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   Logansport Pharos (Newspaper) - January 4, 1890, Logansport, Indiana                                LOGA 15TH YEAB SATURDAY EVENING JANUARY 4 1890 NO 215 JOHN BRAYS COKXEK ON Goods HIE DOOMSEALED The Father of the House Dying of Cancer Of every kind They must go raiu or shine We Jmvi 100 many of them and we must net rid of them no matter what it coats to Uo Sj PLEASE COME At once fnd make your selections n3 we will not be able li wait on half the cus tomers weik 1 lit will have extra help and do ihe best we cim JUDGE KELLEYS LITE IN DAEGEB D Ol OPEilA IIOLSK MAXA1K15 OSK ONLY MONDAY JANUARY 6th The GrtHt Lyceum Theatre Success under the direction of The Veteran Representative Attacked by the Incnrabli Terror and Unable to Speak Above 11 Whisper Report on tlic Cereal Aggregate Produc tion of 34COOOOCOO Bushels Last Year Influenza Among tlie Congress TVIndoma Bullion WASHINGTON CITY Jan The father of the house ot representatives the champion of protection thi veteran legislator William D Kelley of Pennsylvania has probably been cm the floor of the house for the last tune On the day when the Fiftyfirst con gress assembled Judge Kelley was in hia place and since that timo he has probably been at the capitol twice or three times His enfeebled condition was the subject of much comment but only a few knew the nature of the judges ailment the disease Fully threefourths of tbe news paper men in the city are practically inca pacitated for work Internal Revenue Receipts WASHINGTON CITT Jan statement prepared by Internal Revenue Commissioner Mason shows that during the first five months of the current fiscal year the collec tions of internal revenue amounted to 178963 or an increase over the correspond ing five months of the last fiscal year of 080227 The principal items of increase were Spirits 83321777 tobacco 094 fermented liquors MACKEYS WHOLE SYSTEM TIED UP The Striker on Top ol Everything Terre Hante EVANSVILLE Ind Jan 4 situation in the freight conductors and brakemens strike on the Evansville and Terre Haute and the Evansviilo and Indianapolis was more serious last night than at any time since its inauguration The employes of ihe Fe oria Decatur and Evansvillo road joined the strikers Thursday afternoon and one of the representatives of the committee at this point sent to arrange for the addition of the Evansville and St Louis It is now fully Huntingburg yester DANIEL Manager Ivceum FRO 11 MAN York ca Theatr ll tied New Sweet Lavender From tlirpen ot A W Plncro The grandest triumph In Comedy the stage has known for years 720 Perform tncri at Terrys Theatre London J is a cancer and it is spread ing rapidly into the throat So quickly has it worked that the affected man can speak only in whispers and then not pain Tho swallowing of nourish ment is a matter of considerable difficulty and locomotion can only bo indulged in to a Very small extent Too 111 To He Moved Several of Judge Kelleys relatives have baen hero during tho last few days and his daughter Mrs Hosmer wanted to take him homo with her but his condition Thursday was such that removal was regarded as im possible by tho physicians so tha judge is in his rooms at the Riggs house One Year at the Lyceum York Theatre Now Thoono conspicuous hlf in Chicago Boston Philadelphia Wiishlnjrton Baltimore DOLANS OPKUA HOUSE WM DOIAX MANAGER Just Ono Night Wednesday ijan 8th Return Bcgaylmcnt of tno Distinguished Comedian C E VERNER In Beautiful Historical Dramu The Bould Hoy of Glingali SEE OUninlllnr DtivTho Morrymafcinu Scene Glineall b MoonllshtArrest of Slmmua Great Trial Scene The Thriliinjr Gallows Scene Tlie Escape from Portoballo Barracks The Irish Dances Jigs and Keels aud hear ths Song Duotts Wl and Sentiment The strongest Irish play overwritten Lndcr the personnl supervision of T H Wiu nctt Scale ot Circle 75c rorquette 50o Balcony 25o Seats now on sale at Kcos linjrs drujr store UlillUMMJIMa PURMITURE Prices the Lowest OUR DESIGNS flRE NEW None but tho best workmanship al lowed to loave our salesroom 11 Henderson i Sees 5 OUR CROPS OF CEREALS Increnaeit Product Per Aero ot Corn ami Oats WASHINGTON CITY Jan Decem ber report of the department oE agriculture oontains a detailed statement ot tho esti mates of the principal cereals by states in cluding area and product The reported area of corn 78313051 acres represents an increase of per cent over the acreage of 1838 Tho wheat acreage 38123850 acres is 21 per cent greater than the aggregate for 1888 Tho revision of acreage gives smaller area in Iowa Nebraska Oregon and Washington and a larger breadth in Kansas and Dakota Dairying and meat production have tor years been encroaching cm wheat growing on the eastern side of tha great spring wheat belt Tho acreage of oats is placed at acres an increase of less than 2 par cent Tho Yield Per Acre The yield per acre of corn is very nearly bushels or 11 bushels less than the product of 1879 and is the largest rate of yield since 1880 The largest yields are west of the Mis sissippi Iowa taking the first rank in aggre gate produced and yield per bushels and per acre The yield per acre of wheat is nearly 129 bushels or 01 of a bushel greater than the November average of yield per acre The variation from the current expectation of the last six mouths is not over 1 per csnt The total product as estimated is 490560000 bush els Tho product of oats is 75151500 bush els at the rate of 274 bushels per acr Tho aggregate of all cereals is about 3450 000000 bushels or at least S3 bushels pe capita STILL HEARING WOOL MEN TUey Give Another Day to Kxprossin Their Views oa tho Tartft WASHINGTON CITY Jan woo growers and manufacturers occupied all o yesterday before the ways and means com mittee Representative Carter of Montana began by asking better protection of th wool growing industry declaring that fre wool would ruin the business in Montana Hon Win Lawrence of Ohio next spoke Ho wanted carpet wools taxed higher aud better definition wools put in the tari bill J T Kich of Michigan spoko agains a reduction of tho tariff Would Not Ohject to Tree Wool Mr Dobson of Philadelphia a carpet man ufacturer said that the wool production of the country fell far short of the demand Be was willing to take his chances in free wool but was tired of being tied down by the growers William Whitman president tho National Association of Wool Manufac turers opposed increase of duty on raw wool but wanted a slight increase on manufactures T Z Search of Philadelphia anotibcr manu facturer did not care how high this duty on wool was made and generally was satified with Mr Whitmans views The other gen tlemen heard all spoke for high tariff OURMARYBLUSHED When Tackled About That leged Love Affair Al THE FAIE TEAGEDIENirES ANSWES operl and its activity ia most virulent dav Doming where an agreement was signed below tho rear Judge Kolleys jaw employes of the Airline to join in the rikenpon receipt of orders which were sued yesterday afternoon Involves the Whole System This involves the entire Mackey system verytbing is quiet about the yards here 11 the freight handlers and clerical force in he freight depot have been laid off until jsinessresumes The men on the Peoria ecatur Evansville have not gone out ut they refused to haul through freight hich had been sent from here to Greenup to o down to Evansville and the freight came ack hero Strikers Doing Police Duty At Terre Haute the strikers on the Evans ill and Terre Haute and Evansville and ndianapolis roads are in complete posses on of the yards doing police duty the city nd county authorities having practically unied the city over to the strikers The ompany made no attempt to move freight rains froi Terre Haute yesterday the im orted men there spending the day at the otol where their board is paid by the corn any DESERTED HIS YOUNG WIFE Buna of Great Stove Sale ASSISTED BOOTH TO ESCAPE Tho Assnsslnatioii of Lincoln Causes the Discharge of Thomas A Jones WASHINGTON CITY Jan corre spondent of The New York Mail and Ex press tolegrapshis paper as follows Thomas A Jones employed in the tool room at the gun foundry of the navy yard here has been dismissed because it is lesirned thait he assist ed John AVUkes Booth to escape after the as sassination of Lincoln Jones is an old man He says he helped ferry Booth across tho river He did not know when ho started to do so what Booth had done but Jound out before he finished the job He is not ashamed of any act he has over done He thinks it rather hard to lose his job but does not com plain He declines to say who assisted him in taking Booth across the river Jones was appointed during the late Democratic ad ministration at the instance of Congressman Compton of Maryland Mr Muild who is contesting Comptons seat brought the charge as part of his case against Compton and this led to Jones discharge Tlie President for Windomsi Plan WASHINGTON CITY Jan A specia sent yesterday to The New York Evening Sun says that the president has adopted Sec retary Windoms plan issuing on silver bullion and gois even further than Windom in his approval of the project He ia impressed with its economic soundness as B principle believes in its beneficent upon tha prosperity of tho country and re gards it as a brilliant step toward the deter mination of the silver problem A bill em bodying the Windom plan will be presentee in both houses In the house its fate problematical but in the senate it ia be lisved it will pass 1to Snizxaxd Has the Capital WASHINGTON CITY Jan large num her of congressmen are down with the grip and the work in the departments is serious retarded by the prevailing sickness among In fact every Heater in tha house at 23 per j the clerks and officials Ill fact there is n cent actual Discount for 30 days only business in the city that is not more or less OrPDn D i H 17V 419 i affected by it Two of the three commis t sioners of the District and a larjfe percent L JAlTKBCSC age of the city police force are down with An Illinois Youth Bcpcnts way Match TUSCOLA Ills Jan W Smith the 011 of a wealthy Chicagoan arrived in this ity on Dec 14 with his young wife whom ho married in Decatur Ills in September ask The woman was ill at the time she ar ived here and has not yet recovered It ap pears that young Smith fell in love with tho irl who was a waiter in a Decatur hotel ind married her but the match was not a iatisfactory one to the grooms parents and he couple were left to look out for them selves Went Back to His Parents Young Smith became short of funds when le brought his bride here and left her at the Hotel Cook and himself returned to thepa rental roof The young wife has not heard rom him and says she never expects him to return and claim her She is being kindly cared for by sympathizing people but sh3 feels keenly her desertion DIABOLISM OF A TRAMP lie Cuts Off a Womans Hair mid Then Sets Her on Fire BATON Rouois La Jan noon Thursday a white tramp entered tho resi dence of Mr James Arbour in the suburbs the city and demanded of Mrs Arbour all tho money in the torase On being told by her that sho had no money he threw her on the floor cut off her hair poured oil on her clothing and on thefloor and set fire to it and to her Mrs Arbours screams brought assistance and although frightfully burned it is thought that her injuries will not prove fatal A posse is searching for the tramp and if caught ho will bs lynched Trouble Expected at Puiixsutawney BRADFORD Pa Jan special to The Era from Punxsutawney says that none of the miners have yet left their houses Sher fj Slitter called upon Agent John Quinlisk nd Grand Master Wilson yesterday and in ornied them that the ten days notice had assed and intimated that today he would orce the writs and asked them to advise le men to get out without trouble They efused to do so The miners have sent ont n appeal for aid and are being liberally as isted by tho people of Pnnxsutawney lumpyJaw Cattle at Chicago CHICAGO Oan the state oard of live stock commissioners reported o the governor relative to tho lumpyjaw attle shipped to Chicago andl which was re Mrted to have been killed anil sold for beef in that city They gave details of the ship neut slaughter and disposition of said cat le showing that not ona of tharn was sold or beef or a pound used for food but that hey were all placed in the rendering tanks as soon as slaughtered and skinned To the Soft Impeachment She Replies in a Pairahle and Touug Will Say Features of tlie Czars Kiliil Istic Plot That Means the Death of His Whole and Inter esting Foreign Facts NICE Jan Mary Anderson was interviewed by your correspondent at ths Hotel Mediteranean yesterday on the sub ject of her reported engagement to young Mr Navarro of New York Sho blushing ly said I am aware that reports of my en gagement havo been published in New York but I must decline to discuss the subject at present Apropos of this lot ino relate a re cent incident Another Miss Anderson who lived in the sama terrnca was going to be married in London Her bridal presents were regularly brought to me Number 2 getting angry brought her intended to me and said You had better take him too Navarro Declines to Talk After this Miss Anderson showed so much reluctance that the reporter sought Mr Na varro and asked him whether he would ver ify the reported engagement I minst decline to discuss the matter said the gentleman but he said it with such an air of satisfaction that ha gave good reason to believe the engagement a settled fact Later Miss Anderson was met on the Promenade des Anglais andasked to deny or confirm the report but graciously declined to discuss the matter Then she was asked whether the statements by Abbeys agent that she would appear at the opening of the Broadway theatre New York Oct 23 next were true Has No Theatrical Engagement Miss Anderson replied that she should not reappear in public for an indefinite period and that she had no engagement to appear in New York or elsewhere with any manager Miss Anderson put an unconscious though dignified emphasis on theword manager Our Mary never looked better nor stouter than she did yesterday She assured the re porter that she enjoyed a daily drive and walk and found that this mods of open air life had almost thoroughly restored her health She failed to tell the reporter what he already knew that on these drives and walks she is accompanied solely by the Navarros mere et flls These words and suggestions from Miss Anderson may almost bo regarded as a dis tinct acknowledgment of the engagement A L Rivers the general superintendeit of the road ran into a freight train The engineers of the two trains are believed to be mortally wounded and Mr Rivers and six ether persons were injured more or lot severely Brazils ExEmpress Burled LISBON Jan funeral of exEm press Theresa of Brazil took placu at Oporto yesterday with imposing ceremony body was removed to the Lapa churchwhere the services were conducted by Cardinal Neto patriarch of Lisbon All of the Bra zilian imperial family were present except Dom Pedro King Carlos was represented by the Duke of Oporto DEWENTER im all the trades BURNERS And tp DODK STDVES AndtTp NflTURflL GJIS STOVES J70J Acd Up The Grip in Jersey City JERSEY CITY N J Jan po licemen tiventyeight firemen thirty Sugar refinery employes fortytwo horserailroad employes fifteen compositors in The Jersey City News office twenty employes at the Drie railroad shops eighteen butchers at the abattoir at the foot of Sixth street and fif ceenziuc workers have got tho grip The deaths of three victims of the disease have iported DEADLY NIHILISTIC PLOT The Whole Russian Imperial Family To Be Disclosures LONDON Jan arrest of tho noto rious Nihilist loader Pierra Gross at War saw has b3on productive of disclosures far more startling than any of the alarming rev elations which have coma to ths police within the lasb few days appalling as they have bean Prom letters and documents found concealed in his clothing the most damning evidence is obtained against many persons high in imperial favor and authority con templating not the assassination of tlie czar alone but the murder of the entire reigning family as well Already many of the con spirators have been taken into custody and those still at large are under espionage or tracked by relentless police officials to Hie end of their lodgmant in prison whence they will almost certainly go to their death Several of the implicated persons were ap prehended while attempting to leave the country HOW SALISBURY GOT THE GRIP He Caught It Directly from the Russian Foreign Office LONDON Jan is now certain thai Lord Salisbury was prostrated by an attack of Russian influenza whoss genuineness can not be questioned it having beeu transmitted direct from St Petersburg to the foreign office It appears that a few days before his attack Salisbury received a bundle of im portant dispatches from the Russian foreign minister to the examination of which he de voted several hours On the following day the infected documents were distributed Eitnong a number of clerks and attaches of the foreign office for examination entry eitc every one of whom was a few days later seized with the malady as was the premier himself This circumstance leaves no doubt that the ailment is highly infectious and may Ixs transmitted through the mails as readily as by personal contact Boulangism Takes a New Start PARIS Jan Boulangist agitation is from all appearances about to set in again with renewed intensity A grand ban quet has been arranged to which all tho ad herents of the brav general in this city have been summoned They will be asked to listen to a new proclamation to the French people The exact date of the generals re turn to his native land will however not be disclosed Three Convicts Take French Leave COLUMBUS O Jan prisoners took French leave from the penitentiary last night They were Frank McDonald a two ir man from Hamilton county sent up or burglary and larceny William Davis franklin county two years for larceny and iharles Ashcroft Clinton county five years for burglary and larceny Prepared to Ulake the Joh Complete NEW YORK Jan Fried a stage machinist aged 45 years committed suicide by taking poison in a glass of champagne yesterday at the Morton house Worry over an unsuccessful business transaction led to the deed Pried held a revolver in his hand ready to shoot himself had the poison failed The Zeta Fsi Fraternity NEW YORK Jan annual conven tion of the Zeta Psi fraternity began bere yesterday morning under the auspices of tha Alpha chapter of Columbia college TV L Pierce of Cliicago presided and delegates were present from nearly all the colleges in the country Sew Torlc Convicts Sneeze NEW YOBE Jan grippe has pene trated tha walls of Auburn prison and be tween fifty and sixty convicts are suffering trom the influenza in its different degrees Half of the mail carriers of ths city are suf 1 Coring from the grip Afraid of American Electricians BEBLIS Jan regard to the pro posed worlds electrical exposition to be opened in Frankfort in June next Herr Sie mens Germanys foremost electrician warns his fellowcountrymen that Germany can not now compete with America in tha num ber of new electrical inventions and advises that the exhibition be postponed eighteen months until the disparity becomes less startling Serious Situation in Paris PAKIS Jan today is such a Paris as has never bean seen before it is a spectacle absolutely unprecedented The streets last evening were deserted the thea tres and cafes empty and the shops closed two hours earlier than is the custom This situation is due to the sudden change in tem perature which has greatly increased tho influenza and the deaths Dom Pedros Property Safe OPORTO Jan provisional govern ment of Brazil cabled yesterday to exEm peror Dom Pedro to the effect that it would hold itsslf responsible for the safekeeping of all tlie personal property of the imperial family including jewels plate furniture and pictures The property is valued at 11500000 Slaughter of Chinese Rebels SHANGHAI Jan sanguinary was recently fought near Tacow Formosa between a punitive Chinese fore and natives of Formosa Tho Chinese were ordered to show no mercy in the punishment they were scut to inflict and the fight resulted in the slaughter of 400 of tho natives Tiouble for tlie iJrazilian Junta LISBON Jan from Rio Ja neiro state that the commerce of that city is paralyzed and affairs are rapidly going from bad to worse The Rio chamber of commerce has protested to tho government against a proposed export duty of 4 per cent on coffee A Tripartite Royal Row Si PETERSBURG Jan czar refuses his consent to the marriage of the czarewitch to Princess Marguerite of Germany unlesi she conforms to the Greek church Tbe eru cerov forbids his sister to be baptised in the Greek faith The czarewitch insists on the marriage A German with a level Head BnnLiJf Jan a meeting of the rail road society yesterday Professor Goering that Germany ought to adopt the Amer ican system of railway cars which makes reading and writing possible He denounced the present Germsji stylo of traveling aa tentare Another Great Strike in Lou don LONDON Jan manifesto issued last eight by the presidents of the Gas Stokers Coal Porters Sailors and Firemens unions promulgates their decision to order an mediate and general strike of they control Mail Bobbers Make a Big Hani VIEXXA Jan poatal authorities an violently agitated over the theft of a letter containing 890000 in transit between Pesth and Vienna Our Marys Theatrical Announcement LONDON Jan Mary Anderson is announced to opsn a dramatic season at the Broadway theatre in New York Oct 23 1890 TEe British admiralty has contracted for four new ironclads of 14000 tons each The Weather AVe 3Iay Expect WASHINGTON CITY Jan following are tlie weather indications for thirtysix hours from S p m yesterday For Indiana and weather slight rise in tem perature easterly viutl3 For Lower Michigan except snow iu northern portion slight rise in temperature easterly winds For Iowa local snows slightly warmer in north westportion stationary temperature in south east portion vmd shifting to easterly For Upper weather and snow slight rise in temperatureeasterly winds For snows preceded by fair weather in southeast portion warmer in north ern portion stationary temperature in south era portion southerly winds THE MARKETS CHICAGO Jau 3 Ou tho hoard of trade today quotations ranged as follows January opened and closed VlTfc February opened closed 7Slse Hay oieue I SJJ4C closed 83c i January opened and closed February opened and closed May opened and closed 2 January opened and closed MMc February opened closed 20J4c May opened and closed opened closed SOSSJii February opened closed S9Q5 May opened closed SJTO opened and closed Stock yards quotations Market opened active ana strong with prices 5c higher Later now quiet and slow hut not miotably lower Light grades rough pack S350S355 mixed lots S355S370 heavy packing ahd shipping lots S3UOQ375 Cattle Market brisk very strong lOc higher on good grades beeves S3fS3o25 bulk S380a420 cows S150S300 stackers and feeders 310 excited lOgiloc higher western cornfed 54753505 natives 550 lambs Produce Elgin creamery 28 27c ft finest dairy packing stock EggsStrictly fresh ice house Live ft turkeys ducks geese 50U doz of Hebron iOc bu on track common and mixed lots 25 ApplesGood to fancy 51253250 V hbl per box New York NEW YORE Jan 3 2 red winter 87c cash do Jan uary 80c do February 87c do May 89jjc S mixed 40c oash do January 33HJC do February do May No 2 mixed cosh do January do February do March 27Mc mess 1050 for inspected February SG23 March Live Stok advanced 10J15c 100 tts and fealioj fairly firm native steers 25 10J Iba bulls and dry cows 2T5 Sheep and trade at changed figures sheep p 100 lambs 100 Has HATTER W B JOHNSON President J F JOHNSON Cashier STATE NATIONAL BANK DEPOSIT VAULTS The Safes in this absolutely BurglarTand Fire Proof Vault are especially adaptedforthedop03lt of Deeds Mortgages Notes Bonds and all Valuable Papers also JevelryBetc Rents are placed at nominal prices of to per year each The Vaults and Safes are fitted with all mociern Im provements and we cordially invite the public to call and ex amine them This Cut Represents one of the Largest and Finest Tailoring In the State if you yvant a fine Suit of Clothes over coat or Pair of Pantaloons call around to the Tailoring Parlors of MARKETS TO PLEASE JUST WhosTMotto is RECEIVED a new lot of CLAY DIAG NOLS in various designs guar anteed not to HOLIDAY GOODS At Ben Fishers Drug Store STREET Broadway The Cheapest Candy and Fruit House in the CttyChoice Mixed Candy IO Cents perpound CANDY REAMERS ksunmtome H A UD m30 OxtorfSt T H WttfiouiinjvxtoM Tm Cranum COKPAXT 77 Street N V Cholera Raging in Persia VIEXXA Jan government is in re ceipt of consular reports that cholera is raging frightfully at Hammadan Persia Many deaths have occurred and it is feared that the disease will spread to Teheran in the rpring Fatal Railway Accident In Panama PASAMA Jan collision occurred Tim Tailor Between 6th and 6thSt Thursday night at San Pablo cm lie Panama railroad A special train having on board 1 K ew Toric Chicaso Its superior excellence proven niiHians t homes for more than a quarter of a century It is uted toy the United GovernmentEn doried by the Heads of the great Universities EB the Strongest Purest and most Healthful IT Prices Bakinsr Fowder does not co ntaln Ammonia I me or Alum Sola onlj in cans PRICE BAK1MG POWDEH CO 3m Francteco Btio fii CHRISTMAS ROBES Fur and Plush Robes at CARRIAGE HARNESS STORE YOU WANT of Good Material go to HOLIDAY of Good SNIDERS LAMPS   

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