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   Logansport Pharos (Newspaper) - September 5, 1890, Logansport, Indiana                                16TH YEAB LOGANSPOBT DAILY PHAROS FRIDAY EVENING SEPTEMBER 5 1890 MO 110 JOHN QRAYS Corner Oo Early Of al kinds STORE FULL Both upstairs and down Prices Right COME AND SEE US FURNITURE PRICES THE LOWEST Our Designs Nonebut the Heat Workmanship Allowed to Leiivc our Pftncinncl New Pension Law POP All fi Who are dependent upon their own duilylabor for support For Soldiers and Bailors1 widows For Children tinder ID years of age For children permanently helpless nnd for dependent parents Apply in person or by letter for infor miition blanks and to jft JL GORDON Pension Agont Klliolt Block Logansport In THE NATIONAL Loan and SaYimjkodat OF INDIANA Ilnnic Oftlcc Klliott Illnck Lotcnnsport In illanti Cor Ionrl luul Uroadway National In Its Policy And Equitable In Its Plan ncorporated under tho Laws of Imllium anu Couriered to do IlHfiacys In uvory State of the Onion Capital Payments of SO cents monthl mature In about six yoars Our Investment Bondsbear Ing six per cert somlannual Interest costing each par value are safer than Bank Stock and pays better Security our watchword Equity our pessport No extra assessments iJtock in our Association not si bject to taxes If you want to build a home If you want to buy a homo If you want to take up a mort gsge 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 hcve paid out Become a shareholder at once in this Association arid begin now to get a home for yourself and loved ones Dont wait till tomorrow begin today This Association dont make ycu pay for me re Stock than ths 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 acents ALEXANDER HARDY President J B WINTERS Vice President PUT HUMPHREYS Secretary CMS B STEVENSON BEcwisri AND BRAIN TREATMENT POLITICAL NEWS Candidates for Office Beginning to Hustle Around BIIED ON HIS OWN BATTLE FIELD An to tho Citizens of Goo Vttlnier Ilusy Keeping Up the In terest In Peck Docs a 1lltlo at in Croson The KpiL1jlicnnH on St Iteforuicrs llscnss H Ilntforua for Congress PORTLAND Me Sept Thomas B Heed speaker of the national house of representatives arrived here lust night trip from Boston was a series of ova tions at every topping point At Ilaver hill Mass there was a large crowd and Reed and Henry Cabot Lodge addressed it for twenty The speakers were escorted to the Htand and back to the rnli way by a procession of Republican clubs and upon the train starting it was sent on iU way with a round of cheers Short were made at Exeter Norvmarket and Dover runl at each place ths hearty welcome was repeated and the distin guished travelers spoke for a few min utea The same thing occurred at Salmon Falls North Berwick Kennebunk and Saco The Speukliiff tit Portland Three thousand people gathered at the city luill hero last night to hear the issues discussed Heed was accompanied to the platform by the mayor State Represen tative who presided presented the speaker who was received with a pro longod burst of applause He said that until 1888 a Republican house had not beeu elected since because there was not enough votes but because the votes were not counted down south as they were east or intimidation had pre vented them from being cast Twenty five seats in tho house had been wrested from the Republicans under the open do flant declaration that the southern Demo cratic white man shall not only rule the black man of the south but the white man of the north Tlie llulu of tho Continuing he said that long before the present congress had assembled the nir hud been resonant with the threats of the minority with declarations that they were to rule in utter disregard at the will of the people of the United States At tho very worst no nioasnro should pass which did uot have tho sanction of their high approval If nny man hero thinks they reckoned without their host that they had no foundation on which to build their threats he knows little of the deep laid schemes of many years to render the Re publicans powerless whenever they should get control For years rule has been piled upon rule and decision upon decision to render legislation dependent upon the sufferance of the minority Filibustering lurked in every lino The power of ob struction was without limit Keeping riiitforin Pledges He sniil that a system that enabled onofifth of the members of the house to block legislation rendered elections lessaml called a halt to civilization itself When wo cleared the decks for action there was plenty of work to do and wo have done it to the full meosuro of satis faction We have achieved all that tho Republican party promised and more Most platforms are but gener alities ijood enough for tho campaign but our last platform has been treated by the home of representatives like a deed of trust In proof of this he cited the passage of tho tariff bills and lard bill and declatod that the former was the re sult of tho liuiei of tho whole people Ha said that there was another promise to be kept and that was to enable every man in to vote and have his vote that pledge would also be redeemed Party llognn Ife closed us follows What the house has shown the country that nny house can do is worth a princes ransom Hence forth promim can not be excused except by performance Henceforth great meas ures can not be lost and nobody know what has become oithem Party respon sibility has begun and with it also the responsibility of tho people for they can no longer elect a Democratic house aud hope that the minority will neutralize their action or u Republican house with out being sure that it will keep its pledges If we have broken the prece dents of an hundred years we have sot tho precedents of another hundred years nobler than the lost wherein responsibil ity wilt wait on power ami wherein the people with full knowledge that their servants can actwill choose those who will worthily carry out their will Mr Read also paid a graceful tribute to the late Representatives Kelly Randall and Cox PECK GOES TO LA CROSSE The Democratic Ctimlldiito for Governor of Wlacoiinin LACKOSSK Sept W Peck mayor of Milwaukee nml the Dem ocratic nominee for governor was a guest of his former LdCrosse friends and neigh bors yestorclny Ho arrived on the early Milwaukee train ami was met at tKe ata tlou by Rescue Hoso Company No 1 of which he is an honorary member and a band of music and escorted to the clnb room where he responded in a speech Later he visited the fair grounds where there were 15000 people He dtdut talk politics but devoted his remarks to a few reminiscences and congratulations In the evening Peck was tendered ft re ception ut the rooms of the Jefferson club ami for the first time during Jils visit struck n political vein The spacious rooms ot the cub were packed and sev eral local speakers talked briefly upon the issues now confronting the Democratic party in this state Mr Peck was received everywhere with eutluisiastic demonstrations THE VOTE OF VERMONT Ban iAHd Figures of tho Recent Elec Legislature WHITE RIVKU JUNCTION Vt Sept revised and correct compilation from 238 towns embracing the complete guberna torial vnieofTof the 14 counties in the state give 1nge Rep 82610 Brigham 18 7td all others 1214 Majority for Page 13 683 The sums towns in gave Dilling bam 47053 tfhnrUeff 19228 all others 1 852 Majority tor Dillinfrham 20453 De crease iti Republican voto 14402 and in majority 13763 decrease in Detnocrjuic vote 481 Only eleven towns wanted to coplute lha total note One hundred aud ton towns in the Second con gressional district give Grout 15813 Shurt eff majority for Grout 8383 Nina tytwo towns in the First congressional strict give ilaloney TNSI jtrtumer arrived Here yesterflay ana spoke to n good audience in a ravine near Wyman house States Attorney Fowler Introduced Gen Palmer The general referred to the past history of tbe state briefly reviewing the noteworthy Inci dents Regarding tbe old soldiers he said Many men are still shaking the bloody shirt Well were never bloody in the war Other of these ahirt shakers were infants at their mothers breasts when we were at the front flghting for our country and gener ally I may say the 100day men are jet the most savage of us all He then tackled the tariff and gave a vigorous outline of the Democratic view The general was greeted with frequent and longcontinued applause Tliey Stsnd by Prohibition TOPEKA Kan Sept Repub lican convention yesterday adopted a plat form of which the following la the pro hibition plank Ten years exemption from the evil effects of the traffic In In toxicating liquors secured by a faithful observance of the constitutional amend ment and the statutes supplemental there to by which vice has been lessened and crime decreased leads ns to expresa de termined opposition to an change In the prohibitory legislation ot our state ex cept such us will make the laws stronger and more efficient and Increase the aood order sobriety and welfare of the people The Icwa Prohlbltloniata DES MOINES la Sept Prohi bitionists held a wellattended and en thusiastic etate convention here yeaterday and nominated the following state ticket Secretary of state C R McFarland audi tor of state Ira Dorcas treasurer J C Reed supreme judge G B Turney re porter supreme court O B Crawford clerk supreme court D F Spurrier The platform adopted declares prohibition is the paramount political issue of the party and declares for a tariff for revenue The convention also resolved to put a con gressional ticket in each district and a county tioket in each county Nominated for KEOKUK la Sept Republicans of the First congressional district yester day unanimously renominated John H Goer to succeed himself ST JOSEPH Mo Sept Repub licans of the Fourth congressional dis trict of Missouri al thulr convention held yesterday nominated Hon Nicholas Ford by acclamation MADISON Wls Sopt Demo cratic convention for the Third con greasaionul district yesterday nominated Allen R Bushnell for congress New York Republican Clubs SAEATOOA N Y Sept McAlpin called the state convention of Republican clubs to order yesterday at Tho convention was enthusiastic particularly when Blaines name was mentioned Several speeches were made one by Hon James M Tyner of Indiana The secretary reported 834 clubs In the state Resolutions were adopted of the orthodox Republican kind with an indors ment of the reciprocity idea where it does not conflict with protection GroMvonor uml Byiincn in Joiat Iebnte OSWEGO N Y Sopt thou sand people listened yesterday to a debate on the tariff question between Represent ative Bynum of Indiana and Represent ative Grosvonor of Ohio at the Oawego fair Both speakers were loudly cheered and presented ingenious and plausible ar guments The debate was exceedingly spirited and interesting and lasted two and onehalf hours Tlie National Reformers St Lo0is Sept National Re form party is still In session at Central Turner hall The committee on resolu tion remained out until 3 oclock yester day afternoon when it presented a plat form containing twentyone planks of whicb a synopsis was given in these dig patches yesterday Debate on their adop tion was very warm and en adjournment was taken CATCHING THE OTHER FELLOW A Bascat Who Wanted to Buy GOOB Captured WASHINGTON CITT Sept post office department has received informa tion of the first arrest under the act of March 8 1889 which makes it unlawful to answer a green goods circnlar J J S Nicholson wrote from Matthewston Md xinder date of Oct 15 to Adam P Conk lin Hoboken N J in answer to a type written circular Couklins mail was stopped and Nicholsons letter was found containing illO for which he was to re ceive 1300 worth of green goods The ar rest was made Tuesday at Lewistoo Md and Nicholson was held under 11900 bonds to await the action of the grand jury In default of which he went to jail Tha American Bankers SARATOGA N Y Sept Thurs days session of the American Bankers association Edward Atkinson of Boston addressed the association on the topic Credit as Affecting Prices Hon Will iam L Trenholm excomptroller of the currency followed with an address on The Bonds of Bank Officers and Em ployes Hon Jay L Torrey of St Louis expounded the national bankrupt law aud Hon Benjamin Wright read a paper on Banking on the Pacific Coast The following officers were elected for the en suing year President Morton McMichael of Philadelphia first vice president R M Nelson of Selma Ala treasurer George F Baker of New York secretary William B Green of New York llrlekmakors TV ant No Arbitration NEW YORK Sept rasponse to a dispatch from the state board of arbitra tion as to the existing trouble a subcom mittne of the Brickmakers association called on the board yesterday arid stated that they had nothing to arbitrate and that they proposed to run their yards and employ whom they please without dicta tion The board said they would get the statement of tbe walking delegates and then transmit it to the aasociatiaia House ajid Senate In Brief WASHINGTON CITY Sept the sen ate yesterday consideration of the tariff bill was continued under the fiveminute rule The amendment of Davis to put binding twine on the free list was agreed to 24 The senate disposed of all the paragraphs the dutiable list except sugar la the house rising to a per sonal explanation in connection vrlth Can nons famous blacklist made a long jetich in criticism of the speaker and tha The Clavtonhreckinrldgij election case wiu debuted further without action The house passed the senate bill to an A it Prf Oid Affe BAirenneKi LOM e Ittar Mi mul a bv cf llitf bfmin or v Indulgance lxx t SI boi or MI o r tent bjr raul prpnil ilh nfccb onler for will wnd piWlUir to refund Money it tho treatjittiit fnila n UurwiMdinudeiidgciuuaeiol majority for Powers 3a25 The number i taoriwi the survey of the seventh standard of Democratic representatives elected as i parallel between North and South Da per returns is aboul CO or a gain of over 1S8S GEN PALMERS CANVASS 19e Speaks to tbe Democracy of bo th town Ills JSELlZABETHTpTrx His Sept SHOCK ot Karsnqaakft In California GUBOY CaL Sept sharp shock of earthquake was felt here at aJO p m WodrMndar Its duration was about two j second SOME BAD BREAKS A New York Commission Firm Short of Money LIABILITIES ABE HOT YET KHOWH But Scarcely a Doubt That They Will Up Into the Mneh fen kerin with Pork and Wheat Did the PotterLovell Company Expected To Be on the WrongSide of the Fall sires Keported YORK Sept A Saw yer David L Wallace and Thomas Mil ler constituting the firm of Sawyer Wallace Co cotton coffee and provi sion commission merchants of 18 Broad way have assigned for the benefit of cred itors to Marshall without prefer ences The assignment was a surprlje on all the exchanges and on Wall street The firm was an old one having been thirty seven years In business here It had been interested In many big deals and re por ted to lost 11000000 in pork last January It had branch houses In Lon don and other European cities Will Iteaoh Into the afllllons The failure will undoubtedly reach Into the millions though at present Itii impos sible to make any approximate estimate It is estimated that the sum total of nom inal assets will reach tlJ7riO000 among which are included the 11000000 lost in the pork deal In 1832 the firm made an attempt to corner corn in the New York market but made a failure of it The firm have undoubtedly immense of merchandtso In the various In which they dealt both in an export and Import way It will however take time to realize oa these holdings and the gen eral optnioii is that the assignment WM made to limit the loss on speculative options WILL REACH FIVE MILLIONS The FotterXjitveU Crash Growing Worse Mellor BOSTON Sept looks now as if the liabilities of the PotterLovell company will aggregate more than As signee Haskells report is not ready yet nor will it be for several days to come The information relative to the liabilities comes from a reliable source Meanwhile other houses are beginning to feel the elects of fche crash Parties who mtghthave been embarrassed by the fail ure of their note brokers to furnish the usual accommodation have established a credit in other quarters A Chiongo Mans Xnttirent The director of the company are Wal ter Potter of Cohasset Wallace D Lov ell of Newton George W Terrell of Bos ton J V Farwell of Chicago and J D Cheever of Hew York It io sold that under the Massachusetts law directors are personally liable for all debts In excess of the capital the company It is that 1 V Farwell and J D Cheover though notified of their election for two years have never accepted or taken any action in the business of the company are some doubts as to their be ing in any way responsible or the Isgal officers of the company lloxle nsellor May Pull Tltronwh ANTIGO Sept N Mellor o the firm of Hoxie Mellor said last night that tho reported attachment was true but that he believed it would prove only a temporary embarrassment He placed the assets of the firm at and thought 6400000 would more than cover the indebtedness The parties who made the attachment wore secured by chattel mortgages in Michigan He aaid that no assignment would be made add seemed to be hopeful of pulling through al right Important KANSAS Crrr Mo Sept Co live stock commission men have failed with liabilities of 10000 assets considerably tins The Evening News baa been closed on attachments procured by the Rochester Paper company and the Remington Pa yer company amounting to 17100 The ppper has been in existence years HABTIKOTON Neb Sept M N ashs general merchandise store was closed yesterday by Omaha creditors The liabilities are tSOOO assets about the same Investigating Gen Riiutu WASHINGTON CITY Sept Ravim investigation waa a failure yesterday owing to the absence of Cooper an absence regarding which the committee did not at tempt to conceal its Impatience Counsel for Pension Attorney Lemon preferred that Cooper be present and complained that he wan giving the newspapers a good deal of matter inimical to Mr Lemon and giving him no opportunity to refute the same by this policy of delay Counsel desirious to put Cooper himself on the stand and suggested that a subpoena be issued for him and the suggestion adopted Flick stated that he had read the evidence and law no reason for begln iag the Inquiry over again The com mittee then adjourned to Monday when the hearing will be continued The United TypothetsB BOSTON Sept tlra session of the United Typotbetw yesterday it was de cided to hold the next meeting at Cincin nati on the tibird Tuesday in October 1991 The apprenticeship system came np and it was urged that it be adopted and that employers be scrupulous in doing their duty to apprentices A resolution was adopted deprecating the oraze for grotesque aad fancy Job type as causing needless expense to printers A H Pugh of Cincinnati was elected president and Emmett Waddy o Richmond Va cor responding secretary Where Boulanger Got His Money PARIS Sept an address to bit constituents Wednesday night M Ia guerre the wellknown Boulangist and a member of the chamber of deputiea warmly thanked the Duchess dUsesa for contributing 3000000 francs to the cause of Gen Boaluiger In an In terview published In The Siecle Gen Bou langer says that be not despair of playing an important part In the of France or of revenging himself upon his enemies Vance at His Joke0 Again WASHINGTON Cm Sept tho senate was considering tbe tariff Mil yes terday paragraph 4M relating curled hair having been reMd Vance said that if he could only gee the people to read the bill their hair would curt without BUT conragement Laughter A Aonnsnens rur a L03TDOK Sept Joy the tor hac completed his recent cou uud will sail for America soon with ser eral ns including the monu ment which to mark the grave of the late J C Ayer at Lowell This rooajfte of amarble lion weighing fire tona pedestal weighing aevtn Uxuv INDIGNANT PENNSYLVANIANS They Will Trj to Shut Kennedys Speech Out of The Record WASHIKOTOX Cm Sept Tbe speech Kennedy of Ohio in the house Wednesday In which he criticised the fion of the senateln shelving the federal elections bill and attacked the personal record of Senatoi Quay was the prlncl pal topic of covoraition about the Capitol yes terday Borrows of Michigan who as pro tern was in the chair when Kennedy delivered his remarks says that Kennedy WM not called to order by him for attacking the senate a violation of the of the house because custom has ordained toat some member on the floor and not the chairman Is the proper penon to make the necessary point of or der Action or the Keystone State Hen The Pennsylvania delegation called on Barrows and indignantly protested agalnat his failure to call Kennedy to or deri The delegation has consulted In re to Kennedys remarks ONeill has drawn up a resolution reciting that Ken nedy has violated the rules and privileges of the house by using language uncom plimentary to the senate and to Senator Quay and providing that the speech shall be withheld from publication in The Record The resolution will be offered at the opportunity by Dulaell of Penn sylvania if Kennedy will not consent to withhold his remarks Kennedy says that he will publish his speech in The Record when it is revised How the Sunate Feels About It Quay was in consultation with Ingalls and othar Republican senators yesterday and it understood 1t was decided to be advisable for him to takfi no action in regard to the speech A prominent sena tor familiar with parliamentary prece dentt and practices when asked what woad be the proper course to Be pursued II it wera decided to do anything said that If after a time the house took no action the aonate should pass a resolu tion courteous in tone calling the atten tionof the house to the unparliamentary procedure and then leave It to deal with tbe question us it saw fit DEATH OF EXGOVERNOR NOYES The Ohio Soldlar and Statosmnn Erops Dead on the Street CINCINNATI Sept Edward F Noyos of thesuperior court dropped dead shortly after II oclock yesterday on North Court street near the large entrance to tbe jnH yard He had just left tlie court hotwe having heard an injunction case Coming down from the bench the judge entered into conversation with several friends and just as ho reached the gate way he staggered and fell striking his head against a atone wall A gentleman whowas walking behind him at the time ran to his assistance but after a few short gasps the general expired THo Record of His Life Edward Follensbte Noyes Tras born In HaVerhlll Mass Oct 183i He served five years in aprinting office graduated at Dartmouth in hml at the Cincin nati law school In 1SW IB July 1SC1 he commissioned major of tlie Thirty ninth Ohio volunteers He in many of the groat battles of the war lost a leg at Raff Mills and was made n brigadier general in tS5 In that yeir he was elected city folicitor and two years later of the probate court He was choacri governor of Ohio n 1S71 and in 1877 was appointed United Stales min ister to FrtincL1 n member oC the celebrate commission to determine the Hayes contest March 1SSD he was elected judge of the superior court which place he filled up to the time of his eiuniise The Uuso Hull Kxperts CHICAGO Sept 5 are the scores made yesterday on the ball field At Philadelphiallostou 7 Philadelphia uud Ganxel Gleason and Gray At Cleveland 2 and Decker Beatin and Ddwso At New York 8 Brooklyn 7 and Buckley Terry and Daly At Chi 7 Cincinnati in nings Hutchi son and Kittridgo Duryun and Keenan Brotherhood At Boston Boston 6 Philadelphia 0 and Mur phy Sanders and Cross At Brooklyn 4 New York 7 hing and Kinslow Ewirig and Ewing At 2 Cleveland 6 batteries aud Mack McGill and Brennau At 4 Chicago 5 find Quinn King and Farrell At game Sioux City 2 Milwaukee 6 second game Sioux City 2 Milwaukee 1 at Minneap 0 Minneapolis 5 at Lincoln Kansas City 8 Lincoln 2 In Ihe Tariff mil WASHINGTON CITY Sept senate made some important nmendments to the tariff bill yesterday follows Flax not hackled reduced from cents per pound to per ton Tho Democrats voted solidly for this and the Republican negative votes were Allen Cameron Ca Davis Dolph Hisginn McMillan Moody Paddock Pierce Sherman Stock bridge Waehburn and Wilson of Iowa Hackled flax was reduced to per ton from 4 most of the above Bepublicans voting again in the negative Hemp tow was reduced to J10 per ton from 135and jute yarn to 2S per cent Binding twine was put on the free list Tnoet of tbe above Republicans voting aye and only one Toting nay The provision taxing burlsps of flax jnte or hemp over sixty inches wide 2 cents a pound was struck oat Un dressed feathers were put ou the free list Cvttletneu Get an Kxtenslon of Time WASHINGTONCm Sept Mnj Cal vin Hood of Einporia Kan who came east to represent tbe cattlemen who were ordered to leave the Cherokee strip by Oct 1 has seen the president Tho cat tJaman claimed that if the order was en forced as originally issued they wonld great losses The president toid Maj Hood that if the cattlemen would give a guarantee that onehalf of the cat tle would be ramoved by Nov 1 and this other half by Dec 1 he rould modify order ficcardlngly This compromise wilt be by the cattlemen i to Substitute Greenbacks WAKKIKCTOX CITV Sept of Indiana introduced in the house yes terday a bill to retlrs the circulation of national banks to Usue legal tender notes In lien thereof to redacethe inter estbearing public debt and to amend the laws in relation thereto THE STATE BUDGET A Fair Forger Who Failed of Her Object SHE USES MBS EENDBIOKS IAME And Would Hare Succeeded If Bad IjKuown Bow to Har rlMraa Letter to Hilt Old A Bid for Removing the Momence Wild with sational Divorce IKOTASAPOLIS Sept handsomely dresfted woman of refined appearance en tered L S Ayres Cos dry goods store and presented a letter of introduction to Mr Thomas the superintendent of the The letter read This will iDtro dnce you to Mrs Sanford of Washington D C who li to purchase n dress and other articles for me I will call In per son and settle the bill Mrs T A Hen dricks The to pick out about 50 worth of goods but In the meantime Mr Thomas became suspicious that the note was a forgery as tha Introduce and were mis spelled Were Cut Short Ijte dispatched a clerk to Mrs Hen dricks while the lady was delayed until an anHwer was received When the clerk did come back she was preparing to order about tSOO worth of goods but the nego tiations were cut short by the informa tion that Mrs Hendricks pronounced the letter a complete forgery When con fronted with this statement the lady paid for the goods had already purchased and immediately left The forgery would have probably passed but for the two mis spelled words HARRISONS OLD REGIMENT The National Executive Sends It Greet ings at Its Reunion IKDIAKAPOLIS Sept Har risons regimenttho Seventieth Indiana Toluntecrs held ltd annual reunion ten miles south of this city Thursday Tho following letter from tha president was read dated Cape May Point Aug 20 MY DEAR COMRADES That I cannot attend the reunion of the survivors of tho old regiment is a source of very great re gret to me and I venture to hope that the denr old Mends whoso happier lot it is to be present will also feel some little dis appointmeut I am debtor to them for the brave and patient service they gave to our country under my command and for a most loyal and affectionate comrade ship since tho fighting days were over God bless thorn every one Moat sin cerely yours BENJ HAHMSON Mr Harrison was reelected president of the regimental association and by a unanimous vote loving greetings were pent him Rereoval of the Momeiioe Bock iNDIANAFOLrs Sept commis sion appointad to receive bids for the re moval of Moraence rock opened the three proposals lor the work yesterday The Kimball Cobb Stone company of Chi cago ofTerid to do the work for and Thomas Bock of Chicago for jSS 182L Emtl SIrols of Lake county bid 134800 After calling Attorney General Michener in consultation the contract was let to Sirois at upon condition that he flic a bond for 50030 and enter into Huch contract as may bo required by the commission concerning the work and the questions that are likely to arise in connection with it Found the Rascal at Laat FBAXKFOIIT Ind Sopt Paris a hardware who de serted his family and business three years ago tneccape the law for forgeries and other crooked transactions has been re turned to this city and placed in jail Although the officers have kept up a constant search since bis absence not a word could be heard of him until his lo oatlon last Wednesday when lie was found working on a St Louis street rail way Had Snakes at a Picnic VALPARAISO Ind Sept Swede of Chesterton drank so much whisky that he was attacked with the delirium tramens For hours he yelled In the morning he fled to the liquor picnicand roved uround a raving maniac utark naked His pur suers captured him with difficulty He was brought to tho county jail whore he made things interesting for the sheriff and family When somewhat sobered he was released His Wife a Und Name MARION Ind Sept Snyder a bridegroom of less than two filed a complaint for divorce against Sa rah Snyder The plaintiff is 60 and the defendant 38 Stephen alleges that by reason of his wifes thefts lying abuce and deceit he was compelled to leave her and aska the court to lift the matrimonial collar from hisneck Closed the Reunion LAPOBTE Ind Sept The reunion of the Seventythird Indiana regiment closed Thursday The following officers were elected O G Wheeler president J J Ferris vice president E K Barnhill secretary and treasurer Crown Point was selected as the place for the next re union Have a Deep Hole Aorbow VALPARAISO Ind Sept Crown Point Ind has a gas well hole 3200 feet deep A Chicago man has agreed to bore it 1000 feet deeper and to have for his pay what he may find Crown Pojnt will then have the deepest hole in the ground on the globe it is said 4200 feet Tue Natural Gas Terror MABTrssviILE Ind Sept Xatnral gas has been found one mile north of Brooklyn this county The ground is sunk to a depth of five or six feet with great from which a hissing is heard The people are afraid to get the gae on fire feaiing an explosion A Peculiar Coincidence IKDIAKAPOUB 8ep Mrs John H Weaver was found dead in her room Wednesday with am open book la her hands entitled A Strange Ending Her son saw and talked with her apparently in good health only a few momenta before she was found dead Healthy Exercise Thats what the work of washing clothes and cleaning house amounts to when its J done with Pyies Pcarlinc Little IS or 10 drudgery less l I U i morcclcanliness morcecon I i i V omy and a large saving of wear and tear on ail sides Youll iind directions on back of pack age for easy washing I twill cost you five cents to try it pverv grocer has else gives satisfaction to the mill ions of women who use and have been using PEARLJNIv for who rely on their brains to save their backs unscrupulous jrroccrs are offering imitations thiy Ut Well Cclaim tl Pentline or thesime as Pearline ITS FAISKOx i ii lire dangerous rVMKS DUNLAPS CSFall and Winter Styles LOCANSFOHT IND ESTABLISHED 1S67 Kail Term Begins Sept 8th A tolloiro of Bookkoopiiig Penmanship Shorthand anil Typewriting Decidedly the equipped and one ot the most thorough In the Stutc Lurries anil Gonthmen tratnol for test e Jusincsfi and sccnre mailed free payingposltlont Low rules imd LnwrdTiiB racilViiiw s E A KAII Pruelilent He Will Shoot Him on Sight MTRIOS Ind Sept John Alvey an f iron moidercloped Thursday with j the wife of David Awiinson with whom j be had been boarding Atchinson started in pursuit of the CugitiTe prfr thai he would shoot might movement has been started In to build a mbnnmeBt to CanJiml Hewtnaa Stabbed tbe City 1 ARQOS Ind Sept 3City Marshal Reed was slabbed Tanndaj by Andrew Stafford In attempting to arrest the tet ter who was engaged In dnnken street i melee Stafford b lunr tm Jsfl mouth Reeds wonade MUuilisl i fatal TXBBX HAUTK Ind Sept Haute Street Railway company has cloaca1 a eomtract with the Weettnghoase eorapeav lot a complete electric plant The system will be in operation by NOT 1 ABBREVIATED TELEGRAMS The carpenteriistrike at Chicago is o itrike no longer Most of the men ara at work aguin A supposed Incendiary lire gutted th e milding o the New Haven Conn Wire joods company Friday morning iiausing a loss of While thirty people were watching the lood from a bridge at Prague Austro Hungary Thursday the bridge was washed away and all were drowned There Is prospect of a lively rate war In western passenger rates owing to the al leged unfair handling of excursion tick its by the Atchlson Topelca and Santa Fe oad An incendiary Souflagriition is reported at Snlonica Houmelia which hoa de stroyed the catliddritl and all the public The number of houses burned s 12000 A sou of the German Iron manufacturer Krnpp is In Ottawa Ont looking at the nickel and copper mines near there to f their product is adapted to use in mak ng nuns KxGovsrnor E F Noyes of Ohio who served with distinction during tbe war and was minister to France under Prcsi iayes dropped dead at Cincinnati Thurs day of apoplexy The flood situation at Prague Auiro rlungary is growing worse Guns were ired Thursday night to warn Iho people of their danger the dam of A pleasure like having burfct The Democratic tlon at Piqua O hits taken wtUout a ciloiee ihe ijiiilot was taken under the Australian and took two hours The responsibility for tiie terrible aooi dent on the Old Colony railway Quia cy Mann has been placed by tho coro ners jury upon Track Foreman Welsh who left the jack om the rails The magnates of the BruUicihooi and Americau association biU iiona say the story of a meiyliiiij at Phila delphia to 11x np a coznblnt the iwo a very bairen ideality Xed Gray was swept f ruin the deck of s cboonur in the Atlautio offthe of a week ago and was given up for dead Thursday he appeared li the giving Ids family a Joyful surprise Joseph F Young of Philadelphia shot lis wife and himself In a hotel at Atlan iic City K J ut Thursday morning rle suspected lier of infidelity The arom wound is thought to be fatal but tile husbands is alight Tile AVeather We MMJ KKpvot smsoTOX CITT Sept follovrlag are the weather indications for thirtvftlx home Vom B p m For ireather Fri and warmer BOUth ery winiU Fur Mlbigin and Uxal h3vrs except Tair weather In confin and portion of Upper tran variable wlnda generally soiilherly For Indiana aadl showers Witrmer in northern cooler In south ern p rtioa variable wind A of Jonh Billings A few yeairj ago ridinj up town ia a Madison avenue car I was seated oppo site the gentleman who 115 best remem bered SB Josh Billings The rear plat farm was somewhat crowded and in the course of our ride one of the paaeengeni stepped off nnd on several times in order to assist the lady passengers Finally the car was josit comfortably filled and the courteous gintJeman had taken las seat inside Jotih Billingis see ing an opportunity for a joke beckoned to the conductor and pointing to the stranger said Dont ycra charge far every ride on tliiscar Tes sir answered no Well Ive seen that fellow tt Js car six times and you have collected only one fare from Mag ajdne j D HUB I to The action of dynamite ia so quick Uiat it ia said a tender green leaf cam compreaded into the hardest steel befon ii haa time to flatten One of the ezperi of toe United torpedo worki was to dace MUM I two Heavy Hat ot Iron net ttteoj on a firm foundation and see what gmt oottoii would do in forcing the iron pieoas together The reaction was m great that one of the iron WM driven down upon the other quick encrigh to catch an exact and complete faaproeslon of tho leaves before they cocli escapo It is ulso a singular fact that the gnu cotton itself should rink deep into tho iron when it the points of tho letters stamped into the cartridges This novel method gt engraving is one of the wonders THE MARKETS cloeecl CHICAGO Sept 4 On ihe board of trado qnnUtlna were aatollows 2 September opoMi clofied December opened 1UM May opened I LOTH oloeeT 2 September opeoed C closodl 6Mr Octolcr opened UMo May opened tSHo closed 47ec No 2 opeoed KSH closed I October opcaod aSKo closed 110401 liar opened cioeed WS4o opened cloeed Janoary opeae4 closed JlliffH Mar openeil ilMa opeeei cloned JC17H Live following were the qnetar Ions at ho Union itock yards opened moderstclr active good lota other grades dull and weak light Mlmat7U rough packing tSSXJ410 heavy packing and ots Jtand per t oaso Blaokberries Mlchlgaci 11003190 per lIHjt cam York YOBK 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