Westville Indicator (Newspaper) - May 15, 1890, Westville, Indiana 9. MAY 15, 1890. 1. An X marked eates your i We shall be to remain with and unless you in for granted thf and will ( nter E. Sabbath at one at 7:?^: every nt E. S. burham r. 2:G0 IS. u. AT YOU? urow w I have built up a tia iu on o. - s 1 none but the for tlie X ealer every Lord's Day ot 7;S0 p. School at 9^50 a. E. T. at first of Moh n broth ni lundly to O. O. Hi's C. B- N. tac and of each to M. Orlando of No. 1S3 tho and ijf e ch montli A cordial is to and Sec. G. A. No 192 T ingS on ihu fuU m are lAi L. ajtd io and in and old the anil Ill Relief No. holdn on tirst and tUini of JiRs C. E. - At - and all rr V. 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Main h AGRICULTURAL Roid Opera - assortment at lowest of left last for Idaho via the Northern thus read n personal in one of the Twin City papers the other the personal in itself would convey nothing to the mind of Uie and yet there is a in store for the denizens of the wild and woolly West when the modest owner of the title drops in the rude men who dwell the mountains of the For Mr. Hendall is a He is also a young man and very good and innocent and as pure as a I shall go out there brush up a little against he tranquilly to a Minneapolis Tribune short before he started upon long journey Western life seemed very attractive to me and I like the miners with their rough hands and large Of course they will im different from tho men with whom have at but I shall like I know I I shall join a surveying party and shall just rough it as bard I for two You know I have never been out of Xew aud it will be quite a will it continued Mr. The reporter fully agreed with Mr. Kendall that it He further the remark that the rude men with the enlarged hearts aud coarse hands were of convivial habits and if resident wished to make himself solid with the it might be for hira to keep a few flagons of good old rye about his you know I am sorry to hear answered the young man infer that they are liable to drink to which myself have never In fact I joined the Total Abstinence society at dear old and I shall never course you have a continued the repeated New Englander with some I shall take no In fact I to do no a resumed in an apologetic all revolvers is that the mm. had supposed that this of hatl fallen lato general I shall myself with Mr. Kendall is not at all a vicious only He will perhaps be a litlie older when he so thought the reporter as he watched Mr. Kendall's progress toward the Union with his two valises and two paper and a lunch basket and a braided human hair watch and a broad black buckle on the back of his City out Colonel and Billy of across a large dead the stump of which was full to so to with Tho colonel and companion pulled strips of the decayed outer growth of the and every a strip was pulled of mice ran for Colonel killed 3S0 of tLe mico and Muller Tba aay the tree wus visited with the bark was the of mice killed is at of it one mm OF THE hare built oa the line Canada and the States expressly for to by bis 10.Cpe fever rages at Tenn. miners are out at 111. 33oston steam fitters secured nine Nevada had an earthquake shock county reports 10,904schoo will hold a free coinage May 20. storm Tuesday unroofed the State was a general snowstorm in the was a slight fall of snow at | City York's House passed a for the 1 payment of English syndicate has put Florida Three men were drowned while fishing | n Francisco Bay Pennsylvania Company has to the World's Haven bricklayers and struck for cents per war between the laman and tho Vhite Star steamship lines is j Eight or ten people were killed by a in Hood on the C hinaman was naturalized at tho one in tho Sis hundred coal miners struck at BelK ' ire and against tbo use of he number of Italians brought here under have not been allowed to land in hundred employes of tho Fairbanks struck for 15 per private bank of C. Mather closed its doors on tiie 5th, | tho new war vessels of the United is named tho It help keep the comprising the portion of IT. were Sunday is claimed that 2.000 of who struck May 1 have granted their will invito the Cabinet to be its guests during the the Army of the in now dry dock nt the Brooklyn costing was opened Friday u the presence of many officials and of New has sent to ih 3 Legislature a message suggesting a change In the method of determining con- tested cases of alleged sporadic cholera have been reported at N.J. The | disease is said to be due to noxious vapors ' arising from garbage and refuse used in tilling in kiw in the Review reports for a good crop of spring far The ' is reduced below that of last year most of the the wheat livery stable of C. E. Clay at was by fire and twenty-six fine saddle horses were roasted Total mostly covered by of the African Methodist now in session at New N. complains of the treatment the colored delegates receive at the hands of the hotel keepers of that where it ' is not only for but bio in many cases to secure a was sentenced years imprisonment at ton under the habitual criminal act. is the convict by eating simulated consumption and was pardoned by Governor only to renew his criminal career as soon as a Pullman porter on the Island and Scott of have been arrested on a of stealing worth of jewels from W. S. of while on her wedding trip a few days ago left them lu her satchel while she walked about a annual sale of and London yearlings occurred at neir on the 5th. Seventeen Runnymede colts were sold for an average of and average of touil sale for fifty head was 159,125, an i a ve rage o f 11.17'i. j of of the National Board of Fire said Thursday that since 1560 no less than 679 fire companies have failed or representing capital of and assets of not less than all of which was either lost in tho business or withdrawn as poorly Tho Oklahoma were made G. W. of i Richard of. E. of Chief Justices Supremo i A. of and J. G. | of W. S. of Tir - j Horace District Andrew of died suddenly Monday night of He was passing along Quincy street on way home from a visit to a friend when he was taken ill. He entered the first house at and was given a Doctors were sent for but within fifteen minutes he was He was the editor of the next number of tho Railway Age mil in an article on railway that over 1,100 miles have already been added to the track mileage o the United States in 1S90. There have been in all new roads begun or the 1st of January last The paper that the of wUl exceed that of when 5,300 miles weie is an issue now before the people of Georgia that will supplant all others la the contest for and That issue If promise to vote for a amending tbe Stete so as to give the taxes paid by tho whites to the whites aod let tha Tho people claim that it Is entirely within tho of Georgia to rate the school statistical report of the American Iron and Steel Association has just made its It shows that 1SS9 was a prosperous year for iron manufacturers on both sides of the and that the world's production of pig iron aud steel in that year was much larger than in any preceding The present year has opened for the iron and steel industries of the United Great Britain and some other so far as prices are but consumption of iron and steel is still very regular monthly crop report of Michigan for May shows that of the area seeded to wheat last fall 10 par iu the 13 per in tho central and 1 per in the northern will be up because of winter The tion of wheat was but little improved during April and is 17 por below that of one year The poorest wheat is in tho twelve central counties east of Kent and On the is in a aud correspondents report that a still larger area would be plowed up were the fields not seeded to agreement in the Chicago strike is as The arbitration agreement In the strike was signed on the 7th. The men are given an eight-hour overtime is rated as time and a Sunday time is rated as double each contractor is allowed to retain his present apprentices and take one apprentice each and the association agrees to employ none but union men and and to sublet no contracts to the old and The minimum pay for carpenters is fixed at 35 cents an hour until August 1, and after that date it will be 373^ cents an The arbitration committees will be as a permanent committee to settle any dispute which may arise hereafter between employers and In an address to the public by the joint arbi tration committee the statement is mady that a fair estimate of the loss to the city by the strike will not fall short of per besides causing much suffering to thousands of women and marriage of E. M. P. and take place The lady is now in London and is preparing to embrace the Roman Catholic question of taking the control of charitable institutions from the priests and placing them in the hands of the civil is arousing a bitter controversy in the Italian M. Stanley's by the London Geographical Society on the night of tho 5th. He was presented with a magnificent Tho Prince of Wales and other prominent people were a student of Notre Dame was drowned Thursday morning while rowing with two compan ions on St. Joseph's and so far the to rescue the body have been fruit He was one of the most popular and talented students at the aud would have graduated next year in the scientific He was eighteen years a son of the traffic manager the Denver Rio Grande and a nephew of United States Senator report of the Special Commission sent out by M. the liquidator of the Panama Canal to investigate the condition of t ie estimates that it would cost 475,000,000 francs to complete the canal on the lock To this shall be added 20 per for unforeseen and 29 per of Tho total cost is at 000,000,000 The report further says that it would take seven and eight years to complete the Tho annual cost of the management is estimated at 10,000.000 According to tue estimates of the the net receipts for the first three years after tho opening of the canal would be francs gradually increasing year by year until twelve years after the when they would amount to 61,-000,000 The material of the old and the work already performed are valued by the Commissioners at 450,-000,000 AND LABOR seventh annual report of the Bureau of Statistics of Labor has been laid before the New York Legislature by Commissioner It is a long and goes extensively into a discussion of prom inent points in the labor Tiie following statements of fact will be read with The total number of strikes for five to 1&5S)was 9,oS4. Of this 4,432 were 1.4: partly 3,4*S and The number of persons gaged in these strikes was 338,019. The amount lost in wages was 19.052,915.56- The cost to labor by reason of strike benefits and conduct of strikes was The estimated gain in was The loss to from all causes was When the cause of strikes was a demand for more pay 5,301 establishments were sub to a Increase was conceded in 205 a decrease took in 1S3 There was no change In 2,SI3 STATE stave is wanted at is au Anderson were nine graduates from the Terre Haute high Robert pastor of a German church at dead on the 9th. G. Ethel and of celebrated their golden wedding on the 9th. W. one of the most noted convicts in the Prison died on the 9th. Cincinnati Louisville Railway offices now at Ft. are to be removed to million trout have placed in the river at Noblesville by the United States Fish Gentry's near Little was burned by an and horses were included in the near having occasion to pass through his barn at was kicked by a fracturing his skull and He died while attending church at Pin near and while prayer with his wife by his fell dead of heart of after a quarrel with his wrote a note in which he said that he would bo dead in eleven after which he swallowed but it failed to S. of Pleasant Plain has been carrying the mail from Huntings ton for the past twenty-six and he figures out that he has officially traveled 106,104 miles in that of who dered his mother-in-law under particularly brutal is either insane of is feigning mental infirmity very authorities are puzzled what to a pioneer of Miami died on the 5th of heart while seated in a Two weeks ago his son died at the same hour of the same while seated in the same an exciting contest the won in the recent election in Center Cass and they now insist that tho two saloons must Recent religious ind temperance revivals brought about the Miss Ella of South was entertaining and had interested them in a charade which they could not she leaning upon the arm oi W. H. and a wedding Mutual Benefit Association held a meeting at last tho principal object being to receive bids from merchants for their No bids wore and resolutions passed boycotting the has been a temporary settlement Df ces among the miners at the operators agreeing to pay seventy cents for screened coal per this arrangement to stand until a visit from kho Master first case under the new bribery law In Morgan has been filed at Mar Perry Hickman charging that for township weeks ago a dapper looking young fellow settled in Muncie and thoroughly advertised Madame Roma as a clairvoyant of extraordinary and she did a rushing business with the giddy Last week the pair after contracting numerous a farmer near returned to find his home deserted by his while his two little children were crying for He also found a Singer Sewing Machine Works at N. covering two acres of were almost wholly destroyed by fire Tuesday together with a considerable amount of the railroad property The entire western front of tho machine factory was The flames worked their way to the main cleaning out tho inspecting and milling The department was also together witli 50,000 finished and 18,000,000 The loss is estimated at Fully insured by the - All work is suspended and operatives are idly gazing upon Ic will be at Theresa Herbert Zelda Jules Emil Reduced railroad rates of one and one-third fare for round Season six with reserved single evening single afternoon general general 75 The general sale ol season tickets is now open at 1 East Washington were issued to Indiana inventors on the 6th, as follows C C swinging J P Rising metallic land mark for evidencing surveys of P C gas C A natural gas J S combined clothes ironi Uff table and clothes S B clod | H H lawn edge weighing machine for testing J B automatic J M F L feed water heater J X Pine feed rack J C moldboard N Rogers and J A Terre furnace W H coal G W attachment for center out I and A C North bathing L Craw railway annual banquet of tho Loyal occurred at Indianapolis on the night of the 9th. There was a largo attend ance of. well known ex soldiers from all parts the Major Will Cumback made the principal The following officers were elected Lew Vice George F. James S. Henry C. Wilbur F. M. D. Capt. James Lieut. M. Isaac G. Els Oran CARPENTERS great carpenter's strike is finally The necessary papers were signed on the 5th, aud ratified by both sides concerned in the On tho 8th scores of buildings that for weeks have been deserted will echo the sounds of hammer saw in bauds of journeymen The two arbitration of the new boss carpent and the strikers met at tho grand Pacific Hotel with Judges McConnell audi and after a session of three j settled the last The achieved almost a sweeping They made concessions on but and every carpenter in the city is jubilant over the The only disappointment was that the of the old association has members wholly out of tho final pints of whisky and Anderson argument provides hours tt induced him to vote for William T- j constitute a day's to begin at 8 a. end al 5 p.m. Tho hour may curtailed by special arrangement the foreman and tuo majority of the but not in such a way as to more than eight hours work between hours Overtime shall only bej allowed between certain stipulated hours at The minimum rate of wages has been fixed at 33 cents an hour to Aug. 1, and thereafter 37>i cents an Over time is to be rated at timo and a half Sunday time as double In the matter from his in which she stated she had of apprentices concessions wero made by left in company with Isaac who both The employers agree to recently employed by Mr. ploy only union even for foremen farm to vork with Hovey has now com his of nominations for from They Judge E. B. Ins One Hundred and Charies M. Thomas Point Lunatic Asylum at William E. ' burned on tho 6th. There Terre city and town elections in Indiana on the 6th had little if any political most of them being controlled by local The high license issue was successful at Terre Haute and but at Lafayette it In towns where party lines were some 1,500 who were scattered in surrounding fields in a drenching rain At hundred a nd twenty patients perished in the violent patients wore removed with great many of thom yelling and in a terrible and to throw themselves from windows and showed others landing is a complete It cost over cratic of secured a The insane asylum caught fire at 11:30 on Saturday and immediately re ' morning and ax 3 o'clock was a He was divorced from his The fire apparatus at in 1839; almost immediately utterly inadequate to control aking another from whom ho was the and several steamers were divorced in There was from Montreal on a special followed by divorce in The sights in tho ground and the divorce and marriage at wa s making five wives and four i of within a were grouped Stete Bureau of Agriculture makes frenzied The nuns this statement of the comparative ' every effort to control them and allay tion of winter wheat for ICO their and as rapidly as possible the standing for the average condition for the j creatures were removed to places 53 60 66. This is from thirteen to nineteen points lower than the April statement The condition of the winter wheat crop the over cannot average at present above 75 par cent. The condition in Kansas is estimated at 92, in New York and Pennsylvania about 9S. Belle of Vigo is and constantly under Last week James M. who familiar with her procured a mar riage and tinder the pretense that this was all succeeded in per her and they registered as man and wife at one of the hotels in Terre Afterward he sent her Everly made light of his offense until he realized it meant the He followed to Alam Cave by Terre Haate and placed Second Indianapolis Musical Festival be given at and will in the excitement among the lunatics in the grounds finally became so great that a detachment of Montreal police was hurried out to assist the There were 1,300 persons in the asylum when the fire broke details of the asylum horror indicate that probably 20() lives were HOUSE BURNED And Idiots Roasted to Chenango County Poor House aud Insane locat ed at N. were entirely consum ed Wednesday was discovered about 11 o'clock in the north wing of the Poor House building where the idiots were There were no provisions for exti The keepers and gave to the 135 ' ' '