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VOL. XXI. LOGANSPORT,'.INDIANA;.^^SAT|JEDA¥ MORNIXG, AUGUST 15. 1896. NO. 195; On The Bicycle Today. LAST MAY- BUT f WO! Seasonable Merchandise goes for a song, and a guess free, Consider a moment, -you may be the lucky one and it wont cost you a cent THE SPORTS; Beoords Made at the LA. W, Mee in Louisville, ''. Quick Tran»- v Atlant!c Trip, of.-. th« -.': .American Line Steamer St.: Paul Events. •''':. 409411 BROADWAY. 806 FOURTH ST. Clothes up to Date . . Have been In great favor;at bur establishment. Fact ie no one has a finer .Hn« of woolens and worsteds to select from fha -, . .-^ • - - • ' onrs." ...••• . Important Features . . •;.,'" in the make-up of^our clothes work their superiority. We are ., not the^oheapest tailors bat claim to be the beet. Carl W. Keller, Tailor and Draper. 311 Market Street. See Our Prices on Granite Ware 4 quart Sauce Fan 6 quart Sauce Fan 8 quart Sauce Fan 10 quart Sauce Fan 12 quart Sauce Fan 6 quart Milk;;Fan 4 quart Coffee Pot 6 pint Tea Pot , No. 28 Wash Fan No. 30 Wash Pan Cuspidors -•..-. 25c 35c 40c 60c 65c 15c 50c 35c 20c 2Bc 25c T. J, FLANEQIN, 310 Market St. Natural and Artificial Gas Bills due the first of each month, ten day's grace, All bills payable at the office of the Company, 317 Pearl Street^. ••'.-.• ....-.:. .- . -•"•.':'. : \ .."••-'•• : '- .; -'•:• Special-Low rates on heaters during the months of May, June, July August and Sept- tember. Invitations : Are alwkys appreciated M»d especially so when they>ro ;. . tastefully gotten up. THEi JOURNAL Job Prlntlnjj Department Is making a rpeo'i«lty of.. " ' , . .:•>• tNVITATlbN*. PROGRAMS. LETTERHEADS, NOTE HEADS. BILLHEADS, STATEMENTS, CARDS, CIRCULARS, ETC.:; ETC. Latest Styles in Fancy Type and Material. PROTECT YOUR EYES; The HIrehlierg Optical Co.,],,, , The well-ltnpwn Specialists'.'of 'New York t(8V» : 'appointed. b.-A. HAUli as agant. ton thslr celebrated Speotaolss aha Bj Glasses, every pair tnaranteed, •;. .'• •-.••••••. ...:.;••;.•:.•/,'.'.•. .-:;,D. A. HAUK has complete (Assortment im'd Invltei all to. iatbiff themselves of. the : great' saperlorttj' ot'tseso goois OT« r . ..anjminolactared.'at the store of D. A. HAUK, able agent, tof.. ' -..''." '"'""• : ''.] v Ho Peddlers 3uppll(Kl, ' A Fountain Ferry Park; Louisville, Ky rial heats for Friday after- Boon '» natiqpal.meet races began at 0:3i Friday!)'.morning. Sterling Elliott 1 Fridayi'8'iireferee. Summaries as fol laws;''':'/(,. One'-th'lrd mile, national First'jhea't; Tom-'Cooper, first, ha! OweniKlmble,, second; JR. H. Allen, third W. E/, Becker, fourth. Time,' M4 1-S. Second heat—E: C.'Bald,'A. D. Kennedy Jesso Curry, 'Willie Coburn. . Time, M, Third' heat—Tom Butler, Arthur O'unlf ner, Louis ,Callahan, C. R, Coulter. Fourth; .race, .two mile, open, amateur- Karl Thpnie, Ed McKeon, E. J. Daubcrt B. B.i^fevens, H. W. Middledorf. -Dead heat te'twe'en last two .for fourth plaue Both '.qualified. Time, 0:30.3-5. Second heat—Ed Flchtner, Frank Eberhart, J. J. R. Howard, F.. B, Hattersloy Time, 6':0$. •: Third heat—W.H.Seaton.CharleuKolh.E N. Peabbdy,'Albert J, E wing. Time. 5:273-0 Quarter ' mile, national championship^First heat, Ered Schrlcn, Barney OldflUd Louis Callahan, F. H, Allen. Bald fallec to .qualify, badly beaten.. Time, :32.3-R, Second heat—Tom Cooper, A. D, Kennedy. Charlea Hofor. Time, :32. Third heat—Otto. Zelgler, Arthur .Gardiner.'. Tlm'o," :81 3-5. One mile, national champlonshlp^-Flr'at heat;. E. S. Akers, E. C. Bald, Louis CalJi- h'an, Fred C. Schreln. Time, 2:274-5. Second heat—Tom Butler, Otto'ZolRler; Owen Klmble, A. D. Kennedy. Time, 2:23'3-5. Third heat—Tom Cooper, Will Coburn, Arthur Gardiner, O. L. Stevens. Time, S;32<-5. ,.-.... . Fourth heat—E. .C'. Johnson, Con Bakjr. Time, :313-51 ' ' • ' Two-third imUe,; open—First heat, ••W.''E: Lum, P, J. Bornwasser, Karl Thome. Time, 1:614-5, ' ' -••••• Second heat—E. D. Flchtner, F. R. II-U- tersley, J. J. R, Howard.. Time, 1:60 1-E. Third heat—Ralph Sanberg, C. C'..Irigro: ham, F, L. Eberhart. .Time, 1:424-6. Fourth • heat—E. .W. Peabody,. Worth. Cummlnga, Lou Coburn. Time, 1:47. ' One mile, open, professional—First hpftt, W. E. Becker, E. C. 3ald,-A.-D. Kennedy, Time, 2:Z!-'2-&.. :.•"'.' '•:'•.• I • •' • Second heat—Walter Sanger, F. A. McFarland, -F, B: RIgby. Time,-2:28 3-5." Third hcatT-Otto Zelgler, Arthur QUrdl ner, E.8. Aker. Time, 2:322-5. . . . Fourth heot-^ay Eaton, Lou Callahan, C. S: WellB.', Time, 2:44:8-6:.. : . '• '•' ; BROKE ALL RECORDS. Quick Tram-Atlantic Trip of the American Line Steamer' St. Pnul. New York,' Aug. 14,—The American lino steamer'"St.-Paul-, Capt. Jumeseri,' arrived from Southampton Friday morning after another record-breaking passage ,oJ-six-days and thirty-one minutes. This, beats her .own former best record by five hours nnd one mmrte.and that of hcr'sistcr ship,' the St.'Louis! by one hour .and .fifty-three minutes. 'The St. Paul,,, just: oft the dry . 'dock,, left {Southampton last Saturday at 23 minutes "past noon', passing the Needles at 1: 44 p.' m. She -reached the Sandy Hook light ship, nt 'j: 15 o'clock Friday morn : : ing, covering, a total distance of 3,040.1 knots in six days and thirty-one minutes, thus eclipsing all previous records.; Her average speed was 21.8 knots per hour. The run of each day was as f olows:! 403.1; 524; .516.9.; 525.1;. .530.8;'45C.2. 'Total distance, 3,040.1 k»pts.. • : Tlie St." Paul experienced fine weather With smooth sea throughout the 'passage.; ; She 1 brought 438 :cabin- and 247 ;rteerqge, passengers. . .... ..... . .•.-• • ,. Kotrlnff Regatta at, Ontario. .', ''..-. ^Belleville, pnt., Aug. 14^-The rowing! regatta here"'was continued Friday' 'morning; The^prln'cipal event was the double- 'scull'-prof essional one-mile and' 'ft half vwith a.iurn. The starters were: 'Jiogcra and;Burnan, Hackett;and Hanr ;ian, Bubear -aii'd Barry, and Haines and •Bice. .'.Xh'e'iaoefwas won by Rogers and .Durnani.'TiirieVJO minutes 15% seconds. i3ubear-&ndf Barry, who bad 1 turned ^first, were) 14''seconds behind. Han'lah 'nnd Hacl^ett',were third.' The otherpair : dld not-finish. ••;, ; •''•'•'•','* ' Will Pedal from Coa«t ,to Coait. ' • Providence";-. B.JL, Aug. 14.—Albert Place, and "WiJi'er Whipple, local wheel- rnen, wlll'l^ave this city at'one 1 p. .in, Baturdayy.fii'' ah- attempt' to break"the bicyclejwTpord.from this section of } San' Francisco.,. ; Tho; lsolde;Gett FlnttPrlse. '; .JLondon,,Aug..l4.—The 40-r.atcr. ; .won the'first prize in tho 50-mile race. by the time'*plibvrarice' and the second, prize w:as Won/by "the Me tear. ',.-j.'.' : Rain Prevent! Tehnli Tournament." . •Na'rragansett'PIer,"B..I.V Aug. 14.~; Kain-and wet courts prevented the'ajl-J comers' doubles In the eastern teniiliv tournament Friday morning. "•'•': Flin>ait*n Leave for Cuba. Jacksonville, Flu,, Aug. 14'.—The tug<; Dauntless, of .Brunswick, Ga,, passed from the Satllla river -vvitlv.one of iLe* largest filibustering 'expeditions, .yet" dispatched'.to Cuba. There w.ere.'more 1 than 100 men on board; and the muni-'" tibna consisted of.two Gatlltig and'two;! Hotchkiss. giiuir,'. 1,000 .'shells, 1,006,000,= cart.rldges, 5;000 riflefl and other Wy supplies. <-; ,./ : . ••!.•.-,• .,•!.-[; i MAY MEAN A FAILURE. Th» : Loulivllle, Maw Albany * Chlcage ' ^ Mud Said to Be BmbarnMied. • Louisville, Ky., Aug^ H.—It has been rumored 'in this' city for the' '• past 24 hours that the Louisville, New Albany &'Chicago railroad is about to'be placed in. the hands of a receiver. Friday morning \yilliam...Newman, general agent of.the road In tils city, received the following telegram, dated Chicago, from";\V.'H. McDoel, vice president: ; .'"3fBere is nothing in the report. W« 'do not owe a dollar we cannot pay." ' .N.e'w York; Aug. 14.—President Samuel" TJiomas,. of. the Louisville, New Albany :& Chicago-rood, issued the follow- .trig,letter Friday in answer to the reports of a probublej-eceivership: ''/rhe'depression in-Loui»vi)le,New Albany.. & Chicago securities seems traceable entirely to alarm over the recentde- cision:bf Judge Taft in-the Beattyville Eailtpad company bond case. It is dis- heartenitfg to the management, t,ftci having surmounted the physical nnd ilmincia'1 'difficulties surrounding the railroad,.to- : ftnd that the legal complications which they inherited from their'predecessors should assume a tlrea'tenjng. form at this time. The effect on quotations of the, securities, however, seems excessive nnd indiscriminate; The'"bpnds of the New Albany company -ought not to be diminished in'yalue, eyen'if the Bentt'yviJle litigants should Bucceed • to the full extent of ih'e'fr'hopes, and the stockholders would also''flnd : means to protect themselves. But .legal defenses against the unjust claims', have-not been exhausted,by the NCJV...Albany, management." The lawyers of ttie' Mpnon deem the defense of the : "compdny 'to be "impregnable. Kven sh'ould^he^liti'gf.nts attain finally to a judgment''iri their favor, the claim wouTa'rank' bnly-"as" nn unsecured debt subsequent' to nil -the : existing'.'mort- gageH, nnd it would,be extinguished by ah assertion; of the rigljts of the mort- gagees. ^ A HEROIC DEED. Voung American'Balked Mexican Traln- I' 1 " • '••- :;: •• ''Wre'c'lteni. " | '' :'Stf' "Joseph, Mo.,' Aiig. 14.^-Inquiry iaB~been'received here from the office of''the United States consul at. Juarez, Me'xicb, coiicerniiig.-James F. Howard, a young'nmn". well .known jjere, who is reported.'to be .lying' unconscious in a noBpitar'pt' Juarez, with two' bullets in hia.body;- 1 " •'.'' '';••' - : ; ''; ' ^] ' , ' ; PrlVBtei'telfegrams received here state that on Wednesday evening Howarc started from 1 J.uarez to the Cityof Hex A short distance out. ; of: Juarez canie involved in, a difficulty; witl ECTeral Mexicans,".who attempted, t< assaullhim. '-In a desperiite fight tlia followed he shot three of them dead aiid 'escaped;'though himself wounded. ' ' •••••'• ' ; •' " : Later-the same-night, although almost faint .from, loss of blood, younj loward*saved" the' Mexican .Centra. ™in t 'kduthbbun'd from 'a' wr'ecki apparently planned '.by the'garig bf'Mexicans with'which"'he Kad*fought.'-: : He-"had :e»Wi«dr.that aomeione-had removed the rails a half niile. ahead, and asi the train ,u'rned .a cjurve.. some .distance,, a way, loward.setire, to his coat, and as beat le could';in .his vi;eakencd condition waved th<?" flaming garment across the ;rack.: ! :; ' '•' '.'•'•[ r ' "' '" " ; ' - The'.signal -proved- effective; 'Howard' : was ,taken aboard;, and just before he'lost'consciousness,\yas enabled to tell' 1 the trainmen..of..the condition of track. :!.The!train proceeded slowly, :,coming ! to a place where'.tne rails had been removed;for.two lengths aha placed,across..the .track. .Eobbery wa«'evidently Intended. : .]', . SOME RELIEF 4N NEW YORK. JOHNSON AtCEPTS. Notifiuation'; of .the; Prohibition . Nominee for Vice President. Synopsis of the Candidate's Remark* in Accepting the Honor Be•-.i sto.wed Upon.Him. Chicago, 1 Aug. 34.—Hale Johnson, pi Newton, III., 'was'formally notified in the : Association Building auditorium Thursday night of his nomination by the prohibitiouist'convention at'Pitts- burgh for the office of vice president of the United' States. Mr. Johnson wos nominated for governor of Illinois-by the prohibitionists last April, but resigned when the higher nomination ' nier. 'Breen» Arrive—Death Bate Ii • London," Aug. 14,— M.f; Cu'rzon '' ari- aounced in.'the/house;of.commons tliat flreat BritAin.ha8:.acpepted th'e decision' of Portugal as_arbit<>r,. acknowicdgiiig- Lhe. spyercignty.of ^Brazil o,yey the isjund. pf Trinidad,'a qu'eaflbn'Vynich'h.-is becfi' In diepute for some' lirrie.past.. .; ,_^ :;•; i '.,.., Bo»tqn Tanners Fall, .^,,...-..„.,.-, . 'Bostoii,'A'ug."14^—C/Cpiilthurst-feCb:; ; " tann'i-ng'materiais rind brokers iri'b'arks' »n'd-h'icie's;. : hn.ve'''a'ssigi'iecl; : :' ; lr 1 is under 1 - 1 .' etood : thut the firm 'owes .$90,800',- .61? which $40,000 is, on.hark contraptJi; yprk,.-Aug. 14.—The long-prom- s'ed andprayerf.ully waited relief from he-death-dealing plague of heat, which lap bieset the city for more than a week last, tfnme" In'a measure, early Friday, an"d, slight a.' it was', it gave new life to tii: hope'' tt Jt the intensity of : : the courge:is at :on end, . : ; . . '. • - 1 Since" vmidnig-.nt.. up to nine o.'clock 'Friday li prostrations .due to the heat 'Were reported". Five . sudden, .deaths 'were also rciiorted.'but whether d.uc to, ' tb'8 ; heat 1 or '-other 'causes no statement Kya«:'made;: --J'. ;...-.:'•••• -.-• ':• .-.'.•••: ' ''•'•' '"At..' 11• o'clp,ck Friday morning the. ; '"{Kermbmeter 'iudica'ted 80"degrees. ..'.! .:.'".; . In'erea»«. In Talne.of Kiporti. ... r i"'.',Washington, 'Aug.' 14.'—-The bulletin of,the .bureau of. statistics .show's the •^••e of prlndpal articles of-export far month' of July,-BJ* compared with 189S; .toJhuVe been 'as '-follows:'. jMinVr 01 -?*'* 11 ^ 5 ' 498 ' 113 - 7 ' iilcrense ' S sfi3 i'-' J8S9;; cottons, $3,001,343; in crease,; *!.,-„ •^87,364; breadstufls, $12,410,668; in- creMe, $3,91.0,355;..provisions, including- ^cWtle, and', h'ogs, $13;891,757.;. .decrease,. i".if"' t. Named <on t&e 30«d Ballot. . .. • •;-=Beed City, Mich.;- Augl 14."— The d«a4lock. iii the "Eleventh district. re- •pjjjljcan congressional .-cohyentloriwas troken eariy^-Friday morning when .W. ,fc ileslck,?.;of;A-ntrim, .was /nominated •Ott tie ,.363i,;.ballbt.,. . Avery.'s ; strength w$ll":tl}ro;(Tn...'U), ihfi successful candl-: i^Port. fVa"yne, 'lid;, A.ug : ',':i4. "^r-. A B«-, 'ilectriicaL^and rainstbrm, the..sec: Jthfrweek, viBlted' this city,, and thi. ii»eple,-.-of. -the- South: Congregational, church' wae^aplinteredi froin'.. top ' to bottom aid,a'huge, hole was tQrn.,,in [Atl'.vlj_--jr.*''. ! -'T'l.'o'-T«5tiT>y<iTmAa nf'.T. f.. 'CiTB^a Mr. Johnxoii'H AdilrcHH. 1 In ' accepting : the nomination Mr.-Johnson scRthingb', arrAlsr.ed the old part!c» on the charge of responsibility for continuance of the llq'iior- traffic, Its growth and its power In polltlcn, and for deceiving .the -people by promising: (rood times with each new national administration and not fulfilling such promise. He continued: •"There -.iways. has been, and ..always will be, one question—one problem—upon wh'.ch 'all others .iepend for. solution. Whenever a nation is able to solve and adjust.this question, then, and not till then, Is it In a condition to settle the others which depend upon It. We cannot, secure any permanent 'result* In political reform until this -question in-'settled, and settled right. Civic federations may temporarily cheek political corruption In our cities, but as long as this greatest source of political corruption IB left' untouched'-their efforts tor permanent relief will he In vain. , Question of.Morals. Not Finance. • "Many of our people believe that our present financial,, depression, low prices and hurt! limes are'the result of bad financial legislation, and thai an Increase, in the amount of money by the free coinage of ailv <: r would prove a remedy tor these con- Uklonc. i concur.-with them in their opinion thut we must return to the full and tree UBIS of both of theae metals In order to keep our circulating; medium'in a proper proportion to our population, but 1 do.not believe, In tlia^preBcnfconditlon or afraira, that ihe free coinage 'Ofsilver would afford us any siibHCa'ntlaUrellef. The saloons of this nation absorb ^yearly not less than M,2uLJ,tAHj,OuO, of^.whichr.'lt-is-safe to say thut one-half Is spent by the" wake-earners of the country: men .whose families are-deprived of.-i.he ueces«ariea.of life LO.the full extern o.f 'thetr.:expcncU«.ure of money tor liquor ' With' .more: money In circulation, although"we'.mlffhi temporarllv h'ave better ilmofi the Hu'nv'wasted hi the saloons wou.d he increased./so ahat M'/would not por- manciilly beneiH us tn.Any appreciable rte- m-ee No kind of tlnancial. legislation will relieve'us under such conditions a« now exist. ' . .''• Prohibition tbB Ouly Bomedy. "After 100 ye«/r» of temperance agitation the-almost-.unanimous verdict is that there Is only one righteous way; to deal with It, and that'l* to prohibit It. Logically, the .prohibition-.panty ougrht to . receive the votes of ' all' Christian men, for .every Christian oV K an!*atl,on-In the nation Is ton record'ln favor-of.'prohibition. All patriotic citizens,• wlthout-regard;to their.rellsrloua convictions, should, support the prohibition party for th'e whole, tendency of the liquor traffic la to debauch men. stuff ballot boxes, elect mean men to. office, :and In every:way to .tear dowff and ac»troy American Institutions. 1 ,..-.' • •• , . • • • Demand* Sober Thought. • • "It IB (36ubtle»s true thai the storm center In politic* this iyear; will be between,.the free.coinage of silver at a ratlo_of.alite«n to one and the maintenance of the.exletlng gold standard. Voters will be Importuned to postpone the settlement of this" question until the finance,que»tlon la settled, as wo httveibeen heretofore Importuned to post-, pone It until the tariff question was settled.; iL . . . .», ^_._i._..-...II1 K*i nnrtna 1*11 'to. OVEK THE STATE. Bv«nto In Various. Portions of Ii> ' diana Told by Wir* : ' Knfflnecr »nd Flreaimu Killed. La Porte, Ind., Aug. 14.— The LaJrt Shore fast mail known as the newspar .per. train, east-bound, ..was wrecked half a mile east of Otis while running 40 mllei per hour. A culvert washef out caused the wreck. The engine and two 'mail cars and baggage car passed •over the culvert, but the engine left the track through spreading of the rails) .rolled over on its side and killed' Engineer 'James Griffin and Fireman Michael Roach, both of El^bart, .. - • . , • . . 'A. UHlu ovr<?|ii< Awwy . .-• La-Torte, I ml:. Aug. 14. — The west cm portion of this county was deluged by a cloudburst. Xorth of Otis, on tin Louisville, ICew Albany .&' -.Cbicage rnilroad, a d;im \vns swept away- arid several hundred feet of track washed out. -Reports received from other localities indicate that 'losses • from buildings struck by lightning : and damage to crops will be heavy. ' • Over a Tboumuid Graduate. .-. 7 Valparaiso, Ind., Aug. 14.— The Twenty-third annual commencement eser» cises of the Northern Indiana Xormal school were field in the college "auditorium. Key. , John .Rusk, . of,. Chicago* delivered an address. This has been the rnost prosperous year in the history 'of 'the school. The total numbei pf;g.raduates .for the yraY is 1.571 in ali The different departments. F»rm«r Die* lu a Gale. 'Valparaiso, Ind.', Aug. 14.— During I heavy ^torm John Peitscher, a farmer, arose and started for his barn, and ai he. got into the yard fell over dead. ' H« was. 72 years old. The barn of William IJiggs, of Bo'one Grove, was struck bj lightning and burned to the ground, together with the entire grain crop nnd eight horses. ....... ..... Dodgeii the Federal Officer*. Mount Vernon, Ind., Aug. 14.— Albert Wade, alleged defaulting assistant cr.shier of the First national bank, who dodged United States Marshal Grove* here, appeared- at -Evaniville and surrendered to Commissioner Wnrtman, gave a bond of $'3,000 and returned her*. A greatlegal fight ie promised-avcr-this! of;j.,c rtllO 'TOOIt"'' . * *?*- *i,'-"**»_*-",-.—^ ——i 7("'.~." r ~ ^c tota'^.-A'.'Tay^qr^Yere struck a)nd both ihkahioles t'brn"'i'n'; : 'tl>c'roof. '.The occu- torn' were sliirhttv stunned. Prejudice and' passion : will be appealed to, but notwithstanding all: thl* It 1» our duty to.present thla great question to .the voters of our nation ",with all the zeal,, energy and moana--at' our-' command, hoping- that'In the. 'sober 'quiet between now and November In the silence of deliberate Judgmunt'. It may receive that attention at the handsof the'voters'of our'country which lu importance'-demands." - - •'• | ;: nM BRYAN'S RLANS. ' . tilTM an • AudUnoe to Sewspuper ,M»n— .. . ,.will;Best for a Week.-.; . : . . New York, .Aug.. 14.—Mr. Bryan gave out the following at the audience grant-; ed the. newspaper men at noon Friday; ju> to his immediate future movement*: V. He will leave .New .York over the New York Central road for Irvington-on-the- Hudson/-where he-will be the guest. o\er Sunday.of John Brisben.WaJker.: On Monday.; he : and Mrs. Bryan will go i.to' TJpp«r lied Hook, N. Y., where they .will be> the guests.for a week Or: ten days,of Mr. and Mrs. E. C..Perrine. Mrs..Perrine'was Mrs.-Bryan's teacher' at the. Jacksonville'(111.) female: acad-: emy;••>.'•:" - : .' ' : ' • '' -^ • "• '•' Floocla Take Property and Life. .,' 'Aug. 14.—A distpatch froiri Bbm'bay to a news agent says that ter-'. rible floods, ha ye occurred through the' over,flp]>ving of the' River Kistna. The damage to property is immense ftnd thousands of persons, have been rendered'.homeless, their house* having be'en swept away. Two-hundred persons vy,ere dro.wned by the sinking<of a boat near -T.uta.ra. ' The overflowing .water. from .the river.has washed out a breach seven miles long in theiNizam of Eyder- abatis railway. .: . . :. .•:;*.•', ''- '•' •' Hail'lilke'Cannon JialU. ' " ,'. ',' Be« Moincsv'Ia., ;Aug: : 14.—Oyer' 3A9 ich'ea : of 'rain fell-at' Adel 'Th'ursday night, 'accompanied' 'by^a^heavy'jhaJl.', \del'is'30 inlleB.weBi of. tiere., Cprnis nearly'ruined;' ^Hailstones'-are.suid'tq iSv'e meosured'-fbur' in'cheg-'thrbngh: hundreds of : .English, .sparrows were j and.^eyery w.indojv;'.glass. jn;the was 1 broken:, iperry,, Da]Jas..Cen- id, ^Vauliee.. had .heavy, Drains,; but- jio[hail. Trees are,badlc broken apd;the-. fruit crop;damaged, 'i-f.- ;vr-T;? ::i "••':-"' Make Uollarn for Fifty Cents." ' ; ' shln^pni,,.Aug,,, H.—The,, secret "'(service bureau ]of the j ,tf i easury.dep.ait- 'DJfsnt• has. bjeen .requested, to look.into c a..ropbrt of .extensivcV.counterfeitJigof.j CTnited States iilycr dollars, in .one 'of_t_he't .fcentral Ainerlcah states.' The informa- tion'comes from a Mexican paper. :•' ' Flzht a Blue Eater Snake. «•* Portland, Ind., Aug. 14. — Three Laic* Erie & Western section men whll« mowing grass- "were attacked by •' huge blue t racer snake, which showed fight and/gaye ; :the .laborers a pretty fight to get away 'with it. The snake was Anally -killed. It measured sis feet and seven inchen:tn length. ' Bpy.iFatallr Injured. ' Shelby ville; 'Ind., Aug.- . M.-rr Edward] Duffy and Edward O'Connell. ; of Clni cinnati,'.aged;'35,. were-'put off a freight train at ''Acton-, and .'sat down on ""tn« cross ties to a wait-another train. TUejf fell. asleep? 1 !!! .that condition and wewi struck .anil fatally .injured.' They tad Tun'away-fronj horne. ' "{ , ••„•' '\: : -'' Charged wlthisteallof Jewelry... '• - Hammond, Ind., Aug.. 14.— Frank J, Merrick, who. was'-brougb.t.'.to Crowfe Point from Denver", Col., is charged wlli stealing" $500 worth of diamonds from M. Altman, of this city,' early : In; Julyi Those in the case claim to have traced the. diamonds. to, where they were sold by Merrick.' . : , . ... . .. • ; . :,.r.-.".*'. ; f ;.-;..- •'• ' Co»l- Firm Fall* : •,-': .-• y.f.,'.. Bulliyan,. -Ind., Aug.. 14.— Watson, Little & 'Co., coal operators, havlpg. mines' in Sullivan, Green and Clay counties, have made an "'assignment. Thi; liabilitiwr are'$75;000j assets;- $150,006; The failure i» attributed to the**trIW of miners. . .- ". ; ,. ".•.'-. •• '••) •'• . .. •'• : Farmen *A«lrn. Greensburg.Mnd., . Aug. 14.: — Mrs. Sarah Goodwin, conducting a farm here,' has' assigned, the' "asae'ttT" belnjf $5,000 and. liabilities about. $8,000;: ;W. F. Eeisling, a farmer, has also, failed. Hie 'assets are $20,000, with liabilities of $30,000. ; . N«w Pretldlnr Elder. Valparaiso,- Ind.vAug. 14."— Bishop Andrews, ''of the Methodist Episcopal church, appointed Dr. 'Samuel Beck; of South Bend, presiding elder of the Valparaiso district, vice Dr. J. Hv.\yil»oh," of lliis' city, resigned because of pi6oT health. ;'';• ;• ';-. -. .-• -." • ;•"• • -.-- 1 : Favor Tin Plate Striker*. . '. .-, '. Elwood, Ind., Aug. 14.— The Elwood. trades' council has -declared itself. In favor of the, striking tin-plate .workers' and will render aJl the aid and as-, si«tance in its power to help the' men In their fight against the company. '' FUe Work* Clole DOWD. Anderson; Ind., Aug. 141 — The Arcade file works of this city, the largest ia tfiij' ^country, have closed' indefinitely: ' T\d" company- does; a big business in all'for- 'eign ports. ,...,;.. ,".:..*'. ....-,;. ...•.;•-•«•,'. Kew Bowlnc K*oonL- . Saratoga, N\ -Y,, Aug.;14. Id'ay, of . the twenty-fourth annual , re-. gatta ; of ' the National Association.'.' of .'. Amateur Oarsmen^-iinessed.the lifeak- . ing of the mile knd a half record; Cdj--' iward H, Teneyc, of the WachusettsBoat club, Worcester, Mass;, making' the dl«i ttoice in. 9^30. or. 0,:01Vj. better ..thah-lftB. by-Jucy in 1H95., . • . .- -^ ..,., ;....•.. , ., Wlntt I. St'. Joseph, Mo., Aug. 14.— Inaterribls . M'indstoriu-'thdt raged for half an hour B^ri limber pl^ilgiiig thenl _the rw* _ V nt -ex-slrivps,' .iledicattd a took refu*4 ' rtf u'o'arfi norjth of ta« city, and was killed by lightning

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