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   Logansport Pharos (Newspaper) - September 23, 1890, Logansport, Indiana                                LOGANSPOBT DAILY PHAROS 16TH YEAE TUESDAY EVENING SEPTEMBER 23 1890 NO Of all kinds STORE FULL Both upstairs and down Prices COME AND SEE US INSTALLMENT PLAN Stow Sold on Weekly and Monthly Payments Call at 419 Market Street FOSTER New Pension Law FOP All Soldiers Who are dependent upon their own doily labor for support For Soldiers and Sailors widows For Children under 10 years of ngi For children permanently helpless and for dependent parents Apply in person or by letter for infnr million blanks and instructions to GORDON Pension Agent Elliott IVlock Lognuaport In FURlMJTURE PRICES THE LOWEST Our Designs None but the Best Workmanship Allowed to Leave our Salesroom Material May Give Speaker Reed a Lot of Trouble TEE DEABIOOE IS VEBT SOLID 12thSt Drug Store NERVE AND BRAIN TREATMENT SfHclflc for Hvsterta IMninesa Neurnleia WAc Mental IXpressicm Softening of tho Uiaiu rv Miltliir iiuanilr ami leadiaff to misery ilcvav ant iltMlh OM Agv Loss of ho sai liivoJunfarv Losses cMtl Sperf alor been ft bv of lite brain vel e Kflih one month V treat In iili urdor for six will send to money U the treatment rails u freDUine said wnl j by Honest Work and women WE FlRNISH THE CAPITAL f you mean business drop us a card get some facts that will open vour ores A legitimate line of irooda and honest men wanted to Introduce them in town and country D nt wait Ad dress at once P O Boi M9 Cincinnati O RECEIVERS SALE By virtue of an ordeir and judgment of the circuit court made on the 1st day of Scp 18SO In the suit of Alexander H Shroverctal vs The Thompson Patent Fold log Baby Carriage Company et 1 will re ceive bids for tho private sale at the office or th said company on Toledo street In tha of Case county Indiana until the 2itb day of September 1SSO for the entire plant stock machinery and material uee5 in the manufacture of baby as well as the completed and unecimplotedbaby carriajres on band bids to be for not less than the value of the property and in case no bWs arc received I will under said otder sell at public auotkn on Thursday the SStto ber at lo oclock a m of said day atsaM companys said works all ot said prop erty for cash to the bidder said sale to bemade subject to the approval ot the Cass circuit court CHAKUSS S PECKHASI D C JngtJce ana M Winfield Attorns I or Day of Septem Narrow in tho Way of a Fogtti ble Canons Held to Con alder a 1lHn to Head Off tho Filibag Statement of an Illinois on Popula Porters Ottlclul Notes WASHINGTON Crrr Sept Ha publlcana of the house are still without a quorum and they are alarmed at the situation Thay tally realize now what they have only heretofore feared in a raguo the Democrats if they so determine can defeat the tariEE bill by the same tactics that are preventing the of Iwingston the colored would be member from Virginia Heroic meas ures will be used to get a quorum here at once ami if they do not succeed it will be necessary to resort to the undesirable task of arresting the Democrats who are in the city and at the Capitol dally but who leave tho housa when a rollcall la ordered for the purpose of breaking a Quorum Lively in Prospoot The speaker and his coadjutors dislike to resort to tliia means of forcing through legislation but are determined to do so if all other methods fall There are like ly to be some Ilvely times If the attempt la made to arrest the Democratic mem bers as many of them say they will not obey a summons of the sergeantatarms Of all the Republican are but four Hansbrougb Bro McCord and Sweeney who ars like ly to get hare the others being 111 or ab sent looking after ronomlnationa these four present the Republicans will lack Just one of a quorumIn the city but the Democrats will have to keep one man In the house to make the point of no quo rum so that If the Republicans can hold their forces together they should succeed AVhnt the Caucus JDecldod Cpon A caucus of Republican representatives was held immediately after adjournment yesterday and McKinley who moved the adjournment of the house said he had as surance that if the Republicans now in the city would be in their places there was every prospect chat enough new com mera would be on hand to complete the quorum Kerr offered a resolution direct ing the sergeantatarms to arrest matn bers not present in the house and jrlng tbem before the bar for fine and oeusure This proposition was not adopted 3Ut will be held in reserve The events o ast week have proved that although a member may be brought into theoousa he canwt be kept there Left It to n Committee Bayne of Pennsylvania suggested tha sergeantatarins kuep a list of absenl members and that their pay be stopped 3Ut it was thought that representatives wore not so mercenary as tp make thfy remedy effective At last Henderson Towa moved that the speaker MqKiiiley md Cannon be appointeda to levlxe some means under Oha rules by which a quorum could be gathered and cept In place and that the various resolu lons before the caucus be referred to the Lw committee The caucus adopted the uggeetlon and adjourned MIGHTY HARD TO BELIEVE Tho Story Told oy a Pension Curious WASHINGTON CITT The recent mblication of rulings by the secretary of he interior upon pension cases contains a remarkable tale toicl in the application or a pension by a claimant residing in Illnoin He made oatli that at the battle if Shlloh April 0 being on the kirmjsh line n canuon ball cut off the imb of a tree which fell upon his back rushing him to the ground While lying here H Confederate soldier rushed upon im and bayoneted him in the neck He ras sent homo and thero remained for en mouths when he rejoined his regi ment His Second Then in March before Jackson lss hfi was again on tlie skirmish line when n shell cut off the limb of a tree which fell upon him becring him to the round Once more a Confederate soldier ppearcd plunged a bayonet into his eck and retired Befoi8 a special ex miner sent out to Investigate this ptrnnge alfl the claimant stoutly adhered to his eclaration The assistant secretary in orsed this as an exSarordinary story nd ntax on humnn credulity especially a not an officer or cocnrada had ever eard of his being wounded at all the recant freghet In the Mi slppl river Authorized National Bank WASHWGTOX Crrr Sept comp troller of Che currency has authorized tha the Union National bank of Atlantic City N J to begin business with a cap ital of Silver Is a tower WASHISOTON Citr Sept direc tor of the mint yesterday pnrchased 250 000 ounces of silver bullion at itlfifl The total amount offered was 1305000 HIS HEEL ON THE PRESS Novel Carpet Zaid for the President to Wulk Upon CBESSON SPRINGS Sept press representatives here occupy cottage B since the close of the hotel and yes terday afternoon they entertained the president and family at the cottage in re turn for courtesies of a similar kind The cottage was profusely decorated with tropical plants golden rod ferns and other wild flowers and the door ways were draped with American flags A feature of tho decoration was the carpet ing of the board walk in front of the cot tage with newspapers from every section of the country Canicht Passing Lead Dollaia CHICAGO Sept Mater and Orlando O ORex have been manufactur ing and passing lead dollars ORex who lives at West Madison street passed several spurious coins on the cashier afc a restaurant on West Madiaon street Capt Porter of the United States secret service shadowed ORox and pounced upon him while he was manufacturing the coin ORexcon fessed that he had passed about of the spurious lituff and said his accomplice was Jacob Mater who was arrested a few hours ia ILIFE IN BIG TOWNS The Seamy Side of the Same Graphically Illustrated The Congressional Brief WASHINGTON CITY The senata yesterday after the transaction of some routine business resumed consideration of the bill to define and regulate the juris diction of the Unitad States courts The bill WHS discussed up to vrithiu a few mo menta of adjournment than went over without action A brief executive was held Plumb ottered a reso lution for the investigation of women and children iu factories and mills The house did nothing the Republican absenteeism enabling the Democratic fili busters to have their own way A new rule was offered and referred to the rules Ifc provides for s fina of on any member who absents himself after the cull of the house In order to avoM voting or being counted Some More Announced WASHINGTONCITV Sept 23 The cen us office has announced the population of the following cities anei towns with the Increase since 1830 Wisconsin Beloit increase Janesville lOflSi in crease 1613 Madison increase 3068 increase l43f Pon tiac 6 143 increase 1784 Port Huron IS 519 increase 463o Superintendent Porter Getting Well WASHINGTON CITY Sept Superin tendent Porter of the census bureau who has been seriously ill for tho post kwo weeks has improved greatly during the last few days It is expected that hiscon valescence will be tediousi and it will be aome time before he will bo able to re sume his official duties Immigration During August WASHINGTON CITY Sept During Angus past S73ST Immigrants came to the United States agsias 31418 in Au gust I8SS Germany during tha past month furnished 7579 England ant Wales 3338 Russia Ireland 8818 Sweden and Norway 3048 Italy 8897 and Poland lssa Queen Vics Toptofty Views MONTKKAL Sept is learned on good authority that the ease against Cor respondent OBrien for disseminating the false report of a fight in which Prince George took a hand a week or so ago will be discontinued and that the governor general has received instructions from thequeontosee that it is done It is said that her majesty disapproves pf pro ceedings taken against a snbjuct for a private ofllense against a member of the royal family holding that theJr dignity Is beyond peradventure and cannot be affected by a scurrilous story A Aligning Secret Society Alan BELLEVILLE 111 Bapt John S Pannier Ui missing aud charges that he is a defaulter in his accounts with various secret societies of which he was treasurer are openly made The alleged shortage estimated at He was treasurer ojr secretary of half a dozen secret societies Friday evening he told his wife it is said that he was short WOO to the Order of Treubund aud that lie was going to St Louis to raise the money and that if he failed she would never see him alive again The NitiniiHippl Constitution JACKSON Miss Sept consti tutioual convention yesterday morning took up the report of tha franchise committee aJ reported by the com mittee oj the whole and far as considered with very few moterTal changes Wifebeatin was strigken out of the franchise section as one of the dis qualifications Apportionment was taken up in the afternoon and passed by sec tions It places the number of represen tatives at J3S and senators at 45 No Work for ExStrikers NEW YORK Sept special to the Sun from Poughkeepsie N Y says The following to nil agents has been postec at every station on the New York Centra and Hudson Hiver railroad by order of act IDR VicePresident Webb On and after September 20 any promotions to be made on the road must be made from men now in the employ of the company If you need new men you may hire them but in nc case are you to employ any man who left the company August 8 Northwestern Negotiating for uNew Line CHICAGO Sept special from Mil waukee says it is reported that the North western people are negotiating for tho Milwaukee Lake Shore and Northern railway This road penetrates the lum ber and iron regions on the west and would give the Northwestern with its Omaha lino connections at Ashland a chance to cut into the new road of the St Paul company on both sides Mrs Nicholson Empress j LONDON Sept advices state hat the empress of Austria now travel ing in Europe incognito will shortly cross the Atlantic in the same fashion nnd visit CubaWhether she will ex hir visit to America is not stated Che empress traveled through England as Mrs Nicholson but frequently changes name An Opinion an to Adjournment CRESSOX SPRING Pa Sept re ly to Inquiries from the president tele jrams were received here yesterday from Senator Aldricb aud Representative Mc stating that in their opinion the tariff bill will be disposed erf this week and that congress will be ready to ad ourn about Oct 1 Two Trump Probably Killed BAKNESVILLE O Sept freight ars were badly wrecked oh tha Baltimore and Ohio railroad last evening three miles of here catued by n broken axle Two tramps are thought to have been killed Seiitenoud To Be Banged CHICAGO Sept William Pnrdy onvieted of the murder of Samuel Rein nger was refused a new trial by Judge Grinnell yesterday morning and sentenced o be hanged Oct 17 next He Knew the Combination ALLESTOWS Pa Sept Fijctb Ward hotel safe was robbed Sunday in cash and gold watches alued at J600 The thief knew the com ination of WASHIHOTOS Crrr Sept ExC6n iman Frank Morey of Louisiana died here yesterday of malarial on his QlaiiUtion in Louisiana Centra CHICAGO Sept 23 Illinois Central ompany has issued its annual report for tie year ended June 30 It shows groin ecoipts to have been 118453042 an in rease over the year previous of nearly 11 per cent or fl796405 The funds availa ble from every source reached a total of From this amount thecom pany paid out interest 81506996 rental permanent improvements and in dividends thus leaving surplus of The May Expect WvsHisorox Crrr Sept S3Toe following are the weather Indications for tMrtysijt hours from 8 p m yesterday For warmer weatlien variable winds For and weather in northe in soutitrn portions warmer DETBAVITY IS TEE QUAKES OUT Tonne Sfateheil for Prize A Desirable Neighborhood In Which to of Tfew Yorks the Garbage Campaign of Eviction Deadly Shooting Affray at An Ungnllant Reporter Shot PHILADELPHIA Sept 28 This city boasts a gang of little girls who indulge In prize fights The police first discov ered it througha complaint made a few days agci by Dr Backman of Seventh and Catharine streets that a gang of dis orderly boys and girls were in the habit of congregating in the rear of Kellys mar ket Catharine street between Seventh and Eighth Then followed the arrest of Rose Claxton aged 15 years of 506 Car penter street on a charge of breach of the peace After Rose was arrested she ad mitted that she and three other girls were to have had two separate prize fights Gathering or the Yonng The scenes on Sunday night Sept 14 near the market were more than usually uproarious and so were the next nights When tho officer appeared in the neighbor hood about 7 oclock he found the usual nondescript gathering in the rear of the market He waited for an hour and toe crowd grow rapidly In size It was more than twice its usual dimensions Dr Backman told him and judging from its expectancy something out of the ordin ary was about to take place The Special Order of the Evening The two prize fights were the special or der for the evening but they did not take place A soout belonging to the gang spread the news that a pop was linger ing In the neighborhood and the crowd thinned out The officer seeing that promptness WHS necessary if ha Intended taking one in made a rush for the vanishing crowd and had Just time to capture cine of girls It was learned afterward that the youthful rowdies of both sexen had arranged that Kate Con nor was to try and Knocked Out Clnra Marshall and the same sort of a contest was to take lace between Laura Joyce nnd Bessie Vlintzer The first of the fights was to taka place at 8 oclock There had been jaft blood between the girls forsometimej AJid nt the instigation of their male asso ciates they Bad determined UpOn this plan o settle their clifferenges Magistrate held Rosa Claxton in ttuU bail tp ceep the peace POLITICS IN ST LOUI3 armleai Scrap Between an Riossman anil B Worker BT Louis Sept John J ONeill who has the hottest fight of his lifti on his Bands iu the Eighth dia triot engaged in a goasyouplease fight on the street yesterday raorni ng with John B OMeaira a contractor and Democratic JeaderiD ONeillsdistrict ONeill tuat he was stuffed but of the regular nomination and a convention of his own nominated him OMeara denounced him severely in the regular convention an4 ONeill said he would give 4100 to charity if OMeaira would come within five feet of him and repeat his remarks A Chance for Charity They met yesterday morning and OMeara said is a chance for char ity He walked up to ONeill and re peated hte remarlui and the pair got to gether in short order Before much damage was done mutual friends pulled them apart OMeara says lie will whip DNeiJI tlie next time he meets him Yes terday ONeill had the Indues in his own ward arrested for ballotbox stuffing THE HOMELESS POOR Some Discoveries Mttde by the Sanitary Follce of Gotham NEW YORK Sept An inspection has just been made by the sanitary po lice of tlie dumps cm both rivers and the report has been filed with the board of health The police found ihe old abuse of turning the filthy recesses under the piles into living quarters blossoming at every dump Between the piles under the plank floor over which the ash carts are backed to the scows settlements of poor people were found Ths report was sent from the saoitary bureau to Street Cleaning Commissiener Beattie asking tarn to cooperate toward having the sani tary measures enforced and the poor colo nies scattered These people have no f and are fair examples of the suf fering and misery which the poor of New York are compelled to undergo PLENTY OF NATURAL GAS A Pennsylvania Froleaaor There Are Ooeaua of It Undiscovered PlTTSBUEO Sept Francis C Phillips of the Western university Allegheny has been experimenting on natural gas for about a year As a par tial result of his experiments he saysi Analysis of samples of from all of the country show that it origin ates at the same place or under similar conditions There is no doubt that it is stored product and gas struck in tho state of Indiana and at Frerionui X Y comes from the great limestone strata There is every probability therefore that underneath the reservoir now tapped in Pennsylvania lies another big supply which is certainly accessible Consider ing all things it is very likely that there is plenty of gas in the various strata THE INDIANA WIEE Death of Hon Wm Heilman which have the drill us yet been unexplored by A SUPERSENSITIVE YOUTH ElevenYear Old Victor Graiidr Quarrel With His llrotlier and Suicides ADRIAN Mich Sept sons of aged 11 and Frank somewhat into a boyish con Sunday afternoon in their fath ers house at Fairfteld Frank had been lick and was cross The quarrel termin ated by Victor Paying to Frank I dont hare to take every thing J He then proceeded to the barn Later In the afternoon the boys toother found that Vick had hanged himself with a ropct smaller than a clothes line It is not known how long he had been hanging before he was discovered She cut him down and carried him into the house where Dr Laverty vainly worked three hours trying to bring the little fellow back to life to A RAILWAY HORROR AVERTED Miscreants Plan to Ulow a Train with Uyunmite WINDSOR Ont Sjpt On Saturday afternoon a twoinoh dynamite cartridge WM found fastened to the Michigan Cen tral railroad track anif removed juss ten minutes before the North Shore limited train thundered past It had evidently been placed there with the full intention of wrecking the train An ax tiouof the oartridgeshowed it to con tain enough explosive to have blown whole train to atoms the Snores on the Diamond CHICAGO Sept Following are the base ball scores recorded yesterday League At 5 Bos tot 4 aud Sommers Nichols and Bennett At Cincinnati 5 Philadelphia 7 Whines and Keemin and Eaper Schrivep and Gleuaoii At U Brooklyn 1 battcniaaLuby and Anson Lovett and Clark At Yprfc 8 Piitaburg S and Decker Hqste and Clark Brotherhood At 8 Brooklyn 1 and Sut cliffe and Kinslow At Buffalo 9 Philadelphia ifi Dusen and Mack Kuril aul Milligan 8 New York 6 aud Quinu ODay and yiuRhn At 2 Boiton and Boyle Had bourne and Kelly Western At Kansas 8 Kansas City 9 at Paul 13 Denver 14 Slapped a Woman and Got Shot CHICAGO Sept M Hussey a live stock reporter employed on The Stock Yards Journal was shot through the hand at 2138 Michigan avenue Saturday night In a quarrel with his landlady Mrs Badger he struck her in the face and threw her to the floor Mrs 19 yearold son Bert pulled a sun and ftred thei bullet pulsing through Husseys aand Hussey refused to prosecute and Justica Bradwell yesterday dismissed the case They Are Tongh to Die CHICAGO Sept is reported that t is probable that both Connortoa and Haggerty who shot each other in a Clark itreet saloon Saturday night will lire Jonnortoia Is improving and Haggerty leclared Uii be almost out of danger by ils physicians At a late hour last night Hag gertya condition had changed for the worse snd the doctors thought his chauces for life very slim Another Shooting Affair at Chicago CHICAGO Sept Rickaer a man of rather notorious character was hot and probably fatally wonflHed by rotherinlaw a lawyer George R Kess er las eviening The two me u met on itate street near Peck court and a qa ar rel ensued during which Rickner was shot trough the stomach and thigh The cause of the shooting was a fatally qnar of longstanding She Scion Tired ol Wedded Life WiscAssirrr Me Sept Mary Alena Whitten of Westport aged 16 ears shot herself dead Sunday night he had been married three Fatal Collision at St Louis ST Louis Mo Sept p m yesterday a rear end collision occurred on the Wabash tracks near Forest Park just inside the city limits The Denver ex press ran into the local accommodation of the Colorado road which had stopped to pick up their switchman Chas W Heward engineer of the Denver express of St Louis was instantly killed T S Croslan his fireman badly hurt Fred Dasford PuUman conductor seriously hurt Joe Nelson newsboy badly injured Fourteen others were slightly injured mostly from St Louis John Bull Better LooU to His Armor AKSAPOL18 Md Sept morning the testing of plato armor for naval vessels took place at the naval prov ing grounds in the presence of Secretary Tracy Three shots from an eightinch gun were tired The shots were at the Creusot plate the nickel plate and the Cammell plate The two first are French and the last on English ships of war The nickel plate stood the test the best of the three The English plate was knocked into smithereens The Case Drove Him Crazy MOKTICELLO Ills Sept A J Pipber who has been engaged In defense of the floldena and Albert Dun ham charged with mnrder has over worked himself and his mind has become deranged Ha became so violent Sunday night that it took three men to hold him in bed He feeli that the great responsi bility of Dunhams hanging rests on his shoulders He was afraid to let Dunham testify as his evidence would have con victed old Mrs Holden at Evansville BATCH OPBOYBTTBOrLABSHIPPPED iu t fight with Natural Coa at Mentor That xles the Wealthy Farmer Fatally Torn by u Vicious nmph of an Indianapolis Itemo EVAXSYILLK Ind Sept gressman Heilman died at his home in this city at 6 oclock Monday morning It Is probable that no man in the city has done for his town that Mr Heilmau His health showed the first break in 1853 aud his physicians prescribed a trip to the old country On the voyage his arm was in jured and upon his arrival at Loane erysipelas set in He was treated by the most eminent physicians of Germany who informed him at the time that he was suffering from some malady which wou4 qne daj cause his death Sketch of Hit Career William Heilman was bom in Abig Germany in 1624 and came to America in 1841 la 1534 ho began business as a machinist and from a capital of J500 had amassed a fortune He was one of the wealthiest men in the state a prominent Republican who had represented the First district in congress two terms large manufHemrer aud during the last six years associated with Mr D J Mnokey in the management of Ihij Maokey system Of railways YOUNG Shelbyvillu Uoyn Tukeii in for Vari ous Acts oli liurglary SuELBYViLtE Ind Sept Sheriff Burke and Constables Hichey and Johnson arrested six boys Saturday who are charged with various robberies Petty thefts have been perpetrated for several mouths and all efforts to flud a clew to the robberies have hitherto been baffled Several freighc trains have been pillaged of tobacco cigars and the like ana the Big Four detective was detailed to the work of ferreting out the robbora Mr Grady has beun watching the mutter sev eral weiks Names of the Young Thieves Saturday moruiug early Charles Carter Noah Ester George Burns Bob Clark and Harluy Canton all young boys ware taken to jail They confessed to their robberies and several guns revolvers cigars and considerable tobacco were found in an old ion house up the river where the had been hiding their ill gotten gains They had burrowed under the brick partition wall to make an exit if any one should pass the place They had been sleeping there for some time Upon their story of their doings Joe Bos ton was also arrested on the charge of having aided them in their first robbery Will Go into Gas Themselves KOKOMO Ind Sept notice that ihe Kokomo Natural Gas company would advance its ratesfrom HO to HO per cent 6dtrbrfnrgbt together on last Fri day night a ruusimeetiug at which reso lutions were adopted protesting against the increase aud a committee of twenty five was appointed to drait the articles of incorporation for the formation of a cooperative company The court house was packed Monday night to hear the re port of the committee which recommend ed the formation of a consumers trunt company with a capital stock of 1100000 which can never be controlled by nou rebidents of Kokomo and which cannot be transferred except iu trust The plan was adopted and S2JOOO taken inside of fifteen minutes Mysterious Dineuae at Mentor MESTOB Ind Sept residents of this place are greatly excited over a mysterious disease which baffljs the physicians and is about to annihilate the family of George Davidson a popular citizen here Last Tuesday the 7 yearold daughter was taken ill and in eight hours died An hour later an Syearold son was attacked and died in eight hours Next day his only remaining children three iu number were attacked one after another and died All the physicians in the neighborhood admit that they never saw anything like it and do not know what it is nor how to treat it Got His Outfit on a Technicality IXDlAXAPuus Sept Howes den was raided some two mouths ago and the gambling outfit taken in charge by the police Howe was fined anu then in stituted replevin proceedings to recover bis property Monday Judge Walker de cided that he was entitled to a return of the outfit on the ground that when Howe was fined the judgment should have con tained an order for thedustructiou of the paraphernalia DONLAPS Hats AND STIFF and Winter Styles Tailor 3O8 BROADWAY Between 5th and 6th ngtantly by a Madison and Indianapolis faet train ABBREVIATED JTELEGRAMS The value of thu eleemosynary iustltn ions of Illinois is ODDS AMD ENDS here were patents ttrtmtod by he Jnited Slates patent office during the last Six female were received Into faculty of modicine in ParU in OMI One police court in New York 111 hours on Monday disposed of 130 C un average of a minute and a half no BfVafaerloiu Shootingof m Boy CMAB LAKE Wis Sept body f a 15yearold boy with a ballet hole in the back was found in the woods near Amery Sunday Died Rather Than Stand Trial SASTFORD Mo Sept 23 Cummings a wealthy retired manufac turer at Springyale committed suicide Monday morning by taking laudanum and strychnine Cummings was indicted by the grand jury last week for burnimg a barn at Shouleigh two weeks ago was arrested and put under bonds on Saturday left a letter denying the barn burning Went Over B Free pice to Dealth BLOOMSBURO Pa Sept A carriage in which were Patrick Counortpu and his daughter Mary aged 18 yeani went over a precipice near this place Sunday and plunged into a ravine seventy feel deep Both father and daughter were instantly killed Connortoas lirnbj were broken and his face battered beyond recognition and his daughter shared a similar fate The Worlds Site CHICAGO Sept 23 The national fair commissioners have at last got their hearts dasi re The South park commissioners yesterday offered them Washington park for the fair site and it will undoubtedly be accepted as as the formalities can be concluded This gives 1000 acres of improved ground for a site on the Train AVrecklng NEW YOBK Sept of the New York Central train wrecking cases yesterday Mr Depew said the people of this country do not realize the enormity of the crime trainwrecking but promptly repudiated the Idea of holding the K of L responsible for the crime on the Central Said he There fire some bad men in all organiza ions I know the 4 i Knights of Labor are not responsible for jirry in case of the victims of the Shos this work Referring to Master Work HXADtxG Pa Sept coroners I aakersviUe disaster last Friday rendered iu poruoua warmer nortaerlj j xnuaj xcuuvrcu winds besomitig variable For Mialilgan and Terdict Monday censuring the flagman warmer weather jotharly I of coal train who neglected to proper I ly rfgnal the freight train following Van Lee Depew said that no mmn was guilty of a charge until it is concloslTely proven against him and that it was too earij to say that pf Lee Cerebrated Emancipation TERKE HAUTE Ind Sept col ored people of Vigo county celebrated the anniversary of the issuing of the emanci pation proclamation with appropriate ex ercises Monday Five thousand colored people attended a picnic on the fair grounds The day wound up with a big ball at night to attend which colored people for miles around flocked to city Fatallv Hort While Gathering Satt SEYMOUR Ind Sept gather ing hickory nuts Josiah Cobbs aged 60 years a prominent and wealthy farmer fell from a tree a distance of thirtyfive feet and was fatally injured Has Cornered Applejack JEFFEBSOSTILLE Ind Sept entire apple brandy ontputof this stction amounting to 10000 gallons has been cornertd by Fred WO4erlicJi of New Albany He has advanced the price 75 cents a gallon Killed br a Ticioua Sow CoLVllCUS Ind Sept Kyle a wealthy famer of this county was at tacked Sunday by a vicious sow and the flesh torn from hi legs and arms When found he was unconscious and tan not live Hoosler Jiews Notes John aged 80 who lives in the southern jiart of Shelby county visited his son who keeps two bull dogs When near the house the dogs attacked him and he was so badly bitten that he cannot recover The suit on the old compromise debt bond issued by the state of Indiana has been decided in favor of Jean Baptiste nnd Mmriee du Clothesoiat of Yoik the interest on which t9 te000 morethan the principal former baing The Scotch furnnco meu have struck for higher wages The furnaces are beinj Olown out The wife of Stiiith Elliott of Watson township Mo elupvl with DU ISyeurok Son of Jordan Liid Mrs Elliott is years old The locomotive engineers at tho Chi cago slock yards strulk Monday because the Switching association relusi to dla charge I wo nonunion engineers Under the new ami lottery law the postal authorities at Washington City fcave excluded from the malls newspapers Containing lottery advertisements The Oakland bank a sinill private in stitution in Chicago cloned Us doors Mon day Liabilities are reported at and assets nominally about The Excelsior Oil works at Cleveland Ohio were burned Monday A quontity of oil was consumed Tho loss is esti mated at insurance Charles C Stephensou governor o Ne vada died at Carson City Sunday of ty phoid fever The state Is now without an executive the lieutenant governor har ing died a year ago Joe McAuliff and Frank Slavin the pugilists were arrested by the London police Monday and held in bonds on a charge of conspiracy to break the peace by prize fighting An excursion party which left New York Sunday morning on a visit to Fire island were kept out all night owing to the steimer sticking on a sand bank The party danced all night in order to keep warm Miss Catherine Trebby of Little Falls Minn is 410000 richer by reason of her husband running away with Miss Jane Brown who has a fat roll In bank The deserted wife thought her husband worth tlOQOO and sued got it President Harrison and family will leave Cresson Springs Pa for Washing ton City tomorrow In case the House is not ready for their reception they will be the guuatsof Postmaster Gen eral Wanamaker for a few days The late Dicn Boucicault actor and playwright was hurried at Woodlawn cemetery New York Monday The fu neral services vere held at the Little hurch Around the Episco pal Church ot the Transfiguration Miss Nellie D Wllloughby a lecturer on social purity and otherwfse prpminent at Luverne Minn is under arrest for laying Mrs Owen and Mrs Freeman ISO or burning the barn and thirteen of John A Cameron on the night of Jan 17 Reprieved n Matricide COLUMBUS Ohio Aug Jampbell yesterday reprieved rmtil NOT 4 Elmer Sbarkey the Preble county matricide condemned to dla Sept M Friendly Advice you consider it foolish of me if I decided to change my mind tfear fellow quite the re It would be amostadrisable step a take and you would be certain to be a gainer by the THK MARKETS CHICAGO Sept On tlie board of trade today quotation as follows 2 September 7Hc closed C8 c December opened HnOH losed tl92 Miiy opene1 clatei 2 September opened losed t8Wi October opened closed 8Hc May opeued closod 504c o 2 September opeuc1 cloerol October opened ckued Mar c closed tliie pened JP80 January opened May opened I1237X opened losed Live st following were th quota ions nt tlie Union stock ywrtU op ned slow and wak the buyers pries lower light louiti packtnK tnlled lot Heavy packing an i lots f405iil60 Produce sepantor fine gattiered cream IftJLSr fin9 to good Unions HnH dairies finest frws 1ft 176 So 1 Uiil4c fresh packing stocks candled lost off iric p r doz Live hens 8c per lb sprlEif chickens Static per Ib lots SSlOc per lb docki per lb 9c ib geese VCOSSJO p r dax Jersey rose t275i3Jl par ba consin ba choice 90s per ba Swe t potatoes Baltimore tl Tiai U per brl Jersey fciOJ aT per brL ApplesQlinols preen cooking fuuji5a per brl New York Nsw TOBK Sept a WheatNo 2 red winter cash rto October LOBJ4 do December SI 2 mixed csah do i ctober to November OaU and No 2 mixed cash 44ft do Octo er do November Barley Pock family meat Lard Quiet October SiUT asked Live Stock atekdr tor all grades at former prices poorest to Da Taxan and tiitt bulls and dry cows A memorial to Adam Svolta author ot The Wealth of Nations Is to reefed at Kirkaldy Scotland hU Archbishop Ken rick is the oldcct Catho lic prelate in the United States M and was consecrated in 1841 A small boy who was shown drop of water through a microscope said that ha knew now what made the singing tn tea kettle Frederick Md la tryiag to raise to build a monument over of Francis S Key in lit Olivet cemetery The population of St an increase during the census period of 31W per cent for Boston are 446507 an Increase of 83088 or 8360 per cent A Springfield O man ate the otlierdmy on a wager 207 clams six bunches of cel ery nnd two of crackers drinking several cups of coffee John Howeila son of the novelist chosen architecture his profession Young Howells is Harvard student Alexander Harriscns picture purchased by the JTrench government M ihe last salon is to be placed in the Lox cmbourg Harrison is from Philadelphia but he Is rightly recognised as a French painter All lords it appears sre not utterly use less lord Sudely for instance re cently came before the English public Buccessful manufacturer of jam Groom have pronounced his to be of a Terr nuperior quality and Lord Scdelys think his lordship has at last found UM true bent of his genius Give us oh give us the man who at his work Be his occupation what It may he any of those who fol low the same pursuit in silent imilfnnati Ho will do more in the sarno time he win do it better he will persevere Carlyle Archbishop Corrigan was born fn nrk N T where his father was proprietor f a popular hotel on Market street building stood there until quite reeuntlr iust below the First National bank In best business portion of the city when was displaced to make room for a number f buildings better adapted to then days A new invention In musical sa violin piano A caee containing violins two violas and two re sembles a pianoforte frame The Instm nents are connected by circular which are brought into fit rings by means of the jammers of which bear upon the baxU Mth varying pressure While prospecting for borax recently tn Salt Well Valley Cal Dr Wbodia found some petrified bones of an extinct animal rho ball part of the hip Joint 1s nearly Arge as the crown of a derby hat lorresponding bone of an ox Is about ilMi of a hens egg The size of the extinct mimal may be inferred from this com parison Other of the skeleton of he same animal were found Dr Broknw of St Louis ob that there U a claas of criminals hat may be termed moral ImNcUen hey have no idea of the right and wrong He f one of those who had been rom prison shot a man and when asked what he did it for said that fee would fart isiioonbe locked up as to be oat lien of hiii class are not of punishment Senator It built a new and handsome house on m site overlooking city of Atchison Kan to replace whach was burned some time ago Hte new home will be finely fnrnMied but cannot replace the library which lie lost la a CREAM Burnett at one tjnw and influential raddent of ColnmboL hogs to a tiiMdb M tke Dr lambs Bag vXirket dmllt   

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