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   Logansport Pharos (Newspaper) - September 4, 1890, Logansport, Indiana                                LOGANSPOBT DAILY PHAROS 16TH YEAE THURSDAY EVENING SEPTEMBER 4 1890 NO 30HN Corner BLAST An Ohio Man Forgets Con gressional Courtesy Oo Early Fa Of ali kinds STORE FULL Both upstairs and down Prices Right COME AND SEE US lUBIOUS ATTACK ON THE SENATE The Upper HOUHO Given an Angry Go ing Over ami Soiuo of Its Members rioktitl Out for Speclttl Denunciation The Killing nt Iiarrucclln untl Our GOT ernnieiitrt Interest Therein The Raum InroctffUtlon Drags Wwiirlly The Work In Congresss FURNITURE PRICES THE LOWEST Our Designs None but the Best Workmanship Allowed to Leave our Salesroom Now Penslon Law POP All Soldiers Who are dependent upon their own daily labor for support For Soldiers and Sailors widows For Children under 16 years of age For children permanently helpless nnd for dependent parents Apply in person or by loiter for iufor million blanks and instructions to BQRDDN Pension Agont Klliitt Block Logunsport In THE NATIONAL Loan and Saving Associate OF INDIANA oiHre Klllctt Itlook liana Cor 1Curl loitimsiiort In National In Its Policy And Equitable In Its Plan Incorporated under the Laws of Indiana and Chartered to do Uusincbij In every State of the Onion Capital Payments of SO cents monthly mature In about six years Our Investment Bondsbear Ing six per cent semiannual Interest costing S7O each par value are safer than Bank Stock and pays better Security our watchword Equity our passport No extra assessments Stock in our Association not subject to taxes If you want to build a home If you want to buy a home If you wanttotaketup 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 once in this Association and begin now to get a home for yourself and loved ones Dont wait til tomorrow begin today This Association dontmake you pay for more Stock than the face value of your loan Remember every borrower receives the full amount of his Loan Investigate our plan Write for circulars Liberal contracts to good agents ALEXANDER HARDY President J B WffiTEBS Vice President ROBT HUMPHREYS Secretary CHASB STEVENSON Treasurer VY AMILSULUX Crrr Sept j slonul courtesy was Ignorod in the house yesterday In a manner seldom witnessed in either chamber nnd the senate given a scoring that was sensational in its lack of regard for the amenities of statesman ship Tha ClaytonBrcckinridge case was up and Kennedy obtained tliu floor to upeak thereon He began by declaring that tbe details of Claytons murder were abundant justification for tho passage of a federal election bill and continuing said Speaking for mynclf I shall nail the ban ner of the Republican party at the mast head with the doctrine which has become inseparable from the history of its exist ence and which demands the protection of the humblest citizen in the right to an honest ballot and the protection of life and property and stand ready to defend that doctrine to the lose Postponement of the Election Tnut the election bill bos teen killed by Republicans to true Without fair treatment the bill which the house of representative said Imperatively was demanded for the preservation of Its own honor and for the safety and stability of its honor and for the protection of the whole country against outrage and in tlnildatlou and violence is de liberately put aside without a hearing and without opportunity of considera tion When before in all tha post his tory of legislation has ono house of congress dellberntely put upon the other the mark of Us derision and contempt lh The consideration of this measure was demanded by every of de cency and honor It was dernanded by the house of representatives that its floor might be purged of those who are enablod to enter by reason of violence and mardnr Senatorial Courtesy Seored Tho senato of the United States will learn that there is a bar of public opinion and al that bar it is now being tried To have been a senator in the days of Wobslorand Clay and Calhoun was to have been part of u body that wou and had theadmiration of the people north and south To have been a senator iu tho days cf Wiido and ITessenden and Critten den was to have been associated with men whose sense of honor would have denied companionship to ono vhoso name was tarnlahud over by oven a suspicion of in famy or corruption If the Romnn toga had been dragged in tho flith and re Ire of the centuries surely the cloak of senatorial couttesty bus been used to hido tho Infamy and corruption which has dishonored and disgpacod a body which was once tho proudest in the lunrt A nt 1ayno tuul Urico This clcmk of senatorial courtesy has become a stench in the nostrils and a by word in tbe mouths of all tho honest citi zens of the land It makes a clonk behind which ignorant and arrogant wealth can purchase Its way to powor and then hido Its cowardly head behind tho shameless protection of sunatovial silence It means a cloak behind which petty party bickerings may barter away a partys principles and play tho demagogue iu the face of the people It meana a cloak be hind whloh pretended honesty hides its dishonest henil while iu secret it is trad ing and trafilclng iu the rights and liber ties ol the people It moans a cloak un der which not only tho timid but tho cow ardly politician can cover up his tracks and la either foul or fair as thu uecensity demands The hour forseuntorlil cour tesy has passed Fioroo Onslnught on Senator tmy The spsakor then said that the Repub lican party victorious in every field and 1C it failed now it would be owing to the treason of its leadens and went on as follows The Judas Iscariot of 2000 yeans ago is to rind a counterpart in the Juclnn Iscariot of today The Judai who took tho thirty pieces of silver and went and hanged himself haa left an example for the Mat Quays that is well worthy of their imitation Some time since I stood up in my place on this floor and de nounced a senator my na tive utato because when charged with corruption and branded with infamy he didnot rlsu in his seutiind demand an In vestigation Ono other occupy ing a high place Iu the councils of the party to which I belong has suffered him self month in and month out to be charged with crimes aud misdemeanors for which if guilty he should have been coodetinuod and had rueted out to him tho fullest measure of punishment This man Is a Republican shall I now remain si lent f tVniita Him Driven Into Retirement I not know whether the charges made against the chairman of the Na tional Republican committee are true or false but I do know that as a great Re publican leader he owed it to the great party at whose heail he was either to brand them as Infamies or to prove their or lie owed it to that party to ByC WESTS NERVE AND BRAIN TREATMENT nsiufl from its leadership He has not done oilhor and for this I denounce him He has delayed too long to justify tho belief iu his innocence Under such circumstances he should be driven frotn the head of the party Kennedy Hud a Clear Field This outburst was listened to with sur prise on al 1 sides IgRi igu don by the friends of the senators attacked and ela tion by their enemies onboth sldos of the house Although it is an ancient rule of parllaiueutary bodies that members of one house shall uot rofer to tbe action of members of the other in debate the speaker pro em made no effort to call Kennedy to order and he had his say un interrupted ProcttmlliiffS In Congress WASHINGTONCITY Sept In the sen yesterday a resolution offered by Call declaring the shooting of Barrundia on an American vessel In the harbor of Guatemala au insult to the American flag was referred to committee The tariff bill was taken up and the sugar schedule discussed Extended aeneral sublet of protection Messrs Evarts Voorbees ana Gray The evening session was devoted to speeches on the bill The house passed tho bills to regulate granting of leiues at Hoc Springs Ark Soriemnifof ItinS ii tnsAnitv anil IpAiiine to raise Jib rrtmanircOld Aft otiiuu jpi UB OIL fttticr invoiarirarr bcuA j and for bridga across the Savannah by the Georgia and Atlantic rail road The Olay X for sent far to will or Ho onler for to refund aaney if thu treatment tu cmra OoArantoee ura tonBreckinridge case was taken np and discussed with some acrimony but wlth out action ncDoiiniment beimr delayed until n lace dour Kennedy of Ohio made very bitter speech against the senate attacking Senators Payne and Brice by Implication and Quay by name MAY CAUSE SOME TROUBLE Tho KlUlngr of Geo Barrandla on an American Ship WASIHXOTOX CITT Sept Friday last at San Jose de Guatemala a seaport in the republic of Guatemala Gen Bar rundia a revolutionist was shot in his cablu on board the American merchant ateamsliip Acapulco The captain at flrtt refused to deliver Barrnndia to the Guat emalan ofHoore and said he would resist to the death The officers then went ashore and saw Minister Mizner United Status minister who sent word to the captain that he could not lawfully refuse to de liver Barrundia The captain then with drew his resistance and Barrundia was shot dead in his cabin Whether he re sisted or not ta a question The Guate malan officers say he did and with weap ons A Claim on Uncle Sam Gon Barrundlas family has made an appeal to the American government which either calls on the United States to exact a pecuniary consideration from Guate mala for Barrund death or to resent thealleged affront to the majesty of the United States The matter Is under con sideration at the state department and there la some difficulty as to the meaning of the appeal If meant In the first ol these senses it would be impossible for tho presldenfcto demand a consolatum for the widow and orphans unless he first decided that the sovereignty of the United States had been invaded and upon reaching that decision tho relations ol ths two would asiume so grave an aspect that merely personal interesti would disappear from the controversy If the cablegram were meant as an invocation to the presi dent to perform his public duty to his own country It would ba an Insult to the presi dent and to the country The In trie Matter Tho right of th e Guatemalan authori ties forcibly to arrest Gen Barrundia even on board an American merchant vessel is unquestioned provided the facts are as given the department of state Tbe only theory that can be formed from the information at baud is that Gen Bar ruadia was justifiably slain In unlawfully resisting a legal arrest by a competent authority and according to due process of law Minister Mliuera part is assumed to have consisted in advising tbe master of the American steamer that he could neither he protected nor justified in resist ing forcibly tho arrest of a fugitive from justice who had voluntarily brought himself within the offended jurisdiction Pickling a Rori fur In the meantime the friends of Gen Barrundiaare making things warm for themselves The day after Barrundia was killed his eldest laughter tried to shoot Minister Mizaer and was only prevented by the ministers coolness Now tbe friends abovemeutioned are threatening the min isters liCe and his office is constantly gunrdcd by police Ro rofustes to leave the city however and will see the thing through If he should bo killed the Potted States would demand reparation from Guatemala ftnd that government would undoubtedly take it out oC the hides of Barrundias partisans International Arbitration WASHINGTON 0iTT Sept I pres ident sent to the house yesterday after noon a letter from the secretary of state accompanied by reports adopted by the PunAmericau congress relating to the subject of international arbitration Sec retary Bluine In his letter serstheact of congress iipprovad Mny 34 IMS author ized thy president to invlct the several other governments of America to join tbe United States in a conference or the pur pose of discussing and recommending for adoption plan of arbitration for the settlement of disagreements and dis putes that may heraafter nrise between them In his letter of transmlttal the president says thab the ratification of the treaties contemplated by these reports will constitute one of the happiest and most hopeful Incidents in the history of the western hemisphere The Kanm Investigation WASHINGTON UITT Sept Raum Investigating committee met again yes terday and Cooper wanted to begin over again because the appointment of Flick of Iowa in Smysers place Flick said ho would read up the testimony and asked time to do so and the matter wont over Then Cooper offered a resolution calling upon Raum to present a list of promo tions in his office since ho took hold also for a list of allowances made Pension Attorney Lemon since February Raum said he challenged Cooper to show that any promotions had boon made wrong fully and that Cooper was seeking to de lay the Investigation When It was sug gested to go ahead with hearing testimony Cooper objected saying that he would not be ready for that until he had tho in formation asked Tbe committee then adjourned Evarta1 Views on the Tariff WASHIXOTOS CITT Sept and Kvarts both spoke on the tariff ven ter day and both antagonized the reci procity scheme an proposed by Blaiiit In concluding his speech Evarta thin sum marized his views Hake jour tariff as you think right Let others make theirs as they think right And when yon reach as England has reached the position that you can devour the of other na tions better by free trade than you can preserve your own by protec tion then change your Inwi Stiver Continue to WASHINGTON CITT Sept direct or of the mint yesterday purchased 100 000 ounces of stiver and 200000 ounces at 110 Tho total amount offered yesterday aggregated 2006MX Annces Silver in London yesterday sold at pence per onnoe the highest price recorded In that market ilnce March tss Preftlaentlal Kotnlnatlona WASHINGTON CITT Sept presi dent was sent to the isnate the following nomination John W Boss of tho District of Columbia to be nommloner of the Dis trict ot Tioe Imtn Q Hins re signed James Brady Jr of Massachu setts to be aollector o customs for the llstrlot at Fall Mass REED AT BOSTON Cholera EpideuilcAbMtlng LOSDOS Sept 4 The cholera epi demic at Jeddah Is abating and deaths now average only tivo a day appearance of the disoase at Yembo how over renews the gravity of the situation Konmanlas Sept The poet queen ot Houmania who is sojourning In Wales for her health Is inaking studies of Walsh scenery and character which will figure in a new novel on which she is at work The Speaker Addresses tha Hub Republicans EE IS A BOUSITO WELCOME Recites tho Achlovcmenta ot the Present Congress Organlstiinjy th Ifew turty at St Which 4s to Reform Things Generally The Last Days Work of tho Single Tax Men Convention of TTuconsln Republican Clubs Political Field Notes BOSTOS Sept Speaker Reed who Is his way to Maine to participate in tho political campaign in that state addressed a large audience last night at Faneuil hall It was a very enthusiastic gather ing and Reed was ijiven a rousing wel come Chairman Burdett of the Bapub lioan stata eommlttce opened the meet ing Introducing Hon Jonathan A Lane president of the Boston Merchants asso ciation as the presiding officer Lane dfe brief speech touching upon the tariff question and then introduced Reed tha Jirst speaker Reed expressed grat ification at the reception given him say ing it was a great satisfaction to any man to know that the people of the United States iero behind his associates and him Any amount of individual courage may be greatly strengthened by the addition of the courage of other people The strength of a nfttica is the strength of its united people What terrifies the wrongdoers is a unioni of good men 3fli0 Qnestlom of Surplus It Is amazing to notice the histyry ot thn bouse of representatives and of con gress to see how in detail is carried out this that when things are to be done the Republican party does them The great struggle which has been made by the Democratic house of representa tives for years has been not to be econom ical in the expenditures of the govern ment hut to out down the sum total of appropriations They have been striving In every way to pile up the surplus not merely by taxation but by parsimony in their action in the expenditure of money So longr as they could point to the clog ging of business which results from the storing of money In the treasury they seamed to be happy but now are en gaged in showing that the surplus has disappeared They nre unable to be con tented either with a surplus or without one Defense of Che Expenditures Thtire Is no doubt but what the ex penditures of the government are about to approach its receipts but any man would make n mistake if he believed that It was in any way a result of extravagance or carelessness with the public money that a dollar has been appropriated by either house which does not cnrry upon it the stamp of the necessities of the govern ment and nobody who does not carefully consider this matter cun ever realize the righteous action of tho Republican party in tile house and senate much it cost them to be economical in a true and proper sense There has been advertise ment broadcast of this surplus and every human need and want has been set to gether to try td get money out of the treasury for other than public purposes but none of these schemes hag been suc cessful All the expenditures have been legitimate just and proper Questions That Have URen Met We expend nearly our income Wo shall also reduce taxation to the ex fcmt of 50 000000 in addition thereto Reed then referred to the question of pen sions and said it was one of tbe most difficult to meet but that congress had passed a measure that was iu ail its im portant features satisfactory to the coun try as a whole fie then said So have we met all such questions We have given to the postofflce department its due need of increase Wherever the necessi ties of tbe government require any ad dition we propose to give it to tho people Such Is the magnificent growth of the country we can do this safely We have met all questions in this spirit Solution of the Silver Problem Here was the question of currency with widely diverse ideas On the Pacific coast and in the silver states there was a wild demand that the mints should be open to the free coinage of all the silver in the world On the other hand there was a reasonable fear on the part of men living in other parts of the country lest we should clo something which in some way would drive gold out of the country aud cause monometallism on a lower plane The result has been very much owing to the good action of a member of congress from the state of Massachusetts That right eous judgment has been reached which seems to be sending silver safely to par to the great advantage of this country At the close of his address Reed was loudly cheered Henry Cabot Lodge fol lowed Reed and was greeted with enthus iasm THE SINGLE TAX ADVOCATES A Platform Adopted with Applause Henry George NEW YORK Sept The single tax delegates were promptly on hand at 10 oclock yesterday morning in Cooper Union A discussion took place as to whether women should be elected honor ary members William Lloyd Garrison of Boston thought no discrimination should ba made that women should be admitted just the same as men wlthdut any discrimination Henry George read the platform which had bosn prepared The main points were that all men were created alike with certain inalienable rights No one shall be permitted to hold property without a fair return Ths plattcir m was loudly applauded A Big Fed at Coney Island Henry George was entertained at ban qua nnd reception at Cone Island las t sight by the Brooklrn SingleTax olnb Many prominent singletax men ad dressee and delegates were present from the leading singletax clnbii of every stats In the Union Abont 500 guests sat down to dinner Among those present were Judge Magulrs ot San Francisco A H Stephensoti of Philadelphia Frank T Lyford of Maine 0 ft Cooper and RG Brown of Memphis H F King Otoome fcv a W Tjjwikeray aod Dr W N Blllof Maryland tX Smith and James Mury Water 61 St Louis to eiecrtau state fiexer neanod by W D Hoard and to secure the return of a legis lature that shall readeec John C Spooncr to the United States senate A NEW PARTY INCUBATING It Proposes to Unite All in Favor of Gen uine Reforra ST Loos Sept was a na tional convention in session in this city yesterday which called for the pur pose of deciding upou a pmtforiu on which the Greenback Prohibition autl otaer re form parties can unite for the purpose of establishing a genuine reform party cf sufficient dimensions to make a marked showing against both of the old parties There were some fortylive or fifty dele gates present Including Mrs Monou Todd of Chicago aud Sirs S E Emery of Michigan both wellknown writers on economic questions Points from the Plntforui The committee on platform kas pre pared a declaration of principles which will undoubtedly be jwlopted It declares against national banks and favors free coinage of silver demands suf frage and national prohibition the ma terial reduction of duties on cecessuries of life ballot reform and government ar bitration to settle all labeldifficulties It also declares in favor of tbe election of United States senators by the people di rect Kansas Republicans TOPEKA Kan Sept 4 Repub lican state convention assembled yester day Tbe platform indorses prohibition Senators lugalls and Plumb A H Horton chief justice of tbe supreme court L U Humphrey governor William Hlggins secretary of state A F Felt lieutenant governor L B Kellogg attor ney general nnd G W Winans superin tendent of public instrnction were all re nominajted by Reclamation C M Hovey of Thomas county was nominated for auditor on the third ballot The National Republican League SABATOOA N Y Sept tho meet Ing of the executive committee or the National League of Republican clubs held here yesterday it was decided to not advise incorporation under the laws of the national and state leagues as pro posed April 21 next was chosen as the date of the next national conventionto be held at Cincinnati Returns from Vermont WHITE RIVER JUNCTION Vt Sept One hundred and eightyeight towns Cfive Patje Rep fur governor 27775 Brigham 15841 nil others 1162 Tho same towns in 1SS3 gave Dillingham Shurteiff 15483 all others 1108 Tliu KKCtlon LITTLE ROCK Ark Sept from 555 out of townships in the state give Eagle Dum for governor a gain of 9020 nver his majority in the same places two rears jigo if the same ratio continues Eagles majority reach 30000 Nominated by StraightOut Democrats HOME Gv Sept 4 W L Feltnn yosterdHy rominutel for congress by the straiyluout Democrats who boUcd the Democracy of ihfi Seventh district Shook of Earthquake iu California GILROY Cal Sept A shaip shook of earthquake was felt here at p m yeateiday Its duration was about two seconds Wisconsin Republican Wls Sept stat Republican leagoe opened the campaign yesterday by n meeting here John 9 Kelly was elected pneldsmt Speeches were mode or Kelly and JL 3 Laster of Ilia and a platform I plank ot wmon la as followsj Ik sdncation of children lies safety at the republic We stand by the school house and In ita defense we the cooperation of all patriotic people We believe in the protection of the youth from the evil resulting from child labor We heartily indorse the platform adopted by the recent convention and wejplBdge ourselves to do all In onr cower CLAIRE Wis Spr Eighth Democratic eotvrijssiotrU con tention yesterday WilliamF iiaiioy On tho Husu Rail Field CHICAGO Sapt scores on the diamond yesterday follows At game Philadelphia 0 New York 0 Vlckery and Schriver Sharratt anil Buck ey second gnnic Philadelphia 9 New York 5 and Gray Bur kett and Buckley At yu 13 Boston 4 and Daly Clarkson and Gtmzel At Altootm 10 Pittsburg 6 batteries Young and Dowse Heard and Decker Brotherhood At New York York 11 Buffalo 1 and Ewlnft Twltchall and Hallipan At Bos 12 Cleveland 6 Gumbert and Murphy Bakely and Bren nan At 10 Pittsburg 11 and Cross Maul aud Qulun BEEN MISSING FOR FORTY YEARS A GoilSeokor of 49 Hoard from in Cal ifornia LOWBLL Mass Sept S Davis of 4 Dodge street this city ttr oently received a letter from California containing the information that his father who left his mother and Itttln ohildrfn nt Pittsfield Me in 1W9 was living but very 111 at Rockland Cal It was signed Unknown Friend which proved to be the postmistress William W DuvU the father who is now 80 yearn of age left his home with the goldseek ers of 49 telling his wife that he would return rich An Unintentional Blgnmlst She heard nothing of him afterward About twentyfive years ago she heard that he had been killed by tbe Indiana snd thea she married a man named Plummer with whom sho still lives mt Plttsfleld The facts indicate that ths absent husband and father has kept trace of his family during his selfimposed ex ile The father Is now anxious to see some of his friends from ths east Collier Is Shrewd CHICAGO Sept the Collier insan ity case yesterday the erratic lawyer coin ducted the crossexamination of Dr Kler nau the medical expert with great shrewdness and forced many admissions from him damaging to tho prosecution At one time Kiernan said that loss of memory of recent events wasa ayiaptoEn of paresis when Collier immediately pro ceeded to give a minute and accurate ac count of his life for the past three years and up to date A striRe on Fnrnells JToperty LOSDOS Sept 4 qnarrymen em ployed on the estate of Parnell struck against the employment of persons ob noxious to them as managers and over seers the ground of objection being tbjit tha overseers were strangers and persons a different eroed from the It Is understood that Parmell will clixw ths CLaarries should the dispute contlnua The Bnbiin corporation obtains its ply of paring from quarrisV To Advance tire Price of Glam CHICAGO Sept resolution WM idopted by the glass men of the country who are in session here to increase prlciei iimit production demand a prohlljl wry tariff that Belgiom and othtir European glass may be kept out HOOSIEB ITEMS Incendiary Barn Burnings Near Washington DfGEHUlTT OF TEE FIBS BUGS An Infernal Machine lor Rats to Tonch Accidental Xllaaes at Terre XtttliDnal Missionary Conference in Cit JBcns Forger INIppCil fa the WASHINGTON lud Sept Tha numer ous barn burnings that haVa occurred ill this vicinity huve aroused public indigna tion The object of tbe incendiaries neoma to be to burn machinery anil compel farmers to depend upon day leiborers in making their crops SomedayBSgo Robert Carnahan near this city found a box of matches in his hny loft Not long after he found another bos of matches tinder similar circumstanced IU Was a Stick Contrivance Half of the matches had been removed leaving vacant place in tha box and this was filled with cheese and tightly closed The cheese attracted rats and mice and in gnawing at tbe box to get at it the matches would be ignited and the liames would spread to the hay A move ment is now being inaugurated to arrest the incendiarlesas tile losses have become BO frfquewt that insurance companies aro declining to take further risks on exposed farm property TWO FiHES AT TERRE HAUTE The Riverside Woolnti Mills and Fair Ground Stitbles Burned TKHRE HAUTE Ind Sept River sida Woolen mills were almost destroyed by fire Wednesday Flames burst from a rapidly revolvirig cylinder anil soon spread hrough the building making escape for employes very difficult in a number of cases The mill was purchased by its pres ent owners only six weeks HRO They will rebuild at once Loss Wednesday evening one of the new sta bles at the fair grounds the one in which Sunol lived this spring whilegetting ready for the summer campaign and thirteen of the old stables were destoyed by flre Loss about with in surance No horses burned Full of tlie MlmilimRrr Spirit INDIASAPOLIS Sept Tho national missionary conference opened Wednes day night in this oity with n meeting at the Second Presbyterian ohuroh The object of the conference is to enlarge the work of missions and endeavor to pro vide means for sending a larger number of active workers into foreign fields About 5000 young peoplts are now on the list of those who desire to go ns mission aries and the conference will try to pro vide means for utilizing the enthusiasts During the meeting addresxe1 will be de livered by Bishop Taylor of Africa Rev Dr E T Pierson Rev W E Blackstone RevDr James H Brookes Professor Pen tecost and other noted evangelists and di vines Two More Floncicrs Dead VALPARAISO Ind Sept H Fifleld a prominent pioneer is dead aged 88 years He came tu Porter county forty nine years ago He removed from Wheeler to Valparaiso then South His daughter Almira was an army nurse He had eight children thirty children and twenty greatgrandchildren MARION Ind Sept Albert B Kline of this city secretary of the Amer ican legation at Venezuela uuder the ad ministration of Gen Grant died Wednes day eveninguged GO years A Clumsy Toting Foreigner Arrested GosnEX Ind Sept fresh rustic named John C Gulp who thought be was too young to be prosecuted for any crime was arrested Tuesday for trying to trade a forged note against the Hon James M Hatta for a Het of harness The forgery was very apparent and a few minutes after his attempt the young man was be hind the bars He Went In for Seulskbu TALPARAISO lud Sept 4 Ladune of Plymouth has been arrested here for stealing a sealskin sacque and other garments at that place The goods were recovered Reunion ofVeterans LA PORTE Ind Sept two days reunion of the Seveniytbird Indiana vol unteers commenced here Wednesdaywith a large attendance The York Arbitrator NEW YmtK Sept New York staie board of arbitrators continue1 Its inventigation Into the Central strike yes terday After hearing testimony In which little that was new was developed the board adjourned to meet in Albany on Friday Several discharged employed tes tified that they lost their places because they were knights and in every instrnce the person who was alleged to have told them why thoy were discharged denied the words attributed to them A Gigantic Hase Ball Deal PHILADELPHIA Sept twenty four hours a gigantic base ball deal will be made public The committee having the affairs of the Players league in its bands consisting Al Johnson John Ward and F BrunellmetZacPhelps Chris Von Dcr Ahe and W PL Whltaker in this city late Tuesday night and held an Im portant conference at the Colonnade hotel which will probably result in the consoli dation of the Players league and Ameri can association DUNLAPS Hats4 SILK AND STIFF and Winter Styles for Infants and Children Outcrta Is well adapted to children I rnra I rwommend it as superiortoony prescription I Stomach DiurrhOM Eructation to me H AACHK MD I 111 Bo Oxford 8k Brooklyn NY j Without tajurkxn Tnx CKSTATa COMPAXT 77 Murray Stfwt N Kail Term LOGANHPOKT INI ESTAHIISHED 1SC7 Sept 8tli A CollCRO ol Ilookkepiutf Penmanship Shorthand and TypewritingDeeMolly the boat equipped and one of the most thorough in tike State Lailtcs anil Gentlemen tralnod for and secure JU3inir positions Jxw rates attl facilities umileil Irec K A President Another Lr BLOT Mo Sept Smith a negro who during an sjtercn Hon Tuesday with Mr Albright tnui tared the latters skull with a stone was taken from the jail yesterday morning by i masked mob and lynched Accident to Broker ITork NEW YORK Sept Mr Frank Work the ureter driv ing in Central park yesterday afternoon joe of bis horsea became refractory and tke team ran away Mr Work jumped out of the Tragon and wu dragged some distance sustaining severe contusions Will Have Time tj Itepent NEW YORK Sept Emily Car anaugh who an tbe evening of Jnly 24 endeavored to riddle her actor hnsband John Caranaugh with ballets at tbe corner of Irving place and Fourteenth was sentenced yesterday to five yearn and four montanin the state prison The Weather We May WASHINGTON Crrr Sept following E are the weather indications for thirtjeli honrt from 8 p m yesterday For Wisconsin showers warmer weather variable wiiatfs For Indiana and weather except 1 light local showers in northern portion copier southerly winds shifting to westerly Tor i Upper wanner weather i variable winds For Lower era warmer weat her In northen illzhtly cook 1 er in southern portion southerly wlnda Toe 1 local Bhowerft ftllghtly wmer weather variable ABBREVIATED TELEGRAMS Tbe annual convention of the American Bankers association was begun at Sam toga N Y Wednesday j Tho Yuungstowu O Telegnjm hM i been sold to A J llalford o Indianapo lis He assumes the mauagunieut Nov L The prohibition law went into effect at Deadwood S D Wednesday and the town ia us dry as a deserts far as hard drink ia concerned Tho failure of lloxie Miller an exten sive Wisconsin lumber flrm is reported The assets are cxiiiimtod at lia bilities about Tbe RothEcbiJJs arc thinking of buying the Mesnbi and Virmiliou iron ranges in Minnesota They have an agent looking over tho property now At a dance in Africa a St Charles Mo suburb Ed Ganett razored Dick Mosuy and Liv Cralj across the nearly decapitating Mosby Garnett Li in jail A workman employed In Marks Bros saddlery nt Omaha was discharged be cause be participated in Labor Day parade and ari a result tbe forty meu employed by tho flrm struck The marriage of Mrs Grace January of St Louis to Mr Frewen of England la off Mrs Januarys fortune of dencends to her children and Jfrewen could not control It which Is why Mrs John S Drown widow of a recent ly deceased citizen ot Kansas City Mo suicided with laudanum on her huabandB grave Wednesday because she dreaded spending tho rest of ber life In an infirm ary Mrs Sara Mclntyre Marie her daugh ter of 10 years and Agnes Roberta M adopted daughter were burned to death In a flre at Philadelphia started by a drunken mun overturning a coal otl lamp Neil Burrows uid John Ewing two ne gro toughs are under arrest at Corning O on charge of being tbe men who tried to wreck the New York Cannon ball ex press in a tunnel near Pittsburg Pa re cently Fire at Hiawatha Kaa early Wednes day destroyed two and a half business blocks ai a tolal loss of 4159000 Vala able boohs and fcWOJO in currency in the vault of the First National bank were burned up Some ill wind has blown a myriad ot fleas down on New York city until tbe situation ii like unto Egypt during Phar oahs little contest with Inject powder is in demand and in the mean time tbe watchword is scratch Baroness Maria De Los Antgelea Yznaga Garcia daughter uf J Yxuagu a wealthy planter of Cieofuegoe d a cousin of tbe duchesa of Manchester was married Wednesday at the city hall New York by Alderman David J Roche to Edwardo P AlvurcE a youiig Cuban ugar planter Ivory Plalsted a Cleveland lawyer was divorced from hu wife in 1899 He then married again Recently he died and the fict wns developed that hla Snt wife bad been living with him and his second wife all the time The first wife harmlessly Insane and had no knowledge of her anomalous position Slow bat need a hundred dollars and I need them bad Cant you let me that amount course I can let yon have it but not all at oncfi Como to me on the first of every month when I draw my wages and Ill let you have A Chestnut Cracked I wish she murmured that yon would toll me that story again the one that you said was original Did yon think T told 1t welir he In quired eagerly Yes I never hoard it told better in all my Post THE CKICAOO Sept I Oa the board of trade wt September tlinWi clowd Dttoaotbcr opened f closed tlMH Mar openad tlOTHCorn No t September at closed 45Hc October opened 41 Mar opened closed I September 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