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   Logansport Pharos (Newspaper) - September 16, 1890, Logansport, Indiana                                LOGANSPOBT DAILY PHAROS 16TH YEAR TUESDAY EVENING SEPTEMBER 16 1890 SO 30HN Comer lo Early Fall Ms J Of a kinds STORE JPMED FULL Both upstairs ancl tiown Prices Ricjlnt COME AND SEE US FURNITURE PHICES THf LOWEST SPOKE FOB LABOR Plain Talk on a Most impor tant Question A EOBU3T DEFENCE OF THE UNIONS Max OUP Xone but the Best Workmanship Allowed to Loiive our Salesroom J lid New Pension Law For All Soldiers Who are drpcndcnt upon their own Uily labor for support For Soldiers and Sailors widows For Children under ytinrs of age For rtiildren permiincntly helpless and for dependent parents Apply in person or by leUcr for iufor million blanks hiul to jft jft BORDDN Pension Arjont Kiliott Klook In Material RHRL7ITT 12thSt Drue Store NERVE AND BiflAiN TREATMENT pivtfV frr Kits Neuraltx JVpnM oHSoflrrinjror Mtnc Iu ntiivy mi Uttt iRi 1ITtTrifS tt I O i I iriul Sptrr I noi ir the 0 1 h X cittitiiinosu tflalo fc for S snl liv mnl li 1 With r u t lir X will eml tuarinii in rrfuinl soniy if ho trcUiiunt taild U uuuriuitetis audyvnuine FOB OVER FIFTY YEARS this old SovereiguRemedy has stood the test and stands today the best known for Catarrh Cold in the Head and Heartache ersist in its use and it will effect a cure no matter of how long stiiuding the case may be For sale by itruetrists RECEIVERS SALE Ry virtue of an ortlor anl jmtsrment of tho Cass circuit court ina3e on tnc 1st day of Sep tember 1SW In Ifce suit of Alexander H Sbrovrrct al The Thompson Patent Fold ing tebv Carriagre Company et al I will re ceive buls for the private sale ftt the ofllce of th said company on Toledo street In the eitv of county Indiana until day of September 1S90 for The entire plant stock machinery and material used in tho manufacture of hnbv carriages as wed as the completed and baby carriages 011 hand said bids to be for not less than the appraised value of the propert and In case no bids are received I wilL under said Older sell at public auction OK Thursday the 25h Day of Septem ber nt 10 oclock a m of said clay at said companys said all ot Sttiil prop erty for cajh to the highest bidder said sale to ninde subject to tht approval of the Cftss circuit court CHARLES S PECKKASI Hecei ver D C JusUceand M Wlnfieid Attorneys for Receiver seu and feet of while and burr oak bridge lumber Sotliiny but ilrstclses lumber will received JOHS J TAoaAHT atr Clerk try lint Orand or Object to Foinout Trouble A Few Iulutod Be markx ti Unilway Tlio Labor Unlnurt ii Good Thing for Everybody KHpecially Combination ttoo of tlie KllVFMi K Y Sept The national convention of tho Switehruens Mutual Aid aflHocliiLion met here yesterdny with repreaentalires from warly every rail way in the United States present The convention was welcomed by the runyor and the morning session devoted to welcoming and responses In the the convention wwnt Into secret nesaion at tbe Central 1jflbor Union hall There nere 110 members rciinxcntlnK nearly state In the Union anil iv number of noints In Aftor tho appointment of com mitUeH Uraml Master Sweeney read his annual report in the course of which he dlicuweil tlie objects ot the association and HB notion during tho New York Cen tra strike tti ma Iloflectons on Strikes After stilting the objects o the associa tion he proceeded as follows As to strikes I desire to be explicit in order that our position maybe fully understood It is erroneous to suppose that labor or ganizations are in favor of strikes or fo ment trouble Tho very reverse is true The bettor organized a trade is tho less trouble do tho employers experience with Ihclr employes For the benefit of those among you who do not owe allegiance to the Switchmens Mutual Aid association as well as of tho members I may bo per mitted to state this nne8toc at soma length fie then explained tho barriers thrown up by the organization to avoid anp the course that must be pun ned before a strike can have tho support of tho general organization 1olints for Railway Proceeding he said It Is my experience that wherever the officials will meet and treat with the men there has never boon any necessity of a resort to extreme meas ures and whenever radical measures are taken you may be sure that it is because tho respective railroad officials refuse to give the complaints of the men proper consideration I say advisedly that it la a refusal even to consider the grievance which in most oases loads to trouble not a refusal to whatever may be asked The men are not without common sense It IB easy to negotiate with their repre sentatives But a refusal to treat with them amounting to a denial of their right to present a complaint or desire savors too much of Oriental despotism to bo meekly borno by Americans though they be but mechanics and laborers I never knew of a working man who wanted a strike until ho was driven to it by abso lute necessity The Question of Combination Continuing he said I have said that will not offer any apology for tho eilst euce of the Switchmens Mutual Aid as sooUiUim With trusts and gigaulic cor porations all around us and continually ijrowiiin who dare sny that labor should not comblnoP How rare are tho cases where labor organisations have enered on a conflict with ctipitul and have nqf enjoyed the sympathy oE the public But I would like to cull thu attention of all railroad officials to thu fact that they make u mistake in opposing labor organi zations because they derive as much ben efit from thorn as do the laboring men themselves provided tha orgauizations are judiciously irmimgud It is easier to deal with a railroad president than with all the slock holders Do not tho mana gers white all tho world is running towarils combination and simplicity of management that it ia ensinr for them to deal with an executive head of a body of men than with all the ntcnt It saves time trouble affords a better oppor tunity to equalise wages and avoid jeal ousy removus causes ot dissatisfaction and secures better service from the em ployos RanuimR Their Own lousiness Many railroad managers fully xiuder this and assist rather than oppose labor organiKut ions Those who still op pose them display thereby a laaieatable task of foresight They insist ou run ning their own business as the phrase goen The time is fast approaching when they will lenrn thatthey are as much in terested as are the laboring men them pelves in the success of labor organiza tloDn Notwithstanding the strong oppo sition that has been made to the advance ment of organized labor and tha despotic Attitiule of some men high iu official po sition labor organizations are today stronger aud more effective and better disciplined than at any previous time Labor Is better united between individu al men and organizations than ever be fore The onward march of organized la bor Is irresistible Kocrvtn for Folly I cnuuot but recret the folly of the at titude of some egotistical railroad officials who think they are stronger than the economic forces which arffbringing about those rssults or seem to see ia passing events the works of men instead of the results of liuvs immutable as tho great I laws of physical nature These men re fuve to meet the representatives of labor organizations and virtually sometimes I even in BCI many words deny the righii of men lo organize Have ve not the same right to organize as they And is not ne cessity stronger on ourside than onthelrsf They could live without organization We bt degraded below a stage com patible with human dignity were It not for our organizations The officers of la bor organizations represent their constitu ents KS the iffliialsof a company repre sent the stockholders I Thi Action on the Central Strike j After referring to the United Order of Railway Employes embracing four classes of railway workmen and its power he re ferud to the Central strike as follows j As nu illustration of tha workings of the i council of the above and the influence aud wisdom and oulninness that govern its decisions let me cal1 your to the recent meeting at Terra Haute lod There was a strike on the York Central railroad Reports had bwa sent all over the country that the tire VamierbiU would be drawn Into tjio trouble The anxiety was in visea some troubles of our own caused tne grana mascer ot toe Swttcn menaMutnai Aid Association to depart to the scene of the trouble Public apt ire I hension excited by reports sent out by persona who were ignorant of the form I and purposes of our federation grew al most to a panic when the grand officers of j the Federated Railway organization went I to New York in response to an argent In vitation from of people expected a general strnce ind at many places business was prac incally suspended to Foment Trouble Amidst all this excitement and under the influence of the pressure of universal sympathy with tho men who were fight ing for their right to organize the preme council met The result is known All fears were set at rest and the public naw that the railroad employes were not anxious to foment trouble but on the contrary endeavored as they always will to preserve the peace not only in abstaining from infractions of the law but by avoiding any interference with the Industry and commerce of the country To my mind it Is only a question of time when all railway employes will be feder ated in one great body It is idle for in dividuals to oppose this consummation They may delay the formal act of federa tion but the sentiment is growing In spite of all fanned and fostered by the irresistible march of events The Supreme Council Indorsed Quaker Jity lodge No 73 of Philadel phia presented ft resolution which was unanimously adopted in which the su preme council of the Federation of Rail way Employes wis indorsed for its ac tion in the New York Central strike as was the position taken by the grand lodge officers in the recent Chicago trouble and recommended Grand Master Sweeney for reelection Last evening a complimentary ball given the delegates in Music hall THE BELLIGERENT POLACK He Ilalaos a Bow In SynagojuB sod Fires a Womhiper TiiEXTOS N J Sept Max Roden of the Polish synagogue was beaten yesterday morning while at prayer In the synagogue and thrown bodily into the street He was deposed lost week be cause he opened a butcher shop and tried to get the trade of the congregation Yes terday the Jewish New Year feast was in progress and a new rabbi from New York officiated Hoden attended with Harris Adolphua Tueir right to remainln their seats was disputed They vesisted and were both bsaten and thrown into the street They have made complaint against seven members who will be arrested Adolphus charges Henry Foglesteln of larceny of the buttons which the latter tore from his vest during the assault The Widow of Robert Bay Hamilton THENTON N J Sept Assistant Matron E B Wilson of the state prison informed Mrs Eva Hamilton yesterday morning of the death of her husband Robert Ray Hamilton Mrs Hamilton on learning tha news seemed greatly af fected and burst into tears and begged to be left alone with her sorrow She hod been trying to get news of Hamilton for sometime in order to inform him that efforts were making to secure a pardon for her She wanted htm to know that if he would not interfere with her pardon she would not further resist his applica tion tor divorce All she wanted was her liberty and the custody of the child now in Pbiladalphia Consul Oeuernl Guenther Uncovering OsHKOSiiWis Sept Guen ther consul general to Mexico has been seriously ill with gastritis for the past two weeks at his residence in this city His ilness has kept a secret by the family and attending physicians At one time duriug his opiates were ad ministered almost constantly to relieve pain and it was thought he could not re over Yesterday however he was great ly improved and thinks he will be able to return to Mexico in October NATIONAL Enloe Proposes to Reprobate Kennedys Philipfc QUICK WOEK OH THE TASIFF BILL A Duvllluli Deed in Wisconsin ASHLAND Wis Sept Hebron Wis a youug man named William Moore entered the school mom shortly after school was out yesterday ostensibly to sell books Finding the teacher Miss Lizzie Archibald alone he assaulted her after which he took her watch and left her a dead faiut The flend was cap tured Miss Archibald may die Settled Their Quarrel for Good MONTGOMERY Ala Sept berne Hale county Sunday evening Glen Dustin and Robert Turpln who had pre viously quarreled met on the street and immediately began firing revolvers at one another Each fired five times Tuspin fell dead and Dustin is so badly wound ed that he cannot live Cost of the New Election System YOBK Sept police com missioners held a loca secret session yes tenlny 10 consider how much money will be required for election expenses under the new ballot law It has been said that the election would cost the city about or more than last year under the old law Senator Farwolls Condition WAUKESHA Wis Sept Senator Farwell of Illinois who has been lying seriously ill at the Fountain house for sev eral weeks left for hla home at Lake For est yesterday morning Dr Philler his physician says that his patient is much better and that his condition is favora ble nlary for a Railway DXan PHILADELPHIA Sept Tbe board of managers of the Philadelphia and Read ing Railroad company have decided to In creese the salary of President General Manager A A McLeod to MO 000 Only one other railroad president Mr Depew it is said receives a higher salary The MinnePanl Censnt Frauds St PACT Sept The extent of the rascality iu the first count of population in this city and Minneapolis has been es tablished by the recount which gives Min neapolis 184780 aud this city 1SS80L The flrst count gave Minneapolis 181600 and this city Witiile Miss Reed 18 years old daughter of a prominent Phillipsburg Pa citlcen was arranging her toilet at a mirror in her room preparatory to receiving the guests nt a party at her fathers house she saw the reflection of a man in the mir ror lie was ripping open the bedding In search of valuables and upon Miss Reed screaming he rushed her and struck her in the breast with a knife The knife struck B steel in her corset and glanced inflicting only a slight wound The steel m veil her life The man got away Senate Amendments NonConcurred iind That Measure Sent to Further Inquiry Into the Against Senate to Talk About Land Grant Persias Judgment ow the Murderer I while he THE INDIANA WIRE Republicans Cdnfer in Regard to Campaign A REMARKABUt CURE Clark or Brldgeton H A alyMd Oat of BBnxnrrojr N J Sept Clark of Bridgeton who has been bedridden for fourteen years suddenly finds hlmaelf TALS OF SHEWS OF WAS tic stroke which entirely destroyed the nse ot his lower limbs He was placed upon his bed and there he been ever lince His lower extremities were com pletely uselessand every day he had vio lent epileptic paroxysms Several ago a tool fell Against one of his feet in bed It caused pain in au Ameiriisau Lady WASHINGTON CITY Sept It was de veleped in the course of the session of tho houne yesterday that several members were not sutisflad with the revision o Kennedyu famous speech against the sea ate which appeared In The Congressional Recoird Buloe Democrat arose while MoKlnley had the floor offering tho taritt resolution of tho committee on rules And said he hat a question of privilege to pre sent He tlien offered a resolution repro bating and condemning Kennedys speech A point of order was against U consideration as not such a question of privilege as could take McKinley off the floor and upon the speakers suggestion Enloc withdrew the matter for the time Debute on the Resolution As soon us the tariff matter was out of the way and the bill sent to the conference committee Enloe again arose and was again met by a point of order raised by Grosyenor of Ohio who contended that the time to object to Kennedys speech was when it was n course of delivery Enloe held that the point wag bad and went on to say that Kennedy had no more right to make a personal attach on V member of the senate than he Boloe had to state Ibat the speaker was corrupt or that the president was a criminal He then sent to the clerks desk and had read extracts from Kennedys speech as It ap pears iu The Becord A Pennaylvanlan Tallu Bayne of Pennsylvania next spoke He agreed with Enloe that itwas due to the senate that the house repudiate the at tack made by Kennedy It was the flnit time in the history of the country that such a thing had occurred and be urged that no technicality be permitted to pre ventthe house from acting on the mat ter The utterances ot the gentleman from Ohio on Sept 3 bad been withheld tor revision and had just appeared In The Record so that notice could not bo taken by members until now Those however appeared shorn of some of their animosities and misrepresentations but notwithstanding containing such a palpable charge of corruption upon the senate that the house could not refrain from putting the seal of Its condemnation upon them This was no place to attack members of the senate Wniits the Speech Expunged He offered an amendment to Enloei resolution directing the public printer to exclude speech from The Record Adams of Illinois spoke In favor of fhoj Enloe resolution He believed that the language of the gentleman from Ohio had violated the old settled rules of parlia mentary courtesy Grosvenor said thab he had made the one toe the first he had felt in that mem ber for fourteen years Tha muscles in voluntarily contracted and ho discovered that he was able to move the foot slightly HI Activity Exerting all the strength he conld com mand h first nhook the foot and then managed to turn over In bed In so do ing he fell to tbe floor His knee struck bis tin tobacco box causing him to expe rience intense pain in his lower He was lifted back upon the bed bat in sisted upon sitting up with his feet hang ing outside While in that position hit Hmbs became warm and the blood began to flow through his veins Steadily vital ity returned and now his condition is so far improved that be a able to walk about bin room Olark attributes the change to a third stroko of paralysis which he received this summer and which he declares has renewed life in his limbs The National Ball CHICAGO Sept following is the base ball record for yesterday League At At Cleveland 8 Pittsburg snd Zlmmer Day and Decker At Chi 6 Cincinnati 3 batteries Luby and Nagle Hhines and Harrington At Brotherhood At Ifew York and At Cleve ClevelBnd 8 Pittsbnrg Sj bat and Brennau Morris and Quiun At game Chicago 9 Buffalo 4 Baldwin and Farrell Stafford and Mack second game Chicago 7 Buffalo 8 and Farrell Cunning ham and Clarke Tile Coming Famine In Ireland LOSDOW Sept Dublin corre of Times says that there is no danger of any suffering in Ireland be fore Christmas that the failure of the potato harvest Is far from general and lhatother crops Are better thanthe aver age He asserts that boards of poor law guardians ami other bodies are attempt ing to create unjustifiable apprehensions of famine with the view of influencing public opinion in Great Britain aud abroad aud of representing the condition of Ireland ns much worse than It really Is itderal Called fop Gray to Open Uie Democratic Flight at rllle How Charley Lanbacher Missed Wedding School Trouble at Col nmbua Ftiiluro at Terra Hflnte Ac ituUeaI of Harry Strode INDIANAPOLIS Sept TheRepubiican tate central committee was in session Monday and had all the nominees present he meeting was held to consider assess ments for the camptdgn Chairman Mich isr spoke plainly of the necessity for unds and said that he wished to rnnka ne assessment do but that the candl atca must expect to make a thorough anvnss of the ntate themselves and this would entail a heavy expense A for Federal Supervisors Chairman Michener Chairman Lay man of the county and oth re have signed a petition setting forth hat It IB the desire that tbe election of a ongressman in November should be scru inlzed and guarded as provided for in the ederal statutes and asking that United ilates supervisors be appointed Judge iresham to whom the petition was re erred has issued an order assigning to udge Woods the discharge of the duties lade necessary under tbe lavr The law requires that the district fudges office hall be open on days prior to the election or tbe appointment of supervisors and it customary to impose the duties re erre to upon the district judge Judge reshatn says in bit order that other su pervisors he understands will be asked or Political Note SETMOUB Ind Sept 16 Monday aft rnoon the Democrats of the Fortysecond udicial district nominated Samuel B Voyles for circuit judge aud William T 3ranaman for prosecuting attorney SHELBTVILLE Ind Sent Governor saac P Gray will speak here next fSacur This will be the opening of tlvaaam in Sihelby county THE UAUBSCHER MYSTERY Horribly Mnlined by a Lion DENVER Colo Sept Near Barola Saturday a hustler was Kitting on the top of one of Walace Cos menag erie cages with his legs dangling down the side It attractad the attention of a lion The beiist ranched out with one of his claws and fixed Us nails in the mans leg near the knee and stripped the flesh from the bone to the heel before the poor fellow could be released it was necessary point of order becnusehe believed thntf to pry the beasts jaws open with iron whatever action the house took should be in the regular a report from a committee FURTHER ABOUT GEN RAUM A Developed but Sotlj Ing Startling Materialized WASHINGTON CITT Sept Raum investigation was continued yesterday In reply to Cooper Raum said that a sub company of the Universal Refrigerator company had been organized iu this city to assist tho parent company He pro tested against answering this question as not being pertinent to the inquiry but at the request of the committee made the above statement Then Cooper wanted to Introduce a letter charging Frank A Smith with fraud in relation to the re frigerator He also wantedthe person making the B Chaplnof New as a witness The commit tee rejected the letter but will probably hear Chopin Pension OtHce Employes Examined A number of pension office chiefs of divisions aud clerks were next examined They denied owning any refrigerator stock or knowing any employe of the pension ofllce who did or being aware of any favoritism to Attorney Lemon or any other pension agent They also declared that the order complained of was a good thing for facilitating business Lewis wanted further examination into the sub company because Tanner Raumi pri vate secretary heldstock in the Rub company and had been promoted by Raum Tbe committee rejected this pro posal and Tinnner during the discussion said his promotion occurred some before he hsd taken stock in the sub company Adjourned Senate and Bouae Sammarjr WASHINGTON CITT Sept house yesterday received the tariff bill with ata amendments from the ways and meant committee and after two hours discus sion voted to nonconcur in the senate amendments and send the bill to confer ence Enloe offered a resolution repro bating and condemning Kennedys speech on the 3d of September so far as it re flected on tinsenata as a body This discussed for some time but pending ac tion on the resolution the house adjourned The senate passed a number of bills providing for bridges over southern rivers and resumed consideration of the confer ence report on the land grant forfeiture bill Without action on the report the senate adjourned after reaching an agree ment that a Tote on the report shall be taken at 8 oclock this afternoon Mrf Bean aged 63 years her daughter Mrs Stratton and her the daughter of Mrs gave birth to twins within fen minutes of each other on Sept 7 Tbjsi occurred in vioimity of Mitcherisvllia N Y The Weather We Way Xxpect WLSEnufOTOX CITT Sopfc title aliens for thirty hoora fvoru 8 p m ysaverdvy Tor Indiana and HH weather prtocdsd bjr local rains wanner variable winds For Michigan I weather preceded by lightIccal fains warm er winds fair Wednesday For WTj w preceded by local rainll in Kmthwn portion warmer varlablewinda f For weather Tuesday Wednes day Hardly 17p to Requirements WASHUTGTIJX CITT Sept department received information yeater that the assassin of the wife of Bar Air Wright on American missionary at Lo bars A Republican Holt ONVEH Sept 10 Republican URty convention yesterday was the most exciting held in yours The two fac tions were of tKarly equal numerical strength but tho faction known as the antigang elected n temporary chairman and upon the credentials committee seat ing thfi anti gang delegates In a contest tbe other faction bolted and held a con vention of their own Democratic Majority in ArluiniM LITTB ROCK Ark Sept The offi cial majority of Eagle the Democratic candidate for governor Is 21080 over Fisher Union Labor and Republican candidate Tha total vote in the state was 191 of which Eatfle received lOfi 267 and lusher 85181 The average Dem ocratic majority ou tbe balance of the is about 22600 Cot of Chicago Drainage Canal CHICAGO Sept Chief Engineer Cooley said yesterday afternoon at a meet Ing of the engineering committee of the board of sanitary trustees that the work contemplated by the commission would cost between and This estimate includes the damages to be paid to the city of Jo let which he thinks will not exceed Bicycle Becordg Broken PlOBIA Ills Sept wre some bike records smashed at the Luke View park yesterday Wi ndlo broke r worlds record for one mile doing it in 85 Rich of New York knocked out the time for the four and five mile ordi nary bicycle going in 35 and 35 respectively and Berlo of Boston mikde on a safety in The Counterfeiter at Work ST LoitJt Sept large number of oouuterfeit bills on the German Ma Uonal bank of New Orleans are in circu lation here The police are ociivtily searching for the gang uttering them The Fair CHICAGO Sept national Worlds fair commission is in session In this city The principal business in hand is the in darsement of the sites for tne fair snd the selection of a director general Turkish Atrocitlei In Armenia LONDON Sept women and glrSs have outraged by the Turks at Moks In Armenia Numerous atrocities on a smaller scale are doily reported from that unhappy province He TTont Be Fnmiy I say landlord remarked a stnin as he entered the hotel In 1 tcrwn In Ohio whits the price of one breez Persi was after trial bT tbe anj rooma yoa thonties there convicted and aentenotd to imprisonment for life In the opinion of the statci department officiale la I notably a case where the puiziabment doesnot fit the crime as Mrs Wright was put to death in a most inhuman manner National and State WASHINGTON Crrr Sept laat bnUntin issued by the census bureau stranger remarked the land I can give yon my best room to for fifty cents and shes a daisy rather facetiously if yon sleep with them muddy boots on itTl cost you twentyfive cents ex try The following morning the Ixndlorc bsing absent the stranger paid his bil The Mtlaatng EvAiisvllln Bridegroom Saya He Drugged EVANSVILLK lod Sept aubscber who disappeared from the city n Thursday the day set for his marriage Miss Martha Jenkins returned home undny He claims to have been drugged two men at the corner of Columbia and Read streets in broad daylight irried to a field two miles off where he was robbed nnil left under a haystack The following day while in a dazed con dition he wandered away and Saturday veqlng arrived at the residence of his irotherinlaw at Elberfield Ind The Color Line ID the Schools COLUMBUS Ind Sept is rouble in the city schools with the col ored children The trustees provided a eachor as usual and also a separate room such as the trustees have been providing1 or several years but the colored children to accept the school privileges of eredj them The trustees were notified some time ago that the colored people a separate building and a colored teacher but their request was not com lied with and the colored children re nain out of school DUNLAPS STIFF AND AND STIFF and Winter Styles AGAIN WITH SVKC1AL PRICKS OS B Jewelry Silverware And Spectacles Use Hauks Glasses 25 years ex poritmce Make no Broadway D A H AUK The Jeweler and Optician for Infants and Chifdren Castorta Is so wen ajaptei to children thai I Castorta ceres Colic Ooastipattnn lrecommcnditttBsupei1ortoanypcscripUoo I Sour 8wmaca DiArrhosa KructaUon baowB to me ttl D 1 111 So Oxford St Brooklyn N Y Without Injurious miidlotton THE CrNTAUB COMPJOIY TT Murray Became Suddeulr Inaane COLUMBCS Ind Sept Dtp er excounty commissioner and a farmer of this county came to this city Sunday or second time in 1890 While hero le became violently Insane He imagined hat he was dying and wanted to go to ed upon tbe sidewalk It was with great difficulty that hft was restrained from treeing himself of clothing Overwork is assigned as the reason for his sudden in eanity la Still Short SHELBYVILLE Ind Sept year ago it was found that Michael Possecoun ty treasurer was short in hia ac counts His bondsmen made up the de ficit and a settlement was mode The county commissioners then employed ex perts to overhaul tha books Their re ports show that Posse is yet short 81 S8960 and the board Monday ordered suit brought against Posse on his official bond Pafttect to the Other Shore NEW CASTIE Ind Sept N E Black one of the most prominent busi ness men of this city died very suddenly at his home from heart disease Monday He was 48 years of age and leaves a widow and one daughter MAIUOS Ind Sept Ink farmer of Fairmount died Sunday from the effects of the kick of a horse He car ried life insurance to the amount of 113 000 Homicide TERIIK HAUTE Ind Sept Strode the youth vbc IrUltd step father Thomas Burkhardt Friday tigtt by clubbing him on tbe public road after Burkhardt end started after him with knife bad a speedy vindication at the hands of the law Tbe justice of the peace before whom he had his preliminary hear ing discharged him from custody Thieves Gathered HarveaH SETMOUR Ind Sept last day of the soldiers reunion gamblers and thieves held high carnival hem Tbe gamblers were protected by the camp era cers and tbe thieven wura not molested although over fifty persons including sixteen had their pockets picked Altogether it Tna the most disorderly gathering ever assembled here Fatally Oared br a Boll ViLPABAlso Ind Sept Swan aon ayouugand welltodo farmer was fatally gored by a bull Sunday chest being crushed to a jelly His wife who hearing hU cries came to hia had herleif broken and was otherwise aeriouMy injured The Alliance DUat Saw Him TxgBK HAUTZ Ind Sept M Wataon dealer in agricultural imple wan forced to rcuike an aeeiga OTDay struck Diifly between the eyes with a piece of stoua curbing Duffy was car ried to the hospital but was not supposed to be dangerously hurt He grew rapidly worse Mocday and died in tbe afternoon ODay is held under a charge of murder He Fonrot Hlrooelt But Tom dear where is tie big trout you said you caught Oh that one of COUIM 1 took that trout and it looked so good 1 cooked it and ate it on the spot And speaking of eating 1 wish youd hurry np that dinner I havent had a mouthful all day And then Maude for the first time doubted her husbands Hoofttor News Notes Rev Thomas Couohman a young min ster in charge of tho Plaiuville circuit annoyed by slanderous tales which had been circulated brought suit agaiust I George Bright of Barr townnhip DaviesB county for slander claiming J damages Tho suit was afterward com promised Bright making a retraction ind paying Several thousand people attended tbe old settlers reunion near Goldsmith in Tipton county Messrs Wray Beatty proprietors of a general mercantile store at Newmarket have made an assignment with assets of 3000 and liabilities of an equal amount Miss May Currier of Valparaiso wai I married Monday to Mr Morris Lewis j cioeeJ prominent resident of Eisdon Cook coon1 fujzi ty Ills They will reside at Eisdon Rev T J Clarke pastor of the ChrisI Live following were the Man church at Vineonnes has entered Ions at the Union stock upon his nineteenth year with that in1 gregation and the church was never more prosperous THE MARKETS CHICAOO Sept le On the boarl of Iradi today quotation were is follows 2 opens f 1004 closed Dcxrember opese4 May oixmei flOf 1 2 opened 4c closcl UJi upcnsd 4THc clont I May opoutxl 51r I Oata 2 SciJtuubor opon Mar 0 October opened clossd ABBREVIATED TELEGRAMS Half a block of buildings at Lynchburg Va were burned Sunday night Lottfl Holmes oil refinery at Buffalo N Y caught fire Monday morning Four em ployes were badly burned The color line has been drawn in the Maryland law school and hereafter col ored will not be received The white students rebelled Three Italian laborers were struck bf an engine on the Erie road at German town Pa Monday and instantly killed A fourth was badly injured The City of Chicago bag begun proceed ings against the gas trust in thac city looking to the forfeiture of its charter and asking for a receiver therefor Tbe schooner Comrade is believed to have founde red on Lake Superior during the gale of Saturday night She carried a crew of eight persons nil of whom are supposed to have perished Dr John Neely of Franklin Ky some time ago killed Dick Pirckle and was ac quitted on the plea of selfdefense Mrs Firokle has now sued the doctor for tin 000 for killing her husband An old man called Old Fritz living about five miles south of Dubuque Ia lives entirely so far as meat is concerned on dost keeping a nmmber of canines always oa hand ready to butchered It is said that Charles Emory Smith who left the editorship of The Philadel phia Press to go as United States minis ter to Russia will resign and res ume editorial work purely aa o matter of oersonal interest The recat failure of lx ell Co of Boston culminated Mondiy u arrest of Walter PJttir nnd heads of the arm They nrr chirked wit b the embezzlement and larceny of worth of bond of tbeEdgebill Furnace company At Montreal Monday C C Hale of I Cleveland O who shot bis brotbursn law Encene H Covrles Jast June plealrd I guilty to a chsnre of aggravated assault I and was fined Vffi Cowies refused to prosecute The fine was paid and case eudeJ Stella Manning daughter of Uri Man mixed lot haovjr and ehlpplag au H Prodace Fancr separator One gatherel cream 1i 1 to JO lot Utlons dairtoa noest fresh No 1 HilTc fresh pocking ttooko Freeh candled off 16Hc per das Llva CblokMU taps tc per Ib spring chickens ft Me roosters ryiilic per Ib nailed lots aatCo per Ib dacks per l spriac ifaoks to par Ib dm jfow Jersey rone KMMK per bo WU consin per bu cboloe 90o per bo Bweetpotatoon Baltimore psrhrl Jersey ttn per brl ARilesMaofe green cooking brl stood per Wijt case Michigan f M per Iftqt BlacklMrrVM New York Kiw YORK ttept If 2 red winter cadi 106 do October do tUfM mixed do Oc tober as4c do Deoembtr Doll No S mixed cub XomlnmL NovinaL PorkDoll family Lard Quiet and unchanged Live Suk Cattle Market flrm for all erodes at an advance of lOa V 100 poorott to best native gtoers WVtURM f 10 otu balls and drjr cows Shep and Wjeep Irm laoib H 9 higher sheep ttWj640 lambs Market arm live bogm 9 IM IM meat Monday Hia aateti are placed at ntag of Carlwm Pa eloped last week shows the reduction of national and the landlady and continued on his j 18000 with liaMUtlei unknown He WM with her second cousin debt in the last decade The national j John said the landlady when her the total debt of all i haaband caine in heres seventyfive from S30430ll674 to 183339689 lllinoii j cents a man left for his room tbe agent of the Formers Alliance or outhoriy winds deibt from m 1880 to 2638313 in 1880 j Thafs exactly what I took himtotherooron tor of the miii yesterday 3BOj 000 ounces of silver bullion at the foUow wen ma a ojutces at tlSK HCLiion onncM GOSHEV lad Sept H Knlck of haw been receiver ot tne indUna tmggr gave a Mini bond The affalrf the company were badlj mixed up A mortgage for waa axeenteil 4 tew days ago in favor of thii Krst HotloMl bank There was uo objection to tbe and it turns out that eloping is in tht joung womans blood her mother and grandmother having done tbe same thing Charles F Harris olE Bridsettm Pa and Mies Xellie Bntler ofNorfolk Ve got man led tloT fan about two ago supposing the ceremony was InviJid It turns out that the man who marrte4 them was a justice of the peace and that they were legally tied They concluded to make the best of it and Saturday s StoMIrhraw Sept ODay evening were again mjuried Tim Dnffv dtaaiReUd Sunday ami j man for keejia this time I CREAM Ita pwrea M fur nwre Ibana QOarterof a It need or tbc CnUed Slatae omn donedjqr the of M tfaeBUortoL Pnnat Dr ineanc New York ChVaacoi   

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