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niK INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL. SATURDAY. AUGUST 3. 1901
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INVALIDE REEHER OOODS
Air Ud. rillow nl Chalr Cuahlo.. Iloaptta!
Hin;;. Urinals. Mel I'ahs. Foun'a.n and Uulb
fcyitnge. Hut Water Jtuttl-. iStoinacD Tubaa
u1 rnower Hatha. Hatli Cabtnt-
WM. II. AKM.STIlüNO A CO..
s.hgical i.sTiitaii:.NT makkiw,
t.'i ir : ? S. Meridian street. In.llan.'i-.'l!!i. Ind.
A THRILLING WAR STORY
an K.xciTiMi hin r i oh iioi:u DYNA
MITE rilüM A HAM) CA H.
Tolil In the Dead f Muht While the
urrn(or n EiismKcd in Scrlon
l'uiiieK on the Veldt.
Letter in London Mail.
It is early morning and bitterly coM.
Only the stars-frozen spim-les of lightin
the heavens; only t. whi.e rime of frost on
the ground and between frost ami stars an
empty ilencc. navo that from the engine of
the m.Ul truln thai has been lull up all
r:,',ht at the litt lo veldt sidlr.j; tonne the
l:i-i ml roar peculiar to its kind. A feather
of sttam hakto im;.atkr.t !y at its sat'tty
valve. ftr the wakeful -nptn. and the
sOee;y pasn-nper i: irh h 'hind are ready
as au liht s.li!l co.r.e to resume the
Interrupted jo:trne t l'retorla.
Tat much may hav happened in the
night I'rother Hoer may hive cr pt down
in the -larkr.t!-? and lif.vd a rail, or worse,
Ifft a pocket, of c.rne unpleasant mes-s art
fully hi.'.lrn belwr-n tail and ballast with
the chjeci of rti'.iichiij th. rolling sdoek of
th iuipiiil miluary railways. b we are
Eoin' down thi line on the pander's trol
h y to nose out the mod.st ilt iroyers
that hi Je coyly behind deepen; and retire
utiobtruiv-1 to the shelter of lihp'.ate s.
!!ef r- haven and a critical public, I
tie "lato 1 am no luro. although tlie men
who w-re with me were. They knew the
rh'A th y rar.--l th-i not. IVrhsp if 1 had
known the risns I was aboat to take 1
bhauM rot have gone; certain it is I will
Ii v r ?o ji'ain.
Thre lull private, one corporal of en
pin -ers. ciu- w ar r, '-respondent of the Daily
Mai! -that w.h the trolley's pasenper li.-t;
ani as th" night th-mpni of her sins and
pa'el ta.t. ard two of the Tom mir. gave
th-"1 ma'hire i' fhove j;:d v.e w-re off on
our ten mi!;s voyage of d!..overy. The
'loa 1" down hill and easy k o'.njr tor
a mil', and the enemy's country did not
b.ln until v.e irachvd the foot of the
t,?o;...-. There we passed th a'ivaneed ;ost
of the i-iiiln; juard a solitary Tommy hid
den wii wh'if in the imi-darknes. who
challerrjn! ;iel :ts silent.
Tat:. tle .. troa e-'mme:ictd. On the
outer edes of tiv trolley the corporal and
H man tle:eht d t h- rr m'! e." fi-d length
ulo:-;; a woo kn phttf rm. their h.a.I just
over eacliirr the fore enl of the t,!ley,
th'!r f !-.' atv;t tuer.ty Inches above the
rail. The ot'ner tuo nun tri.nIled the ear
RhnuvT. miw rur.:nt!j; a'.nnu.siüt. pu.-'ain
heavily, imw wittier: m iKr Lark of ih-Tt'itfo-M
pro- ell.tiji the !it!e truck tor
v.ard with an Cv-asijita! i!?k at the
around. I was state ! ami N'.ilps. fachip
ljr.vard. ani the eold ;:ir tame to my
mouth and in,e fr all the world l'kc a
dry he prty if m'..-1i a ihh'f, eouid bo.
Ta.re wa n.v just r.(i;h I'f.ht for the
twi. w.itili-rv t( s-c prr ;ty eVarly twenty
yati'.s ahead, at'.u t!; i!'.Ui!.:,";t-j of tlie
expera n '.v. p;.ss!tif- Atkh;.. w ho
purred ou j-lr. ; I ..l ; '.ne t.eic tor
"few- :pr ap-r ;:.. r.: ' a: : S r 1 in
the ir. :;t r of ,-p:o !td n Ii, ..i.d b:s"en-Vers.-.:.
;n w.. u.: -herf ul. His rep-rt.fy
lnelt:de. lie- .frri- o; t:i lrju'.;! iu.; e.r-I-o'al.
li e i'a th- it iw l.iya!i.- t. tia urft r
ur.ate a it at. I t i-- t a airasj . et II r
Tin: iNtaririiTivi: i.f vi.ist
Th" st(,?y of !,, in ;t;isit!v. aM-t w..s
ul. ut a I: 'er wh' livid ofi a farm. A'.ul
v;. n th- i:: !ih .:; ah-nj thi.- r: l;o, r
- r j v it . 1 It.ar L. ei rev.-p ii-tu in fai,r
of tia- ; ir tit.n the very hil; was al
lowed to liva c: hi larm. itovi l.d be rive
In hin ar::i.i t.'its Vre u.xt ;h.::-,i d lVr
har.(!d lu the Tow r muket with r;h!on i:e
hud been piugirg Tommies jtt 2..0 yarda
"Unzter the Hammvr."
We're pounding tli2 prices down; sonic
thz August heat has already melted,
some the dissolution sale has badly
fractured, the rest we're
r.iT-r re .1
af. Aof n regular price will now be visi
ble. It's your innings.
39 Boys' suits left from n lot that were
$10, SI J, SIS, they go at $6. 75
X CL L M V KLY.)
and upward, and the llintlock. which was,
yo to ypeak. his Ft conti barrel, and was
allowed to live peacefully in sight of the
And as every day passed Iiis love for the
Uritlsh increased, so that the amiable camp
commandant allowed him to visit the camp
and seil the brutal soldiery milk and veg
etables, liut th? amiable commandant was
not the fool his eyeclas and bis drawl led
; you to believe, ami he had a notion that the
new convert to imperialism was in the
habit and a disuustinu habit it Is of com
municating" with outside pals. And once a
culvert was inyst viously blown up. ami no
body saw the LJoers who did it. So the com
mandant, took that (I won't at
tempt to ton, down the ailjv'Cthe.-) Hckt
Into his confidence. Th" culvert south of
the sidinpr had been blown up, he said, but
had been repaired; ht was now having it
carefully guarded. He did not intend hav
ing the other culvert, which was north of
the siding, watched, as he did not think the
Hoe 1 3 would experiment on that, and. be
sides, he couhln.t spare the men. And the
lioer was i, uehed by the confidence the
guileless Philistine reposed In him and
wept. Thai night the commandant sent
for the farmer and held him in conversa
tion for two hours on agricultural pros
pects, what time two engineers laid dovn
a devlish contrivance near the northern
And this is the way it was mad". They
dig a hole and placed therein a camp ket
tle. Within that camp kettle were fifteen
pounds of dynamite. Inserted in that camp
kettle was the muzsle of a loaded Martini
carbine, and attached to the trigg-.T of that
carbire; wen' wires that the foot of the
most careful walker would nut fall to
catch. Well that ni?bt
The story stops suddenly, two pairs of
hands grip the ripht-hand brake and the
trolley jars to a standstill.
A NARROW ESCAPE.
We are off in a second, and the corpora!
is gingerly scraping away the earth piled
round a thing th.-.t looks like a bott!e with
the neck protruding. It is placed by the side
of the rt II, the bottle raised to the rail's
level, and had the truck gone another doz
en feet it would have smaihed the neck.
"This." said the corporal, speaking with
great niceness, and picking his words as
though some discordant phrase would be
sufheient to agitata the contents, "is a new
fake. I'm not going to take this along with
n:e. Here, What's-yoiir-name, take this bot
tle out about three hundred yards and
stick it tn s rock where we can see n."
What'.s-hls-nume tuikcd ihe bott.e unJer
his arm with as much uiuopcern as if it
were a bottl of beer, and strodtil to the
required distance. I fancy it was halt that
ui.-talH", for the bottle was quite distinct
in the broadening light. When What's-hie-naree
had got Heck the ft ur men look up
their rides irom the trtllty lioor and tak
ing steady aim. opened lire. Th third shot
took effect. The little black object, iu.n
visible, became Instantly a hro'-'d white
fan ol angry liaming light. Only for a sec
ond and then s;r.t.ke was whee liame had
been and the earth shook with the roar of
One," said the corpora! 'aconically, and
the journey was resumed. Hack to the
charge came the unecdoiul Tommy.
Well, this blank, blank Roer was found
in a dozen different p!ac.s the next raorn
'.n. he having proi.ted by the comman
dant's confidence to walk around the un
guarded culvert in the early morning with
a dynamite cartridge- ard a wicked smile
Tommy lapsed into fiction at this point to
sketch the Roer'. glee as he walked to his
work of destruction.
Now we an- at the top of the "bank,"
and there is a clear run down to the next
siding'. I -ay is heie now. and as we rattle
down the steep rnde we disturb th? thou
sand tiny creatures of the sun that are
waki:i. to activity.
"Steady with that! l'ut the brake on
you silly fool:"
This trom the corporal, for we are mov
ing at a groat rate, ami the wattlur
stretched at fall length, put their hards
up to turn the wind from lhdr eyes.
The brake fr.ils on the wh el, b ;t we have
gained too grert a momentum, and the p ace
ii not perceptibly slackened. The corporal
leohs eagerly forward; the growing light
has Increased his range ct vision, but ihe
s;eed of tin trolley has lessened its usc-ful-ru
"Rrake! Rrake! Tor tbui's sake!"
He has seen soniet hi:i en the lint a
something snuggling close to the rail an
ominous shapeless somei.hina; that has no
rifiht to he tlie re. In a momtnt you se
there is not time t. Jump for it: you can
hardiv rise to your feet in the time. Then
a swift hand sr.a.ches up a ri:le. the ride
ir- poised for a m't.r.i b- fore the whirring
wheels of th trodey. then dropped cross
w ise on to the rn tala.
There is a jump, a bone-racking thud.
I thvd. thud, as the wheels Lick up as.dr.st
! th" slcevers. the next minute thft-e is . n
o rtvrn. d trolley, with wheels still run
nimr i.n.l f;v human beings s;rav.::ng un
hurt Upon the veldt, but tile uW jItUe
slicks of dynamite with the upturned p r
cv.SMon cap ate -ntourn.d.
Only a broken ti!: a few feet from them
shevs where the trvllev Irft The line.
Victim of I'remnture Mlunt.
l.Ao V EH AS. X. M . A : Thru- men
w re ki'Ud tad fitali.v injur--! l.v :t
pre-r'.itnre blast of dvtatmite K,,;-k
Isl iilti e.vte'lMon. t v U t ' - h Ve P:lis e t if
Satl-.a Rca. The dead": Krat'.ci.-, I, .,.vz.
c ' . ii.i. 1, I'ald'j l.uruoi. t'nixto tJurule
was fatally hurt
.Manttoitu' V'l:eat Yield.
WIN Nil' EC. .Manitoba. Aug. .'.-Mr.
I. 'uiih M Ke..r. .1 -.! minister of :: ;ri-
-ulture. stln.airs the yil.l o: v.V-at in
M.triitnb.; l i.e Noi thv.t si terrdor Jor
II. is j e ar at ttova ,V.. i o t . "'.,.j lu.
Krnlnckv l.lternrv Man Kllleti.
LKXINOTON. Ky . Au;.'. .; .irjry W.
Ranck. one of the bast-known literary men
tif Kentucl y, v.ar struck a r 1 killed by a
LouiivKie & Nashville train tu-day.
TflREE PLANTS BURN
IIUOKHN OIL 1111-1 CAI SF.S A LOSS (IF
PIOO.tM'e AT II A M MOM).
Hndntit I'ire nt Torre Haute Cmied
Iy Small Hoy IdIitiiiK mill Tlirovv
inif Mntehes In the .Mill.
THE GAITHER-EUBANKS CASE
niiif.irr nf; at madiso.n csi:ts thi:
Ili:ST OF HIS OWMlltS.
Grecnnhttrar Seetire n err I'aetory
Death of n .MniHn llrT-KKlnl .Mnn
vrlth llroken Ruck Heeovers.
CHICAGO, Aug. 2. Hammond, Ind., was
threatened with destruction to-night by a
fire that consumed three larrje manufac
turing plants and caused a loss of more
thin Jiou.tw before it was under control.
The plants destroyed wer,- the Simpl.x
Railway Appliance Company, the Western
Rawhide Tannins Company ami the Ham
mend Rugery Company.
A bn ken oil pipe In a furnace in tha Sim
plex factory started the blaze and the
flames soon got beyond control of thoHocal
fire dcpaitment. Assistance was sent from
Kensir.gton and South Chicago, and the
combined efforts of the three villages pre
vented any further spread of the tire until
the wind shifted from the north to the
northeast, carrying the flames away from
the surroundirg buildings, which had been
threatened with destruction.
O . er live hundred workingmen will be
thrown out of employment.
Imy IMrtye-l with Mnlehes.
Spelal to the Indianapolis Journal.
TERRE HAUTE. Ind., Aug. 2. Four
beys, the oldest eleven and the youngest
seen, told in Police Court this morning
how they set lire to the Hudr.ut hominy
mill property yesterday, causing a loss
of $M..00. They testined separately, and
their stoties were contradictory, each try
in? to save himself from the accusation
of having thrown the particular match
that et fire to the sacks in the warehouse,
but 'when all four stood In a row and
w-ro questioned collectively the truth
came out that they v ere striking matches
and that one was as guilty as another.
They said they dropped the matches light
ed to see if thev would go out bef.,re start
ing a tire. When the biaze started they
ran to the ofllce and gave the alarm. The
boys did not seem to understand the
moral responsibility of their act. They
had ben in the habit of playin about
the property-, and frequently had been driv
en away. The boys said that one- of their
number rot the matches at his home.
Judge Rawiey sent them to jail in default
of 5C.O0 bail each to await furtli- hearing
Fx rm Resilience lliiriied.
Special to the Indianapolis Journal.
SHEER VVlLLE. Ind.. Aug. 2.-The coun
try residence of Jc hn Nelson, one mile east
of Gwynneville, 01. the edt;e of lvu)i coun
ty, burned thlr. evening between 5 and t
o'clock. A defective hue was the cause.
Loss, s, Con.; insured for $1,X0 in Farmers'
Wllllnm Henry Rogrers, ÜHtllson Dtial
n e Mhii and Politician.
Fpeclal to the Irt Jiinapolis Journal.
MADISOX, Ind.. Aug. 2. William II.
Rogers lied this morning of endocarditis,
lit- fell from a bicycle In front of his store
1-Jst Friday and tht shock induced the
disease, lie was not seriously sick until
William Henry Rogers was born in Madi
son on Nov. 17, lü 14, the second son of
Dr. Joseph Roger, long a leading citizen
of Madison. He was graduated from the
Madison High School in P2 and Imme
diately entered the drug; business, in which
he continued until his death. He was
prominent in Democratic city antl county
politics: was defeated for State represent
ative, but served several tTms as city
tre-a surer. He served in the Indiana Le
gion ditrirp the civil war. For over a
quarter of a century he was a director
ami secretary of the Madison Library As
sociation. He tr.artitd Miss Henrietta
(irigs. of ISristol, Cum., in 173. ana she,
with one daughter and two sous, survive.
AVnlter S. llHrrlngrton.
SOUTH REND, Ind., Aus. 2.-'alter S.
Harrington, of South Rend, manager of tlie
Ht. Louis branch of the Oliver plow works,
of this city, died late last night. His death
was the result of injuries received in step
ping from a moving street car in St. Louis.
The body will be brought here. Mr, ii,ir.
riogton was forty-two years old.
Mr. ThoimiK Kerr.
Pj.rcfil to th" Indianapolis Journal.
FXION CITY, Ind., Aug. 2.-Mrs. Thomas
Kerr, the wife of a retired business man,
diet! at her home In this city to-day, aged
eighty years. She was the- mother of two
daughters and live sons, the latter of
whom are well-known business men, four
m this city ami one in Chicago. She came
to this city with her family from Wayne
county thirty years ago.
f J AIT! IHR -E I'll. W KS CASE.
C'ireniiintnnee Which Led to Thl
Week lvnii!n Develoitmeiitn.
Sptcial to tht" In llar.apolia Journal.
WASHINGTON. Ind., Aug. 2. The veri
fication of the rumor that James A. Gaither
had died suddenly at Fort Scott, Kan.,
while living unlawfully with Nannie Eu
banks, for whom he deserted his wife last
March, has reopened discussion of the sen
sational elopement. Galther was a well-to-do
merchant and farmer and a brother
to ex-Representative Razil Galther. of
Km:; county, lie converted his property
into cash, and aft.-r going to South Caro
lina wrote his wife that he wcadd never
return. The deserter wife took steps to
retain some illegally converted property
and in a measure succeeded. It was st em
learned that Nannie Eubanks had disap
peared, and it was believed that she h.nl
joined Galther. Tals fact was established
by a letter from Miss Eubarks to her
father telling him of h-r downfall and in
forming him that Gaither was dying at
Fort Scott. An attoT.ey for Mrs. Gaither
Investigated, and when he reached Fort
Scott tin man was dead and his alleged
wife was taking the train for Indiana with
$V. She was arrested and turned over the
money ie the. authorities and is now in
Kansas without a penny. Gaither had pur
chased a tine farm, and it will be claimed
by the widow.
Th past two years have been a clouded
period for Gaither. He reared from infancy
his dead brother's child, ard she grew into
a beautiful Kiri and was very popular.
About tv:o y.-r.rs aeo she was found dyir.g
from the Tec's of poison, ana when tiie
co-oner fr i.i an in.p;et th circumstances
pointed str'. uIy to crime, but th; verdict
w:'s that death wa due to morphine self,
administered. The girl was scan to become
a mm r.-r. So strong were tr- circum-stam-H-,
that pointed towards Gaith'T's cor-ne:-ii-
'i with th- ca-e that ho public
i Turned ;.'rai:st mm nnd ae '.ens virtually
I e.-'.racired. His elopement was -er..-a:ion.i!.
! but was )v 'iev d to have been for relief
Tn.-re than a deire to live with tlie Hub-inks
giil. Gaither has been buried In
si it roil m voim i:
Itntercil nt (ir - cnnliur ly u Prttml-
ncnt Resi lenl nt thnt IMnce.
yfci:.! to th IiutijnaiHjiM Journal.
(iREENSliFRG, Inl., Aus?. :.-L:tte this
afternoon Morgan L. Miers, a wealthy
farmer, fdetl a suit for divorce ugalnst his
wife. Gall Miers. His nttotneys are Ewinj
&. Smilev. of this city, and his brother,
Robert W. Mlcrs, Congressman from the
The trouble between Mr. Mlcrs and his
wife grew out of an Incident that happened
at the home of Mr. Mlcrs last Monday
night. Mr. Mlcrs owns a farm of over hoü
acres near Rurnry Station, and last Mon
day, on leaving for his farm, told his wife
he would not be at home that night. Rut
it appears that he suspected his wtfe of
receiving attention from another man, antl
he returned late that evening. On entering
his hue he found S. T. M incur, a leading
dry guoda merchant of this city, there.
Minear attempted to escape - through th-
back door, but Miers followed him into the
yard and heat him severely with a cane
and then tired two shots at him, one snot
grazing Ids arm. Minear has recovered
from his injuries suMiclently to le-ave his
room. The affair caused considerable ex
citement here owing to the prominence of
Miers took their children, a boy of seven
years and a girl of two. to his farm, and
in his complaint for divorce he asKS for the
custody of the children.
Alienation of Affection. Alleged.
Special to the Indianapolis Journal.
RICHMOND, Ind., Aug. 2. The suit of
Mrs. Minnie True, wife of Charles II. True,
against Rebecca Starr for JG.Coo damages
for alleged alienation of her husband's af
fections was tiled here to-day. Th True .
were married in 1SS7 and separated in April
of this year. The complaint says the de
fendant is responsible for True deserting
his wife and two children.
31 Ell ELY A FAKIR'S TALE.
o Hank tit Akron Wn Robbed of
n;.(KII, an Iteported nt iojtheii.
AKRON, O., Ai'g. 2. Every bankin.j in
stitution in Akron denies that it his been
robbend of $1ö.öof;. er e.ny money at all. as
claimed in a dL-paUh from Goshen, Ind.,
where, it is said, nun are under arrest
for doing the job.
The dispatch alluded to was printed in
a local jiewsprptr under "scare" lines.
It was a "scoop" In line with many other
exaggerations now being vent out by
"fake" correspondents who are more anx
ious to rob the newspapers than tell the
Factory Will Resume ' Monday.
Special to the Indianapolis! Journal.
1NGALLS, Ind., Aug. 2. -After a prac
tical shut-down of a month, the Wagner
glass factory,, ope of tlie largest bottle
houses in the gas belt, will resume opera
tions here next -Monday. Apprentice hands
have worked all summer on fruit jars, and.
permission tar' : rim during the summer
months was asked of the F. V. U. Local
blowers took exception to the use of ap
prentices, aIthomh it was - understood the
company should use them, and not a little
friction has resulted, that has led to con
flicts betv.etn the resident-blowers on one
side ami the law nuthor'ties and citizens op
the other. Many blowers have been arrest
ed and fined for profanity and provoke.
The glass company has had noth' :g to do
with this trouble, eycept as strtt;, in tlie
working of its a, prentices. Tlie F. W. l
granteti permission to other plants making
the same ware and refused the request of
the Wagner Company.
Will Vote" on Two Subnlillcs.
Special to th'i Indianapolis Journal.
ROCHESTER, Ind., Aug. 2 Excitement
is running high on the proposition to vote
a subsidy of 1 10,X to the Toledo & Chicago
Transfer Railway and $25,eix) stock to the
Wabash Ä. Rochester International Electric
Railway. Election will be held on Wednes
day, auk. - Crowds: stand on the street
corners and discuss the question pro and
con. A poll of the township has been taken
and reported at committee meeting last
ibght. Giving the opposition the benefit of
all douhtful and noneommital voters the
poll showo that both propositions will carry
by a majority of at least Mx to one.
Jail Wedding: Did nt Take Place.
Special to the Indianapolis Journal.
KOKOMO, Ind.. Aug. 2. Omar Miller and
Lizzie Iiw.son were to have been married
behind the Ntrs In the county jail here this
afternoon by the Rev. W. J. Floyd, pastor
of Main-street Christian Church, but Mrs.
lawsori. who had been released to put on
the wedding garment, failed to return. The
license had ben procured and the minister
wait present, but no bride appeared. Miller
is siill in jf.il, where he has been for some
time for living with M' . Lavvson. 'Ihe
woman had Miller, , arre sted for trying to
poison her. Tiie jnin then confessed that
there was no le;;:;l marriage, and the wom
an also was arrested.
Married Three Weekn AVIien Killed.
Speeial to the Irdlanapohs Journal.
ANDERSON, Ind., Aug. 2. Charles
Myers, aged tweMy-five, was instantly
killed in the yards of the? 1'anha.ndie this
morning, being run over by a train cf cars
pushed by a switch engine. Myers ws
sent here a short tirr ago from Richmond,
where he lived, to ri'.-ist the local yard
crew. He hs- his footing this morning and
fell on the tails in' front of the train. Seven
cars passed over the body. Mrs. Myers, a
bride of but thrc-f weeks, was in tee city
on a, visit to her husband and iclatives
litre. The body wis taken to Richmond
this evening. :
Dos; Reat Hit OMitcr Home.
Fpecia! to the InJUra;cl: Joirn il.
MADISON, Ind., Aug. 2. Last Saturday
Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Lcbind took passage on
the- Big Kanawha, accompenied by their
little Scotch teri'icv 'dog Bub, Intending to
leave the oog-'T in 1 luisville with some
ftienels. After leaving the dog fastened up
s-e-Ui'ely tlo-y bade him good-bye and lelt
him, but the deg liberated himself from
his confinement, made his way immedi
ately to the Louisville wharfboat, took
passage on the steamer City of Louisville
and got off at the Madison wharfboat.
When his owners reached home they found
he had preceded them by a day.
Elk Will Invite Governor Dnrbln.
Special to the Indianapolis Journal.
JEFFEESOXVILLE. Ind., Aug. 2.-The
Elks have decided to set aJ-ide one day of
their carnival, which will be given from
Sept. 1(3 to 21, inclusive, as Indiana day,
and Governor Dui bin w iil be invited to
attend. The chief executive is an enthusi
astic Elk. and they have every hope that
be will accept the invitation. The carnival
wiil lc opened with a Ilower parade t.n
Montlay, which promises to surpass in
beauty any thin--' ever attempted in southern
Inui. i.a. Cheap rates wid be gnui on all
roacis running into the city.
Terre Haute Socialists Are Cur. tic.
s";i i;d to the Iiiulan.ij olia J urnal.
TERRE HAUTE, Ind., Aug. 2. -The Terre
Haute delegates to tha Socialists' unity
convention at Indianapolis, who returned
home to-day, are caustic in their com
ments on the effort to discredit their fellow-townsman,
Eugene Debs, by tile Sen
tinel aral the agent of th- Asso- -d l'rcss
by making it appear -that the n -uit of t .
con'-entioii work is a repudiation of Debs.
It is pointed out-that the Indiana delega
tion, tvliich. of course, , is loyal to Deb. ,
voted for the reorganization plan as it went
Telephone Men Elect OUicerA.
Special to the Indianapolis Jjurnal.
NEW ALBANY, Ind., Aug. 2.-The fol
lowing officers were elected to-day by the
Southern India.. a Independent Telephone
Association, in session In this city: Presi
dent, G. A. Ki' nle. Huuti.igburg; vice pres
ident, C. D. Knj 11. New Albany; secre
tat'v, E. W. l'i.it khardt. 1 1 en tiny, hot.:
ticasuier. T. M. Thorn. Lamar. The place
for holding tha next convention was not se
lected. The delegates were given a tredley
ride this a'lerao.n in .eiofviUo. and were
the gu sts of the uIMcers of the Home Tele
phone Company of that city.
.Mini vlth Broken Rack Recover!.
?I iial t th- Ir. oaiaipab Journal.
TERRE HAFTE. Ind., Aug. 2.-Robert
Ferguson, u;;cd twenty, a miner, who
was bro-irbt to the hospital in March from
Linton with a broken back cacsed by a
mine accident, was taker, to his home -.---terday.
lb will e hMpVss the- rest of" his
li.v. Lee Center, who w is l.r...iu:ii to tlie
hospital from Grant rv - t!y, a!.-,, with a
biok- n h ick from rn'ra- ar'ilr.l, has
been placed in a piaster cast. The sur
geons doubt if he will recover.
Greenwbursr Secure n Factory,
Special to the Ir. !:una; o'Aa Journal.
GREENSBEKG. Ind., Aug. 2. After a
great deal of hnrd work all but four or
hvu ol the 170 lots which were set apart
for that purpose have been sold to raise
the money necessary to secure the Rvish
ville furniture factory. The committee will
dispose of the remaining lots without
ttouble, and close up the deal with Mr.
Kitchen, of Rushvllle. Work on the fac
tory building will begin next week.
AniMtinn Child Cripple Itself.
Special to the Indianapolis Jojrr.al.
KOKOMO, Ind., Aus. 2. To-day a three-3ear-old
son of Walter Gammon tritd to
imitate a contortionist by sitting tlown on
the floor with a leg straight out from the
body each way, in show parlance, a "split."
In making the effort the neck of the femur
bur.e, at the hip joint, was broken off. The
injury will make- the child a life cripple, if
it does not die from the effects.
Militia Company to VUlt IlniTalo.
Special to the Indianapolis Journal.
TERRE HAFTE, Ind.. Aug. 2. Company
R. the local organization of the Indiana
National Guard, has tixed on the second
week in September for a trip of the com
pany to Euffulo. timing the Isit so as
to be there on Indiana day. The $Cao ex
pense money is about all raised.
HARTFORD CITY. "Snaky" Ilousand,
the glass worker who committed a murder
ous assault on William Miller while Tm;
latter was confined to ids bed with typhoid
fever, was nm-il on three counts by the
mayor. The charges agdnst him were as
sault, intoxication and malicious trespass.
The tints and costs amounted to $07. 0, and
the sum was paieh Miller probably will
recover1, and Housand has voluntarily sub
scribed to an oath to abstain from tiie Use
ELKHART. The Rev. A. II. McKee,
pastor of the Fiflh-avenue Methodist
Church at Goshen, has ac epted a call from
the church at Warren. Minn., an.1 will
leave Go&hen about Aug. 15. He is one of
t young" men of the Northern Indiana
Conference, and thinks there is mo-e
chance for a young minister in the West
than in Indiana.
WEST FIE LO. -The two women's clubs,
three of the churches, the Crane! Aitny
Post, the Woman's Relief Corps, the W.
C. T. F. and other organizations in th3
town have .elected a committee represent
ing each to propose a plan for founding
a public library. About everybody in the
town is interested in the jvoject.
UNION CITY. An air compresser to
cost l,Ttti has been authorized to be added
to the city water-works plant to pump
water from an abandoned gas weil, which
is fount! to be supplied with excellent
spring water. The action was made neces
sary by the extreme drought, which has
curtailed the local supply.
RICHMOND. Favid Caldwell and Oscar
Frame, weli-known young men. pleaded
guilty in Police Court Friday to charges
of burglary and grand larceny, and were
held to the Circuit Court under SäoO bonds.
They visited several business houses re
cently and secured money from some of
NEW ALBANY. Sheriff Smith, of Law
rence county, has urrivcd from Bedford
and taken charge of Mrs. Nelson Fritz,
charged as an accessory to the murder
of John Feister, who was killed by her
husband on Monday. Fritz has not been
FRANKLIN. Auditor Brown has ap
pointed Chaborn Scott trustee of Needham
township to succeed James II. Pottenger,
deceased. The new trustee was the Demo
cratic candidate against Mr. Pottenger,
who was a Republican, last fall.
TERRE HAUTE. A new school building
will be erected for the Sisters of , Pro 1
elence to replace the one burned the other
day. It will adjoin St. Patrick's Church
and will be buitt wdth the proceeds of a
legacy recently received.
PORTLAND. Two power houses in the
Geneva field, owned by the Superior Oil
Company, burned to the ground Thursday,
much machinery being ruined. The loss
amounts to several thousand dollars.
COURTLAND. A spark from a thresh
ing engine on the farm of Fred Moorman
yet tire to his barn Friday, and the house
and barn and their contents, including l.t.0
bushels of okl corn, were destioyed.
DUBLIN. The annual reunion of the
Addleman family, of Wayne county, will
be he'd on Saturday no.-th of Middleboro.
Several well-known Wayne county speak
ers wiil uttend.
MAXINKUCKEE. The managers of the
Maxinkuckee As-senbly have received word
1 from Mrs. Carrie Nation that she will be
present on Sunday, Aug. 4, antl will deliver
VZNCENNES. Charles Harmon, deaf and
dumb, was killed by an K. v T. H. passen
ger train Friday alteration while returning
to the city from his farm. He was un
LYNN. The contract has been let for
the erection f a new school building nere.
It will be built by W. II. Creeps, of Riuff
ton, at a cost of ?12,415.
m TEST YET MADE.
Denial of IlntnorM that Electrical Cam
Are Running VZT Mile nti Hour.
WASHINGTON, Aug. 2. United States
Consul General Mason, at Reriin, has found
It necessary to forward to the State De
partment a correction of very generally
published newspaper statements to the ef
fect that new e lectric trains have been run
ning at the rate of 125 miles an hour be
tween Berlin and Hamburg. Mr. Mason
says that a series of high-speed trials are
to be made on an eighteen-mile line between
Berlin antl Zossen, aided by the German
government. In August and September,
which will attract the electricians of tlie
world. The greatest electrical house In
Germany has built a special motor car
which is to run in competition with one
made by one of the leading America: con
cerns for this special test.
Appointment in the I'hillpnines.
WASHINGTON, Aug. 2. The War De
partment ha3 been Informed that Captain
Charles C. McLean, Forthy-seventh Infan
try, United States Volunteers, has been
appointed provincial treasurer of the prov
ince of Tayabas, in place of First Lieuten
ant John W. C. Abott. Thirtieth Infantry,
who has been relieved, ami that Second
Lieutenant Richard 11. Sutherland. Forty
fourth Volunteer Infantr, has been a"
pednted provincial treasurer of the province
of Bohol, relieving First Lieu ten;1 nt Fred
trick 1. Dengler, of that regiment.
Courtesies Slitovn ICeni.
WASHINGTON, Aug. 2. The Navy De
partment has received a long mail report
from Admiral Remey detailing the courte
sies shown himself and his oftiters and men
on tl;e occasion of the Brooklyn's visit to
Australia, to be present at the opening of
the first Farliament of Confederated Aus
tralia. Every honor was shown him. and
many pleasant things were said cf the il
lations between tills country and the Brit
ish colonies at the round 01 banquets and
dinners which took place.
Nutiotinl Caiiitnl Noten.
Fpeeial to the Indianapolis Journal.
WASHINGTON. Aug. 2. Rural free de
livery has been ordered commenced Oct. 1
at Hamilton, Steuben county, Indiana.
Eengta of route, 27 miles; area covered, 32
square miles; population served, WS; car
rier, S. E. Aldrich.
The ccntrolicr cf the currency to-day Is
sued a certificate authorizing the State Na
tional Bank of Lowell, Ind., to begin busi
ness; capital, $."0.Oxj; John Lynch, president,
and E. E. Nelson, cashier. Th's wa.i for
merly the State bank of Loweli.
Senor Garcia-Meru, one tune minister to
"Washington from the Argentine itc-public,
has just returned here in tiie same capacity.
He. was succeeded here by Dr. Eluarelo
Wilde in May, 1-'. The returning minist r
called at the State lApartment to-day in
company with St. nor Eel iso. who has
been .te-tinK as charge since Mr. Wilde 'e re
tirement, to arrange tor the presentation
of Sencr Gacia-Jn ru.
TV0 SENATORS AT CANTON.
I la una rani (u I loin Anion; the Prrnl-ili-nt'n
CA.VToX, O.. Aug. 2 -Senator Hanna
reatiieii the city ul EC j. m. He vj;
met at the statio:. l.y Secretary Cortelyou
and driven directly to the McKinley home,
where he pr.haLly will remain with Mrs.
Hanni until to-n.orrow evening.
Senator Cullo-n. c f IiHr.ois. spent the day
wl'h the Fre-idcnt. 11H object In coming
here, he fald this irorning, was to confer
with tlie President on tveo or throe matter.-',
mne of which was af general jdih ic
intei'e.-t. "I expect to tih: over the legis
lative v. oi k f.ir tlie next winter," s.ii.i in
senalcr "I do pot look for any gen-ral
taritf revision, and h..pe there wi'd be none.
J think we can make the few needed tari.7
changed without much trouble and without
the disturbance to business that would fol
low gene till revision."
The senator said he did not expect much
legislation on the Philippines this Fes-ion,
as the present system should be given a
trial to seo what can be made of the people.
He exp.e-s tha minority to do .a go d o al
of talking about Cuba. He expects the ship
subsidy till may pass.
Dr. II. L. Ilorlheck, an Anthority on
CHARLESTON. S. C. Aug. 2.-Dr. Henry
L. Herlbe-ck, at the time of his death and
for many years health o'tieer at this port,
died here yesterday. lie was a Ce.nfe.'a.-rate
surgeon of ability, an ex-presid. ut of the
American Medical Association and an emi
nent authority en yellow fever. His body,
according to Ids direction, will be cremated,
the third instance of the kind in the his
tory of South Carolina, the first having J
been Henry Laurena, the presid nt ef the
Continental Congress, who died in 17.'2, the
lirst cremation in this country.
Cnpt. John lllrd.
ST. LOIMS. Mo., Aug. 2. Cart. John Rii J.
who for fifty ears has been a prominent
figure in river circles, died suddenly at his
home in this city to-day of heat exhaus
tion. In the civil war he owned two steam
ers, the Exporter and the Importer. These
did otlicur.t service in carrmg munitions
of war and as transports. At the concb--sion
of the war Captain Eird entered the
service of the Anchor line. For tweniy-s.x
years he wvts general freight and paatenycr
agent of this line.
NEW YORK. Aug. 2. Dr. Stephen Foss,
formerly a practicing physician and a
Greek scholar, is dead at his home in
Brooklyn. He lost his eyesight on account
cf constantly poring over Greek manu
scripts and for the past six years had been
almost totally blind. Dr. Foss was born in
Portland. Me., seventy-.dx years ago. When
the civil war broke out he was practicing
medicine in Cincinnati and enlisted as an
A cable has been received announcing
the dc it'n. in Germany of Dr. Henry Ann
garrit, a physician, of Brooklyn.
STOCKHOLM. An.. 2.-Hans Luding Fcr
shedl, formerly Swedish minister of linance,
ilietl last night at San Bernardino. Switzer
land, lit contributed largcd to the intro
duction of goM into circulation in Sweelen.
TWO F&0H ONE GALLOWS.
Jamei Klrbv nnil Itoliert Lee lluiiKed
in Florida for Murder.
ST. AUGUSTINE. Fla., Aug. 2. A large
crowd assembled at the jail yarel and at
tempted to witness the execution of James
Kirby and Robert Lee, who were con
demned to die for the murder of Julius
Eskew last May. Lee was found guilty of
being an accessory in the crime. On the
gallows to-day he protested that he was
innocent. Kirby's neck was broken by the
fall, while Lee struggled for life for about
lift eon minutts and died from strangula
tion. The best of order prevailed.
Execution of a Mexican.
SAN ANTONIO, Tex., Aug. 2. Juan
Rocha was hanged in the county jail to-day
for the murder of John Grimsir.ger about a
year ago. Rocha was an aged Mexican
servant of the Grimsinger family and was
deeply devoted to Mrs. Grimsinger. She
lived unhappily with her husband and in
duced the old Mexican to kill him while he
slept. The evidence shewed that plans hail
been made to that end for more than two
weeks. Mrr. Grimsinger is serving a life
sentence for the crime.
CORN CHOP'S CONDITION.
Secretary M'llnon In ventlKait Iiik I'eo
ple of .Nebrnaka in Good Shape.
OMAHA, Neb., Aug. 2. Secretary of Ag
riculture Wilson is on his way from Lin
coln to Sioux City, where he goes to
further investigate the condition of the
corn crop. Speaking of his trip to-day Sec
retary Wilson said: "Corn Is somewhat
seriously injured in all the States of the
corn Oclt. How much. I can't pretend to
say. Our monthly bulletin. Issued Aug. lu,
will give the percentage. The people in Ne
braska are not going to starve, it U only
a question of how much monev they will bo
able to put in the bank. Wheat, in Ne
braska, is good, but oats have probably
Jury Dliimrt'eii m Second Trial.
DENVER, Aug. 2. The jury in the case
of W. W. Anderson, charged with the
shooting of II. H. Tarnmen rnd F. G. Ron
liis, proprietors of the Evening I'ost, after
considering the testimony for L.ix and a
half days, to-night reported its Inability to
agree on a verdict and was discharged.
The shooting occurred Jan. 13. This was
the second trial, the other having ended in
uiirtcrmnHlcr Clerk .XInkIii.
SKATTLE, Wash.. Aug. 2. Word w.n re
ccived here froir. Victor!. t to-day of the
alleged defalcation of Quartcr:natf r's
Clerk John McCaull and his disappearance
frm the I'nit.d States transport Egbert,
on which he was assigned to dutv. His
; shortage Is said to be i,4;:. The Egbert
sabcti lor Alaska July 31.
Eight Cominuifc C'oiiMoHtlnteil.
TIEFIX. O.. Aug. 2. A ileal was per
fected to-day by which the Tiffin Eight antl
Fuel Company, the TilHn Electric Eight
Company and the Tiflln Gaslight Company
were consolidated. The new company i3
backed by Toledo and Detroit capital.
They rh-o control plants at Helpno, New
Eremen and Minster.
ItufTnlo G.MMit ion Ail iiiIm.Iiii.
Ii UEFA EO. Aug. 2. The bureau of ad
missions announces the admissions at the
I'au-Ameri -an exposition durirg the first
three months, ending at midnight on July
31, as 2,721.1"';. With the exception of one
week the admissions have shown a, steady
m t 7tt f : vr I - 1 ' ßJrZ ! 1 ZT -. 4 -4 hV - a-a .a 4r
var. ,.'v7!r7 y??rrr.:
-'- ' --" i - -- f- tt i r
Few are entirely fr:-c from iL
Ii may develop so fc!oriy &s to cni?o
little If any !iMrtance tluriuf: the "tfbolo
Iriod c? childhood.
It niiy then pr vluoe irr rtlarity c,f the
fbnnach and bov;c!?, jy5r j.sia. ra'arrh,
imd m?rked Lmdenry to cor, sumption
ijefora ma:.ifeti:u itrelf in m ich cutaneous
rniption or glandular swclli!:.
It is bet to be sure that you are qnio
tree from it. and for 13 complete eradica
tion you can rely ca
Hood's Sarsa par ilia
The be-; of all n.etü-i'.es f r all humors.
saws am) Mil l m rri.ii:?.
If vonr bardwnre th-r.Vr did nt w l! von an
ATKINS MLYU.'t Si UliL II Ms V w.h -n
oil called for It la-t w eek, i lea-.-l ns know.
W e win th et von L" t o:u A'l'kl.Ns SAW'S
HEsT C. E AKTIl.
E. C. ATKINS k C().t AlVfrs,
406 South Illinois Street.
A K7 C HKI.TI.Mi and
Sri V Ö If .M ERY WHEELS
SPEC lALTIKs OK
Y. B. Barry Saw and Supply Co.
122 F. rCNN. ST. All klnvJs cf Par-? rrt!re5.
it VILKOAI1 TIME CARD.
1 M. tune in in Ii' ACH linur. l:ron i:iark4
ifcui: I'Uy. Meeper, r Parlor 'r, Ü
Cr.fiirCar.D-PIr.irfi.r.- Ficerd miar.
EIG XO-UJb IVOJIiJ.
vio ticket Office. .No. 1 L, W Mn irton Si.
CI.KV ELAND LIMC
nlfron accoirmlJi;oa 211
Ctilon City acconurio Ja'aori 4 45 V ll
ew vdiinj. Nee orW X Koton.x ..- 1 1.
Ita tbt w Citr hptcial (M ft. 15
v Vork ti! hmion i imt-ei, 2 .. ... J.Ic
Y J Bon "Kriickercecter'ci ....tt.4A IM
Muneie pec:l ' 0 7.
Vluict ftpocial 13 Tl 35
Union City accom (un onjy 7.45 ti.45
blNTON IlAliiiOIt LLNK
tVfcnton Tlartor expreti . " 21
bentrn Harbor eij-rpa. p II. H 2.4
'Varnar crominot.itton "8 4 1 "'
ttLhart nrerl 4. P 1
Manne and Marion pecial ft (O 6.15
Wabaati accom.. Sur:dara tnly 7. 13.4
M. LOIUh LINK
M Lould oco-jirso'laiion 7 SO 5.3
St. l.ou,s outhvreitcTn, lim. d U. ö.l li
st. Loni- lun te-l.d 'Aiä 't.&O
Terrt laure t ifattocQ accom S oil .J
rt;. Leolacirrt. 11.2U 'i-M
I-A.'ayette iccommoJat'on.... T ro 5 1
lafajftte accommodation 5 15 10 8)
Chicago ft mttl.d p .4l
ricofo. W'lnteCi: ptjfial.d p 3 SO 1
Chicago n:gM rxr.rfm, 120 L1
Cincinnati ttmMi.i IM 11.15
CinciunAti exprsts, 4 IS Ml. 5
Cincinnati accommodation 7.11 O0
Cincinnati eomniodatton 1 4i 11.11
Cmcmneil expraa. p 5c 3.23
c-rer.fctur accMnniodatton Ä tSO 8.4S
Cincinnati. W'ashinjrton f 1 ti.i d...H tO 1
N. Vernon p.nd Ixnimvtile ti. S 4 11.45
N. Vernon and IV-ulsTdle ir 2ÜO 11 M
1'KÜKIA LIN L.
!orla, noommston m and ? 7 2S .40
Teoria and Floomumtoii I d ....U.M 'O OS
Ciianipairn aceonimoeation. p a 4.IO It.Sl
Peoria ami Elooni;ntloii ex, c 11.50 41
M'KINtir'IRl.Ii AND lül.UM BIIH LINK.
Colunilo. and Spring field ex 5 4i 1 1 Oil
Ohio apecial. d t .1 Oet !4.50
Lynn iccfmniodnion ...ti It. 10 14
Ci:- Jt AM. A- llAYTON ItV.
City Ticket Office, 25 W. Wash. SL
jir3iI.J Cincinnati exprea c...4.13
Cincinnati 'ast n.ail, ...8.:t
v2iljt!iJ C.n. ai.d Uarton x. p.. tin a
Toifüü and Detroit xpreaa. p ...113 4A
Cuicinnati and Dayton e.p V.4H
r.rclnn&tl and t' jten limited, p d..4.45
e'n.coinati and D.-tTton eipr-M ' 1)''
Toledo and Detroit fipr 7.Ü;
CHI., IM). & LOt'Iü. KV.
'j-J Ticket Ofic. ZS W em VV"aav Ht.
. l in go niRht, -.. .l-äli
Chdcajjo last mad. a, p i 'i t 7-V
Chicago xpteia. p ti IM "2 411
Chicago vca'ibul. p d T3.35 43T
KIoi.or. accom f4.UJ tlüoa
i.akk lkii; ii wi;vii;itN u. it.
Toledo. ChlcaRO and Michigan ex t7.: 10 25
Toledo. lietioi. mid Chicago. . I i i't 13 'AZ
Muocie. Lnfay'ii d I-t rt rt-ct t.'SO 1lo.'5
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Dotur anti L Iv..i unit inj i....ti
t'hie a?o eiprev p d tn .vj
Tuocoia arcoaonu-jatioij , 13 ac
Decalut A st. Ixtoa faat ex. c.
Ticket oflcea I
union and a
aud VV athlnj
Traiaa buo by Cacrrsa Tiiua
Ftniadelphia and Niw York
itiniore an.1 Y anliniKtott
Coil mbui, Ind. and ixuu-tHe...
Itichn.ond and Colurnhu. Ü
FiQua and Colucibu. O
Cotunibu and Jlielnnond....
Van rime Kiihp
Cclur.au. Ind A Mid bo n (Sun. en or) 7 V
Mrtinn 111 A rooin'noiitlO!... 1-0
Culoitii'eii. Ind. and lxuivil.e ........5.'aj
North Vorncn f nd ItudiaoD rs.ft
Darton and Xnia ft.2.1
Puilurr and Kail ?.
MartinitTille Acr'fm (t jn. viily) 1)01
Sjctnour Accomtno bf ion tll.Ol
Ljjtanirt and Chicaro 11 Vi
MMrtil;aVlils Ace.-Mi.ciCH. tltn 1 1 '.iO
t iilrhteUDwn and Itirhmond tl.'.5
Louiavill) Accuinmovlation 11.25
PiOlaOtfiptoa nd York.. ..'ü.üi
h.Munir- tud Waahinf tou Ü.03
bajten and proir.eltl
olu i.it. ut., Ind. and Midlton.. 'S f ft
CVlunitUf, lud. ar.d Louie-nlle 3.5Ö
Vlncanne Accommodation !4.0
v:Mturi and Kaat 5 OO
Col.. Ind and Uad A? . (8un. cn,;) U J
t-peeiCT acofiimodatton 7 1
i niiudelphia and vr York. 7.10
Dijron andXfDla '7 1U
Coieimtu. Ind , AccommodiHon...tl.St
Marttnuvill aceorimtdatiou tl 1 . Ot
leKanaiort and Clncayo 12.2J
I t re Hanta, til. Iuia and Weal
lerre Haute and Ht. Ix uia acc-jQi 7.U
let re Haut, üu ixiui and W eL..l Ü.15
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