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   Logansport Pharos (Newspaper) - October 7, 1890, Logansport, Indiana                                LOGANSPOBT DAILY PHAROS 16TH YEAE TTJESDAY EYENING OCTOBER 7 1890 JOHN JOHN OKAYS uHAYS KAYS ON NO 137 IKELAWKTRIAL8 Remarks of an English on the Subject Peer an Rmu New Ijilfst Stylos and Lowest i ricivi IrwIuttidMB the latest inanuractur Utl Stutw lijrlitod In thi rouin No 60 Show Goads Corns AHLHKIIKXTH DOLANS OPKitA IIOLSB WM MANAdEll WEDNESDAY OCT 8th IWAMATIf1 KVKVT UK THK SKAsov First appearance in thin Cily of ih Ilivorllo Yfjuiitf Marlowe In ShikcHpiures Sylvan Cumocly AS YOU LIKE IT AN EVEEKEOUBBING DIPFIOirLTT Supports by Mr Oreslui Clarke and u Bl American Company Two rows in nrfss Clrclo anil Ifov SI in Dress Circle nnil I wo first In Ciiillury SO cents Hiilancc of Sums ic ems DOLANS OPERA hOCJSE WM DOrAN PHOPIUETOtt OXK NIGHT ONLY FRIDAY OCTOBER JOth Tim El D f ami Surprises A of Money Positively the Funniest and lnot Natural Home Comedy ever Wrillon IntcrprotcM liy o capable company of liyoiB dnivlc KmniMt Gco A Hooker Danny Mann and A ciirloai of Soenorv ami Tho eruat om nnl most Ihrlllliic or thu Kousatloaal Kcmies The Iron Mills at Work Showinsr Koom with Stationar Steprii Li ry Steprii Liitfinrs IJoltd WIioHs Puf Ilainl Workiuir Slwfn etc all in opera Prices as Usual INSTALLMENT PLAN Stoves Mistakes That Are Mudo In Trying to Solve Curious Statement as to Rents In 111lunil and Tlp perary TiJul Continues To IJ 1roliQc of Lively of the Icad illfi on the Food A frlvst In Trouble CrncAon Oct Lord Braye a Roman Catholic pwr who has taken a prominent part Iu all iho semipolitical movements of the Eiglish Roman Catholic church of and whoso name has been prominent alaa In the eiiortg of the Koman Catholic arlatocracy of England lo re open diplomatic negotiations betweon thi Vatlgan nnd court of St James was in the city for n few hours yesterday and o oouso the argusoyiid and receptive Inter vloivor was onto him straightway He submitted gracefully and after saying that diplomatic relations between Eng land and the Vatican were not probable for some yours repudiated the idea that the move in that dituction waa incited by a desire to bring tho papal influence to tbe solution of the Irish problem Ho complained thui the fact of a mans ha Ing a Itiminn Catholic in England made blm the subject of suspicion as a party to Irish agitation which he docjared was an unjust suspicion A llilrrf Question to Answer What is thought will be tho probable outcome of the Irish agitation That is a problem which I cannot at tempt to auawar Since the days of Queen Elizabeth there hns been an Irish quei tlon about which English statesmen have held contrary views The letters of Lord Bacon tnem wlfch opinions as to a solution any which might almosit be an editorial in a newspaper of today Throe centuries ago them was the same difficulty owing to thu mixing up of pol itics and religion Since thak time evory minister who has attempted to solve the Irish problem has fallen into tho same blunder By a mistaken notion of the rwodj of Ireland treating them from the religious utnudpolnt succeeding minis ters have failed to accomplish that which they sought to achieve The present agi tation owes Its snccesii largely to tho fact that those In charge havo steered clear of any distinctly religious question and have confined themselves purely to the polltl enl Issue Xaml In Riiirlancl ftnd Ireland Li tho prospect of a famine In Ireland aa imminent ad reported I cannot say with any degree of au thority as to that But generally speak ing the condition of tine Itish fanners has boeu much better than that of their Eng lish neighbors for the last ten years HuntB iu England have depreciated to far greater extent thaa Iu Ireland Years the English land owners found them selves compelled to accept reduced rents Accused a Priest of Assault BEELLV Oct Flavin a priest residing in the parish of Clonmer has been arrested on the deposition of a d ying man In this the priest is charged with chasing the witness and a party of his friends from an ion anil pushing tde wit ness oyer a wall In falling from the wall tho deposition says the witness broke a leg and sustained other injuries from the effects of which he believes he cannot re cover Afraid They Will Get to Flghtloe CLONIIEL Oct hnndred hussars and 300 extra policeman have arrived at this place Their presence here ia attri buted to tbe feara of thj government that trouble icay occur between the 18th Irish regiment and the Berkshire regiment both comm mds being now quaterred in tho town Rumor of a Nationalist Split LOKDOX Oct Conservatives are Industriously circulating a report that Parnells absence from the Dublin con ference has led to a split In the National ist ranks Such a rnmor has gained cur rency in various quarters bub cannot be traced to any trustworthy source THAT MISCREANT SEIFERT Allegations Uegardlnj theMun Who Shot His Daughter at Zacon Ills PEORIA Ills Oct light has been thrown on tho motives of Charles Seifert who killed his daughter at Laoon the day after her marriage to Joseph Bax u3 Seiferts widow says that Mary the murdered girl had been the victim of her fathers Iuat This was one reason why he forbade his daughter to marry The family all knew it but they feared Seifert to that extent that it was never mantioned MrsSeifert also says her husband murdered his first wife and that Mary also knew of this fact Her father foared she would tell of it if sue ever escaped his baneful presence So he killed her to cover up his double crime Baxter waa B Bad Man Alsa It has also transpired that Baxter com mitted bigamy when he married Mary Seifert He confessed shortly after Marys murder that ho had a wife living In En j THE PENSION BUREAUS ANNUAL Hanm Gives Some Information He gardlng Work in Ills Office WASHISGTOX CITT Oct annual report of Che commissioner of pensions for the fiscal year ended June 30 last and in cluding the first quarter ot the current fiscal year of the operations of his bu reau was submitted to the secretary o o Sells Hi Estate at a Great the rt ahows that at Because He Does Not Bsleve lhe were 517 vu pensioners borne upon tiwrniLs There s ti n d were 6633v ordinal elaiini allowed during REFOJRMEE DUBOIS A Jersey Man Who Has Ideas on Land PBEOEIT AKD PEAOTIOE AGREE In Holding Unimprnved Land for Still He Not with Rough on the Investor in Acres g land He hai disappeared Baxters rief over tho death of Mary was some thing pitiful to behold and ho was the object of much sympathy Since the fact has coma to light that he deserted a wife and child iti England public opinion has undergone a change BATOXNE N 1 Oct city though populated by nos more thaa 15000 people has a full complement of million aires and paupers professional men and men with conservative liberal and radical views Within the confines Ot the village of Biyonae which Is one of the four settlements that make np this city on the bays ID a gentleman who is the exponent of a strange economic doo trlneoflaarl ovnersblp Ha is William Bradford Da ioU a man of much learn ing and wide reading and a talented elo cutionist He belongs to the radical class and has most pronounced views on all subjects Practices What He Preaches His creed teaches him that no man has the right to hold more land than he can actually use for residenoe or ot her legiti mate purposes This idea first dawned averse ainuaV value of each pension ac tha close of year was CommissionLr Rntin says that upon turning chirge of the pension office last October he discovered that a number of important changas were neces sary to secure satisfactory results and that with the consent of the secretary of the interior he made the changes ono of which was tbe adoption of the completed flies plan Explanation of the System The coraraissioper devotes considerable spuco to discussing and explaining tha present system of drawing cases from the flies for adjudication and siys that un der the system of tha completed flies the claimant a right upon a proper cer tification thnt his cliim Is complete to have it immediately placed upon the completed flies nnd taken up in iu or der for adjudloiition Claims placed upon thB completed filna are tnkcn up within a week for action and it found complete arc immediately allowed If proofs are ago npon him about a year and a half and it has grown more pronounced aver lines Nor does he believe in preaching one thing and practicing another He has demonstrated this very recently by telling at a great sacrifice certain land in Now York which he was not using This was not done because the land was a bur den to him or in fear of a depreciation as in less than five years prior to his ac qurlng It it had increased in value two and a half times No Bight to Hold Unimproved Land Sold on Weekly and Monthly Payments Call at 419 Market Street FOSTER FURNITURE PRICES THE LOWEST None but thtDost Workmanship Allowed to Leave imr Salesroom J IV Henderson and the reduction has gone on increasing from year to year until now they are glad to accept whatever they can got The tendency in England is toward the forma tion of big cltioi The difference between the Irish and English farmer is that the former agitates his grievances while the latter grumbles to himself and to his landlord but his grumbling goes no further and Irish Rents And a strange thing is shown In the relative value of land In Ireland and Eng land tcday Almost any Engliwh land owner would be glad to oxchanjfe his Eng lish farm lands Tor an equal area in Ire land Rents are more certain in Ireland than n England notwithstanding the no rent agitation The English people as a rule have no fault to find with the dis tinctly agrarian phase of this agitation As lonsr as Is no attempt to disrupt the nnion between the two countries the sympathies of the Eiglish people are de oldedly In favor o the But when the union is menaced English sen timent Is as strong today 05 ever it was against such a proposal THE TRIAL AT TIPPERARY Bnnnn Intimates thnt Ono of tbe Defend ants is Solleriag LonrxiM Out the continuation of the of Dillon OBilon and others at Tipporary yesterday OMahony one ot She doemlantR was not present and his counsel presented thecertificates of two Clonmol phyeicmns that ha was ill Ro nan crovn counsel objoced that the certificates ivero not competent testimony and insisted that tho physicians should bi themselves In court to testify Dillon said the certificates would have to do as the doctors refused to come and testify Upon Konaus motion the court was ad Jon mod for an hour to enable the crown todecida whether to dismiss tho charge agnlnst OMabony Another Ruction In Court Upon tho reassembling Of the court Bo nan stated that the prosecution had tele graphed to tno doctors in Clonmol re questing them to ojCHtiiino OMahouy and had sent a third fromTIpperary to visit nnd examine the defendant Ho expected that the doctors would appear In court later and testify as to Oilahonys condition and ho thiMHfore asked thnt the court take a further adjournment In the course of his remarks Rouan said that OMahony through his solicitor hail placed tha court at defiance This rtmark almost raised a MIGHTY STRICT CONSTRUCTION Campaign Literature Defused Transpor tation Through the Mails NEW ORLEANS Oot Eaton seizad a largo quantity of cam inign literature passing through the nulls ou the ground that it violated the millottery law In the present political ontcst gninm on in Louisiana over tha ex tension tho charter of tho Louisiana State Lottery company tha Progressive league n new political organization has taken thu view that the otlar of the lot tery company to give 81350000 a year to tho state should be accepted Vlohitoi the AntiLottery Law It sent out a number of pamphlets in Concerning his opinions Mr Dubols says I began to think the matter over gome time ago and have never since been able so persuade myself that I was doing the right thlpg In holding land that I wai not actually using I maintain that a man who holds property unimproved while others near him are improving their he may be a very nice man a thief stealing from the Material AT PHRL7I1TS 12thSt Drue Store mm AND epression Sottr r MI Inrolnnurr Loses Spr Iily lit eenj riot Billon said it was false and OBrien that ic was addressed to tho people in England and a scino of confusion oc currtd Rotinn repented his remarks again and iigain Dillon who was very angry loudly denial them The wrangle continued for some time but finally Rinau curried his point and court adjourned Plenty of Fooil In Ireland DVBLIV CXt 7 DillonOBHenSheehy Harrlroii and Condon returned to Dublin last night after tha Tipijornry trial ad jonrned They mot n number of the lead ers it Dillons residence Dillon made a speech synij that they would not be par ties to uiy pimdins of the Irish people before the as anation of beggars The people uujht not to be forced to beg when there is plenty of food in the coun try Meeting rt Irish London LOSDOX Oct a meeting of Irish Nationalist held at Dublin yesterday John Dillon OBrien Thomas Power OConnor Timothy Sullivan and Abrani were appointed a deputation o go to America and inform the people as to the lonjition of Ireland Resolu tions were adopted approved by Parnell who was not present pledging support to the tenants demanding government measures fcr the relief of the distressed Hstricts condemning the arrest of Dil lon OBrira e ai and appealing to friends everywhere nnd especially in for funds support of the position giving the views of Washington and Jefierson on the sub ject of lotteries and containing fac sim iles of the tickets of the Mountain Road lottery conducted by Washington and Hie United States lottery chartered by the Continental congress in 1778 All these pamphlets were seized at the post office on the ground that they violated tho antilottery law Inasmuch ns they contained advertisements of the Mount ain Road lottery of 1788 and United States lottery of 1778 THE PRESIDENT EN ROUTE He Leaves the Capital on His Tour the West CITT Oct President Harrison and party loft this city jester dny at ou his trip out wast The train arrived at Clifton Forge at 7 p m At Slauuton there was a band and a great of citizens with some of whom the tbe president shook hands from the plat form of the car At White Sjlphar Springs the first speechuiaklng was had the president and Secretary Tracy re sponding to vociferous calls and Buying a few words about the resources of tho state The party will stop In St Lonis until 10 p m Saturday and on that account will not stop nt Greenoastle Ind The Knights Will Go to Law ALBAXS N Y Oct Knights of Labor in this city who were instrumental in causing tho strike ou the Central are going to make a fight iu the courts ugainat the flit of the Central railway against the knights They are to be sup ported in the fight by the general coun cil They hold that the action of the road Is In direcc violation of a law passed through the efforts of the knights in 18S7 and which makes It a misdemeanor for any corporation to coeroe or compel any employe to enter into either verbal or written agreement not to become a member or remain one of any labor or ganlzatlon as a condition of obtaining or remaining iu the employment of such cor poration May Release Alleged Dynamiters LONDON Oot is good reason to believe that the government baa decided to relesse under certain conditions a number of tha men now asrving life sen tences in British prisons for complicity in the earlier dynamite outrages or attempt ing outraged Recent investigations have proved that many of these mnn probably the majority were victims of provocateurs This discovery coupled with the fact that people He is a man starver one has a right to hold land for gain because be Js doing an injury to others I have a moral standard which I am trying to live Op to Iwm in no sen sea martyr and do not wish to be considered such What I have done I havo dono in tha interest of my fellowman I havo sold my land at a socrifics and I hope the ejrample will be beneficial Not Yet Satisfied with Himself Mr Dubols said that be should have liked to make the land free but he con fessed that ho did not hava tha moral courage to put a sign upon it offering it frea to the first one who would put It to use So said he I do not see that I have helped matters much after all I shall have the money and the other man will havo the laud and unless he puts land to some good use and employs labor upon it one man starvor has simply been displaced by another man starver How I am not at all sorry for what I have done If I havo not made the world any bettor I have at least macro myself batter and I feel the richer and freer for it NEWMAN GET YOUR GUN An Opportunity for a Lesson to the Das tardly White Caps ABSECON N J Oct little town of Absccou which is the home of wealthy retired shipowners and sea Is greatly excited Sunday night White Caps visited the town and placed the fol lowing notice on tha front door of John Newmans house If you dont discharge your house keepeir before Monday night we will make you a visit and whip you within an Inch of your life WhiteCaps Why suoh a notice should be given to Mr Newman Is more than the citizens can understand He is wellknown and high ly esteemed The conduct of both him self aud housekeeper has always been considered perfectly proper by their neighbors The housekeeper has not been discharged Costly Flro at Chicago CHICAQO Oct sixstory build ings S37 and SB9 State street were com pletely gutted by a fire last night which originated in tho chemicals of the photo graphing establishment ot N C Thayer The following are ths principal losers Emerich Ontflting company loss 000 insurance 315000 Thayer photographer loss 830000 insurance 825090 McVeigh Partie wholesale saddlerst loss 000 insurance The loss on the build ing Is S700CO fully covered by insurance lacking a call is immediately made upon the claimant to supply the deflciencyand upon the reojlpt of the requlrod evidence tho claim ia again taksn up for considera tion for Its Adoption The soldier who is entitled to a penslo and promptly furnishes the required ev dance to establish his claim shoul I hav his case disposed of without delay B should have the right to notify ths offic that he is ready for trial and not to b compelled to await the action ef a fil clerk In drawing his claim for howeve diligent the filo clerks may bo it Is possible for them when thero are a mil lion claims pending as is now the case to hrve such knowledge of their condition as to enabo thorn dally to select the cases which should hive precedence iu adjudi cetlon because of their priority ofcom pletion The result of the adoption of the new system he says has been that th adjudication of claims lias gone ou mnoh more rapidly than ever before The Disability Act The report furuishei a statement show ing that since tho disability not was passed the bureau received in July Au gust and September past 1S76T20 letters relating to disability claims and sent ou during the simo period 485402 replies The commissioner thinks that probably ono hundred thousand of these claims can be allowed Ilo speaks of tha disability aci as thefirst iu the history o thj world which grants petitions for disabilities not proven in the line of duty and as a law which recognlzM a higher obligation on the part of the people to disabled veter than wns ever before formulated GOOD PAY MAKES EM LAZY The Charge That London Dock Compa nies Agitinnt the Lpboiers LONDON OLL 7 IB believed that a contest Is imminent between the ship Ovners nnd dtck companies on the ono side nnd the dock laborers cc the other The owners camplain that though the dockers since the new rates of pay went into effect can eun in many cases nejirly each a day they do not appreciate thoir good fortune but are 1issy careless and insolent It U aleged that while a vessel can be discharged of her cargo and re loaded at New York in ono weak the same amount of work as done by the London dockmen occupies a fortnight The Dock era union pays no attention to complaints baaed upon thb conlitKia of and tbe bosses declare tlai If the annoyances continue to be experienced a general look out will become imperatively nacessary They Celebrated German Day MILWAUKEE Oct day was an eminent success in Milwaukee and the procession eclipsed anything ever seen in city Thero wore rriles of floats with allegorical designs hundreds of marching men and horsemen belonging to various verelns and the streets were crowded by the population of this and adjoining filt les After the procession speeches were made by Governor Hoard Mayor Peek Paul Bechner and F W Catzhausen BURLINGTON Ia Oct thousand people came here yesterday to participate in the exercises conducted by the local Germans The grand parade was the feature DETHOIT Oct day was cele THE INDIAN A WIEE Proceedings of Methodist and Baptist Churchmen APPOERTMHTTS TO TEE DISTBIOTS The Supreme Council of tie Bail reay i Federation Called In Too Many Wives The Peoples Party To He on the ance fnforced with on Mase Ball Prospects CRAWFOBDSVILLE Ind Ind th meeting i f the Northwest Indiana confer ence Monday S P Calvin and J H Cis sel were chosen by ballot as ministerial and Clem Studebaker and A R Colborne the lay delegates to tho ecamenlca conference to bo held neit year Clm Stndehnker J W Greene S T Cooper and R S Tennent were nominated ai trnstCLs for DePauw A List of Appointments The following apcolntments for the ein suing year were read at the closing usa lion Crawfordsville elder H M MIddlaton president of Clark university and member of Craw fordsville quarterly conference W H Hickman Frankfort elder J A Clearwater Greencastle DUNLAPS brated by a series of demonstrations the leading feature of which was a parade participated in by about German Americans elder A A Gee La tayette Congress street E M Dunklo Jarger Ninth street A W Wood Trin ity F Craft LaPorte ng elder Samuel Beck Valparaiso dis trictPresiding elder J L Smith East Chicago D Tlllotson The Baptists In Session MUNCIE Ind Oct fiftyeighth session of the Indiana Baptist ccnvention convened ia the Fimt Baptist church in this city Monday night Thu address of welcome was delivered by L A Clevenger and was responded to byj J W Billlugsley president of tho convention The convention then pri oaeded to organize by appointing commtii tjes after which further business waa postponed and an eloquent sermon wus delivered by J J Riley of Bloomlngton Ills The convention then adjourned for the day THE RAILWAY FEDERATION A Call Issued for a Meetl eg to Consider the Texas Trouble TERRE HAUTE Ind Oct Master Sargent of the Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen who is president of the supreme council ot the Federation of Railway Employes Moaday issued a call for a meeting of the council at Houston Tex Thursday next to consider this ihreatcned strike ou the Homton nnd Texas Central raiirond This trouble is tho first instance in which tha race ques tion has entored Into the consideration of grievance brought before the Fedea tion Seems to be u Race Row Secretary Debs said that the white em ployes are endeavoring to raise the wages in the south but colored labor can be procured cheaper Colored railroad men lave organisations throughout the south but they are not permitted to affiliate with he whlta organizations Mr Sargent left Monday aighf for Bt Louis where he will meet a grievance committee of the Mis iourl Pacific and then proceed to Houa on Movements of the Peoples Party TERHE HAOTE Ind Oct Tames H Allen chairman has culled a meeting of the sfcite central committee of he Peoples party at Indianapolis when Governor Hovey aa chairman of tbe elec ion board will be presented with peti lons from nil parts of the state asking hat the ticket be printed by the tate on the official ballot The commit ee will also select n candidate for secre Hatsf and Winter Styles PREPARE FOR WINTER By Ordering Your OVERCOAT OR SUIT Merchant Tailor Quality of Goods and Workmanship the best to be had Our aim is always to please No misrepresentation for infants and Children cures CoHe OotMUnatton recommend It as superior to any prescription I Soar Stonjach Diarrhoea Eructatio ny prescripti n JL Anemia JI D W So Oitard St Brooklyn it I WuISitlSjarioM Kills Worms givo gteep and prnmtHm fas CIMTAUH CoKPAjrr 77 Murray Street W of Cfuwtorasvilio tell OK his wa killed ary of state to fill the vacancy caused ly he declination of Leroy Templeton Downhearted About Hase Ball INDIAKAPOLIS Oct Brush f the old Indianapolis team left for Ohl ago Sunday night and from there will o to Ntiv York tot the League meeting hureday He takes rather a no blood was shed by them and that they have already endured the heavy punish ment ot years in oonviot priions has In duced the government to recommend to the crown to give merciful recoaalderati on to their cases P A SlsvrbleCutters Xatlonal B nlotu Xsw iOBK Oct A convention of delegates from local unions of marble cutters throughout the country met in Chimney Corner hall Twentyfifth street and Sixth avenue for the purposn ot lorntint a national organization Tha session was openad at 10 a m with O B Smith of Allegheny City la the chair Committees on credentials resolutions and permanent organlaation were ap pointed and an adjournment was taken until 10 a in Tuesday in a 31 adonis xTorroom ST Louis Mo Oct rA riotous scene took place last night in a low negro diva on Eleventh street When officers at tempted to arrest Harry Duncan one of the party of negroes the negroes assanlt el the officers and in the fight which en sued in the barroom Officer Brads was instantly tilled Officer John fatally cut and Harry Duncan was mftf tally wounded 2ovel Plan te KallC a Conspiracy CossTAKtrsoPLE Oct local pos tal service has been suspended the object being to prevent the contamination of a conspiracy against the government evi dence of the existence of which been discovered Sort of Mulunl Forgiveness WASHINGTON CITT Oct United Veterans composed of soldiers who fought on both in the late war met last night and reaffirmed its declaration of principles to which objections were made by a number of G A R posts The clause to which objection was madede clared that men who did their duty as they saw It whichever side they ivere on were deserving of honorable recognition Comte de Paris to Mrs McClellan TSEXTON N J Oct leaving Trenton yesterday afternoon the Comte Paris sent the Hollowing cablegram to Mrs Gaorga B McClellan who is resid ing at Tunbridge Wells England I am deeply impressed by a visit to the grave of my beloved chitif I send you expres sions ot my sympathy and wishes for your welfare Dyspepsia Causes a Suicide STRACTSH N Y Oct Joseph Miller a nighly esteemed and respectably connected old lady arose from her bed at an early hour yesterday morning and threw herself into a cistern where she was found drowned by her husband at day break Acute suffering from dyspepsia is assigned as the cause of the suicide Tfce Dlion Off the Bocks DOMTB Minn Oct H B Dlx on which was on the rocks at Chicago bay was released last evening without any InjViry She came off very easily and reached port last evening Heavy fog was the cause of the difficulty Covlngton Republican CINCINNATI O Oct election In Covington Ky waa conducted by ballot somewhat similar to tho Australian sys tern Hitherto the method of voting has been viva voco The result was the elec tion of Major J T Thomas Rep by a majority of Hfl They also elected three of the five aldormen and divided equally the council and school board It ia twen tyfive years since a Republican mayor h been elected and Jack Reid wounding J H man Tongh Time for St Louis Pool Rooms ST Lonis Oct St Louis pool rooms hrwe suffered tremendous losses during tha past month and seven book makers are broke It is estimated that has been taken from them Roohe anrt Wider hive quit and W B Eaton a representative Lovell of New York lost in six months Thej Went In With uked Lights WILEESBARBE Pa Oct Mc Langhlln and James Loftns were badly burned Saturday by an explosion of gas in Xo tshaft of the Pennsriania Coal Co t Pittston The gas had accumulated in an unused chamber which the men entered with naked lights Campbell Calls an Extra Session COLUMBUS O Oct Camp has called a special session of the gen Tal assembly to meet In this city Oct 14 lo take action in regard to his alleged Joverjof crookedness in the Cincinnati board of public improvements and the re fusal of Mr Reeraelin a member to n algn when asked to do so The IVeather We May Eipeoi WASHIXGT Crrr Ot following tha weather indications for from S p m For pooler fair freaiher windj For fair weather west erly winds FJT Lower Fair weath ar by rains in castor portion north stesterly winds stationary temperaWLre For Cpper Michigan weather stationary temperature variable For Wisconsin bjEhoners in western Still well and another in tempenitnre vari 1 ble winds For IowaFair weather If winds etalipaary tempOTatare nought Sliver a Little Cheaper WASHDCOTOK CITT Oot B offerings at the treasury department Urday amounted to 780000 ounces of thi amount tire department purchased 300000 ounces st prices ranging from SI 1315 to tl1233 Fatal Boiler Explosion S Ga Oct A boiler in a gin house at Luclla eight mileff from here exploded yesterday killing Isaac colored and fatally view of the base ball outlook and says hat he does not see how any compromise between the League and Brotherhood can estore tbe Interest In the game He does ot see how Indianapolis can possibly ftord the luxury of a team in the jeague Taken In for Bigamy KOEOMO Ind Oct C L Arbuckle as arrested Sunday in this city by Officer aylor for bigamy upon an affidavit orn out by Eliza J Arbuckle of Fair field About five weeks ago Arbuckle wns married to Miss Bartholomew in this city and all wau sorene until the arrival of Eliza Jane who also states that Ar bucklo has an undivorced wife living in Deculur county and that she has come to stop the wild career o her muchmarried liege lord They Were gelling Footage Stamps BLCOMINOTOS Ind Oct Monday evening the city marshal arrested two knife and Sunday afternoon the corner stone of new German Reformed church at Terre Haute was laid the ceremooiiw being con ducted both In English and German Gov Hovey is qnotod as being very out spokenagainst the rjver and harbor bill passed by congress He is said to hava called it a regular logrolling measure ABBREVIATED TELEGRAMS A strike s brewing on the Erie railwa the engineurs being the who are dis satisfied A syndicate of British capitalists has purchased John Roachs ship yards at Chester Pp Formal consent has been given by the war department to tho piling of thj lake basin for the Worlds Fair at Chicago Governor Priuoe of go New Maxtco esti mates the population of that territory ttt census enumerators only 180030 butthe gave It Some vandal Sundn y last cut out of goins postagji suspicious characters who were from house to house selling stamps When examined a large number of stamps of various denominations were found The men gave their names us George Bender and Charles Wolf and are thought to be members of the gang who are robbing postofficea in thii sect ion Gennan Dajat Gvani vUle EVAXSVILLE Ind Ojt street was one bluze of light Monday night and the city was filling up vrith srangers fiom the surroumding towns Governor Hovey and staff arrived at noon and will review the parade The night parade will be the finest ever attempted In this sec tion of tbe country Hacked Into an Abjsn fcHELBTTiLLE Ind Oot evening while Turner Castetter and his wife were out riding their horse backed over the abutment of the Blue river bridge taking the buggy and occupants with it Mrs Castetcers leg was broken below the knee Will Go to Lower His Record TEEBB HAUTE Ind Oct great stallion Nelson that now holds the record of K will be sent Thursday to lower his record frame In lha Chicago Art Institute beautiful painting by Miss Gwynne Prise a local artiat A circular churches in taking the tian off all secreo aociet iesex sept the Masons At the meeting of Methodist minister of Chicago Monday the movement to re store the Bible to the public schools waa indorsed by resolution A report it current In Syracuse N Y that tho engagement between Mr Wil kinson and Miss Winnie Davis Jeff Da vis daughter has been broken off Mrs Jarnia Colejr died in on Oct 2 tit the advanced age of years and 8 months She had been b muff taker for 300 years and TlmeljAdvice from a Drowning Moo Mr Arthur Jones brother of Mr Frank Jones the blacksmith at Manatee village and a son of Jlr J C Jones of Saraaota was sailing on tha river b tween Palmetto and Palma Sola Sept 10 when he fell overboard and being unable to swim wsa drownei It is sail that there were three ladies on the boat with him and when he rose he called to them to cast anchor and lower the sail A squall was coming and but for this timely advice which few would have thought of giving under such dr cumsterjces in all probability the boat would have been capsized and they too would hava been drowned Mr Jonei was a young man about 32 years of age Florida TimesUnion HE MARKETS QnotMUns on tbe board were as fellows WheatNo f October OPWMlt B89c closwl December opened fLfltm closed May opened eloM4 a local artiat CornNo 2 Octobsr osMaSl iSSL A circular was read in Roman Catholic December opened 9Me Vitr opened closed 4ift opened iSO closed 81180 cloned I1187H en closed closed Prodoce separator frail as a gill waa rerf Dr Mary V Lee who is in charge of the physical culture class in tbe Oawego N Y state normal school has issued an order forbidding tbe wearing of garters by her girl jiuplis Alfred Wanamaker of Reading Pa claiming to be a coubln of Postmaiter Genernl Wanamaker committed it St Louis Saturday b ecanse he bad recently lost a leg Among the corporations licened by oif state at Sprlngfleld ills Monday was tbe Mount Oarrnel Navigation ciompany to operate at r with a capitalization of 1620000000 It is stated that there are 15000 colored children in liew York city wlthont school iccommodatiocs and tlie colored people charge that tho school authorities are dU iriminatiug in favor of white children Jndge L Lawis of ihe New York su preme court has refused the custody of a hild to its mother because the latter Is Christian Scientist and let another ohild lie vitbont medical attendance trusting In prayer Dr Parker the well known Congrega tional preacher of London devoted bid ermon Sunday to a for the banish mtnt of wine from the oomnrtnnion table The sermon was sixty seconds long He the use of walar Birchall the convicted murderer of young is reported to have made partial confetaion admitting that he trjrnamUed a Saloon SlABTtxsv nix Ind Oct saloor Morgantotm was destroyed with an acccsiory bat not the actual mar entire contents Monday morning at 4 derer 9f Benwell The murder he oclock by the explosion of m charge i5n a msn name Graham but no one De of dynamite thought to hava been placed ievis him by village HoocUr Xrm Henry Panl of Huntington TOM acd Untally killed by a companion wbolo Minting tie aoc of W JOaah 0 A TroljDemocratic Terdlct yon gay Tom that you have one infallible wnle law telling a gentlemawn in the stweete wbat Is it he liirta per B fine gathered cream dairliML Fresh condlod low off ltd doE Llvo pultry Chickens 4pnM cliloonis ft turkeys Choice to fancy hu WlBOTnsin HiTOc sweet JOKperhbl Illinois irreen eooklnc ror bbl eating WXttM Union stock yards UOH Market active and stronc hnilOB hiithur light grodcs rough Back ing mixed lois heavy packing and shipping lots Kew York MK Oct 2 red winter cato do November Jo cio May tLlOH Coniro WKc cash do October STc 4o do Dwwmlw Sfyf etrong Ko 2 mixed cash 46a4SUf Ryo and barleyN PorkUull mess c hanged Live Stock Tradi iu dulls poonet M native atetn ta u MS and CoUiMdoa Mb and drr cw oalio W4 Tradl ng very dull for butt iind and prices declined He per S4 SJti f 1u lamJje tsJoSeTS ket flrmer live hogs y loo Jba POWDER Absolutely A cream of tarter twkijje powder of all In leavening 8 ment Bevort 17 UN   

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