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   Logansport Pharos (Newspaper) - April 11, 1890, Logansport, Indiana                                LOGANSPOBT DAILY PHAKO8 15TH YEAE FBI DAY EVENING APKIL 11 1890 NO JOHN GRAYS Corner SILVER Indications of the Adoption Free Coinage of a Job Lower Prices hoartl of No ono should fall some while they last to got Just OneNKht FRIDAY ftPRJL JJth ALDRIDGE RICHS of Sin liopuo nv Ht 60e EflSTER LILr PERFUME 12thSt Drue Store IHinNEV STKAIN liiipr Strain Calls to Dny or Night Vo Hi NoBS REAL ESTATE For uleT resiilencee on erust Brotul KorsaU1 desirable residences on eaist North mid enst Uiuh streftH lrr salt s ilislriiblo resideacea on Sixmr St lorsiilc ucsirable residences on west Broad lur sale ilesirable resiiiencoa ou Cbjppemi anil Print street Tno livlliiiffs on Osugy streetfor salt1 lVr suitor trade ilwclliu Bs in Smith and For tnuU1 larnis for tity pioperty property vorlh SIUOO ouu MO and to iMlniniru fur farms For snli lrik nsluinci at No 5i7 JJrotul stoekscif ilrv irooils to ti atlo for n good farm stock ut buotiand yho g to trade for a good Watitiil a farm t rude for drug store and irrisl ml 1 Wutitoil busiucss block to trade lor a farm lois for salr in nil pnrtf of the city Ior a ileslruble residence anil ots on iiicht and luth street For rent ulcRnut third Hootapartments I ir eiujuirc of M M GORDON Icasiiintiiul Kenl EsMtpAgent Room No 3 Elliott llluck U ffausport Ind FURNITURE ICilS THK LOWEST TALKS ABOUT THE PBOBLEM Tlio JueltlunVottTndecided Imt a Strong Vecltag for Silver TToposcs ti Disfranchise tho Saiats Kundall Lingerlnioil the Uriiik of the Wood Made inton Cane fur tho Jfows XotlB WASHINUTOV CITT April meeting of the committee appointed by tho lican caucus to consular the silver question wan held last night at the homo of Senator Shurmau Some progress was but tha bill to ba presented to the cauciu was not definitely doteroiined on Ono point has been made clear during the deliberations this something very like unlim ited coinage is to tnsat with tho approval of the somite at this of congress Tie work of the caucus to preparing a c muasnre 001 which the Republics o membara of tho UNBPOTHERLY EVANGELICALS Turbulent Proceeding at Split In tho Conference CHIC April IL at a church meotins for the purpose of keeping the peace was the novel sight presented at the 2van jelicnl confersnco held in Sleffisld avenue hurch this city yesterday This body is the oue which is aoiv rent into factions over the question whether Bishops Bowman and Esher have been guilty various infrac tions ot tbe decalogue A policeman guarded the door and tha opponents of the bishops being a majority of the conference tie was instructed to prevent the entrance of Bishop Esher and when that gentleman arrived he couldnt get in He therefore took up a po sition outside and awaited developments In the meantime tha brethren inside were having a time of it Unseemly Proceedings and Secesnioii When the temporary chairman attempted to read tbe Scriptures such a commotion was raised that he could not bo heard Tho German and English language wero both used to express the very uucouiplimontary views the members hold of each other The bishops enemies were largely in the major ity and finally started a hymn which was SMOKE STACK JOHN John Phillips Progress Up the Lofty Chimney READY FOB THE SUPREME EPFOBT lominitteo now is di nuda discordant by the cries of the opposi tion Th8 only timo peace reigned was when a prayer was started They heard this through anil then the bishops friends I to the number ol1 twentysix withdrew and cono to the Republican so rumors with some directness that the Democratic senators will vote almost without exception for teo coinage and as several Republican senators must vote with thorn on this point free coiango so far as tho sonate can determine the question soems almost t The Prollum Requiring SoLatloi This information comes from the moss reliable sources and it is the information on which tho Republican caucus committee is acting Homo 01 the Republican senators I iro bitterly opposed to unlimited coinage ml how to reconcile tihom and tbo silver to Ivocates so as to prevent a split in the Ho ps blicau ranks is the problem ivith which i caucus committee is wrestling Many of tho western silver mon have expressed a wiii inncss to veto for a compromise meas if they can be in the right atti before their people Unlimited Colnii 50 J Republican monitors of the liouso hoi 1 ocaucus last night to cv insider party poll y The siiver question was taKcn up inim d lately and discussed at iruat length Duh ig the discussion a romarl table fooliLg gjtllntion ln n tii veilof unlimited coinago developed and if present Indications are ol any value the hot t9 mid senate wilt join oofore long in passing a providing for froo coinage Conger f Ohio was tho first speaker at the caucus He explained tho provisions of his silver bil I Ho was followed by Walker of Mussachu setis Cauuon of Illinois BIcKin loy of mid Carter of Montana Car ter made iv strong ploa for free coinage Will Consult Over tho Matter The house and senate silver bills were dis ciuised ut length At first tho general ten dency seemed to bo in favor of the hoi e bill The views expressed were tx diverse how oirtjr that it was agreed that a committeo oc members should appointed to con suit witlin couuntittoo of Republican meal bars of the samite to dcvis some measure that would be in cdfoet a compromise and to to u caucus to bo held in tiio liouso on Mund uy niglit next A resolution to this ef fect adopted and i he cancm nt adjour ued Dingloy of Maine preside Kvery Ladder in Flace Except the One IVliicli la to Lift Him to tile Au Account of His Manner of Opera Views tlib Country from Tho OARLiSTS NOT IN FAVOR TUc Arrival of One In Snttln a City Under Martial Law VALENCIA April 1L marquis of ralbo the Car list leader arrived here yes terday His coming bad been previously an thousands of antiCarlists as sembled at the railway station to express their detestation of hiiu and his cause As he stepped from the train he was greeted with jeers and groans and the whola crowd followed him to his hotel As he entered the hotel the mob attacked the building with itones aud endeavored to set firj to it The Healthy Exercise Thras Avluit he of house amounts to when its Grout Mctliod of Fix military was summoned aud charged upon proceeded to another church headed by the bishop who was waiting outside and or ganized ii conference of their owu A con atabie is uow looking for tbe secretary or ti Sheffield avenue body armod with r war3Ot for the records A Triumph for Bisliojj Uowmin fj April Bishop Bowman chail to O12U tho Iowa conference of tlie German Evangelical as madeto prevent presiding but out of eighty ministers iu only eleven voted against him speechas were made against him aud aaclared favo pt tho speakers suspended of the ministers including y elder of the district rjtraoteu had said aud wore reinstated three refused to retract and we i of tha conference suspended frnv iMiBJsceri al oftica for one year THE RAGING MISSISSIPPI Ing Molts in Tjriclc Work NEW YORK April Nervy John Phil tips tha chimney climber who is ascending tho great smoke stack of tha Clark Thread works at Newark N J is getting along rapidly considering Cue perilous character of his work Wednesday he was at work bv C a in aud at that lime twentytwo ladders ivure in nlucf and the top of the up per one seemed to be within five or sis feet ring or collar under the flaring top Above this ladder a stout spike was driven into the masonry and from it landed a insifo and ropa He ClimbA thu Lautiorft Hr Phillips wears a safety bjlt around his iraist In the front of this belt is a stout which he attaches to a rung of a lad presiding ivuiit they Tha other by 11 vots der while at work thus giving support to the body and permitting him to use both lands freely When ready o go up the lad Phillips tastsrisd tho end the pulley rope to tho hook iu his belt and one of his wo helpers took hold of the other end of the rope and gathered it in hand over hanl as the climber ascended putting on strain enough to make the climbing oasy but not t ti f enough to lift Phillips whole weight When of pi opi PhiUips rested the helper stopped pulling and ho rested several times before reaching iho dizzy height at which he was to begin his days work Standing on HID Collar He csrmined the lashings of the last lad ier and then signalled for another which quickly sant up to him t was a short one but like ice others he secured it with six spikes and lashed ueaiiy half its length to the twentysecond ladder It projected tae collar a few feet an 1 securing it Phillips mouutrtd it and passing be hind it stood for a few minutes on the broad NO VOTES FOR MORMONS Jullom Do O Tnem JIsfraiicliiscd i uis In the House axdTON CITV petition was prci leaded in the senate yesterday against h proposed duty on lead ore which it was claomed ruin the smelting business iu Galvcston Tex Bills were favorably re ported for improv ing Columbia river Oregon reviving tho grado oC lieutenant general aud for improv Aruusus pass Texas so as1 to make a deep water harbor Cullom introduced a bill disfranchising Mormons and prohibiting them iron holding any office The chair thiit tho Montana souatorship contest v the only thing before the senate aud auBt be proceeded with to a vote The mat o ivns considered without action until when t10 adjourned were introduced iu the house To incorp rato tbe Sous of tho Revolution to and fix the salaries of railway mail clor making seven classes with salar es from i to In committee tho laval app Topriation was again taJon up An amendi was out to provision JHO ion of Holm Other amendment1 woro rejected the b V ordered favorably reported and tho commit rosei but tQO bouse ad iounied without iietion Ctrr April In ternational America U conference yesterfflay adopted tho report of tiio committee ou 1115 tonis uuion which recommends that re ciprocity treaties bo n egotiated between the several republics of American hem isphere each making tariff concessions so that tho peculiar products of them alJ may Iba introluced free in to the others The I committeeon banking recommends the iu I corporation of an internitional bank by tho United Stages with tho object of iugdiratt 7ho money markets of tho Amer lean tuatians The Lite of Amtrlcu 1aUjnts WASHIXOTOSCny April Tho Iiousn f committee on patents ha directed Simouds 60 make a favorable repo t on a bill amand i ing the revised statutes striking out the j provision which limits tha ita oE American 1 patents to the life of E uopenn patents j granted to tho same person Simonds es I plained to thecommittee tha I8 statute in question had lieen construed ii v so many dif 3 PC M terent ways th i d I W i by strikius it sleep the floor Tho hat it could be re readied out but the Best Workmanship Allowed to Leave our SaJesrootn J ft i BREAKFAST DISH UKYOWGMKB m n A Caiio for President Ha j WASHISQTON CITY April Seymour L j Rau of Philadelphia called at th executive mansion yesterday morning and behalf of A Loudau ScswxlGS SiiJadt ipkio now minister to Greece presented to the president a goldheaded cane Engraved on the head of tha cauo is this inscription rj cane was cut from the yoke which supi lorted in dependence bull in 177B To sut Har rison Condition of the Wltoat Flelats j WASHINGTON Crrr April ocuii i tion of winter wheat ou Ap ril i as reported by the statistician of tho da partanent ot ag riculture averages SI for th e entire bijeadth Tha general average for i ye is 9if i The I averages of condition in w sstern ara as follows Ohio S7 Michii an 6T H i4iana i T5 Illinois 75 Missouri S3 Kansas ST i SattHsburjJIuclj Huffed i MONTE CJIRLO April 11Lord Sa lisbury and Lady Salisbury appaa red crt the en i trance to the Casino witl out tick ats and I were denied admission Th e British consn lar officials were sunimoi led whe reupon tickets weru secured Tfc e most profusa were tendered uord Sal isbury who after producing and signing a blank i passport refused to enter he buildi as and 1 stalked indignantly away A Theft Sensation Vienna Vntssi April M insntion has been J created here by the discovriry that the mously valuable baton pir iasented to tbs i mous Marshal Kadetzky in IffiO has j ftolen from the military nAonum tlitt Inundatetl Waste of Water ARKANSAS CITY Ark April is t ho center of tha worst flood of Missis sipi river between Memphis and Vicksburg Tho town is completely under water and about half ot tho population has deserted it Tho houses all stand in water from tour to six foe t deep Merchants arc doing business on scaffolds built with falso doors on the levee ua ot Tallinger who is charge of the Arkansas Kvee district with his headquar ters here siys there can be no change in the situation for at least twenty days Five thousand people arc within thirty miles of this place Ono the most re markable scenain the whole county is to be found a ntilo belviw this city How Peoplo Four hundred people takan from sub merged dwellings at e crowded together in a large cotton building on cotton bales spread over tl colored people in the towiw have taken pos session of tho boxcars tnd livo iu ihem ap parently as comfortably as in tjjoir former shanties The white people are living in freight houses and the railro ad station across thovivsr On the Mississipp i side at Hajit ington which is tho terminus of tho Georgia Pacific railroad the entire population ara living in boioiro and stories of dwellings The Telegraphic Tournament NEW YORK April National fast Sejiding tournament took place yesterday afternoon aud evening iu Hardmau hall Fifth avenue and Nineteenth street before a large audience It was Cor variousprizes the highist being SUM in the class and the contestants consisted ol the fastest in the coi wtry In the ladies contest Miss Kitty B of this city totk first prize sending 217 words in flve nrinutxs In the old timers class the first prize was won by Albert Ayers of New York words He also TV on the United Press prize of for excellence aud spjed In tho freeforall the first trial showed sucli general excellence that the judges could not decide aud anothsr tiial was had resulting in victory for B R Pol lock of Hartford Conn who sent 2b0 words lows Legislative Xotes DES MOIKES laApril senate yes terday voted dowu all the amendments to the license bill except one permitting towns of 4000 population to choose license or pro hibition and then defeated tho whole bill The local optioti bill was then taken up It restricted licenses to cities ot 5000 and made the minimum fes It Tvas largely amended but ifcmUly rejected to 34 Tbe bill for an Iowa exhibit at tha Worlds fair was passed The house passed soveral bills and then two reports on representative districts were submitted both fixing the basis at 18 600 population aud the number ot members at 100 from 90 districts difference is iu the constitution of the districts Eighteen appropriation bills were then passed1 aggre gating SS5S525 for state institutions RoEuati Catholic Doctrine in Onttario KINGSTON Ont April Ieaiy has issued a circular letter to tha clergy in his diocese charging the pi iests to call upon every rate payer vrho rately chooses to sick with the enemy for tb 3 grad ual destruction of Boman Catholic edaca ion in this province nnd announce to o bJm n the name and nutlicrity of tha I ishop hat his action is rebellion again 5t the church and that the recalcitrant Trtll be de nied absolution until he declares his peni in writiag and becomes obedii nt to the church the rioteis wounding many of them some seriously The 31ob Raises Barricades Later a mob 000 invadad the Carlist lub roons set fire to the furniture and eu Jeavored to obstruct the work of the lire nen Tha crowd then smashed and burned 1 A standing in ths court yard An athemob atteriptel to burn a church The troops pravantod them from Bring the 1 building but were unable to disperse tho crowd which constantly increased in iium jlwrs Finally the oiob barricades in iln streets aud M jus behind tiiini The military an aava taken of the city and the ciiols garrison is uudor arms Thff Cmlists Their Ciins The members of the Carlist club fired re volvers into the crowd and se veroly wounded three of tbe rioters The mob made an at tempt to sack the Jesuits college but were prevented by tho military Order was re stored shortly after midnight The troops occupy all the points likely to bo attacked by the rioters At midnight the riistirhiinv continued and the troops and WMV overtaxed ill their efforts to preveu Jsbed and the wear tear on allsi Pcariine v drudgery less pore comfort moreecon irt savingof i il lindciiroctionsonbackof pack age for easy washing U cost you r e cents to try it Eve groceries else gives satisfaction to the ions of woincn who i and have P KARL IN I in roly on their brains their baci not andhesidcsnrjdanpcrous 1 THE CHICAGO POISONER ring of brickwork which encircles tha chim which is diipp 1 off ill two places oy the lighlnin Now eamo the beginning of the most difficult woik Jugeuious Hollotv drills male of cas3hardened pipe with serrated ends were sent up to him and he began drilling oneinch holes ill the masonry Iu the53 UG lle drovo pieces innc1 each these pipu bolls was a tapering plug and on the outer tuil a nut through which a rod passed lo thotsparing plug This rod ter minated in a ring to wljich the ladders were lashed Aiter the pipe bolts were put in place in thd brickwoi1 a few timvs of the nut the inner end of the pipe and made it secma in the masonry Phillips put one of thpsa bolts the wall of the engine room ihs other day ani fwelve men on a ropo could not pull it out JReady tar tlir fast Ladder It as a jub allixing the lower pair of thes2 ainl Phliips did not get his tvrentyfourii ladder up uiitil oclock at whih time srorm blew up mid he de sceoilil uatil it was over when he reasceud ed and resumed Jiiii vorfc Tho ladder whicli he was attaching did not lean outward much for he had concluded not to try tho ascent of the bell vith a single ladder It ran nearly 1mlf way up the flaring brick work and stood slanting outward but near iy perpendicular At oclock ho pro noujpcul it secure and scut for tho lweuty livefoot ludder which wns to bo the last wooden one used At 5 oclock be had this in place was suspended from it by his and waisl belt nhilo ho was putting in the middle At 0 oclock he was More Goods Our Counters Marked and Placed Upon All at Wet Goods Prices on are and each he Generally Is a in the Case WORCESTER Mass April the flight of Teller Kimball the E eo jlei Savings bank rascal the general iicpress ion strengthened by considerable evidence is that is a woman in the aise SJ ball left here at 0 p m April 2 and went to Boston where he was joiasd bj a All track of the pSLir is lost b this point State Detective Hoyli r arrived from JfeTv York Wednesday He is confident that Kimball did not take passage from that city either by steam er or sailing vessel Conductors and n Strike ST Louis April freight con ductors and brakemen on the fft Louis divi sion of che Mobile and Ohio have struck for overtime and stiocSord wages Six trains are reported laitS up at Sp and others scattered along tha road En gineers and firemen receive extra pay for overtime and the conductors ana braki imeii want to be brought in libs with them Randall Resting Quieter WASHCJGTGX Crnr lor block this morning Congressman Bandall resting quietly He was effimtortabli i an his physician says that there is n o danf er of his immediate death Dr Ufalltii vre to nrr Randalls boose where he emmin id for tha night for any emergency tii clinging like a caterpillar to a twig aud utting ou the lashings ivhiolj secured the the last pair of spikes The Job Nearly Completed Tho iron ladder with which he is to sur mount the iron cap stood against tbe wall of the Its sides are made of iron o and a ualf inches wide and the rungs iode of haltinch gaspipo It is sis feet ht inches lonj It weighs forty would lie flat against tha cap pounds aL Qf nood which phillip3 4 Ti side Putting on this mil tash to the few minutes w r will be almost com aud then Phillips i phuu pleted After gettmb j dd made ln sitempt to put P J but he compelled to dt IQ tua high wicd and theapprou ar SilHaidist Daly Twico B CH3CAOO April played tho billiard tournament yesterday oscgiving his opponent 50 points and defeated in both grimes The first wu Catton who after playing poor illirtrds for nearly the whole game sudden braced up and captured it with 230 points o Dalys 256 The latter had but three to o to win iu the next game Heiser Then Heiser also took a stare ran 5J and 297 Heiser 550 Slos on then played Ives giving him 225 ppint3 and Ives best the Student running his 275 oints while Slosson only had 44S Jeunie alcGterveys Fate CHICAGO April McGarrey whose mysterious death was the sensation in his city a few weak ago bus been discov red to have been a conswter with negroes nd aenerally bad It also been found hatshe was probably murdered during a iiiarrel with anegro Blice with whom he went to his room ou street near vhere her body wis found He struck her in tho head with a billiard and then get ing frightened led her to tho street hoping that sbo Trould recover Shis did not and le left her in tha roadway and ran off Tlie Carpenters Strike at Chicago CHICAGO April The master carpen ters of this city met yesberdry and replied to the demands of tha strikers They say they will not give uniform wages to all classes of workmen and thitt as the union does not incluufe a majority of the work men nor of the best hands but is composed of labor agitators principally toey will not recognize it Charges are ail o made that intimidation is largely at b ottom of the strike The strikers deny this Rained Fotato Bagrs PATERSOS N J Apnl 111During the heavy etertrioal hailstorm here Wednesday City Surveyor Ferguson reports that a large mass of ashes and potato fell from the clouds on tha roof of the extensaoa to the city halL Tina city surveyor after the storm picked up a number of the bugs Kimuu Starr Saya Slic Was Only Experi menting on tlie XevvlumU CIIIOABO April Starr or Starkc who poisoned the Ifsivlaud fixniily some days ago has She bail had been a vayward girl and given her father iu Fort Wayne Ind a great deal ot trouMt but declared that she dkl not iu tcud to kill any of the Xewlands Tired of lite heivwf she bought the rough on raU to snicido with but thought it a good idea to try it first on some one els So she put a small jmutity in the food at Mr Newlands in order to see how much it would take to Uill Sh ate some oC thpfood herself but it inilher slightly sick Afler the Nawhind tooc nick sh forgot all her to dio and ran away She Ojiad the The girl ran Inr thruuih her bleached linir and told tha thather uusband in Fort Wiiyfie had desortod her She was nuirriol when but 14 years old How she took to the variety stage and from thence to tlie bad was all de tuilod in full She ivas not seeking she to notoriety but was merely tired oif lie Aiter tha otlicial all she oould the girl felt of her throat Oh iir Marsh she said will they put i cruel rope about my neck anl lead me like lamb to my tite I do dread that It seems as il they could kill me in a better ivay I dont suppose anybody will blieva me when t say I did not mean to kill any of the Newland family Now what tire rou going to do with me Emma rii informed that shj would re main in the until tha day of thinquest Meeting of Base Hall CHICAGO April Illinois md Iowa Base Ball loagus held a meeting at tha Pa cific hotel yesterday to complete its organ ization and perfect its plan Cor a spirited season of ball gnmaa Tho following cities are represented by delegates Oltumiva Cedar Rapids and Dubuqus la Aurora Joliet Chtavia Sterlin and Monmouth Ills There are to be no Sunday games in this league ganger Steele of Joliet was selected as president A schedule was adopt pd and arrangement made for division of receipts etc THE MARKETS DEWENTER The Hatter A K SHBOYEH en AS M CROSS Formerly with ychnull Co luduuui CIGARS CIGAR JOBBERS SI West Maryland Street IniUanapoUi Imported Key West and Domestic Cigars Fine Goods a Specialty State Agents for FUMAS THE GRAND and other Fine Goods The above Firm will bo represented by Fred li kemau hi this vicinity TI LOGANSPeRT BREM CO CHICAGO April 10 Quotations on the board of trade today were as follows No 2 May opened Si3c closeil S2J4c June openel closed July opened Go closed Xo opened olJic closed 31Ac June HaS Put on the Market Their Purest of Product of the Finost and BOCK BEER Made Exclusively from Pure Malt and Hops open SIX loed il6c July oiiened No May opened cioscd June opened cloeud Sic Jul oiviiel iJic closed S3c Pork May tiponccl closed S1090 fluWi closed SllCU July June opened opened Soli Everywhere in the City SlUHi closed SllHI Live The stcck yards report the fol of prices opened fairly iirIiviinu rnlher weak with prioea iiuiit sriides rough mixed heavy and shipping lots 4oO riteady beeves sS25Tii90 ex tra fiiUiiDJJ sturkcrs nud feeders J2509 tM rows auil mixed bulk SEiO csrnfcd grassers SCi1 lower muttons Iambs SOWS690 Elgin iT313 daries finest fresh resri packing stock He per doz Dressed ier lb dacks 12314c Apples Fair to hoLcs per bbl Sew Torh VOHK AprU 10 red Winter do May STbC do July 8Dc do August 87ic CornKo mixed cash do ilav do July OatsNo do April do June BartevNominol PorkDull mess S 1223 for new 1ardQuiet May V5v 8664 August Livestock trading dressed beef ftrmsides Sheep and Lai Market arm sheep SS25SliM ICO ffis ag lambs S4 OOffift50 OUR4 StHclily f Five Drives In lings spring Made 1 Hue Hours a BOSTOS April house has adopted without divii ion a liill m nine h oura legal days to state and municipal em ployment c Weather AVe Ittay Expect tag are the eatheir indications for hcnrs from S p mTJSterday For weather loflowed ty 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