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   Logansport Pharos (Newspaper) - September 6, 1890, Logansport, Indiana                                LOGANSPOBT DAILY PHAROS 16TH YEAJJ SATURDAY EVENING SEPTEMBER 6 1890 111 Corner On Early Pall Goods Of all kinds STORE dftfllpD FULL Both upstairs and clown 5Pricos Right COMB AND StE US IS A LOCAL ISSUE How the Tariff Is Viewed by the Senators A 8TEUGGLE OVEE WHITE PINE Pensions Pensions NlW IVlJHiOII POP All Soldiers ur tirponknt upon tltuir own iiiy for Fur Soldiers and Sailorn widows For iiillrcn yours of Hgt For iliiltlrrii purnmixrntly hdpkss and for dipcnilnt Apply in pcrnon or by lclUr for infor million hlnrks and iriMruolions lo BORDON Pension Elliott Hloek In FURNITURE IRICiCS LOWEST Our Designs None but the Best Workmanship Allowed to Leave our Salesroom J IV THE NATIONAL Loan and Savin Association 01 INDiANA Iloiiir onirt Kliiud llinck In Ihiun or Ilari ntul Inmihvuy National in its Policy And Equitablo in Its Plan InrorpnrHtciI mukr ttio IIIWB of Imlimui anl Omrtirnl to do Business iu every Stuto of tile Unhm Capital Payments of BO cents monthlv mature in about six years Our Investment Bondswear Ing six per cent semi annual interest costing S7O each par value S1OO are safer than Bank Stock and pays better Security our watchword Equity our passport No extra assessment Stock n our Association not subject to taxes If you want to build a home If you want to buy a homo If you want to takoup a mort gage on your home Arrange to do so at once with tho 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 homo for yourself and loved ones Dont wait till tomorrow begin today i his Association dont make you pay for more Stock than the face value of your loan Remember overv borrower receives tho full amountof his Loan Investigate our plan Write fo circulars Liberal contracts to agents ALEXANDER BARDY President J B WINTERS Vice President ROBT HUMPHREYS Secretary CHAS B SFEYESSUS Treasurer NERVE BSD eKlliiTRESTKrif i tiitjraiuv tnh boE inv fcix lor Mntby mailprpai fnon orrter for MK tioxfs punaor to rrfeuul aomy if t trfeUmfut laJls tc Mrulit In the Etill IJurlng Yester day Conduitrat Inn ridge Apfitiatii I in Vuiii and His in IH Commis sion CfillK Another J tail way Down for Knloe and a lioorkeep Duty on Ten WASHINGTON CITY Sept the fwnnte consideration of the tariff hiII Vest ollered an amendment putting hemlock white wood sycamore biusswooI and pine on the free lint Manderaon moved to strike out of tho amendment the words hern lock white wood sycamore and bnaa wood leaving tin arnendmiTit to apply only to In in her of white Spooner ankcd why yellow pine mid other wood products wen to be left dutiable and the white piiifc produetHof Wisconsin Michi gan anil one or two other put on the free Imt The from Minnesota or Kansas or Nebraska who would vote fur thin proposition because Umight make lumber cheaper in those Btatet ivure fret traders riot protection ists A Ouotfttlon from lluncock Replying to Spooner Manderson quoted Gen Hancocks famous Maying that the tariff WHH a local issue and said that while ho was devoted to the interests of tho whole country still when his state urged him to dt what he could to have white pine placed on thu free list ho would respond to that call lie spoke of the graspinn gvutd of tho senators from Wisconsin and Michigan who would sacrifice the forests of the country in theinterest of the lumber business Paddock said that so as ho occu pied a neat in thu senate lie would con form to the desire of his state so far as he could do HO without injustice Kvartfi argued that local and limited in terests sliouid not be permitted to en croach nn the general principle of projec tion to industry and capital Gray ironed that the tax on lumber wan at war with that principle The lumber interest was local but the inter est of cheap material for thn houses aad furniture ot the people general and universal The whole proposition was rejected Mini Not on Free List On motion of Plumb the duty on pina clapboards pnrayraph 213 was reduced from to per 1000 The consideration of the freu list was resumed and Blair argued against thu commit tea amend ment putting mica ou the free liab desir ing to have it put back to the dutiable list at 33 per cent Aldrich characterized Blairs proposition as protection run but mica was restored at the rate of B5 per cent ad valorem IMumbjiioved to strike off tho freu list paragraph hides raw or uncured whether dry salted or pickled and ar gued in support of the motion liejecttd 15 nays 29 KJdiiilnu Can Coniu In ITreo Quay moved to strike out of the free list paragraph fG5 sulphate of qtiinia and all aikdnids or salts of cinchona bark Aldrich hoped that that would be done Iu order to his friends a chance to show their cimsisttiicy in the causeof protection If mica was put on the duti able lint certainly to be one of the principal ingredients heintj al cohol on which a was collected The vote taken on the mo tion to btriku quinino nub of the free list and thf motion was defeated A Luiv as to Falxits Tin ore and tin was pat on the free list until Jan 1 1WW and bristles AVere also made free and Aldrieh gave notice of a committee amendment iu lieu of section 5 It provides that articles of foreign manufacture such as are usually or or dinarily marked stumped briuiden or labeled and nil pickanes containing such of other iinporid artKles shall lie plain ly stamped marked branded or labeled so as to indicant the country of their origin and shall not oi her wise bo ad mitted to entry He also pave notice of an amend me nt imponnt a duty after Jan 1 IWM of 4 wilts a pound on black oxide of tin and on bar block nnd pig tin A One thing that was noticeable was a fact that indicated thnt thu tariff is more of a local issue than would have been ad mitted when Hancock mato his remark Whenever K product was under discus sion the senator from the state which pro ducedit either said uothhijor advocated a duty on it This wns almost always the case The revenue reformer from North Carolinawanted a duty on mien and yel low pine western senators were quiio anxious to 1ave white pine come iu free but white wood bnsswootl and sycamore oh no so it went Kvarts was the only one who put iu a protest against the local issue idea Silror u Littlo Toufir In Price WASHINGTON CITY Sept 6 The amount of silver ollVred to the treasury department yesterday was ounces and the amount purchased 250000 ounces as follows Two hundred thousand ounce nt ftOotX minces at Yeterdys purchases make a total of 45041859 ounces since the law went into effect CLAYTONSASSAS31NATON It Kestilts in llrockeiirirlge loosing Ills in Congress WASHINGTON CITY Sept long pending case of Clayton Brcckinridgo from the Second district was settled in the house yesterday by the un seating of Hreckinridge The seating of the contestant did not follow as is usually the because of tUo grim fact Unit Clayton was assassinsted wllric gath ering testimony Breekiiridge was ac corded tLie floor to speak in his own be half aud made an eloquent address He called on Ho well to name tho live men who he had asserted were murdered for political reasons Ha the district and Kowcll named Smith Eentley and Claytoa while an attempt had been m title to ot Voltticftl rurilers BreVkinriiige denied itm correctness of this stiixoaietit and cikl attention to the fact tiiac the gentleman himself con curred in a report which said that there was a suspicion ouly of thave things beiug true He denied thnt thti murders were political His ami lament el opponent had btfn foully ami infamously murdered Jkic uo one had any evidence it was in any sense the result of public antipathy or had come from collective or organized ef fuirt The state of Arkansas had clone ten times as niaoh io monej and effort as it had ever done before to detect and pun ish the trnlltv to the People To have resigned would have been to give force to the charges made against his people It was not proper or manly to do so He then proceeded to criticise in severe language the action of the sub committee assertion that he tad been de nied witnesses after he harl been prom ised that tbey would be accorded him After severe comment upon the commit tee he said ia conclusion Come to your conclusion and I take an appeal to the people regardless of party in the district I have the honor to represent on the broad ground of common honesty and in November they will reverse both your conclusion and the method of your con clusion Democratic applause Dalzell Bends the Testimony Dalzell of Pennsylvania read in detail the testimony bearing on the theft of the ballotbox at Plummersville and said that its theft was absolutely necessary to Breckinridges return Yet he stood here and assorted that it had been stolen by Republican ballotbox He commented upon the backwardness of the state ot Arkansas in endeavoring to hunt down the murderers The sky of thu Second district of Arkansas was lu minous with blood From her desecrated soil the blood of John M Clayton cried to heaven not for vengeance but for jus tice and members on both sides were here as sacred ministers jto execute her juJit decrees Republican applause Proceedings In Congress WASHINGTON Sept the sen ate yesterday consideration of the tariff bill under the fiveminute rule con tinued Mica was restored to the dutiable list The consideration of the free list was concluded before adjournment In the house the ClaytonUreckinridgo election case was taken up and Breokin ridgo made a speech in his own behalf Dalzell of Pennsylvania closed the de bate for the committee and after a motion to commit had been defeated and the min ority report rejected the committee re port unseating Breckinridge was to 6J The evening session of the house was devoted to the consideration of private pension bills thirty of which were passed Tito Jndignity to WASHINGTON CITV Sept weeks ago Representative Enloe of Ten nessee attempted to leave the floor of the house during a call and was stopped by a doorkeeper who laid hands on Enloe to prevent him from passing out The door keeper said that the speaker had given him orders for stopping members during a call of the house Enloe offered a se ries of resolutions providing for bringing the doorkeeper to the bar of the house for censure for his action in preventing the exit of a member The resolution was re ferred to the judiciary committee and yesterday morning the committee referred ib to a subcommittee to ascertain the facts in the case NOT A LIFE LOST IJ eel led Agralnut the It ail way WASHINGTON CITY Sept inter state commerce commission yesterday filed their decision in the case of Rice Robinson Winthrop against the West ern New York and Pennsylvania Railway company ami others The compluint al leged that the roads charged 34 cents per billnil on petroleum from Titusville to Buffalo N Y and but 12 cents per bar rel from Titusville to South Am boy N J tho shorter haul being a part of the titter haul only Other charges against tho road were made and iilie commission sustains them all A Duty Proposed on WASHINGTON CITY Sept Evarts of forcd in the senate yesterday a proposed amendment to the tariff bill to placa a duty of 10 per cent oa all teas the growth or product of countries easfc of the Cape of Good Jlopc when imported from places west of the Cape of Good Hope with a proviso that all teas entered for consump tion or for warehouse or for any purpose permitted to remain in an intermediate country shall be treated aa imported from that country Will Renovate tbe White House WASHINGTON CITY Sept the absence of the president and his family from the White House the historic old mansion will be thoroughly renovated elaborate plans for its beautification and adornment having been prepared by Col Krtist superintendent of public buildings The amount that will expended is about THE RUSSIAN EXILE SYSTEM Some of Its Barbarities as Witnessed by a Sen Captain SAN FRANCISCO Sept John Thomas of the barkentine Catherine Sud den which arrived at Port Townsend from Siberia has sent to this city a de scription of the Russian exile system as witnessed by himself He states that a large party of exiles of all ages ueavily manacled were being taken to Laghal len island A few old men whose strength gave out fell from exhaus tion Saved the Chains The Tjrutal driver acting under orders from his superior shot the unfortunate men and removed their chains No mercy or discrimination AVOS shown Wives saw their husbands killed and mothers saw their daughters outraged and insulted The exiles were driven like cattle a heavy whip being used to urge them on The prison cells are filthy and the treatment bar barouj The President at Cress on Springs CHESSON SPRINGS Pa Sept dent Harrison accompanied by Mrs Har rison and maid and Private Secretary Hnlford arrived here at 7 p m yesterday The party traveled as regular passengers on the famous Chicago limited express over the Pennsylvania railroad AC Al toona Mrs McKec Mfs Dimuiick and Miss Jeannette Halford joined the party The party was heartily welcomed by the guests of tbe Mountain house but beyond a dignified recognition by the president and a few handshakes there was no dem onstration Hanged for Murder COLUMBIA S C Sept Shul ton colored was hanged at Lanrens yea terday for the murder of Ray ford also colored Last February they had a quarrel about a woman and Shel ton killed Ray ford with an axe and threw the body into an old well No Women Jteetl Apply COLUMBUS Ohio Sept School Commissioner Hancock Thursday gave a decision to the auditor of Henry countj to the effect that he can not legally draw a voucher for the salary of a woman member of the board of school examiners whom the probate judge recently ap pointed The lady must therefore re sign or serve without pay as the consti tution forbids women holding offices of tliis class Terrible Explosion o i ROCH ELLE France Sept disas I troiis explosion occurred yesterday at the dynamite magazine at the Pallice dock Ten persons were instantly killed and many others were injured A Horror Averted in theCen trai Wreck SIXTY TEAVELEES PUT IN PESIL And Not One Seriously the Strength olT the Ingen ious Deviltry of the Wreckers Intended fot Freight Trulns Three Hundred Uave in Close Call but Are Saved by Presence of tlve Ball Storm ALBANY N Y Sept to early reports no lives were lost by the of the second section of express train No 13 on the New York Central near Castleton N Y at midnight There were upwards of sixty people on the train but none was even seriously injured Their escape is regarded as miraculous The train struck an obstruction that had been deliberately placod there and the sleeping cars left the track and were piled in heaps Third Vice President Webb of the New York Central has offered a reward of 15000 for the detection and conviction of the parties who placed the obstruction on the track The Did Their Work Well Superintendent Biseell made an Inves tigation as to the cause of the wreck and was astounded at the results He found a rail jammed into the guard and it was wetged by timbers and securely held by fishplates The whole arrangement was placed in a slanting position so as to lift the train clean off the track The result showed that the judgment of the fiends who placed the obstruction on the track was unerring and their purpose was successfully accomplished Contin uing his investigation Mr Bissell found a similar obstruction placed on thesouth bouncl track a little way below whera the other obstruction had been placed on the north track Intended for Freight A bystander at the scene of the wreck said the evident intention in placing the obstructions on the tracks was to accom plish the destruction of the valuable freight trains which pass both ways over the Hudson river division at that time of night the trainwreckers evidently think ing that the second section which wasi wrecked had passed on time The threei vestibuled cars which were ditched re main intact Superintindent Bissell said these cars were the finest in the world la point of strength and durability and it is undoubtedly owing to this fact that no lives were lost LIVES IN DEADLY PERIL A Terrible Scene of Kxclteinent at a Pennsylvania PitMouth SCHANTON Pa Sept lives of 300 men and boys working in the Cayu gamine were in deadly peril yesterday afternoon through the buruing of the en gine house and for a time an excitement reaching pandemonium existed about the mouth of the mine where a great crowd of min women and children gathered The lire stopped the fans shutting off all the air currents and suffocation of those in the mints seemed probable Ex perienced miners however noticing the stoppage of the air at once realized that something was wrongat themouth of tan shaft and they fled to the workings of the Brisbin out of which they all escaped unharmed UNFORTUNATE DAKOTANS An Unprecedented llitil Storm About Ruins tliu Crops DEVILS LAKE N D Sept fierce hail storm raged here lost evening Big hailstones kept up a continuous bombard ing for almost an hour Nearly all the glass in the north and east windows in ev ery house in the city was broken into fragments and the houses deluged with rain Women and children fled to cellars for shelter Farmers were in the midst of harvest and this lust misfortune will almost ruin such crops as are not threshed It is impossible to estimate the extent of the damage which is very great The storm is tho worst the kind on rec ord Rurlcd in a Michigan mine CHICAGO Sept telegram received here yesterday from Ishpeming Mich says that eight men were caught by a cavein in the Lako Angelino mine Their egress was entirely blocked but they were plentifully supplied with air by means of apipe used to carry compressed air to the drills Men were at work digging away the debris but nothing has been beard as to their success Went to Sleep on the Track MAKSIIALL Ills Sept L Causey a bmkeman on a Vnndalla gravel train was struck Thursday afternoon by a pas senger tram and fatally injured He had been sent out with a flag and sat down on the end of a tie and went to sleep He died a few minutes after being picked up And the Meagre Receipts PITTSBUBG Pa Sept It has been decided by the various Brotherhood Base Bali clubs not to accept the 830000 prize money that was to have been divided among the clubs at the end of the play season according to the standing of the clubs This action is taken in recog nition of the loyalty of their nonprofes sional backers during the present season Couldnt tower Thellr Records PHILADELPHIA Sept 15000 persons were present at Belmoat park Thursday to witness the attempt of the stallion Palo Alto and ttie trotting mare Sunol to lower their records Neither the stallion nor the mare succeeded the marei making the mile in an break marring her performance and Alto trotting the distance in Kaiser Billy Wants a Phonograph LONDOS Sept Berlin dispatclh states that Emperor William is annoyed at the nonarrival of the phonograph promised by Mr Edison and has been en deavoring to purchase the machines else where but without success Bad to Kill a Horse NEW YORK Sept Works valuable Wtltes colt for which he paid il0000 last spring was put to death Thursday It was found that he could ncft live having been internally injured wbdlis being driven Wednesday Black Diphtheria lit Feorla PEOBIA His Sept diptherin in its most malignant form has broken out in lower Peoria Thrtre deaths and a large number of new cases are reported All schools will be closed and tie district Gnarao lined A character has recently died at San Francisco It was Joe Pierce a man ho caught worms in the mud of the harbor mud sold them for fish btiit He cirrii4 inn bucket with the legend thereon im blacking Wirtus Fresh aad Gad Nearly everybody who went fishing pat ronized him AN ANTISTRIKE ALLIANCE Capital erEanlaiac to TTIUutand UM De mands of PrrrsBUBG Pa Sept Chroni cleTelegraph publishes an article to the effect that a powerful alliance now exist among some of the richest In the country the object of whch ia pro tection against strikes The institutiota in the alliance employ about 60000 workj ers and thereforediroctJy support at least 250000 people Among the corporations are of the alliance are the Westlnghouse interests in this city and elsewhere the Yale Lock Co Colt f Arms Co and four or five other like ex tensive factories in New England and elsewhere of the Compact The coaipact agreed to U that in case a strike occurs to enforce unreasonable de mands whether the strike be against one or all the associated factories all work is to cease The strikers are to be allowed to remain idle until they return voluntar ily to work and no factory is to employ any worker who may have left another factory on a strike Neither is any asso ciated factory to seek workers during strike from any of the works WISCONSIN UNION LA5R5R The Party Puts a FullTicket for State Offices in the Field MILWAUKEE Wis Sept Schil ling was the moving spirit in the Union Labor convention that met here yester day There were about 100 delegates present and exCongressman Harry Smith presided The resolutions are reg ulation Labor doctrine and a plank ia added declaring for compulsory educa tion uniform text books and that part of the education must be in English The questions raised by the Bennett law are however declared to be out of politics as both old parties are agreed Full State Ticket Nominated The following were selected as candi dates for state officers C May Viroqua Lieutenant Nelson E Allen Beaver Dmn Secretary of M Lockwood Ripon Treasurer Alfred Mannheimer Mani towoc Attorney Shawvan Milwaukee Superintendent of Public W Stewart Brod head Kaitwiiy S Bis hop Marinette insurance Commissioner Hatch Calumet A W TOURGEES WIFE IN CONTEMPT A BnfflVilo Court Her to Thirty five Duys ill Jail BUFFALO N Y Sept the Su preme court yesterday Judge Lewis af firmed the order for the imprisonment of Emma K Tourgee for contempt of court in failing to appear before a referee in Jamestown to answer to the financial re lations existing between her husband Al bion W Tourgee and herself thus dis obeying the order of Judge Butts of Chautauqua county Mrs Tourgee was sentenced to pay fine and spend thirty five days in jail What the Suit Was About She appealed to the supreme court and iu her affidavit swore that she has had none of her husbands money since 1880 and that she was not regularly supceaaed to appear before the reteiee The suit in which she was ordered to testify was brought by Ezekiel Feuimirjg to recover J250 claimed to be owing to him by Mr Tourgee and in which a judgment was obtained but uusatisiijd the prosecution failing to discover nuy avaiiuble funds and claiming that he Tourgee turned over the receipts from hid lectures and books to bis wife INDIANA AFFAIK8 A Scandalous Sensation Plymouth Hotel at a DUNLAPS BASE VILLAIF5 01 A HUSBAND I Central Inquiry ALBANY N Y Sept investiga tion by tho state arbitrators into the Cen tral strike closet in this city today The report has to be made to the legisla ture so that the boards conclusions will not be made public until January next The persons examined Superinten dent Bissell and a couple of his subordia ates and half a dozen discharged em ployes Bissell said he discharged the men on orders from Vice President Webb and that the dism igsals were for causes other than being Knights of Labor The discharged men gave tes timony to the contrary and as all were old employes who had never been reori mauded gave the inpression that what ever might have been the direct canse of their discharge the one behind it was that they were Knights of Labor All the men were more or less prominent as Knights and some of them had been on committees who asked for less hours just before they were dis charged ABBREVIATED TELEGRAMS Labor is so sc irw MI Colorado that rail roari construction U ivrptriKd The National Bankers association con cluded iis i 11 iiiil meeting at Saratoga Friday Hon Richard Gueuthcr c ucncrnl ro Mejdc ia severely ill it it home in Spread an artist who ha I Cliicfigj hid bcme for twenty years died Thursdayaged 57 Hjinlon tbe trapczist who h such a bad fall at Academy of Music New York lostweek has almost entirely re covered A biihtoned club at Halifax S has twice blnckballe I J Longley attor ney general of tbe province beeante he is anttBritish antUiuiyiiaB and an au A passenger trnin on the Delaware Hudson railroad collided with a freight near Whitehall N Y Friday and ihe engineer ani fireman were killed No p is n jnra wre hurt G C Rodney who is wanted by the po lice at Portend Ore for alleged forgery has brought suit for false arrest against Chicago detectives fur taking him into custody without a warrant The Knightsof Lab r charge F F Don ovan one of the York state board of arbitrators with astins Depew for a pass forsef and family and promising in his letter to reciprocate the favor Mrs Christiana Spiegel of liring with her husband aad the mother of five children has since last Sunday night made tea unsuccessful attempts upon her own life III health is the sup posed canse In a divorce case at Springfield His in wjhich the wife was the complainant on the ground that her husband got drank on morphiiiv Judge Creighton held a man could not get drank on morphine under the Illinois law The employes of the shops at Pittabojrj of the Pennsylvania railway having asked for a nineboor day with ten hoars pay the company has granted the nine hours bat not tbe pay intimating that this is done to avoid discharging a portion of the force A 4yearold aegro whotsa mother oti a Storm That Him to Talk at National Conference A Young Glirl FH tally Wounded by the FistolFolnt Marriage Kept Secret for Six State PLYMOUTH lud Sept several weeks past the management of the Parker house in this city has been in the hands of Messrs Chapman arid Hall the latter coming from Indianapolis Hall im ported from Chicago a man and woman under the assumed name of Taylor claim them to be his son and daughteriulaw respectively and employed them in the capacity of cook and head clerk Mm Hall of IndianapoUs the wife of the pro prietor soon after put in her intending to assume her natural duties as wife of tbe manager After H few hourft stay here Chapman noticing her apparent coldness toward the couple whom he thought her aon and daughter introduced them as such Made It Very Warm fur Hall This caused a severe eruption aud on Mrs Hall confronting with his base villainy the climate becauio so warm that Hall left for parts unknown The Taylor woman was bound over to court on charges preferred by Chapman To cap the climax Taylor the cook being short of funds and wanting to leava packed his grip with a sealskin and other wearing apparel belonging to boarders and departed but was caught by officers heru and bound over to await trial on the charge of larceny He now gives his name as Quinn anil his residence Chicago In vestigation shows that lie has served prison terms BUDDHISTS IN BOSTON The Hub to have u Large Num ber of Tliem INDIANAPOLIS Sept national missionary conference Friday listened to an address from H E Speer of Pennsyl vania oa the condition of the heathen aud the necessity of carrying the gospel to them H W Frost spoke on the sub ject of special preparation for the work in foreign fieldssaying that no oueshould undertake the work unless he felt spec ially called for its duties Rev Mr BlwckstoutJ time the worM numbers 130000000 Christians 120000000 Jews 30000000 Mohammedans and heathens and in 100 yuars missions taken the gospel lo 750000 people lie de clared that there are more esoteric Budd hists in Boston than among the ludiaa aborigines The Fool ami His 1intoJ CRAWPOIDSVILLE Ind Sept the 17yearold daughter of James Koaeh employed as a diningroom girl at the Junction hotel was shot and fatally in jured today by J Davis day operator for the VaudrtUa railroad She was clean ing the windows in a room when Davis came up behind her ana pointed a revol ver at her By accident it was exploded and the iml struck her in the small of the back and lodged iu her shoulder doctors probed for tho ball but could not extract it and say she cannot recover Davis who is just recovering from a se vere sickness is almost crazy over the un fortunate affair More Old Iuuml CROWN POINT Ind Sept working on the Beaver dam ditch some men unearthed the boues of gigantic ani mals that are puzzling scientists The bones were badly decayed but each re tained a grinder tooth fully ten inches in diameter at the crown The teeth are al most twelve inches across at tbeir great est diameter The bones were found iu a low marsh and it is supposed that the huge animals mired in crossing the place which has always been low Sprang Surprise oh Thoui SHELBY Ind Sept Haehl surprised her parents Friday by in forming them that she was married to C E Inlow anon of Dr Inlow of Minilla Hush county last March No reason for keeping the marriage secret is un less it be that the youujy people are both a romantic dispositimi and eujoy the sensation that their marriage baa created The girls parents are highly pleased with her marriage A Negro Train KolVber INDIANAPOLIS Ind trept Clerk tssey reports that as his postal car on the Big Four was Hearing Anderson Tuuraday iiight it was entered by it burly who compelled him to hand over all his registered letters jumpod off tbe car at Anderson dropping some letters and it is I bought all or mott of them were recovered The negro es caped Died at H Good OKI Age VALPARAISO Ind Sept long ago the father of Senator Gil A Pierce of Dakota died iu this county ani now the mother of Mrs Gil Pierce is dead She was also mother of exMay or Bar tholomew the present cUy attorney of Valparaiso His age was 85 years and she had been married sixtythree years Wants 925000 In EVANSVILLE Ind Sept 0 Anna B Langhaus jf Mount Veruon Posey county has filed suit in the circuit court asking damages of the Evausville and Terre Railroad company in the sum of Mr Langhaus was a pas senger on a train on the defendants road and was almost killed in a wreck Hals4 AiMJ and Winter Styles Kail A roiiij1 host cquipii1 unit Business avni ftvurv mailed tnx AcUIi OCANWPOUT 1NU ESTABLISHED 1867 Sept 8th if limikkeopinir Penmanship shortlian1 tuid Typewriting Doeidwily l the mivt thoroimh in the State Ladies und trained for positions Low Uxinliut facilities OXiloiru e K A HALL President THESE WONDERFUL TWINS Were liorn to Mr and Mrs L W Halfleld at Ind June 13 1890 They are mule babies There two bodice and one liead The headless body al tacheil lo tin pcrpcct ciild at the lower pnrt of the chest and near the The lower limbs of each child are perfect but there is an absence of the right arm of the headless child which is supplied by a rudimentary growth two inches in luntrlh resembling the index linger with perfectly formed nail The left urin is per fect except the absence of the little finger The generative organs of both babiei are perfect but the headless child has ur stomach heart or lungs The perfect child is bright and lively as a cricket and appears to be perfectly healthy At birth they weighed H pounds Tney now weigh 9i pounds The Siamese or Jonct twins wore nolhiag as monstrosities compared to these and emiiicnt physicians have pronounced them 113 the Greutes Living Wonders ever known to medical pro fession The Twins will be on exhibition at the Winiunac Fair September 9th to 12lh inclusive county have recciviM onicial noincation that they are heirs to by the death of Mr Uurdicks grandmother in Scot land James Snnsberry of Anderson claims damages Erom the American Wire and Ilod mills because tho company Is turning he refuse o its mills which U poisonnu acids and lime into a running stream known as Cfreeus Branch which flows through the complainants subur ban The fat men of JefTersonville have or t bull club the combined weight O tKo nine bein over 3000 pounds The smallest man weighs 225 poiiiihi I J Wil iiims Son of Delaware coun ty carried of the leading pnzu for Shrop shin s iti i lie grent Exhibitions lit De troit Miss Meanii Bailey of Terre Haute carried oil ii tun Vitjo coun ty fair for the bes bread and food Professor for College CRAWKOUDSVIIIE Ind Sept A Kmih of college has been engaged to fill the chair qf modern lan guages in Wabish colicne Scores fin trio Diamond CHICAGO Sept flYesterdays base ball records were as follows League At At Brook Xcw York H lircjoklyn 1 Sbnrrott and Chirk Irvett and Daly At Cliicau 12 Cincinnati 8 bat and Nigle Mullane and Harrington Brotherhood At 4 Philadelphia 5 and Murphy jullinton ami Cross AtBuffalo liufftilo 13 Cleveland 5 ford and Bakely anl Hrennan At At Brook K New York 4 batteries and Daily ODay and Ewine Western At St City 7 St Paul 8 at 8 Minneapolis 0 fit Kansas 0 Kansas City 1 Tried to Kill Flernelf WICHITA Kan Sept Maggie Calhoun swallowed a bottle of fiuid ex tract of cactus Thursday morning with in tent to commit suicide A little daughter eaw her drink the poison and then fall and immediately summoned aid but the woman is not yet out of danger Her hus band James Calhoun has been absent for a month and is supposed to be In Chica go and it is alleged that it was a letter from him saying he would never return that caused the despondency which led to the act A Glimpse liehlnd the Scenes Tlio WontVuT Wo May Kipxct WASHINGTON CITV Sept 6 The following are the for thirtyaix from H in yestenlay Rain wanner weuthor southeasterly winds For and Fiilr exceiU ruin in southern iortJon of lower Michigan wuruier Boutlioafitarly showers warmer weather southeasterly winds For IowaFair winn er weather southerly cxler Bunlay THE MARKETS Reception to Gov Hover ISDIASAPOLIS Sept reception under the auspices of the 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