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   Logansport Pharos (Newspaper) - January 2, 1890, Logansport, Indiana                                LOGAN8POBT DAILY PHAROS 15TH YEAB THURSDAY EVENING JANUARY 2 NO 213 JOHM BRAYS OX Mtes G FIEST OF THE YEAE Pittsburgs Gift Is a Reign of Darkness ELEOTBIO LIGHT MEM QUIT WOEE Of every kin They must co ram or shine Juiii too many of them and must cet rii of them no matter what t costs to it Ri PLEASE COME At uucu and iniike your selections as we wi not lie able to wait on half Ihe cus tomers next weik but will have extra lulfi mi do the best we can V UCNEJIKXTS Wtf notAS HVSAIIHII ONE NEQIIT ONLY MONDAY 3ANUARY 6th he Lyceum Theatre KUCOCSH under tlie direction of U A N I L F ROHM AN New York en Then ire tltlwl Xweefc Lavender ri it A W rinero hi Comedy tlie has 1or yours IVrlornanCfS ar Terry8 Theatre London tvteum YoiU Theatre New hit ill Cliiciipro Boston Washington niiiimore imMlTURB OUR DESIGNRE KrfW tiut theheal uorkiiuirtAliIp al liwel U leave our piiifsrooni S IDiSt 1ALJST1TE Good srounrla offered to factories for irlass wooden ware agricultural tile and imlp factories For SnleFour Desirable Residences on EiSt Broadway For Siilc A Desirable Residence SOS street For Side Two Residences on Helm St ForSnlo clienp Two Residences on Olro street For Sail1Residences uudLotsin towu For SaK Uvsidehces and Lois in Smitlilowp ForSnle Lots m Westend Addilioa on en By payments For Side acres in the Eastend For Sale 35 acres in the Westerid To Trade Fnrms for City Property Farms to trade for Hotel ReslnuniHt and Snloon For Sale Farms for ail kinds of mer chandise For Saio Lot on street foot front For paititulars enquire of M M GORDON Real Estate Agent Elliott Block Great Stove Sale A Strike Inaugurated That Involves 50 OOO Burns the British Ia bor Leader His American in The Philadel phia Press Men Em fow Law Restrict ingHoars tor Work PITTSBURO Jan Allegheny County Electric Light company has practically elected to test its strength against that of tho united labor organizations and their supporters in Allegheny county Recently tho joint committee of the Electrical union and the united labor organization repre senting a numerical strength of 50000 men in the county presented to the company for its consideration an agreement which pur ported to regulate the conditions under which the employes of the company would remain at work The answer returned by tho company was by no means satisifactory to the employes and the Electrical union met Tuesday night and resolved that the strike be made general and that all of the employes of tho company would bo called out Kffcct of the Call The effect of the call if obeyed will be the cessation of work by machinists engineers dynamo men and electricians of the Alle gheny County Light company the East End Electric Light company the Keystone Con struction company and the AVestinghouso Electric Light company It is also stated that tho light will bo carried into politics lind tho influence of the labor organizations will be brought to bear against the candidates for city council favorable to tho company now set up in all tho wards of the city The First Strike In On The American Federation of Labor issued an order yesterday morning calling out all its members working for the Allegheny County Light company Oakland and East Liberty were lighted last night Pibtsburg proper and the south side and Allegeny City were in darkness Will Call Em All Out At a meeting of the Electrical union last flight it was decided to call out all th3 union workers of tne Allegheny County Light com pany withing fortyeight hours if ttie non union carbon setters were not discharged and the union men reinstated The Electrical union will call upon ths Federation of La bor and other labor organizations to flgh tho Westiiighouie interests if the demand are not granted Preparing for Eviction at Punxswfenvncy PCNXSUTAWNEV Fa Jan wer no new developments in the strike situation here yesterdayexcepting thai the air was ful of wild rumors The ipnts of ejectmen which will if executed pat between 500 anc 1100 families out in the cold were issued yes terday but as the sheriff has until February court to make his returns it is not likelj that he will bo in any great hurry abpu serving them JOHN BURNS NEVVJVEAR GREETING Tho British Labor Leader on tlic Irojpooi of Trades Unionism in Engliiml Yoitic Jan response to a re quest for his views and wishes at the begin tiiugpt the new year John Burns cables Tho World from London as follows FRIENDS AND FELLOWWORKMEN AMERICA Tho year that has passed away has been tho most momentous for labor in England since 1818 Evcryvvhero this work ers have shown an enthusiasm for organiza tion truly extraordinary in its effects In London alone GOO trades have secured shorter hours or better wages and demanded suc cessfully from their present masters better conditions This means that 200000 more men and women in London have been added to the ranks of organized labor A Rig Advance gas stokers in eight have made 50000 members and reduced their better twelve to eight per day The baker who formerly worked ninety and ono hundred hours per week now vorks through his uniononly sixty hours and for better pay Iu tho port of Loudon every dock laborer stevedore lighterman and carman is and must be a member of the trades union The working women are fol lowing the example of tho men and pressing forward for better times Tho Agitation Spreading All through the world the laborer is mov ng upward towards the light the little they are getting making them divinely discon cnted with what discomfort remains In igypt forced labor has been recently abol ihed All through tho continent of Europe encouraged by the recent labor successes in Sujjland unions are organizing while in the colonies labor is marching with accelerated Americas Kesponsiibility All this should be encouraging to tho Americans who have often been pioneers n America I trust that workers arc imbued vith tho responsibility of their position in he universal labor movement that American citizenship bestows upon them They are citizens of a republic thatTrill be the central force and influence of the AngloSaxon race throughout the world and which may become n power for universal good An Opportunity to Hustle is well if each cms sinks within him self feelings of mistrust jealousy and sus picion and works for the common good In tho new year that is coming English and American sons of labor will have an oppor tunity of showing their sentiments toward oach other by practical efforts to secure in ternationally the eight hours per day Cer tain it is that to keep their relative position vrith other countries Americans have in the new year work before them Believing that they would perform it and regretting my inability through pressure of work to help them by accepting their invitation to lee tut e through the United States ws send them from the old country our best wishes for their success and heartiest greetings for the new year JOHNBURNS force as will remain under tha new organi sation Those who Trill not are notified that their wages are ready lor them All of the lockedout printers of The Press were placed on tho strike benefit list per week by the union until they obtain employ ment elsewhere It is said that The Press has secured nearly a full complement of men and that they will experience littli or no difficulty in issuing the paper as usual The New Georgia labor ATLANTA Ga Jan 2 new labor law regulating the hours of work in cotton and woolen mills went into effect in Georgia yes terday The first section of the bill stipu lates that the hours of labor required of per sons employed in manufacturing establish ments except engineers firemen watchman mechanics and help that may bo needed to i THE ANNUAL SHAKE Duly Administered at the Ex ecutive Mansion OPHOIAL NEW YEAES BEOEPTKN Rsuliant Display of feminine and lHanly Xaval and fiilomatiu Uniforms as Usual Talco Ulie Bine Xist of Dames and Darlings Who Stood iu the Places of of the Occasion WASHIXGTOJT Cinr Jan Wash ington assumed its most formal bearing yes make necessary repairs shall not exceed j terday and assisted in the ceremonious ex eleven hours per day or the same may be j acliion which long years of custom have regulated by employers so that the number j sanctioned as necessary to the proper ob of hours shall not exceed sixtysix hours per week No Changecm the Blaclkey IJines EVANSVLLUS Ind Jan situation on the Evansville and Terre Haute and Evansville and Indianapolis roads of the Mackey system remains practically un changed at this point Nothing but passeaj teen years BURNERS Ami Up COOK STOVES And Up Gp And Up 00 STOVES THE PHILADELPHIA STRIKE SonUnion Men Employed to Set Type for The Press Jan to a de mand made by the compositors on the morn Tin nn mSPaP9rsforni increase of wages and a 41UUU threat to strlke their demand was tomplied with a notice was read to the I printers on The Press yesterday morninc 1 calling attention to the purpose or the men j to violate the agreement made AprQ 4 1839 j in which they gave their word not to make any change in prices without the consent of their employers In view of the threat to strike the notice goes on the management of the paper has contracted with the Jfation Wrkpfi Ish Protective union for a new at force but will sotvanco of the opraiins a new year Yes terdays reception at tlra White House was tho 100th held on New Years Day by presi dents of the United States Mrs Morton was the first wife of a vice president iwho haii assisted at receptions at tha White House on New Years Day for tho past six A cold steady rain fell niisft of ger trains are moving The yard here ib filled with freight but nc attempt is being made to rnovo it Closed Doiyji Owing to a Strike READING Pa Jan sheet mill of the Brooke Iron company at Birdsboro em ploying over hands closed down yester day on account 61 the strike of 150 nailers who asked for a restoration of tho 10 per cent taken off their wages some time ago A YEARS EMBEZZLEMENTS The Trusted Rascal Kid a Very JJvcly liusirtess Last Year SHEW YOKE Jan grand total of money embezzled from corporations private firms and the United States government dur ing the year 1SS9 was 48503753 The an nual appropriations for the United States navy department are less than double the amount stolen whilo it would meet the ex penses of tho war department for three nionths It is about equal to the total value of cither the living animals fresh and salt beef lard leather petroleum woods or cheese exported from this country to Great Britain in a year It is moro than equal to the combined annual exports to Great Britain of iron copper find sugar and twothirds as great as the total volume of tobacco or maize annually exported to the same country these being tho most impor tant items of Americas export trade Tho amount would bo sufficient to meet tho allowances to Queen Victoria and the English royal family and the royal pensions for two years It is greater than the total annual public revemio of the kingdom of Servia or the principality of Bulgaria to say nothing of the minor German principali ties and duchies It is also greater than the total annual revenue of the republic of Guat emala the uuited republics of Honduras Costa Rica and San Salvador or Columbia and Ecuador combined Tho amount is also greater than the cost of governing either such important colonies as Tunis or Algeria by France MURDER AT MERRILL WIS A Drunken Reprobate Shoots Three Men Two Fatally MINNEAPOLIS Minn Jan Merrill Wis special to The Tribune gives an ac count of a terrible New Years tragedy and as the result of which David Sarvis a well known saloonkeeper was killed Robert Truax chief of police fatally wounded and Frank Hotz night watchman dangerously wounded by George Hendler a drunken dis solute character Hendler had been refused credit at Sarvis establishment and went in early yesterday morning Pulled His Gun and Began Business After buying several drinks and paying for them he whipped out a revolver and shot Sarvis in the back killing him almost in stantly Chief of Police Truax attempted to arrest him and was shot through the lungii and is not expected to live Hotz was shot in the shoulder and arm Hendler held the crowd at bay for a while and when at tempting to escape stumbled and dropped his revolver He was immediately pounced upon by the crowd and taken to jail He will probably be lynched Fast Time in legislation ANNAPOLIS Md Jan general as sembly of Maryland met at noon yesterday and organized It distanced all previous records in rapid legislation by having a bill introduced read a seconcf and third time ind passed on the first day of the session Tho bill was signed by the governor lust night It was to renew and extend the charter of the Mutual Firo Insurance com pany of Harford county whose present charter expires next Monday Drunk on New Year liquor NEW YORK Jan liitter a jaker aged 45 became crazy yesterday as a result of too much liquid refreshment and whilo calling on two young women at 33 Cherry street drew a knife and badly cut hem both and then ran amuck thrcugh the tenement house creating a small panic He finally captured and the two girls were forcs and lueer taken to a hospital One of thorn Kitty Far rell is likely to die from her injuries More Trouble Brewing at Barnwcll CHARLESTON S C Jan received here last night indicated that there are probabilities of trouble in Barawell Telegrams have been received at Blackville and other neighboring towns asking for lelp and a special train left Blackville flf cen miles distant from Barn well with rein orcements It is said that tho negroes in tend to burn the town Resigned Because He Was Huffed CINCINNATI 0 Jan C Gault General manager of the Queen and Crescent ailroad has tendered his resignation to taie ffect Feb I He will bo succasded by Rich rd Carroll the present general snperinten ent Mr Gaults resignation was caused by he directory deciding to relieve him of the traffic department Virginias Governor Iinaiiigurated RICHMOND Va Jon P TV ffcKinney was inaugurated yesterday udge L L Lewis president of the supreme onrt administering the oath office The overnor went at once to his ofllce where he tceired many callers Terre Haute Starts Right TERSE HAOTE Ind Jan the first me in several years the gambling houses in errs Haute were closed last night The or er to do so was given by the Jtolice boanf night in consequence ol the suicide f young Byrns thsi day and had tho effect of reducing the number of unofficial visitors at the White House although that was the point where tbo chief interest centered The mansion was n Maze of light and a kaleidoscope of color within flowers were everywhere and the state drawingrooms were bowers of beauty Tho president and receiving party stood in the Blue room Hail to tne Chief At a signal to Professor Sousa the band in thi corridor struck up Hail to the Chief and thosa assembled in tho corridor outside thsi Blue room saw the presidential party de scending the main staircase Leaning on tins arm of tiie president was Mrs Molvee irbo took the place of her mother owinf to Mm recent death of Mrs ScottLord Mrs Harrisons sister Mrs McKuo wore a ilar tha Washington dress of white annurts silk princesse back and train Following after tha president and Mrs McKee came Vice President and Mrs Mortoa Then came Secretary Blame with Mrs Stephen Elkins and after them the other members of tiie cabinet Tlie Receiving line The receiving line wascomposad of Mrs Mor ton Mrs Windom Mrs Milkr Mrs Wana ninkcr Mrs Tracy MrsNoble and Mrs Rusk The invited guests weros Mrs Logan Mrs Bale Mrs Gorman Mrs McMillan Mrs His cock Mrs Platt Mrs Mrs Quay Mrs Cockrell Mrs Read Mrs Carlisle Mrs Burrows Mrs Springer Mrs Lodge Mrs Buiterworch tha Misses Blame and Miss Simpkins of New York Miss Wanamaksr the Miss2s Halstead tho Misses Windom Hie Hissc Ernst Mrs Clover Miller Miss Rusk Mrs Harlan Mrs Drain Mrs Ernst Mss J V L Fincllay Mrs R M G Brown Mrs William S Harris Mrs Mauds Grosvc iior Miss Anna Wikori Mrs S li Elkins Mrs Charles Emory Smith MissSliepard of of New York Miss Graeo Davis Miss Hal ford Mrs Wilmordmg Miss Tracy Mrs and Miss Ransdell Mrs Carey and Miss Proctor Order of Prestiitution The first persons presented were the diplo matic corps many of them accompanied by ladies and arrayed in lhir brilliant uni forms which shone with rcnewel brilliancv under the ofctliw Then cams the panAmericans mostly in conventional dross suits then the marine conference whose re splendent naval uniforms attracted much at tention The order then continued as fol lows Venezuelan claims commission jus tices of tho supreme court senators and rep resentatives District of Columbia officials army and navy officers in full uniform Gen Sehofield wearing an orange scarf across his breast marine corps civil service and inter state commissions veterans of the Mexican wdr and war of the rebellion aud others and last the general public of whom there was comparatively few owing to 11 inclement weather The doors were promptly closed at 2 p m Uotcs ant Incidents During the reception several of tas receiv ng line including Secretary Elaine left heir places aud went home to prepare for their own receptions After Chief Justice Fuller had cordially reeted the president and others ha became so fascinated with the scene in the receiving that he went behind the linu and re mained there for some time When the reception was well under way the East room was well filled with diplomats congressmen and others Ladies were plenty lore stood a member of the iliplomatic corps i n resplendent uniform talking to a member I of the PanAmerican congress attired in conventional full dress while just beyond were a couple of army officers chatting with grimlooking justice and the lady that clung to his arm About the gayest of the foreignsrs was the British minister who had a smile and a pleasant word for every one The Chinese ministers ronnd plump face aud keen eye were seen to good advantage Tbo daintiest find qaintcst figures were those of the two Corean ladies Mrs Ye Wan Yong and Mrs Yo Cha Yun about as tall as an average 10yearold girl clad in full skirts of manycolored silks with waists almost under their armpits like oldfashioned pina Thera modest little women toddled along besiide their scarcely less diminutive lords with eyes on ths floor and the observed of all observers Speaker Fteed snid lie would like to buy a pair of them to hang on his next Christmas true Most gorgeous of all the gorgeoras creat ures from abroad was Military Attache Hansen of the Russian legation More than Jn the afternoon at her apartments in the 1 Shoreham She was assisted in receiving her guests by u number of personal Cabinet Receptions Other receptions by cabinet and judiciary officials were as follows Mrs TVindomSec retary Proctor Mrs Attorney General Mil ler Mrs Tracy Mrs Sbble Mrs Rusk Mrs Fuller and several others They were as sisted by daughters and lady friends Mrs Blaine did not receive owing to the recent death of her sister Miss Stanswood The secretary gave the usual breakfast to the diplomatic corps and his daughters hold a reception in the afternoon Played Tho Golden Rod WASHINGTON firry Jan pro gramme arranged by Professor John Philip Sousa and given at the executive mansion during tho New Years Day reception included a large number of familiar anil some unfamiliarnational airs The latest pomr position rendered was The Cfoldeu Rod a composition recently published by tho wlBe of exRepresentative John R Thomas of llinois THE RULE IN BRAZIL in American Captain Says It Is Prac tically a Keign of Terror SEW YORK Jan steamer Strabo has arrived from Rio de Janeiro Her cap I tuin reports all quiet when he left that city but says ths situation is not very satisfac tory from the standpoint of a believer iu popular selfgovernmeut Ths people seem overawed by the police and military Tho soldiers ride about tho streets constantly calling out All is well and notifying tho populace that any one who attempts to raise a disturbance will be shot People Waiting for a Leader Capt JJatheEon says the people are unac countably apathetic If a citizen can bo in duced to express an opinion he will admit his lack of faith in tha stability of the pro j visional junta but will hold up bis hands ill horror at the idea of cloiag anything himselil to alter the situation Everybody is waiting for some ona else to do something Proba bly tho initiative in th3 movement to estab lish a legitimate government will be taken in some province aud the revolt will then be come general Then il vrill be found thai tho present government has absolutely noth ing behind it The genuine republicans se cretly look to Silvera Martins as the hops of their party Fonscca8 Performances The first act of the provisional govern ment was to clap able aul patriotic man into prison and it isi feared ho will die there The only other man who would be universally recognized as leader in the re publican movement is Baron Lodiirio who though minister of marine under tto empire is imbued with republican ideas He is not the kind of republican that Fousaca and Barbosa are but beliefs in legitimate j methods rnd he was wounded in trjiug to check tho recent rebellior1 The provisional government manufactures cablegrams purporting to show that all th nations in the world and all the groat bank ers have recognize tho junta By posting and circulating these nnd keoiiiivr strict con sorship over tho cables it keeps tho paople misinformed as to tho real situation A Tjoyalist Subj ugiUed The captain of the Brazilian warship Am azou remained loyal to t ha empire and re fused to haul down his iag until all the guns cl the fleet Imd been turned 011 his vessel The Amazon was the training ship Two of the cadets took the revolt so much to heart that they committed suicide The junta as yet adopted no national flag or rather it has used half a doiwii different ones at different times DEWENTER THE HATTER il JOHNSON President J F JOHNSON Cashier STATE NATIONAL BANK DEPOSIT VAULTS Tho Safes in this absolutely Burglarland Fire Proof Vault are especially adapted for the deposit of Deeds Mortgages Notes Bonds and all Valuable Papers also etc Rents are placed at nominal prices of to per year each The Vaults and Safes are fitted with all modern Im provements and we cordially invite the public to call and ex amine them This Cut Represents one of the aipt and Finest Tailoring Establishments In Hie State If you want a fine Suit of Clothes over coat or Pair of Pantaloons call around to the Tailoring Parlors of 400 MARKET ST A WellKnown 1ricst Deitil OMAHA Jan Damon S J died at Oeighton college at evening from a stroke ot paralysis rcceived about five months ago at Cheyenne rkilj on his way to the Pncitic coast Up to tlie las ho was cheerful and resigned and realized fully his approaching death The Rev Father Fitzgerald presideri of the Creighton col tho remains will be taken to Flcr issant near St Louis aad laid away with the ashes of so many of his brethren auc dearest friends Assassins Meet Their Match SEW ORLEANS Jan TimesDem ocrats Galvestou Tex special says A pri vate telegram received here gives a meager account of a triple killing which occurred at Brazoria on Monday evening A man named Walker was fired upon by three men lying in ambush Hs returned the fire and succeeded in killing all three but in the con flict was severely wounded and is not ex pected to recover Suicide of a Pretty Girl XEW YORK Jan Oberhauer a pretty and talented young crayon artist shot herself dead yesterday in her apait luents at 210 East Eightyfirst street where bar brother Otto also lived Gabrielle had recently learned that William Prill n wealthy glove manufacturer who had been paying her marked attention was about to marry another young woman Smiths Friends Took Revenge PLYMOUTH Ind Jan Hanna sta tion near here yesterday a fight occurred in a saloon owned by Charles Sejf in which Mrs Self shot Edward Smith inflicting in juriesf rom which he died last night Smiths friends tore the saloon building down and drove Self and his wife out of were no arrests Democrats on Deck at INDIAN APOIJS Jan elsct city officers came into an thritv yesterday Md for the first time in sajrteerTyears the retain such Of the present j Democrats are in power in this city sbr feet tall attired in a closofifting uniform i of cream broadcloth with high top boats and full regimentals helmet and sword and gold tassels galore and physically an Apollo he wiis everywhere followed by the eyes of the women j THE VICE PRESIDENT AND OTHERS WellAttended Receptions Held ly Var Ions Official People I WASHIXGTOX CITY Jan President Mortons palatial residence after the White House reception wss the center of social at traction On the first floor the library tho musicroom the drawingroom and the din ingroom were all thrown into one About the rooms were palms of various kinds while the mantels were banted with rosesi fringed with ferns Small tabled were placed about the rooms loaded with flowers Full length portraits of Mr and Mrs Morton werp prominent among the many handsome and costly pictures that adorned the rails the vice present and Mrs Mor ton received the guests at the right of the door entering the library Tho reception began at iS noon and continued until after 2 oclock At times the number of callers made even tlie spacious parlors uncomforta bly crowded In Ae diningroom opening off frSm the drawingroom a handsome col lation with wins was served The Speakers Wife At Home Mrs Reed the wife of the speaker of the conse held a reception from 2 to 0 oclock CREAM Its superior excellence prov en in millions of homes for more tha n a quart r of a century It is used by the Cmled States Government En by the Dends of the great ES the Btronpest iPnrest and most Healthful 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