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Logansport Pharos (Newspaper) - September 26, 1890, Logansport, Indiana 16TH YEAR LOGANSPORT DAILY PHAROS FRIDAY EVENING SEPTEMBER 1890 NO JOHN OliAVS JOHN GRAY3 JOHN GKAY8 JOHN H1AV3 ON an If run New Grxxln Latest Stylos and LowtHt Iricos PrxluctloriH of the nmnufuclor iea In tho Lnftod Smtcfj Klctfuntly lighted room easy Ho Trouble fco Show Goods Came THAT TARIFF BILL Another Day Spent in Agreeing on Sugar THE TRUST MADE A HAED TIGHT VCSKMKSiTM OIEKAHOUSE LJ WM DOfAN MANACJEK OSB NIGHT ONLY MONDAY SEPT 29 Tho acknowledged Minstrel Coin puny tf A ruorica mis Modern Minstrels All New Features The Grand OM Sullivan Part Offtiwat Yokokomti Troupe of jflinstrel Including Hurt Shojmrd New York imd PhilmUlphiis Favorite Comedian Lew Hawk ing Kilcitc John T Koogiin 13 M Kayne Street ptirudo Monday about 1 oclock Scale of 33c Panjuet 5Qc Circle 75c Seats on stitcat KeeaUnjfs INSTALLMENT PLAN Stoves Sola on Weekly and Monthly Payments Call at 419 Market Street FOSTER BAILEY Now reunion Law For All Soldiers Who are dependent upon their own diily labor for support For Soldiers find Sailors widows For Children under 16 ycnrs of age For children permanently helpless and for dependent parents Apply in person or by letter for infor million blanks and instructions to jft GORDON Pension Agent Flliott Block Logtinsport Iu FURNITURE PBJCES THE LOWEST OUP Designs Xoue but the Best Workmanship Allowed to Leave our Salesroom Material RHRLZI1TS 12thSt Drug Store DR W D SNOW Special Attention Given to Chronic Diseases and Diseases of Women and Children ELECT JCAL TREATMENT Consultation Free Office 222 Fourth street np atalrsi Logtinsport Indiana A Wrangle Over a Difference of Two MllUpur It Is 3ad to Hive liecn New York jLan on a Second Term for leged Crookedness of the Houxe Post ttnys Work in Conyreus WASCIXGTOX CITY Sept The report that the tariff couferree4 had agreed Wednesday was a little previous it seems bub they were lasfc night again re ported to hav5 practically agreed and in deed thoho responsible for Wednesday nlghla nport sny they were agreed as stated out that a fight was opened yesterday morning agninst tho schedulfl which caused delay According to the report last night sugar IB to be free up to No Dutch standard with a tariff of X a cent a pound above 10 bounty of 2cuuts a pound on domestic sugar above 90 polariscopu test and a bounty of cents on sugar between 80 and Bind ing twino Is to ba taxed probably at of a cent or possibly 09 and California whisky made out of sveefc wine and fmit brandy In to be free Efforts of the Sugfu frunt Theconference had reached an agree ment Wednesday night as stated above but the late trains brought upon the scene a horde of millionaire lobbyists from New York and Philadelphia and the question was reopened Nothing like bhe eftort which has been made to save the augar trust has been seen here In many years All day yesterday the fight was waged for at least Ofi cent per pound daty on foreign sugar Learning finally that the dividing line of No 18 must stand the trusts agents turned their attention to the tariff on grades above 10 Their Hrst plan was to trade with tho free sugar men and by coticeding fret below 16 get in return an increase of cent a pound or so above that grade But they were promptly blocked in this by the de cision of the western members oE the house A lilffeience of Two Mills The struggle finally narrowed down to contest between 04 cent on sugar above 16 as in the house bill and 06 as amend ed by the senate During the afternoon Hlscock and Aldrich went over to the honsc and iuformo1 Payson Cannon iind Gear that the ultimatum of the senate was 08 cent The trio of representatives promptly replied that the hauso would never agree to 06 and that 04 was their ultimatum On this difference the states men disputed for two or three hours the conferrces finally agreeing that the best way out of the difficulty was to split the difference and make the rate 5 mills This compromise rate will be accepted by the house ami probably by the eenate The IJliullUK Twine Duty Binding twine was practically settled Wednesday but was reopened yesterday during thu contest over sugar The com promise mto of three quarters of a cent per pound will probably bo reported by tho conferrees and this the free twine men of the house are willing to accept in view of their victory on sugar The nine free twine senators from the western and northwestern states are still declar ing that they will net support taxed twino and arcbeing dubbed the nine highbinders by their colleagues but the chances ure that when it comes to the point of voting for taxed twine or de feating tho bill they will take their medi cine TWO TERMS FOR HARRISON A Now York Republican Snya KcumnSnn tion Is Certuln WASHINGTON ClTVHSept man James Sherman of New York Is tho first public man oufside of tho state Indiana to rally under the Harrison pres dontial standard fnr 1802 In the course of a brief chat with Sherman he gave it as his judgment that not only would the president receive a ronomination two years heneebut that it would come to him with practical unanimity Why do I reach that conclusion said Sherman iu reply to a question Ill tell you First It is becunse Gen Harrison has made an excellent chief magistrate second wo must stand upon onr record How can ivo consistently do this and eliminate the one man who has been so great a factor in that record The Presidents JVIshos Does President Harrison desire a re nomination I cannot say I should suppose that ho did There certainly is no improprie ty in doing so Gen Harrison is a shrewd politician He is thoroughly in line with tho sentiment of the Republican party They ore plfased with his position on the elections bill They are especially pleased with his appointees who have been al most without exception men of character and ability Sherman also believes that Evarts will be returned to the senate next winter should he desire a reelection Gobbled for Advertising Lotteries WASHIXGTOX CITV Sept Postoffice Inspector Rathbone hag re ceived telegraphic notices of the arrest of the proprietors of Tho Montgomery Ala Advertiser ami The AgeHuratd and Evening News at Birmingham Ala for violation of the lottery law in publishing and mniing lottery advertisements THE CHARGES AGAINST WHEAT How the House IottuiHiter la Alleged to Have Srtwecl WASHIXOTON CITV Sept of Tennessee got after Postmaster Wheat of the house yesterday with a sharp stick and tho result of the movement was to start nn investigation on foot that may cause other hearts toache Enloes charges in brief are that Wheat let contracts for carryiug the mails to Samuel Culbertson for Sf000 and at the same time made a soft thing for himself by requiring Cul bertson to pay him J130 per month out of the contract Hopkins of Illinois pro posed to extend the inquiry to the post masters of the Fortyninth and Fiftieth congresses saying that their affairs were 90 interlaced that one could not bo inves tigated wii hout the other struble of Iowa suggested that Silcott was also Interlaced Enloe had no ob jection to extension of the inquiry and Eouk oil Tennessee said that if a Repub lican had been stealing let him be ex i poised ani ptiaished Then Heard of I Missouri wanted the inquiry extended to j ail previous congresses but this was a j little too much for Hopkins who slsut oft the business of extension by demanding i the previous question His amendment was adopted and the inquiry intrusted to the comialttea on accounts Chinese endure change climate better than any other race DID A LIVELYBUSINESS Congress Disposes of a Number of of More or Leas Interest WAflfirxOTOSf ClTT Sept sea ate yesterday passed house bill to es tablish a port of delivery at Peoria Ills senate resolutions extending for one year the time for payment on land claims in cases of crop failure senate bill requiring the United States to defend homestead titles where land ifi claimed to be mineral because cf phosphate deposits and other measures The land court bill was dis cussed further without action The house discussed and agreed to the conference report on the land grant for feiture bill as well as the conference re ports on the bills authorizing the entry of lauds by cities and towns for cemetery pur poses grunting a pension to Mrs Hart ranft and to relieve the settlers on North ern Pacific railway indemnity lands A resolution to investigate charges of specu lation in office made against tlia postmas ter of the house was agreed to The bill defining the duty of the sergeantatarnis of the house was passed also the bill ap propriating to enable the secre tary of the navy to purchase nickel ore or matte for nickel steel armor and some minor measures Tho Lottery and the Malls WASHINGTON CITY Sept Tyner the assistant attorney general for the postoffice is engaged in preparing in structions to postmasters in regard to the enforcement of the new antilottery law A number of questions have arisen in re gard to the construction of this law es pecially as to the right to mai1 newspa pers containing lottery advertisements printed prior to the passage of the law also Whether a Canadian newspaper con taining lottery advertisements can be de livered in this country through the mails Judge Tyner will answer both of these conundrums in the negative ATTEMPT TO ASSASSINATE DIAZ A Volley of Bullets Fired at the Presi dent of Alexlco NEW ORLEANS Sept San Anto nio dispatch to The Times says that a prominent railway official just ar rived from Mexico relates a story of an attempt on the life of President Diaz During the recent festivities the president stepped out on the piazza of his residence with his personal staff to witness the dis play of fireworks and listen to the music It was at an early hour in the the crowds around the palace were dense As Diaz appeared a volley of musketry was heard above the din of music cheers and yells and bits of brick and timber flew around his head Forty Men In the Plot Diaz hastily retreated followed by his staff Three bullets whizzed past his head Forty men are known to have been coneerned in the plot and fifteen of them are in jail The others have fled but the militia are tracking them The news of the deed has been suppressed by the gov ernment officials The attempt is ascribed to the presidents recent leaning toward the clerical party GOV HILL ON CHAUNCEY lleumrkti Addressed to the Fuimers at n County Fair LocKPorT N Y Sept Hill addressed the farmers at the county fair here 3esterday and in the course of his speech styled Chauncey M Dopew tha three Ka reciprocity retaliation and revenue a sort of Radways ready relief which tho learned doctor ventured to pre scribe He thought the farmers would have been better pleased had he promised them sulFering as they are from railroad exaction three other Bs regular re duced rates upon the transportation oE the products A Probable Murder UneiirthiHl VINCEXNES Ind Sept Ikfey a shooting scrape occurred in Pike county Indiana near Union A boy earned Kirk living witnhis uncle Hiram Grubbs was a witness of the shooting A short time afterward persons snid they heard Grubbs brutally beating the boy with a club and after that young Kirk was never seen again Wednesday the coroner of Gibson county was called to the house of Grubbs to sit upon a skeleton that was found in thn rear of tho barn A bullet hole was found in the skull The skele ton la said to be that of the boy and Grubbs has been arrested and placed in jail at Peteraburg to protect him from the fury of his neighbors Named Straight Democrats CUABLESTON S CSept 26 Repub lican state committee has named the fol lowing ticket for state officers Governor A C Haskell lieutenant governor John BraUun secretary of state J Q Marshall trens irer A Ancrom comptroller J Burnwell adjutant general M JU Bjuham superintendent of education J H Kice All the nominees are straight out Democrats who opposed the Tillman movement There are 157000 negro voters in the stnte to 80000 whites Accident to Hon John Jay NEW YORK Sept John Jay exUnited States minister to Austria wasv knocked down by a cab at the corner of Fortysecond street and Vanderbilt ave nue at noon yesterday and seriously in jured Mr Jay was taken to St Lukes hospital where everything possible is be ing done to makehim comfortable Last evening he was bright and cheerful and suffered comparatively little Mr Jay Is 73 years of age Theosophlsm In San Francisco SAV FRANCISCO Sept alleged theosophist Professor Hi ram Erastus Butler who after raising in Bos ton a year and a half ago for a mythical esoteric college disappeared has appeared in this city He has already quits a fol lowing Irom whom he is collecting money to found an esoteric college in the Santa Cruz mountains Induced Charley Foster to Aeeept FINDLAT O Sept committee representing the leading Republicans of the Eighth congressional district called on exGovernor Foster at Fostoria yester day afternoon and induced him to accept ths nomination for congress lieen on Trial Tweuty Tears ASXISTOX Ala Sept of the Bi ist remarkable cases evertried in any cjurt in this country was tried here this week Over twenty years ago a man n mied Ztuer killed another man named Hogan iu a row which they had over a hog Zaner was arrested but his trial hns been continued from term to term for the past twenty years and now he is sentenced to a term of only one year for his deed The Union Pacific Switchmen DEXTER Colo Sept the Union Pacific yards yesterday the company had thirtyfive new men and seven engines at Vork The officials assert that tinder the muiagement of Superintendent Barns j against whose retention the striking iwitchmen protest they moTed uaore j freight yesterday than they formerly 4id Coloradans Set the Win chester Going GOST WOBKABOUTA OOTTNTY SEAT roar Mea Fatally Wounded and the De tails Very Meiiure So Tnree Story nuiltllngr Put on Atollers and Heinled Five Miles Before Its Zou Was Opposing Towns lay ing in Ammunition and Getting Beadj for Another Ijght DESVEK C61o Sept dispatch from Lamar Colo says Word has been received of serious trouble between the towns of Boston and Springfield in county Since Baca county warn created from Las Animas county by the last gen eral assembly there has been strife be tween these two towns as to which should have the county seat The act organizing the county provided that Springfield should be the seat At the election last fall it is alleged that by manipulation of ballots it was made the permanent seat Tho people of Boston claim that Spring field has not the worth of county rropertynecessary to prevent the county from being moved by vote this fall Adopted Vigorous Measures The only available building for a coun ty court house was a hotel building in Boston A few weeks ago this was sold at sheriffs sale and bought by Spring field parties Saturday night a party left Springfield for Boston with machinery to move the building to the former town for use as a court house thus preventing the county seat Issue from being raised this fall on the ground of insufficient property Boilers were put under the building which is three stories high and the finest In the county and twenty teams were hitched to it Inside the house were sta tioned twelve men armed with Winches ter rifles The Boston People on the TralL Tha building was moved about five miles toward Springfield which is about twentyfive miles from Boston when the people of the latter place discovered the trick and immediately organized All available horses and rifles were brought into requisition and a strong party start ed ptirsuit Upon overtaking the build ingmovers the pursuers commanded a halt which answered by a volley of shots from the men in the building The Boston men then fired and a fierce battle raged which ended in the Springfield party being driven from the building Reduced the Building to Ashes Coal oil was then procured and the floors of the building saturated The building was then set on fire and con sumed Great excitement prevails but owing to tho remoteness of the scene news is hard to obtain Parties arrived here Wednesday nighb from Springfield and departed hurriedly after buying all the cartridges they could secure Several persons are reported as having been wounded and two are said to have been killed during the fight This however is doubtful Fatally Hurt A dispatch received last night by courier from Boston says that four of the wounded will surely die and that the condition of several others is critical It is saitt that the building over which the battle was waged was not destroyed The men who attempted to apply the torch were shot in their tracks The probabilities are that the battle will be resumed by an invasion into Springfield This the Spring field people will resent and a bloody se quel will follow Baca county is in the extrtme southeastern corner of the state and remote from railroad facilities THEY MAY BE HAPPY YET A Courtship Begun in 1855 Just Con cluded by Marriage NASHVILLE Tenn Sept Chat tanooga Tenn special says A romance dating back thirtyfive years culminated in a happy marriage here last evening the parties being Mr George W Clotz of Buffalo N Y and Mrs Crook of Ga lena Ills In 1855 they became engaged and the young man went to seek his fortune Hill Girl Got Tired Waiting Failing at first he ceased to write but aucceeled at last went to redeem hlu promise and found on his return that the lady had married Since then tha matrimonial partner of each died and the survivors had not seen each other un til Wednesday when the gentleman en route to Florida and the lady to Atlanta met in Cincinnati Mutual explanations followed the love of their youth was re newed and iu Chattanooea they were made husband and wife and went on their way rejoiciug Colorado Democrats DENVER Colo Sept Demo craticstata convention iu session here yesterday named the following state ticket Governor Caldwell Teaman of Trinidad lieutenant governor Platt Rog ers Denver treasurer James N Carlile Pueblo secretary of state W H Forman Washington attorney general J Mau pln Canon City auditor W F Skelton Summit county superintendent of in structiou C B Coy Jefferson regents of the state university C M Ford Denver and Judge Dontague of San Juan T J ODonriell a prominent attorney of Den ver was nominated for congress Death of a Baptist Divine CHICAGO Sept William Wal lace Everts finished the closing page of his last literary work The Christian Apostolate Wednesday morning and yesterday afternoon the book of his Ufa closed He died suddenly of heart failure at his residence 3343 Rhodes avenue In his death the Baptist church has lout one of its most zealous and successful work ers He was born In 1814 and was fifty nine years a minister The Yonngost Suicide on Record NEWARK N J Sept Ger trude Eisenberg aged 10 years of T5 Prince street attempted to kill herself Wednesday night by taking a dose of arsenic She was taken to the hospital and It is thouubt she will recover Sbie will not say why she took the poison but it is thought iihe meant to kill herself because she thought she had been ill treated by her mother Cold TVeather in York AMPEBSAXD N Y Sept thermometer at the signal service station registered yesterday morning The first ice cif the season was seen Mount Marcy aind the Mclntyre White Face and al the high peaks of the Adlroa daoks were covered with snow Emulating Mr Sullivan LONDON Sept is reported thiit Plunger Benson whose escapade gave him great notoriety last year is studying for the stage and is already making ar rangements for his first appearance tm aa aotor TRIAL OF OBRIEN AND DILLON lively Times In Police and Populace at War LOXDON Sept was a row at Tipperary yesterday on the occasion of opening of the trial of OBrien aud Dillon The town was full of Nationalists come to witness the trial and when the magis trates decided to admit no one to the room except those immediately in terened the populace demurred and at tempted to go into the court room any Jiow This WHS resisted by the police and were freely used Nearly every man from the neighboring country carried a blackthorn but it does not appear that policemen were hurt Prominent Men Clubbed But some of the Home Rule members of parliament were not so fortunate Timothy Harrington received a blow on the head as did a gentleman named Hali fax On the uray to the court room crowds blocked the streets and the police ordered them to movii on In one knot of people were John Morley and other Englishmen who are in Insland looking for ammuni tion with which to attack the govern ment and when told to move OCon nor M P for South Tipperary showed him contempt for the police by calling for three cheers for Morlay This brought on a fracas in the course of which Morley nearly came in for a sore head Dillon in terposing in hi me to save him The Sctine In tho Coart Roam When Harrington and Halifax appeared inthe court room with blood staining their collars there was much indignation expressed by the Home Ralars Mor ley addressed the court and denounced the police After a great deal of talk the mag istrates agreed to let the populace in and the room was soon packed The Hrst move of the accuseil was to object to the magis trates Dillon wanted Magistrate Shan non to vacate the bench because the two had at one time in the past had a personal encounter OBrien also wanted Shan non to drop out because he had tried the editor on three other occasions and be cause he had seen him heading the police Who were quailing a riot The Warrants Amended But Shannon could not sue in facts any reason why be should atep down and refused to go The trial at last began and the first thing the magistrates did was to permit the warrants to be amended a move the accused vigorously opposed as it would enable the crown to include new charges without notice They considered it evidence of the crowns in tention to conduct the caae in a high handed and arbitrary manner On tue other hand the defeat will keep the cases up as long ai possible in order to make political cap tai Morley Highly Indignant John Morleiy is much wrought up over his personal observation of Irish police methods and stigmatized the behavior of the coustablcts as damnable He de clares he will raise thu question in parlia ment as to the necessity of checking such brutalities The Audience Took a Hand Ronan government counsel then pro ceeded to state the against the de fendants He gavo a history of the doings of the league in 1889 He was subjected to a continuous series of comments and interruptions from tlm audience Timo thy Healy counsel for the defense de nounced tha whole proceedings as a pal pabie sham HE RECEIVtD THE MESSAGE A Ijovfng Plett Jrniii L Young Maiden Sent Abroad NADVOO Ills Sept young couple of this place were to bs married but a lovers quarrel separated them The young man wentawa5 and nothing was heard from him for three rears This fall the maiden was among the scores of grape pickers employed iu the vineyards She brooded much over her absent lover and in a fit of yearning desire wrote on one of the little baskets of grapes the following message Fred Come back to me I love you Flora Fred Got the Basket The basket with thousands of others was shipped away and a few days ago Flora was rejoiced receive a letter from her absent lover in North Dakota He had purchased the basket of grapes and had read the message A reconcilia tion has resulted and the wedding bells will soon ring The Base Ball Record CHICAGO Sept base ball rec ord for yesterday is as follows League At 3 Boston 4 bat and Bennett Smith aud Wilson At S New York 4 and Zlm mer Sharrott and Clark At Cinciunati and Brotherhood At 6 Brooklyn 4 and Fields Weyhing At Buf faloBufTalo 6 New York 10 Cunningham and Clark Crane and Brown At 10 Boston 4 and Sut cliflte Gumbert and Kelly At Chicago No Western At 11 Denver 6 at 0 Min neapolis 2 at Sioux Paul 12 Sioux City 13 National Prison CoDgresa CINCINNATI Sept national prison congress an association of hu manely inclined persons and of persons whose duties connection with pria ons and reformatory institutions began iti annual meeting in this city last night Governor Campbell and Mayor Mosby delivered welcoming addresses and exPresident Rutherford B Hayes who is president of the association made reply A Big Bale for Chicago SPBIXGFIELII Ills Sept became known last night that the committee on town and city lots of the state board of equalization has agreed on a raise for Cook county of 185000000 the committee on lands to a raise of 17500000 and the committee on personsil property to a raise of tin 500000 This makes a total gross increase of 159000000 Canght HU Foot in a Frog CHICAGO Sept Coughlio a switchman living at 1370 Carroll ave nue got his foot caught in a frog at Market street and the Northwesters tracks and had both legs cut off above the knees by the train He was taken to the railroad dispensary and cared for but died in two hours 7 Mlke Kellys MotherinLaw Suicides PATEREOS N J Sept J H Headifan mother inlaw of Mike Kelly the famous ball player committed sui c de here yes erdayl afternoon by jump ing from the Market street bridge into the river A man who saw her jump at tempte 1 to rescue her but she sank be fore he could reach her Mrs Headifan had been in bad health for some time from malaria in 1 ic ibelieved that she was mentally affeced by the large quan tities of quinine hid taken Twenty million acres of the bod of One United States are held byforeignerfj TEE INMMA WIEE An Eloping Couple Meets a Dis appointment A HABDHEABTED LIGE5SB OLEBK Disappearance of Another Loving Pali Complications In Following the Organization of the John C New and HU graphers Strike Off for the Insurance Association TfRRE HAUTE Ind Sept Stewart and Flora Lowery aged 19 and 16 years respectively eloped from their homes near Westfield Ills Wednesday and came to this city to be married They applied at the county clerks office Thurs day morning for a license but it was re fused on account of their youthful appear ance The police arrested the couple The two young people whose parents are well Sodo farmers left Westfield in a buggy Wednesday morning at 8 oclock The girl was in school at the time and Stew art called for her and the two drove away as if nothing had happened It was a long drive being over fifty miles and the couple stayed over night at a farmers across the river This Couple Had Blotter Luck Perhaps COUJMBDS Ind Sept Cora Hampton the daughter of a wealthy farmer residing in the northern part ot this wanted to marry B C King the son of a neighbor and informed her parents a few days ago of her desire The parents locked her up in a room for two days aud secured a promise from lier ta abandon her intention She is now miss ing us is also the young farmer They were seen to take a truin early Wednesday morning THAT NEW POLITICAL PARTY The Old Organization Hardly Know Mow Jo Fignru Now Sept new politi cal movement started unde rthe auspices of The Peoples Party U viewed with a good deal of concern by old party poli ticians Even the skilled politicians ad mit that they can not predict how many votes the new party may poll this year If the ticket should receive the support of even onehalf of the Knights of Labor Farmers Alliance men Mutual Benefit association members Grangers and mem bers of kindred organizations it will cnt a big figure in the November election In the Eleventhcongressional district alone there are 11000 organized farmers and it was said at Wednesdays conven tion tlmt nearly all of thesa rnen are with the new movement Some of the dele gates predicted that the new party would poll 50 000 votes The Telegraphers Strike Postponed TEHEE HAUTE Indt Sept strike of telegraph operators on the Mackey lines is over for the present Thursday morning President Hopkins of the operators organization telegraphed to the operators along the system to re turn to work pendine a conference to be held with General Manager Saul at Ev ansville within a week The strike was caused by t he discharge of operator W D Sears and the refusal of the company to reinstate him and to grant a 15 per cent increase in salaries The company claims that Sears WHS not discharged be cause of his membership In the operators organization but for othfir good reasons The men asaert the contiary Cut Off the Water and Light TEKRE HAUTE Ind Sept lead pipe at the water works burst Wednesday night and in a few minutes the building was flooded and the engines had to bo stopped The water pressure for the en tire city was cut oft for over two hours before new engines could be started The itoppage of the water supply caused every mill aud factory in the city to sus pend aud several explosions were nar rowly averted The electric light com pany was compelled to stop its engines and the city was in darkness after mid night Fire Insurance Men In Council INDIANAPOLIS Sept 26 Representa tives of nearly all the leading fire insur ance companies doing business in Indiana met here Wednesday and formed an asso ciation The object is to secure the pass age of laws beneficial to the agents as well as to the companies and that will abolish wildcat insurance companies The gentlemen present disclaim any effort to advance rates Lcn A Richardson of this city was eiected president The Journal Not for Sale tKDIANAPOLis Sept rumor that Consul General New returned from Lon don for the purpose of selling his news paper The Journal to United States Treasurer Huston caused a importer to ask him if it was true that there was like ly to be such a deal No sir it is not true he replied emphatically Huston hag not money enough in the United States treasury to buy The JouTnaL It is not for sale Reunion of the Eleventh Battery HOXTINOTON Ind Sept Elev enth Indiana battery which has been holding its annual reunion here has elected the following officers President John Otto vice president Henry M Williams treasurer John VorJeroiark secretary William Glenn The next re union will be held at New Haven Sept 2 1881 the anniversary of the fail of At lanta Hoosler News Notes WUlard JE Parks aged 35 years diecl Martinsville Thursday evening Mr Parks was a soninlaw of Eben Hender son and a wealthy and influential citizen The Farmers Mutual benefit associa tion of Jackson county met at Biowns towci Wednesday and nominated a full ticket with John Horstman for represent ative In Holmans district Wednesday the Republicans indorsed John P Hankin congressional nominee of the Farmers Alliance The side of the Union elevator at Terre Haute gave way Wednesday letting 10 000 bushels of srain run out The loss la 180000 Alfred Welton of Clay City was killed by a fall of coal in a mine The Weuther We Expect WASBLSGTOK Crnr Sept following are the weatfcter indications for tliirtysix hoars from B p m yesterday For Fair weather clearing in eastern portion eta ti narjtempera tare variable Tor In diana and warmer weather northeri jwinds becoming variable For low er warmer weather variable winds For Upper Michigan and j Fair weather except rain in southern sin cooler variable winds becoming north erly There are 10862 school 63873 tetcben 2800000 iichool ehOdrcD in Japan DUNLAPS Hats4 i IND HTFall and Winter Styles J The Tailor 3O8 BROADWAY Between 5th and Sts for infants and Children CMtorlmisgoweUadaptedtochUdrcathat I Castoria euros Colic OoaiUpation reconunenditaamineriortoanvnrescriDtioD I 8our Stomach DiarrtuEa Eructation known to me H A II D I EVCS Uxp Ul So Oxford BX Brooklyn M Y Without medication THI OKSTACB COMPANV TT Murray Street X ABBREVIATED TELEGRAMS The Iron City Bridge company of Pitts burg Pa is reported to be financially The Innd forfeiture bill passed by con grass forfeits 50000000 acrea of laud granted to railways j Capt Dan Miller of Grand Haven i Mich died at his home Wednesday Ht was a wellknown lake captain It is stated that next season the Mili waukee base ball club of the Westen j league will go into the American asaocia tion A statement filed in the circuit court at ntigo WK Thursday placw vhe liabii itiBs of Hoxie Meller at fiX2OM assets 1881000 At Philadelphia Thursday a mail named John New while standing by the j coffin containing his dead wife drew a revolver and shot himself dead IHog cholera has attacked the hogs Jo ihe northern part of Harrison county la Great numbers have died already and thnre is no cessation of epidemic The National Prison congress of which exPresident Rutherford B Hayes ispres dont convened at Cincinnati Thursday night with 150 delegates in attendance George Duvis a resident of Galesburg Ills since 1838 died in that city Thurs day He was an earjy Abolitionist and director of the underground railroad Peter Reynhart passed through Spring Held Ills Wednesdayon a tramp across the continent He will walk toSau Fran cisco doing missionary work en route He is a Hollander and going to China as a missionary A movement is on foot to have the Jutted States flaa hoisted daily at the en trance uf every harbor in the United States The Grand Army Sons of Vet erans and o her bodies are at tho head of the movement At 2 oclock Thursday morning the Tenth Ohio district Republican conven ion nominarei Hon R E Doan of Clin ton county for congress It took two conventions and several hundred ballots to reach a conclusion James Jifford a Deerfleld Mich farm er was couglit by officers jut as he was about to plunge a knife Into the breast at lis sleeping son aged 19 He confessed ntertbutit was his intention to kill all of his six children and himself Hntiie Leslie a buxom young woman of Buffalo has issued u cha to fight Hattie Stewart of Norfolk Va for the Female championship of the world and 6500 scorns gloves and wants to do her lighting with the bare fist Reuben Landes and Jfcbe Randall have jeen arrested on a charge of bein impli cated in the Wowing up of the Pentecost abernaclii with dynamite at Ativood Ills Tbere are said to have been nlxut twenty others in ihe gang that did the work Fiirst Frost of the Season BOSTON Sept heavy white frost he first of the Reason Visited Middlesex Norfolk uuA Worcester counties Wednes r night doing considerable damag Ut growing erops or United Friends On the assessment which was called Sept 1 there are three deaths from Penn sylvania eleven from New York four from New Jeisey three from Masuachujsetta and one from Ohio The claims amount to Since November 1881 the order has paid on death claims to wid ows and orphans of members and has paiA to members who have become per manently disabled through aickuesg or in jury Tlie sum of 186000 hat been col lected in the reserve tund to protect tern porarily disabled in payment of Iheir assessments Ten councils are ID rocesx of organization in Pennsylvania and the remaining jurisdictions are doiug wtlL Given bat at Prosperity It is Slid that one of the most pathetic little figares to be seeri in New Orleans is that of Carlotta PatU the niece and i exadopted daughter of the great diva j Two years ago tho Ibalf starved girl taken by her aunt tto the noted Welsh castle loaded with jewels and given a j glimpse of the luxuries wealth can eom mand Then Taiit Adelina shipped her bacl to New Orleans and now due is pooer than ever fur the lots acquired I tastes that Uzoited means cannot gratify Strasbrug pies and champagaa are not on the menu of the peonllcn aoulo fail tfewelry J notice some little bunches of charms for hanging on watch chains among them tiny rabbit paws iu chased gold and some little horns of red coral which latter are supposed to be lucky while the former ward off evil Hairpins are of plain and fire colored gold They measure about four inches long and one and a half to two inches across and five or six are required to dress the hair prop erly Iron Ball Three thousand five hundred a day la the average payment of the order from its supreme treasury to the members who are entitled to receive it The city of St Louis haa eighteen branches and about 3000 members THE MARKETS CHICAGO Sept On the board of trade today quotation u follows Xo 2 September opened closed December opened WftK closed SllXlH May opened J104H No teptember opened closed 4774 October opened trJto closed 4Jc Slay opened 48Jic closed 60XC No 2 Heptenjber opened closed 300 October optnod 38J4c closed May opened 414o closed U9jc October opened cloeed S960 January opened and closed SntOj Mar opened IUUM closed Jli10 LardOctober opened toT Live The following were quota tions nt the Union Block yards Market opened slow and prices lowsr lUtkt grades rough packing 400 mixed heavy pacttag ami iota S3 Trade active at current priow na tive beef steers principally 485 sUKken and taflOJMiiO and lioJlB western KMeM J2Ofta42S Texas atoeis J2tWSJ300 Produce ButterFancy separator IlQStit fine gathered cream fine to good tnl totions dairies finest freso 15 JlTte No I JairlOT freed packing Flocks 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