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   Logansport Pharos (Newspaper) - April 22, 1890, Logansport, Indiana                                DAILY PHAROS 15TH YEAH TUESDAY EVENING APJtIL 1890 JOHM BRAYS Gonier Nottingham Laces Etarnine Plain and Colored Scrims Fancy Draperies Etc Also a full line ShadesPlin and and Trimmings of Window Dado Poles Department Upstairs V HlSKMEXTM OPERA HOUdK WM DOtAN ttAVAOtn OXE Via FIT ONLY TUESDAY APRIL 22d H YTS UijattHt iiiuiy A HOLE JN THE GROUND Proilncjil wltli tli Original Ooinimuy utul New Music Prolty Girls Special Scenery Elegant Wardrobes VJiNDi rlVEVEST Hasnt Forgo an That Dressed Beef Business CHICAGO GETS A REGULAR Ilul She Also the Worlilg Tlib mil Slightly Amended Passen the End of the Pau Amerlciiii Southern Illnlnu Making Reciprocal Silver Wroth at City Notes WASHISOTONCrrv April fea ture of the debate in the senate yesterday on the Worlds fair bill was the speech of Senator Vest in opposition to any bill or any worlds fair He did not believe the paople wanted the proposed they didnt have time to bother with it He then turned hi attention to Chicago It had been of him iu a Chicago news paper that ha had declared that in a contest j Con he Cherokee outlet but provides that I A XT T71T TIT T T DT7rnTH I when the Indian title shall be extinguished HiJJU LlGiLt X aid outlet shall become part of the terri I X5ry After a short debate the report was idopted The bill to appropriate a provide vaults for the public money was massed The bill to pension prisoners of var tbun came up and Tarsnay who is an siprisoner of AndersonviUe opposed it on the ground that it made no discrimination betweea good soldiers and shirks Hopkins of Illinois Cutcheon and ethers defended the bill but on a motion to suspend the rules and pass it the vote 143 nays the necessary twothirds The house then adjourned WHAT WAS I BEGUN FOR To Bo So Soon Done of That PanAmerican Southern Tonr WASRISOTOSCm April secre tary of state yesterday telegraphed Capt Burko in charge of tho special train that was carrying the PanAmericans on their southern tour to return from Richmond This was done by Secretary Elaine because io few of tha delegates desired to make tha excursion Thirteen of the foreign dele Fiendish and Unnatural duct of a Father HE MARLY BEATS A BOY TO DMTE and Dr Zegarra of here with the party The othera sent letters of regret reasons far e vcere giving various important business some were called to i sent back to a cell and looted up 1 New York by telegraph others hau decided to sail ut once for their homes and the res t wore ill or too tired to make the journey Would Cost More Than It Cniae To As the trip would have cost it was rlcuj Mrir on sale it Kf folleiiie ow 1 Will Cure YHIIi Iwaiiache Q 12thSt DruaStore between hades and Chicago for the fair ha j gat63 aioepted the invitation hut only two would support hades As Chicago newsj of Colombia papers nover lied it was unnecessary for him to say in a mild and not too emphatic way that he made no such statement What did say was that in a popular elec tion the people of Missouri for the location of tlie fair it would be a vary close poll between liadeii and Chicago As be tween these two localities in such a contest he would be strictly neutral A Few Very tldioui Comparisons Tho population of Chicago was active energetic aggressive not troubled by those moral ami conscientious considerations which a late interview had characterized as irridescent dreams Ho had boon told that tho population of hades was composed of similar material Chicago brides was fuli of trusts monopolies and combines and the latest authentic information from hades was that they wero forming there a trust on sulphur iu order to bear the market Tho water supply of Chicago ho said was de fective and in support of this statement referred to an article in Tho Chicago Herald stating that instead a magnificent lako lupply of pure water tho only supply came from fllthy and fetid creeks recking with the debris and corruption of stockyards Ho took it that Um same paper which had Tie Climax of a Ufe et Domestic Dev iltry Gets the Old Reprobate Behind the Story of Cruelty Almost Furlona Resistance of the Officer who Stopped His Atrocious Assault on His Little SOD CHICAGO April old man trem bling and shivering from the effects of a rs cent debauch tottered into the dock oL the North Side police court yesterday morning at the sound of his name as the clerk called Call His eyes were inflamed his hair raotted his face dirty and his clothes unkempt A more pitiable looking object would be hard to flud The proceed ings against him were very brief A stal wart officer simply related that the prisoner had outrageously abused his little bov who was at the county hospital under treatment for his injuries 7 he case was continued for five days and the old man was placed under bonds of bOO in default of which hs A Veteran In Wickedness There was nothing in his appearance that would indicate his character He was too much prostrated by his own excesses This thought that outlay was hardYy justifiable I abu33 of the boy who is at the for only two tourists Many southern cities countJ hospital suffering from a score of had made preparations to receive the tour ists and there will probably be a Fine row cuts and bruises is the basis of a story of brutality that extends over nearly a quarter over the The secretary says ho sinof a century Dall and the boy whoso name rarely regrets the disappointment bub feels is Willie lived at V19 Market street Dall that tho southern people will appreciate the has a wife a grown daughter who is a circumstances The foreign delegates have member of the Bluebeard company and a 11 A KlitKHKIt rtODNRY STItAIN Krffiger UNDERTPER2 Calls Promptly Attended Day or Night to No ins No68 FURNITURE PRICES THE LOWEST Our Designs None but the Best Workmanship Allowed to Lenve our Salesroom stated his position as between hades ant Chicago had also told tho truth about the water supply An Ucho of llio Dressed IJeef Inquiry In no place iu the country wore the ex tremes of national life so thoroughly devel oped as in Chicago There the palace of the millionaire stood sido by side with the hovol of tho Anarchist there could be found tho rushing roaring liCo of legitimate business and all tha uusoen but deadly methods which had come upon our overgrown young civill zatiou 1C his constituents would go to CW they would discover iu the great stock yards amid the bellowing of cattle and tho grunting of hogs tho reason why tha meat products of tho great states of the west were so depressed that tho cattle raiser did not receive pay for hirj corn and oats and and how their profits wore lost Xcirsiiaper Scaiiilals anil So Forlli Looking over aud criticising tho litera ture which has accumulated in tho contest he declared that if onetenth part of what had been said by those cities about each other wero true not one of them should bo per now been in this country lor seven months and some of them oven longer and are anxious to return to their homes as soon as possible They are grateful for the hospi tality extended them nud very much regret that tlisy cannot accept it EIGHTH OMT of tho whole people of t h 9 Otiitbu States wna Involved Iu this connection he read ex tracts from magazine aud newspaper articles and commented on them as a scandal to tho American name If wo must have an expo sition it should be managed by the nation as It was now it was simply au advertis ing scheme It was too soon anyhow after the Paris exposition final objection was that in holding such a fair we were following the example ot the effete despotisms in providing amusementfor the people so as to divert their minds from the wrongs they suffered Cnllom Briefly Kenliun When the name of Chicago was men tioned said Cullom the senator from Mis souri seemed to be seizsd with a kind of hydrophobia The senator had said tho peo ple of Missouri were in doubt whether they would go to Chicago or hades and this raised the question which place the senator represented but the people of Missouri would be at the great exposition by tens of thousands whether Vest liked it or not Two More Slaps at Chicago Evarts thought nothing could be more cognate to tho proposition of the whole bill than the two features proposed by the senate naval review and the Col umbus statue The whole matter to be cel ebrated was the discovery of America by Columbus tho Chicago interuatlo ual fair was but an incident Plumb opposed the committees amend ment as incongruous and totally inapplica ble to tho purpose of the bill Tho purpose back of tho amendment was that Now York shonUcl havo something to break its fall something to miniums the fair at Chicago It irould Plumb thought bo small enough eiujtiow without drawing off any portion of the people to witness a naval re vie re His opposition to the naval review was mainly because it was essentially a monarchical idea ELAINES TREATY NEGOTIATIONS TUB Secretary Said to Have About Com pleted Them with Mexico WASHBCOTOV CITY April the announcement was mad that there was a scheme on foot to negotiate treaties of re ciprocity with the Central and South Amer ican states the matter has beeu very widely discussed and it is now quite wellknown thsit the secretary of stato has been engaged for months in negotiating a treaty which will establish reciprocal relations with Mei ico and thaths has also within the past few waeks indicated to the Argentine confedera ivupartuaa Airr 1 tion that that republic could have the same shoud vo DAILY KE tttr it will not dls Brpcirt your nreds It ukcfl uuo its urtosc ihi furmerand mechanic well fts the chant ami vional Mftn Every Krritr now dnitv icpons instead o weekly rt iitilc mare than the othisRcokly The mechanic can now afford both price and the tinv forhU dsiiy The poor may now be uell Informed on cur rert artxirsas me rich latelU within the rrsch of alL THU CKICACO everybodys paper circiilaticn 4 2o3co a Ison a it costs by mail 25 cts i J vicova day REAL ESTATE For dealrable residences on easu Broad vny For sale desirable residences on cast North and oost H Izh streets For sale 8 desjrable residences on Spear St For eale 3 aosirablo res dencea on west Broad wuy Korsalo desirable residences on CtJppowa and Pratt streets Two desirable dwllings on Osase for sole Kor sale or trade dwellings in Smith Bud Shttlunown For trade fams for city property Citj nroperty worth S1UOO JJ50U and to wcehausro for farms For salo brick residence at No 537 Broad way 2 slooks of drv goods to tradeforafoodfarm A cock of boots and shoes to trade for a good form Wanted a farm to trade for drug store and irridt ml 1 Waited business block to trade lor a farm Lois for sale In nil parts of the city For sale a desirable residence and lots on WrlKht and 15th street for rent elegant third Hoor apartments Fat enquire of M M GORDON Estate Boom No 3 Klllott Bkwk Jxitiuuport tod privileges of reciprocity as were proposed to Mexico Would Modify tuc Tariff BUI Should tkose regulations be consummated will probably ba communicated in the form of a treaty to the senate before tha tariff measure roaches that body The turns of fcha proposed treaties as far as thayare known would result in very con siderable modification of the tariff bill so ar as its provisions related to the products Of toa Sout h American nations signing such a areaty THE FAIR BILL AMENDED Aittempt to Pass A Pension Bill Fader Suspension of the Bales WASHDOTOS CITY April ware introduced in the senate yesterday repealing the subtreasury laws and providing for deposit of government bonds in banks Far and repealing all laws for the retire ment of army and navy officers wltky pa The worlds fair bill came up and after a long debate passed with an amendment providing for a naval review al New York Blair got in an amendment prohibiting the sale of intoxicating in the limits of the fair grounds There were thirteen votes against the passage of iho Berry Blackbnrn Cook George Hampton Morgan Pugfc Reagan Vance Vest and Walthall The mute than adjourntd In the home the conference report on tk4 creetnted It ruiiislnuent for Private Soldiers IVAsnrxuTov CITV April Proctor nuil President Harrison have been giving the subject of conviction of private soldiers by courtsmartial close attention and in a number of cases tho sentences have beou commuted The reason for this action is found ia tho explanation that different sentences for like offenses wero imposed by courtsmartial at different army posts and it was but justice to make nil the sentences of soldiers for tha same offonsa uniform Ju all upwards of 100 casts in the past few months have been reduced from three to two years imprisonment for desertion Republican Caucus on Silver WASHINOTCISCITY April The caucus of Repubbcan members of tho house last night on the silver question was spirited and led to a wide discussion of tho matter The position taken by a majority of tho house caucus committee nine of the flteen members was explained by Conger nud that of tho minority by Perkins Finally Jfter EI long discussion oil motion of Per dns representing the extreme sliver men of he minority tho whole matter was recom mitted to the house caucus committee Tho IVestern Union and IVanaraakor WASHINGTONCm April The gov Iolegrapti months service for a business amounting to about S2jOX10 annually Wanamakers rate is 10 cents for ten words for distances of 300 miles and less aud a proportionate increase or greater distances The company will do ue business rof use the rats and then sue the government in order to have the contro versy settled judicially They Dout Iiko Xetter WASHINGTON CITY April Secretary Windoms letter to au unknown correspon dent on the silver question aroused much leeling among congressmen particularly in hs senate where there is a strong and de ermined opposition to the secretarys pol icy The senators freely criticise Mr Win doms utterances and are more than termined to defeat his plan Senator Teller is particularly hot about the matter Scores on the Ball Field CHICAGO April Yesterdays scores in the base ball games are given below Leagua At New New York 5 Philadelphia 3 at Boston 0 Brooklyn 7 at Pitts Pittsburg H Cleveland 9 at Cincin Cincinnati 9 Chicago 4 Brotherhood At New Philadel phia 15 New York U at Boston Brooklyn Boston 6 at Chicago 2 Pitts burg 6 at Cleveland 8 Buffalo 15 Association At Philadelphia Athletic T Rochester s at St Louis 4 Louisville 17 Costly Tire a CHICAGO April 22 The Adam Press Manufacturing company art goods and molding manufacturers 251 TVabash avenue sustained a loss of COO by fire at oclock this morning A fira company oa tho roof had a narrow escape from death being cut off by the flames for a time bat finally rescued by their comrades with no loss of life A Good Rule to Enforce LOUISVILLE April Zacu Phelps has issued a notice to American association um pires calling their attention to the rule pro hibiting club captains or players from dis puting a decision on the field or arguing the case Ha tells taa umpires to enforce this rule strictly and enforce the penalties and assures them that he will see that they are sustained Four Men Lost at BALTIMORE Md April 22 schooner VT H Briusfield Capt John H Ellison of Tappahannock Va has sunk off PointNo Poiut and three of her crew and a passen ger were drowned The four men lost were Mate David Prim Saamen John Harkum John Batts and Boburt Ellison all colored Professor Stunner of Tale Quite HL NEW HATS Cona April Wm G Sumner professor of political economy in Tale fell unconscioiis on the campus yes terday and is quite ill The trouble is said to be caused by a disordered stomach Coach the Floacier Boomer QKIASOXA Crrr IT April Capt W B Couch the famous Oklahoma boomer died yesterday of the wound re ceived some time ago in a dispute ovar thei title to land he had taken up Military KockDown In Ohio COLUXBCS O April 33 The house of rep resentatives while ill session passing local bills last evening was interrupted by a fifjht in the lobby between Adjt Gen Morton L Hawkins and Col Sol F Kinneon an officer of the First regimanl of Cincinnati They were disputing concerning regimental mat ters when Kinneon called Hawkins a liar tnd was immudiately knocked down by him Fhe sergjantatarma then separated them The on Fire in atmuachtuetti GMMjOESTEB Slassi April A destruc tive forest fire is railing in the Frwh Water rove and Magnolia woods and ia approach ing the seashore Jteveral summer bourn 20yearold son named George AVith the 1 exception of the boy Willie his family bad deserted him on account of hisexcessivo cru elty For years ho beat his wife as if she had been a dog and once or twice came so near murdering her that her life was de spaired of His iDally Amusement His treatment of the little boy is almost without parallel Less thnu three weeks ago ho went home aud fmciiug the lad playing with some other childrou he hit him a crush ing blow iu tha head with a hammer The boy sank dovru unconscious uud lay in a state of stupor for a whole day without at tendance of any sort except what the in human parent gave him Scarcely a day passed that Dall did not assault tho boy and fearfully maltreat him but tho little fellow made no complaint to the neighbors or his playmates notwithstanding his cuts and bruises On Sunday night Dall went home drunk His boy wai in bed and asleep but this tiki not save him No 3IircyIn tlio Flond The old brute dragged tho child from his bed forcibly threw him on tho floor and then bsjaii to kick him in the face body ami limbs The boy struggled to bis feet once or twice aud tried to got away but each time was caught again thrown down and subjected to the same punishment acted moro like a madman thau one in his senses Ha kicked the prostrate child with a force that threatened to crush out his life all the time cursing and veiling like demon The boy cried for mercy but his ppeals wero answered only by fiercer blows and kicks uutil a lady living in the o Calls door tho boy wai screaming with agony Tho brutal fathers coarse epithets as blows and even his deep breathing could e heard outside the door Straggle with tlio Officer The ofllcer did uot wait to knock for ad mission He burst in tho door and sprang on the old fiend who was standing iu the middle of tho room striking and kicking raatically at ttio writhing form of a lad who was on his back A blow from the offi cers club sent the old man staggering into a corner and his helpless victim the first relief he had experienced in years but he re covered quickly and rundo at the blueooat ith the ferocity of a tiger The fight that allowed was ii terrific one The officer a big athletic fellow had the utmost difficul y in handling the infuriated brute who was trying to choke him to death and it is doubtful if he would not have succeeded had not another officer come in and helped to place the fellow in irons The Old Villains Audacity Palls treatment of his entire family for years has been so wretched that he was una Qle to re tain any friends but nevertheless he tried only recently to marry the young Julia was in strumental in bringing his brutality to the light of the public Miss Assman declined to have anything whatever to do with him and he persecuted her with a vigor that was entirely in keeping with his treatment of his family The police will try to give him the limit of the law Guv Bills Recommendation ALB AST N Y April Hill has to the legislature a message recommend ing that the recently passed corrupt prac tices act ba extended so as to require sworn statements of election expenses to be filed by political committees and agents as well as by candidates Also so as to fix a limit of legal election expenses Forest Fires in Connecticut NORWICH Conn to Sunday the forest fires in Voluntown had burned over about eighty acres and were spreading in all directions The citizens turned out en masse and fought the flames all day Sunday It is stated that thp flre has reached the timber land on Monsooka ridge and is run ning both north and south AGRICULTURAL DEPRESSION Rusk to Issue an AddreM Allayed Substance NETV YOBS AprU special to The World from Washington City says Secre tary Rusk is about to issue an address to the farmers of the country explaining how tda depression in agriculture can ba remedied He attributes the present state of affairs in part to carelessness in culture and savs that ia these days of worldwide competition a successful farmer must be as well trained aud careful in business as the storekeeper and his equal in intelligence and general ed ucation The secretary also thinks that the farmer does not study the market reports as carefully as ha should and recommends that lie avail himself ot the information supplied by the agricultural department HA thinks that farmers should uot acquire moro laud thau they can profitably cultivate Ptotoctlon of Farm Protluvt4 He fives tabes to show that our imports of agricultural products amount to 273738 the greater part of whrlj probably JSoUUOOtWO might b wth pivvr eacour ageuieut on uur uuu soil He thiuks that th3 problem can L siivod by thu imposition of high rates o Juty on agri cultural products eware NO 306 From Top to Bottom The house is best cleaned that is cleaned with Pearline It is done with little labor and with great re ease to yourself and with no possible injury to anything that is cleaned To use Pearline once is to want it always you will want it always because it does what you want Peddlers and sonic unscrupuloas grocers will tel vou is as good as or the same ss Pearline ITS F Pearhnc is never peddled and if your grocer sends vou ae Honest t Aati 177 JAMES PVLE York Refused to Deal with Striken BOSTOS Mass April striking employes at Squire ft Cos packing boose yesterday submitted a statement of griev ances to Mr Squire but he refused to deal with them as a body and advised them to get work elsewhere as he would make no concessions and did not think they had any grievances Secured a Day St JOHN N a April house and shipbuilding trades have secured the adop tion of the ninehour day in this city A movement is on foot for a general organiza tion of workiugmen to make the ninehour day include fill trades and industries Eminent Baltimore Lawyer Dead BALTOIORE Mi April eminent lawyer James A L McClure secretary for many years of the Democratic state central committae and for twenty years counsel for the board of polica corninissJoners died Konday at the age ot 5i sears BAD LUCK FOR A BURGLAH A Masterly Retreat from a BlooilKound Into tlio Arms of Police KEW YORK April TtventyyearoUl John Hart of Second avenue and Forty sixth street had a desperato encounter Sun day with a bloodhouii1 in the early hours of the morning in the saloon at 847 First ave nue which he had forcibly entered for the purpose committing burglary Hart who is a powerful fellow at one limy lived over the saloon which is kept by Fritz Blftssetter He was thoroughly acquainted with the surroundings aud with the massive bloodhound which Olassjtcr placed on uard every night Tlie right with tlio Dog As soon as ho ntcred the place he was attacked by the dog and seizing a heavy sawdust sweeper he defended himself the Jest he could He succeeded in preventing he animal from getting at his throat but 10 was soon bleeding from many scratches Dflicted by the beasts claws After a struggle of half au hours duration the burglar struck the dog three furious blows with the sweeper and retreated only to run ate tho arms of two policemen at tho door More Goods Our Countersl Marked and Placed Upon All at Wet Goods BAYOU SARA FLOODED The Whole Town Xoarly Break In the Levee BAYOU SARA La April levee ere broke at a m yesterday and the town is in ruins Not a houss has escaaed damage or destruction by the deluge Many of the people have had usarly all their household effects ruined Boas ami rafts ore the only means of communication The people were exhausted by their efforts to save the levee and are now in despair Heavy rain all day has ad lu i to the gloom Most of Poiiito Coup is alio from a break iji the Taylor 1ltiful Scones In the Flood Region NEW YORK April HeniUs Vicksburg correspondent has jusu return d to that city from a trip up the Sunflower river delta by boat Ho describes tha scenes in the overflowed region as pitiful He thinks the loss of life lias been greater than heretofore reported lie saw five bodies floating about in ono p there wafi7ioVvay DEWENTER The Hatter I QTTO EKS FOR The The AVoatlitr Miiy JCjrpeot CITY April follow ing are the weather indications for thirtysis hours from S p m yesterday For Indiana Illinois Michigan and showers preceded by fair warmer weather southeasterly winds For Iowa Showers Barmer weather southerly winds THE MARKETS UniCAOO April 21 Quotations on the board of trade today were as follows No 2 May opened SSc closed Tune openel closed BTJ4c July opened S7j4ic closed Corn No 2 May opened 32Jgc closed June opened closed July opened closed GSMc Xo 2 May opened closed June opened 2tc closed July opened 24c closed Pork May opened closed July opened closed S1S5 May opened 5045 closed Live The stock yards report the fol lowing range of prices Market opened Blow and weak with prices uJJlOp lower light grades S40a3i30 rough packing S405 S415 mixed lots heavy packing and shipping lots S403485 Beeves below best quality lOc IOWBN other grades steady at cows and mixed stockcrs and feeders S23i 360 grass Tesans JSEOSiiB Dull lower muttons cornfed west srna lambs Produce Fancy Elailn per Ib toe creameries darlcs finest fresh fresh packing stock Strictly fresh lie per doz Dressed poultry Chickens per Ib turkeys 10S13c young hens ducks 12altc Tair to choice S3iOa460 per bbl New York NEW YOBS April n 2 red winter 30 May 96 do June do July No a mixed cash do May io June 304c Dull but Steady mtied cash do May ilo June Dnll and Nominal Doll and nominal Qutet ruess for new Quiet and steady Slay Juno 878 Live stock Market firm fiteere 100 ibs extras 3510S580 bulli and dry cows Sheeep aad Market firm unshorn sheep 9 100 fts clipped do nnshora yearlings 8T002800 clipped do 8SfXHa873 sraing lafflbs S300d450 each HogsMarket Meady hces S4 100 Ibs No A Voluntary of SOCTH FKASCCfGffAir HasS April The Para Rubber Shoe company has volun tarily increased the wages of its employes an average of about 12 per cent in the dif ferent departments Ming Stow Rought StecJ And Furnaces We havo about 5O VlJI SOU at the i Relfwators fater Coolers Cream Freezers Tinware of tho above Gasoline Stoves that we EDELWE1S Equal to any Imported Beer Made Delight ful Beautiful Try LOGiNSPORT BREWING CDS 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 Five Drives In CREAM Well How About Men April 221 Prussian govern ment has promulgated a notice that all women employed in the mines owned or by the state win be summarily and their places flUed by men U they otowre May Day M jthdutey J Cits superior excellence proven ra of Ebaies for more than a quarter ol a centuiy a is used by the United Stara Government En dorsed by the of the great as the Stronpat Purest and moat Healthful controlled by the state win be summarily i not CAMEDGOODS FITZGERALD FOLEY 228 Market St Telephone No 1O5 IV B WHITSETT Dealer in the Popular Domestic Sewinn Machine The constantly increasins demand for the Domesti9 proves 5ts excellence and our many satisfied customers will tell you that the is the machine to buy R B WHITSETT Propr OFFICE 529 Broaday   

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