Wednesday, September 18, 1895

Logansport Pharos Tribune

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Logansport Pharos (Newspaper) - September 18, 1895, Logansport, Indiana f 1 E0GANSPORT DAILY PHAROS 20TH YEAR WEDNESDAY EYEOTSFG SEPTEMBER IS 1595 John Grays CORNER ON READY MADE SHEETS Save your time aod labor of mak ing nod have them ready to put on the ted Sale will continue through this week lasts Please come while the supply HERE WE ARE Dp with the times In now lii WATCHES DIAMONDS NO ES ANI SPECTACLES BEST MONOGRAMS Mndvin the city nt 410 IJroudwny so JEWELER O1TICIAN The Choicest Line ever see the city Soldac Resonable Figures J 504 Broadway GO TO yon HAMMOCKS CKOQTJETS PICT0KE FRAMING BLANK BOOKS STATIONERY SHEET MUSIC MOSICBOOK ALSO Planes and Organs GUITARS MANDOLINS VIOLINS RAUPS STRINGS ETC A fullJine of school books and school sup Plica ol all ktatld 413BROAD WAY FOR ADRY SUNDAY Nsw York Republicans Take an Explicit Position KATE GOES TSEOUGH OTHEEWISE We Offer a Remedy WlilchlnstirisSufo ty 10 Lire or Mother und Cllla TO YOUNG Mim Ll f I W k W MOTHERS FRIEND ROBS CONFINEMENT OF ITS PAIN HORROR AND RISK v My wife used only two boltlcs She was cusily and quloltly rtjlloveil Is now dotnf Sent by J S MORTON Barlow C by express or moll on rocolpt of nrlco iicr botuu Hoot TO MOTUEUS lunllotl free UIIADFIELDREGCLATOB CO ATLANTA GA H01UUY ALL lilt UUC15TM YOU suffer from Nerv cv Proatra Loat Manliood m Impoto ocy Sightly Emiit Shrunken or Undeveloped Organs Youthful of Tobacco or milor r BJ vt 1P Forpfclo by R If Lrrtmnirnnrt WE GUARANTEt to euro you lit rertuid iud we bf oH at Box 6 UOXM for Salesman Wanted want mi Hcuvp or woman In tivvry town to litintUuuur fuatMllluibouttolioIii rtpociultlc for cjih or Stfiidy work tiUirnl com mul jimmpt Ital nxiulrod Write for jmrticulurs A J COXROV 411 Iu 117 Hmw Mrwt Cincinnati Ohio t Bunt Agency UuUatin America The Station Bntdford and Columbni JKAVI MtMi am a m Philadelphia i N 31 Richmond 100 a m 2S a m IndUnopolls A 110 am316 a m Rimer a m 1250 a c down Point A 30s am 12 15s re Richmond 545 a m M1J80 p n Crown Point Jt ffOO a m 7 20 p IE Monttocilo Kffnor t I 00 a m p m 4JMp m RTvrr local 8SO m 10 p m luL spoilsitoulsviUelS4fpm llpo Rich mt id 350 p m 120 p m Bradford 155pm lWpn Xoir York 155 P m 100 p m XouttcoUo 230 p m 715 a m 125 P m l15p m Chkxitroa 4SO p m liSOp m Koknmo 80 p m MldO n rt Bradford and Columbust 4SO p m p n J A MoCULLOUQflAzent Lopansport LOOAS3POKT It Wiiyro ncoDtDOdsUcra ex Sunday a n Klin Kxpran Sunday a a n Acooromooatlon for vvesx w a Kanw ex Sunday p m lAtavene acoommoeistJon ttr3un p m Louis Kxprew p m ML HTKR rurrsiox wKsrsroit IXX1AK8PORT AXX JX KAftTSOCXD loava er 9S a ro Aooomwodnfoo leave ex Sundav p m IOWT Aocomodatlon m m ITanlf Added to tho Platform by the of the Itoclaratlon Morton Named for of the United UNjffcr Tolln Memphlj Importer His oil tho Political Situation SAIATOCA N Y Sept state Republican convention closed Its session lait night after following very closely the work mapped out by its leaders It named tills ticket for presentation co che people of tie state in Xovoinbcr noxc For secretary of state John Palmer of Albany comp troller James E Roberts of Erie rftaio treasurer A B CoKvin of Warren state engineer C W Adams of toniuy genera F E Hancock of Onon dpifja judge of che court cT appeals Gelora E Mnrcin of Broomo The platform de rnundH enforcement of the Sunday liquor Iiuvond preservation of tho Sabbath Ic denounces tho Democratic administration failing co defend tho rlghci of Ameri can eitlzons resident or trnyelingin for countries and for permitting for eign countries to encroach on the western hemisphere Morton Named for Preftldfint The handling of the tariff question by thu Democratic congrcsit receives con demnation A sound and stable onr rcncy friving tho pooplo n dollars worth f or dollar is indorsed The recurn o prosperity Is hftllod as resulting from the election of u Republican congress giving confidence Co tho pooplo in the assurance that no further tariff tinkering will bo possible Tho ignorance and unwise policy of the Democrats in passing an un consctCucionrU income tax is referred to as is tho record of the Republicans In cori Kress in bhuir opposition to that law Governor Mortons wise and patriotic administration is indorsed and his can didacy for president is formally launched KltfCTVIlCIM tO IOlltlOI i The dangers to rho peoplo of a return of tho Democratic party to power In this state nro portrayed assorting that cho sumo men who havehoen repuduvced by thovotora are still in charge of Che affairs of thu Democratic parcy in this and that their reCurn to power will moan but u repetition of the old outrages Thti Raines ballot rofoim law Is pointed to as tlie hose enactmcnc for ballot reform yot passed in tills state The platform fur ther forth that the demands of the pcoplu la the city ofNow York have been granted in reform A Cloud of Tli4coiitunt AppeitrH That It was a close following of tho work mapped ouc is evident from the fact that the security of Cho scute ticket was made possible by dm vote of ono man When Che morning sun broke over Saratoga it saw such Iron hound plans for the conven tion that ic was conceded that there would be no friction and that tho plans of Clio stjtto commicuo would becarried out After tho opening session there appeared on tlio horizon a cloud of discontent that grow so rapidly that at 3 oclock the fate of tho state officers seemed Co bo sealed against renominncion The trouble arose over the contest for seats in the first dis trictand hingort on the seatingof tlie con tosring delegation headed by Congress man Afahany Ono Toto Averted tho Trouble j everything apparently running smoothly the leaders wore suddenly con fronted with thu statement made by Scacu Committocman Gvnrge Urban jr and Scnncor Persons chac if tho Mahahy dole was sentod tho Eriu county dologiir tlon would leavo Cho oonvontion and Roberts name would be with drawn from cho convention thus breaking the slato tho convention met tho xJnJniiGteoreported against It was learned tlmtdie vato was 16 againsC and for tho deciding vote having been cast by Wheeler of Ucica T3uis was the caUistrophu averted Iry Sunday lit Gotham The ncarost approach to a break in the plans came when Warner intrO duccd Ills rcsolucion for tJio protwClon of the Aiuorican Sabbath and tho carry ing one of cho excise laws Tho Icmlers who had proclaimed jigainst any excise action accepted tho situation and die re sult was cliac all friction ceased Acclon on tho enlargement of tlio stato commic tue wits cablod and local Sunday opcion for couiitios was also killed THAT 1UY SUNDAY Pussts Xliiiinimoiisly Aftor Warner 3Iilltr llud IMiido a Speech Tha Sunday amendment which may have such au effect on tho Now York city rfr suit was offered by Wnrnor Miller and is as follows Resolved That wo favor cho maintenance of che Sunday laws in cho intoivst of labor and morality Mil ler said I need noc toll this convention that the eyes of cho pooplo and tho nation aro on this convention to sec what ic will do with1 Cho vital question of tho hour Ic must moot this question It muse docido upon It as it has done in the years gone tho inCcresc of morality and vir tue fitr thoonforcemont of law In tho interests of labor and tho working classes Tho leoilCT of tho Democratic party has sent out a message to Cho people advising that the laws bo not obovcd and Democratic national con ventioiis would declare againsi free silver and che free silver meiabers of chose par ties would have co submit or join the Popu lists Ho did noc believe chat any part based on tho single Issue of silver ecu win GREATEST RACE OF THE YEAR Five Cruck Go tor the ftegula Stake at GravrfceDd XEW YORK Sept was great day ac tho Gravcsend track itww tho opening of the fall season with th greatest race of the year as che feacure The attendance was light when che attroc Clous wen taken into consideration fo barely 50ft1 people appeared AU durin the year off ores have beon made tobrin the flvft best handicap horses in tralnin together and finally without any agree rnenc che Brooklyn Jockey club had sui ceeded in getting iato choir regular stike with Houry of yavarre Kay e Santa Anita Domino Clifford and Sir Wai cor Ac che post Domino acted like a demo and refused to break so It was ten ruin uccs before they come up to che starter I line and the red flag dropped Sir WiT was thu flrsc to show and came into th screech for che flrsc time under a gencj pull with Rey el Santa Anita sccon Henry of Xavarre third Clifford fourt and Domino lose They came slow down In fronc of tho stand ac littl more than an excrcLso gallop nearly all o thorn buckjumping FIftychree second was che timo Co cho half mile Then Tarol urged Domino and passe Clifford Ac che threoquarccr Sor Walte was loading with Xnvjirro third Ac rh mile Domino was beaten while Sir Walce BCiH led buc was in trouble wich still in third place Then cho latter cam on passed everything and landed a win nor in Clifford was second and Si Walter third POLITICS AND CRIME CONNECTED Paper of Bead i the Prison Sept sonfiacion was cre ated in the Prison Congress by a paper on Politics und Crime written by Amo G Warner professor of economics an social science in tho Leland Stanford anJ verslcy of California and read by John N Drydtin of Kearney Xeb If the itself is under the influence of criminals says the doctor boldly plunging Into hi subject how can it hope Co reform crim Inals Setting a chief to patch a thief wa nn oldtime doctrine bur the plan of sec ting a thief to reform a thief has never yet beeu dofondod The representatives of the wich which criminals arornosC fre quently brought into concoct are police men police justices fthuriffs sheriffs dep uCies und jailkocpcrs only a shade if ai all better than the criminals themselves Tho paper started a warm discussion aud brought out a number of protests Warden W E Hale of San Quentin Col who for six years prior to assuming charge of the prison had boon sheriff ol Alanicdu county said chat ho wanted Co brajd somu of die allegations as to cor ruption in California as false Mr Hale chought it was shameful for a man of the standing of tho professor to make such sweeping und general charges aud he could not sic still under chem It was tho SLncimenC of clio delegates chac a man of Professor Warners standing would noc make such brood assertions unless ho was ublo co back chem up The paper was or dered fllod and thanks senc Co cho pro fessor Triul of Durrnnt SAX FPAXCTSCO Sept the trial of Theodore Durrani Martin Quinlan an attorney supplied auocher missinglinkj testifying that he saw Durritnt and o young walking on Bartlctt street coward Kinannol church abouC p m April 3 Tho defence tried to impeach his reliability but David Clarke who accom panied Quinlan corroborated all Quiulan had said regarding his movements Mrs Caroline Lcake then testified that she saw Durrauc and a young enter che church on tho afternoon of April 3 She was positive lluihvay Track Completed CinCAGO Spc be tween tho Chicago and Alton and Toledo Peoria and Western railways regarding tho use of the hitters cracks from Wash ington Ills to Pokin by the former have come to a successful conclusion Arrange mcnts have also boon made whereby the Alton secures the right to use Clio cracks of the Peoria and Pckin Union railroad from Pekiu to Pooria nud terminal facili ties ac Peoria Susan li Anthony Faints ROCIIESTEK X Y Sept Su san B Anthony was seized with a faint ing spell in a photograph gallery and for a time those who wore presenc wera seri ously alarmed Miss Anthony was about to sit for a photograph when che attack began Medical assistance was immedi ucoly procured and aftor restoratives were administered she recovered consciousness and was taken to her home VANDALIA LINE Leave Losansport for the North Noi 58 Tor St Joseph daily ex Sunday CL m Ko W ror St Joseph daily ex a m S6 for St Joseph dally 4 SO p m No 54 for Bt Joaeplx daily CT Sunday p m Ho W tnlu for Sr Joseph Sunday m SOB THX SOUTH Sun r or Haute doily er Sun m NoW St Joe SHUQ TS cryingCo make political oapitalloucof tiiis question by tellinga ieislniHClnHs of hey support iho Demoaroeio party they sluili bo glvenumoreliberal Sunday opposed tlie local option Idea and whun ho closed Lautcrbach asked to have tha resolution rpjid It was road and Lauter txick waving his hands in ft dcprecacloi of calls for him to go Co the platform goodRepublican can objocc To that Applausel Tho amendment was adopted unanimously and then cho selec tion of nominees was cakon up Alter one jlaeo on the ticket had been voted for it was seen that there would be no flght agaiust cho sliice and the tickec was made up by iicclaiuixcion There is a general rejoicing here on tho results of tie convention The opinion of he majority i6f the dolegrtces is thac thq idoption of tie Sunday enforcement plank s a clever movement that will aid the It is conceded chat tho Xsmocrats neit week will pass a resolu ion favoring local option and this will make clearly the line of division bccween toetwo is particularly leased over the work Ho has urged ver since his arrival ihMths parcy take omti on the mutter aud Millers rtartk on platform ho belloven will answer the purpose riiFFEJi THE BOND MATTER Repudiation of Any Addl tiombl Issues MEMPHIS Jept IS Senator Peffei passed through che city yesterdoyen TOUJC o CbJcfcamaaga celebration He was interviewed while atbreakfast and reiter ejcpre5sedintention TO introduw in senate next session a reso luuon forthejtepudiation of any addicion alrxadsthatniay be issued land All xthe bonds is suecUy this administration he said were Ulegal Aakeilwhy ie nas not already moved toiavetheiu declared Ulejal le re plied becansa tie people seem na havD been sstis2ed with the result He expiwssel the opinion char thepresi denewouldnrge tie new congressto pass an act ainJioritinf lie the jie Condition of the Gold Reserve Sept to the treasury department show chat In gold was withdrawn yesterday from the subcieasnry ac Now York for export and time in gold was deposited by a Rochester bank which offsets cho with drawals leaving tho crue amount of che reserve ac cho closo of busius S953S252S Hope AVji Fjithvr to the Report X Sept IS At the foreign office che report is denied Jiat tho pone had ac cepted tho plan of reform in the udmiuis tion of affairs iix Armenia which was sub FOES NO LOGGER The Blue and the Gray Meet on Old FightingGrounds ATLANTA EXPOSITION OPENED President Cleveland Starts tue Mjichinflry from Cray Gables ATLANTA Sopt This morning at 6 oclock the gates of the Conxra Statesla tcrnanomT exposition were thrown ajar for 120 days Unril the bolls in tho chimes EVENTS AT CHIOZAMATTSA BEGIH in the cower toll die knell of the dying year the exposition gates will be open to Thi tie world Half of die nations of the State Delation Today Their wcre in che ppjcossion on the OnceXed flying jje Cfle mosl prommenC emora Altjreld TUcKinley and Others AiI of country iddrcssed lihdnwd rlve to Lranltlie Ceremoittet forTheir Be ntnde that gathered in the AudicCdum to spcctjlve Son of Veterans Givo KiioxvlUe Great ParaJo T i CHATTANOOGA Sept lSPeoplo ore pouring inco this region almost as thick witness the formal inaugural cieKi A wirfi hod been put in from BllZZard9 Bay tle tclgraph station for Gray Gables Qf Cleveland and an ochcr llldljcia pu in fronl tie Audi and fast as they did thirtythrcc years ago tcrium Co rile Jlachinery bnilding Whcn But cbey are noc all men this time and the time lor touching the button arrived thev are not armed though some of the che wires were cleared and an operacor in of che north and of tho j che Auditorium notified another operator accircd in their array regi mentals Many of these old fellows have cheir wives and children wich chem and j at Gray Gables The wire running into uics uu tho big Prick engine which they have bees looking over the bactletteia drives the shafting of the machinery and whore they fought so fiercely thirtythree years ago Xo one will over know tho j number of people that have come heru from all parts of the north and south General Boyncon soys that che visitors BIS strung along from Sherman tc the far end of Chickamauga All the hocels inns cravcrns and boarding houses are fulland chousands are camping whore chey camped on tho nighc of the ITch of September 1869 Dont Hate Yankee Doodle Any longer The passenger ugenc of the railway loading to Chatcauooga battlefield sold that his road had hauled not less Chan 5000 people there This was uot nearly all who wenc out Many went out on the electric car Jincs and then took carriages Chactanooga citizens have chrown the Cown open co the visitors and if any ol Chem did ac one time a hatred foz Yankee Doodle ic has long since died ouc Evoryching that human ingenuity could devise for che comfort of tho old sol diers has beeu done by che enterprising dwellers in ChaCCanooga The Ohio visit ors made a grand demonstration upon the arrival of Governor McKinloy He came in from Knervillc over cho Southern road and was met at the station by che Ohio commission with carriages a military band tho Toledo Codecs and che Four teeuch regimenc Ohio National Guard Arrival of Governor Altgcld He was escorted Co che home of Hon H Clay Evans whose guest ho will be during his stay hero Governor Alcgcld of nil nois accompanied by AdjucanC General Orendorf his scoff and cho Illinois com mission came in from Chicago Governo MaCchows and his and Colonel I X Wolkur commanderinchiof of die G A R have also arrived Vice President Scevenson and family arrived lace lasi night via cho Cincinnati Souchern rail road and proceeded uC once by special Crair to their quarters at Lookout Inn Ho was mcc at the station by cho Second battalion and Nashville battery of the Tennessw National Guard Governor and Mrs Mor ton with che governors staff are due cc arrive today Deilicotinj Toilny The arranscmencs for the dedication ol the batcleflold of Chiefcumaugo piece Todays exercises wore confined che dodleocion of the various scate monumcnCs und Che formal turning ovei of chem Co Che uituiomil government The scaccs that ore dedicating their monu ments are Illinois Ohio Michigan Minnesota Wisconsin Massa chuseccs and Missouri The Sociccy of the Army of the Cumberland met this morn ing at 0 oclock Colonel J D Morgan ol Illinois presiding PARADK OF SONS OF VETERANS inoxville Ttini Very Elaborately Dcco for tile ruiiioiistration sorvTLLE Tcnn Sept thousand people from a distance witnessed the pund parade given ill honor of the encampment of the Sons of Vewnins 1hc ptvrudc moved promptly at 10 oclock from North KnoxviUo Captain WilliaE ilulc editor of The Journal was chicl marshal Captain Alexander Allison chicl f staff and prominent citizens chiel Marshals aixl The city was elabor ately decorated The parade was the larg jst and most imposing event ever wit nessed in Knoxvillc First came a platoon of mounted officers he chief marshal and his assistants In arriages Governor William of Ohio antJ staff Governor Upham ol Wisconsin and stuff Governor Wood urj of Vermont and stnff Past Com mander inChief Lawlcr and chiefs nni orm rtnk Knighus of Pythias Grand ominandery Sons of Veterans and dele gatos from nearly every state in tho Union J A R veterans and University of Ten lessee codecs and faculty Ixnorrrflli Le gion and Marble City guards fire depart ment school boys brigade and nilitsixy hands The governors were tendered receptions n the afternoon and they left lasi night or Chattanooga to attend the Chicka nangu park dedication the valve on the largest water pump As soon as the president closed the electric circuit che valves were opened and steam poured into cho engines As they began io occ che engineers in tho building opeued all che engines and started every machine in the hall SUSTAINED THE NEW BOARDS Xobruskui Supreme Court the Omaha Police Muddle LiycoLx Sepc supreme court has filed ics decision in Che Omaha fire and police commission cose wich che clerk of the court It is quite voluminous com prising 10000 words covering all of Che poiucs raised by che attorneys and quoting many authorities The decision in sub stance finds for the new board of firo and police commissioners and declares che act constitutional Upon che point raised by che atcorneys for che old board chat Governor Holcome did noc attend the meeting of Churchill and Russell at the time che new board was named che court held that cho inter ests of a scute or municipality are not Co be jeopardized by the acrjon of one parcy In conclusion the courc ffnilschatBroateh Vandervooit and Foster are the lawfully constituted board of fire and police com missioners of Oi3Jiuia OMAHA Sepc accordance wich che decision of che supremo court che new board of police and fire commissioners has assumed control in this city The chief of police one captain two sergeants aud others of the old police force were Imme diately removed and an order issued seating it as cho incention of Che board co execute che laws of che city and state im partially and discreecly GOOD WITNESS FOR WALLER Evidence That Will Show That tlie ExOon tiul Has Been OntiuKtid Sept of counsel for exConsul Waller and Paul Bray stepson of the lotccr have received letters from Waller showing CliaC hLs health is improving slightly As die ud vices received here ore to the effecc chat Che record of die court martini in this case cauunc possibly reach Paris before the inst at the oarliosc the statement of a French newspaper time Wallers case is hopeless is entirely diricrodicod here Au important witness in Wallers behalf and ono who ic is alleged can bo relied upon to prevent any doctoring of the conn uuirtial record will scare for the United Suites in a few days from London This is V G Woodford a civil engineer and anAmerican citizen who was in Madagtiscar ac the timo of the Wallei and is fully conversant with all ol the facts Woodford has made a concise reporc already to Secretary Olney of all the facts as they foil under his observa tion and while his statement does uot ac quic if errors of jiulgmcnc ic Li said Chat it dots show cliic he was inno cent of any crime olid chac he has boon outrageous1 v treated STATE FAIR OPEN Indications of Best Exhibi tion Ever Given FEAfUBES OP TEEAtnnTAl SHOW mitted by the powers treaty of Berlin signatory Co tlu Bicyclt Races nt Greonsonrfr GKKENSBURO Sept series of bi cycle races has ben arranged for this city on Thursday Sept 06 There aro ten ou the card and over in prizes All cho first and second prizes are dia monds thejiggregnte valueof which is A grand pivrjde of visiting wheel men will occur at ID oclock and ic is ex pected that fully tiOO vill bo in line among them about 100 ladies in gay costumes The famous Shelbjville military band will furnish tho music Caught Men Robbinff n Gruvft BUKG Scpc James Hirto and William ZwinglMder were recuming from Napoleon they a dim light in what is known as rii i Baptise graveyard Thoy approrcbod cautiously and co the1 astonishment found i conple of men at tempting to rob a grave As theynearcd ihe men sonic one wliistled keenly and che diggers fled leaving part of their tools Tho grove was chat of Ivan WiUiamson who had dftrs before from a com plication of diseoses Headqiutrtcrs Thera will not be a meeting of the Ilepublicon state com mittee this week Chairman Gowdy says At a former meeting of the J was anthorized To The heodqTiarterE Oct 1 The Ioadquaners win beopcned on that each member oi the comnjiccee will he invicedto attend a metting for general consultation looking to The best interests of the party about Oct t Confers ace at IxniiX APOIJS Sej it At the moet iajr ol the Jfethodisrconference twelve ap plicants for orders in the church were ex amined Theqntstion of adjaission of womento tlie councils of the church 13 cloirdng large atteniion andwill be de cided bj ihis conference The of tothe several coofoenct meeting in CJavelact ia 1SS5 wlwiaB cstw fully Let His Shrift Be Short FOBT SMITH Ark Supc took a ury in the United States court ouly ono our Co convict Henry Starr cho young ndian bandit of tho murder of Floyd Tilson who was crying co arrest him for uclawry Scarr formed a band out of ollowors of Bill Dolcon and was very suc cessful the Missouri Kansas and Tesas train robbery at Pryor creek and the Ben tonvillo bank robbery being chcar last jobs He is still a beardless youch call llenderand athletic wich very iritciligent pleasant face He evpressed his contempt for che jury which convicted him by speak ing of them as a pack of idiots On the Base Ball CHICAGO Sept recoiled by League base boll illubs ore as follows At 12 Washing ton 5 at Louis 0 Louis ville 5 at 10 Picts burg 7 second game Chicago 7 Pices burg a at 0 Cleve land 7 at B Boston 5 second game Baltimore 3 Boston innings darkness at New delphia 7 Xew Tort S Conference METROPOLIS Sept forcyfonrch session of the Southstrn Illinois conference of tho Methodist Episcopal church mec in annual session iii this city The day was devoted to the examination of classes and the night to the annual convention of the League AboutSoOministerS and laymen are prescnc Bishop Joyce of Tennessee U presiding CITY o MEXICO Sept roeu were killed and five njured at a bull Sght at Sawanffel on the iaccount of the floor giving is a pratry subur ban town ft favorite rainyseason resort of the aristocracy So Fight in Ti DAIXAS 5epc CorbettFitz simnions match will come off inthis city In the test glove contest case before Judge Hurt of the court of criminal appeals he held tiat there is no law in Texas against prize Ughcs Keport of Ocenn Horror BBSLTX Sept rumor thac was in circulation here thai a North German Lloyd steamship had been sunk with 150 passengers on board has been proven TM be ANOTHER REMARKABLE SHERIFF lo Defy thu Mob t the Point of int Iowder JUKI Shot Sept attempt was made just after midnight by a mob tc break into the jail ac Lexington Tcnn and take outand lynch Harrison Fuller and Frank Simpson charged with rape upon two respcctuble white women The attacking force was 200 strong broke in tlie jail door with sledge hammers and tried to get lie prisoners In che fight thac followed four of the mob were shot one named Crook faciHy The deputy shorifj who defended tho jail was some what injured Excitement runs high Pern Nnt Recognizing NEW YORK Sept special to Tho World from Colon Panama says Pern forbids the recruiting of Cuban insur gents The government has sent Senoi Orbegoza vice presidenc of Che senate to Europe on a secrec mission which is sup posed to have some reference to che deci sion a Crisis for Turkey LOVDOX Sept dispatch co Tha Chronicle from Conscancinople soys that the British ministers yacht has boon un der steam for che last twentyfour hours awaiting dispatches for che fleet Great apprehension is felt among the Turks Xoted Forger Gets Off Lightly MILWAUKEE Sept Lennos one of che most noted forgers in the councry pleaded guilcy Co tt charge of ut tering and passing a forged paper and was sentenced to two correction years in the house of Objected To I understand you are playing the races said the employer lWo cannot pormit that you know Buc I am on tha inside explained the dark I always win nearly Thats just what we are kicking oa First thing we know you will have enough monay ahead to feel chat you want a raise of salary Journal Jo Did Senator Sorghum gee his office honestly exclaimed the political worker I should say so Ho paid fur everything he got doesnt owe furasingle Washington Star Tlie Medicated Kiss Jenay kissed me when we 2f oc a once we Lrcavimj fionbt and vagne regret Jennys lips were medicated So the romance Sides away Love has lose its dearest blisses Ecintd is ifce rose ilay rf ita thew chilly drug store kisses Chicago TiroesHerald Befo de war s negro boy who was sharply reproved for having stolen and eaten a turkey replied Well you see you got less cur key but you got dat much more niggah Companion Proof of It seems to be infatuated with Jack Eappide I saw them in a dark comer of ihe porch lostnight and she seemedco be qnite wrapped up in Secord Glencoe in Scotland where accord ing to local when it is not znia ing it 1snowing the annual rainfall is 127 incite Or nearly as mnch as Sic kainAlaska The onlv InonstfositT rnantiODed Live Is Dead NEVT YOBE Sept Daltonaii 1 ectrJeliaeman 27years old was instant the Bible was the giant who bad ly MUedby grasp5igs4jve wire wiHe at gngers ca every kantf aid on wort on t electric Ugfct pole 3 in ali aad wear TVoinecs Bopartment VnHsniilly Complcta iTint the Great AmericJ Glajis VVorka Alexani Girls Testify Aguinst the S naan Kxciirsiou Train ISBLiXAPOiiaSopt fortythird Indiana hail opened Never in the history of the stato agricultural so ciety was there such a demand for space at the grounds and as aresult there are tects covering twency acres in addition to the buildings for the exhibitions This is the first yran tho board has made a special tv of stoeBiDjj che grounds wich amusc monc features tlw Midway Plaisiuice idea is beiag carried out an far as it was possi ble The women of che state havo taken every foot of space thisyear and thaii building is one of thefeatures of the fair The fair will concinue the rest of the week yesterday Old Settlers and Children day The public schools hero dismissed and manv of tho 15000 children were on the grounds Hoping for Pine Weather The members of che scace board of agri culture ore hoping only for fine weachei during the fair They believe with sunshine more people will come co Indian apolis during the fair than ever before The board spent an unusual amount ol money this season advertising the fall throughout the state and up Co dace mem bers arc convinced chac ic was money well spent Reports from all ports of tha BtuW indicate chat the fair is accraccing actcn tion and chac It will be ptttrouJ7ed The feature of the fair is che exhibition of ma chinery Altogechcr several acres aro oc cupied with this exhibit Make at Attractive Show The Womans building is particularly attractiveThe women aro taking morn prido init this year Chan theydid last be cause che board has not allowed a brewery Co make au exhibit alongside che fine arts department The farmers were a litclc slow iu getting thelragriculcural products in phice but chere was not much space vacant whenthe exhibit was opened to che public The pumpkins seem to be about the usual size notwithstanding the drv weather and the com pocacocs tur nips etc were up co the standard StaCu Senator J E McDonald who is suporih ccndent of die horticultural department says no such exhibit was over before made in the state Kcfiilts on the Race Track Of course there are horso races but flrsc days sport was marred by a rain The 3yearold trot was taken by Lou Mitchell best time tho pacoby Tommy Brown best the free forall Croc was unfinished one heat going taDavid B in and one co Dandy Jim in GREAT FIKK AT AtEXAVDRlA j yiaines Itavnge tile Greatest Plate Worlu ill the World American Plato Glass works of chis citjr caught flro at S oclock last nighc and by 10 oclock cho main building 000 feet long was en veloped in flumes The flie origiuuced from die Igniting of escaping gus from a dcfoctivo pipe in the casciiig room Tho plant was built in 1893 and had been nearly all of che time since as a result pi die depression and che complications In which Clio DePauws of New Albany che former owners lxcanie iuvolvoc Ic was reorganized thirty days ago with a capital of SlOOOOOo with Major C T Doxey bJ Anderson as president The plane is Che largest of die kind in tho world Lose week cho works wore starced with about 150 men and it was the kicencion to put on a full force next Monday Tills meant employment to about 000 workmen j Major Doxey president of tile glass works company arrived from Anderson on a snocial train with a lot of fire hose and at midnight else fire was under con1 crol The furnaces and buildings con twining the grinding machines are not in jured Doxey ordered all the debris to be cleared away and rebuilding to coiimcnce BC once The loss cannot be stated at this writing MURDER OF A POSTMASTER G Ringer Killel oy JJurglitrs mid Pwstoftice Jxoted FOET WAYSE Sept daybreak G M Singer postmaster at Dunfee Indi scacion a few miles west of here on tho Nickel Plate was found murdered in bed HLs body was badly mutilawd The post office was robbed and the grocery store plundered This is the third time in la year that Singer has been robbed and a few mouths ago he had three boys ar rested Deceised was an old soldier andio widower aod lived alone in the old frame postoffico Lately he had been bothered by the toughs around Dunfee and prepared to meetthem Two Patriotic n Session IXDIASAPOLIS Sept biennial national camp ofChe Patriotic Order ol che Sons of America began a two days sessioRhere with flfcytwo delegateK rep resenting the order in thlrtychrea states in attendance Reports ofofficers indi cated a large growthof the order outthg councryjind n satisfactory flnari Ciol condition wjthan aggregate sliip of 153000 The fourth biennial na tionalconvention of the PatrioticOrder Daughcers of America is also in session in this city with an attendance at eighteen delegates Want n Pardon for FRANKroKT Sepc petition is he ing liberally signed here which will be ecnc to Governor Matthews asking that D Caldwell be pardoned from the peni centiary Mr Caldwell is the lumbermer chant who was sent to prison for alleged counterfeiting associated with Back Harlan the notorious connterfeiter Family Bonn with TvpuoW Fever PoETLiSD Sept the family of WilliamMeczgerliving weiit of town seven are down with typhoid fever and hardly expected to live Two ore already dead Misses HadriOrr and Carter Testify Sept the cheir lives Miss Hud son and Miss Mary Carter were before the grand jory and testified to what they know about the Scanerfield gang Wiat they told has noc craaspired The iiang is wild and using every ineans co bresik down the evidence The names of undor arrest are Bill and Al Stiiison Norris Scephenson Sam Clark and William Davis They sire charged with being the leaders Another letcer was by one of the leadingdaily papers thai from the Seactezneld gangand signed Sly Ic tnnrmeratcd the things thai shemembers haddone aoddefied prosecution 250 300 50G Buys a boys suit age 4 to 15 years of j Double Breasted Coat Nevecrlp lMrf also Beefer Suits with large SaJlor Buys a boys Suit age 4 to 15 years Double Coat neverrip Pants iu several styles Goods wool yforth ts50 Buys boys strictly all wool Double Breasted Reefer Suiteseveral styles to select from Buys btrictly all wool Knee Jaats ages 4 to 15 j These pants are actually worth 00 to i We ace sole agents for the celebrated EUGENKP PEYSER brand of Collars and Cuffs 4plj 2100Linea Cuffs 5c Cuff 20o Styles 3s 4 regular price 50c We place on sale 50 dozen seconds that are equal in every way to any 50c Socks oa the market at 25 Cents D 322 Market Street THE PLAYER on Train y Sept 18 toot pos session of the excursion train bringing residents ot this city homefromLonisvllle The rroaWe started among glass and iron Dirks beer bottles eanes and fists were used Seats urere torn up all the la iwo cars was broken ouv many persons ivere cenously injured The fled and huddled togetier m tiha rear car of he train Tu trainmen were TBabte to stop tierioaagr iiaien worker ot is probftblr James T Powers says he will uot play ttt all this aaidon Tho HolUmds will play A Man With a Past throughout their Now York engage ment Eva Randolph has been engaged to sno cocid Helen Tracy In Other Peoples Money Richard Mansfields corapsny has begun to rehearse now plays at the Garrlck thea ter In New iork Nat Goodwin Thomas Q Sonbroofco and Paulino Hall have all turned from comic opera to comedy Herrmann the magician Henry E Ab bey T Henry French and William H Crane have big steam yachts Samuel Kingston manager of Thomas Is isi Xew iTork looking aboutfor a new leading woman for his stars sup port Henry Herrmann will this season piny tha role of the sneaking villain in The Fatal Card The character was originat ed byW J Ferguson Forthe Crown the new play by Cbppee Edward Vroom Is to pro duce in Uew York is a spectacular drama of the sixteenth century Julian written a rhymed opiloguo for Marie Wainwrights revival of Tho liove Chasoj which Miss will speak in the character of Con stance The last act of The City of Pleasure proved to bo very poor as produced at the Empire theater Sew York Since then It has been rearranged and is now much im proved Melbourne SfaoDowell has gone cruising on his crack catboat the Fanny D and Fnnny Davenport his wife has remained behind at Melbourne hall South Dux bury Tho Sporting Duchess the English melodrama which has been produced at the Academy of Music in Now YorJc Is counted to be the most prodigal produc tion New York has seen A Miracle in Vermont THE WONDERFUL EXPERIENCE WELLKNOWN CHELSEA MAK ILrldccm wltli Cured From tht Aryvt Fatncl JfmlflMir H Eight yean ago HutoMniM tinti from Bradford to Chelsea Vt ui bottfkl the sawmill tho latter plue HciWU knownvaa out of the stronfttt mu intlut section On Dec the mill he was struck in the back bj board which ierioaily injarad kia lif yiar nd ancapacitated him for wtrk of amy As a result of thu Locomolor Atilia Mt ll c thu ii a form of puralyiu which dtpriTM the pntient of all of tii lower llmbt i The k Pairiox interriewed Mr Hutch inaon to day and ia own words ilybwsk ached Continually hp y bewail to grow numb arid to bt leaf tod c usable By tha L5th of Apiil I could 1 absolutely nothing and icaroely bit to stand My phyiiciani adTiwl ru to go to the Mary Fletcher Hoipital it BurlinjUB to bo treated and I took their y I left boron my friends hldt me oodbyr neier expecting to afai f The physieiaas at the hoipttal told that i my cote wns scrlom one and I com plstcly tal seven ani took the CROWN AND SCEPTER Driving has for many years past boon the favorite pastime of of Fife Prince Waldernar of Denmark has one distinction which no other member of the Danish royal house can has no throne and1 no prospects of one Tha present cuar Russia like his la ther is a great novel reader A parcel of the newest English French andGerman works arrives regularly at the Imperial residence It is said that the Princess of Wales has never been quite able to master the Eng lish accent particularly of tBe letter r and the intricacies of the sound of oh are said to be altogether too much for her The king of Xepaul a monarchy situat ed in the Himalayas perhaps bettor known under the title of maharajah He Is now 21 and is absolute monarch over his own people about 8000000 of inhabit ants His name is Eh Diradsh n inch the doctors give mo I felt better the honnital avid thonght tuat 1 wai recont in and wont home to oontinue their treat x Kent which I did for two and alaa had an electric battery under their e4TioeJ The improvement howerer did nut and 1 begdn to give Dp hope Angtut 1S93 1 cnuld not get out of joyeieir witboni assistance and if I got down upon the floor I X ould1 not get ap alone About thii Una I to read an acconnt ol the al curative powcri of Dr WiUiami Pilhi for Piople In niroilarto my jwn I did not have any faith in the Killr but thoaKnt toil could do harm to J bnught some without tcika nyone what J v nos going to do Afler I been taldug nome found that thefirrt Uttn in months I wslable to walk the post office and iny jutglibont began to die cusi the marked improvement In my health As I LonUnned the medicine I eonlinaed te TJC snrl sooa recommeroed worlc tit mill At tint rery lightly M d incremefnf 08 I vis able and u I gained fa health npinta and now for the perf three montbi I hivc been working ten hottn pex day aluoel as steadily as I ever did J well s wcll and ulero M I ererdid sad TttsTi oo pain anywhere The reporter tal ccd with lererml other rm o tlimeis in regard to the case of Mr HulehIn son who stated thilt any ttatemcnt bejolfht malce wonld be en JtJed to entimeredeDce Dr Williams inlcPills contain t elemetiU neccturr to give life richness to tho biood and restore nerves They are for sale by nil druggiste 7 or maybe had by mail from Dr Medione Company Scbenecladr If 50e boiee for V and for sixty pouted commorcliil Sihor silver United States ntrwiBTeg 121 no sa 53Ji eminent bon Soific Thief Fonjid Bank MUXCIE Sept piic money the carpet In Iwd Toomand as a result is loser la the absence of the family one found money which had remained unmolested for twenty years Morris it was the savings of 150 weeks labor in a saw mill While Swinging GEEESSECKG Sept Bicnsjrd son 14 years old fell to the ground while swinging breaking both Ma arms and seriously injuring hifi head WJs Pacific 0V nod ProitiLOA CHJCXlSOeopfe If on tfa Board odT opened DeccnalKr clowfd tlssK oiMmd4lXft clooed Con jjpenod Jljio doited OaulMT opened domf December opened clowd opened cloMdj teinoer clewed Iflo J 1 closod 20 imU closed OcSober opshed Alleged ftELD Sepc Koaltaat and Beporter Tom Gannon of the Chij cago appeared before the Sangamon county grand and reUited chey knew abont bbodling by legie latars W Wilsonof sosrctary of the National Dairy Mens rod j Representative Jonathan Merrlam ot Pekia also appeared before the jury It is stated that sensational wDl de velopfrom the evidence DOW before nry pearly Wiped Ont by DcDCE Sebl Tua oesn almost vriped out by ilre Torty business bouses burned their con and as many residences The damage ia over 100OOU The prop erty well insured THE MARKETS ir York FtnandjO SJEW lofuc Sept JT creunerjr I Ib extra dairy lc pmcldnjr vtock Xilve tftiidrruit S W per clover lib aoctfocs aev itock Vnrwn comh lorSiiSft Hr Utoofc Ure the tcday ranged foBowx r mated rectlptn tar tue ttf KJtJteSJS roceE pocldac KWJHM art and lots t r w notapa for GOOO qnotationjj ranged At to extra dripping choice da fair to ffXA common lo meditzm do 1 Highest of in Leavening U SJort Report vr1 Baking Bowder AMMwranr l mf It L XT1 Jrtl l

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