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r B THE INDIAN" A STATE SENTIXEL. WEDX ESD VY MORNING, JANUARY 25. 1593 TWEVLE PAGES.'
FATA L SLEIGH RIDE Eight Killed and as Many Badly Wounded By a Freight Train Which Crashed Into the Party, AT A RAILROAD CROSSING. 'Heedless of Danger They Drove Upon the Track, Unable to See the Train Be cause of a High Wall. Tne Deadand Djlng Scattered About the Track Near l'rovldenc "Where the Accident Occurred Train Men and Villagers Aroused by tho Awful Affair Give All the Assistance in Their Tower The Engineer I'naMe to Avoid tbe Disaster. Providence, U. I.. Jan. 13. At an early boar this morning a laree "party sleigh" containing a happy crowd of men and ironn was returning from Attleboro, -where tie party had enjoyed supper. The party numbered about thirty people and te sleigh reached the Lonsdale erade crossing just as a freieht train dashed along. There was a feariul collision and when the horrified people in the vicinity reached the scene of the catastrophe they found the tracks and roadbed strewn with the dead and lyin. The dead are: DANIEL tf. lUCilAllDiOX. HOBLET COOK. SARAU ANN DIIAPER. MARY ANN FAW CETTK. WILLIAM HENRY C. DRAPER, Miss ANNIE WILSON. MARY HAMILTON. ANNIE SULU VAN, who died at tha hos pital today. The badly injured are: Mrs. JostP.i Riley, collar bone broken. ADA Yui:.G, right ietr broken. J SEIH McKmuht, scalp wonnt!. Wiui-s Ukaithwaite, ribs broken. Tnojus Wil ON, collar Looe brokeu and bad injury to I act. Fa"5ik Smith, bad scalp wound, oompound fractare of lower jaw and fracture of cose. Of the injured Fannie Smith is expected to die. TLe party comprised young peo ple from Pawtucket and it had been pro miscuously assembled with previous ac quaintance among the members. The leigh wns drawn by four horns. Leav ing Pawtucket at an eariy hour the parly proceeded to Attleboro, and the conditions of skinning and weather being perfect, a most snjoyable time wa9 had. A etop was made at Bate.-' cafe, whera eupper was had, and to luthen tho period of enjoy ment a roundabout course whs taken on the return. They were ei:.Kini mer rily when they approached the Lonsdale crossing on tho Worces ter aivisbn of the consolidated road. A huh stone wa.l on the notth side of the highway shuts off the view of the railroad at this jr.tde. When the party arrived on the crossing the heal '.hrht of a locomotive was within fifteen feet of them. This whs an engine drawing the freight from Worcester, and it was traveling at the rate of e'uhteen roil an hour. liefere the party cuuld realize their terrible peril the engine was upon them. It crashed into the sleigh just forward of Ihe center, smashine the vehicle and hurling its occupants in all directions. Before the eccinevr could reverse his lever the tiain ploughed into the wreckage and the victin h. As quickly m possible the train was brought to a stop and the crew hurried to the a-iit-ance of the unfortunate peoi Ie, From all directions residents of the village hur ried to the scene in response to the cms and moans o! the injured. The aceoe was an awful one. The deal lay where they had fallen in gruesome positions. The injured writhed in pain on the snow-covered ground, and their groana were t.eitrt-rrn 1- in. The villagers tu-tened ia all direc tions to summon "urji!on, and speedily ali tltose within reach were upon the acene. The injured were quickly removed to neighboring houses and the dead were ttlaced in the depot to be taken to their homes after identification. Alt the mem bers of the party were more or ies hurt. Ttioas not seriously hurt were conveyed to their h men ia lewhs and carriages provided by the vi. lasers. The engineer of the freight said he slowed down as Ufoa at itie crossing, and caw tiie lead horses when it was too late to stop the Irain. The col.Uiou, he euid, wa una voidable. BEE KEEPERS. Thfjr Clo Tlielr Meainn Xfw Officers M.'Cteil. The Indiana bee-keepers' association met again at tbe Btate bouse Thursday racroiu?. Gorfernr Matthews ina le an addreas, after which several papers oa subjects of interr6i to beo keepers were read and dicus-d. A resolution akins tbe leuiltura to appropriate a sum of money for the p:ino of makioir aa ex hibition at thu world' fair of Indiana producta wu paane t by the association, after which the elec'ion of oülcera fol lowed, which resulted as fellows: Preai Jent R. H. Rum!I, Z or.Tille. lim Vice-l'resident C. F. Mutli, Cincinnati. Seemd Vics-l'rasiJeot Joha Maaford, No- blMT.I . Tbir 1 Vi Presideat 1 8. lope, Indian apolia. Fourth Viae-Prisiieat J. T. Simmons, In- diaomooiia. rcretarj G. P. Wilson, ToIIjatt. Treasurer WalUr A. I'ouJtr. Indianapolis. t (TastoIcss-EffoctuaU FOR AU, BILIOUS 2nd NERVOUS : DISORDERS. S Sec ss tick Hettfiehe. Wnd and Pate In the M CvjAk f lifilMasa Pittln Ctltin Biflakai I Z Meals. Oizilness, Crowslnett, Chi.'U, Flush, i ies Cf Htat. Lots of Appetit. Shortness of J n l m A . r . . .... creain. voiureneis. acarrr, rioTcnei on ma i Skis. Ditturbe J Sle9. Frightful Dreamt. Ali rve and TfmMin3 annsttions, aaJ If- 1 reoviartties Incidental to Ladles. 1 Corn d with 1 TiaUlf i tzi Zclille Co:tj-. Ot !! dro2Tt. Price S3 cent a Box. L Kw Mnrk Cnl St. Unlike tiis Dutch Process No Alkalies OR Other Chemicals are nM in the preparation ot W. BAKER & CO.'S nBreakfastCocoa .1 u which s abanlulely pur and soluble. 1 A. Mil Uül morfl ll'l t ' CO 1. 1 rnr 1 1 ikettrmath of t'oooa niixe l . jr..M 4 f. ...... J(MM iwrü btarch, Amwroot cr ' Sucar. and it far more eco nomical, eotting less thnn ono cent a cup. It it delicloud, nourishing, and EASXLT PIGEiTEP. Sold fcy Grocers eTerjwhere. 7. BAKES & CO., Dorchester, Uass. PENNSYLVANIA WRECK. One Killed and Fourteen Injured ia New Jersey. Jebset Citt, N. J.. Jan. 10. There was a double collision on the Pennsylvania railroad west of the llackenac river near this city this evening. Although the Newark train was crowded only one passenger was killed. He waa John lilewett of Newark. He was standing on the front platform of the rear car and thrown between the bumpers and crushed. There were fonr-te-n pereons injured, two of them fatally. Hfrnry Martindale, engineer of the New ark local, had crawled under his engine to fiu 1 out what part f lie machinery had broken, and when the collision oc curred the impact threw him under the wheis. Iiis W ? was broxeu and he was internally injured. Mrs. A. Decker, Newark, had her col ar bone and two ribs broken, fcfhe wid prob ahlv die. The other injured passengers are aa fol lows: Mrs. Wasiiingto:? Statsecry, compound framure of rsht lei'. - (iE Rf.E H. lisTty, New York, leg broken. P.vTKiCK McLean, ankle broken. iW'StS UlNE.GEK, bead out aod back: in jnrtd. ti. W. AMULET, headcuf. C;iAKLKS V. Swain, cut on head and arm. Lk-'XAKD F. PtQCA. head cut. F. K. OMi'iRSF, lejf broaeti. U ili.iam iL Phillun, p us injured. Woi.F SrUlLLiKllAI'T, lelturU Mis IIkmiiktta 15e: geh, rm broken. Mr. R'.sa Rrsn.KK, head out. Tho injured were brought to this city, where ambulances and physicians had Lc-bii summoned. A YOUTH'S FAST LIFE. Millionaire Lntinj;' Sou Stop Short in Paris, llop-lesly Insane. San Francisco, Jan. 18. A cablegram from Paris announces that John Luninp, son of the late millionaire Nicholas Luu im:, of San Francisco, is hopelessly insane and is confined in a French institution. Young L'ininp.with his brother, inherited a forluno of several million- from his father. The latter was noted for close fistedness in money matter, and although enormously rich, would allow bis eon John no support. John worked aa an el evator boy in Chicago and Nw York, but ceaed work in the latter city aud com menced borrowing inony on notes to be paid after bis father's death. He lived a wild life in New York until he cou'd raise no more money and then came to San Francisco and repeated the performance. After his father's death and youn Lulling had paid his debts, he started on a trip around the world in the yacht Aiert, which he purchased in Bos ton. V ith a tia.t dozen friends Luomz sailed from New York for Kump just be fore the winter storms commenced and nothing had he!) heard from him for s-v-end week. Lulling will remain in Paris untii some diap-.Hition of him is ordered by his brother, wiio lives in San Jose. JERKED HIS HEAD OFF. An Awful , Scene at an Execution at GIagovr. Glasgow, Jan. 13. A horrible cene oc curred today at the execution of Wiliiam McEwan for the murder of a woman at West Pollokshifid. McEwan, after com mitting the crime, had attempted to com mit suicide by cutting his throat. It was thought that he would die from the el.'ect of the wound but the doctor succeeded in saving him for the fallows, although his n'ck was left in a very weak condition. When he was brought out for execution this morning, the mark i the self-inflicted wounl could plainly be seen. The condemned man waa given a drop of seven feet. He wttlked without apparent fear to the frallo&a and the rope was adjusted. When the bolt was drawn an awfut apec tacle was w itneiiged, which caused even the experienced prison officials to turn pa'.e. The mtn' head waa nnr y torn oiT and bloo i Kuehed out over hie body and the pa lows. Death had teen instanta neous. Much indignation ia expressed axinat the authorities for not bavin taken precautions against euch an occur rence. A COUNTERFEITER'S DEATH. Whilo mt "Work lie Im Overcome by 4 the Fumes liotn His Crucible. Indiana, Fa., Jan, IS. Barney Elack died near Saltsburu Sunday niirht, sudden ly, and a rumor gained circulation that ho had committed suicide. Next day the coroner began an in replication. From the teptimonv given it appears that Black was endued ia the manufacture of coun terfeit coina. confining bis o; rationn principally to the manufacture of nickieq. It wr while he won tmra.eJ in inrtkin? an amalgamation of braa iu copper, u-in nitric acid in 'he work, that he wan overcome by the fumes aneinz from the crucible mp!ovd, and beiore proper medical treatment could b secured be died. I ndlann l'Atf nt. Skxtinkl Patent asd Pr.Nstos Agency,) U2) New Youk-avf,, N. V'w WASlll.iOTO!, I). C, Jan. 17. J Tit Sentinel patent and pension psncy ia furnished the following list of patenia granted today to Indianians: Frank Aderpon, Khoa's. wheeled har row; Albert Baker, Fort .Wayne, ap- ftaratua for preserving foods; Wil ism H. Bendur and f. Tilkry, as signora of one-third to J. II. Hartman, Fort Wayne, sleigh attachment for bicycles; Pater Hack, Michigan Citv, tension device lor wire fences: Joeph tl Hart, asiignor of one-half to J. Hollings worth Fowler, governor for mechanical motors ; James S. Moore. Su.livsn, assignor of one-half to V. Ö. Bristol, Flat Rock, can-filing machine; liobert F. Porch, Spicsland. step-ladder. SUNDAY THOUGHTS! etOII MORALS MANNERS IT X CtFKOTMAS. The art of discrimination is, if not a lost art, hardly a discovered one. Ginzot made it the test of civilization and thus remanded the greater part of the human race into barbarism. Most of the theo logical wars have ben foucht over misun derstandings caused by a fast and lnoe babitofdefinition. Acarefal definition will nine times out of ten, pacfy and amify disputants. Take, for instance, the old quarrel between the Calviuiats and the Arminians. The latter atlirra that the will is free; the former maintain that the will is not free. Bjth are rigtit. and a proper definition would harmonize the two schools. Iii the realm of action the wi l is free vo ition is uncontrolled here. In the realm of feeling the will is not free. Who can will himself into love, or into generosity, or into anv feeling. We can act as though we loved or were geneious, an 1 obey liamltfs in junction, "Assault? a virtue if you have it not." Bat the will, free in action, is powerless in feeling. This distinction eboul 1 bring Ca vinists and Arminians into accord. They agree, in fact, and only quarrel over term. Just eo in the matter of election and reprobation. Certain theologians so de fine e ection as to make it an arbitrary act on the part of (jo 1, who is pictured as from e'ernity to save ome and d ion oth ers, whether they will or no. This makes the Almighty an infinite Nero. Tne true drfh.ition of election is that it is a moral judgment of God, bned on his free knnwledee, whereby thoee who accept theotlered salvntion pa?" into happiness, while those who reject it lapse into n.is ery. The happines of th save i and the ndserv of the lost are conditioned ahao iute y; not upon God's arbitrary choice, but on character-on what they are and do. Both e ectim and reprobation are tberefcre conditional, never arbitrary. The following extract from a recent nove , exhibits maimers, if not morals in a curiou way: ''Husband and wife ate on tnge her in si'.enco. There was mani festly an il -will and feeling between them. The huihamj devoured a p'ale of soup, half a fish, a piece of roast beef and a slice of plum pudding, without even once opening his mould 1" How on earth did he manage it. God demands of us our best. Nothing more is possible. N thing ieas is enough. There it no second best in morals there ia only right and wroug. "IfwecouM g t rid of the tremendous war and governmental machinery," says Charles Dudley Warner, "life would be a sort of picnic and then women would come even more to the fron', for they manage a picnic much better than men door can. This is the highest eort of compliment, for woman ha n h a J for or ganization. aid detuils and economy, as is enfüciently evident in th most highly civi ized modern nation, France, where ehe is pre-einiui nt in business mattet s. Gambling is a world-old and a world wide vice. Next to licentiousness aod drunkenness it ranks as a producer of crime. Always and everywhere it is an enemv of public n orals. Hence it is un der the universal frown of taw and order. Thefts acd enibezzl-inents are its legiti mate ori'ppring. The prevalence of gamb ling amoi.j; us is marked -is incraming. The enormous sum of $2, S! 18,072 waa atolen in ISMO as a direct result oi it. If we had the figures for and ,(J2 they wou.d be even tarter. Wort of all, gamMin? in some of its most dang runs and fttscina'ing forms, is encouraged and patronized by our com mercial usa.vs and social customs. We advise the pulpit to lac novel re td.ng and dancing ami card piaying alone for awhile, and to show up this devil the slye-t and mo-t conwr. t onal in the whole Satanic brood. We have seen what the aroused n.oral i-ensi of Amerim cm d in thi da truction of the luiisiana lottery. Let thosH who read between the ines and carry brain be'iiud their eye, setz this sathe thunderholt an i hurl it at gambling in whatever form whether on the turf or jn a church fair raille. Somebody has disrovered at this late day that the wife of Christopher Coium bus was a Toman of rare gifts and great enthusiasm for science, writes Margaret Sanfter, ami that ahe was the daughter ofaekiliful and daring navigitor, whose charts and compasses descended to her. The intereme is that she inspired her hus band, or at least eympathized with him s thoroughly, that to her b lons parr, at least, of the credit givn to the dis coverer of a new continent. There are men who fai;, as Dr. Lydgate faiied in "Midd.emardi," because they aro mated with women who kil', as frost does the tender plants, every growth toward heroism and nobi ity. But of the true wife it may always bi eaid that she doeth her husband good and not evid all the days of her tile. The medi.eval achoolmon used to do bate the question as to how many aneola could dance on the point of a needle with out joMlimr. They could never agree upon the numoer. Some one save the needle was born naked, arirt is old. Always in clothing it is, yet perpetually nude. Sew ing (with an e) is as o.d as jwio (with an o). And now we are rfh thori tat i rely assured that the vocabulary and grammar of ihe ancient Chinese language has been tr." ed back to the yet more aucient epeucU of the early civilizers oi B ibyk ni,t. Tennyaon was a good deul of a theo logian. His "Idyls of tho King," takea together, have been well called a pro found al egory, of which the "Holv Grni." inav he couriered ths climax. The hall ot Meriio, Virt with four trreat zonea of eculpture.' uggeets the whol ? ascent of life from the animal plane to the annelic: A nil in lh lownt. bvaat ara aving mau; nil in tri -r'il, men tr. alay in Leit- ; An i in ths third trs wirr or, erfe t inn:; And iu ttiß fourth ire ricn with gruwing wingi. Tact and use r.re the best aorta of genius. Because, asks Emerson, of what use ia ?enius if the ork'n is too convex or too concav, and cannot Und a focal distance within the actual horizon of humau life? One fatal defect in the culture of the achoo a ia that it trains men away from in stead ot toward practical allairs. Hence very many scholars fail in life, while men who are illiterate, but who have an ac quaintance with the world, teach the good and bear elf the crown in the (Mmpic games of business or politics. William Matthews reminds us that Caius Marius, who was consul more time than any other Roman, as a man of low b rtu and ithout learning, but able and active. DiocUtian, who reorganized the Unman f ai ity. could barely write Charlemanue, who molded western Europe, signed his name with difäcultj. Peter the Ureal was an ignorant boor. Brind ey and S evenson, who gave England her rail roads and canals, received but little echool education. Walpole, wbodespised literature, was one of England's ablest En me ministers, and. in 6pite of Eoling. roke, lluttney and the prince of Waled, held power for twnty-cn years. What then? Is ignoranc e better than knowledge? Not so; but there are various kinds of knowledge. The world is a book, as the French eav. In order to suc ceed in life, men muet have an acquaintanco with this boon with men and affairs. He who adda to this a pro found scholarship, as Gladstone does, is doubly strong. But there are too many scholars nowadays who know everything exrept how to use it. The error li-a in our educational system rather than in the individual. Apropos what reader of Cottle's life of Coleridge, asks Mr. Matthews, has forgot ten tha ludicrous story of the attempt made by these men and Vk'ords worth to remove the collar from a horse that they were unharnessing? First Cott.e, and then Coleridge tried his hand, and after twisting the poor horao'a nee aiiuoat to "trangulntion, gave up the task in despair. Then Wordsworth exer ed ail of his inge nuity wiih a tike renult. 'ihey decared that 'the anima.'s head must have swooen eince he was harnereed. At that mo nent a servant girl came near, and. turning the collar npaide down, clipped it off easily enough to tne wonderment and humilia tion of the poetic uminari-s. Friend, with all thy getting get practi cal skiil. Verse thyself in affairs, even though thy feet shall never climb Par nassus. When the evangelist, Mr. Fay Mills, was in Omaha a few weeks ago, the town enjoyed a "mid-week Sabbath." The 6tores were closed, and everybody kept as meek as though it had been Minday. In front of one ea oon, who-e dors were lightly ehut, hung a placard with the words: ''This saloon is con to church." Whv would it cot bo a good idea to keep it there? A writer in the Interior regards it as providential that the foreigners who re side among us should cling to their native tong.ie and re.-ht the Bennett law and tho IM wards law. If one langua. e were spoken in America and the immigrants did not Bgreatt thev would unify, politica ly and socially, and rme the country. As it is they remain comparatively isolated a-id hence harmless. He prefers Babel until Pentecost ehail come. The beet way to Auiericanizu these people tbe only safe wav 'n to disciple them. Tnis view ot the ail ran tares attendant upon the Heareuins habit of certain classes of foreigners is novel and suggest ive. But we ouht to pray and work lor that Pentecost. Good thoughts are blessed guests and should be heartily welcomed, well fed and mucii sought af.er. &)urgron. When a man is going up he can stop easily, but when he is going down stop ping is diflicuit. Moral gravitation is aa real as physical. Carlos Martyn. 'Tiaswctf us year iy year we lo-a 1 r ends oat oi ich', i i i. itti to muse Row (row iu paradue our store. KBIK. The old legend of the youth who went here and ther, and utan 1 down, looking for hapi dnees and found it. after searching for years, in the duty that confronted him liglit there in the old ho e is a type of all our 1 ves. Ycviij Penjife's Wftkly. A ighted lamp is a very small thing, and it burns camiy ami without no ee. yet it giveth light to all that are within the house. And so there is a quiet itnpu'se which, like the flime of the lam t. Ulis many a ho with brightness. McChtyru:. If tnou intend and seek no hing else but tbe will of God wid the good of thy neigh bor, thou ehalt thoroughly enjoy inward liberty. Thomas a'Kempix. He who is fnlse to a pre-ent duty breaks a thread in the loo n, and will Und a daw when he may have forgotten iu cause. . IV. lif.rl-.rr. Who ver :oe an ant friend to feed M iy lieuee depat t; tli re i no room for Mm here. LiMt wrUen Ij it. Auuttin4 euer hi t'udy door. At a conference of women the other day a paper was read on "Quiet Hours." The author set forth the importance of re flection as an element of true activity, and urged au avoidai.ee of the error of looking; upon action rs the cnlv form of work. "We all need ripening hours. We cannot give out wiatweha,ve not taken in; we cannot con. fort if n have not ourselves been comforted." T e snnitary value of refit is often dwelt upon not too often, however, in these days of hurry and worrv. The intellectual and mora va ue of quietude are not half appreciated. I we rushed le-s we might th.nk more. Nor let anyone imagine that quietude is synonymous with idleness. Deep thinkers are seldom idl, but often quiet. JIapti;y, we can bui d a silence in our mind and heart even in a crowd, and go in then out of tho noise for meditation or 6elf comuiun.on. 'lis a habit that wid repay cultivation. An esteemed contemporary prints this poetic definition of woman s sphere: TUey talk Mut a vom n's sphere, A thon.h it had a limit. Tl ere's n( a pi -re in earth r heaven, Tu.-re', not a t.i in in .n 11J given. There'll not a lilesMnx .tr a wup, 'i'bere'a not a a h p-r-d "jre" or "no," 1 hi-r-'fi not a lif-, or dith. or liirth Tint I. at a foainer'a w. iht of Suiln Without a woman ia it. A CCLD IS (NFLAMHA Hü!.. FUND'S EXTRACT WILL REDUCE INFLAMMATION. CS I P E? Specific yJh'm Directions: IF A COLI) IN TIIE HEAD, apply Extract (dilated one- halO by a. naaal douche, or Taporire It over a lamp, Inhaling 9aW bn IW b jr the noae. IF HOARSE, tarsle With Pond's R njj nxtractaevcral tlineadally, G III IFTIIETIXROATISSOllF and NECK STIFF, rnb tho nf-k EASIESTS.V.I. Extract, and, on rellrlncwrap tho Tlff A f neck In a woolen L'U d a bandage saturated wit I I'onfl'i Rxtract, and protect- APPLY -,1"a! IF THIS IiUNG: pom ARE SORE, take a tea J tpoonfulor Pond's Extract four or Are times a TI1U LI72SIS ACHE and are sore. TO rub them vlsoroualy with Pond's Extract. FOR CH CHILBLAINS, bathe with PARTr; ond'i Extract nd bandact With cloth saturated with Pond' AFFECTED Extract. Itching quickly stopped. OUT do not purchase some eheap substitute and expect it to do what Pond's Extract will. Bo sore yoa have genuine article. Ittade only by Pond's Extract CoH Kew York TO MISS YOORHEES CONFIRMED. A Reception to Cardinal Gibbons Those Who Were Present. BrnuAC or Tns Settisel, 1420 New Yokk-ave.. N. WAsniNGTOS. I). C. Jan. 18. 1 About a year ago Miss llallie Voorhees was baptised iuto the Roman catholic church and at high noon today, at St. Matthews, Cardinal Gibbons administered the eacrament of confirmation. The aena tor's family aod and a few close friends were present. At 5 o'clock Senator and Miss Voorhees gave a reception in honor of his eminence, the cardinal, at their rest deuce, 12ZZ Iew Hampshire-ave. Calla lillies, white crocusses andV ferns decorated . the parlors while in the tea room the decorations were in scarlet. Cardinal Gibbons re ceived the attentions beeowed uton h'm with becoming grace and dignity and was charming in his manner to each one of three hundred and odd gneats present. The carJiual wore a ecarlt-t moire cape over a black cassock while on hia head was the scarlet cap. Card nal Gibbons waa affectionately greeted by members of his church, who kissed hia ring. Mies Voorbees wore a prettv gown of white flower brocaded satin, with puffed pleeves of preen satin an l pearl pR6.samen terie. She was assisted in receiving by Mrs. Winthrop, Mr. Heber May. Mrs Jo eiah Tierce, jr.. Mrs. Aden, Mrs. Gen. Schofield and Miss Kilbourne. Among those pr sent were: Mine. Romero, the Spanish minister und wife. Chief Justice Fuller and. family. Justice Brewer and wife. Justice and Mrs. Shirae, Ju tic s Urown and Ii atrhtord. Mrs. Justice Field, Mrs. Senator D.dph, Senator and Mrs. Viia, Mr. and Mrs. Condit Smith, Repre sentative and Mrs. Bourke Cockran, Gen. an I Mrs. Schofield, Senator and Mrs. Gib fon, Senator and Mrs. and Mis Black burn, Senator Vance, Gen. und Mrs. Vin cint, Admiral and Mrs. Crosby, Ad miral and Mrs. Green, IiepreHenta tive and Mrs. Onthwaite, Sriiator and Mr. Call, Judge Jere M. Wi'son, Mrs. Martin and .Mrs. Donahue of San Fran cisco, Senator and Mits Dnwea, Senator White, Mr. JikL'9 Mc Arthur, Mis Riggs, Miss Davidge, Mr. John 11. McLean. Mrs. Homey, 51ra. Stannard, Mrs. Dunbar of Greenca-tltt. Mrs. ilubb of Karl Park, Ind., and the following Imliina representatives: Uretz. Brock shire. Brown, Martin and Patton and Repreeentative-e!ect Taylor. POULTRY ASSOCIATION. The Annual Meeting OfTicors aod Directors Illected. The annual meetirs; of the Indiana pou try aHsociation was held at Tomlinson ball Tuesday night. The meeting was called to order by President B. F. Hill of Indianapolis, who delivered a short address, and Gtorge Sealer of Lafayette, spoke on the subject of incorporating the association. He is in favor of incorporation because it will five protection to the members, and advise 1 that a committee be appointed to viait the legislature and enieavor to havo a bill purged incorporating poultry associations. The following committee was appointed to look afier the poultry interest at the state fair next year: Georjr S-aer, I. N. I'arker. Thornlown; J. K. Dauehertv, Lotus; II. L. llarlen. C'rawfordsvi'de; Char.es Demerley, Delphi : (.. S. Wood, Indianapolis; Jolin Camp, Macy ; T. M. Carapbe 1, Darlinston; Edward Meridth, West Indianapolis; D. A. Stoner. Rena sa'ear. and J. LI. Cunningham. Mac v. The foliowinz were made directors for the next etiow: C. R. Johnson, Ruh ville; J. E. Daugherty, Lotus; E. N. Maish. Frankfort; George ieauer, Laray ette; B. F. Myers. Crawfonlavi.l; W. II. Frey, Indianapolis; B. F. Hill. Indianapo lis;" Henry Allen, Bloomin-jton. 1. N. Brker, Tborntown, and John Camp, Macy. Georee Reger, ir., was indorsed for superintendent of poultry for the Indiana j exhibit at tbe world s lair. The hoard of directors elected the fol lowing officers: President B. F. ITill, Indianapolis. Traurr I. N. Barker, Thorn town. Beeretary W. H. Fret, Imlianapoli. -uperiuieuJeut Ii. F, Mers, traw.rorJ. viile. Tho meeting next year will be held the thirl week of January, bepinninjr on Monday and ladting the entire wek. THE BEST Your wife will be in Anticipating the demand, epecial arrangements to supply UK EKaa We will furnish the Famous SENTINEL SEWING MACHINE (No. 4) and the STATE SENTINEL for one year lor S1T.25. This Machine is fully warranted and money will be refunded 3, same as No. 4, except with two drawers insread ot four, will SENTINEL one year ior S16.00. POINTS OF SUPERIORITY. INDIANAPOLIS SENTINEL SEWING MHCH1NO Has the lnteat deslprn of bent woodwork, with skeleton drawer cases, made in both walnut and oak, highly CnUhtd and the most durable made. The eland ia riaid and etronir, liavlr.fr braee from over each end of treadle rod to tab e, has a larpe balance wheel with belt replacer, a very eaey motion of treadle. The head is free of jdato teneiona, the machine la o Bet that without any chanjre of uju er or lower tension yon can tew trom No. 40 to No. 1-0 thread, and by a very Üjrht change of disc tension on face plate, you can sew from the coarsest to the finest thread. It has a self-setting needle and loose pulley device 'n hand wheel for winding bobbins without running the machine. ... It is adjustable in all its bearlnes ana ha lees spnnrs than any other sewing machine on the market. It is the quickest to thread, being eelf-tnreadinp, except tne eye of needle. It is the easiest machine in cnanging length of stitch, and is very quiet and easy running. Address all orders to THE SENTINEL, Indianapolis, Ind. P. S. This Machine is shipped direct from the manufactory to the purchaser, saving all cuddle men's profits. M 4L am I r i . - i l i . i arjd your N.K.FAIRBANK&COL CHICAGO. Dr. SYDNEY Ri;iÜZRf PrcTesor cf iroia tn- careful analyses r t l'rcf. Attkeli end ether. I n satisfied litt VAM MOOTER'S OOOOÄ !? in r.o wey injurlms to lu-alta. and ' nat it i lcM-jd!y noro nutritions than cth-r t'ocoas. It is c?rtainlv pure" tnd hichly dig s' lbic 'i i. r,U'--t.-itk.r.s in cer tain ndvertiaeaonp ( frar.i Trade rivals ) frm toy Tl.oraixjuticaro iui:o misleading, and c.-ir.ro. rihl arr' " t V.ts II cten"s Co :r ." The fa's rrf'ctimi cns HorTES'S Corov ti f.'uts f-?rttn j r'.', cr.-f 0t rrry aui'tority ciltd to injure !, is thervbypromptfU Ii r re it a very l.sry.r.cr.e t?.';rdnizl. r- fOBACCO El HÄBST For n!e by all (!rr-rln Irncf ira, or eent he mall en r iptot I.OO. Asa lor ill l.b'M 1 ol.lri, an.t tkecoe'-hers. Particulars freel T11K Oll IO MIK.MKAb, CO., ty ci.il. AdJrss 51, 53, ttaa 55 Opera lil.tck, LI. VI A, O. JATAME S 133 Cl'CJRB A and Cnrep'ete Treatment. eoalftiriT of Rt'Pi'OSITOKirS, Capsules ot OLntnifnt nnj hto Boxroof Ointment. A never-fufili x Cur for Piles of every nature eal 'eree. Il E:r.ti" tn oix.'rai? ti with the knife or injeerionsot arbo'.ic t'Ci.l. v.'iich uro paiEtul nod t-iU-m a nern.auent fro, cilou rcult:us; in death, unnoesoary. Why ?odue this temtile diaeiae? We pruarantee O boxea to cjre c:ce. You oij.y pjy for benefits received, tl a box, t for f5. viuarintees Issued by our agents. CONSTIPATION aTpÄ the frreit LIVFR nvA STOM C'S KF.GUL.VTOH and BLOOD PUl'.U IER. Snauil, roiid tnd plea-wnt tc ta', epeciall adapted for chi.drea'6 ua. 50 Doses 25 cents. GUAKAKTEE3 Issced cn'y by BKOVi'.SIXG & tOS. A;ecl. lB41sBa-oli. can:ers permrne:i:ly cured. No Vnifp, bo acid-, no rauiies, oa pain. Bthras artlictloL cd our c nicer etira. we mot failhfu Ir guarantee cancer will come out lr root, leario .oruaien( cure. If it fa U ni t a!li lnvit, eroirl f attrs;cl, an l I will refund iti'ny. Prie ' rem If wi;li direction f'r s-li-t-.-atineii t In alrane. UK Pei-orit cancer iuinut"lT Wien orlerlii. I reior Vj any tank or n,ai r in lluta w. JOHN" . Il.tr.lUS, Kox 5?. Eutaw. Ala. BARRY'S TRiCDPHEHGUS FOR THE gLHAIRud'SKIN. An elegunt Jre'!liir, TrcrerU baldneü, fiay l.atr. und Sandrup. Stak- the lialr prow thick at.d oft. t rrcruptlonand!lseasesof thn .bin 111. ftittt ln.rrt linilftnnrt ehiu piv.i i .-mi -. " w .... rprtisr. All drujrKlst.orbjr ui-USvicts. U Stone bUä.Y. WEAK IVSTAXT RELIEF. C'ire in 15 days. Sever TPtunw. 1 w ill wnJ (healed) C3CC to my leilow uf. fcrcnsAprencririti&ntoeiilarpti Ittt finail rak rr pn. A sure m re fnrEmi,nnn, Ixt Mat. hood Jit-rroua i' w7.r b';v a tfJO Pinpr Ptyie iiaci.i.i. .Jt a R.S buT HiirlieritOnuio modern t a imu-inuc in me world 'difftrt-i.t Ft ylrat 1ncrm'i!latf'rri.-!.tVarrantcsl 10 year. Wnrv.theonlvmr.uta'luM,li'"ciuA-chinedi-c.'cnJ ibrtalaloao Tl Hrm ff.rrort rjft." . n-r i'i; hiar r 1. r a MACHINE want of a First-Class THE SENTINEL has made your wants. One Ru filer, irith One tjrt of 4 Plata One Hinder, One Prefer Foot, Üne Hemmer and mmw I One Hrai ier ioot. One Tucker, One Quiiter, One I'l.ite Oauee, One Slide for lirnider. One Oil Can (with Oil), One Thread Cutter, 1 Rf SOAH thank me for calling ötterjtio to il." MANUFACTURED ONLY DY Medicine at Universi v Ccliet , London, 5 t cvn: IIII.TrilI)UIDrOF;OI.Il I aweta will teajieie'y u"-tn.y ti-e c &:t tut 1 oi aixo in any ti.rui in Irom'a to i ni-iü feilDy tin nil ( ov no nik:. .-, r..1 u.y 'm given in a rup .f t-a or tuitrt, without tha i non .t 1:1 j:iPi:t.wbo voiuinrlly BKsp Saucing or chf-in In a few EASILY 5 B r. 1 Notice cf Sale of Lands Mort-iaed to the Collet.3 Fund. yritie is hcrcbr gtren llmt foVnwIrn flter!VJ and, or mj.cii tiiaj-.d a rjir bj (. s.irv, will l e u er. d at i.ub io .ila. to lue hm'i i bi'i-ir at t?e aoul li ti' or . ( i: e court li i. n . u- cut o: Ind an I o I, In liana. l-mceii tli i .nr f 1 'o'cl. r a.m. B'.d 4-'cloc i.iu.,.iii lh2';h i'.ar of F. I.rsi-rr, 1 -n, the rame b-ln i. r','aei t . lh f ht- rl Ir i.a .a to i-tire Ii- i'a ui-nt i t lisn from tin t o b-ge F uod (iri'l I t ed for no i-i ar ini'Dl t i trra di -t : Nu. PiS. Tbe w i ht.f ot th onihu-i-.t qimrtet o! ii- i .irtbv-i q' arter of sect on t .iri'-ona . J' ) m tuTt):ii taclre (121 norlli, raii;e 1 i (?) av.om taim:i Iwerlr acr in'.rt a,e 1 b 1 bonis Miis a-id K.iz'h i! E. Mi e. Ii s wi e Pr uriinl. inf rct. 877; dansage, SJ.'.T: coils. Ui5J; total, e-v.'7.27. Ti.e shore df scribed lsnd will b Crt e.Tert-d foi ca'i. Mioii d tlx-re b- no b d tbe w. I .cam nliatelT beotf. rei on a er.-ditof flv y-.-ar. i.a it.ier t at tbe rata ol 7 pit cent, p- r snn iru. p iyabl ia ad-vanc-; but n n lh'T ca- wlli an. bid C taken for a sa'a !e lhn the ri:ie'pt, iiiler'tt end c ! dua a ahovo t&ted, toetber it!i S i-er ceut. daaiaat on ainouni o al. Oflicof Au iror of SUte, Ind sn.ro'lv InlUna, D ceuiber 13, IS. 2. J. O. ISEN ULIl-'Of. A i'iit -r of 5iat and Obscure ru-cavs apeediiv and permanent! cured Dy Uio cei-bntft ntia!lt. Dn. LOBB. V . ; mt i . . . 329 N. 15th St. Philsria.. Pa. iio t;.i- ifi.rrriii.in. I wl!! eura iTrtafmfDt l n:naR;!i.lryana?trir:ly.-iifliitti' ti-ud t-. friftarui; HOKt CURE TRLATMtNi EACLE BRMT THE BIST ROOFING a nri qaald for hft'i., bara, faetnrr or out builjii g". a-id eyts baif the i r.c- of ih:rgs. t.a or iron. It l read for uf an 1 e!r .;lie 1 b any oce. S nd tat i lor paiapit s an i .t.ne uro tf roüt EXtlLvlOtl PAINT i KOOI IXu CO., 155 Duane St.. New York, N. Y. r. 15. BAKNE3, 111 N. I 'tnoia L. Iud'pla. Private, Chronic, Nervous and exnnl DiirBK-n. I'. :e. Gmeera. Tumorx. Sirictor-. Varicocrle aoi Hydiweia eu-l itboat lb kn; o .norrboea, Ceet. Impob rcy, !i tJ l.r a-d I'rostatlc di-agr-s r -rire emim iti lure s fill treatment. We sruar ante to eniarjr tbe vrgxus. fc ud damp iwr book. SEXPAl. dronnis. whites. fmpotencT. etc Sure cure by mail si, of F. F FOi , i.ouivjtun, Hy. ON EARTH ,aa. 0 No. 4. if it is not as advertised. No. be lurnished with the STATE SBROBSeOTH r t QSrStoi w ATTACHMENTS Accompanying; Each tVlachino ARE AS FOLLOWS: Kh irrer Plate, Ueoimere, Foller, 1 I Attachments In bracVet are ali interchanttalila into hub on prteger bar. Fix Bobtiina, Seven Ne- dies, One Larte S'rew Driver, One Small 5orew Driver, One Wrench, One In8truc:ioa Book. WARRANTY. Every Machine is fully warranted for five year. Apj part proving defe tlve will be replaced free oi charge, except ing need es, bobbins and shuttles.