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   Logansport Pharos (Newspaper) - September 24, 1890, Logansport, Indiana                                LOGANSPOBT DAILY PHAROS 16TH TEA JB WEDNESDAY EVENING SEPTEMBER 24 1890 NO JOHN JilHV JOHN JOHN GRAYS SKATS OKAYS OKAYS ON an CALL OF THE HOUSE Proceeding That Seems To Be a Barren Ideality A PLAIT TO MAKE IT EPPEOTTTB Intn New GooOs Latest Stylon and LOWCB 1rkca Production of the Intent mnnufactor ics iu the SUiUwt KlvgHill room easy Btalrwuy So Traflble ba Show Goods Come INSTALLMENT PLAN Stoves Sold on Weekly and Monthly Payments Call at 419 Market Street FOSTER BfllLEY New Pension Law POP All Soldiers Who are dependent upon iheir own daily labor for support For Soldiers nnd Bailors widows For Children under 18 years of agt For children permanently helpless and dependent parents Apply in person orby letter for infor million blanks nnd instructions to BDRDDN Pensslon Agent Elliott Block Lojjansport In FURNITURE PRICES THE LOWEST Our Designs None but the Bent Workmanship Allowed to Icave our Salesroom Material PHRL7ID 12thSt Drug Store NERVE AND BRAIN TREATMENT Spjcflc Fits turn of iht brain f g rv u i fi ili 11 pane h box With n oiler will scrnJ pun iuei itfiimi iiioiifj if the ituls u Honest Work and women WE FITBN1SH THE CAPITAL If you mean business drop us a and JTIM some that willopec vourevei A lejiltilnitollno of STKxIs and honest men wanted to introduce them in town and country D nt waitAd dresw at P O Jloi 649 Cincinnati O RECEIVERS iSALE virtue of an order and judinnent of the Cass circuit court made on the 1st day of Sep tember in the suit of Alexnneler K fhrover ct al vs Ihe Thompson Patent Fold ing Baby CsrTlajTB Company ft al I will re ceive bids for the private sale at the office of th 5 said cecipanv on Toledo Btreet in the city of Caw county Indiana until the itb day of September for the entire plant stock machinery end material used in thi manufacture of baby carriages as well as tne completed and uncompleted taby iarriajres on hand said bids to be for not less than the appraised value ol the property and In case no bids are received I will under said Older sell a public auctiun on Thursday the Day uT Septem at 10 oclock a m of said day at said companys said works all ot said prop erty tor tasb to the highest bidder said sale to nc made subject to the approval of the Cass circuit court CHASMES S PECKHASI JusUce Beceiver M Wiofleld sept for The KepabllcariH Finally Get a Quorum Into the Chamber and Unseat Two Bones of Contention with Bill gar uml Hlriding Twine Are Sticking View of Adjournment City WASIIISOTOS CITY Sept of New York introduced in the house yes terday a resolution amending Bale 15 by adding the following clmine Whenever on a vote of yeas and nays a quorum fails to appear on the record made under clttuwe three of this rule there shall be a call of tho house nnd the order for the yeaH and nays on tho pending question shall at the same time be operative The clerk shall call the roll and each mem ber as he HUHwors to his name voluntar ily appears or is brought before the house shall vote on the pending question If those voting on tha question and those who are present and fail Co vote shall to gether make a majority of the house the speaker shall declare that n quorum is constituted and the pending question shall be decided the majority ot those voting shall appear The resolution was referred to the committee oa rales What a Call Moans Now The piut week has shown what a call of the house amounts to as now used even if it had not been frequently shown for years But tho new Billy Mason tactics of being present at the call and absent at the vote makes its utter useiessness much plainer so far us obtaining a vote on any question is concerned if the party in power does not have a quorum present for any reason After the call has been made and a quorum of members shown to be in the city antl able to attend the ses all the filibuster have to do is to witfk out of the chamber and presto busi ness is tit a standstill In fact as it now stands the call is Himple waste of time might as well be abolished Hlsaeg for Tardy The proceedings yesterday wera decid edly interesting and a feature of them were the hisses greeted Millken of Maine ami Mudd of Maryland when they tardily appeared at a time when they were just needed to make a quorum Then Cheadle of Indiana went out and it took the united efforts of half a dozen of his Republican friends to get him back again He finally went back to inake a quorum and the Hepublicans were at last success ful but only because it was necessary for OFerrall Democrat to remain ia the hall to watch his partys interests All the actors in yesterdays evens were fairly good natured and calm Even OFerrall took his detent like a philoso pher and smiled when the final vote was taken that told him that the end of the battle had coma Prospects fur the Future Many Democratic members are adyo cutlng the policy of preventing the pass sago of the tariff bill by the same means employed to postpone the election cases The Republicans have a bare quorum of one anil a number of them are so tmx lous to get uviiy from Washington City that it seems almost impossible that they bo kept here except by forco The managers do not wish to resort to arrests but say they aro ruuly to do so if any bheir members desert their colors now It is probable hotvevKr that the Democrats will determine thattliey would not be justified iu filibustering against the tariff 3itl n measure in the preparation oJ which they have participated and that they will be content by registering their votes against it SUGAR INJTHE GOURD Tho Points of DiHuiirijeniciit ori tile Tariff Kiclc WASHINGTON CITV Sept con lerrees on the tariff bill did not meet yes ierday but thu Republican conferrees lold two protracted conferences The first continued through the moruiug and resulted in nothing Thi differences be tween the conferrees on the part of the louse and the senate have been narrowed down to tho sujcar schedule and binding iwine Just before tho second conference was heM one of the couferrees expressed he ppimion that a compromise would mve to be reached between tho senate nd tha house propositions on both of the llsputecl points A number of proposed ompromises on sugar were discussed luring the afternoon hut none of them was agnieablo to all of those present Seimtorti Agrree to a Protest A now complication arose later in the day The senators Erorn he northwestern states to tho number of ten met and agreed to a protest ugninst the proposition to put a duty on binding twine for the purpose of effecting a compromise with the house on sugar The statements ot the senators present at this conference as to the etect of it aro slisjhtly conflicting Some of them say that it was agreed that If the coiferrees reported in favor of put ting a duty ou binding vine the senators interested would vote against the confer ence report and refuse to allow the tariff bill to go through the senate while the objectionable feature remained in it Others say tliat the ten senators merely entered tin emphatic protest against the proposition Pikes Fouk or Bust The Republican couferrees weieinseii sion at a late hour lat night with the avowed determination of remaining to gether until sonio determination was reached The conference report will not be presented to the house to day It will probably take at least twentyfour hours to prepare it for submission to the house after it has been agreed to The general impression last night was that congress cannot adjourn before the latter part of Gov Hill and Speaker Talking Politics Reed DEM003ATS GATHEE AT3300KLYH comrnitlea Several unimportant meas ures wera taken from the calendar and K MT lrlmS K H ftl I passed and the court bill was further VJUHO W bateci without action bouse succeeded in getting a quo rum and the reports of the elections com mittee unseating Venable ot Virginia and Kiliott of South Carolina and seat ing in their places Langaton and Miller both were agreed to without dis cussion The conference report on the deficiency bill was discussed butnotdia posed of IorfeitinK Mormon Cliurch Property WASHINGTON CITY Sept a vote of 5 to 4 tne house committee on the ju dieiairy yesterday decided to mako a fa vorable report on the senate bill for the forfeiture of the property of the Mormon churcih The bill was introduced to carry out a decision of the supreme court of the United States delivered just before the adjournment of its last term Struck Against tho Lard Bill WASHINGTON CiTr Sept senate committee on agriculture and forestry was to have met yesterday morning to take up the Conger lard bill but the Dem ocratic members of the committee re mained away and as McMillan is sick the Republicans could not muster a quorum next week and that it will probably not get awaj belore Oct 8 Memorial Baildinjr WASHINGTON CITY Sept in troduced in the senate yesterday a joint tesolution That a memorial building which shall be a suitable monument to tho memory of the illustrious soldier the distinguished president the patriotic cit iisen U S Grant in which may be estab lished a military and naval museum and library a hall sufficiently larse for mili tary naval and civic conventions rooms for the accommodation of the Various as sociations of war veterans and the sons of veterans of the United States of America snd in the inner court of which may be placed the mortal remains of U S Grant and other distinguished Americans be erected ia the District ot Columbia Proceedings Sammarlxed WASHISQTOX CITY Sept the senate yijsterday the resolution to investi gate the treatment of women and children GOT IN THE WAY OF A TRAIN Two Vfen and a Woman Instantly Killed and Horribly Mangled POTOHKEEPSIE N Y Sept John W Lattin aged 78 years William Van dewater aged 42 years and the latters wife aged 40 all of Pleasant Valley this county were instantly killed yesterday on the Central New England and West ern railway track At the time the ace dent occurred they were seated in a two aeatei vehicle driven By Lattin Th wagon was struck by the Boston express which was half an hour late Lnttin wa throvm seventy feet and Vandewater an his wife were thrown still further A three were killed and the bodies horribly mangled The horse was killed and th wagon demolished Lattin leaves prop erty estimated to be worth Laughing with a Sore Heart NEW YORK Sept Slavin th funny man of the Howard Atherteum theater received a telegram from Baiti more Monday night just before tho per formance began at the Bijou theater tha his wife was dying at her home in tha city She had been ailing since last win ter Vfhen she suffered with the grip1 However Mr Slavin went on in his gro tesqme comedy act and rarely has been funnier He made the audience roar with laughter Immediately upon leav ing I he stage he broke into tears and hurriedly donning hia street clothes hurried away to take a train for Balti more Charley Foster Visits the President CRKSSON SPBINGS Pa Sapt Among the arrivals at this place yester day was exGovernor Foster of Oliio who spent several hours with President Harri son and Russell Harrison his son Gon Harrison and party left hero for the capi tal today at a m on a private car It was his desire to travel by the regular way but upon applying for tickets it was fonnd that every SBAt had been sold The private was attached to the regular train The president will reachthe capital about 8 p m today and will go direct to the White House Got All tha Site They Want CHICAGO Sept South park com missioners of Chicago yesterday voted to allow tho Worlds fair directors to use Washington park for the exposition in connection with Jackson park and the Lake front and the tender was accepted by the national commission Jackson park is about sight miles south of Lake park and a mile east of Washington park which is at the north end seven miles south of Lake park Millie Ia To Be Congratulated SAN FBAHCISCO Cal Sept Goldberg was shot aui fatally wounded Monday night by Millie Panhorst aged years The gitl was engaged to Gold berg The latter told Millie that his fam ily and religion prevented his marriage to her iu tha regular way but that he would marry her by contract When she refused he threatened to kill both the girl and himself and it Is believed these threats incited her to shoot him Denounced OHrlena Arrest CINCINNATI Sept Council of Seven of the American branch of the Irish National league is in session here Arrangements are to be made for the re ception of Messrs OBrien and Dillon President Fitzgerald being of the opinion that the arrest at these gentlemen will not prevent their proposed American tour Resolutions were adopted yester day denouncing the arrest of OBrien et al Asa Iow of Chicago Iead CHICAGO Sept Dow the veter an board of trade man died at his resi dence 511 West Adams street last night Ho celebrated his 67th birthday last Sun day and to the many wishes for many happy returns of the day he replied that the celebration was the last he should ever see He was born in Hopkinton N H in 1S2S Tile Irish Landlord Mast Go DDBLIN Sept Timothy Hesly speaking nt a League meeting in Dublin last night said that if any tenants sub mitted to the demands of the landlords they were traitors to their fellow country men He promised that he and his col leagues would continue the struggle for the extinction of landlordism in Ireland Hall Destroys Miohlgan Crops BADAx Mich Sopt of a storm in Huron county have just come to hand Hall fell to the depthof eight inches and literally wiped away the crops damage is estimated at KXI Many of the farmers are in a desti tute condition Xoc Hagfferiy Xead CHICAGO Sept Haggerty the gambler who was shot by James Connor ton in a street flight Saturday night in this city died yesterday at the Presbyte rian hospital Connorton continues to grow stronger and it looks like recovery in hi s cane Minister Phelpt Home NEW YORK Sept Hon Will iam Walter Phelps United minis t rr to Germany arrived on the steamed Elbe yesterday Phelps has returned for a vacation which will tend until after tile elections The Weather We Maj Expert rhe Occasion Being the Dedication of a Building to JelTernonlan Principle The Spcakttr Addreates the Pennsylva nia Republican In therana Have a Word to Say About the Bennett Party Plat forms Seem to Suit Notes BBOOKLYN N Y Sept Thom as Jefferson building the now home of the Kings County Democracy was dedi Dated yesterday afternoon The presiding officer Mayor Chapin made the opening address being followed by Governor Hill the orator of the day Governor Abbott of N J was present and brief speech Last evening Governor Hill held a reception in the building The big chiefs of the party had a banquet at the Hotel Clarendon The Governors Address Governor Hill delivered a longf address After quoting Jeffersons inaugural ad 3ress he dwelt at length on the issues of the earlier part of the century paying particular attention to Jeffersons re mark that referred to a well disciplined militia Having stated that Jefferson enunciated principles that would live for ever the governor stated at length the doctrine of state rights quoting Tilden in support of the position he assumed and then denounced the federal elections bilL Charges Against the Republicans The governor charged the Republicans with ousting Democrats from their seats in congress and in the state senate arbi trarily nnd declared that the Republican legislature had for six years steadily re fused to provide for a census Referring to financial matters he said that ia one congressional session a large surplus had been scattered and the government was face to face with a probable deficit at the end of the fiscal year The New York City Campaign Referring to Dsmocracy in the state the governor said While urging ths most extreme partisanship on the part of the federal administration and seeking the removal of every Democratic official no matter how small his office the Re publican leaders of New York city aided by the Republican pressare coolly request ing the Democrats to unite with them in a nonpartisan ticket at the coining elec tion to secure a nonpartisan govern ment for the great Democratic city of New York Their interest in nouparti smship at this juncture is truly touch ing Whoever heard of their endeavoring to secure anonpartisan administration of public affairs in a Republican city The governors address was received with great applause Letters were read from exPresident Cleveland and Senator Carlisle THE WISCONSIN LUTHERANS They Declare That Both Parties Have Satisfied Them MILWAUKEE Sept politician who have been pinning their hopes and ambitions to an allegation that the Lu therans of Wisconsin and particularly ol Milwaukee wonld be solid in their opposi tion to the Bennett law and vote to a man against the candidates of the Republican party were somewhat staggered lost night to learn that at a recent meeting of mem bers of the several Lutheran congrega tions ot this city a vigorous protest was made against dragging the church into politics What They Resolved Upon At this meeting a series of resolutions was passed the pith of which is as fol lows We assert that the burning ques tion o E the day the Bennett or compul sory education law is settled so far as the interests of our church and school are concerned by the fact of one party having declared for its total repeal and the other for the excision of the features obnoxious to us The Bennett law contains features which we can all conscientiously support Let us demand an excision ol tha obnoxious features only We hare by the promises of both parties obtained recognition of our demands and the rights ot churches and schools and we therefore deem a further political agita tion on our part not only imprudent but also absolutely unjustifiable and harm ful SPEAKER REED TALKS lie Comments on the Recent Doings in the Bouse PHILADELPHIA Sept a mass meeting last evening under the auspices of the Republican league Speaker Reed made aiipeech in which he said Until very recently I hadfeared that I would not be able to be with you tonight The wicked have been very rampant for the last few daysand I did not know but that It would be necessary for me to stay with without them But all that is happily over and I feel more responsive to your greetings tonight than I would have this morning Reminded of Old Times But the Republican party was born fighting Its very best history was made on the as well as mili tary It is of the very essence of its exist ence that it should do battle It has never been necessary for the Democrats to do anything LeughWi We have just come from a scene which reminded men who were in Washington in the early days of the Republican party of the scenes which took place there at the be ginning of the war On the Democratic side of the house during the past week we have been treated to empty benches the Democrats have not been visible WASHIXOTOX CITY Sept following artj the weather indications for thirtysix hours from S p m yesterday For Iowa aod warmer weather northerly wind bwomin variable For In iana and waatiec stationary tempera ture northerly winds becoming vwiable fat Lower cooler weather north erly For Upper Fair warm In mills and factories was referred to tf01Teather winds becoming varia Republican Ei I olet I w C London Repnbln A Great Demoeratic3feetlng KEOKDK Ia Sept grandest Democratic rally ever held in Iowa will take place here Saturday Oct 4 Tbe meet ing will be hold in Eand park the prettt est in the state The principal speakers be exGovernor Palmer of Illinois Sovernor Boies of Iowa and exgovernor Gray ot Indiana In addition to the above it is also expected that the Demo iratie congressional candidates from the first Iowa First iTissouti and Eleventh districts will be present and ad dress people of their respective dis tricts who are to be present DanlKa Defeated for Renomlnatlon BOSTON Sept M Fox ot lambridige was nominated for congress r the Republicanm of the Fifth district 1st evening on the sixteenth ballot Gen Banks was a competi aor for the nomina but failed by same thirty rotas Cjongrenlonal Among the nominations for congress made yesterday were the following Mel bourne H Ford Democrat Fifth Michi gan district Ninth Missouri Thomas G Elventh Ohio D ican Sixth Wis consin u M Miller Democrat rTlrst IV braska W J Connell Republican re nominated Fifth Minnesota Alonzo J Whiteman Democrat DEPENDS ON THE CAUSE HerrKoit Gives Some on Train Wrecking YORK Sept 24 reporter askisd Herr Moat Monday if he favored th wrecking of trains as a means of winnin strikes He replied as follows The cause for wrecking the Centra train was too small If some importan railroad official had been on it I woul not be sorry but there is no excaw In th world for placing the lives of innocent people in jeopardy The men who did 1 were scoundrels and they should be pun islied So should the men who have take break out of the mouths of 2000 mi rood employes Doenut Relieve In IUHVJ I do not believe in law as it a farce If a man is murdered the state hanga th man who caused his death Thus tw murders are committed the seconi killing does not help the man who w titled first The men who did the train wrecking are both scoundrels and traitors and merit the condemnation of aiL The railroad corporations would no worry about the loss of life half so much as for tho cars that would be smashed CONFLAGRATION AT COLON TkireeKonrtbi of the City In and Plunderers Fired Upon OolbOif Sept of the city is in ruins The flre began at mid nijrht Monday and raged until late yester day morning all efiorts o check its mv ages being futile It finally died out tor lack of material to attack having reacliet tho portions of the city where buildings were too far apart to facilitate the spreac ot the flames The shipping at docks was saved Terrible scones of disorder marked ths progress of the conflagration Crowds of rioters and plunderers roamed the streets In dispersing these gangs the police fonnd it necessary to fire npon them and several persons were killed Loss Estimated at SU500IOO The flre was uncontrollable from the start and swept with wonderful rapid ity through the buildings in three direc tions including the quarter devoted to private residences Among the many public buildings destroyed are the post office and steamship agencies The guests in the hotels were panicstricken but all escaped No lives were lost It is be lieved that the origin of the dre was acci dental The Base Ball Xleeord CHICAGO Sept are the base ball scores made yesterday League At game Pittsburg 5 New York i and Djcker Sharott and Clark second giime Pitts burg 0 New York S and Decker Burkett and llurphy At 4 Philadelphia 3 and Keenan Gleason and Sch river Cievaland beat Boston 6 to 1 in an exhibition game at Dotroit No Brotherhood championship games Western At Kansas 1 Kansas City 3 at 7 Denver leclttrtil It ii Liuual IriSile PITTBUKG Sept the session of the German Jionjan Catholic c ingress a proposition made by Father Helbnian of Jhicnyo suggesting that Germ in popular suiiga and Ihe use ol G nnau singing iu devotional exercises be eucturag d lo a greater extentHroused a lively discussion It was cut shot by the ruling of the president thati mis sub ject was a muuer for tne individual churches to del ermine The SlavinlIciinllflV Fight LONDON Sspt 24 Iha magistrate be fore whom the SlavinMcAulllIe attempt ed prize fight was tried baa decided that the gloves 4ounce are unlawful and sporting circles are in despair However there is no intention of declaring the match off and it will take place some where but when or where nobody can say France and Belgium are both as bad as England for prize He Swliulleil Hi Creditors Cmco Cain Sept The sheriff yes terday attached the stock of furnishing goods in the American Cash store con ducted here by W M Early who has dis appeared Telegrams from creditors in New York Boston and Chicago indicate that the claims against amount to 140000 or while the stock in the store inventories at only about A Kingand Queen Worth Raving HOME Sept 24 A passenger train was derailed yesterday between Florence and Fiesole and five persons wore killed and twenty injured King Humbert and Queen Margherita oil learning ot the ac cident abandoned atj intended trip to the races and visited the injured doing all they could to alleviate the sufferings of the unfortunates Its a Question of Veracity LONDON Sept Birmingham Gazotte learns that AUermnn Man ton told Editor OBrien that ht had written Home Secretary Matthews that Chief Constable Farndale or Birmingham informed him Manton that the Irish police employed a confederate to plant dynamite on Daly Farnclale denies Mantous statement Order of American Mechanics BBIDGEPOBT Conn Sept na tional comoil of Ihe Order of American mechanics began the fortvfourth annual seirvice yesterday The reports submitted show that there are 489 councils in the country with a membership of 36015 a gain during last year of 6916 Thompson tiot His Gnn CARTHAGE Ills Sept a fight at Barmiide Monday Waller Thompson was badly thrashed by O C Simmons a hotel proprietor of Dallas City Thompson afterward got a gun and shot Simmons with chicken shot seriously wounding him Correspondent OBrien Arrested Again MOITBEAL Sept projecatioa in the of Correspondent OBrien has atnndloned the previous charge and has haid Ciririeu arrested on a new and more specific one Commercial Panic let ZJsbon L1B1JOS Sept commercial panic prevails Tbe leading banks are in a pre cariouis condition and a crisis is immi nent There Were 2o Shocks 2ot0MBiA S C Sept ports sent j from here that earthquakes shocks were felt here yesterday morning are un founded Another Arreat in Ireland 13UBLEJ Sept OBrien It P hiu been arrested THE 8TATE BUDGET Greenbackers and Farmers Nominate a Ticket A NEWPABTY POB PUBLIC FAVOB Kamet or the aad Sjnopnli the Mooting of to Prepare for a Legislal at Home of Hon John C to Do with Pol Feeailar Pair vf Trlns ISDIASAPOLIS Sept Representa tives of the old Greenbiick and Onion Labor parties and of VMI Farmers Alli ance assembled in stau convention here Tuesday adopted a new name and put forth a state ticket and a platform of principles The convention was the larg est that any third party has gotten to gether in this state for years and there was considerable enthusiasm evidenced in the different stages of the proceedings The nrst question was the adoption of a name and after much discussion it was decided to call the new orjjatiisatioa The Peoples Party The Platform Adopted The committee on resolutions reported a platform which elicited a spirited dis cussion but the report wais Snally adopt ed substantially as reported It favors a per diem service pension law the passage of the prisoners of war pension bill the issuing of a full tender paper money the repeal of the permitting the people to vote tax in aid ol railroads and such a change iu the law that no proper ty shall be exempt from execution when the debt ii tor wages or hiire It demands the abolition of uationd1 banks and the issuing of sufficient paper money to meet the demands of trade wants free and un limited silver andprotesls against alien ownership of land The Ticket Nominated Several candidates wer announced for each position on the state ticket but the nominations were all made without fric tion and by such a decided vote as to show that the choice was nearly unanimous Leroy Templeton who heads the list for secretary of state is a farmer and has been very active as an Alliance member The new party will open headquarters in bhis city and promises to proseoute an ac tive campaign Following is the ticket in full Secretary of state Leroy Tsmpeton auditor J M Johnson treasurer Isaiah Miller attorney general William Patter son clerk of supreme court B F Street superintendent of pnMic instruction W Whitins state E S Pope statistician J W S ickley judge otsu preme court John Bender THE LABOR ORGANIZATIONS A Movement to Secure Brazil Mlnois INDIANAPOLIS Sept siixtli an nual meetiug of the Indiana federation of trades and labor unions is ia session here Tbe principal object of this meeting is to take steps to secure the combined influ ence of organized labor throughout the state for the enactment ol legislation ta vorable to the working masses State Secretary Hunnegan presented his annu al report He recommended thut an ini tiation fee of be charged with a per capita tax of 6 cents a year on local sub ordinate organizations and 18 cents on central delegate bodies payable semian nually Resolutions were adopted in dorsing the single tax idea John C New at Home INDIANAPOLIS Sept Hon John C New consul general lit London bos arrived home and will remain here a couple of months He laughed heartiy when shown a number of clippings from newspapers about his coming Politics lias nothing whatever to do with my re turn he and the only political work I expect to do is to go to the polls J vote if I remain here that long 1 have simply come over to take a look at my business interests and take care of a few private matters that required my per sonal DUNLAPS STIFF AND SILK and Winter Stylos J The Tailor 3O8 BROADWAY Between 5th and Sta ABBREVIATED TELEGRAMS Thetown of Coloa on the Isthmus of Panama has beeu almost destroyed flre Mrs John A wilK beiin the licatinn of her memoirs ia her magazine Oct I Brilliant Colon In the A breakfast and musicals recently given in a suburban toxvn ere a model of artistic ingenuity A special flower decked car conveyed the gueets to and from tho city Over the great entrance I gates arches flowers were erected and ThoHchmrirr Eiza which left Chiiago the guests pleasantly received on Aug 3 f r Milwaukee has n it since bien the lawn where small tables each placed Hon I S tt PX of con gross fro i ilicliiic ia iiiitrfot is ser il o HCUI tfir ii i Checks in drawn on Middlesbrough lirn i havu bven stolen bile i i trm ir from Sherman Liiics ind David two bus ness itiKti iif Ottiwa O shot such other to deHth Tuesday in a striet light A ite Co lumbermen at Ash aud Wi ure financially cmbarrassed The Illock Coal Blinen BRAZIL Ind Sept have Men rumors of a strike among tlie miners of block coal in this district It ia with out form an yet except that the miners appointed a cominintee to make n demand or 10 cents more a ton for mining The committee made the demand but no meeting lias bean called to hear the re sult and the prospect Is that nothing more wili be done in the matter as the men are now getting 75 ceula a ton and stHnt employment A IluggMtown ftlotSiera Twins SHELBIVILLK Ind Sept boys oined tojret her wre born to Mr and Mrs xn Weaver of Boggstown thisi county Tuesday but died iu a few minutes The children were joined together from the top uf the breabt bone to the bottom of he Btomach the connection almost is thick as the body There WES but one breast bone The State Fair Opened INDIANAPuLis Sept state fair which opened Tutsdaypromlaes to beone successful exhibitions ever the auspices of the state of the most tiven under board of agriculture The exhibits an rger than at any previous time and here is also a larger and better show oi Ive stock Lighted a Leak In the Main LEBANON Ind Sept Leap nd an unknown man ignited a leak in one of the mains that connect the gas veils north ot the city An explosion fol owed and was fatally injured The ither man was also terribly burned Burglara Svnt to the Pen MARTIXBVILLE Ind Sept the case of the state against Fred A Caills and James Douglass on charges of bur glary and larceny bcth confessed and re ceived two and three years respectively In state prison lioosler Neirs Notes Jesse Ranching brother of Colnmbns and a member of his gang of counterfeiters ba been arrested at pln Pike county by secret service offl A Cleveland O syndicate has con iuded the purchase of the horse railroad system at Evamvllle for Lawrence Fnesy a book canvasser died In the county jaH at Frankfort He was stranger in the town and but little nown of liim P Honser of Xenia publicly whipped O Frain a Justice of the pnace for in salting wife Both parties prominent and wellknown people Robert Gilbert a brakeman on the Chl wo and Erie road was latall tlnped with an ISyearold girl named I Monterey while switching can Trock This is his second John Jt Snoddy a prominent Dhvalciau in Uiiij line bis wife havtog condoned a I of Martinsrflle dropped dead ii Indian Kllgeo a wealthy farmer of West and their prnpmty seizd A uvegHllon oilcari wai waihed ashore at Alamwlu Cul Monday packed with fragments of H human that of a man Two roan agents hold up a street oar in the outskirts of Chicago Monday night and robbed a passenger of 35 and gold watch A fire at the Slamlard Oil companys works at Civen Point N J morning destroyed nine tanks of oil val ued at 000 The third annual convention of the Pennsylvania Republican league met at Philadelphia Tuesday with 1000 dele gates representing 3a5 clubs in attend ance Disastrous floods have occurred along river Rhone in France Atone place the waters undunrdued a cemetery and Rent a number of coffins down the river A counterfeit tti silver certificate is in circulation It may be detected by tbi fact in the vignette of Gen Han cock the mustache curls upward Instead of drooping Professor Buhler a New York musical artist is possessed of the peculiar fad of having his summer home at Stock bridge Mass full of harmless BDakes which he keeps in Daniel Berry a Henderson Ky car penter advertised in Chicago for a wife He got one She lived with him three diys bamboozled Mu out of and then skipped Now he wants a divorce Tbe comptroller of the currency has aulhorizod the Marine National bank of Dulutl Minn to begin business with a capital of and the First National bauk of Girardvillv Pa capital They Wanted Cooper on Hand COLHMBUS Tnd Sept At the meet ing of the Democratic senatorial commit tee held Saturday it was decided to notify Congressman Georgo W Cooper that it would be to the interest of the Democratic party and himself that he at once come home and commence a vigorous canvass In obedience Co the call the congressman has arrived in the ciiy Mayor Dunbar hiH competitor will make a suoug race Spanish Chestnut The beauty of this tree its quick growth and the unusually fine and salable fruit nuts produced make it very desirable for profitable planting Its wood can be used wherever the other or common American chestnut can but its most attractive qual ity to the planter is the nut side of the question The nuts are of unusually large size and very handsome in appearance and when the common chestnut brings but J150 to per bushel we have known these to be eagerly sought for at and t3 per bushel In point of quality however it is very inferior to the nuts gathered in the woods being but little better in our esteem than a borsechestnut Its size and appearance sells it at big figures however and it will consequently pay to grow it In a few yeftrs it makes a very handsome tree with large and com pact head and when it comes into bear ing which it will do in from five to eight years it is unusually attractive A plan tation of some 6ve acres which had at tained the age of 12 years attracted uni versal attention it being located on a main road some fifteen miles above Philadelphia The return each year from the when the boys in the neighborhood did not quietly harvest the very satis factory indeed the aforementioned boys causing violent fluctuations In the grow ers income These trees should be planted about twentyfive feet apart each way and If planted on a gentle slope will soon add to the beauty and value of a delphia Ledger Senator Xightshlrt Senator Tabor of Colorado was re tired by the people of his state because he wove a Insurious nightshirt bat that says a Washington letter wiU not be the fute of Senator Cnllom of Illinois By accident I lonce saw Senator Culloms nightrobe 1 had called him out of bed to make an inquiry of him and he cauie downstairs with a can dle in his hand and I saw that his night shirt was home made the material be ingcommon sheeting 01 tome coarse cloth like that The garment was tied together in front with huge strings rot out of the material of which tho body was composed and I thought as I looked on a rug and shaded by a Urge Japanese umbrella were scattered about with groups of willow chairsand coaches Thero was a daisy table with a pale blue linen cover and iu the center a larg3 white bowl containing bouqneto of daisies tied with pale bine ribbons The pale blue umbrella had white chrys anthemum decorations A pink and white table had a white cover a white cldna bowl filled pink peonies and a single peony at each plate The pink lined white umbrella was surmounted by a huge pink bow The red table had cloth glass chiia flowers and umbrella all in richest red and was a magnificent bit of coloring on the green lawn None but simple gar den and wild flowers were used and the effect was as charming as unique Breakfast was served at noon and the musical entertainment in the afternoon was followed by an hour of dancing the guests returning to the city at fl York Ledger Thar It Spelled A farmers man brought the village doctor a note the other day and with Bomedifflculty Medicus spelt out FleaM send mo a bottle of fizzle Hellol exclaimed the doctor jic doesnt spell physic Dont it answered the rustic what do it spell thenr The doctor gave it THE MARKETS CIIICAOCJ On the board of trade today quotation e 2 September closed 08e December opened closed May opened flODH I LOS 2 September opened closed October opened 49fo May opened SOJgc closed MMc Ko 2 September opened closed aHfe October opened and closed May opened and cloned opened and closed i950 January opened cloned tlLSTH May opened Ujna closed f 1215 opened Mini closed Live following wre aaqte at the Union stock yardx opened active good 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