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   Logansport Pharos (Newspaper) - April 19, 1890, Logansport, Indiana                                LOGANSPOBT DAILY 15TH YEAE SATURDAY EVENING APitIL 19 NO 304 JOHN BRAySTEIEDTOTIEUBDP Corner An Attempt to Wing the ican Eagle LATIN AMilSIOAN SCHEME BAFrLED Nottingham Lacos Etamine I Plain and Colored Scrims Fancy Draperies Etc Also a fuil line of Window ShadesPin and Dado Poles and Trimmings Department Upstairs OPERA HOCT3E WM DOLAN MANAGER ONE NIOI1T ONLY TUESDAY APRIL 22d HOYTS Greatest Couiody Success A HOLE IN THE GROUND Produced with Orliflnul ami New Music Pretty Girls Special Scenery Elegant Wardrobes Soaloof Balcony Ac Piirijuo Olrclo Vc Seats on aule at kciallng s Will Cure Your Headache S OEINTS S AT 12thSt Drue Store B A KBCKOEH STRAIN Kroiger d Strain UNDERTPERS Calls Promptly Attended to Day or Night No 103 No03 FURNITURE PRICES THE LOWEST Our None but the Best Workmanship Allowed to Leare our Salesroom J ff HendersoD POINT 11e ht niv rrd i torever uppc are tcrvver uppcsvd There cin be no ncuuals in tins war But THI DAILY NEWS is temperate in temperance h isnt i prohibition not sure prohibition is the nest way of treating the it believes in prohibiting Uie sa loon keeper trom ruling aiut ruining in American society H yfiu would read and have vour lamily read a places die interests of the home signer tlum those of the saloon read THS CHICAGO DAiut NEWS a circulation U 220000 a million it costs by mail 25 is a month four months ctnt a Kailicul Arbitration Cause n Hitch Which If Finally Overcome by Congress WannruaUoi in mi EightHorn Measure Wrights Kcport on Ruilwny BUI to Govern Post otflcc Notes WASHtNOTov CITY April is the taport here that a good deal of opposition has been developsd in the PanAmerican con gress to the adoption the supplementary report of the committee ou general which declares First that the principle conquest shall never hereafter be racognizad u admissible under American law second that all cessions of territory made subse quent to the present declarations shall be ab solutely void it made under throat of war ior tho presence ot an armed force third any nation from which such cessions shall have baon exacted may always demand that tho question of the validity of the ces iions so made ahull bo submitted to arbitra tion fourti any renunciation of tho right to have recourao to arbitration shall ba null and void whatever tho time circumstances and conditions under which such renuncia tion shall have been made The representatives of tlio United States will never consent it is said to so sweeping tt doctrine for they think it would be un rviso for so powerful a government to tie it self up so completely Tho mmoulty Was BriiVged There was truth In tho above report ai wan proved by tho proceedings of the eon grtsi yesterday The supplemental repor noted above was the subject of discussion with tho general subject of arbitration th report on which was Riven in these des patihos recently Tho United States repre sontativea vigorously opposed the supple montary report and it was necessary to take a before a compromise could b effected Ululnu Tiikofi tlio Flom1 When the couferenci reassembled ofte rccosH Secretary Blaino in opening the aft rnoon session said Mr President I ery happy to announce that any vital dii erenco upon any question connected wit to scheme of urbil ration which two hours go might have been feared is 1 hope en Iroly removed and the resolutions of the onorable gentleman Mr Quintana nave been simply changed from being in perpetu fcy to rim at even dates with tho treaty of rbitration 80 they stand and fall to They are born together and if they ie they will die together but we shall hope joth their lives will be perpetual Ap ilauso shall read the first and as I read tach one the gen leman opposite mo Mr tho distinguished gentleman from Guatemala will read tho Spanish text The Compromise Resolutions Mr Blaino then read the resolutions as iltorod during the recess as follows the principle of conquest shall not during the continuance of the treaty of bitration be recognized as admissible under American public law all cessions of territory natle during tbo continuance of tho treaty of arbitration snail bo void if mode under threats of war or tho presence of an armed orce nation from which such ces sions shall be exacted may demand that the validity of tho C3sslons made shall bo sub mitted to arbitration renunciation of the right to arbitration made under the conditions named in the second section shall bo null and void Adopted as Amended Mr Elaine theu said If I may now make a short cut parliamentarily I shall with the concurrence of my tioaorablo and high ly valued friend on the right Mr Quintana move that those be accepted as a substitute for the first second third and fourth reso lutions of tho original text I shall move I hops with the entire una nimity of tire whole these written clauses bo substituted for those orig inally reported Irani tho committee Tbe resolutions wore then adopted As to International Law Tha report of the committee on interna tional law was adopted with dissenting rotes from two United States and Nicaragua Theso resolutions as adopted declare that foreigners are en titled to onjoy all the civil rights enjoyec by natives and they sbnll bo accorded aK tha benefits of said rights in all that is es as well as in tbo form or procedure and tho legal remedies incident thereto ab solutely in like man ner us said natives A nation has not nor recognises iu favor o foreigners any other obligations or rospon sibllitles than those which iu favor of thi natives are established in like cases by th constitution and the laws Tho congress adjourned sine die today and will start on its southern excursion to eight EIGHT HOURS POSTOFFICE Wannmahor Snjs It Will Be Drawback OTONCrnr April 19 General Wananiaker in a letter to the hous postofBco committee about Ketohams bill for postoffice clerks says bo has consulted with a number of the most practical and successful postmasters upon the subject and the opinion among them is unanimous that it is impracticable to adjust the duties of the clerks so as to give each one eight hours of cousecutive labor with out a great waste of money Should the committee determine to recommend this measure it seoms proper the postmaster general suggests that somo provision should made to credit the government in all cases where clerks and employes for any reason perform less than eight hours labor in any one day oad employes in great Britain and the Jnited States as are amenable to compari m and a large quantity of information as o the way railway employes hi this coun ry are treated rules and regulations under vhieh they work efforts for their educa ion and institutions for their benefit The eport also contains a discussion of the lia ility of employers for damages to am iloyes giving tsie laws of the various states overning this subject and so tar as they ab ogate the common law rules which is hat an employe iujureJ through the negli gence of a fellowemploye cannot recover roin the commou employer The Blot on the Escutcheon of Kentucky HABLAN COTTNTTS BLOODY FEUD System in BuiMing Postoffices iSHiisOTOv CITY April house committee on postocffies and postroads has lUthorized a favorably report on the bill in troduced in the house by Blount to provide for postoffice The bill provides hat there shall be in trie postoffice depart ment a force oE architects and draughtsmen o prepare under tbo postmaster gsnerals instructions designs for postoffice buildings which before being adopted shall bo ap proved Tbe postmaster general is directed to construct a postoffice building at any plnco at which the gross receipts of the post office for two years or more preceding shall have exceeded in each year The cost of such buildings shtill be proportionate to tho receipts at the various points Tho CorresponiLeiJtH aiacle It Pay WASHINGTON CITY April senate was in secret session yesterday afternoon for four hours discussing the report of tho committee which has been investigating tho disclosure of rxcoutivo proceedings of the senate After thoroughly reviewing the voluminous testimony in the ease and the exhaustive report of tlo cornnuttea the senate refused by a vote of S3 to ih to adop the resolution of the committee to bring the recalcitrant correspondents before tbe bar of the senate The witnesses were dis charged and vviH now drasv each in witness feus Leaves for Postofllco WASHIXOTOX CITY April bill introduced in the house some time ago pro viding for fifteen days leave oC absence ail nually for clerks and employes attached to the first second and third class postofficss after a service of one year was recently re ferred to tho postmaster general for uis opinion He favors tho bill except as to third class employes The bill will cost 8194537 per annum A Presidential Appointee Affirmed WASHINGTOX CITV April senate ms confirmed tbe nomination of Stephen A arine of Vinton In to bo pension agent t Des Moines la I A DUSTERS ARE THE BEST 100 styles prices to suit alL STM AVRES Soss FHILADKUHIA Sold bv rtealera DLECWESIS NERVF AND BRAIN TREATMENT Specific tor folneS Mental EepnMion Softening of the Brain to iwdlns to miMir and 5matare OW AK Burwrnwa ot fowsr oUuuuy wd Spormato of tie brato or L box or six for wa ordw for tii OTannttM to refund BicuejIf tnatmrat fareTa waraoUK Uaned nld JB F lofwaport Refused to Discuss the Worlds Fair WASHINGTONCmr April in troduced in tbo senate yesterday a bill for she admission of Mexico stating that ie did so by request and without commit ting himself for or against A conflict then took place as to what business should be taken up and an attempt to consider the Worlds fair bill was defeated Blackburn of Kentucky saying thare would ba a good deal of opposition to the bill The senate went into secret session on thi leakage question and upon reopsning the doors p ssed a few public building bills for eastern states and then adjourned In tbe house Enloe complained of charges against him in Tha New York Press with reference to a southern claims bill intro duced by him and said these charges were talae and then the house went into committee on the private calendar spend ing tho time on the court of claims biU which was recommitted for two weeks A rtecessto S p m WLS then at which tune a number of priralie pension bills were taken up and passed Information for the Ljibor Inir attigat TTASHnfOTOW Cnr April fifth annual report of Hon Carroll D Wright United States commlssionsr of labor on rail road and labor statistics was sent to con CORNELLS MOTHERS ANGUISH he Man Whom Grinnell Sliot Hangs on to Wifes Letters DUBCQUE la April report that eached this city Thursday night that George Cornell the victim of Grinnells revolver at licGregor was dead was premature Cor ell is still alive but unconscious and his eath is hourly expected His mother and ather are at his bedside When the mother eached McGregor she way so overcome that t was necessary to cany her into tho hotel where her son was dying All day she tood over tho young man tearfully await ng some sign of recogniton Occasionally tornoll would attempt to lift las right hand o the wound The auguish of the old mother is heartrending Suo almost con tantly moans Poor George He was uch a good boy Both Had Gone Armed Both Cornell and Grinnell have been irmed for some time anticipating a rneot ng When Cornell reached McGregor on ihe fateful night he sent his fireman into the lotel ahead of him to see if Grinnell was in waiting The firemeu not recognizing rinnoll announced that the coast was clear Cornell entered and in bravado asked Is that little Grinnell here I un darstand he is laying forme1 A moment later the bullet from Grinuells revolver en his brain Grinnell is a small and Feeble man and woiud have been no match for Cornell who is large and powerfully built It was this disparity in their strength that made Cornell so bold in act and lan jjuago and drove Grimiell to desperation Tlo Woman in the Case Mrs Grinnell is reported to have said that some three months ago Cornell informed her husband ho lovel her and must have her and that if ho and Grinuell could not agree oue of thorn must die Cornells father has iu his possession a number of let ters couched in the most affectionate terms which Mrs Grinuell wrote to Cornell These letters were found in Cornells pockets after the shooting Griauell has persistent ly refused to have any communication with his wife or ask her to see him He Is on Uie Bridge So Longer WASHINOTON CITY April Windom has directed that the caso of the Chinaman who is on the bridge at Niagara Falls N Y and who is not allowed to re turn to this country nor to enter Canada be called to the attention of the United States district attorney for such action as he may think proper NIAOABA FALLS N Y April Chinaman who was hemmed in on tha sus pension bridge Thursday morning was ad mitted to Canada late Thursday night and immediately left for parts unknown Eggs in That Iowa MaresTest DES MOIKES la April trouble vith the Iowa railway law amendment hich was passed by the late legislature is hat tho printer dropped a whole line con ainiug the meat of the amendment which jrovided that the fact that tha commission rs had fixed joint rates should be prima acieevidence that they were reasonable The state will now be compelled to prora hat they are Escape of Imprinomed Strikers April strike has ex tended to all industrial centers in eastern ftesia Sixty rioters arrested at Witt teowitz Thursday night made an attack upon two of the sentries guarding themdnr ng the night and twenty of them escaped Tho sentries were seriously wounded but were able to prevent a wholesale escape Captain and Three Men Drowned QUEBEC April dispatch recisired from Cape Ray by the signal service bureaa says the schooner Annie May was lost on Wednesday at Codroy and that the captain md three of the crew lost Labor Daylis England LosfBOS April National Federa tion of Labor onions has issued a manifesto urging all workiugmsu throughout the king dom to abstain from work on May 1 Tried to Barn Out tie Jews VIBXXA April disastrous flre cnrred at SeuSandec yesterday by which ISO houses were destroyed The flre orig inated in tha Jewish quarter and is believed to bare been started maliciously Violent Strikers at VOHTSJL April striiersat Prague have become intensely Tiolen t and oavs hail frequent collisions with lfc police 3Iany sf the rioters have been Andncious Attack ou State Tue reflers of Law Wound SU of tlia Mili tia The Fortress of tne Assailants Sur Story of tUa Little Difficul ty Between tho Howards and Turner A Tale of Murder Foul PISEVILLE Ky April Blood is flow ing once more ia Harlan county This time it is not an ambushed flghc between the na tive factions that has made the mane of Harlan synonymous witk outlawry but a pitched battle between armed and drilled soldiers on the one side and a band of des perate men under tho leadership of Wilg Howard on whose head a price is sat ou the other The mrws reached hero only yes terday morning but tho fiiht occurred be fore daylight Wednesday morning Har Inn Court Houso from which point the news comes is nearly fitty miles away from here and the means ot commuuicatioa are nothing more than a semiweekly mail or a chanca visit of one of tha residents of that place The details of the fight are not known therefore the only news reaching here be ing that tlio troops were fired upon from a baru and six men wounded that tho militia theu surrounded the bjru and flroJ volley after volley into it and are now holding their ground ani awaiting reinforcements Locality anil Cnuse of tile Fight The place where the battle occurred is Bind Mountain ridge which is just east of Harlot Court House Tiie region has been in a state of terror months on account of tho HowardTurner feud and troops were asked for to protect tbi session of ccurt There were rumors of an attack on fhu troops last week by the partisans of Will Jennings on trial for murder but on Saturday Jennings wasi acquitted audit was believed danger from that source was over The troop i sent there to arrest a number of members of the Ianless gang which Has terrorized the county for sucb r long time and who wero said to be defying arrest by the civil oflicials The HowardTurner Feud The HowardTurner tcud ivhicli has madi tho name of Harlan a synonym for blood shod dates back to February 1SS2 when Bob Turner aged IS years ivas shot t death by Wilkerson Howard an uuclo o AVils Howard Sinco the killing of younj Turner tho vendetta has grown until almos every family iu the county is arrayed on ou side or tha other In fact it is stated tha no man ij allowed to ttike up residence i Harlan without first declaring hi and showing that be can handle a Winchester Those familiar with affairs say that not less than fifty people have been killed as a result of the feud many of them bains assassina tions from mountain fastnesses tho body rolling into a gulch to form food for the buzzard The Story of fi Turner George Turner whoi5Q three sous have fallen by bullets from ambuslied men with Winchesters some time ago wrote agrnphlc account oC the feud He stated that after his son Bob was killed Wilkerson Howard came to town and surrendered Tho trial was a farce and Wilkerson Howard was al lowed to go free Will Turner after How ards acquittal went to bis house while in and attempted to shoot him Next day the Howards assembled their clans fif teen or twenty men in jll and a con stable attempted to arrest young Turner Ho escaped and left tho state In July 18b5 he returned and the next day he was shot by some one ambushed behind a court house window No ono was arrested Killed Willie Wmliing His Face In July 18SO Alexander Bailey was shot to death while washiing nis face in George Turners yard and Tlils Howard was seeij making his wny across the road immediately after with a Winchester over his shoulder Aies Baileys murder occurred on Sunday Two days later Wils Howard and Will Jen nings went to tho house Judge James H Middleton and shot John Bailey a brother of Alexander Howard and Jennings fled but Judge Middloton raised a posse and pur sued them Howard and Jennings theu went to Missouri where they remained un til April 18S9 when they came into Harlan Conrt House Why No Howard Has Been Killed George Turner concluded his narrative as follows No Howard has ever been killed Why Does any ono say the Turners are cowards No No Turner has ever been confronted by his enemy in fair fight None of them who have died have seen their enemys face As tho father of niy three murdered boys I feel more comfort in con templating them in their bloody but honor able graves than had they lived through the instrumentality of ambushing and as sassinating their fallowmen No Turner died with a charge or indictment against him and no widows or orphans woes are charged to their account Their only of fensa consists in a love of honor that their adversaries could not appreciate and brav ery their foes were afraid to face The Kcnewal of Hostilities After Wils Howards return in April a year ago there was a renewal of hostilities Two or three men were assassinated from ambush and a general feeling of tsrror pre vailed Finally when Judge Lewis was about to bold a term of court in September be called en the governor for troops and a company of the state guard was sent up to protect the court All was quiet until after the soldiers left when at the head of a band of forty men outlaws like himself Wils Howard rode into town took possession and did as he pleased But one man was killed and this was John Cawood a relative of j Judge Lewis and a sympathizer with tha Turners The Judge Heads an Asaiult This last killing was the straw that broke the camels back Judge Lewis at the bead of a posse of fifty men all armed with Win chesters started out to exterminate Howard and his band They made an assault on tha Howard forces who were in camp at E M Howards house one mile from the town The engagement was short sharp and ter rific and not one of the attacking parry was hurt but one of Howards side Millard Dean was instantly killed and sue others were wounded some of them fatally Some davs after this tha two bands came together ona mountain side and Howard having the best position routed the LewisTurner faction killing Frank Cawooi and another man THE STRIKERS AT CHICAGO Mectimg of Workmen and Netr Ahead April conference butwean he conference committee of the new Carpenters association and the arbitration Committee of the striking carpenters ycster ay lasted more than an hour The discus ion during the meeting turned solely on he financial responsibility and employing capacity of the new bosses organization iatters committee figured up their trength at 210 contractors employing on a daily average 3000 journeymen Tue aicn The strikers committee asked that they xs furnished the names and addresses of the members of the new employers association bat they might inquire into their standing This was agreed to by the comoiitte and today was spent by the arbitration committee in investigating these contract ors and their claim or being able to give em ployment to 3000 men This evening ail other conference trill bo hold and some ar rangenjent probably made far a partial ro iuuiption of work Opposition to tlie Scheme A large miniber of tho strikersleaders bowever are opposed to nny work being er mitted till the whole strike shall be defln lely settled The members at thi old car ent3ra ion irj viomg nothing They y they are just ivaitiug for things to ad just themselves as they will after a while More Goods Our Counters Marked and Placed Upon All at Wet Goods Prices DEWENTER The Hatter BURNED WITH HER BABES A Michigan Woman ami Her Two Little Girla Cremated KALAMAZOO Mich April house of Z E Tell at Berlamout Van Buren county was burned at 10 oclock yesterday Tho lire was first seen by E J Post who burst in the door and Mrs Tells on the floor holding IHItwo chilJren He called ta luir to come out Uut sho refused The flumes were so fierce that Post could not en ter the hoiifo to rescue thorn on all wore burned Mr Tolls was present aul there is a suspicion of foul play though some people think that Mrs Tells set lire to the houso to kill herself and her children The children were both girls aged 4 years and IB months respectively Base Hull CHICAGO April base ball record yesterday was as follows American asso ciation At 12 Rochester 9 At 3 Columbus 4 At 41 Brooklyn 23 At Louis 11 Louisville S Western association At Des MoiuesO St Paul 4 at neapolis 11 Milwaukee 1 at ver 10 Omaha 8 at Kansas City 7 City 8 Is It Mattie Bueons IJoilyV CHICAGO April A body which is believed to be that of Slattio Bacon was found Wednesday ou the shore of the lake opposite Clark Station Ind twentysis miles south from Chicago Friends of the girl have gone to see if they can identify it The Mississippi Still lUsing ROUGE La April river is inches higher than ever before known here and still rising Front street is flooded The Ieve33 cunnot stand much noro of a lisa Stoves Rani And Furnaces Rought Steel Cream Freezers Tinware Mantels Grates We have about 5O of the above Oasoline Stoves that we will sol at the greatly reduced price of formerly sold at Dont forget the number 4O8 Market street opposite Golden Rule for Just Too Late for the Show SAN FBANCISCO April Kulakua has appoin Minister Carter at WusbiDg ton City the Hawaaiau delegate to tho Pan American conference TUo Weathtjr We May Kxpect WjtsmxoTOX Cm April follow ing arc the weather indications for thirtysix hours from S 1 For Fair wanner weather northerly winds shifty ing to easterly warmr Sunday For and decidedly warmer weather easterly winds For Illinois and IowaFair warmer weather southeasterly wind EDELWE1S Equal to any Imported Beer Made Delight ful Beautiful Try THE MARKETS Edelweis Beer made from the Best Im ported Hops and the Finest Select Hop Malt to be had Warranted Pure and Old On Draught in all Places ToDay CHICAGO April 18 Quotations on the board of trade today were as follows May opened 88c closed openei S84c closed 88J4c July opened fuVic closed Corn Hay opened closed 326c June opened and closed July opened and closed fMf OatsNo Z May opened 8lc closed June opened aiid closed Only opened and closed SaAc opened closed June opened S1340 closed July opcaed S1310 closed Sli 15 opened and closed SijSO Live stockThe stock yards report the fol lowing ranse of prices opened act ve with prices steady and unchanged light grades 410ii435 rough packing S413 mixed lots heavy packing and shipping lots S453440 to strong besves J340S500 some fancy cows and mixed 30 stackers and feeders i40 StU cornfed Tcx aus J3OOatS5 lower muttons S450ii580 cornfed westerns S500SS99 Texas sheep gtl583aO Produce Elgin per Hi line creameries daries finest fresh UglTc fresh packing stock Strictly fresh lie per doz Dressed poultry Chickens Ib turkeys 10313c young hens lofljlSKc ducka Appiea Fair to choice per bbl New Tork KETC YORK April 18 2 red winter 3Iay do Jane 93Mc do July 91Hc August BSlfc 2 mixed 42o cash do May do June do July 40J4c No S mixed 31Wc cash do May do June 2994c mess for new Lard May July August Live Stock a shade higher steers per 100 IDS bulls and dry cows SLT53275 Sheep and firm unshorn sheep 10 Ibs unshorn yearlings ST3Q3300 clipped sheep clipped yearlings lambs S9OASn00 Hogs nominally steady liTehogs per Ibs A It SHROYEH Losansport CHAS M CROSS Formerly with Sctmuli Co IndlanapolU CIGARS CIGAR JOBBERS ai West Maryland Street mdlanapolit Imported Key West and Domestic Cigars Fine Goods a Specialty State Agents for FUMAS THE GRAND and other Fine Goods The above Firm will be represented by Fred Dj keman In this vicinity Five Drives In A Murderous little Tex April W Stewart was shot dead yesterday by the 11 yearold son of B K Sweet a saloonkeeper Stewart had quarreled with the elder Swest and got the worst of it As he was leaving the saloon te son seiisd a pistol and shot him in the back The boy is under arrest Tlilet TACOKA Wash April reward for J Monroe Shellsnbarger tbe lawyer j who absconded from Doylestown Pa tap J days ago and was seen hare has been raised to 810000 according to a telegram received i here SbeUenbarger is on Puget Sound and i numerous detecthres are now looking for j aim GOODS FITZGERALD S FOLEY 228 Market St Telephone No 105 CREAM mm excellence proven in mlllloni at anmort BaHnc Powder daw not K B WHITSBTT Dealer in tae Popular Donestic Sewing Machine The constantly increasins demand for the Domestic proves its excellence and our many satisfied customers will tell you that the Domestic is the machine to buy s R B WHITSETT Propr OFFICE 629 Broaday   

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