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Logansport Pharos (Newspaper) - September 19, 1890, Logansport, Indiana LOGANSPOBT DAILY PHAROS 16TH YEAE FRIDAY EYENJNG SEPTEMBEE 19 1890 NO JOHN Corner PLUMB NOTHAPPY The Rasping Kansas Senator Gets After Windom In Early Fall Goods Of all kinds STORE FULL Both upstairs and down Prices COME AND SEE US DOIANS OPKKA IIOLTHR Wi OVK Horii WKEK Cbiniucnclnir MONDAY SEPT 22 DnvMJ liurn patiy support Shtrulard Thou tor Corn Miss Sadie Farley Openlnif in tin Karnoim Souiliorri Corned Prtuiiii in five nuln enticifil THE OCTOROON SEP bhE Burning Sfceambnafc POPULAR PR1CES IO2O3Oc Itewrvcil scuts for sale at usual place 1ur iitiltu and Itrtuis Circle IlOu lialcuiiy 20 al Icry lite A Good Fresh Milcli COW will be Riven uwity Suturduy FURNITURE PRICES THE LOWEST Our Designs None but the Best Workmanship Allowed to Leave our Salesroom J Henderson SODS New Pension Law POP All Soldiers Who arc dcpeuclunt upon their own luily labor for support For Soldiers nnd Bailors widows Fr Children under 16 years of agt For children permanently helpless and for dependent parents Apply in person or by letter for infer blanks and instructions to jft GORDON Pension Agent jft Elliott Block Lognnsport In HIS gEOENT POLICY GSITIOISED Sherman VVnnts tho Lot Alono and Doonnt Scare at a Wall Street Btatcuinaii4 Foot HU Inillgnatlon In a Gory Manner Tha Keclproclty Scheme Agrued Trying to lirenk tho Notes WASHINGTON CITV Sept who keeps both eyes open for an oppor tunity to lambaat1 somebody through resolution motion or all ol one yesterday afternoon and the secretary of the treasury was the man who came under the displeusure of tho senator from Kansas He offered n resolution directing that official to inform the senate whethor the rule or policy of his department which requires the pay ment of checks for silver bullion over the counter of the subtreasury instead through the proper clearing does not result in paying out notes of the large dBnotninatlouK instead of those suited for circulation and use In ordinary business transactions und whether such methods of payraeut does EOS result in the pay meat of gold instead of treasury notes Wuiifea a Brake on Windom In the course of a discussion on the res olution Plumb said a conspicuous illus tration had place within the last few weeks of uu impolicy of allowing the treasury department to obstruct or accel erate the business of the country For years the treasury department he said had hoarded money and during all that time the volume of currency had been constantly decruasing oa account of the withdrawal of national bonk notes The wcrotary of the treasury had seen tha business of the country hampered on ac count nf the lack of money but he Bad waited until a panic was impending that affected the banks of all the cities and se riously interfered with the operations of ordinary business Most Likely Thing In the World And then what had tho secretary done He hud given out the money to the hold ers of government bonds iinder such cir cumstances as to enable themand not him o control the money supply of tho coun try during their pleasure Tho money which a fevv days ago had been in the reasury and which could have been put out all the will of the secretary was to day in the hands of tho nion who owned bonda to the amount of And t wan perfectly safe to siy that those Hen having that money would use it to benefit themselves and not in tho interes if the people Nothing Plumb said bu an overwhelming calamity would ever d vorco the treasury from such malicious in torferenco with the business of the coun ry Sherman Explaina Matters Sherman aaid that while he had no ob ection to thu resolution that which ha jeen done had been done iu strict execu Ion of tho law The secretary of th reaatiry had no right to pay for silve mllion in anything but treasury notes hese treasury notes had been issued 1 argo denominations There had beenonl a very short time to prepare for the exe utiori of the law and a sufficient amoun if treasury notes of small denomination ould no be prepared These large note leeossarlly di1 not enter into the genera ircuiation of the country Ho doubtei he policy of pnying a years interest ou londs in advance A Scuro Matlo to Ordor The financial scare was a manufacturei care It had been gotten up by brokers y bulls and bears and various kinds o uimals who practiced their trade on thi xchanges of New York city There was great demand for money now for mov ng the cot ton and grain crops and per aps to pay for an increased quantity of ooda imported in order to evade highe utios under the new tariff laiv Mer hants had to use a vulgar expression bitten off more than hey could nd were now shinning around to borrow oney All these things would settle hemselves in a little while There was o real serious financial disturbance in 10 country It was confined to tho city t Nevr York He thought that things hould be let go ns they were aud thai he secretary of the should Jbe ermitced to use bis discretion Plumbs resolution was adopted KILGORE WOULD GO OUT ths He Kicks the Door Opea and Ciarat from DlngleyB Nose WASHINGTON CITY Sept house spent yesterday trying to secure a quo rum so as to take action on the Lang stonVenable Virginia contested election case The Democrats refraining from voting succeeded in breaking the quo xrum and the house without action on the cose at p m adjourned During the session the doors were closed and locked and Kilgore of Texas kicked one of them open Dingley of Maine was on the other side of the door at the time and was struck in the face making bis noae bleed The senate discussed and adopted a res olution introduced by Plumb calling on the secretary of the treasury for informa tion about the payment for silver bullion purchased under the new silver law and after passing a number of bills on the calendar listened to eulogies over the late Representative Lairci of Nebraska Among the bills passed were the follow ing To revive the grade of lieutenant general of the army giving a pension of 81U per month to disabled army nurses Progress on the Tariff BUI WASHINGTON CITY Sept con ference committee on the tariff bill held a further conference last night at the resi dence of Senator Aldrlch but mada bu little progress What If any matters were agreed upon cannot be learned as the conferrees refuse to disclose the proceed ings The tariff conferrees yesterday morning agreed on the reciprocity pro vision of the tariff bill as inserted by the senate A Granger Paper in Trouble WASHINGTON CITY Sept Mich igan Patrons of Industry are in trouble The postmaster at Port Huron Mich has refused to accept as secondclasa matter The Farmers Guide the organ of the Pa tTrons because the paper had no subscrip tion list but was paid for by assessments on the order The Patrons have sent on n committee of three persons and they will see Mr Wanamaker about it A SAINT ON THE ShY Another Case of Secret Mor monism Discovered FEED S KALES TWO FAMILIES Material RRRUIDS 12thSt Drue Store ia wo mW AND BRAIN TREATMENT itir in in viiijiMo Uiih i C1 Act Kurviim Loss ft Ioe sit for int Jiy mail p SURE CUBE FOR OATARBK FOR OVER FIFTY YEARS this old SoveregalUimedy has stood the test and stands today the best known remedy for Catarrh Cold in the Head and Headache Persist in its use and it will effect n cure DO matter of how long standing the case may be For sale by drutrjists TO BREAK THE DEADLOCK he Itepubllcnnn of tho House AVill Fight the LtinKKtoiiVenable Cnso Through WASHINGTON CITY Sept 19Just after o house adjourned yenterday u caucus Republican members was held to de termine on a means to break the dead lock now prevailing in the house After a short discussion about amending the rules to prevent a quorum from being broken when once secured it was decided to call the roll to ascertain how many members were present The call showed that 145 Republican members were in the hall To make B quorum nineteen more members would be required Elucideil to Send Out a Whip Severn Republican munihers who were not present are in the city and it was stated that these and a number others who are out of town sufficient to make a quorum could be secured for attendance today It was decided that telegrams should be sent out to all absentees to re turn to Washington without delay The caucus then adjourned Will Illake It a Test of Euduritnoo The statement is authorized by promi nent Republican members that the honse will refuse tg allow congress to adjourn until the fJuigstonVenible case is dis posed of Several Republican senators ware present at the caucus but took no part In the proceedings Fining Members for Not Voftlnff Wnlfcir of Massachueetts introduced in ths house yesterday an amendment to a resolution amending the rules introduced by himself lust week The amendment provides that any member who is in the hall of the house at any time during the call of the house and who fails to vote when tho yeas and nays are called nuder this rule sbnll be Sued WO aud that the speaker shali not entertnin a motion for change or remission of the tine Will Write Up the Surrntt Case WASHINGTON CITV Sept Rev Father Walter pastor ot St Patricks church the clergyman who attended Mrs Surratt intends to writo his remmisi cences of tae famous triiil The twentyI five years silence on all pertaining to the subject which WHS imposed upon Father Walter by his archbishop having now ex pired he Is at liberty to give the world much that may throw light opoa the his tory of that period Daughter to Marry WASHINGTON CITY Sept mar riage of Miss Mary Butterworth daugh ter of Representative Butterworth and Mr Haughwout Howe will be solemnized at tho Butterworth residence LeDroit Park Got 30 The ceremony will be quiet and witnessed by only the most in timate friends Appointments of Cadets WASHINGTON CITY Sept the West Point cadet appointments issued yesterday were the following R G Mo Bride Jeffersonville Ind R J Wright Milwaukee Wis G R Oberman al Milwaukee Wis DEATH OF DION BOUCICAULT The Celebrated Playwright and Ictor Kntera Into Rest NEW YORK Sept Bouclcault the o e 1 e b r ti t e d playwright and ac tor died yesterday afternoon at his residence 103 West Fiftyfifth street at 5 oclock in the G8th year of his age He eaught a cold which devel oped into pneumo nia ou Tuesday afternoon and rapD1ON BOUCICAULT idly became worse although ha was con scious up to the time of his death His physician Dr Delafleld his wife and the nurse alone trerd pradeu t when he died No arrangements for the funeral have yet been made One Wife and Children at Whitehall and a Second Wife in Xew York City He Cuts a Splurge at Hia Legitimate Home and a Fantaatio Caper When Good Reason Why His Buai nen3 Did Not and Desertion at Chicago NEW YORK Sept fashion set by Sheriff Flack of maintaining two sep arate households seems to have been sue cessfully followed for six years by another New York num of some prominence This individual la S Dale for three years past at the head of the Dale silk mill at Whitehall which stands on the banks o Lake Champlain The facts are now out and have fairly upset the town whern his original and legitimate family reside When Dale went to Whitehall he pur chased the finest house in the place He lived in elegant styje gave wine dinners and carried himself like a millionaire manufacturer to whom money was of lit tle account and whose every wish could be gratified He had a delightful family and it was supposed that he was in every sense a man who was as proper in his pri vate life as he was elegant in his personal manners Detectives Unearth a Sensation But it didnt take long for the gossip of the village to connect his name with that of Mrs James H Parke whose husband belongs to one of the oldest and best fam ilies In the village These stories did not gain publicity until some three months ago when Mrs Parke suddenly left her home after quarreling with her husband and Is now living in New York it in be GOBBLED OBRIEN AND DILLON The CYCLONE IN IOWA Tha Town of Mannlne Said to Have Been Swept Away OMAHASept was reported late lust night that a cyclone had struck the town of Manning la und almost wiped it out Nearly every house in the place was leveled with the ground and the whole village rendered desolate It is reported that two persons were killed and many in jured The country In the of the storm was swept bare and it is feared many casualties are yet to be re ported The Worlds Fair Commission CHICAGO Sept their meeting yesterday the national commissioners of the Worlds fair voted to begin balloting fora director general directly after tha routine business of this mornings session is finished A resolution was offered to rescind the indorsement of i dual site und was pending at adjournment At the directors meeting last night jeorge R Davis was selected for director eueral only tea of the thirtyfive direc tors noting against him The recommen dation of the directors will be presented So the national commission There ore 10862 school districts 63373 teachers and 3800000 school children in Japan Central Strikers Apply for Work NEW YOBK Sept was a rush of Knights of Labor strikers to the Grand Central station yesterday the exec utive board of D A 248 having formally declared the strike off General Superin endent Voorhees told the men that the oad was well manned at present and hat all he could do for them was to take heir names as applicants for work and efer them to the division superintend nts Colorado Republicans DKSVEB Colo Sept Repub ican state convention assembled at 3 3clock yesterday organised and adopted a platform indorsing the administration of president Harrison indorsing Senator Teller for reelection and demanding free ilver coinage Hon Moses Townsend was unanimously nominated for congress Central TrainWreckers Indicted ALBANY N YSeptia The grand jury t Troy has indicted CainBuett and Reed barging them with misplacing a switch wo miles above the point where the train was wrecked It is said that Cordials nd Kiernans cases were considered and o evideuce against them was fonnd and hey will be discharged An Epidemic of Child Snlolde LONDON Sept Six boys and girls ave committed suicide alb Vienna through hagrSn at being obliged to return to chool after vacation Four Made Into One PHILADELPHIA Sept Pitts burg Cincinnati and St Louis Railway company was yesterday formed merger and consolidation of thd Pitta burg Cincinnati and St Louis Railroad company the Chicago St Louis and Pittsburg Railroad company the Jeffer sonville Madison and Indianapolis Rail road company and the Cincinnati ancT Richmondcompany lieved Dale was suspected of spiriting away Parkes 18yearold daughter and detectives were put on his track in this city The search did not result in the gaining of any clue to the whereabouts of Mrs Parke and child but it revealed a most sensational story in regard to the life of Mr Dale The Beautiful Mrs Spragne While In Whitehall Mr Dale appeared in his real character us Frederick S Dale silk manufacturer He maintained a dif ferent identity in New York and was known as H F Sprague a traveling man The detectives found that Mr and Mrs Sprague lived in a oozy flat on West Thirtyfourth street Mr Spraigue on various occasions introduced Mrs Sprague as his wife and they were Kcn erally known in the apartment house as Mr and Mrs Spiague and Mr Sprapue was thought to be a traveling man Mrs Spraguo is a most beautiful woman aboutx34 yeais of age light complexloued plump and attractive An Adventurer In Business There is little sympathyin Whitehall for Mr Dale for the people look on him as an adventurer who has made the most out of them that he could during his brief residence in the town Many poor men subscribed to help him locate in the village thinking the big silk mill would help the interests of the town But the mill was ruo in a slack manner as but few hauds were employed and the boom that the town was promised never came In the light of recent revelations it is easily understood why the mill did not Mr Dale it has since been learned was too busy looking after his personal pleasures and the Interests of the mlirwere often left to lookafterthem selves For Mrs Dale and her children who are still at Whitehall much sympa Uiy is expressed ADRIFT IN THE STREETS A Sadder Case of Mans Inhumanity to Woman CHICAGO Sept IS the day she arrived in Cnicago until the present time Mrs Jalsian Wilbert has run the gauntlet of misery destitution and desertion amd now she is adrift on the streets with her 18monthsold baby with not a cent In her pocket Two years ago she cama from Poland and went to Milwaukee There she met John Wilbert who first betrayed and then married her But on the day of the wedding Wilbert deserted hia wife John Plenkowski a Pole who had been deserted by his wife persuaded Mrs Wil bert to come with him to Chicago Mrs Plenkowskil Appears For eighteen mouths the couple lived hap pily together though they were wretch edly poor Then Mra Pienkowski dis covered her husband living with another woman and took a novel way of securing him again She procured warrants against the adulterous pair In the mean time a compact was made between the husband and wife against the unfortu nate woman Mrs Wilbert He was to de sert her turn her out of the two rooms at 55 Eiston road and assign the property to his wife Deserted and Destitute This was carried out to the letter and the suits were dismissed by Justice La Buy yesterday as the wlife withdrew her prosecution Mrs Pienkowski cast a look of triumph at the trembling little woman holding her baby inher arms and she hauled her husband away Mrs Wilberts only reply was to clasp her child tightly to her breast She had eaten nothing for a day and in sheer desperation she wallced toward her old home But Mrs Pien kowski drove her away Trom the house aud the poor woman turned to the streets homeless moneyless starving and de serted Two Leaden OB of Conspiracy LOSDOJT Sept OBrien and John Dillon the Irish leaders have been for some time making speeches in differ ent parts of Ireland advising the tenants to refuse to pay their rent and although this is a violation of the crimes act the government seemed td be indifferent to their actions Consequently when the two men were arrested yesterday and taken to TJpperary to answer H charge of con spiracy It was something of a bombshell n the ranks of the Nationalists It vrai immediately asserted that the govern ments object was to prevent the depart ure of the two men to the United where they were going to raise funds to be used in electing Home Rule men to fllrliamont Something of a This may have had some little weight In the matter but Is not balieved to have had much OBriens last trip through America and Canada did not have suffi cient effect in evoking Illfeeling against England or In swelling the contributions to the Irish campaign funds to justify any great apprehensions as to the result of expected tour and the state ment may be made in reference to former American journeys of Dillon asd Red mond Parnell Counting on American Money Parnell however has been counting npon great results from the proposed American stumping tonr as he is nerv ously anxious to have a large fund raised for the important elections of 1891 and It is thought possible that he will go to the states and deliver a series of appeals himself If OBrien Dillon and others who had expected to go are imprisoned or kept at home by legal proceedings Many Nationalists think these arreits will have the effect to open the American purse and though surprised they are not atall discouraged It ia quite probable that OBrien aud Dillon will cet the ex ent of the months injail and it s stated that warrants are out for the arrest of several other Irish leaders Will Come Over aa Substitutes The Parnellites anticipate a general raid following yesterdays arrests with a view of suppressing the league in all di rections Parnell has arranged for an early meeting of his followers in London T P OContior and James J OKelly will probably take the berths on the Teutonic engaged for OBrien and Dil on Comment of tha London Press The Times says that the only cause for surprise is that the arrests have been so ong delayed The resolute net ion of the government will be eagerly welcomed by all clearheaded friends of civil order The Standard says the coup was admir bly managed and the secrecy maintained prevented the accused from exercising heir wellknown skill in opportune dis ippeanmce The Daily News says that Balfour has ommltted an not of stupendous folly for vhich it is difficult to assign a rational motive The Telegraph justifies the arrests as he Parnellites were becoming more dar ng ia the face of the supposed supineness f the government INDIANA AFFAIRS Waging a Hot War on the Lot tery People SUIKG A LABOB LEADER FOR LIBEL ROCKAFELLERS MUNIFICENCE He Gives Another MiilUon to the Chicago BaptiHt University CmCAuo Sept D Rockafel ler has just given more to the uew Chicago Baptist university in addi tion to the which ho contributed previously This munificent offer was laid before the board of trustees of the institution yesterday and was quickly ac cepted Success at least so fur as it de pends upon Qnancinl considerations Is already assured to the new university The board of trustees has elected VV R Harper of Yale college president of the new institution Mr Harper has not yet signified hia acceptance but it is thought he will do so Bynami Competitor Nominated i Wnongert Girls Bloodjr Two Women Foully the liraiil Miners Complain Shortage of Terre Hauteii Ex Affray Between Fam 9fews ISDIAKATOLIS Sept federa officers have determined to make uncom promising war upon the lottery agents In this city and throughout the state and the marshals subordinates have been in strutted to make an earnest inquiry into all suspected cases and arrest the parties For months there bas been almost an open sale of lottery tickets here and in other cities throughout the state and thousands of dollars have been sent to New Orleans and no pretense to conceal the fact The police have done nothing to step the sale but such cases will now be prosecuted un der the new federal law Labor Agitator Gonld Sued for Libel E F Gonld the wellknown labor agi tator and editor of The Uniou a labor paper was arrested Thursday night on a charge of criminal libel preferred by Thomas Dynes editor of The Gazette Dynes criticised the labor picnic some days ago and Gould replied by calling Dynes a blackmailer a thief and a liar Gould was released on bail City The population of the following cities and towns in Indiana have been given out Aurora 3938 increase 507 Colum bus 6705 increase 1892 Greensburg 3511 increase 443 Jeffersonville 11274 increase 1917 Lawrenceburg 4280 Increase S38 Madison 89i3 increase 22 New Albany 21000 increase 4577 Seymour 5337 in crease 1087 Will Run Against Bynurn The Republican congressional conven tion for the Seventh district met Thurs day and nominated J J Billingsley as Bynums opponent for congress The nominee is the editor of The Drainage and Farm Journal More Applications for Supervisors Applications for federal supervisors for the November elections are comiug in from many counties Applications have been filed for the counties of Wayne Jef ferson Decatur Montgomery Spencer Elkhart Noble Grant Owen Benton Hendricks Hamilton and Pike Michael Doyle of first olf Grant county died at Marion day aged S3 years Massachusetts Democrats WORCESTER Moss The Democ racy met in state convention here yestir day and nominated the following ticket Governor William E Russell of Cam bridge lieutenant governor John Cor coran of Clinton secretary of state El bridge Cushman of Lake Village treas urer William D Trefrey of Marblehead auditor Ed L Munn Holyoke attorney general Elisha B Maynard Springfield The platform demands reciprocity with Cemada denounces the McKtnley bill aiad crSticises the Blame reciprocity scheme Hustling to Head Off this McKluley BUI LOXDON Sept The merchants of Beilfast Ireland the great linen manu facturing center are straining every nerve to place as much linen as possible in the American market before the McKinley bill comes into operation Not linen only bat other articles for consumption in America on which the duty is raised by tba McKinley bill are being largely shipped Several manufacturers of toys in Thuriuga have given notice to their working people to prepare for emigration to America JOHN L AS AN ACTOR He Ii to Make a Tour Through Australia and England NEW YORK Sept contract was signed in this city last week between John L Sullivan Duncan B Harrison and Jack Barnitton one hand and J C Will iamson the Australian manager on the other by which the first named three agree to place themselves under the lat ters management during a tour through Australia and England A new play is to be written for Sullivan and Harrison The success of Sullivans present venture Honest Hearts and Willing Hands seems to hava induced John L definitely to abandon the prize ring The Base Ball Scores CHICAGO Sept base ball records made yesterday were as follows League At game Chicago 8 Cin cinnati 4 and Kittridge Mullane and Keen an second game Chi cago S Cincinnati 10 Hutchison and Kittridge Rhlnes and Keenan Brotherhood At New York 7 Brooklyn Si and Brown Hemming and Cook At Cleve iO Pittsburg 5 batteries McGill and Bronnan Maul and Quinn Koch a crayon artist well known 61 New York shftt himself deiid Vhnrsday mtfrning beneath the window of Ernily Bowl an actress engsged with Stock company Almost at the same moment Miss Rossi shot hermit through heart This evidence indi cates that the pair who were lovers hal I arranged to kill themselves together Tried to KiJl His MotherinLair Also POBTSMOUTH N H Sept was learned yesterday that Fred H J Heln at tempted to add to his list of victims his motherinlaw Mrs Lucas whom he never liked It is known that he went three times to her house in Hill street near his own and tried to force aa en hance but failed to ao becauseMrs Lucas alarmed by his frequent threats to take her life always kept her door locked The Portuguese Still Very Wrathj LoToy Sept Reports from Lisbon are to the effect that serious flgKting hat occurred between the people and the an horities and the government has estab ished a state of siege The government iorces are at present in full control The mob shouted for Serpa Pinto and Down vith the English and Braganzasl m eati ng the king The Reading Purchases a Canal READING Pa Sept Reading railroad bas purchased the entire Union canal property The canal been ibandoned for the past ten It coit 0000000 to build yean ago It is not known what the railroad will do with the property Burglars at Clinton Fall Ulan MDfxEAPOLia Journals Clinton Falls Minn special nays The ftore ot G W Koapp was burglarised Wednesday night TOMS tho nsand dol lars in notes and in monty taken The burglars an at larga HnnTt Got Time to Kan PHILADELPHIA Ser 19 Charles Mil ler Prohibition candidate for governor bas written a letter withdrawing his name from the ticket owing to the pressing da minda of business npon his time The executive committee will meet on Bept 9t tj fill the vacancy SHE MET HIM AT THE GATE A Young Woman C aots Uer Betrayer Other Murders ScOTTSBLTiGvInd Sept Rader and his sweetheart Maggie Howard went driving and returned at midnight At the gate Maggie informed him that she was in a delicate condition and that he must make right the wrong he had dons her He turned to go when she pulled a revolver from her bosom and shot him dead Both stood high in social cjrelea INDIANAPOLIS Sept Maggie Mitchell a lady who lives on her furm near here was found murdered hi her barn Wednesday The floor was crim soned with the blood of the inoffensive lady A bloody pitchfork found on the floor showed that she had attempted to save her life and whoever the murderer is he carries a wound No robbery was committed and much mystery surrounds the affair NORTH VERNON Ind Sept Bhoda Mitchell aged 40 years was found murdered at her home six miles east of this city Wednesday morning The deed was committed with an ax and the house was plundered The woman lived alone There is no clew to the murderer Grievances of Brazil Miners BRAZIL Ind Sept dissatisfied miners in the block coal district claim that the operators have advanced the sell ing price of coal 25 cents on the ton This advance includes suppliesto minors and in some instances they are refusing to pay the scale price on low coal They also charge that a few of the bosses have de clined to permit notices to be posted about the mines calling local meetings Pend ing the conference between the joint com mittee looking to an advance of 10 cents for digging there will be no strike Bad a Habit of llelng Short TEKRE HAUTE lad Sept Is stated that the committee at work on the ac counts of exCity Treasurer James Fitz patrick has also discovered a shortage during the first term but the amount will not be disclosed Until the committee reports to the city council Oct 7 Ti shortage during the second term was I nounced several weeks ago at Fita Patricks property which he has surren dered will almost make good the defi ciency of both terms Tool Works Sold for Debt Trams HAETE Ind Sept Sanford Fork and Tool works was sold Thursday afternoon under order of the court for f49000 The purchase IB subject to a mortgage of W R McKeen Wiliard Riddcr and H Hulmau are in terested A stock company with 4300000 capital is being organized to operate the plant which employs 200 men Robbed a Ticket Office COLUMBUS Ind Sept en tered the Jeffersonville Madison and In dianapolis ticket at Tajrlorsvi lie Wednesday night blew open the safe and etole and a large amount of railroad tickets Thia Is the fourth safe blown open in this county in the past Jen and over in cash has been carried away Terribly Fatal Family Bow VIKCEXKES Ind Sept be tween the Blevins and Hear families oc cnrred at Sandborn Thursday morning Knives clubs corncutters and revolver used Rufus Sieving was shot and Instantly killed Three others were fa tally injured Hoosler News William King born in Lancaster Pa 100 years ago celebrated his centennial Crawfordsville Wednesday The total number of his descendants is ninetytwo of whom sixtytwo are living George E Myers a young attorney and Misa Flora Lillard daughter of L C Lil lard were married at Marion Wednesday morning Frank Stone of South Wabaah haa been sentenced to two years imprison ment in the penitentiary or aaaaolting his stepdaughter Stohii denied tha but tho evidence against aim concla alve supreme court denied in the PaellaWorrell caai to decide which of men Segal chief oil the bnreanofatatUtica Tmaily luDHon acrw of the land ot theUrutedSUtwaieheldbyfareigMam DUNLAPS J The Tailor 3O8 BHOi OWAY Between 5th and Sts A BBREViATEDrTEUEGRAMS The total Hepublicati plurality In s Governor Fifer of Illinois has taken the tump for a week Tl e Uiiily Times of LaCrosse Wls has i ndid publication J S Wool e of Texas a recent arrival in ThJciao is reported missing His wifu is eft dLsiiUuu The jold beniersof Boslon liave secured ii inurii of from 05 cents SI4 per puck of gold lnf The J t iaul has pnrchiised the Milwau eo ami ruu1 and issued 00 in linmK with to pay f it ThiKi is a culera scare tit S m tran ispur cvii v0 piiiviieiisiuiM lhat the inltMuic iliiy Iw brought there from apiu Tlio river und harbor bill has bean gned by huiii ii up nd president of the senate fin 1 now gots t he president SOCIAL ETIQUETTE Two men burned to dith arid two thers mlly injured during a are in a sta le on West rortytlrst stne New hursday mrruiug Nineteen borsea weje onsumed The hat of Abe Lyons a collector for a rockery flrm in Chicago aud a note of arewell to his friends were found on the ver bank Thursday He is Kupposed to ave committed suicide Some fool practical joker telephone to man named Nuraois at St Roches actory In Quebec Thursday thit the lat rs wife was deud Narnois started ome and dropped dead himself on the ay Mrs Adam VVuiohter who is a puzzle to physicians of Carbondale Pa has passed 170 days without food of any kind passing her lips Ishe has a career la fact throat and suffers excruciating pain at intervals John Faulds who escaped from the Kankakee Ills lunatic asylum two Weeks ago has obtained a writ of habeas irpus for his own release He claims to have been confined for eight years while perfectly sune A teamster was hauling a load of through the streets of Chicago when a second teamster drove up behind him and transferred half the load to his own wagon Teamster No 1 did not inow of Vie theft until he began to unload and Xo 2 is yet at liberty although his tity is known The Weather We Expect WASHIMOTON CITY Sept following are the weather I ndi ations for thirtysir hourj from 8 p m yesterdiy For Indiana and IlUi southerly winds shitting tocooltt northwesterly to high on Lake Mich igan colder Saturday For de cidedly cooler high south westerly winds For Lower MichianRain c oler hrlik to high Bouthvrly winds shifting to northwesterly cooler Saturday For Upper partly as snow cooler westerly winds high on the lakes For in south ern snow in northern portion colder erly winds brisk to high on the lakes Of the Women of Turkey CONSTANTINOPLE Aug women are very fond of flowers birda and music They understand the lan guage of flowers and read a bouquet aa we do love letters and often give and re ceive them in spite the most jealous eunuch for they are human after all The general livingroom or parlor la Cor all the wives slaves nurses and is fur nished with what is called oriental mag nificence which would hardly satisfy our American housekeepers A tiled or wood floor a large rug a divan and a few inlaid stools and a great fly specked mirror are the most it contains The walls are usually frescoed or done in gin gerbrea1 scroll work painted and gild ed but there are seldom any curtains to the kafass or latticed windows These blinds are thick aud strong and firmly morticed The diamond openings are about two by one inch and a half so that no one can see in Divans encircle the room leaving only room for doors A Turkish divan is anything but luxurious It is made of two thick straw mattresses laid one above the other with a layer of wool on the top one A coveiingTis made of chintz of the biggest and brightest colored flowers Two long and one short pillows are made and stuffed hard and tight with straw so that they will stand np at the back and these are also covered with chintz The embroidered pillows made by the women are strewn about The divaj3 are abort three feet wide to per mit of the women lounging back and they are about fifteen to eighteen inches high Slaves sit flat on the floor to wait upon their mistresses They have a code of signals by tapping the hands for a pipe twice for coffee etc and sel dom give orders in speech The divans are infested with bugs and the floors are always littered with nut shells candy fruit peels cigarette ends babies toys and almost priceless jewels all in one promiscuous heap Caaual at mn Do Not Involve Future Acquaintance Introductions which take place out ot doors as on the lawn tennis ground in the hunting field In the street or in any casual way are not to be taken us neces sarily formal unless a lady chooses so to consider them says Mrs John Sherwood who is authority on manners and social usages The same may be said of Intro ductions at a watering placewhere a group of ladies walking together meet other ladies or Rentlemon and join forces for a walk or drive Introductions are needful and should be made by the oldest lady of the party but are not to be considered as making an acquaintance necessary be tween the parties U neither should after ward wish It It is universally conceded now that this sort of casual introduction does not involve either lady n the network of a future ac quaintance nor need a lady recognize a gentleman if she does not choose to do so after a watering place introduction It is always however more polite to bow that civility hurte no one There arc says Mrs Sherwood many of an exclusive fear if they should know some other women outside of that set that they would imperil their social staidlng The result is that much ill feeling in engendered and people whom these old aristocrats call parvenus aro always having their feel ings hurt The fact remains that the bast bred and most truly aristocratic people do not find it necessary to hurt any ones feel ings An introduction never harms any body and u woman with the slightest tact can keep off a vulgar and pushing person without being rude It is to be feared that there are vulgar natures among thuse who aspire to be considered exclusive and that they are gratified If they can presumably increase their own importance by seeming exclusive inranertorezeeufemprone tor PralM 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