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   Logansport Pharos (Newspaper) - September 8, 1890, Logansport, Indiana                                LOGANSPOKT DAILY PHAROS 16TH YEAR MONDAY EVENING SEPTEMBER 8 1890 NO 112 Corner DEATHiSHARVEST it Was Abundant and Awful on Saturday On Early Of all kinds STORE FULL Both upstairs and down Prices Rigjlnt COME AND us DOLANS OPERA HOCSE WM IXLAV MANAOKIt ONE NtOtIT MONDAY SEPT J2th fl Triumph of Realism I Elmer E Vances i HE LIMITED The play evcr pnulucwt two for the iniriHportaUim of in oirjlJifit Hocncrv mruhuiiicul und HiKlricu cirtclH Chnitf Minlc V Crowded wiih HuiiMullotuil OvfrilowinK wlih Kuii SiMliMjf Parquet Circle 71c Susittn on FURNITURE PRICES THE LOWEST Our Designs None but the tiest Workmanship Allowed to Leiive our Salesroom THE NATIONAL Loan and Savior OK INDIANA Home I Ittce Elliott IMnvk xiirilfisiiort In iliiimi Cor ILitrl and Uroiuhviiy National in Its Policy And Equitable In its Plan Incorporated under tho raws of Indhiml and hurtrrtf to do lluslufBri in uvtry Stiuo of UHUnion Capital Payments of 8O cents monthl mature in about Six years Our Investment Eionclsbear ing six per cent semiannual interest costing each par value are saferthan Bank Stock and pays better Security our watchword Equity our passport No extra assessments Stock n our Association not subject to taxes If you want to build a homo If you want to buy a homo If you wantto take up a mort gage on your homo Arrange to do so at once with the National Dont pay Reni any longer Remember this When your luase is up you have nothing to show for tho 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 till tomorrow begin today 1 his Association dont make you pay for more Stock than tho face value of your loan Remember every borrower receives the full amountof his Loan Investigate our plan vvrite fo circulars Liberal contracts to good agents ALEXANDS HAKBY President J B WINTERS Vice President ROBT HUMPHREYS Secretary CHAS B STEVENSON OIL NEHYH AND TREATS Mental of UnTiiVnir in irtaruty imj tf34isr txj n in br overexertion of he brain aeiraliue t a box or SIT for SS ent br mail Kb order for sii boies will raid port to refund money if tie treatment to cunt OVER A SOOEE OF PEOPLE KILLED And Two Snore Crushed iinfl Mangled in Half tt Frightful Ill list Out Sixteen n ItearKnd Hallway Col llnion AiUU Five Morn to tlui Ghatttly Smoking Causes the Un timely Knd of a Voung Fear ful SiQKANK FALLS Sept frightful mid deadly explosion of dyna mite occurred in the Northern Pacific freight yurds in the castcrn part of this city Saturday afternoon near 0 oclock j A iorct of inert hiivo betm Cor some tlmu cngiigcd in blxsfc logout K rock pile ut that pi j tut find at the timu of the ac cident about fifty rntm were at or near the scene practice hay been to ilru the blaatB after the greater portion of the la borers employed had gone home so aa to reduce the chancoa for fatalities ia case of in accident and the men killed or in jured were busily onynged in tho work when the catastrophe occurred Crushed ITnttor Tons of Itock While engaged in the work and when one blast had benn prepared and the men wero putting In a second it exploded How it happened Is not known The man who made tha fatal nuHthke cart not tell for ho is among the dead Tho explosion set oft the other blast and the effect was terrible Twentyfive thousand cubic feet of rock was thrown over upon the unsus pecting innus of humanity and from the debris immediately thtro arose the cries of a score ff crushed and mangled victims Hundreds of people mon gathered at tho Rftne and for thnu hours the work of taking out the dead and injimd went on The scenes at the hospital wen heart rending Wives and relatives of tho workmen were era zed with griof and aua po use Tint Lltt tf liuiri When the ghastly work of recovering tho dead and tho injured had been completed thf liv ioofed up sixteen corpses blackened crushed and broken ami seven seriously hurt Tho names of those sent so suddenly to eternity are as follows Joseph Mo hers on foroman B Vilter and James Talbo powdirmon A Puelonolis A Holm Joseph Hay John CarUino rockmen ffenry Jacobini HtMiry Aptud Hay IMnkricy drillers six drillers names not known The injured are John Hliitie head bndly cut John Kceth shoulderblade and arms dislocated and Kg broken Matt Knlolo compound fracture of both bones of the right leg and severe scalp wounds Jacob Mackie injured internally H U Hayes whole upper jaw blown iway nose and right ear and both legs broken John O Hlaine injured internally Joseph Ban injured internally DEATH WAS FOLLOWING A IluarKiitl Collision in Colorado That Kills Five Itisotis v DENVEU Colo mites east of Florence it 5 a in JSattmlay the worst railway accident chat has shocked the people of this city for years left live corpses in its ruins and wounded thirty seven other persons two of whom will probably ilio Th IMUSU o tho accident WHS that the rear stitiou of a freight train ran into the front section telescop ing a crowded coach attached to tho oud of the firsc section Tho local ity was a sharp curve so that the engin eer of Liu1 rear section did not the doomed car until it was too late to stop Kllcct of tho Collision When the locomotive struck the passen gor car the latter was instantly reduced to kindling wood lirvw soul among the passengers escaped Ls a wonder The im pact was so furious that twelve loaded freight cars ahead of the passenger car were wrecked Thero weru fortyseven persons in tho car mid bub live escaped unhurt The killud woiv M L Win ters Idaho Springs Colo Jonathan Falks Pueblo A Meyer Puobio James an Pueblo and C K Will lama Ijimlvill1 Those most severely hurt are as follows James laust fractured thigh J Porenti both hips fractured Ed Brown hips dis locnted John Welsh head badly cut E Ij Fash severe internal injuries John Palmer both legs broken mul internal in juries Earnest Scott internal injuries ami head hurt Ubaldo Maschuttscalp wound ami shoulderhurt John Dolduca loft hip brokon and head injured Ed Martini leg broken and thigh dislocated Michael Burke spine hurt David Ashbory in ternal hemorrhage Tho wreck cost the Rio Grande railway INTO A STREET CAR A Kiillwny Train Uuiis Right Through an K Eve trie Street Cur Ohio Sept cnr on tho Klectric Molor lino in this city was run down on Wilson avenue by a train on tho New York Chicago and St Iiouis railway at p m Satimluy and this car smashed H was full of passengers at the time und tho result of tho collision was one death itnd thirteen persons more or less severely hurt Tho blame seems to rest on the railway peope as the looomo tivo was running twentyfive mi leu an hour and there was no whistle blown or bell rung and no signalman nt the crossing Tho ami Wounded The victims of the accident nro reported as follows Minnie Mock aged 24 died at hospital J A Moore 2yours right arm crushed aud left Incoriitecl j Annie Niemimn collarboue broken face cut Louisa Mock cut on head and nrms Edwart Kent O right foot crushed Charles Woods body bruised George Corners leg cut George No fit severely bruised Lizzio Cable badly i bruised and Eliza cut aa bruised Mrs Mooney leff sprained Frank Hose Kent O bruised about hip arm and shoulder Ijeora Hovvell Koat O cut rtboiu legrs and head Struck ami Killed by Lightning i LINCOLN Ills Sept C Cannon i keeper of the dining hall operated for atu dents of the Lincoln university was struck by lightning Friday and instantly killed A TRAIN OF ILLOMEN until loo late to prevent the collision Xames of the most seriously injured W C CoHtcs Newark N J Aaron Lock wood Sunforda station George B Water man Sunford8 Station Charles God frey Sanfords Station Matilda K Ricfc ardaon Newark N J Mary A Godfrey San fords station Emily Martin New York Was an Unlucky Ban Previous to this disaster de stroyed its usefulness and ntoppbd its ca reer of death the train had two other mishaps or rather was the cause of trouble to three other people Just below Hart ford it lulled a woman who was crossing the traok and just below Meriden two men got iu its way and were frightfully hurt It also had a collision with another train in which one brakemanwaa hurt The Tragedy of a YOIIK Sept last evening a young woman who is known at her boarding house 51 Lexington avenue as Ethel Curtis was reclining on a sofa in her room reading a novel and smoking a cigarette She fell asleep and the ciga rette falling froin her fingera set her clothing on flre She awoke and rushed to the wiindow where she was seen by two young men across the street who ran to her rescue When they reached the room bhe clothing was burned from her body and her flesh almost roasted She was taken to Bellevue hospital where her injuries were pronounced fatal She died after shortly midnight Knocked a Saloon Into a SwKtnp SrnACUSE N Y Sept New York Central freight train collided with a Rome and Ogdeniburg freight nt the crossover north of this city at i oclock Saturday morning Four of thei Rome Wtttortown and Ogdensburg cam were knocked from the track down thei embankment A house which stood near by was hurled 140 feet into a swamp II was occupied by a saloon owned by Valen tine Fisher and ha and Joe Kamsey were both hurt but not seriously ThirtySix Freight Curs Wriickod CnAIUOTTE N C Sept cars anil tho engine of a northbound freight iniin on the Richmond and Dan ville rojul crashed througtT a bridge into tlm Yiidkin river a few miles from Salis bury Saturday afternoon Conductor Scott uncoupled his caboose when tweuty fivo yards from the rivor and saved it Nobody was severely hurt but the cars are of no further use nor their contents and will staud the company a loss of 3nve Men ISurnud to Dentil FOIIT GIBSON I T Sept freight train and thirty cars on the Missouri Kansas and Texas railroad run upon a half open switch near Summit six miles south of Muskogee Cherokee Nation Thursday Tlia locomotive tender and sixteen cars were thrown from tho track caught ire and were consumed The en Kineer fireman and three tramps were burned to death A fourth tramp was badly bruised and has become insaue The Child Is Immortal Sure NEW YOKK Sept baby carriage which was beingrolled by two toys on the roof of 203 South Fifth avemie broka and with its ayearold occupant fall five stories Saturday afttrnoon Tho remained upright and fell on a pile of rags iu the street where it was 3hatteroil The baby was bounced up and was caught in the arms of a young man 3taiidinj near It was not injured It Canned Two Deaths lEXiiCTONMoSept Missouri Pa ciiic puHSLMiger train ran into u passenger car which was being run on to main track There were but a few passengers in the car which was nearly totally demol ished The victims arc William Whit satt of this city killed Mrs Law of this city fatally injured Baby Law killed HAD A STARTLING EXPERIENCE Possibly Saved from Instant Death by His Watch BALTIMORE Md Sept L Mason a teleyraph operator at Canton Junction had n remarkable escape from instantan eous ueatla by lightning Friday night He was at the railway office during the storm when suddenly a great ball of fire appeared Mason was thrown out of the chair and was unconscious for a few min utes and was paralyzed for several hours It was found that the lightning bolt had struck his left arm and passed all the way down below tho elbow leaving a broad crimson mark Tho Timepiece Disfigured It stopped just where his arm touched his vest pocket containing his watch be ing attracted by the timepiece The chain was melted aud broken in several places The watch was badly disflgured Mr Ma sou thinks thnt but for the watch the lightning would have entered his body and killed him The bolt was deflected straight down hts leg where it left a broader and more hurtful track of crim son all the way down to his ankle His thigh is badly injured bub he will re cover Ho Assumed n Menacing Attitude WAURENTOX Gar Sept a late hour Saturday nighc Torn a ne gro raised a disturbance in front of the hotel vV J Norris proprie tor of tho hotel ordered him away Ad ams assumed a menacing attitude and Norris shot him dead The negroes of the town are greatly incensed at the occur rence and threaten vengeance but the white citizens are prepared and do not ex pect trouble Peculiar Outbreak of TVliite Caps CHARLOTTE C Sept Thurs day night the town of Dallas a flourish ing place in the northvrestern part of this state was raided by White Caps and almost entirely destroyed Some of the houses were completely demolished and stable nnu fences were torn to pieces The interiors of houses were mutilated and their furniture was broken up The cause of the vandalism ia as yet un known The Success of Smokeless Powder BERLIN Sept use of smokeless powder in the German military manoau i Flensburg has proved highly suc ioissfal A notable feature ot the experi j meats was the fact that even when iaces ant firing was maintained for a long time J the guns did not become overheated It Strews Its Truck with Blood and Winds Vp with A Collision SOUTH NomvALK Conn Sept express train due here from Boston at Saturday evening ran intx a Dan bury and Norwalk railway commuters train at the junction Tn this city About thirty passengers were injured and both trains were badly smashed The engm of the express train vras unable on account of a curve to see tbe other traia Well Done Armenians STDfOPLE Sept encounter has takeu place at Baghtchedjifc near Ismid between the Armenian residents j and tbe Turkish gendarmes Five of the j soldiers were killed ami a number woand ed many of the Armenians being wound ed Troops hove been sent to reenforce the gendarmes and further trouble is 1 feared i Labor Parade at Liverpool LIVERPOOL Sept number of f men participating in the labor parade Saturday afternoon on the occasion of close of the trades unions congress ia I estimated at 60000 QUICKLY CAUGHT Two of the New York Central TrainWreckers JOHH BEED GIVES HIMSELF AWAY Feeljngr the Grip of the Officer a Remark That Is Prospect That the Men Who Put Up the Diabolical Plot at Will Get Their JDay of Promised by Superintendent BIssell ALBANY N Y Sept J Reed A brnkeman residing at East Albany was arrested yesterday at Hudson charged with wrecking the train near Castleton Thursday night It is said that he has confessed hia crime and has given the names of four companions all of whom it is Biiid are strikers The greatest ex citement prevails here and the strikers themselves make threats against Reed He was brought to this city yesterday morning very quietly and is thought to be confined in the Central Railway sta tion although Superintendent Blssell de nies It Mr Bisaell when seen last uight by a United Press reporter said I have nothing to say tonight and would prefer to have things kept quiet Tomorrow may be a day of surprises Capt Pinker ton would not talk except to say that his men did not make the capture Squealed an Soon as Arrested The facts are difficult to obtain but it seems that as soon as the detectives went to work they found traces of Beed who is a wellknown railroad man his whole family being in the business He was tracked to Suhodiack and then to Hudson and Saturday night one of the detectives found him in a house of prostitution The chief detective of the road slapped him on the back ami said Keed we want you ac Albany The man tured pale and said What for that job at Castleton Who squealed He was locked up and was brought here yesterday afternoon Mr BiHsells reticence in the matter it is believed arises from the fact that they are trying to get Reed to give the names of the others and further rumor says that prominent Knights of Labor are con cerned The Knightn Repudiate Klin Master Workman Liee said last night that Reed was not a striker but had re fused to go out with them in the late trouble He says that Knights sympa thise with the road nod hope that all con cerned will be caught Reed is unmar ried ilnd lives with his mother at East Albany He has been missing ever since the nigbt of the wreck At his home last night it was stated that he was a Knight of Labor and a striker despite the knights deniial Another One Taken In Later last night a man named Lon Mil ler a railroad man a knight and a striker was arrested nt his home iu Green bush Hollow charged with being one ot the wreckers It is thought that Reed has turned states evidence and that this is the first fruit of the evidence Other arrests are promised No information of any consequence can be obtained from the railroad authorities SOME ITEMS FROM IRELAND llisfoop Juarrel with Dillon Et Al Relief LONDON Sept dispute between Bishop ODwyer of Limerick and the Nationalist leaders especially Dillon ia assuming an acute phase Some of the clergy are with the bishop while all ac cord to him whatever their private senti ments the respect due to hisstation The priosts therefore who are as a rule in thorough sympathy with Irish national aspirations refuse to join in any action which directly or indirectly reflects on theiir ecclesiastical superior Bisliiop ODwyer is respected by everybody in Limerick He has come to the conclusion that the tenants ought to pay their rents when nt a reasonable figure and that it is wrong to advise them otherwise From thisi view nothing can shake him for he is as firm as adamant Killing Two Birds with Ono Stone The government is taking active meas ures for the relief of threatened distress in Ireland by proceeding with the construc tionof several liuesof light railwaysthus affording muchneeded employment to the people While the money thus paid out is welcome the railways are not so wel come as their military importance id evi dent and when constructed they will greatly facilitate the operations of sol dieirs and constabuiary in the remoter dis tricts of Ireland He Dared to Speak Ills Mind A contemptible outrage isreported from Cloyne in the southwest of Ireland A farmer named David Curtin residing near Castlemary missed three goats and found their heads impaled on the gates of his farm Cnrtin hart been guilty of speak ing against the boycott Davitt Proffers Practical Help Davitt has sent 600000 cabbage roots to the districts in Ireland affected with the potato blight It is hoped that the cab bage crop will to a considerable extent mitigate the distress caused by the fail ure of the potato crop in the Tariff Bill WASHINQTON CITY Sept senate made quite a number of changes in the tariff bill during its consideration Satur day The duty on white pine shingles was put at 20 cents per 1000 a reduction that on fresh fish was reduced to i cent per pound that on tin was fixed at 4 cents per pound It was provided that tin plate shall come in free if By Oct 1 1896 the home supply does not equal the demand A duty of 10 per cent was placed on all teas shipped from any country except that of their produc tion the object being to force ship ments of that article of commerce direct to this countryirom China instead of by way of Canada and other British provinces the drawback provision was modified so as not to allow drawbacks where less than 10 per cent of the goods for export is represented by duty paid on imported constituents or on claims for less than All the sections of the bill relating to tobacco peddlers internal taxes or tobacco and cigars and vinegar factories were struck out as were those relating to dealers In leaf tobacro all the Democrats voting against the motion Paced the Fastest HaUMtle ISDEPEXDEXCE Iowa Sept pacer Roy Wilkes owned by the Calumet stock farm of Chicago that lowered the worlds stallion pacing record to last week went a half mile Saturday in IOIJi the fastest halfmile ever paced or trotted by any horse Death ol Cteorge William Brown BALTIMORE Mi Sept Wll iiain Brown an eminent jurist exjadge of the supreme bench of Baltimore 75 years old died Saturday in Mohonk N Y Mr Brown was mayor of Baltimore during the time of the Massachusetts regiments riots ROPEWALKING FEAT AT NIAGARA ii Toronto Photographer Tfcrill lag Exhibition of Nerve NIAOAIUL FALLS Ji Y Sept name of Samuel John Dixon a photogra pher of Toronto has been added to list of Heroes ot Niagara for he soc iceasfully performed Saturday afternoon the daring feat of crossing the cable titretched lacross Niagara rivejf a point midway between tihe suspension and can tilever bridges The cable is of an Inch thick and 923 feet long It was erected by Stephen Peer of Niagara Falls three years ago and he succeeded n crossing it on June 33 IftST He was HO j elated over his suasess that he went on a protracted spree and on the night of j June 25 of the sanrie year he was found bleeding and unconscious on the rooks below the cable having gone asleep cm She precipice and rolled over the cliff Preparations for the Event On Aug a 1887 Prof E Dolan at tempted to walk the same cable but was unnerved after gutting out a few feet from the bank and gave up the attempt Since thea the cable has never been used and several of the guy ropes and sand bags disappeared All were replaced however for Dixons attempt and the cable was drawn in six feet thus raising It In the center by about four feet A huge British flag floated gracefully from the Canadian end of the cable and the Ameri can flag ornamented the cable on the American side Both banks of the river wero thronged especially the Canadian side from which the start was made A number of persons on the cantilever bridge obtained a flne view The BopeWaller Appears on Time He was quietly sleeping in the room of his hotel at 3 p in When he arose soon afterward he tooi a look at the cable gave a few directions to a photographer who had arranged his camera on the cliff and returned to hotel The time fixed for the feat was oclock and two minutes befor the appointed time he reap peared dressed in yellow tights black silk waistband red silk socks a black coat and black cap He glanced across the gireat river the lofty cliff and took off his coat just at the minute ap Seizing the balancing pole he spoke n few words to the crowd and started on his great walk He appeared the least bit excitdd and his legs trembled slightly as he walked out a few feel Some Projeiotln in MlilVIr When about feet from the starting place he raised one foot and balanced the pole on his leg A little farther and he demonstrated to the crowd thit he was full of nerve anil confidence by bending one knee to the wire and saluting the peo ple Hepicked his way very cautiously as he went down the slope to a point near the center when he sat down on the wire A little farther he resumed his seat on the wire aud performed a few tricks raising both feet over tbtj pole the latter resting on the cable Continuing his journey hfj looked up at the people on the cantilever bridge and waved one himl to them Twelve Minutes Making the Trip A passing train see me I to interest him fuyy as much as interested tiie passen gers On tho upward slope he sat down several times finally straddling the ca ble and poe as comfortably as if on horse back Again he nit down and moved his hands to the people His walk was then continued and exacfIy twelve minutes after starting out DLxon struck terra firma on the American side and was en thusiastically received by the Americans After a rest of four minutes be reappeared nn the wire aud walked out to the Amer ican flag where he rented himself and wrapped the stars aud stripes around him Close of Performance After a few tricks he went back to the American side and was conveyed in an open carriage across the bridge to the Cunadiaa side Without pausing for rest he again went out on the wire backward and when he reached the British flag he sat down and folded the flag over his shoulders being photographed in this position He then gave a brief exhibition Dixon was then lionized by the crowd and some of his enthusiastic friends took up a liberal collection for him Will Try It Again Next Summer In an interview Dixon said that the idea of crossing the gorge occurred to him while on his way to the recent convention of the Photographers association He practiced a little at his home and that was all the preparation he had for the feat He said that Chore was no wager made on the performance and he would not repeat it again this summer but will return next June and give a series of ca ble performances Dixon is 38 years of age and weighs 138 pounds House and Senate in Brief WASHINGTON CITY Sept In the housa Saturday the conference report on the river and harbor bill was discussed and agreed to The bill for a light house at Smiths Island Va with senate amend ments which made it a general light house was sent to the commerce commit tee after some discussion on a ruling of the speaker pro tern The senate resumed consideration of the tariff bill and an agreement was reached to extend the time for discussion of the bill so as to consider the sugar schedule Monday undler the thirtyminute rule All of the bill except a few reserved para graphs which included the sugar and re ciprocity paragraph1 was disposed of be fore adjournment A paragraph was agreed to withdrawing the duty on tin plate if its home manufacture does not the demand Oct 1 1896 A Strike That Will Co Into Court PITTSBUEO Pa Sept The H C Fricfc Coke company in which Andrew Carnegie is largely Interested has sued its striking employes for for breach of contract It is claimed that an agree ment was signed last February between the company and the Knights of Labor whereby the former was to have the right to hire and discharge whom it pleased The agreement also called for six days notice for settlement of grinvances before striking These stipulations have been violated by the knights striking against nonunion men The company proposes to withhold 127000 in wages pending the suit Thai Raging Yellow Blrer LOSDOX Sept 8 Advices from China report the Yellow river again on the ram page The irirer has burst its dikes in the Shantung district and flooded a vast area of country Thousands of persons hare J been drowned and widespread famine hu resulted THEHOOSIEEWIEE Opening of the Campaign at Indianapolis The Weather aCsy Expect I WASHTSGIOS Crrr Sept The following are the weatltier indications for from S p m Tetterday For WaraMT fair clea ring in southeastern por tlon westerly winds becoming variable i warmer Tuetday For Indiana and Local rains cooler followed tor rising temperature in northwestern IllinoH wester ly wiirnur TosMay For Fair Weatluir preceded by im L j cooler weetwly Tor i Fair allghttr cooler weather I lowed by rilingtemperature wMterly I warmer Tneiday THE DEMOORATIO OLTTB TITBITOUT Speeches by Gov Campbell and Geiu Black The Way Cleared for a Granger to Mead the Republican Ticket Ex citing Chaie In the Political Fend at Barney SCasqtieraded ajt a Correnpondent Indiana Items IXDIASAPOUS Sapt The annual cele bration Of tho anniversary of the birthday of Thomas A Heudricks by the Heii drjcka club of this city Saturday was chosen by the club as the occasion for the opening of the Democratic camdaign The speakers of he occasion were Gov ernor Campbell of Ohio and exCommis sioner of Pensions Black of Illinois The exercises took place at Tomlinson hill The hall has a seating capacity of iOOO and was filled to overflowing Ail of the Democratic clubs cif the city and many county organizations in full uniform met at tbe Heudricks club room at p m and marched to this Grand hotel aud escorted the distinguished speakers to the hall Make Wav for the Granger All of the men who have been proposed for the Republican nomination for secre tary of state have declined to be candi dates aud the is now clear for the nomination of a representative of the farming class to head the state ticket which will likely bo done It is said that W W Dudley will attend the Republican Btate convention on Wednesday Attorney General Micbener was seen Sunday and asked regarding Dudleys proposed visit but ho said he knevr nothing about it EXCITEMENT IN THE STREET Join In a Wifes Chaae Aftur Her Kecreant Lunt INDIANAPOLIS Sept While Pennsyl vania street was crowded with pedestrians Saturday a womans voice was heard ex citedly crying Stop him stop him and a man was seen running down the street dodging in and out of the crowd Some 500 persons joined in the chase and the fleeing man was finally cornered at tho postofflce and captured When the pur suer came out she said that tbe man was her husband and that she had learned that he was married and she came here to have him arrested She gave her name as Mrs Frank Rose cf Louisville and charged that her husband was also mar ried to a Cincinnati woman under the name of Ievi Boae is held at the prison but denies that be has Any other wife than tbe one who caused his arrest Trouble Over the Nciw School Books INDIANAPOLIS Sept The Indiana School Book company has brought suit against individual members of the board of school trustees of Frankfort to recover tbe value of books furutshed them under the new law which requires the trustees to draw books from tho company aud fur nish them to pupils The trustees drew the books but stored lhem away instead of issuing them to pupils This is the first case of the kind that has come up the law went into effect ISulldoKlwK tit Bnrney COLUMBUS Ind Sept William aud David II Mandlove of Barney Decatur couuty Friday night made an attack upon Jacob R Doll Repulilicau candidate for representative and maltreated himshime fully An investigation is being made aud the offenders will be ar rested The trotthie was renewed Satur day night when pistols were drawn but friends interfered Tho Mandloves are desperate characters and say that Doll shall not live to make the race Ills Career Suddenly Closed GOSUEN Ind Sept Jack Wilson of Chicago was Friday placed in jail here on a charge of obtaining credit under false pretenses He bas been here about three months claiming to be a special correspondent of The Chicago Timos and that he was compiling a writeup of the town He has moved in the best society His many creditors at last came to the conclusion that the young mans supposed writo up was a myth and consequently had him arrested Fined for Attempted Murder BLOOMIXOTOS Ind Sept After a two days trial George Buskirk was Fri day fined for attempting to murder James Douglass Christmas Eve Bcs kirk instantly killed Elzie Eastou and at the same time shot Douglas but suc ceeded in getting out of the murder on the plea of self deeense Douglas refused to testify against Buskirk Have Burned Twentythree Barns WASHINGTON Sept For months in cendiaries have been burning barns in this vicinity but no trace of them can be se curtd Friday night Milton Jetts barn was burned making twentythree that have been destroyed within a short time Ecnred to Death bv a Swearer KEW ALBANY Ind Sept The wife of Chairles Graham living near here was sto frigbteued Thursday night by George Blust while drunk swearing at her that she went into convulsions from which she died in a few hours Hooiler Ttoteft David Hammond brakemanon the Cin cinnati Wabash and Michigan was killed while coupling cars at La Fontaine Fri day Harvey Pickerell a young farmer living DUNLAPS STIFF A SILK SILK AND C3TFall and Winter Stylos THESE WONDERFUL TWINS I Were born to Mr and Mrs L W Uatflclil at Winaroac Ind June 18 1S90 They are mule babies There two bodies and one head The headless botly is at tached to the purpcct cbild at the lower part of I he chest and near the stomach The lower limbs of each child are perfect hut tiere is an absence of the right arm of the headless child which is supplied by a ndiuieutary growth two Inches in length resembling the index Quger with perfectly formed nail The left arm is per fect except tbe bseuce of the little finger Th generative organs of both babiet are perfect but the headless child has no heart or lunge The perfect child is bright and lively as a cricket and appears to be perfectly healthy At birth they weighed ponnds They now weigh 9J xmoJs The Siamese or Jones twins were nothing as monstrosities compared to these and eminent physicians have pronounced them as the Greatest Living onders ever known to medtciil pro fession The Twins will be on exhibition at th Winamac Fair September 9lh to 12tb inclusive THE NATUDNAL GAME A Rootbuck That Wan Standing of the Clubs CHICAOO iept was only oof rumor of a sensational character in baM ball circles last week and that was that a gilt edged combine had bidfe effected be tween the Brotherhood and American as sociation It was short lived Aji soon aa it got around to an association magnate he cruelly it Chicago is climb ing up in both aggregations now Comis kys Brotherhood men ara fourth on the list and Ansous colts did such good playing lust week that they are looking mighty hard at fourth place in the League Brooklyn dropped a peg in the Brotherhood and is now third but clinga to first in the Leuguo with Boston sec ond Showing Where They Are The following tables give the standing of tbe clulw at the present time BrotbhoocTwon lust tirj league won lost po Boston 70 42 SjijOrooblirn 77 38 6OJ New York I3S 4H Wii Ooatm 43 62 I Brooklyn fiw 4U 384 Phlladtila 8i 35 Cincinnati Ihllnphla 01 M 531 Chicago 03 giiria lie not tbe stage of Germany to pli y upon but neither had Hiamarck wlnin he began to build up degenerate and discndited Prussia Stambulaff haa de fled tHe czar consolidated Bulgaria and wrung valuable concessions from the sul tan while he has also compelled tin ciergr to abandon their philoRussian titnd i and pray and preach for tUeir live Itind aud its chosen sovereign Not Bun Undar Fire WASHINGTON CITY ing tie statement that he wan abont to rcsigii his office because of charges made against him Pension Commissioner Bauci in an interview published hen says Tlere is not a single word of truth in th whole story I have not resigned nor lave I the slightest Intention of rV KigEi jg I never yet have run wheu der Cre and I have no Intention of begin ning that uort of thing just now A O U W Pltlahurg Cleveland Buffalo Amttrtcnn LouliiTillo St Coiumfoun Kochostor Toledo Athletic Syracuse Brooklyn Chleiw Scsr York Cleveland Pltuburu a 43 OS 40 133 4D 47 55 02 32 77 94 580 470 293 I 150 ron lost Woatern won lost po 07 OSOtMllwnukeo W 35 BOO U2 4o STuJKaneajiCity 05 art 643 JH 547Vilnnepolli 65 4O 619 5S 49 50 53 485 n5 48 534 SlouT City 48 f4 X71 55 4HO Orailha 45 57 441 X 423 Lincoln 3D Oti 371 TJ asldt Puul 34 71 3J4 The Ltitent Iluylnj Scores Saturdays scores in tbe League and of June Brotherhood were reported aa follows League At Boston 6 and Schriver Clarkson and Hanlie At At York 5 Brooklyn 1 and Buckley Terry and Clark At 1 Cincinnati 0 and Kittridgi Miillano and Harrington Brotherhood At rain At game Pitts burg 3 Chicago 4 and Quinn Baldwin and Farrell uccond game Pittsburg a Chicago 2 Suxley and Quinn King and Farrell At Buffalo 3 Cleveland 4 batteries and Mack McGlll and Brcn nan At 6 New York 15 and Weyh img and Cook Ewlng and Ewing Western Saturday At Milwaukee 11 Denver 6 at Minneapoli B Minneapolis U Omaha I at St St Paul 4 Sioux City 1 at Kansas City City 24 Lincoln 8 Sunday At game Milwaukee 11 Denver 9 second game Milwaukee Items JJIij isouri has the largest number of of an y jurisdiction New York next IIlinuls third Tho number of lodgni In these respective jurisdictions at the cloM of tt e last fiscal year is shown by the re port 3f the supreme recorder to be as tol lowar Missouri 434 New York 414 Illi nois 347 Ths Canadian lodges continue to keep up tieir rapid pace in tho work for new members Grand Recorder Carder 237 applications received during the month near New Goshen was struck by lightj Denver 0 at St PaulSt Paul nuig Friday afternoon during the storm and killed instantly The Northern Indians Editorial associa tion concluded a three days session at IjRke Maxiakuckee Saturday Fifty edi tors were present at the session Sue Gordon the mistress of Andy Bowles both colored and living at Evan3 ville waa cut to death by Bowles who was jealous John Beckel while unloading a wagon Sioux City 7 Snmluy at CrcsMon Spring CHESSOS SPRINGS Pa Sept The president accompanied by Mm McKee Mrs Dimmick nn Secretary Hal ford attended divine worship in the large parlor ot the Mountain house yes terday morning Tbe services were con ducted by Rev George ROIgers an Miss copal clergyman from Verona Pa load of oats at Evanville fell between JanetTe HaSford assisted in leading the the mules which caused them to run inKjnK Theyoung lady also sang with away and Beckel WHS crashed by the j Angel of Char wagon so badly that he lived only a few j ltjeB Lmt night Mr Giorge M moments j man of parlor car fame arrived on Made a election i Chicrigo limited express stopping off here LOKDOX Sept 8The election rf pay respects to the president The total disbursements of the bene ficiary fund of all the jurisdictions for tiw year 1888 make a grand total of HUSt 70823 The total number of death 1 issn during the year were 2049 There are 3839 lodges of the order ac cording to the report of the supreme ra corder making an Increase of 231 for the last fiscal year Grand Island Neb is to have an A O CT W temple Then are three degrees In the ritual of the tielect knlghta In Ontario it is possible for a member to makehluoertificate payable to Intended wife The relative gains for tbe last year of Mis souri and Illinois gave Missouri only lodge more than Illinois Micworis gain nine Illinois eight of Charles Fenwick It P an secretary of tke parliamentary labor committee by the Liverpool TradesUnion congress ia considered wise move The papers gen erally command it as Aikely to improre the character of the work done by the com mittee Kenuedya Speech WASHISGTOS CITT Sept speech attacking the senate and Senator j Qnay which be withheld for revision did i not appear in Tbe Congressional Record Saturday Kennedy howerer reaffirms bis statement that he will have the spuech published in The Record as it was delir w v r if I ered and in this event Dalselt of TVnn n I svlvania will offer the resol BSXLEFOSTS Pa Sept 8The Belle br the Pennsylvania Bep foiite glass works Saturday began blowing tfon providing that it be expunged thtt full twenty pets of the furnace Ine furnace not ran at full capacity for a and a half The for a pros perous season are bright Good for M StembalolC LOITDOS Sept neir Binnjarck ot Enropa is StambalofL the premiertif Bql CREAM BAKING POWDER superior proren tn bomec for more than t quarter of century tt It owd by the TTnlud Mates GovmnMnt doned by tbe benltof the nest ud n tbeStropmcL Pimrt Or OMB Btklac Pswtltt AMI Mat Lime or Alnm taUtmlf in cuu PKICB BAKING FOWDMt OO New York CbJoco FrmncUm 8C ImH   

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