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   Logansport Pharos (Newspaper) - April 10, 1890, Logansport, Indiana                                LOGANSPORT DAILY PHAROS 15TH YEAE THURSDAY EVENING APKIL 10 1890 NO JOHN BRAYS On Embroideries A 1Jiy Job at Lower Prices l over hoard of No one should fail to get somewhile they last TAB ON A TORNADO Grand Military Carnival ANO PHOMBNADE CONCERT jlven by tlio MAfiCOTTE BAND by Instrumental am Liternrv Talent in tho city ut the Uink OQ the iiivhisoi Thurrciay untl lriduy April 9 0 JJth Ay OUEVS Cnmnrinlv I hy Cupt Urn Chuse Til I ICSIIA V NIC I AN CANTON 1AT KIAItrHS MILITANT 1 O ii I iiiiiiiniiilfl hy 11 H huso ritlllVV NKilITST MATPIIEWS ICIlM M IATIIOIK KNKIHTS OK A llMlA tnCant John It Ilnl ii tKU cvi will te follovvoil ly it 1 niisitMl utid MLtrury D IIIAN S OlKltA lllJLSE VM IHlllHltlTOK FRIDAY APRIL llth Miaijonuc pnnliiutoii of ALDRIDGE RICHS Wages of Sin A Company MoLropoliiiun Uupu u A wliicli is u Moral Lesson Siuof rrkt3 BalMmv x Pnniuot 50 Circle on sulu tit IvetslinvrV LILY PERFUME Easter 12thSt Drug Store REAL ESTATE For tmk7 dcoirnblo rosiilencos on oast Broad Wity Kor residences on east North ami Hitfh streets Kttr S desirable rcsldenoeB on Spear St sale ii cosimblo residences on west Brunei wny Kor sale tlisirablc resltlcnoca anil Fruit streets on Osago street salt for sale or tratlo hvellinsS In Smith and Shultztowii Kor trink fnrnts for city property fty property worth nnU to oxclumjre for farms tsiilc brick rcsidciitreBt No Broad way 2 of drv OXHS to trade tor ft good farm A stuck ot boots and shoes to trade for a good farm a farm to trade for drug store and jrrit tii 1 Uiintoil block to Irado Jor a farm Lots for dakin all parts of tho clly Kor n desimble residence and Ots on Wrwht and tilth street Kor rent third door upartmouts Kor iiariiunlara enquire of M M GORDON Ptnsuxi rtHl Utrtl Ktrtto Aifont Hooui Xo S Kllknt Hlock LotntnsporC Ind Kept by a Nervy Resident of Highland Park TEE WHIRLING TEEKOB DESCRIBED It ilurJULd Kfratic Course Oe cuHloniilly Oropph Crush u of Cyclonic Havoc Still ointng Swucjp Tlnougl Sharon Toivuship Pciryou und Aluiiy Four jjlves nt u Havoc April 10 The only to the deiicenfc of tho cyclouo upon Higblanc Park Tuesday night was tha city marshal of the place W F Edwards whoso duties hue kopt hint out oC doors Mr Edwards is man or riunarkable presence of mind and a trainel nud closo observer He was jus leaving the jail when the phauomeiial storm broko over the town and it happenec that thn whirling terror made its appear unQV through tho town and went on to the lake only a few hours after Lieut F fil Beal of the United States signal before tlie acadomy of sciences had been laying down tho axiom that Chicago was piactiraily out of thu dangerous belt of ay Dlones Highland Park is not quito twenty three niiles from this city What Mr ICclward Saw What ae saw on merging into the streol again Rr Edwurds described as follows at once the northwestern portion of tho sky began to grow thick and black and confused bunch of vary black clouds came iwifcly rolling on It iad been thundering and lightning before hut as tho storm came with tho tower there was no othei noise but that an awful roar hollow an weird that I could not compare it witl other opise I ever heard While this bull of clouds came up tho sky to tho east UK to tho west of us was quite clear and tho stars weiio shining I saw lhe storm approaching it was about UOO foat up in tho iir Tlio Swoop of lestroyer When it had reached a point iu midair ball1 a block from whsru I stood a bolt of black cloud not more than seven feet wide I should judgi shot out and descended with iiwful spued to the ground breaking olf a tall tree at the roots Anothur bolt much thicker through a tho same moment loosened itself and camo town smashing lip tho blacksmith shop oi iir Pitts At the o tiino there was M terrific aound as of n fearful explosion From lur Pittsplace the saina broad bolt which by thft time must have beeil 100 or ISO feet wide roso about ton fuot above the ground and scooted oil Jiagonaliy striking the dwelling house of Michael Rafterty which it lifted tip bodily shoving it about tun feet olF its foundations and dropping it again of the Chureli From thero it moved toward the Cath olic church about 100 yards away and to tally destroyed it After that it knocked aver a halfdozen smaller Itousas and farms snapped oil scores o trees and telegraph poles lifted a dozen roofs and then went l in that same curious fashion in ho direction of the railroad tracks and the itiition It then roso up once more into tho ur 500 feet high and traveled rapidly off toward the lake where it was lost and I Jidnfc attempt to follow it During this than two minutes in was no hail nor rain no thunder and no ightning nothing but that queer roaring noise Tho Observer Oiven it Lift Mr Edwards who had just risen from his bed has something to remind him of his cx poripiicu ns an observer of natural phauom Dna For at one point in its progress the 2loud of which hs soeals soizod him too ifted him high into tho air rolled him over hriie or four times and dropped him to tho ground At the same timo something struck xim on the head whether a branch of a tree Dr what be does not know FURNITURE PR 1 THE LOWEST Our Designs Xoae but the Best WorkniaDShip Alimveil to Leave our Salesroom J Hendersofl 4 Sous TAX NOTICE The time for payingthe April installment of county taxes expires Monday April 21This offi o will be open every during the weekcom rftsncirig April 14 for the ac commodation of those who cannot come during the day 1 would urge upon all the necessity of paying early to avoid the rush Respectfully CHAS L WOLL Treas Cass County i TRIUMPH OFTHE TORNADO Throe IorsoriH Killed ill Sharon Town ship O Hnvoc ut Other Points AKRON O April 10 Tho worst cyclono n tho history of this ssctioti struck Sharon iownship Tuesday night aud mowed a swath wenty roils wide and six miles long diract y towards Akron but rosa ahovo the sur face far enough to pass harmless over this aty Six miles east of Akron it again truck the earth and thenco continued its ourso southeast for several with un abated fury In Sharon township the farm mildiugs crops and stock of Uriah Woorst er Richard Brown Isaac Brovrn Frank acrote George W Crane Abraham rytle Henry Chandler Cliris P Wall ease Wall Matthew Bramley Frank ramley Hughes Frank and Henry Wall were destroyed in ten minutes Dostvuctton of Ifumnn Life after tho cyclone passed searching parties were organized The body of Hughes Franks was found forty rods from the site where his house Jaad stood Mrs Franks was foirul IM rods further on 50 badly injured that she cannot live Mat thew Bramley was caught by falling tim bers and fatally hurt Frank Bramleys house was blown from its foundations and ha was buried in the wreck which took fire from tho cook stove A hired man rescued Bramley The wreck was entirely Richard Brown was blown a qutirter of a caile and left against a stump tthero ho was found unconscious anil badiy hurt rtloru Property Laid AVaste After passing over Akrou the cyclone struck tho farms of Messrs Swcitzer Rob inson Herwick Brown Wiso Humbaugh Myeis and Cailahan in Springfield town ship destroying buildings stock crops for ests orchards aud farms Alfred Berwick fcho only peisou severely hurt will recover Fatalities lit NORWAUC O April A number of people were injured by Tuesdays cyclone in this vicinity besides those hurt ot the um brella factory Among them were the fol lowing Mrs Hoff will dis Miss Hoff fatally injured Reuben Emerson of East Norwalk will die L D Vining of Town send badly hurt Mrs L D Vming seri ouiily injured Mrs Adam Kile badly wounded Arthur Bly ribs broken At Townsend and Collins the storm did more damage Ui Norwallc About twenty houses two sawmills a cheese fac tory and a dozen barns ero demolished trees blown down and fences destroyed Too storm continued for seven hours and was the worst that ever visited that section A 5Iliicn lost at PITTSBURG Pa April 10 A very heavy rainstorm passed over western Tussday night and yesterday morning Spe cial reports from the surrounding country ietall a general damage to fences and in iiistances buildings were destroyed In this city the damage was principally to sowers ana street nnprovemeatji whicJi is sstimated at fully S1IKO000 Several nar row escapes are reported but so far as learned no lives were lost Three laborers Killed KOAVOKB Ta April The greatest tornado for many years passed orer this tity lait erening Tha cut house at the M blown donrn mgf three laDorr iniica ana one muruinj I wounded Los to the furnace company j SVJOO Nearly 100 dwellings ia course of erection were completely demolished The i Salem furnace was blown down aud a heavy j loss reported and buildings in that vicinity j were reduced to ruins The loss in city and neighborhood is at Columbus Gft COLCMBLS Ga April cyclone struck this city yesterday demolishing the alectric light companys building The ma chinery was damaged and the lights irere all extinguished last night Several houses were unroofed Rain and hail followed Tho storm was very severe in eastern Ala bama THE LAW3 DAY OF WRATH Pennsylvania Sends Four Murderers to Tlieir Eternal Sleep PniLADELPnrA April was a day of wrath on the heads of lawbreakers in this state the extreme penalty having been visited upon four men for murder The most atrocious of the crimes was the one W H Bartholomew was choked for This mis creant had a liaison with the wife of a neigh bor named Dilliard which he persisted in iu spite of several attempts ol Dilliard to his wife out of Bartholomews way Finally he proposed to the woman that she lope with him This she refused to do as ong as her husband wan alive so ho set to work and won her over to a plot to kill Dil liard Hatched n OevIlUh Plot Bartholomew was to cause a commotion among the chickens and Mrs Bartholomew was to waken her husband aud semi him out to see about it giving him a gun v had been disablsd by the plotters Evi ything occurred as arranged and Dlliard was fa tally shot by Bartholomew Th woman weakened and turned informer and was sent up for life Bartholomew ravod and cursed to tho momeut when his blasphemy was cut off by tho drop Tbis hanging oc curred at Easton At Wa3rnesburg Jack Taylor was hung foe tbo murder of William McCausland a woalthy drover The evidence was entirely circumstantial and Taylor died protesting his innocence but declaring thac he had made bis peace with God and willing to iliv George Clark his brotherinlaw was hung a few weeks ago for participation ia tha same crime McCaualand was murdered in the woods aud robbed Well loservoJ His fate The third bunging took place at Belle font and was inflicted on ono of those crim inals who ars so plenty of woman slayer His name was Alfred Andrewsand his victim was Miss Clara Price a joung woman who was engaged to bci married He had tracked her on an errand assaulted her in a thick forest triod to outrage her and then killed her Ho confessed his crimeand told a pitiable story of the poor girls picas for merry and desperate resistance when the Bend would not desist He professed re pentance and died bravely Number four was Charles Carter a negro Ebensburg He was a tough character of Johnstown and killed another colored man in a house of illropute iu that place Ho charged his fato to whisky and died say ing that ho expected to be saved On his way to tho scaffold ho sang Nearer My God to Knows tlio Ounlity of Uer Blood NEW TOKK April special to The Herald from Raleigh JST C says Sylvia Drake a mulatto woman was recently ap pointed postmistress nt Kookymjiuit This caused bitter feelings among the white peo e and Sylvia has written a letter in which she denies being a negress saying twothirds of her blood is of tho best AngloSaxon or igin adding that she is proud of the small quantity of nogro blood in her veins She Bxcoriates tho newspapers for their stricti ures upon her A Bravo Roy rrowns witli His Sister WEST ELIZABETH Pa April children of George Beattio aged 7 years were drowned yesterday morning while go ng to school They were crossing a swollen stream on a footlog The little girl fell in and was swept down with tho current Her twin brother jumped in to rescue her and had almost succeeded whou his strength failed both wera drowned DATWFC tc Jl J jj admission of the Chinese should advocate the bill Ha wanted it amended so as to re quire Chinese to prove that they were resi ChlCagO Expert Attacks the dents of this country in October 1SSS iu stead of June 1S90 Otherwise the bill would give a ticket stay to Chinese who had slipped into the country sines tuts formsrdate Hale said hie was perfectly willing to give amnesty to tha i 500 or 5000 Chinese who had come into the The Traders View Forcibly Presented by country against the law since October 1SSS Charles BacketShop for the sako of closing the doors in the fu and tile Board ami How They Differ J000 M000 A Popular Slogan Scoffed Ran dall on the Klge of tlio Chinese Census Notes AntiOption Bill SOW GBAIN IS AND SOLD coming iu who would come in unless some uch proposition as the committee had pro i posed was embodied in the bill Will LSot Be SatislleJ WASHINGTONCITY April Four mem bers WASHISOTOS CITYApril slman and Murray Nelson of the Chicago board of trade yesterday addressedthe house agriculture committee in opposition to tho antioption bilL They said the proposed law j The documents were from the mate tra 1 If tho farmers of Eausas and best known men in tho city and Onroserved should aell direct to the conj ly vouched for tlu tjlidity of the bond but Hiscock and Hawley wonliUiC have it and the matter was referred to the full eommit of the seriate Worlds fair commit tee mot yesterlay to consider the doc umeuts from Chicago certifying to thu genuineness of the Worlds fair subscription would wip out legitimate as well as illejitiJ in that city sumor Mr Butterworth proposed they would not be receiving 5 cents a bushel for their grain lieu like themselves helptha fanner by advancing him on his crop Mr Counselman said that bucketshops and not the board of trade had operated to de press agriculture Explaining it Future buy wheat and corn in lowjt said Mr lil buy ii to sell again Some of this 1 sell to be delivered in May Tho only way you can induce a man to go into tho busiuess of buying grain and advancing tlio money therefor is to give him tho freej dorn to soil again in any way he can I i may sell this wheat to Mr Adorqs here and j he sell it to the chairman and tho chairman to one of thoie other gentlemen and so on until the transactions are multiplied twenty folil But in each casa tho transaction is based on the actual product There is in each casD an actual delivery of tho goods This tax of 20 cnts pr pound is simply abolition It kills tho business It kills mo and all other bankers and merchants who go out among the producers buy grain and help move crop5 of tiiD country Opposed tlio CciuiMii Iald Kill WASHINGTON CITY i house committee on agriculture yesterday heard A Graves of the Georgia Agricultural as sociation and J P Jones representing col ored planters of Arkansas both colored who made arguments against the compound lord bill A Pension Crooks Sentence Commuted WASrirvGTOv CITY April presi dent has commuted from four to threa years imprisonment MeCowan of Indiana i lation of the pension n iico of John the vio MARR1ED TO A NEGRO WAITER A Society Hello of Crestline O Commits an OBColored Mistake COLUMBUS O April special to n i i Dispatch Crom Crestline O says Miss Campbell tho only daughter of Steward Q j HCampbell of thu Continental hotel left Not in ISiiainess for Charity home last woeu aud was supposed to have T am not a philanthropist and to do busi gone to Berea to visit friends The next ness I must have an opportunity to make a day atter her departure one of the hotel reasonable profit The farmer comes to tho waiters a colored man missed and station and want to sell his crop To wiom it is now known that they both went to will he sell To the consumer Tho idea of Cleveland and were uuyried Miss Carnp thc farmers selling direct to tho comsumers j bell was one of tho leaders of Crestlines best is absurd The consumer buy1 as ho needs society and being an only daughter aud it and you cant move the great and increaspossessing an excellent disposition was a ing crops of tho country without the assist particular favorite Her parents are well anco of tho men who step in and furnish tho nigh crazed with grief over the sad and sen money and thu facilities and depend on the satiomil affair Of the negro little is known iiiurlcet and their ability to sail for future j as he had ouly been in the employ of the delivery for their profit Under sectior 3 i hotel people eight or nine months It is of this bill the second and third buyer can said that Mr Campbell has received Q letter not exist aud without the second and third from his daughter stating that they were buyers and other buyers the business is j married and would reside at Cleveland stopped j Selling Directly to Consumers Tlle lliaril Tournament Sell directly to the consumer ehl The Lord knows the farmer hod to tako small enough prices for his produce this year uch as 15 cents a bushel for corn out in Kansas but pass this bill and stop trade ingrain prevent the making and sustaining of a mar ket and the farmer will be lucky if he gets 5 cents a bushel for his corn or any prioo at all The farmer is ready to sell at maturity of his crop the consumer buys as he has need Pass this bill and is to make the market between production aud consump tion A short colloquy ensued ba tween Hitt and Counselman iu which the latter said he j could suggest no plan by which the illegiti CHICAGO April and Heiscr played the first game nt tho billiard tour nament yesterday aud at the twentysixth inning it was a tie at WiT points each Then Catton took the bulge and Heiser scored but two more points 250 Heiser At night S hoofer played his pupi Ives that is he looked on scoring but 5 points in the whole game Schaefer did some phenomena play ing making one of 1HQ ami another ot 00 Scliaefers average was is ilii Ives1 4 Advanced the Price of Fruit Jars PirrsBunn April A moisting of tho Western Association of Grorn Bottle Manu mato business could be stopped without iitop facturers was hld hero yesterday afternoon ping the legitimate The Chicago board of trade tried to stop tho former The bucket shop was a sort of faro bank in which tho proprietor is the dealer TJitTironcc Between the Two What is the difference between this and the regular board of trade speculation Mr Counsolman Thats what I want to The price Tlio 5liy Expect WAsnrxaTof PITY April Tho follow ing are the weather indications for thirtysix hours from M p m yesterday 1or Wisconsin UHl iovu Fair in eastern vrHiTiler winds bu variublc FL iIndiana and Kow Let the Sliscreant Hang COLUMBUS 0 April E Shar cey was returned to the annex yesterday under sen teuce to be hanged Friday Aug 1 Sharkey was sentenced from Prjblo county for tho murder of his mother but being granted a iisw trial was taken to Hamilton on a change of venue and a second time ound guilty of murder in the first degree Ho Even Jtobbeil Ills Father DOTLESTOIVX Pa April official statement shows sixty claims aggregating S7B735 in sums ranging from to against tho absconding lawyer aud poli tician J Monroe Shellberger His father puts in tho claim Costly Firo it Dncnhir Ala DECATUB Ala April the build ngs of tho United States Rolling Stock CDm ianys works except tho wood department vere destroyed by lire yesterday The loss s about and 400 hands are thrown out of employment Klght Hours a Iay NEW TOBK April 10 a metiag of del egates representing fourfifths of the organ zed carpenters of New York it has been de ided to demand the eighthour day after May 1 and per same wages as t present Tho Kaiser Buys Antiquities BERLIN April emperor has pur hosed Khlingenbergs valuable collection of inticmities dating from the fourth to the ighth centuries and discovered near Rsich uhall for the Berlin Ethnological museum Caught Ah Sin as He Was Slipping In SAX FRANCISCO April Chinese were captured yesterday morning while en ering the harbor in a fishermans boat from ower California J E Williams owner f the boat is also in custody A Crisis in the Argentine BTTEVOS ATMS April Tth was a ay of great excitement on change Gold ras quoted at 300 premium The crisis is ugmenting and a general labor strike is eared A Press Club Man Lcrants BUFFALO N T April L Lancaster oxtreasurer of the Buffalo Press lub is short in his accounts about ud has gone to Canada A Chance for American Enterprise FrrrsBURG April Rokamiteff if Russia soninlaw of Beall of Wash ington was a passenger for the west yes erday morning He spoke of the proposed Siberian railway as a certainty it not ba a great stroke he added if your American capitalists were Co build a rail road toAlaska where only a few miles of would divide the two lines Stranger hings hare happened Cut Down the Expenses S15OOOOO BOSTOX April local news agency lys that annual salary list oJ ths Atch aon Topeka and Santa Fa Railroad com y has been reduced and that ther expenses have been cut dowu 1000 000 can have the actual grain delivered to him the lakes f ho prefers There is no valid contract j and no place in which such contracts as ho j has can be enforced On the board of trade wo havo a contract It is governed by rules j and can be enforced It is basod on the actj ual grain in store as shown by a warehouse receipt Where One Party Falls If ono party fails to carry out his con tract which may bo to take or deliver so much grain ntsuch a time the damages ho may have caused are ascertained and set tled according to the rules of the exchange The damage is of course a money damage and depends primarily upon tlu state tha market just as damages would in a case of failure to carry out a contract about taking or delivering sugar coffee or any other ar ticle of commerce THE MARKETS CHICAGO April 9 Quotations on he board of trade today wero us follows 1 May opened tHke Unit opened closed S3je July ajHnctl 7nUe closed Corn May npelud Uc closed June opened 31hc closed July opened closed 2 May opened 23c closed June opened closed July opLned clcsed Pork opened SW70 closed June openeil closed S1077J6 July opeaed SLOBO closed SlOSTJj opened j closed i Produce Elgin per Ih line creameries daries finest fresh j fresh packing stock Strictly fresh lie per doz Dressed Chickens UUyglOc per Ib turkeys Oal3c Apples Mr Counselmans address made a good I young hens ISvjlaMic ducks 12 He impression upon the committej boinj Fair to choice S30gl00 per bbl livered with much force and apparent sini ive slockThe stock yunls report the fol cerity At times ho was subjected to a live of lrices HoiisMarket opened ly crossfire of questions by the committee j and it soon became apparent that tho mixcll ots heay packing and tioners knew little about tha ways of the board of trade THE CONGRESSIONAL SUMMARY Salient Points of the IJoilgs in the Two Houses WASHINGTON CITY April nssolu lution was introduced in the senitte yester day instructing the interstate commerce committee to inquire what additional legisla tion is necessary iu respect to commutation and excursion tickets Wilson reported an amendment to the interstate commerce law prohibiting common carriers from trans porting into any prohibition state intoxicat ing liquors Hale reported as an amendment to the naval appropriation a provision for the construction of eighteen battleships gunboats and torpedo boats appropriating toward their construction and armament Tha house bill to refund to rep resentatives the sum stolen by Silcott was passed The Montana election cose was de bated for a time and laid over when the Chinese census billl came up and was dis cussed until adjournment without action The speaker laid be lore fbe hoiiss a letter from the war office on the Illinois and Mis sissippi canal in which it was stated that plans would be submitted by May S Sen ate amendments to the Oklahoma town site bill were nonconcurred in In committee the naval appropriation was takn up and after debite without action the ad journed I SAM RANDALLS CONDITION He Has Another Relapse and Death j l Hovers Kear Btlm WASHINGTON CTTT April ative Randall has experienced another re 1 lapse and after passing a bad nijfht his con dition yesterday morning was much worse than it was Tuesday At a lafas hour last night llr Randalls condition had changed but little since morning waii however easier than he was Tuesday nigbit but still in an exceedingly critical condition Indeed i his friends now admit that ha has but a short time to lire and only been sns tained this long by his strong eoastitutior I and iron will I Talk on tile Census BUI WASHINGTON Cmr April the senate yesterday was debating the Chinese census proposition Mitchell said the bill aa presented by the senate committee wss ab in realtor repealed lots S4i5g 140 to strong beeves cows etockers and feeders cornfed Tuxans ifrassei a Sheep natives cornfed west erns S5202C03 lambs ew York XETC YORK April V 2 red winter cash do April 8SH do May SSJje do June 88Jic do Jnly i cash do April 3S4c do May do June 38Jgc hut steady Xo 2 mixed cash 294c do April aiJi do May do June Rye and barley normal Pork dull mess fcr new April 384S May S647 June Si3 Live Stock firm steers f3 100 Sbs bulls and dry cows SL75 S375 Saeep and firro sheep ibs yearling lambs 365G 775 spring Iamfc5 each Nominally steady live hogs St40J4M iUO Bs CREAM Its superioejcceuence proven in millions of I homes for more quarter of a centnrv It i is use a bv the United States Government En Dr Prices Cream Baking Powder doea not contain Ammonia Ujno or Alum Sold only in ouu PIUCB BAKING FOWDKB CO Hew York mnctooo M Lou More GoodsMarked and Placed Upon Our Counters All at 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