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   Logansport Pharos (Newspaper) - April 8, 1890, Logansport, Indiana                                LOGANSPOBT DAILY PHAROS 15TH YEAE TUESDAY EVENING APKIL 3 JOHN GKAYS Oornoi Qn A Hi LOVO M ivor hua 1 o No oro should fail to jiot some while they last D OLANS OIKltA IIOUSK VM 1JUIAN INK SIGHT IIMV TUESDAY APRIL 8th t in Hvtr years r Su Moey In Their ipMiL Coriitily PARLOR Hnyts Host IJuy fllishfil Willi Nciv Music With SOUKS Kiijoyabio lityoiu Umbittured With No Sorrow Funnier ancl Bottor than Ever Srivnr IriiMs llri Circle Tic 1aniuette tiir Hilcoiiy Seal now on Milo at Kocs Grand Military Carnival PKOMLNADE CONCEHT by the MASCOTTC BAND by illhci YnmJt InstriHiiunlul and Taknt in the tjity at tliu Ulnk on the niirhis ii Thursiltiy ami frkltiy iJ 9 JO and JJth XIWOAV tiTiiiiKtndi1 i t apt tliase TltCllSUAV CANTONPAT tilAKCHti AllLITAiVC I O II Coinniimleil hy l H Chime FlilDAV MATTHEWS ICOM MAXDltV CAT1HIIIO KNK1HTS OI1 AMKLtltA Commanded by dipt John H Fox The Drill rach eveiiiiifr will be followed by a select musical arid literary 25 centrf D CLANS OPERA HOUSE WM IXMVN PHOPHIKTOK Juat Ono Night FRJDAY APRIL JJth KlubonUe protlucUoti of AKDRIDGE RICHS Wages of Sin A Company of Metropolitan Kopule A Iiuy wiich is a Monti Lesson Suulo or 2uu Parquet 50c 7rx treats on sale at KeesUugs LILY PERFUME 101 Store FURNITURE PR ICLS THE LOWEST Nouo but tUc Best Workmanship Allowed to Leave our Salesroom The Above Handsome Fence Put u p at from to S3 Per according to length Sample of Fence can be seen at corner of Fifth and Broadway W H JOKSS Ace i THE NATIONAL HUB Official News from the Nations Law Factory VANjj REMINDED OF SOME JOKES Hv Vlili Hi Montana Mouse Be diftis ti Suspend tin llnles urd PUSH tin reunion to Important Ciiiml Rolling Uur at tile White ilousu WASHINOTOV CITY April pro ceedings of tlw senate yesterday were en livened by a debate on the Montana senator ship contest Vance took tho floor in be half of tho Democrats and in tho course of his told a story of a parson who was once schooling a country bumpkin to fit him to bra godfather at a christening The isked him what was tho outward and visible sign of baptism Tho bumpkin after scratching his head for a while ans woreiJ with AIU air of triumph Why tho baby to bo sure And so said Vance tho outward and visible sign of the back jlidin of the Republican party will bo the Montana a baby but a couple of them Laughter Another Illustration H3 also illustrated Hoars position that while none of the objections to counting tho votes of Precinct 34 iu Silver Bow connty was sufficient of itself to justify the rejec tion of tho votes all of them together did constitute suJIlcient groundsfor doing so by the anecdote of an old justice of tho peace bofer3 whom a caso was tried in which eleven distinct pleas iu bar were entered The justice took them up one by one and de cided as to each of them that it was not worth one cent but that taking all of thorn together they made a good case for the de endfut Vance declared that ho had never heard a title o usoat in tha senate based on such slender technical trifling grounds He had aover known tho public will of a commu nity to bo thwarted and trampled under fuot on such flimsy pretexts Spoonor made an argument in favor of the majority report that the Republican are entitled to tho seats A sen ator he said could of course only be elect ed by a state legislature and therefore iu order to seat a man in tlio senate ho must have lcon chosen by n legislature organized withn the meaning of thy constitution But it necessary in his opinion to go beyond what might bu called prima facie evidence and that prima facio evidence was founi in this case in the certificate of the board of canvassers consisting of tho cJiief justi je the governor and the secretary of tho territory The Noted Irocimit 34 He then recited tho facts and circumstances connected with the canvassing of the votes and with tho organization of tho two honses which elected the two Republican claimants and insisied that in the oxorciso of conceded jurisdiction it was tho right and duty of tho canvassers to reject the vote of precinct H s 1jilso and fraudulent Without flnishjug his Spooner yielded for a motioi to prue ed to executive business HEAVY APPROPRIATIONS ASKED A Lurjio Sinn jotRiver and Harbor Im Summary WASHINGTON CITY April Bills wero reported favorably lo tho senate yesterday Appropriating for a statuo to Gen Starko at Manchester N H to reimburse Washington and South Dakota for the ex penses of constitutional conventions Tho expenses largely cut down from tho Appropriating for a pub ic building at Grand Haven Mich Bills wore introduced Appropriating 8700000 for the improve7iient of the Missouri river and to complete Mobile har bor Protests of tho New York chamber of commerce and tho American Missionary so ciety agonist the proposed enumeration of the Chinese wore presented The Montana seuatorship was then takeu up but without action an executive session was held and the senate adjourned Bills wero Introduced in the house To prevent crnolty to domestic animals and granting a service pension to veterans Mor rili cf Kansas moved to suspend tho rules and pass the bill for dependent pensions This was antagonized by the Deuiocrats ou the ground that it was too important a bill to pass in such a mannor Tho motion failed ayes 87 tho necessary two thirds In committee the naval appropria tion was considered without action and the bouso adjourned TEN THOUSAND CHILDREN Tho llrimclies of the Capital Cap ture tho White House Grounds WASHINGTON CITY April thou sand rollicking tumbling children and iO 000 eggs tho children like the eggs varie gated in color and as different iu size roll ing over each other in bewildering con fusion was the scene presented in the White House grounds ou Easter Monday morning and Baby McKee was one of the jolliest of the number The day was balmy and bright the grass green and the trees in tho execu tive mansion grounds were awaking to tho gentle touch of spring aud putting forth their leaves Music for tile Youngsters All the avenues of approach to tho Whita were early alive with children and nurses and parents The inevitable basket with colored eggs was an invariable comjxinion Once upon the ground with out concert of action the little ones roll their eggs down the sloping hills and tumble after them themselves The music of the Marino bond enlivened tho scene yesterday At oclock President Harrison his wife and tho McKee babies appeared on the White house balcony and wero cheered bv the vast crowd of prattling merry children CANAL AROUND NIAGAFiA FALLS Favorable Iteport on n Bill for a Rival to the Wetland WASHINGTON CITY April house committee on railways and canals has acted favorably on a bill directing the United States to make a ship canal around Niagara Palls from a point on Lake Ontario to a point on Laka Erie The route favored is twentyone miles long The canal is in tended as an offset to the Welland canal on the Canadian side of the falls Under treaty provisions the United States is allowed to keep but one gunboat in the great loKes and it would be utterly impossible because of this to concentrate a squadron quickly aud effectively iu tho event of war Alleged Canadian Injustice It is also intended to protect American vessels against what is claimixl to be unjust J discrimination in violation of the treaty i stipulations by the Canadian government in the Welhmt canal The treacy with Cana I Mia provides that i i I mi nation shall j be Ltown in the caziai iml iJiiiada allows a i rawbak of JO per eouc ou daties for every 2ai go lauded in Caaada Tiia proposal ca nal is to be twenty 1eot deep 100 feet wide at the bottom and its estimated cost is about S23eiooooo Great Briton is tbe birthplace of RANDALL STEADILY SINKING His Family Gives Ip Ail Hope of Mis Uecoxery WASHINGTON CITV April Randall is in a dying condition a fact which is now realized and behoved by his family His wife is nov prepared for tho inevitable Mr Randall vras Ionall yes terday During the past fortyeight hours lie had been unable to recognize any of his family It is apparent that hi is sinking iCcHlily and hUdeath is imminent Mrs Jiaruellii Tension Claim WASHINGTONCITY April The housa committee on pensions has autli orized a fa vorable report on tho bill granting a pension to Mrs Delia T S Jarnell The committee reduced the amoimt of yearly pension from fclJOO to Mrs ParnelFs claim is based on the services performed by her father Ad miral Charles Stewart as an offlcerof the United States navy during tho vrars of and with Mexico and tho war of the rebel lion Want Bristles on the Free WASHINGTON CITY B James as attorney for i number ot wholesale deal ers iu and manufacturers of brushes ap peared before tha ways and meaus commit tee yesterday and presented an argument against an increase in tho duties on brushes llo also asked that bristles bo placed on the free list as proposed by tho senate bill CiarUsou to Step Down WASHINGTON CITY April was definitely announced yesterday that J S Clnrkson Erst assistant postmaster general will retire on June 1 Mr Clarksons resig nation to take effect on that date has beon prepared and will be handed iu shortly Mr Clarkson is tired of the place and its drudgery THE RETORT FEMININE Sirs Kendalls Ileuly to a Criticism by MadaniD Iuttl SAN FRANCISCO April Adeliua Patti loft San Francisco disgusted with hor receipts here tho engagement having re sulted in a loss of JIOOOO to the man agement The com ing of the Kendals was being heralded on every side ami whpu Mme Patti reached Now York she found the peo ple of Gotham still talking of tho Ken dais It was then that in an inter view she said talk1 ing of Mrs Keudal She makes a tradeADELINA PATTL mark of her goodness and is singularly with out womanly charity in her speech about her sister actresses This fondness for criticis ing has lost Mrs Keudal many powerful social friends in England Severe on tlie llva Mrs Kendall who has just concluded a three weeks successful engagement hero laughed when shown the New York dis patch containing Mme Pattis comments and then her smile fiuled away and and she spoko seri ously She said 1 can scarcely be lieve that Mme Vatti said these harsh things of me and I rather look upon it as one of tho jokes of an overiiealous repor ter She seems to make a special point in sneaking of my HR9 KEKJDAL muking a trade mark of my goodness I wish it was in the power of Mme Patti to make a trade mark of hor goodness Mrs Kendal howover denied in total the Insinuations and charges of tho Diva and spoko of tho lotter ns a charming and beau tiful woman Results in a Number of Towns and Townships EBDIANAPOLIS GOES DEMOCRATIC Eveiytliing Uucler Witter LITTLE ROCK Ark follow ing account of the overflow in Chicot county has been received from John B Sirunis of Little Village Ark The situation here is ilistressing There are many breaks in the levee from Lake Village up and the water in the swamp3 has risen to within a foot of thslSSS flood Little dry ground is to be S3enJlThe streets are all underwater ex cept Front street aud water is running across it Theive stock is huddled up on tho high banks aud will soon begin to dio of starvation Travel is suspended except by dugouts Tho water is still rising Much suffering is sure to ensue The Plumbers Strike at Chicago CHICAGO April arbitration com mittees appointo I by tho strikers aud mas ter plumbers liLhl a four hours conference yesterday afternoon and it is understood practically fixed up matters so that the men may go to work The terms of the settle ment were not made public but it is under stood that the terms accepted by the men are considerably less than those at first de manded in return for which the masters will abolish the class system among the workmen Iowa Legislative Notes DES MOINES la April senate yes terday adopted a joint resolution instructing the congressional delegation to vote against reducing the interest onextending the time to the Union Pacific defeated a bill taxing telegraph and telephone companies and passed the Bayless tramp act The after noon was spent in debating the Democratic icense bill without action The house passed a large number of private bilis and the bill requiring state examination of banks Virginia Meat Inspection Law In valid RICHMOND Vo April States Judge Hughes has rendered a decision upon the appeal of Armour Co of Chicago declaring that the meat inspection law passed by the legislature is contrary to the federal constitution A Swindling Superintendent BBOOKJYN N T April Theodore Wilcox superintendent of the Brooklyn hospital has been sentenced to four years imprisonment for swindling the county by charging for the care of mythical patients His Broken by a Bock HOCOHTOX Mich April William J Taby aged 29 underground captain at the Huron mine was killed Sunday night in the mine by a rock which fell on him breaking h is neck He leaves three voting children Hallway President Detid ST JOSEPH Mo April Col Winslow Judscn president of the Joseph St Louis and hranta Fe Railroad company disd at his residence in this city yesterday after noon of paralTsis Ho was a son of the late Gan R TV Jiidion of Xew York The TVeather We May Expect WASHINGTON Cnr April The follow ing are the weather indications for thirtysii hours from S p m vesterday For lagos local rains colder weather north westerly winds For Indiana jmd Lower Light showers warmer Vw Upper Michigan Vfisccja wers aliihtlT cootar ni So Does Jienublican Gain at Columbus While the Democrats Have the Sumo Satisfaction at Valpar Keturiii from Clinton IVru 3Iar tinsville GrecucastU Lebanon and Other Points INDIANAPOLIS April township elec tion held bora yesterday he Democrats elected their entire ticket Tho vote was light EVANSVILLE Ind April the mu election hero yesterday tha Demo crats carried every ward in tho city lor couacilmen and city officials The township election returns indicate the election of the entire Democratic ticket CoLfMBLs O April T Davis Hop was elected trustee in Columbus township over S J Barrett Dim by 1 majority At tho last election thu Demo crats carried this township by IJJO majority Tho Republicans have a majority of the fourteen township trustees in this connty At tlie last general election this county U5J Democratic The Prohibition vote cut no figure in the election GREENCASTLE April vote on trustee in Greencastlo towuship resulted in the election of James A SEeile Rep over William Grogan Dem by 71 majority In Madison township Brothers Dem was elected over Brunuer Hep by majority KENTLAND April Jefferson township elected tho entire Democratic ticket by from 11 to 1C majority a gain of 47from two years ago CLINTON April township elects the entire Democratic ticket Reason H Swinehart is elected township trustee the first Democratic trustee siinco 1S53 Tho same township gave a Republican plurality of 100 in 1885 Tho Democratic majority is 4i PERU April the election for towu ship officers tho Democrats so far have gained everywhere Porn township in which this city is wont entirely Democratic For assessor McElheny is elected by 100 majority Half a dozen out of tho fourteen townships report so far largo majorities for Democrats KOICOMO April indicate that the trustees elected iu Howard county will stand Republicans 10 Democrats 1 a gain of 3 for tho Republicans MAPTINSVIILE April very heavy voto was polled throughout Morgan county and considerable scratching was done The indicatious are that the Republicans will have a majority ot the trustees while E 1 ward Davis tDem will succeed the Rpub lican prosecuting attorney LEBANOX April Rspub licaus elect their whole ticket in this Center township by ISO majurity Returns Eagle town ship give tho Republicans 1 majority and in Washington township the Republicans havo 30 majority The Democrats carry Perry township by 51 COVIVCTON April C King Domocratic candidate for trustee was olecteil in this township by oS majority All the Democratic candidates wcrj elected by good majorities VALPARAISO April tho township elections throughout tu imnty from pra tint returns tho Democrats have made gains all along the line In this township the principal fight was on and the Dem ocrats elected their man by igood majority This office has been held by the Republicans for a number of 3ears WASHINGTON April defeated Mulligan y majority in this Washington township a lioavv Re publican gaiu Semiuilkial reports from out townships give tho Republicans a ma jority of tlie trustees CONNEKSVILLE April county elects six out nine Democratic trustees a gain of three by the Democrats On nomi nation by popular vote tho Republicau nominate Claypool over Holland for the legislature MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS plurality over Kred Hotop man for treasurer over Hays and Harris for justice i62 over Vine Dem The Republicans elect threa out of four constables four out of five supervisors and tho Democrats Jelect three out of live aldermen ISHFEMINU W Stone of Houghton for circuit judge had no opposi tion yesterday The election was not on party lines except that the Prohibitionists ran a straiirin ticket without electing a dldate April entire Repub lican city ii ket with possibly the exception of unusual was elected also he Republican ward ticket oxivpt one alderman and one member of the board of education KAY CITV April election gave a DUuiratie gain of two aldermen making th council stand cloven Democrats eight Roiiiblicans aul three Union Labor In City the Democrats elected m icorder justice ot the pease and liv MX uKlermon giving a Demo cratic majority of two in th council DAVAGIAC city of Downgiac oh cut he intiiv Republican ticket except record The townships of Silver Creek anl Pokagon K i su pt rvisors FLINT April vote rulted in the W A Patterson Rep formavor mil Frank E Willett Rep for IKCATLii Democrats carried this township for tho hrst time electing a full ticket with the exception of supervisor and treasurer MrsKKGON April Democrats elected Martin Woolkes mayor by 150 ma jority also two justices aud four of aldermen Tho council wdl be a tie Tho Republicans elected the city treasurer and recorder SOUTH HAVES Ap s Viittrsi town ship election since the u iion of county prohibition occurred yosterJny Two tick ets were iu the Held Republican and Prohi bition the former of which wis elected by a majority of about lo2 except commissioner oi highways LANSING April Democrats elect the entire eity ticket by pluralities ranging from to 400 and also all but one of tho nldermon Returns from the townships large Demoonitie gains GiiAND RAPIDS April Democrats have made a clean sweep of the city ticket electing thoir seven candidates by majori ties ranging from 104 to over They also elect out of 12 conncihiven Returns so far as received show Democratic gains all over the western part of tho state tho Patrous of Industry having cut tho Republican vote niatcriully iu many of the townships ANN APUOH April Democrats won a sweeping victory in tire election here C H Miinly is clocte1 mayor and Fivd A lluw left for president of th coun cil The Democrats elect of six su jiTvisurs siid alderilKn iu tne First Sac im i Fourth warin NILKS April W Coolidgo mayor over Oliver Horn Wirr Rfvens Dem treaurr Three Repub lican and two Democratic aldermen are elected Kilts township elected every Dem ocrat on the ticket KitAMiKcJKT April Peoples Pro givssive ticket won over the Republicans by 1 a big majority The light was over the is suing of public improvement bonds voted last winter They will bj issued TKAVKUSECITY April elected a supervisor by f4 majority for the iifst timo in its history The rest of tho ticket is Republican by greatly reduced ma jorities A large vote was polio Illinois SVALEM April municipal election ivts tho lie nse issue Four al d Tnicn wore to have been elected but there was a tie between the license and antilicense in one case Two of those elect tro for license and the other against Tie hnldiivor and mayor areanti liins The license candidate for marshal 1C majority OIVT CARROLL At the city elec hre tho issue was license and auti iicenfi1 Tho license men were victorious bv nuavcvngo of Nearly 500 votes wero THE MARKETS from Other StntRS in Ohio anil wiaAj HHa CINCINNATI April city election yesterday was very quiet An unusually light vote was cast and while thertj was a great deal of individual enthusiasm there was not much political fooling The Demo cratic ticket was elected with the exception of Timothy Maxwell candidate for clerk of the police court Emil Rehese the present incumbent was reelected COLUMBUS 0 April Demo crats elected their entire city ticket yester day by majorities of from GOO to 1500 The Democrats gained largely in council but owing to tho holdover members the now council will stand Republicans Hi Democrats 14 NORWALK O elect four out of five couucilmen water works trustee assessor and member of the school board being great gains in this heretofore Republican stronghold TOLEDO 0 municipal elec tion here yesterday gives the city a Derno c ratic common council and a Republican board of aldermen with EL Republican ma jority of one on a joiut ballot Henry Cheney Republican canilidato for police commissioner was J C Gribben street commissioner Democrat was also de feaed Jones Democrat gas trustee was reelected The vote was very light jggg DAYTON 0 April Democrat have elected their entire city ticket and carried eleven out of fifteen wards J E D Word for mayor has about 1000 majority over Charles F Corns The Democrats will have an overwhelming ma jority in the city council and board of edu cation both of which have hitherto been Republican CLEVELAND O icunicijal election passed off quietly A very large vote was polled The Democratic city ticket is elected by about 1100 plurality but the Republicans elected i3 councilmen against 15 elected by the Democrats Thu board of education is still Democratic ZirrESTTLLE O April light vote was cast here yesterday The principal contest was over the water works board and council both of which remain Democratic Republicans gain one councilman and Dem ocrats the city clerk and commission ers The majorities range from 14 to 400 Kansas TOPEKA Kan April S Municipal elec tioos occurred in cities of the third class i throughout Kansas Reports received j from eighteen towns show that very little interest was the vote bting very light At Russell thsre was a hot contest orer the office of police judge J F Dollison was tbe candidate of the Frohi bitjonisti and William Richards was snp ported by the whisky element The women turned cut in numbers and succeeded j in electing the Prohibition candidate by I big majority Cottonwood Fulls which has for the past year been under female rule elected men to evary office KALAKCEZOO April MBdidate for major W E Hill had CHICAGO April Quotations on the board of trade today vere as follows May opened cloiel June opene1 closed SI lie Inly opened l closed 7ftj Xo May lc closed June OKUCI and closed 31Kic July opened closed C May opened closed June opened eloped July opened JSc closed Pork Djieuod SlJUJ closed S10H7K June opened closed July opened 310rtf closed opened and closed I Live stock yards report the fol j lowing of prices opened I active and linn prices fx higher light fiiaiki roiiKh inixcil lots S4n05M5ti heavy packing and iOiippins lots beeves bulk cows SI51 sinkers and feeders corn ciL higher l7 tiUJ westerns al lamhs SoJtXOjTUO Produce Elgin per rtne creameries claries finest fresh ISfUDi fresh packingstock liZfc Strictly fresh 13c per doz Dressed Chickens por Ib turkeys lOglilc yoiinj hens ducks Wiilic Applet Fair to choice per bbl cw York NEW YoriK April 7 red winter 90c cash do llay do June ilo July Corn mixed do April 3SHc do May do June i mixed H4C cash do May do June Rye aud Pork Dull mess IJ fur new Lard Steady May July Livestock lOc higher ate rs V Mi bulls axl dry cow JLTiyg Sheeiiand Lam IK Market steady sheep V Inj ffis yoarliJif lambs S50 787H spring hunfe Hogs Xotniaally steady live HO Bs More Goods Marked and Placed Upon Our Counters HATS TIES SHIRTS UNDERWEAR UMBRELLAS All at Wet Goods Prices DEWENTER The Hatter A H SHKOVEH OH AS M CKOSH Kortnerly willi Srhiiull OK Iiultuuti CIGARS GIGAR JOBBERS 21 West Maryland street ImlianniiolU Imported Key West ancl Domestic Cigars Fine Goods a Specialty State Agents for FUMAS THE GRAND and other Fine Goods The above Firm will be represented by Kreil Dykcmnn ii 11 vicinity BOCK BEER Has Put on the Market Their Product of tlie Finest and Purest of BOCK BEER Made Exclusively from Pure Malt and Hops Sold Everywhere in the City CASTO for Infants and Children so weD adapted to chfldrea that t recommend it superior to any presriintiou tuown to me al Aaranre M D i ill So Oxford St Brooklyn N Y WiiExiiiajuriouj sudicatko CwUlrU cares Sour Stomach DLirhcRa 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