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CURRENT TOPICS. TIE XIWIIirBKIEF. JASPER, INDIANA. Tmk United States steamer Kipsie was given trial trip at liuuti'.ulH, rMMutty, with satisfactory result. The Nipste aad Alert are bow la barber at Heao lulu. ihikteex men, all sailors, were sen teased, oa the 21st, at Aaehen fur smug gliag corn into Germany. Their opera ttoai during the past year aggravated hundreds of tons of grain. Count Okuxa, the Japanese Foreign Minister, was attacked by an assassin at Yokohama, on the 90th, aad slightly wounded. Before the would-be murderer could be arrested he stabbed himself to the heart E. A. Burke, ex-State Treasurer of Louisiana, sailed from Liverpool for New York, oa the Sd, oa the steamer Teutonic, but upon the arrival of tbe ves set at yueaagtowa ue uisemwrKeu aim returned to LoadoH. Germany has proclaimed a protector ate over the East ooast of Africa from Witoo to Kisniaya, conditioned upon the consent of the chiefs there to be given. The rights of alt foreigners are reserved under the proclamation. Sir Edward Watkins, who is at the bead of the coinimny organized to erect a structure in London which shall out Eiffel Eiffel himself, bus issued a oircu lar offerlug 760 guinea? (or designs for a tower 1,360 feet in height Cholera is still making frightful ra- vageslu the valleys of the Tigris and Euphrates. There have been seven thou gaud deaths within the past three mouth?, and there are as yet no signs of the abatement of the scourge. New York won the second game of tbe world's championship series from Brooklyn, on the grounds of the latter club, on the litb, by a score of 6 to 2, out playing their opponents at every polut Sixteen thousand people wituessed the game. Tmk man Cole, the first of the prison srs tried at Marysboro, Ireland, for tbe kill lag of Inspector Martin, was, on the 23d, found by tbe jury guilty of manslaugh ter. Father McFadden and the others acossed will probably receive the same verdiet A sifciAL term of tbe Supreme Court of Montana will be held, oa the 2Stb, to hear the Silver Bow County disputed election case, oa the decision of which depeads the complexion of the Leeislat are aad the selection of United States Senators. M. Trantwkilek, chief engineer of the Bruuig railway, has applied for a con cession from the Swiss Governmeat for au underground railway up the Jungfrau mountain. It is proposed to re a eh the summit of the mountain by means of a tabular tunnel. The Brooklyns wou the fourth game in the world's championship series from the New York base ball team, on the 3Sd, by a teere of 10 to 7, in six innings, the game being called oa account of dark aess, thus scoring three out of four games played up to that date. Ox the 28 1 Mayor Graat of New York City issued aa appeal to the citizens of that eityfor subscriptions to the Werld's Fair f naL declaring that everyday' tie lay endangered the success ' the proj ect, aad pointing out the s 1 vantage te aeerae to tae-filtv from the exposit Th Oxford Copper Company obtained a attachment ia the (Supreme Court of New York City, oa Bwd, against the property la that State ef the Paris Keelete Dea Metaux, whioh organized the late corner 1b copper, oa a claim for $m,m for aonf nlftllmeat of oontraot Iff his great speech at Southport, oa the 2fd, Hob. William . Gladstone was greeted by a house crowded almost to suffecation. He spoke of the struggle for heme rale ia Ireland as being as deserv lag as tbe late strike of the London dock laborers of public sympathy and support Munich, Bavaria, has a "Jack the Rip per" mystery quite an profound as that of Vt hitechapel, London. Two girls were found ia that elty, on the morning of the 2lst with their bodies mutilated la manner to lead to the suspicion that the London fiend bad started oa his travels. Dcriso the trial of Father McFadden ia Marj boro, Ireland, oa the 2d, a vio leat altercation between the crown attor Bey aad the counsel for the defense took place, which threatened to result la a general fight After the excitement was over, the judge imposed heavy flues upon three of the principal offenders. I i a i . Fivk pupils in a Japanese school near a .temple is the province of Kiaugsu hid themselves in coffins upon which another boy placed the lids aad informed the teacher that they had gone to Heaven. When the lids were removed all the boys were found to be dead from suffocation. The sixth boy fled, but the teacher over took him aud flogged him to death. ' The Nihilists are again active la St. Petersburg, aud the city has been flooded with their revolutionary proclamations. The poliee are entirely at a loss to ex plain how these documents are printed or distributed. It is asserted that the print ing is done in Paris under the protect ioa of certain high governmeut offlolals tainted with revolutionary doetrlnes, Govkrxor Fowls of North Carolina opened the Eleventh Annual Colored State Fair at HaleIgb,onthe23J, by a speech to a large audience of negroes, In whose be half and protection, should it be acces sary, he pledged the whole power of the State. He spoke of the happy condition of the Southern negroes, and said his auditors were as happy as aay people on. the face of the earth. GxsEKAt IsxATlxvv arrived la Home, or the 22d, on a special mission from Russia to the Vaticem bearing an auto graph letter from tli Czar accepting the arbitration tf the Pope on the Iialkan a nestles, and leaving Ills Holiness free to convoke trougress or adopt aay nther course which, iu hhrjudgment, wilt lead to the establtalimenVat a modus Vivendi between Russia and trla. Tux Republican campaign In New York tote for 1893 started, oa the 19th, In the Vmhbs of "The Down Town Club" of the m4aes Men's Hepublkan Association. Resolutions were adopted commending tafr admluistratloa President Hard am ladorslngthe Hepubllean Htate tlek Far, and congratulating James G. Blaise m the opening the Iateraatloaal Aaterteaa Ceagrets. PERSONAL AND GENERAL. CLAiia BfRCKBU, the sugar reflaar, is makta preparations for epealag his big refinery ia Philadelphia, la denying the report that 1m had joUe the Sugar lrast, ae saw: "As long as I am alive it is my iateutton to engage in business entirely upon my own aeoouut, aud with oat the iuterfereaoe or oo-opratiou of asy otuer muividnate. I do not need aud sever have needed asiiatauee from others, and I certainly have no use for tbe Sugar Trust." A you.nq man named Roberts, who was counseled with Burke's horse show, quarreled with a negro helper at Green ville, Ala., on the 19tb, who poured gaso Hue aver Roberts' clothing, aud auother negro set fire to the fluid. Roberts was literally roasted, and was left la a oriti oal condition. Oue ef.the negroes was arrested, the other escaped. Miss Wkkk Davis, daughter of Jeff Davis, left New Orleans, oa the 21st. for New York, whence she takes a steamer for Europe as the guest of Mrs. Pulitzer. She has been in bad health of late, and the journey, it is hoped, will restore her. ox. w. c. WHtTTKORVE. Consressmaa from the Seventh Tennessee district, was reported, ou the 30th, u lylns at the point of death at his home ia Columbia, x enu. Yalk defeated Aiulierit in a game of foot ball at New Haven, Conn., on the 19th, by the one-sided score of 42 to 0. Governor-Gexkk At, Jansse.v of the Couffo Free State reports that nighty chiefs have recognized the authority of the State aud promised to provide men to j assist in maintaining order. They also agree to suppress the practice of makine . a - iiuraau ssc ince. Ex-CoMJitss:oEn or Psvsioxa Tax ner is out in a loug statement in reply to secretary Noble's latter of July 21, on the subject of reratlug pension of Pin sionOflloe employes. Mr. Tanuer denies that he defied Seoretary Noble on the subject of reratius; and shows that he but followed the example of the sec retary when the latter asked aud obtained a large additional allowance for a per sonal friend from Commissioner Blaok before Mr. Tauuer's appointment The Albauy Stove works, at North Albany, N. Y., were entirely destroyed by fire on the night of the 19th. Loss, upwards of 80,000; insurance, 13,000. The express office at Jackson, Tena., was robbed, on the night of tho 19th. by professionals; who took the keys from a sleeping clerk's pocket, unlocked the sate and stole r-,197. Georok Pfkiffkk was fonnd dead iu bed at No. 206 West Thirty-fourth street, New York City, on the morning of the 30th, having been suffocated by gas. His room-mate, Morris A. Redding, was un conscious and may die. Pfeiffer was out of work, aud it is thought he left the gas tnrned oa in order to end his life, and that Redding was unaware of his action. U ohe.v tax-payers voted at the munic ipal election in Jamestown, N. Y., en toe 19IL Governor Foraker's conditloa was said, on the 21st, to be still a matter of serious apprehension to his friends, al though he was reported as convalescing. The New York-Brooklyn world's cham pionship game, schedule for the 21L at the Polo grounds, was postponed oa ac count of wet grounds. O.f the 33d MO veterans of the Seven teenth and Tweatyerth Connecticut Voluateer Infantry regiments dedicated ta-eir ntoausMato oa the field of Gettys burg. Tax seTea survivors of the ill-fated steamer Xarameor, whtah foaudered at ia a. erslsM thrM'i,.. shred mile off TarTtWdVwalTe boa ad from Baltimore to wfo Janeiro, arrived ra FhiiadelBhia, ea the Slat, by the teaser 8atiago, from Nassau. They tell a story of great suffering during taoir twenty-two uays' e-ulae in aa open ooat wiuiout rood. It is stated in Paris that a new Russian loan is to be offered to tbe public by the Komscntius about the middle of Decern ber next I. Franku.v Pattisox, principal of t public-school at Steubenvllle, O., has been offered the vicj-oonsul-generalshii atJJoIlvia. At the trial of "William H. Bartholo- raewatEaston, Pa., oa the 21st, for the murder of Washington Dillard. Mm. Dil lard (who was charged with complicity la the murder) voluntarily related the story of the crime, aad pleaded guilty of murder in the second degree. Representatives of the Greenback party met in New York City, oa the 21st, and nominated Rev. Thomas IT. Deecher, of Elmira, for Secretary of State; John B. Sullivan, of Wcstchaster, for Comp troler, aad Joseph Madison Hall, of Hamilton, for State Treasurer. Tba nomination for State ivneiueer and Surveyor was postponed. A platform wai tidopt-d reciting tbe familiar teneta of the party. The Lauder Bank of Vienna, on the 21st fchrued for its share of the loan of 27.0J. - 990 marks to the Bulgarian Govemineat recently negotiated. Banks in Berlin take the balance of the loau. 1 he Czar and his family have donated. 14,000 roubles for the sufferers by famine In Montenegro. Thb Zanzibar agent of the London Mis sionary Society reports that the natives have driven out the Jesuits from Unjam- embe and destroyed their mission sta tions Tmk Russian press are a unit in decry ing- the visit of Mmperor William to Constantinople. A rumor current that Mr. Heurv Vil- lard was quite ill was denied by Mr. Vll lard's representative at the office of the Northern Pacific railroad In New York City, oa the 21st, who said that Mr. VII- laru bad a aiigut cold, but was otherwise lu Ills usual good health. The steamer Scythla. which arrl red at Liverpool, on the 22d, from Boston, re ported having passed the American ship James J. Lowell, derelict. Nothing waa seen cr heard of the crew. Jake Matilk, a well-known yooutr man of Chattanooira, Tenn.. while ldaviuf? with a bnlldog pistol on the 2i.L dU. charged its contents Into his faee, blowing uia lopot ins iieau off, Ha had recentlv run away with and married a daughter of Joseph Hudson, a grocer, and the father had not forgiven his daughter. The New York Cotton Exchange voted recently ou a proposition to repeal the preseutsystem of Inspection and classifi cation of cotton. The result was 119 tor the repeal aud 19) against it Oathe Std, the board of managers decided that tbe system row la use prevail for the present While Mr, Clark, a ofearcoal burner living twelve miles seutheast of Das Molaei, lav, was away fcem home, on the 544, his wife west eat, to the charcoal pit, leaving tw efelldrea in the house. The kwse caught fire, the children 5d la the ftaMse. Thi AdvewUaVi a Vkgiaia fcaldaaalt. day as all-ait w-r-etiag at ttpottayW val, m the d, to wateh for the eat iag of the King of Kluge. It was the forty-nluth aaalvrary of Usa geins; oat of the ehuroh to meet the Lrd in Oetoher, DkgatioH from Ckuueat, Massachusetts, Ntw York aad Vlrglala were la attendance, The Democratic County convention, held ia the Cooper Union, New York City, oa the lvUt, adopted resolution la favor of union between the County and Tammany Democracy in the nomlaatioa of candidates for the Legislature, The Zanzibar Comutlssloa, on the Sfid, after a cordial Interview with Prinee Bismarck, started from Berlin tor Lou don. The two vacancies ia the Quartermas ter' Deiwrtmeat were fill-al, on the S3d, by tbe apiMitntment of First Lieutenant Theo. K. True, Fourth Infantry, and First Lieutenant John K. MoIIyde, Eighth Infautry. At the Granger (Ind.) crossing, of the ClnolnUHtl, Wabash Michigan and the Grand Trunk railroads, ou the 3d, a Grand Trunk supine exploded, instantly killing Kusineer Thomas Callahan and Firemen John Maddox. Low water iu the boiler caused the aocideut iiit.K a train of coal oars and a truck were being hoisted up fhe Asaley plane in Luzeru Couuty.t'a., on the 22d,the wire cable broke just as they had almost reached the top of the mountain, and the oars descended the plane at a frightful speed, and were smashed into fragments at the bottom. There were three men ou the truck, all of whom were buried iu the debris, but strauge to say they were takes out alive, though very badly in jured. The jury In the case of Wm. II. Bar tholomew at Exstoti, Pa., charged with the murder of Aaron W. Dillard. re turn! a verdiot of guilty of murder iu the first degree on th 22d. Dii. Piuurrx Iticoke, the celebrated French surgeon, who was, for many years known iu l'aris as "The Grat American Doctor," U dead Dr. Ricord was loru in Baltimore, lid., Djoeuiber 10. ISO). The typhoid symptoms among the Yals College student) is causiug much tin easluess, and several of the men who showed symptoms of typhoid in a mild form and several suffering from typhoid malaria have been sent to their homes to recuperate. A st'Dnit.v rise In the river Neva has flooded the whole lower portion of the city of St. Petersburg and a larga number of streets are under water from ono end to the other. No lives are reported lost but in many Instance women and chil dren living near the river bank were ouly saved from drowning by rescuers who went out to them iu boats. A cold day but a warm reception met the Pan-American delegates In the Cream City on the 23d. After a day of royal entertainment, spent in vteltlns -points of interest, they left at midnight for Min neapolis, Minn. Moxstoxon Gadd sailed, on the 2Sd. oa the steamer Adriatic, from Llveriwol for New York, to take part in the oeremo uials connected with the coming Baltl- ore centeunary. The Hungarian patriot Kossuth Is about to become a naturalized eitlzin of Italy, aud is to be nominated as a candi date for the Italian ornate. Chaklks MoIlvaise whs found eailtv in Brooklyn, on the 281. of murder iu tho first degree for killing Groeer Luea while comiclttla- a burglary oa the premises of the latter. Br the buralac of a barn at Tlienalcfa. 8axeVreimar. on the night of tbe ttd. aix beys who were asleep iaelde were burned to death. Watts Cashier Oewsre C. Weraer of tlM Oerassta Beriags Kak of Newark. X. auag Ms eaah. oh ta UU, twa men eater a lady who was Seated ia a carriat eat side wanted to speak Jo hint. Werner wen i out, louoweu by one or the men. Wheuhe returned he found t!ttr,& in bills had disappeared. The thieves made aood their escape. STATU OTKLLK5KNCK Kmsi.ky Wmciht, the agsl pioar el Marion CouHty and nuImUhUnI farmer indicted for killing an unknown tramp, waa released on M,0O bond, a few days ago, twor. of hla nelghbor volun t wring io botioma aurety. Ho could have qualifind in $196,000, if needful. The identity of the murdered man ia likely never to lie found out. Hikam Koi.r.KK, well-known sohool toachur of SpringAld Townahlp, Allen County, fell from a tre and Uroko his back, lie will be oripplwl for life. Atoxxo Hkkkvma.v, of (Sarflold, Mont gomery County, haH sul Union Town ship for Vmt claiming that thu typhoid fever in hla family haw wen cauMfd by the stagnant water in a pond in front of his honeo. The jtond wan the result of repairing tho road. , Thkkk are sevoral cases of typhoid fever at Crawfortlsvllln, stipposwl to he the result of drinking out of a well. Dr. Taylor, of the Stato Hoard of Health, advise tho digcontlnuiuitio of the use of tho water. Miss Mom.ik Mohkki.v, an Imllana Kchool teacher whose licenso w re voked, has brought suit for W,000 dam ages. A movkmk.vt iaon foot at Indlanaiwlla to sccttro tho enforcement of the Sunday law against all clasaea of business. (KoHiiK Schmck was convictedof "kill ing Dick Cisco, at Madison, Rtul sen tenced to tho penitentiary for fifteen yo&ts. xmt cholera is playing havoc among the hogs in Pall Creek Township, Mad ison County, several fanners have lost their entire hard, HiK.VM IiBK.rAM, a prominent cltiwm of Taswell, and proprietor f the Tas well Saw Mills, was killed at that place by a huge treo falling upon him. Ila THK QRAND OLD MAN was forty years family. old and leaves a Ha4VMa4ats KkmuhMmu f Ml. Wedst at aiM.tMrt M Hvtew4 h turn i.iMrw4 rartr aaa tu la a raw M"t itkots la Msaalf m Hm.Kut far South r0HT, Dot .-Tbe hall ia which Mr, Gladstone made hla apeeak here yea larday waa crowded te aafioeatlou fully two hours before the great Liberal states man arrived. On entering the hall he was greeted with a torm of eheers aud shouts in which every member of the large and enthusiastic andleuee joined, aud whioh was prolonged nutd the Grand Old Maa bad reached the plat form and waved his hand as a slcaal for quiet. After feellugly thanking his an dlenoeforthe warm welom-i aeeordeil him, Mr. Gladstone at noe plunged Into the business in band by presenting to his hearers an exhaustive review of the work for the pist twenty-one years of the great Liberal party, whose candidate he had eotue there to support He spoke of the condition of affairs on ttie Continent at the present time, aad expressed the belief that the one formidable mcuaoe to the peace of Kurnpe was the .implica tion growing out of Turkish misrule iu Crete and Armenia. He could not deny that a crisis iu European affairs was in, inlneut, aad paid high tribute to the laudable anxiety of all the powers to postpone it Passius to a consideration of affairs in Ireland, Mr. Gladstone pointed out that mi principles Tor whioh the dookmen in their recent strike oonteaded were pre cisely the same as those for whioh the Irish tradesmen aad tenantry sought reoogaliion at the hatuU of a British Par liament It was ahjurd to give our sym pathtes to tin oue aad deny them to th? other, for the two must stand or fall to gether. But this was precisely what the Tory Government had done. While con ceding the justice or the doekmen's claims to n decent llvlug as the fruits of their labar, they crowded the Irish pris ualAl. A ....... A . uusnuu icuuius who mane tiie same claim. Ue believed that au anneal to the A K.OOOY BATTLE j j "s ucib,bu uini. mi appoiu 10 ill largo , people. If it could be made to-morrow would result In a verdict overwhelmingly Ix an effort to stop a runaway horso at Iu fav"r ?r ,Ue k"ral policy of justio;) .. . . . . ... io ireiMim. LATE NEWS ITEMS. "Tmk will of the late Herr 'i'auciinltx. Bead of the well-known publishing house of Lelmig, whose repriuts are to be fouud lu every library iu Amerioa, leaves his entire estate to the city of Leipslgfor various eharltable and beneficent pur poses. Thk will of tbe late B. T. Babbitt leaves the entire fortune of the testator to bin wife and two daughters, aud directs that the soap business be continued. The city of Bradford, England, has toted 45,030 to extend the olty's eleotrle Uhtir; system. Iftz subterranean river recently dis covered in the Department of Loth. France, has been traced a distance of seven miles to a point where it takes an abrupt lunge iuto the bowels of the earth to a depth impossible to fathom. Duxuo the few moments that the New Vol k World's Fair guarantee fund was open, on the tu, the following amounts were pleae;ed: U. YanderbiN, flOJ,0i; New York Central 9c "Hndsoa River Railroad Com pan y, $103,00); Wagner Palace Car Cempauy, .f&O.OOO: Joseph Pulitzer, $o3,0W. The stiecial commission to inquire tato he charges made by the London Times against Mr. Parnell aad other members of the Irish National party in Parliament resumed Its sessions, on the 24th, the pro ceedings being confined to summing up by counsel fof the varloui persons interested. A xew Socialist newspaper has beea itarted iu Breslau, Prussia, called Die Walkttrt If It redeems the promises tuadt iu Its first issue, it is sate to say the editor, whose butjtiess it is to go to all for tbe paper's offenses against Bis muck's press laws, will have a steady ob. The places of the striking switchmen ou the Louisville & Nashville railroad at Kvausvlllf, Iud., were rapidly filled by men from Halt 8t, LMils, who were at tracted by the offer of five dollars per day aud board during the strike, aud a guaranty of a permanent situation after the trouble i over. .Thk relief work of the American Nat ional Red Cross ia the Coaematigh Val ley ended, on the 21th, and on the 'Jfith Miss Clara Barton, the presldeut, aud her corps of assistants left for their re sp5Ctlve homes. Ktxo Otto, the iasaue monarch, of Ila varia. Is In a precarious ooadltloa. He is uuconslmis, and only at irregular inter vals are his physicians able toadmluls '.er Bourlshtneut . , A fohck of oae 'hundred men began work, oa the Jlth, in Htouey creek ohau uel, Conemaugh Valley, searching for the dead aud removing debris. Tulrty five bodies were reamed f rem the tteaeh to Urautlvlew CemMefy ea the first day, eleven of them being ideaJLlfied. The Work is iu eharge f a leeal eeatraet'H", and every thing will he dens by Jekas towa peepte. " Muncie, dawn .lenkinson, residing near I Jo boto, was thmvt'n against a post. Two ribs were broken, his skull was fractured and he received internal in juries. Sam IvKSTiNfsox, a boy of eighteen, was convicted at Paoli of murder, and sen tenced to prison for life. His crime was the cold-blooded murder of his stop-fathor-ln-law, at Ilillham, Dubois, County. Tum following- fourth-class postmas ters were appointed a few days ago: Boundary, Jay County, Rachel Mann; Komcna, Owen County, Samuel Steele; Toto, Stark County, Isaac U. llascom. Ax odd doubles divorce suit was filed at Indianapolis a few days ago. Amanda Cook seeks a separation from John Cook, and Anna L. Farrell from Frank Farrell. The complaints show tho plaintiffs are sisters. Both wore married Aujrust 19, 1887, and both were deserted by their respective husbands three days after marriage. u Nkak Winchester, on tho (iraml Rapids ami Indiana railroad, two mall poucnes cut open at tiie bottom were found weighed down in the liottom of a creek. Postal oftl6lals have no knowl edge of any missing pouches. At Linden Mrs. Annie Kamsdell fell to the bottom of the cellar stairs with a lamp in her hand. The concussion of the fall left heir unooasciouM, and xpieaiaf lamp aet fire to her dot! fflfMi - uef eree. Wit r tin Tr A vtuu.iv t Tv.l.. TaV. " ri " ..I - : . I . JL::r 1 W "ecllne of oae.eUrhth " "Z,, ' .r, " - "kVtT n the income of Use true mm iimgiiroreoioreaanawnive hair instead of feathers, Mr. Gladstone in ooaclttdia stated that it was impossible at this tiuu U map out the Liberal poliey of the future within the outlines already known to taj electors. CLAUS SPRECKELS' FIGHT. Tim Kug-nr Klnr I'rnpoia t M'tlntwin Ilk Titld by I.HiH-f Sim the SnifHi TrHt lie H'lll II.-eIh by trH(4Hclii-r Mllllnn 1'ohh4 or SugMr h IMy, Unilt Mltr lHcrHlrrr to Mix MIIIIoh.. Pmi.ADEi.rHiA. Ost 24. Claus 8preek els intended to begin work at his big re finery In this city yesterday, but owlug t: the bad weather aud other causes he was prevented from doing so. Active opera tions will probably begin next week. Mr. Spreckels is coufideut that he will wlu in his great fight agalust the Sj?ar Trust I will produce a mlllieu ipounds ol sugar a day at the start," said Mr. Spreekels; "by February two million pounds a day will be turned out I hava decided to double the plaut, and when the new buildings are finished, as they will be before next year, I will produce four million poeudr. a day. Xew Orleans will be the next objective point A re finery will be built there with a eapaaity of a million pounds a dar. iwlwUtt have doubled my plant here I wilt pro duce six million pounds of sugar a tfajr. The trust produces eight' adUioa pounds a day, so that when t i kjv iuij aiariea i s f three-fourths of the eaU. the -"- njlM -r tW f a eeat a nonasL 1 aaJMbrate. Mieaas a deV : itotarrtB&ei to hae v He will send it to the Smithsonian Institute. Tub Indiana Grand Council of Royal and .Select Masons held sessions at Indi anapolis a few days afjo. Kkpoktk reclved by the Indiana Board of Health show that the school-houses in the State are poorly ventilate, and that their sanitary condition is imd. Thk National Wholesale Druggiste' Association held its session at Indian apolis the other day. Hknry Mvkr, a well-known farmer living near Jamestown, Boone County, had his neck broken by a runaway team. 1HK Montgomery County Farmers In stitute will !e held at Crawfordsvllle oa November 5 and 6. At Corydon a large bull-dog owned by Isaac Mauck attacked Perry Wolfe, thirteen-year-old son of Aaron Wolfe, and so badly lacerated him that it is feared he wiU die. , A stranor epidemic Is prevallinr among horses in Laporte County. When flwt attacked their tongues Income paralyzed, and neither food nor medi cine can lie forood down their throats. Thoy die ot fever and starvation. Tho dlsoaso has thus far proved fatal it every case. . Thkkk is an electric light war in progress at Evansville. The people will doubtless prollt by it Thk iKwrdof Prison South directors have adjourned without leasing anycon vlcts. Thoy will moot again Octolxr a, when tho contract for manufacturing shoos will Iks lot. As George Waldon, of Ellettsville, with his wife and child, were driving down a hill, tho back strap broke, let ting tho buggy against tho horse, which ran away. Tho buggy was overturned and the occupant tumbled out. Mr. and Mrs. Waldon wore seriously injured, and tho child so badly hurt that it died in a few moments later in its mother's arms. Jonathan Allen, aged sixty, living, near Ellettsvillo, mot with a similar acci dent Ills injuries aro internal, and his recovery is doubtful. Ho is wealthy, and tho principal backer of Franklin College. Two slick counterfeiters have been successfully working Salino City. Cory and other townB in thb southern part of Clay County. Constables Whlto and Crist, of Clay City, run them down near Cory, but not being armed, fared ldly. Both officers were severely cut, and the counterfeiters are still at large. Mas. CitAs. StrK and Mrs. Austin at tempted to drive across the Monon rail road just north of Frankfort, ami were Rtrnok by a passenger train and fatally injure). YYMit.it feeding a straw-baler at Kate hurg, Chas. Fish wasoaught ia the ma thine, and betk his legs vere broke. m them ia twe aiaess. of tea an he ineaeaaa dollars a day. I kk for a dron Aim. The women of one eent a pound iu the price of sugar i aVd nobody feels t Ml .1.. .. - . ,!.).. , t - . . -lV,. . 1. . ia tae next itttrty days. This means decrease of eightv, thoer.ad dollars more a day in the iaeome of tbe trust" Mr. Spreckels said that the big drop in trust certificates can be accounted for from the faet that the trust is loaded up with a lot of high-priced suzar aud as the market is iu a had condition the In siders have been "sliding out of their certificates." Allului Mi U J .. .... read runwtuiltrr , PlXRVlLLZ. Itr.. rVt M T t oerere uayugut yest-rday mornlut Law and Order party, hitherto eillej Turn.- f.ntlnn n U..1... r ....... . nv ...... , tnil VyUIIIKV, man iu all. armful ulll. lf i ., .1. . . ' ana revolvers, unuer the ieaderslilo Couuty Judge Lewis, left the courts. aa. ill i nnuiH m ii auautiir n tiM i r rorees, who were in camp utla . .M .1.- .... m, . ' men. was snori, snarp aud terri not one ot me aiwogiiig party nart, out one or the other side. Mm ijean, was instantly killed and sir nth- ware wounded. Among the wounded ar. Bird Hpurlock, whose lujurles are mo. Jl, aud Robert Napier, whose recortn a notamougtheimsslblllttes. BlrdSmu! lock ;wa shot iu the head, almost all his lower Jaws being destroyed by nbsl from a Winchester. Napier a son - rf? ?Vbr, received two bullets, or of whioh imssed through his abdntnfB probably cutting the inte-tlnes. Beoiv min Mltohell and George Cole were lit In the legs. Thomas Howard got a ttert wound in the thigh. James Spurlock fcai a olose all. A bullet grazed hi teiiipk tearing away a handful of hair ami a ten i.:ohes of skin, but not fracturing the IK II It. There ws a report ourrent that Wl!o, Howard had been mortally wounded, Ut later advices are that he escaped tmlmrt. The foregoing list of casualties nraybe relied upon as absolutely oorreer, it bar ing Lven furnished by. a geutiemau rh. lert Harlaa Court House this morula:. The Howard gang were badly 'd,. moralized by the attack and its disittnm. results, and they changed cimp t & point about three miles from the court house. They have been making tho Iuih of E. M. Howard their headquarters. M. Howard is a cousin of William How ard. This fresh outbreak of hostilities ii due in larire measure to the asusslnnlio of John Currau last Saturday. For i long time this internecine war in H'irlas hns Iteem called the Tin ner-Howard feud It has now come to be a struggle be tween WTilson Howard and followers oa one side aud County Judge Lewis, repre senting the Law and Order section, oa the other side. Lewis, who Is one of the wealthiest men in the county, is a Baptist preacher who nevertook a drink or swore an oath in his life. At tiie August elec tion iu I8She was chosen judge, of the Comsty Court He undertook to" enforce the Local-Option law and, meeting with resistance, used extreme measures to carry out his rulings. He nianiKed to incur the displeasure of Wilson Howard and, being put to the necessity of gather ing a possee, wa cotnpeled to call on the adherents of Turner. The families of Howard and Turner are old anil their relationship is so extensive that they practically control the entire population. Harlan County is, perhaps, the most mountainous in the State. The three forks of the Cumberland river find their origin there. Clover Fork and Martin Fork unite above the town and one mile below the court-house make their con fluence with Poor Foik. after which the stream is called Cumber! are about 1,900 voters the Republicans have people are clever and they are very dangerous cuiiy. Tbe gentleman! ie battle Honse this i no ditiqa ofaHjHf tJ a T atisBmBW.SBmBW.SBmBW.SBmBW.SBmBW.SBmBW.SBB a V CM owers behl Hy frighti e in the towi Id, if he had law in the cor m going away eturn. I shall until these trouJ TJ veHBaaB'wlBv pleinVni f NORTH CAROLINA NEGROES. Opening ett th KIvHtk Ahhn1 Cnlrt Htate Fair at tUletgh, X. C A'Mmhh r ClnTKrHur Fnwln-T.h 'llng Bi twes KUk hhI WhItlH the Pine Tree State. Raleigh, X C. Oct 34. Governor j Fowle yesterday opened the Eleventh au j HHal Colored State Fair here, and spoke ' to a large audience of negroes. He re ' ferred to the Chieago negroes' action in appointing a day of fasting and prayer for the Southern negroes, and aatd his i auditors were as happy as auy people ou the face of the earth aad protected iu all their righte, aud he pledged the whole power of the Htate to be exercised in their behalf just as much as In behalf of the white men. The sentiment of the negro toward the white maa, he said, ia the South, is kindly, aud this Is recipro- , eated. Negro schools and asylums In North Carolina are as well rnred for as those of tli white. Tii-CUlcogo ne groes who have situ ;ht to ct a day of fasting nnd humiliation will never enjoy the same attributed of freedom as the ' North Carolina nene. They never even see the Inside of a Jury box. The Governor touched upon tin negro exodus, and said negroes were frae to go where they wished aud would oirry with them the best wishes of the white people to whose women and chlldrju they had been so devoted during the late war, hut they would iu goiir,' leave the Stat where they were better protected aud happier than anywhere else. I Iter. Mr. Leak, colored, secretary of t the fair, Indorsed Governor Fowle's re ' marks, which were frequently applauded. Rev. Leak Raid that the negroes' rights 1 were mure fully protected la North Caro lina than anywhere he knew of. He heartily denounced the exodus saying that negro agents who were urging It were paid so much per head for each negro whom they Induced to emigrate. NlhUldtHs Aetlvl'y. Losbo.v, Oot 21. The Nihilists are again active lu St. Petersburg, and the city, during the past month, has been flooded with their revolutionary proala mationa. The polloe are entirely at a loss te explain how these documents ars printed or distributed. It is asserted that the printing is dons ia Paris under the protection of certain high govern ment officials tainted with revolutionary doctrines, and that this is the headquar ters also of the Nihilist newspaper, The straggle, which is priited expressly for elreulaMs la Russia aad large edition ( which are period leal I y spirited across the Russia herder ia iplp? trf every pe lit weeautiea. power, siesta mart i sad give us relief, don't expect ever to taialy not go back are settled. When did this trouble between Turners and the Howards oegin?" "It began ten years before the wa I Is the oldest, bloodiest feud thateve graced the State. On the Turner std its inciplenw, were twe brothers, nn V'illiaiu aad James Turner, both gen, men or wealth and prominent at e- I .1 possessions ot James Turner eons' . largely In slaves, while William w- large Unitholder, one or their eaerii who was killed by Bill Turner, ws m Gilbert N ek Howard was probaliiv first man who smarted the other , Others involved are the Cawood, t Mlddletons and the Conrads. U'l -Howard, who is now the central fi-ur his party, has killed several men. He killed two men named Bailey and George B. Turner and William W. Turner. Ha aUo severely wounded Bony Turner. Wilson Howard is now about fifty years of age. He was hot-headed and impetuous in his youth, and imposed upon. Oue lieutenants is a. maa Jennings. These men hare, on two or three occasions, left Har lan Court Houss and gone West, but they. have invariably returned after brief sences." Upon being ssked how many lives been sacrificed in this feud the geuf Man said: "I suppose It would be safe to say that no less than fifty men have been killed since these trouble begau. Nearly every body ia the county is retained by one party or the other, and there Is little room for hope that there will ever beJ peace." It is believed that Wilson Reward will ia the next few days, attempt to avens the assault of yesterday, and the news from Harlam will be of intense interest until blood begins to flow again. was, I think, of his boldest named William theyl ft H Among the aged domeewe. an Imahfl owned by Farmer llrowil. ot Tuscars was County, Q., are nftog atxtcoi yewrs of age, a cat that Is mnitvtl seventeen, a rooster of thirteen sl mers and a cow of twenty-two. T Paradoxical aa tho fact may Hr pear, there is no class of nor sods who eat so few fish hs sailors; and tlict rea son is they seldom obtain them. With) the exception of flying-fish and do phias. and perhRps a Very few othorjd nsn are not lottnu on ttiu titgit sons a groat distance from land. Tf abound most along coasts in effti. and bays, and are eeltktm caught it water mora than forty er fifty fato lsuainn. e e The toVmeeo tax m this uwumU to ever Q,00,QO a : A