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Logansport Pharos (Newspaper) - October 1, 1890, Logansport, Indiana LOGANSPORT DAILY PHABOS 16TH YEAK EVENING OCTOBER 1 1890 NO 132 JOHN JOHN IliKN JOHN CKAYS Corner NO a and AT LAST TIS DONE The Senate Gets Through with the Tariff Bill Nuw GtxiiN in the Inilcti S noin eay itfHt Stvlcs unil Lowest nf iiio lausl rniimlfHCtor atCH KliKuritly lighted THEEE REPUBLICANS VOTE NO NG Trouble to Show Goods Come Purldock and Plumb he Per verse Speeches fur and by Aldrlch und Adjournment Poor Pro gress In tinItaum Ciiiulemiunl by Approved by the Official Itims WASHINGTON CITY Oct senate was the center uf interest in congression al circltts yesterday as it was well under stood ws Dmrsu wisiv ant as would navp vterj zv rroUJ vote break came immediately Rfter wnen Pettegrews name was called lie said that he was paired with Call but I is Call would have Xo he would No The third and last break was when Plumb after all other senators had voted j stood up and hia name having been sailed voted No How They Recorded Their Names The final result was announced as yeas 33 nays 27 as follows Aldrich Allen Allison Blair Cameron Casey ChandlerCullomDawes Dixon Edmunds Evartu Frye Hale Hawley Hoar Ingalls Jones of Nevada McMillan Matiderson Mitchell Moody Pierc Platt Power Sanders Sawyer Sherman Spooner Stewart Stockbridge Wilson of Iowa Bate Blackburn Blod gelt Butler Carlisle Cockrell Col qultt Daniel Gorman Gray Hampton Harris Hearat Kenna Morgan Ftiddock jHORRORATAFffiE Caught Unawares oy a Falling Brick Wall NINE MEN BURIED IN THE DEBHIS Two of Them Probably Receive ratal Thrilling Scene Described Cry of Warning and Mad Out of Work at Rescu ing Llie Imperiled Rink thnt the house was ready l atl I Piumb Pugh Ibiasom AUtMKMKXTM BROADWAY RINK ONI NIC i itttyisY SATURDAY EVE OCT 4 Goodmans Original Tennessee JUBILEE S1NBERS In their quaint rciiil Mongol I1Ml MKKT1XC IIVMXS JCII1LKK MKIOIdKS i MCSKJAI SIlXM tTIES Tb pcrfiirmmico concluilinjr with a Funny llii entiru Company Prices oF INSTALLMENT PLAN Stoves Sold on Weekly and Monthly Payments Call at 419 Market Street FOSTER BAILEY I sion uw POP All Soldiers Who arc dependent upon iliiJy labor for support thuir own For Soldiers and Suilors widows For Children under ll years of HgE For children permanently helpless nnti for iicpciulcnt parents Apply in person or by letter for iufor mation blanks and instructions to jft BORDDN I jourii whuiiuver tlie sunate said the word Tlio question WM us to when the senate would say it There were two long speeches to be made everybody those ot Carlisle ami Aldrlch the latter closing the whether between these two the floodgates of tlo j quence would bu opened and debato for another day was a matter I still uiuont thu tliingd no fellow could Elnd out dont you know j CurlUle Opens Ills Batteries j The debate was opened by Carlisle who had been given the honor of making the principal speech in opposition to the bill j Hu said he would not attempt to state the effect of the measure ou the rjvunuo us it impossible to do so with any degree of accuracy but he could and would say approximately what itu effect ou taxation would be The average rate of duty un ler this bill would be BO per csnt instead 45X per cunt under existing law De ducting sugar and molasses from tho cul oitltition the rate under existing law would ba found to bu 41 per cent and the average ou the samo articles under tho conference bill 30 per cent an increased rate o 50 per cent Ulg of Taxation Claimed The increase of taxation would be 000000 in the iron and steel schedule 114 000000 Iu the woolen schedule In the cotton schedule SaOUOlWO iu tho Bax and hemp schedule SBT3B000 in the tinplate schedule and on tin in pigs or bars He declared that the change iu the Ruiiar schedule would benefit no producer or consumer in tho country while tho bounty would reach from 000000 to per annum Not even the beet Migtir industry would be benefit ed It wus a sectional measure violating every social compact of the country The Cluune Carlisle criticised the reciprocity clause which ho said cuiifnlucl to tho judgment or caprice of the president ulone the do termination nor tilonu of certain facts de fined in the law but of thu results and effects of tlitsu facts and circumstances The amendment reported from the finance cummittue aud adopted by the senate wus not reciprocity it was retali ation Sugar had been put on thfl fraa list in thisbill ou thu sole around that it woultl beueit the in thu United States proposition jouiHincc iu tho imondmoni was to retaliate ou tho people of the United States by imposing certain iluties on sugar teas etc Ail Allowed Imimisbcteuoy Carlisle spoku of the inconsistency of putting wugnr on the free lint because tho United States did uot producen large proportion of the quantity consumed aud of putting tinpints on the frue list be cause tho United diil not produce any of it 1huri was un murkot in South America he said fur our agricultural Keagati Voorhees Walthall Wilson of So the conference report was agreed to and the tariff bill needed only the signa Dures of the presiding officers of both houses and of the president of the United States to be law Elliott Block Pension Agent Lognnsport In FURNITURE PRICES THE LOWEST Our Designs j ifane Cody a widow and dragged her i from her bed with the intention of flog i izing her They started to the woods with her but she broke away and started to irun She had gone only a short distance j when a volley was fired and a load of buckshot took effect In her side inflicting i fatal wound So Same Elsewhere The WhiteCaps fled when tha woman fell and she lay there until morning be fore she was found She was unable to describe her murderous assailants A se cret band of regulators bad been organ ized to rid the neighborhood of all persons whom they dislike Tim was their riratworfc snd will probably be iheir last tha THE INDIANA WIRE Plans for the Pending Political Fight Taken by Their of the j sheriff is making every effort to have them CHICAGO Oct fire which nearly resulted None but Hie le3C Workmanship Allowed to Leave our Salesroom J tf Hera Material PHRL7I1TS 12thSt Drue Store SURE GURE FOR 0 products It was a false to say that tin proposed reciprocity amend ment was for tho benefit of the farpmrs It was to huuullt thu of the United Bat be did not think any Kepubllciiu senator had any sedoas idea that thu reciprocity iyaturu of the bill would ever be put into eilfect The additional revenues which would result from tho proposad imposiviou of duties on sugar coSlee uud tea would f5270J000 AUIrlcbs Closing Spoech Allison controverted Carlisles estimate as to tho effect on the revenue and said there would be a reduction of from to S15000000 and after somo re marks fr6m Gray and others Aldricb rose to cloae the debate Ha said that the first congress which met after cho signing ot the constitution had grunted bounties and Imposed taxes Speaking of the in creases of duty made In the bill ho said that they were of four classes Tho first Included corrections of errors and irregu larities to this class belonged tinplate and cotton ties Another class consisted of articles which it was not supposed at the time of the passage of tho law of 1SS3 could bo manufactured in the United States It included tho finer grade of manufactures in cotton flax find linen and iron and steel schedules A third class consisted of articles ou which here tofore smill ad valorem rates had been levied Importers Versus Mnitufaatiirevs he fourth class included agricultural products Tho duties on wool had been increased largely at tho demand of the representatives of tha agricultural sec tion of the country Theso four classes comprehend all of tho increase of the bill Aldrich spoke of the delegation of importers who had appeared before the finance committee and asked that certain ratis of duty be imposed These men to whose demands the representatives of the Democratic party ivere so willing to sub mit represented foreign laiior and foreign industry Tho manufacturers who had appeared before tho committee represent ed American labor and industry The Duty on Tin Plate Speaking of the duty on tin plate Aldrich expressed the belief that it would transfer that industry from Wales to the United States and fnrnish the people of this country n cheaper and a better arti cle than they were now getting He ba lieved that t he protective policy was to bo jtulped in the future by that one item and be thoxight that the result would be such that within throe years is would be extremely dangerous for a representa tive of the people to arise in his placo and denounce protection KnVct on the Revenne In wply to Gorman Aldrich said that the bill would reduce the revenue about below the amount that the sen ate bill reduce it The principal reduction made in conference was on tobacco aul on tho special taxes for retail THE RAUM INVESTIGATION Correspondent Seckemlorf Stil 1 Itefuses to Give Information CITY Oct special house committee the charges against Coramisnioner of Pensions Raum continued its investigation yester day It was dry shucking so far ai getting information from Seckendorf was con oTned He still refused to Rive names of accusers but suggested that Secretary Noble be called also persons employed in the pension office who had been employes uf Attorney Lemon and appointed afc Lemons request A Missing Slip Found Commissioner Raum referred to an ar ticle charging J K Van Madder a clerk of the office with criminal offense in re moving a slip from a certain caso favor ing a rerating of the case Raum said that he had seen the article had assumed that The Tribune was right and had sent for the case and examined and upon first ixamination did not find the slip referred to but upon a more careful examination luid found the slip He handed the slip to the witness and asked him if it was the one referred to Witness replied that it was a slip ot some kind but he could not say it was the one referred to having never seen it and added that it might be one made to take the place of tho one that ha had charged had been abstracted Nothing else of importance was elicited and tho committee adjourned for the day ADJOURNMENT PROBABLE TODAY Nothing In the Way Except tlio Presi dents Name to the Turlff Hill WASHINGTON CITY Oct impres sion prevailed hist night that congress would adjourn today Senator Aldrich mid that ho would bring inn resolution enrly in the day for an adjournment some time during tho afternoon The passage of this resolution through both houses will depend upon the condition of busi ness If tho twtiff bill la sent to tho president early iu the and there seems no reason why it should not be in his by Ioclock ho will be able to notify the house that it has been signed svilhin an hour or two Then nothing will intervene between the two houses and an adjournment Vice President Morton suid lust night that congress would adjourn today Tilt Congressional Record WASHINGTON CITY Oct senate yesterday concluded the debate ou the tariff bill and ngreeu to the conference to Paddock and Pettigrew voting in the negative passed house bill with verbal amendment to promote ths administration of justice in the army agreed to conference report on the signal service billand passed house bill to enable the postmaster general to test the free delivery system in small towus The hoise passed the senate bill to pro tect settlers on certain lands in Florida The bill to establish a uniform standard of grain was taken up but objection which threatened to block all business developed and it was withdrawn The bill to define and regulate the jurisdic tion of United States courts was referred A number of unimportant bills passed A Grand Army Appointment XGTOJt CITY Oct Wheel ock G Vaazey commanderinchief has just filled one of the most important of fices in the Grand Army of the Republic by the appointment of Judge William Lochren as judge advocate general He id an able jurist no one standing higher an lushAmerican who has taken an ac tive interest in the cause of Ireland aud is a Democrat in politics Approved by the President WASHINGTON CITY Oct presi dent has approved the river and harbor bill the joint resolution authorizing the secretary of the navy to purchase nickel ore for use in the manufacture of nickel steel armor an act to divide tbe state of Iowa into two judicial districts making Peoria Ills a port of delivery and the bill providing for a statue to Gen Lafay ette He Didnt Attend to Duty WASHINGTON CITY Oct have recently been received at the depart ment of state from citizens of Santiago CUQII charging United States Consul James Broad neglect of duty It Is understood that Assistant Secretary Wbarton upon investigation found the charges sustained and has ordered his dismissal from the service Condemned Wheat CITY Oct special committee which has been investigating Postmaster Wheat of the house last night decide1 by a unanimous vote to report to the house that SVheat is guilty ot tbe offenses charged and recommend ing the passage of a resolution declaring the office vacant in the death of nine firemen raged last night in S Franklins picture frame factory at 171 and 173 Canal street The injured men ace John Riley engine 10 probably fatally Andrew Nelson en gice probably fatally Richard Hal verson Torn Cochrane Charles Ciextont Sylvester Higgins William Kiley Daniel Tuomy William seven latter all of engine 17 except Tom Cochrane who belongs to engine 10 Location of the Fire The building is an old frame shanty faced in brick and is hemmed iu on the south by the fivestory block occupied by the Emmerich Feather company Just how the fire started no one seems to know but within a few minutes flames were bursting from all parts of the building The ugly location of the fire prompted tho captain of engina 10 who was first to ar rive to turn in a general alarm Twenty engines and as many hose carts responded A southeast wind lapping around the corner of the big Emmerich building quickly fanned the blnze into an immense furnace and rendered the open square in the rear of the building a veritable cal dron The Firemens Fight Befun A huge mass of name reaching from the ground to a height of 100 feet swirled arourad in the open corrider and even the firemen hesitated at the entrance of a nar row alley leading from Adams street A dozen of water soon drove the im mense tongue of flame into the building but names still rushed from erery aper and window and sprang in a hundred tongues from the cement flooring where the firemen stood The force of water at the front of the building helped the strong east wind and rendered the task of those who fought the fire in the rear doubly hazardous A Mafl Rush for Safety Suddenly the bellowing of fire captains and the crackling of burning timbers were drowned by a yell that could have been heard a block away The crowd was bawling to the firemen at the rear to run for their lives Throwing down their nozzles the firemen made a mad rush for a place of safety At the same instant a heavy wafl toppled over and rolled down into a broken mass In the caldron below Quickly as they had retreated the firemen rushed back to learn if any of their comrades had been caught in the falling ruins A dozen willing hands quickly extricated Fireman Riiey from a burning heap and half dragging half lifting him through tho labyrinth pipes the poor fellow was carried to a trol wngon Atfirst it was thought that the man had been killed His right ear had been torn off and an ugly wound in tho chest from which the blood was flow ing showed where he had been crushed The second fireman taken out of the ruins was Tom Cochrane of Engine 10 but his wounds were not serious Cnught in a Knsement Meanwhile a scene of still greater hor ror was being enacted in the basement of the Emmerich building where company 17 were engaged In beating back tha flames from the larger structure As the uortia wall of the quadrangle fell tho lower portion of it bulged forward into the basement of the Emmerich building and the next moment a shower of blazing timbers had buried half a dozen men pressing them down to what seemed cer tain With an effort born of the fearful peril Firemen Halverson and Higgins dragged themselves from be neath the burning mass Their blazing clothes wate quickly smothered and the men hurried off to get their wounds dressed Tiravely Rescued But the position of Fireman Clexton was one of almost indescribable peril Two beams had fallen across his shoul ders wedging him firmly in the fiery heap while a few feet away the heavy hosEi pipe wns melting away in the flames like so much solder To make an effort to save Clexton it was necessary to cross the thin crust of the seething furnace A falsa step meant a headlong plunge into the burning hole But the slim chanca was accepted by the comrades of the im prisoned man The wonderful disciplini of the brigade stood the men in good stead and by a united effort they succeed ed in pulling Clexton from his periloua predicament just as the llames beneath had begun to burn his rubber overalls He wasnot badly hurt Umler the Blazing Timbers Beneath the blazing timbers were Fire men Kiley and Ctirey To turn a hose on the burning heap was the work of a few seconds and the names were speedily ex tinguished when a hasty search was made for the bodies of the missing fire men When the were rewarded by the discovery of both men it was seen that in neither case was life yet extinct Kiley had sustained severe injuries from the falling ruins two of his ribs being broken but his comrade had by a miracle escaped bodily injury and was simply ua conscious from suffocation An hour of hard work got the names under control Tbe loss will be between 535000 and 50000 partly insured identified and arrested THE BOYS WERE MURDERED A Tramp Probably Responitbfe lor Thsc BoxCar ijitery CHEYEXSH Wyo Oct bodies of W B Emerson Ross Fishbaugh he young men fouud in a Union Pacific boxcar last Saturday have been shipped to their parents homsa at St Joe The result of the investigations by the author ties shows beyond doubl that the boys were murdered and robbed When they left St Joa a week ago Sunday they liad and Emerson carried a watch When fouud Fishbaughs pockets ware inptied and Emersoas contained but 35 euts and his watch was gone A train land now remembers seeing a tramp rid ing in n car ahead of the one in which tho bodies were found The tramp disap Beared before the train reached Cheyyenne It ia supposed ho was thu murderer and an effort will be made to capture him A BATTLE 07EB THE DOUBTFULS HANGING TOO GOOD FOR HIM Atrocious Murder of a Glirl by a Rejected Suitor In ST AUGUSTINE Fla Oct Campbell who recently oame here from Baltimore shot and killed Miss Mamie Joseph daughter of a prominent mer chant yesterday because she refused to marry him He tired three shots the first inflicting a slight wound the second going wild and the third penetrating hit victims heart Miss Joseph was chatting with her mother and another lady when Campbell appeared with a revolver The young lady fled toward a neighborsyard when she sank upon a flower bed over come by fright and the effect of the wound inflicted by the first bullet Camp ball followed her and fired the fatal shot while standing over the prostrate girl He ig being guarded by an extra force at the jail to prevent lynching j SOCIALIST EXILES RETURN A tiy ol Rejoicing in the Cities of Ger many BERLIN Oct There was much excite ment iu Germany yesterday and last even ing over the expiration of the antiSocial ist law which occurred at midnight the Sociaii t indulging in general rejoicing Thirty Socialists who had been in exile arrived in Berlin yesterday afternoonand received an ovation Public meetings were held in seven halls all being Many illuminations appeared iu the streets last evening in honor of the occasion Numerous processions were formed and some of them became disor erly and were dispersed by the poicc but o violence or injury resulted At Ham urg nineteen exiles returned and were nthusiastically greeted Similar scenes were enacted in all the large cities Tlio Huso Hull Kccord CHICAGO Oct following scores on the diamond yesterday jcague At 5New York 2 and Keenan 3urkett and Buckley At Cleveland Cleveland 3 Brooklyn 4 nd Zimmer Currutliers and Clarke At Boston 4 Luby and Xaglo Clarksou and Bennett U 10 Philadelphia and Schriver Smith and Berger Brotherhood At 5 Philadelphia 4 and Fields Sanders and liallnmn At Buffalo 1 Boston 7 Staf ord and Mack Daly and Murphy At 7 New York t bat and Sutcliffe ODay and Vaughn At 8 Brookl yn 4 and Karrell Hem ning and Cook Western This aggregation is done for the season the last game being played resterday Minneapolis beating Sioux 5 to 8 Kansas City won the pen nant with Minneapolis second and Mil waukee third Death of Frederick WOODSTOCK Vt Oct Freder ick Billings expresident of the Northern Pacific railroad died at 10 oclock last Fell Under a ClodCrasher VtscESXES Ind Oct aged I daughter of William WolJenbarger of Sulavau county fell under a large clod cruaher which was being driven over a i Frightful Death of a Boy MABSHALL Ills Oct One of the most horrible accidents on record was that of Willie Doran the 12yearold son of a farmer living ten miles southwest of here A team of mules ran away with him end be was thrown out of the wagon striking against a tree where the wheel of the vehicle struck and ground him against it One leg was torn off both hips and the lower part of the spine mashed and other awful injuries inflicted yet he lived nearly twelve hours The trees and ground near were spattered with blood and fragments of flesh Sighted a Gigantic Iceberg PHILADELPHIA Oct British steamer Bushmills from London re ports that on Sept 21 300 miles east northeast from Cape Race she passed an enormous iceberg which vvaa about 300 miles in circumference and 600 feet high From the time the berg was first sighted the ship steamed five hours before com1 abreaat of its I nfluence of the Township State Election Board Has a Hard Ron Bo Vacancy on the Peoples Printers Imputation on the Fight Between Broth Miscellany Oct cam paign has assumed a very peculiar aspect within the past few weeks and there ia no longer atiy doubt that each of the old j parties is bending its best energies in the irectiou of securing control of those j counties where the majority against it is josmall as to justify the belief that a judicious local campaign will tarn the icale in its favor While the present cam paign is receiving dueattention from both the parties and an earnest struggle ia n progress the necessity of organization for 1892 is receiving a large measure of at tention and the control of the close coun ties is by no means regarded as a consid ratioc of secondary importance Tho Trustee and tin Doubtful Vote There is a great deal of truth iu the statement that the most important officer in a county is the township trustee for him the indigent look fur food and fuel the poor but industrious class for work and the tramp for support during the sixty days preceding an election These classes constitute the bulk oi the ioubtful voters iu this state and the trustees power wherj he chooses to use it becomas formidable in controlling them in the interest of his party Where tho Fight Will Be Waged There are a total of twentysix counties In the state that are very properly called doubtful and ten or a dozen of thesa are never carried by a plurality greater than 9 score while all of thtm fall below 200 To control these doubtful counties and secure an organization for the national campaign of 1S92 is now one of the prime objects of the impending struggle and both parties are engaged in perfecting or ganization in theai with a zeal second only to that which charactizes the efforts or the tickets already in the field Go into the doubtful counties and work is the word of command from both com and every possible agency has been brought actively to the consumma tion of the purpose Effect on the State Ticket Neither party can carry all the doubt ful counties and whatever may be tbe re sult the election of the state tickiit is not dependent upon the close counties When the Democrats carried fiftyone counties in 1884 their majority on the state ticket was about 5000 and when the Republic Hus carried fortynine counties four yuars latertheir majority was about 3iGO The changes that produced these results wero practically confined to the counties hav ing pronounced majorities and it is there fore argued that tho struggle iu the close counties has more nigniticance for 1S92 than for the present campaign THE NEW ELECTION LAW It IB Giving the State Board Some Very Laborious Work ISDIANAPOLIS Oct state board of elections is finding its work very labori ous under the new and daily sessions are being held to consider tbe questions that arise A separate package has to be made up and sealed with wax bearing the stamp of the election board for each of the 12500 precincts in the state In erch ackage must be twice as many ballots as lere are voters in the precinct two iree of the large sample ballots and a amp pad and u bottle of ink for each ooth at the precinct An exact record of 11 the material purchased and an item zed account of the distribution has to be ept Five Million Tickets The Democratic and Republican state entral committees have united to have 000000 copies of the state ballots printed nd distributed to all the precincts as amples They will be exactly like the fficial ballots except that instead of be ng red they will be of some other color robably yellow or green These are for he purpose of familiarizing tbe voters vith the arrangement of tickets ou the ballots and the process of stamping them n voting before they enter the booths Under the law the county sheriff must ap icint two deputies for each precinct am a total of 25000 deputies will be on duty broughout the state on election day 15nd for Sunday Picnics INDIANAPOLIS Oct suprem court has just rendered an opinion in the case of Dugan against the state Th court holds that carrying persons to ant from picnic parties on Sunday is not i work of necessity or charity within th meaning of the statute is therefor Illegal An effort will be made to indie the street cur company and the drivers o express wagons who take large crowd to suburban reports every Sunday Judg Elliott rendered tbe decision and the en tire court concurred in it Royal Baking Powder Leads All The latest investigations by the United States and Canadian Governments show the Royal Baking Powder superior to all others in leavening strength Statements by other manufacturers to the contrary have been declared by the official authorities falsifica tions of the official reports DUNLAPS AM SILK SILK AND STIFF CWFall and Winter Styles unTOFIUWlfl this old SovereignRumedy has stood the test and stands today the best known remedy for CatarrhColdin the Head and Headache Persist in its use and it will effect a cure no matter of how long standing the may be For sale druggists dealers He added tltit the race of taxa freshly plowed field and it passed oper her body The little one fell Into a slight de pression of the ground but her sfcalp was stripped away for several inchedand she was lerribly squeezed The kali mtijab or aeattt Xpiaat oi Jaya has flowers which contirjjtially give off perfume so powerful Jis to over come if inhaled for any length of time a full grown man and kills all forms of insect life that comP under its tion of goods imported in was 4513 per cent and that the amount of im SJortation beinir the same the rate under the conference bill bj 4426 aa agfiinst the sixty per ceat asserted by Carlisle The Time for Votlnic At the close of Aldriclvs remarks tha 8ecate proceed to vote by and nays tn tha conference rvport The ilrst break hi the party ranks dacks name was was made when Pad air thnt i The DillonOBrlDn Trial LOXDON Oct application o Dillon and OBrien to tbe high court a Dublin for the removal Shannon f rom the bench at Tipperary during their tria was heard yesterday Uealy presenting tte case It was taken under advisement At Tipperary the crown counsel Ronan continued the reading of extracts from the defendants speeches to show the character of the same and their advice to the tenants Got Away En Ronte to Prison MAEQCETTE Mich Oct climb ing out of a car window while the train was running at full speed James McCabo and John Keilly Monday night escaped from Sheriff Hayes of Cheboygan who was bringing the men to prison here They were handcuffed together but by gaining a foothold on the car steps Mc Cabe assisted Reilly off THE INFAMOUS WHITECAPS Another Specimen of TUeiir Dmtardly and Devilish Work BrRMIKGBAM AJa Oct Xews was received here yesterday of a terrible WhiteCap outrage which occurred In Vricle Jerry Went to tha OMAHA Neb Oct of Agriculture Rusk returned here from Grand Island last evening He attended Barnums oircus and refused to be Inter viewed on the vote of the conference re port on the McKlali y bill Appointed ArchbUhop NEWARK Nr J Oct re ceived here yesterday that the Rev W M Wigger Roman Oathol ic bishop diocese has been appointed archbish op of the see of Milwaukee Andrew Nominated far Congretc BOSTON Oct L John F Andre was nominated for congress by kcclama tiou by the Democrats of the Third dis Vrict last uiaht LJEiNEMANN The Tailor 3OS BROADWAY Between 5th and fth Sts Jewelry Silverware And Spectacles Use Haukss Glasses 25 years ex perience Make no 41O Broadway D A eletl over a violin and it led to a general it Their mother attempted to inter ere and was assaulted by Frank Drew nd this brnuzht Ltim Aldridae in as principal nnd he seriously stabbed Frank j ith n knife A man named Roberts then I ired upon Aldridge but the latter es aped serious Injury Hoosiir News Notes George Allen a carrepairer was run nto and instantly killed while at work at Brazil by a switch engine He failed to isplay a Monday night the bnrn of Luther Wilds at Marion burned with grain and agri cultural implements Loss insur 11 ce John B Wilson of Covington pleaded guilty to horsestealing and was sentenced live years in the penitentiary He made an unsuccessful attempt to escape rom the sheriff when he was on his way back to jail John Curnayn and Hit Van Sickles quarreled in an Aurora saloon Curnayn shot Van Sickles twice and also put a bullet through the body ol Tim Dunegan who interfered Curnayns head was nearly beaten to a pulp after the shooi ng The three men are in a critical con lition THE MARKETS CIJICAOO Sept W On tbe board of trade today as follows No 2 September opened GSMc closed 98Hi BT14c December opened rloee1 S10IJ4 opened JlOt closed Corn No 2 opened closed October opened 48o close opeue1 W4W4JC clMed file 2 opened closed October opened cloMd 38Hc May opened 41Ho closed UJc Pork opened cloud f9J6 ary opened and closed Mar opwwd U2S TW88 opened closed Produce separator fine gathered cream fine to rood tat Ions dairies finest fresh Xo I dairies fresh packing stocks candled loeri doz Lire Oc per Ib spring chickens 64JWo pr o lota 93100 per Ib f 89 per Ib sprln docks 9o per Ib p r doi Jersey rose S2TSiM03 HOOaiJ1 per ba Wis consin per on choice 80o bn Sweut potatoes Baltimore per brl Jersey per lirL ApplenllUnoli greeo cooking per brl eatloz 1890 OCTOBER 1890 Su 12 19 A Peoples Forty Vacancy INDIANAPOLIS Oct Temple tons nomination or congress by th Democrats of the Ninth district creites vacancy for the office of secretary of state on the ticket of the Peoples and the managers are considering the matter of filling it Though Templetoa has uot indicated that be will accept the congres sional nomination the Peoples parly committee express the opinion that he will and give as a reason tbe fact thut be may be elected to congress whie there is no probability of his being elected secre tary of state It Was Real Mean of Him FEASKFOPT Ind Oct committee of ladies representing a literary club con fidingly and unsuspiciously intrusted to a the printing of tho years pro gramme A dainty and artistic pamphlet was the result satisfactory in every epect with the eiception of a small design on the outside cover There in bold appears a poll parrot It is dawning upon the club members that the wicked printer meant to svmbolize womans chatter 26 Mo 13 20 27 Tu 14 21 28 We 1 8 15 22 29 Th 9 16 23 30 Fri 3 10 17 24 31 Sat 11 18 25 ireparing for Fyth Inn Knlglita tfDiAyAPOLis Oct ar rangements are being made here hy tin local Knight of Pythias for the reception Df the visiting knights from Chicago ant Cock county who come here Saturday for the pnrpose of witnessing the confer ring of the amplified third rank by the j his appearance for trial OKeill says he j local lodses j knew nothing ot Sullirans frandalent I ore a 1 ClJevSSdAbGUflSd i against Sallivan placed in Riverside park with national A Scrlons Famlily Bow His tomb overlooks the Hudson j Oct and VwtA Came Back to Stand Trial INDIASAPOLIS Oct ONeill who was the confidential clerk of County Clerk Sullivan and was jointly indicted with Snllivan for issuing fraudulent warehouse receipts entered the criminal court Tuesday evening and gave bond for ONeill ABBREVIATED TELEGRAMS Fire at Ilion X V morning caused a los of 175000 Raphael clothing man ufacmrers of Ilonton have assigned with liabilities of 175WO to S JJike Kellj the onlv says the st ry that he will play with the Cleveland club next is a liar acid a homethief ihnothy Bradley exsheriff of Cook Bounty 111 and a man of much local njinuiici died Tuesday at his home in lres dent Harrison has nominated GMryr iVichelder of New York to be rtsitlent aud consul general to IjrtiiLrul r iiaine will not ico to Atlanta to oiwri the exposition He it doubt fui if he can make any speeches of aay before the holidays Bergen die I of heart disease at AUI Ills Saturday night He was on h ay to Dobnqne to marry the daugh ter of Profcsor Murray of tbe Lfermall Theloicftl iseniinnry there Wori hiil Sauford a negro of unsaT orv repiittiiion of Port Jefferon L Lf Mrs Grace Conkiing of eqii ndr ronM repute and who U tha auit of Sanfords two former wires Live following vere tbe ouote lionsat The Inlon stock Market opeuejl fairly active and and bUher Ililit rouijh pakiix 305 mixiJ Jot 455 heavy packing an i shiiipli loU New ViirU NEW YORK Sept 80 No 2 red winter cash do r Slll d Dociinber S1 do January Corn No mUo 1 6X do October do Decem ber Quiet but No a mixed Lanli do Octoier do Xovem3er Dull Nom inally nnchangwl Dull mowi S1L50 Qnlet and nomnal Live Stock Market drm but no trading In beeves dreiwed beef native W Sheepand LambsSheep Heady iambs dull and slow ehoep i500 19 fts lambs K75a700 Market dull live 100 ftg Could Not Tell a Lie Schoolraaam Johnny now tell mel What hare you in your hand Johnny A sliver inarm Lowell Citizen Dalhoun country Saturday A oand Qf hjs vilg Ruxal cemetery near Albany at masked men want to the boon of Drew of Martin county brother The Weather We MajExpect WASHINGTON CITT Oct following are the weather imHmtions for p rn For er followed by light rain In southern portion slitchtly cooitisontaasterly For la slightly warmer weather jerly wida For weather in northern light rain in southern portion slightly cooler easterly winds For Michigan and weather stationary 1 temperature CREAM Ite fnpertorexcellence proven in tt homes for more ban a quarter of a century It It need by the Called Ra tioned by the bcada ot the real ia Stjwregt Purest and meet Healthful Dr Prices Oeam Baking PernJer man conftaln Aninionla Uxaeor Alum9oldmlT Siting PKSng BAKING POWDKR CO New York Chicago San Franclteo St loula
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