and Me Kin ley and they hare expressed their wiHang outs to accent the reciprocitv proposition oy Air Alaian Tney are sni posed to represent the judgment of the Republican side of the house The prop osition it is BU pposed will meet with very little opposition on the Democratic side Proceedings in CongreM In WASHIKOTOS CITY Sept the sen ate yesterday Hoar and Blair asked that labor bills be considered as appropriate to the day but objection was made on the ground that such talk was buncombe The tariff bill was discussed and woolen and silk schedules agreed to sub stantially as reported from the nnance committee one of the most important amendments agreed ti providing that the duty per pound oa woolen or worsted cloths knit fabrics etc shall be three times instead of twice that on firstclass unwashed wool In toe house Cooper of Indiana offered a resolution discharging Representative Smyser of Ohio f m duty on the Raum investigating committee on the ground tliat he owns stock in Haumo re frigerator enterprisi which plays so prominent a part in tlie investigation At Smysers request ho was relieved from auty on the committee The speaker said he had had no knowledge of Smysers con aectioti witn cne company xne nouse passed under of the rules the bill proving for government inspection of ooftl mines in ihe territories bill extending criminal jurisdiction of federal courts to the great lakes and a bill to ratify agreements with the Sac and Fox ind Iowa Indians in Oklahoma The Men with Public liuiltling Bills WASHINGTON CITT Sept mem bers of the house who are interested in the passage of public building bills hare united in a request to the committee on rules that sufficient time be given for the disposition of public building bills now on the calendar The petition is accompan ied by a comparative statement to show that the appropriations for public build ings made during this session art less In the aggregate than those made duri ng a corresponding period in the last congress Hualon Will Not Beslgn WASHINGTON CITY Sept States Treasurer Huston has returned to Washington City from a short visit to his homo in Indiana He says that the rumor that he Is about to resign is revived probably by Democrats who desire to make discord between the president and himself and he added that he is too good a Republican to gratify them in that re spect Jfeiv York Getting Scared WASHINGTON CITY Sept T Col lis a member of tlic New York Grant monument committee yesterday tele graphed to Representatives Flower Bel den and Quinu that if the Plumb resolu tion looking to the removal of tho Grant remains to Washington City was not acted upon yesterday the plnns for the monu ment in New York would be adopted to day Plumbs Idon of Belief WASHINGTON CITY Sept the consideration of the tariff bill In the sen ate yesterday Plumb gave notice of an amendment he proposed to offer impos ing an annual tax of 3 per cenr on divi dends of corporation including interest on bonds Experiments WASHINGTON CITY Sept in troduced in theseniie yesterday a bill ap propriating to enable the postmas ter general to experiment with the intro duction of the free delivery system in offices of the fourth class INBL4NA AFFAIRS The Only Survivor of Ousters Gallant Band A LTJBATIO ASYLUM HIS HOME URGE VARIETY Springer ns a Preimlior WASHINGTON CITY Sjpt Springer wife of Congressman Springer led the Sunday afternoon miRsion meet ing here Sunday delivering a brief but forcible address upon the text The Strength of the Lord Commuted n leath Sentence WASHINGTON CITY Sept presi dent has commuted to imprifioninent for life at hard labor the death sentence of John Wampoose convicted in Wisconsin of rape and sentenced to be banged on the 80th mst Frank Hatton Recovering WASHINGTON CITY Sept master General Frank Hatton who has been quite ill for ssome time past was much improved yesterday and is believed to be out of danger A DAY OF BASE BALL The Big Put In Tlieir Time with Double Oilmen CHICAGO Sept base ball aggre gations took advantage of Labor Day to mnke hay while the sun shines and played it for all it was worth The attend ance as reported by the clubs wasLeague 33917 Brotherhood The scorei made were as follows League Morning games At 4 Boston 1 and Xagle Nichols and Ganzell At 1 Philadelphia 2 and Harrington Gleason and Sohriver At New York 4 Cleveland 0 and Buckley Youngand Zimmer At 10 Pittsburg 9 and Clark Baker and Wilson Afternoon games At 15 Boston 11 and Kittridge Clarkson Hardiev At 8 Philadelphia 5 and Harrington Duryea and Keenan At New York 4 Cleveland 0 batteries and Buckley Young and Zimmer At game Brooklyn 2 Pittsburg 3 and Decker Lovett and Daly second game Pittsburg 4 Brooklyn S son and Decker Terry aod Daly Brotherhood Morning At Bcookiyn L Chicago 13 ming and Cook King and Boyle At New York 7 Buffalo 5 bat and Ewing Twitchell and Mack At 3 Pittsburg 7 and Cross Maul and Quiun At 11 Cleveland 7 and Kelly Bakely and Brennan Afternoon At Brooklyn Brooklyn 7 Chicago 64 and Kinslovr Bald win and JTarrclL At 11 Cleveland 2 and Kelley Grnber McGill and Brennan At 0 Pittsburg 9 and Milligan Staler and Quinn At New York 19 Buffalo 7 and Ewiug Cunningham and Mack Fortunate Derailment pf Rapine Wreck on the Monon Chicago Natural ting Line Begun Bis Money aud Thought It Was Blew Up a Gin Mill with Dyn Notes LXDIAXAPOLIS Sept only known survivor of the band that followed Custer Inri Sitting Bulls village willsoon be Caught from Harrison county lud to j2ie insane asyium in this caty His name is Wake Evans and he is aged about 45 His relatives knew that he was with Custer and supposed that he hai been killed but three years later he wins by accident found in an insane hospital at Washington City His reason had been partially restored and he relates many in cidents of the great massacre but could not tell where had been since the fight or how be came to be in the asylum He Disappear Once More He wag brought to his borne in Harrison county where be remained a short time wheB he suddenly disappeared and noth ing was heard of him again until about a ago when he came back apparently sane and in excellent health He refused tci say where he had been or what he had been doing and the matter is still a mys tery A frw months his reason again left him Very little can be learned of his history but it is known beyond doubt that be was with Custer that he made his and that his insanity was produced by fright in the terrible massacre TWO RAILWAY ACCIDENTS A Wild Engine Makes u Lucky The Monon Again NEW Sept wild en gine nnd one car passed through here Monday morning at a frightful rate of speed on the Lake Erie nnd Western rail road The engineer hnd jumped from his engine to avoid a collision with n pnssen ger train on the Panhandle nt the junc tion of the two roads An accident was averted by the car attached tc the wild engine jumping the track and stopping it a few miles south of this city only live minutes before tbe northbound mail and express on the Lake Erie and Western came tip iFonr Wrecks In Three Weeks GKEENCASTLE Ind Sept un fortunate Monon had another wreck on Its road Monday morning caused by a rearend collision between freights at this place Engine No 90 just put on the road and a number of ears were wrecked but nobody was killed This makes four wrecks that have occurred at or near thii place inside of three weeks 1resentecl a Novel Proposition IXDIAXAPOLIS Sep Stanton of New York appeared in tha federal court Monday in the novel position of asking the court to refuse to sonflrtn a sale made to themselves They bought the Cniw forcisville water works some time ago md sny that the failureof the court to confirm the sale at once left the plant in the hands of a receiver He has not managed the property the city is now about to revoke the charter thereby rendering the property worthless Dltehlng for GiuPIplng VALFAHAISO Ind Sept Indiana Natural Gas Pipe line for Chicago has been ditching in the Tollestou Ind marshes has large amounts of pipes re ceived at Ainsworth Ind on the Chicago and Grand Trunk railroad and bos eight men working at Deep River Ind on tbe pumping station there This station bos a battery of four boilers in position mak ing over 400norse power and about 25000 feet of lumber A Strike on the Farms TUSCOLA His Sept More than 1000 broom corn cutters in Cotes and Donglu counties left the fields yesterday morn ing and refused to wcrk nnlessjppaid a 85 eent advance Between 5X and 400 at Ar cota joined in the strike As the cropi ia heavy and the time short for harvesting the growers in many cases will be com pelled to grant the advance denumded Infantile Assassin More COBURG OaL Sept boys named Dtvid Smith and Peter Hansou had a quarrel oa Sunday afternoon and came to blows Smith stabbed Hanson In the breast with a pocketknife Hanson died last night Smith ia only 10 jawu at Blade a Beckleas Chitrffe ol Theft SHELBTVILLE Ind Sept slander suit for damages has teen filed against Moses Joseph a dry goods mer chant by JEtna Richardson Two ago Joseph missed and as Mrs KLch ardson was tbe lost person he remembered having seen in the store he ordered the police to search her bouse They did so but soon after found bis money where he had hidden it Meeting of German Immigrant EVANSVILLE Ind Sept anni versary of the landing of the first Ger man immigrants n Amen ca wil I be brated on a grand scale in ETansville Oct 6 All German societies of the city have combined to prepare for the evcsnt aud it is proposed to make this the most imposing celebration ever held here Killed by n Freight Train EVAXSVILLE Ind Sept Isaacs a wellknown citizen of tbia place waa run over and killed at Mount Vernon Ind Sunday by a freight train He was visiting friends at tuat place It is Bup posed that he was under the influence of liquor and laid dowj acrosa the track His body was horribly mangled A Vigorous Temperance Crusade KOKOMO Ind Sept Aults loon at Greentown this county waa blown up with dynamite it 2 oclock Monday moruing Jestroyiug the build ing and most of tbe stock Anita is the only man who lias been successful in get ting license granted in Greentown all others being fought away in commission ers court Strike on a Plant HirsTiXGTOJf Ind Sept on the natural gas plant at this place to a standstill Monday owing to the ditch ers demanding higher wages This ad vance was refused and ninety mtu quit work lloosler PTewe Mrs William Felkner of Milford one of the early settlers of Kosciusko county died early Suiiday morning of cancer The employes of the Terre Haute and Peoria rail way and their families cele brated Day Sunday by a picttic at Salt Creek Ind The railroad company gave the tniin John Penn ot Browns valley guarded his watermelon patch with a shotgun and he fired upon a handcar load of sec tion men while they were plundering hia stock One man named Cook waa badly sprinkled with shot and three of the were afterward arrested and fined Solomon Bowermnf New Washington weeks ago to strange feelings and waa impressed with the belief that he was going iiaaoM Immediately be made his will disposing of his and after men tal faculties entirely gave way B G Murphy of Floyd county a garter snake with two distinct bodies two months etc the heads being j aide by and tbe bodies uniting their I satire length until within an inch and a THE RELIABLE FLANNEL SACK COAT OTHER FLANNEL SHIRTS AND COATS f v v CASTORlA for Infants and CattorlnissoweDadaptedtocUUiKnthatl I knowulonifi H A Aacmra MD I certon 111 Bo Oxford 8t Brooklyn NY Without Injuriow i THB CKNTArs ComAirr 77 Murray Street N Y ICMteria CTITM OoHe Boar Btomach Enwtotton Killi Worms tlecp ftoJ dl rialt ot the tails where they scnarateanA make a fork i The remains of John ORourke killed at Taconm Wash while blasting rock were brought to Grcencastle for inter rnent ORourke was the RepubUfflta i candidate for sheriff of Putnam county in 1878 and was a man widelv known and liked The output of apple brandy from the counties of Floyd Harrision Crawford and Perry will fall off threefourths season due to the sho rt crop of fruit i Michael Stiver an old farmer living neai New Paris was Sunday robbed of which he had hiddea in a bureau ABBREVIATED TELEGRAMS Eighty men were suffocated in a mine at Boryslav Galicia Monday ExPaymaater Geueral George F Cutler United States navy died at Washington City Monday aseii 70 The Ajnx Forge cotnpanyu works cor ner of Blue Island and Hoyne avenues Chicago were destroyed by fire Monday Loss 125000 Nearly all of the business part of Oxford Ia and many residences were burned Sat urday night The loss is estimated at 000 to President Harrison and Gen Sherman have accepted invitations to the reunion of the Army of the Cumberland at Toledo O Sept 18 Mrs John Scott of San FrancUco took her dead babe In her arms Friday last and for nn hour beseechedthe Most High to re store it to life and it was douo So a Frisco telegram Emily the daughter of Henry prominent citizen of Northwood Pa has disgraced hercelf and family by elop ing with her fathers negro coachman who left a wife and four children to go with his white paramour Mucli disgust possesses the citizens of Wheeling W Va just now because the Law aud Order league has inaugurated n wholesale enforcement of the Sun day laws Nothing couldbe purchased in that burg last Sunday except necessary medicines at drug stores The comptroller of the currency has au thorized the following banks to begin business each with a capital of First National bank of Aberdeen Wash ington First National bank ot burg Pa First National bank of Aurora and First National bank of Elgin Tex The New York Central railway will raise the question of jurisdiction thing tefore the state arbitration board The niilway lawyers claim that tha boards term of office expired in May lost and that the law does not provide for the old hoard holding over until successors are elected John S HowellV formerly of Indiana who made a fortune out west and then settled in Cleveland O with his pretty wifo ia now a grass widower arid devot ing his time to organizing other men sit uated like himself into antimatrimony societies His wife was unfaithful and he thinks marriage a failure THE MARKETS CHICAGO Sept L On the board of trade today quotation were 2 September opened and ckeed 8101 December opened closed U039fc May opened SLOsy closed f Corn Xo 2 September opened closed October opened closed Iay opened closed Oata 2 September opened closed Hfcfc October opened 34c closed May opened opened S1010 doeed Stl15 October opened closed 21030 January opened f closed opened and cloged 36 15 Live following were tbe quota I ions at the Union stock yards opsned active and firm prices tftlOc higher light grades QH5U rough packing mixed lot heavy and shipping lots Produce tieparator fine gathered cream flue to good Imi tations dallies finest No 1 dairies USlie frwh packing candled loea off I6Hc per doz Live bens 9c per Ib spring chickens per Ib rootsters per Ib turkeys mixed lots aaiOc pr Ib docks 89 ftHc per Ih spring docks 9t per Ib geew J5C035SO pr dot Jersey roee I100SL30 per bu Wis consin per ba choice 90c per btL Swiaet potatoes Baltimore 13004330 per bri Jersey per brL green cooking per bri per bo stand per case Blackborli Micligr per IDqt case Kew Toirk lock Knr Sept L Lin stock dull aud at a reduction of ItGjtSc V 100 poofMt OreROli Icttor POUTLAXD Ore Sept mette river is not a very imposing stream but it ia the source of some very importunt enterprises As a highway of commerce it does not rank very high Nn morous light draught stern wheel carry tho local products out to Portland from somewhat like a hundred from the city and tho stream is an im portant outlet to a large lumler district The country through which it runs ia a good agricultural and fruit growing region Oregon City is like a block of New England transplanted At this the river has a fall of about a hundred feet in a railo or thereabouts and navi gation has been made possible by means of a series of locks The banks here several hundred feet high and along the crests on either hand are and orchards The banks of the river hare been covered over with extensive manu factories of various kinds which include woolen mills canneries few mills and wood pulp and paper mills The were constructed eighteen years ago by a private company and the state gave a bonus of with a conditional proviso by which it can acquire thti title the locks at the end of twenty years The probability ia tliat this will not be done however as it has become so valu able a property that it would require a big sum of money to buy it The locks have enabled the company to develop the most extensive water power in the world Sluiceways or have been constructed frora the above the locks and they afford on failing power equal to the most exten sive manufactures I made trip from Portland to Oregon City as a guest of the Oregon Press latter place had laid an luncheon ot the bluff overlooking the rapds be low falls and after the feasting and speech making were ended the party escorted through the various and thus given a chance to judge of the ex tent of the industries of tho place If Oregon City fs not known as the greatest manufacturing city of Oregon in tho near future I misa my guess W O A Wise Precaution A firm of chemists in Uirminjjuaui Eng landplace upon all poisons sold by them di rections as to the antidote which should be applied iu cases where the are taken accidentally or intentionally by human beings An English chemical journal girai an instance where this precaution wai the means of saving life A wojian poisoned herself and then informed her husband that slv had done it A medical man was at jnce sent for bit In all probability the woman would have been dead before he arrived but for the fact that her bus band chanced to read on the label whicii accompanied the poison tbe instructions Give a mixture of chalk and water milk and magnesia or carbonate of soda aud water until medical aid can be procured Tbe result la that the would suicide is alive todayNew York Commercial Ad vertiser bulb coin Sbeep and rather nnd lower for sheep with gwd hunbe abont steady and common a trifle t MO la lire CREAM BAKING more thstn a quarter of a eeMurf ItnuedtqrUMliBiOdMstsjcGoTenuteut aoned l7 tbe of the mat MM Dr Price Bakknr contain Ammjaia LJatoor AlvmT HtMoflr in FBICIt POWDBJICD
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