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Washington Gazette (Newspaper) - September 11, 1897, Washington, Indiana SEPTEMBER 11 189 TERRIFIC THE SKAGiD Y Atthe Big You all know what that When you that prices are made sA TheBig Store it hat competition is powerless to get in on the ground We onlymention one department now DRESS Theres really only one place to IDontypu think that it is worth while to spend time saving money Maybe we havent chosen the insist fabrics and stuffs for fall but Wo we Youll think when you Sfee Why not buy your Dresses when youcan save a good deal of money by spending a little we had better say it now rather Jhan any ether We the and Cheapest Dress Goods in i We You Know Plain materials for Empress IC2 1 Granite Govert Basket Storm Serges and i Basket all inch 350 36 all wool ijjc fflFancy Tweed 40 all lwool 560 And all the desiiable Styles arid patterns in exclusive one suit of a and The only tway is to let its 1 l T f show them to Will you do it 3 TexM Fever In Initl m Sept UT gtsfaff south of in Indian terrl has lost 50 head of cattle from zas fever in the last few gdisease ravaging in several other In the Returned to Sept of the Japanese tracklaborers aMbi Oregon Short has Bd all the Tstrikeu have returned to Sir Sept Sir Lewis judge of the high court is He was born in the editor of many im nt legal works THEV NEW Septembers 14 15 al 5 3 365 Kett sr Nen A oinr i Gowsouu per bail b 1 Qlent unti Itll i Muted 3 NO 2 J IM 8 50 4oO 1200 0 DO J J3 t I F soo Q sjo 85 a 441 IS so now j Steam 6M 4S Bft VBf A J weasSisoo i mit FLEEING FOR THEIR BMomlac o Aocout of been received by John lirech telfrom her husband at B that the people are fleeing for thei lives from the town on account o Sandon is situated on a nar row fulch leading Bear nbou 150 miles to the eajit ind north to No estimateof the numbe of deaths has been h SEVERAL of Fontood Bridge i AlllltKrr the mili tary maneuvers in this vicinity i pontoon bridge oollanaed while th Ninetyfourth Thuringian regliiient o infantry was passing over it rAnum her of the soldiers and some iof th trumpeters were eitker drownei or hi by the timbers of the bridge andkilled ON THtf Handred Ajmed After th County LITTLE Sept from the mountain of Pop the scsne of last Sunday j bloody is rather lneagre though it U momentarily expected thq t ihtelllgenca will come telling of th captura of the murderers of Dodson and It is that fully three hundred are on the trail of the Jlrajamln Parker Ojlag of Cooinurii iHrA cial to the News Casl Ind says that Benjamin Parker i1 one c tbe bentknown writers of prose an poetry of the dying there from consumption of the stqmach I Ai ICBttdoBi rnmont Auoolatlon Sept Nt tional Fremont association will hold rennionIn jthls city Septeml mod occasion will be t6CftncJbhn candidate for president on Ucantickfttifterwhomihe has r jxSJ J Oreeii Unite a Nsw Cases Developed in New Mint There Xi In tile lluudtt of NEW Set was con after when oUky was closed for a Ijoy tlje tired physicians went losuateh few hoursof tjj to that although publicity had beu given to the lpi and the dexire the board known that every suspicious ease should be promptly news was received at the ofiitfo lead to tlij belief that there exists a single case of yellow fevvfiin Xciv of Waler stale board of has taken charge of the situation at Ocean and will spare neither pains nor money hi an ullorb to stamp out the JlcU of the opinion with care and good this canbe done in afew All huiioes where fever may will be thor oughly looked the sick will be The put oat dis infectants hi all the principal and the town will bLstrewn with lye froai one to the The exci has quieted iown 1 in nuw itis known that there been only mie new easy re ported hi the pail 2t and nre but tliree socalled cases among the feyer pa tients in The oilier cases are The An ration of the fever is only to 4S and some of the patients do not take to their at all from the The Loni state board of has arecord of all people who have come Springi in the lust few and U atLcu tiou all of ICE PLANT Exploitlun and Fire Htirmanu Sons Ice Factory nt were sounded for a lire which broke outaiittle before 3 in the manufacturing plant of Hermann 4 tf32U Wisconsin The plant occupies a considerable portion of a Ihe surrounding properly was The boiler but so learned nobody was A cooper shop adjoining caught fire and went up in The residence of In the same was badly damaged bj The total loss is about Thfe chemical department is BISMARCK SAYS Qermany SlajYet Regret Having Oar raiiged England Too Gaulois yester 3ay printed an interview with Prince in which he is quoted as having expressed fear that the efforts made at Peterhof were so much wasted What was the ex chancellor is reported to have was a active agreement with a welldefined programmeandcmucli clearsightedness and achieve result whereby the pretensions of crreat Britain could be The prinlce is further quoted as say ing is absolntelj certain that Germany jyill not succeed in attainin g this and she may regret having barrasaed England too CONFESSED AND Barry a Morder or a nd special to the News from says that Barry of died a ere Before his demisa atate4 that been fuilty j a Eochester A corresp viewed Cha the decease He acknowledged that the man wa i his but said nothing about the cr mes Notorio NEW YORK alias Joe 1 years perado anc cut his w in and hat was recap tailed ling a Hiss Emerson in d of embezzlement from rstinsurance ndent in Rochester inter es father of i Criminal Sept alias 42 des probably who out of Jefferson market few York six years been ever TO BUILD Carpenters Going to Auulot toPly Their most of themjikill d the Alaska pjbld f elds Thursday night un der the leadership of Capt Ihe men willbuili a hotel at St Michaels for the shelter of miners dar ing ihe North American Tn ding and Transportation Nltro Glycerine Creates Havoc at and Great Contrac of Sept terrible plosion ofnitroglycerine occurred here jesterday afternoon at three which resulted in the death six people whose are ana others atpresent JThe explosion occurred at Grant located at the rear of the Na tional Supply office building in the village This well had just been shot by Samuel shooter for the Ohio and Indiana Tor pedo The well was a and when the 120 quarts of glycerine let down into the well the gas ignited and a terrific roar the flames shot high above the As soon as the drillers saw the flames several climbed into the derrick toshnt oft the but they had hardly got ten there when there was a terrific ex The burning gas had started the remaining glycerine in the empty cans standing in a wagon near the In another wagon near by were some cans containing120 quarts of the and this was started by the force of the first The second was blended with the first in a mighty and the town and surrounding country for miles trembled from the The Na tional Supply building was com pletely and nothing re mains but a big hole where the wagons There is not a whole pane of glass in the and every house and store was shaken to its There was awful and all the re maining population of the town rushed to the spot Who the men ar8 who were in the and who were cannot be learned to the excite The damage to the Ohio Oil will amount to Eight buildings are a total wreck and many others dam Tiie town a population of about Many bystanders were TROUBLE ANTICIPATED In the Attempt to KJ4ct lite Intruder from Ihe Chcrokto from present indications trouble will follow an attempt to eject the intrud ersfrom the Cherokee When the Cherokee strip was the gov ernment promised to put out all the upon one technicality or another they have to The government has decided to take a Brm and has ordered their removal There are of HELL COUNT of for Superintend ent of the Next Evening Star today says It is stated that of has been selected as the superintendent of the next and that his appoint will be made as soon as the necessary legislation can be The presi dent is said to favor the establishment of permanent bureau of and Is likely to express some views on that subject in next message to con A HORRIBLE Kovel Plan Of Suicide by an Afflicted Young Sept special to the Free Press from says Miss Millie a music ef fects being burned by her placing a blanket saturated with oil around her self and Betting fire to it She had been in poor health for some time and preparations were made to re move her to the Pontiac manufacturing Industries Taking a New Sept facturing industries in this vicinity are taking a start and at present the prospects for fall business is The liyman mills at where hands are on full time The Chicopee Manufacturing will start up on full September after a complete shutdown of three weeks and employment will be furn ished to The Dwight Manufacturing ol started Sept cook at the Selkirk mine has been arrested by a detective at San don for the murder of a sheriff in kansasfour years ago while resisting arrest for stealing and taken U Nelson where officers are Silver Service lor tbe silver set r ice of 900 pieces wis Tiurs to the Wheeling by the citizens of the city of W by a party of ladies and citizens of West vyhc came to Vallejo to make the presenta lift Se L Ing letter hub bee Sylvester lauded Skapuiiy a spdcia from Jiineau tv powder ami thej nj equip seven coniple worU on tiie the evening itlu at the foot of ihti fi by over f00 i the work in frontof an executive comiui James of l Philip secjet bl as men foir the and vetertihjloi of corduroyiufr thL ii There were iO Cani lice Also on the t pitchSl in with a that the building jjf enable tlitiu tio ge provisions in lime lo sion tiie uitiil static tory so that they can all winter and tbey the mail every two Klondike Lo theAnn in progress and all trayel been suspended uatil Tliere have but rfre s nority Unit lliey liav While I bulieve plete ill ten days 1 resumed dont start to overft iis it will take that I b completed to ure now tjie dever have been So Bmajl 15 per cvnL of wlibu and nothing a has congestion at tilisipo Not nearly so prospectors are sell for a bont as has good many who star dike have piven tip turned townsi Ing all kinds of theuiselTed f best they Odd could be for 537 s anU none for Kubber hkia1 clothing are o The 1 has office here anijl nas funmirly fbf he steamships Qijfis and of YicL and SOU horsesandm and stiil there is The Klondike the attention o the and will resul territory as nothing ai ck IZ t d site bay rs receivedfrom d August 28 the New York morning at ly chartered tug i tons of blasting essary tools to crews for rock e was a meeting attended 10 organized foi bem and elected consisting of president and jo selected expe ork on the rock ers for the work rshy Lian mounted po They have nul and say trail now will in the 70 tons of build and provi s in their terri peratti dog teams to deliver veeks from the lean Work miles along the and packing has t is some as much in the mi had to rail will be eom at travel can be pr this point ex least 30 ig after the trail the miners over Tnere would much trouble for swarm of were out packing and eeu the cause of discouraged ig their Outfits but a for the Klon that have areerect ngs estab NOTHING Harrison Ls turuey For iije cent dispatch from S received genera flub 1 feet that exPresijien Df the heirs to j to have been left b aid been retained1 I to claims of JJO or more j which is credited wortR several miltioi private secretary pay The story connet son the Balliest lie is neither tate nor attornev for A BEAUTtFU thl t Body of a Supposed Vcugeajiice Sept 4 j from Paris says beautiful fully mutilated wi has been founij in On the middle are tattooed the ijron Long Live Polan The remains su of a nihilist wh picion of her bassadors One Export Sept ol the exports from tue United States fot 3 aly show an increase over the corre opondlnir montbJtast year of oboat until peace governniienl ing tbe appomtmen governor of an tija retain the Turkish YELLOWSTONE Comptroller of wife arived here Be Lynch wen trout i Eo uAKJ fcur The SajJ Se a here from Can totf in bie Faaa wltb Kffort Am one the ue Allowed to ur Now it leeven at that shoes and oil 1 and fetch big kinds sells inc Express nts to1 open an appointed agent of Alki have landed J of freight sihee August ore to ment ha turned liole world this in opening this ilse would have IN Heir to Nor At ull re hai cation to the ef liarrison is one e estate alleged Joseph of that he has establish the beople to the es with being s of His ting Harri is enturely un to the es he Victim of Nlblllit special dispatch the of a tked and fright th he skull smashed River t le womans back i to iposed to be those wi f am ul d to defer tbedis 3 note annonnc o intention to tioops in ency James have ar Bank Examiner catching 47 fis t d party arrived i special car at a iie it MOM rovrau nw T CLAY The CommlMloner nf Pemloni 111 with Malaria at Sept Clay the commissioner at is ill at his hotel in this Evans has been under a great I strain for almost a and upon his return here a 3ew days ajro from a CLAY had an attack of complicated with But he passed a very comfortable night and hU physi cians report him greatly His condition is not considered inany way he is expected to be at desk again In a few Evans family is at visiting I Bobett Exonerated for the Killing of His Sept the boy who shot and killed his father last was exonerated by acor oners jury yesterday Tho verdict was to the effect that the shooting had been done in selfde When Coroner Wait read the verdict the oner HU who was clashed him in her arms and wept over It is not probable that any action be taken against the boy in the as theevidence at the inquest proved conclusively the father was the and pelled his son to shoot HORSEFLESH ON Grand Opening of Third Annual Bonn show at Kaaias KAXSAB grand parade of drawing stylish of every description and1 driven by owners of the from ten or carrying dressed riders of both was the principal attraction at Fairmonnt park when the third annual horse show The parade probably composed the best dis play of fancy horses and costly torn outs ever witnessed in this part of the while the grand stand and boxes contained a wealth of beauty and fashion from this as well as many other HOW THEY tnncei at tbe Close of Flj fataMayi September Following is the standing of league baseball clubs at the clow of play September Per n 76 S JM New W 20 63 tf jZ K 61 S3 or JuL M S Ml Brooklyn S 81 Ml Q 3JS Flttsburgh JJ T2 WasliltiSton Louis s u A YOUTHFUL PARRICIDt I Father for Breaking Into Sept mortally mortally v6undedhis Ed ward hojrie yesterday JChe family i an eminently respcetabla one and the shooting has caused a Mu The parentffwere and yesterday afternoon the elder Blah op went to the house and attempted to force an entrance from the He tvas shot by hia son ai he broke through the kitchen I I MUtaken ITar a the town was shot and killed Monday nljrht who mistook him for a prowlerVholh Wimp ted to break Into the houseo r neihb 7Jt
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