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   Logansport Pharos (Newspaper) - April 23, 1890, Logansport, Indiana                                LOGANSPOBT DAILY PHAROS 15TH YEAB Qn Lace Nottingham Laces Etamine Plain and Colored Scrims Fancy Draperies Etc Also a full lino of Window ShadesPlain and Dado Poles and Trimmings Department Upstairs most favorably known Ihrouighout tliO United States for their perfect shape ele gant fit comfortand as thoy are excel lent wearing Corsets aro he mostHCono rnical Call and buy For Sale at WILER I WISES lie Ilivu Dry floods House Ualleiiie Selta Powders Will Curo Your I ltadache S B AT 12thSt DrueStore J A KlUKIIKIt ItOllXKY STI1AIN Krager i Strain UNDERTPERS Calls Promptly Attended to Day or Night No No03 FURNITURE PRICES THt LOWEST Our Designs arefoew None but the Best Work man ship Allowed to Leave our Salesroom J W Hendmoii FfffST POINT WEDNESDAY EVENING APiOL 23 NO 307 PLAYED WITH FJEE Reckless Tardiness in Giving a Fire Alarm NEARLY POETY MEN SAOSIPICED lilrty ot Whom Are Buried in a Fiery Kxplostious ill Suc Terrible Scene ut tlie Pit from tiie Flooded Dis Itujrou Sura Calls for tltution and Death Accident at a Hull Figlit CHEYENNE Wy T April niea are imprisoned in tho Rock Springs coal miue No 4 which is on fire and it is almost certain that ull are dead The mine which is thu larget iu the far west was dis overecl to bo on lire at 1 oclock yesterday tnorniug Thi Humes were kept under con for a time but about 9 the fire com to spread rapidly and the men were jrdered to tho surface They had teen nervuus for iiiue time und a mutiny was an hour before the general alarm was sounded They made a mad rush for he surface Tiie Warning Too Tho leudeis whoso pallid features height ened the iffect of tho dust gathered on their tores were just issuing from tho shafts uuutli when n fearful explosion heard for miles iirounil made the earth quiver and followed by a volume oi smoke which oil out of the shaft Thu terrible fear that hundreds of the men still below the surface had mrt death pressed upon all and the iiOOU people in the camp who swarmed to the entrance of tho mine The agonizing crits of frightened women and children added to the terror ItescueiH IJrjtvely FaceDeath There tvero calLs for volunteers for a res cuing party anl a score of bravo men re sponded Their disappearance was the sig ml for another explosion louder and more forceful than UKllrst Seven of the sonrch trs were injured outpast recovery The camp seemetl punicslriclcen but the appeals ind demands of the women for help to save their husbands and sons roused tho men to notion A dozn men descended this time ind returned in few minutes with six in sensible Chinamen and said that ten others f the race luid been seen lying prostrate Two of tho rescuel Chinamen dioJ in a few minutes Three exclusions followed in rapid succession each seeming more terrible than tho preceding on1 Further Snecnr Impossible Smoke issued in a full volume from all the entrances unil iiny further attempts to save the men imprisoned below was abandoned There are still at least thirty men in the mine mostly Chinese That these are al most certainly dead there is little doubt but oven were they living their fate is sealed for Ihero is no possibility of another descent being mmlu until the fire is under control Of the met injured three have already ex pired und it is thought that four more can not survive All tho entrances have been closed and overy effort is being made to keep the firo within certtiin bounds but it cannot be subdued within threo months Tho mine has an mulergrouml area of nine miles a capacity of ijOiJ ram a day and the prestige of producing tho fcest fuol mined in the vest It is the prupjrty of tho Union Pstcifin railway tmrl valued at Among the fifteen who were badly injured bv the explosion or in the work of rscno are Daviil Thomas mid Kl Evans foremen of the other mines frank Holgus aul Alex Diatt the former u los and tho latter a miner THE BAYOUJ3ARA DISASTER An Appoiil for to Save p in You should rrad THIS CM CA co DAILY XEWS bccuise i You must read sjfts paper 1iubibly youve always had a weekly yMU can now iitlord a daily THB CHICAGO DAILY traits but one cent per so cheap ycu caut atiord to lose lime waiting for a weekly You ought to know about things when they a week later You live in the nine teenth century in the greatest section ef the greatest country on the earth and you cant af ford to be left behind tfrIts circulation is 2oocv a Billion a it costs by mail 75 cts month tour Appoul for ISonlt tional A ill ItLMiiiested NEW OKLKAXS April i3 At Gov Nicholls received from Bayou Sara an appeal for a boat to savci tho people The dispatch said that unless help arrived there might be great loss of life A steamer and barges were at once sjnt from Baton Kongo and other boats will leave immediately Governor Nlcholls has telegraphed Senator Gibson that the breaking of tho Morgan sea levee is so great a disaster that ho feels justified in appealing for prompt national aid Other Levees Giving Awny A break occurred yesterday in the left batik near Gardero ten miles below Baton Rouge Two crevasses also occurred in the Atchafalayu levees one above and one below West Melville The water is running over the levees nil along that section The pro tection levaa in front of Vidalia broke yes torday and many houses are submerged This is tho first break in the Natchez dis trict The Lake Uoncordia levee also gave way The lower portion of Coneorctia parish will be flooded and great damage must ensue The lake water which had encroached ou tha outskirts of Neiv Orleans is steadily re ceding The washouts along the Louisville Nashville road have been repaired and trains are passing as usual Suffering ut Point Coupee The TimesDemocrats Bayou Sira special Tho suffering in Poiut Coupoe is ter rible It is reported that people are run mug to trees for safety Skiffloads of pso ple are passing through the streets seeking safety on the hills Thoy ruake a gloomy procession meu women babies The situation hero is frightful Not a house in town is above the Hood PANIC AT A BULL FIGHT DELTCI0U5 BREAKFAST DISH TliousHndH Frucipitnteil to the Ground by Collapse the of Amphitheater CITV OF MEXICO April the con clusion of a bull right at Guadalajara on Sunday a sectiou of tha amphitheater col lapsed precipitating thousands of spectators to tho ground Too scene which followed was terrible Those who had not been h by the fall trampled over the hundreds of bmised and injured intensifying their suf ferings The police with the aid of the un injured spectators succeeded in rescuing the wounded from under the debris While 00 deaths are reported mauy persons have received injuries which njay prove fatfiL Railway Acciitout In Iowa MINNEAPOLIS Stiun April EH Tribune special from Sioux City la says At Doon Pa an engine on tbe Sioux City Northern railroad struck a construction train injur ing John Olsi n and John Cash so that their legs had to be amputated and badly hurting number of others all of whom were brought by a special train here for medical rreatnient Honors to at BRUSSELS April Stanley was en tertained at a garden party given in his honor ou grounds ol the palace at Laokec last evening Fifteen hundred guests present including diplomats senators mill tetors deputies and other notables NO COMPROMISE AT CHICAGO Xew Association of Weak Turbulence CHICAOO solution of the carpenteiV strike secins as distant as ever No compromise is possible between the op posing forces and until the boss carpenters and builders association recently organ ized is able to furnish work to seveneighths of the unemployed carpenters in the city it is not thought probable that a settlement can be effected through the efforts of the association committee Must Bold the Balance of Power The arbitration committee from the new boss carpenters association met the confer once committee of the striking carpenters yesterday afternoon A thorough canvass of tho situation showed that all parties are agreed that the carpenters strike can be quickly brought to a termination when the membership of the boss association is so far increased that they hold a balance of power among the builders and bosses of the city This consummation however is very doubt ful Tlie Spirfl of Turbulence Tho spirit of some of the strikers waa ehowu ytsterday at Englewood when 100 of them after trying in vnin to induce some nonunion men to quit work attacked them They ware brutally beating oneof the work ers when Police Ssrgt Begley went to the rescue Tho strikers then turned on the officer uud would havo pouuded him into in sensibility if a detail oC policj had not rinslied up in a pitrol wagon Fifty of the strikers were arrated Begley was uot se riously wounded but was cut sever 1 places on the scalp A by Gompers Fully ioyO people attended the oijhthour demonstration at Battery D last night Samuel Gompers the president of the feder ation of trades was the principil speaker and addressed the meeting at great length The strikers are receiving letters and tele grams of encouragement from nl parts of thu country MIND YOUR OWN BUSINESS Is the lleply Kussia Will Give American uiul English Philanthropists LONDON April advices from SI Petersburg are to the effect that high Rus sian authorities view with disap proval the proposed presentation to tho czar oC remonstrances trom America und Kng laml against cruelties in Siberia and that the remonstrants will meet with a snubbing similar to that with which like communica tions wcro received when the murderers of tho late emperor were reported to have been tortured in their calls In No Huviior for Foreign Advice The czar is said to bj in no humor for for eign advice or interferenco ami to bj p3r sistontly bout on tho reactionary policy which has so far charactarizad his reign The striking teatura of this policy at pres ent is the suspicion and repression evidenced in tho treatment of the loivest class of the population whose general submissiveness had up to this time never been doubted but who are now being made to feel in the harshest manner the hand of imperial au thority PARNELLS LAND BILL It Meets ii Worse Tlnin Its Friemls Arc Enemies LONDON April presenting his laud scheme which ho offers as a substitute for the complicated measure introduced by Bal four Paruell has succeeded in mystifying his friends as well ashis opponents While they will naturally support a measure framed by the leader of their party the Nationalist members feel that they are entitled to a full explanation ol ho scheme which many of them low unhesitatingly admit that they do not understand The Freemans Journal is dis atisfied because it loaves tho landlords reland The Conservative Express says the bill asserts a principle for which tha laud ords havo vainly contended The Pali Mall Gazette soys that if such abill had emanated rom the Tories it would havo been over whelmed with every epithet that Irish im agination could invent Mlxlo Up of Clerks nnd Valets ATLANTA Ga April Constitu tion says that the crowd from Washington City ou tho southern PanAmerican tour vas made up merely of the private clerks valets of the delegates and that their lailure to come saves the people here some mbarrassment Tho samo journal censures Secretary Blaine for having left th3 south out of the original programme when the lelegates were really in the party Corrigan In High Favor lit Rome LONDON April Archbishop Corrigans reception in Rome has been more than cor Hal All the church dignitaries from Pope Leo down have united in doing him honor and his treatment is regarded as of the tfrcywing importance of the Roman Catholic church in tho United States course in the McOlynn difficulties under stood to have received the complete approv al of tho Holy See Gen Stiles Going Blind CHIOAQO April 23 I N Stiles the wellknovru lawyer of this city has becomi almost totally blind and the physicians say nis case is hopeless and that he will entirely lose his sight owing to paralysis of the op tic uervo He can just see the outlines of a man standing close to him but is attending to his legal duties and otherwise in robus dealth Interest In the EightHour Movement MONTREAL Que April massmeet ing of workingmen has been called by th Knightf of Labor for Saturday evening t encourage the eighthour movement Grea interest is takan by the labor organisations as to the success of the movement id thi states If the movement succeeds Can adians will begin to strike for the same ob ject STEWART OBJECTS Tho Nevada Senator Tackles the Windom Idea A HOT BLAST AT THE SEOBETAHY Cut a Womans Throat NEW YORK April S5 Jackson l compositor murdered Mamie Murphy S years oU in Cris Johnsons notorious sa loon at Sixth avenue and Ninth street Mon day night The two bad been and Jackson draw a and cat u causing death in Ijalf a The Trouble at PHtsburg PrrrsBURO April Yesterday a corn rnittee of employes called ou Superinten dent Turner of tho Pittsburg Cincinna and St Louis railway represented th Brotherhood of Railway Trainmen ani left a demand for an udvanca in wages ant decrease in hours with other items for th consideration of the railway officials Kesuxning Work in Austria VIESxA April has been re sumed in most of the pits on the line of the iforthera railway in the Outran distric and tha iron furnaces at TPittlowitz ar again in full blast Serious disorders hav occurred at Fuluek where the cavalry dis persed the mob and ijaadg arrests and f laUted Matched ATLAISTA Ja April Han tan and Yed Plaisted hare t row races on the Traawtee rher 8 Bridgeport on May onemill cbaijpionabip oj Owed States and a piuSfST Bach raSTlffll M 6fi ffiile straigfitaway The Treasury Bill All and Win cloni Kicking Out of Hits Proper Har Service Reform Has an Air ing in the IVorUTs Fair Bill Goes to the mercial Travelers Hefore a House Committee CITV April tewart of Mevada is out in a long inter answer to Secretary Windoms let i on the silver question At tha outsit be uestious the secretarys right to formulate isatiou anJ intimates that lie would bat r wait to KIVQ information when required v congress to do so and leavo thj la ve department free to formulate and pass Mi The charge made by the secretary int the silver men proposal legislation re influenced by u desire to enhance tho alue of silver and raakti it macfeet for their ro lucts without regard to other interests euHtor Stewart says no foundation in act SiilYeriug for AVuut of Secretary AVindom he snys confounds the Iver question with th money question he business of the country is sulfuring Cor iO of uiore money It has been in th Dy Khich a spoils or patrtiinaget sys tem must be always operated It is un American to sea representatives of the people hanging about the antechambers of the government offices It was neither re spectful nor decent nor manly to have offi cers of giving hour after hour of their time listening to personal and politi cal appeals A Brush with Subsequently in the debate Lodge read from The New York Evening Post a list of the occupations of the members of tho Tam many executive committee In retaliation for this Spinola read from tho same paper I an article reflecting upon the character of Senator Quay but was declared out of order for reading a scurrilous article against a senator Spinola then continued in order attacking the administration as Eng lish you know1 It had abolished the green stamp the color of old Erin nnd substi tuted a red stamp Demands of the AUinnee WASHINGTON CITY April 28 senate committee ou agriculture and forestry yesterday had under consideration Senator Vances bill to provide for a system of ware houses for farm products throughout the country to be operated by the government which is to issue its notes upon the deposits of grain therein The bill is advocated by the Farmers Alliance and Col Poll presi dent of that organization spoke to the com mittee His propositions were Free coin age of silver issues of currency of full legal to meet the demands of the butiuess of the couutry and based ou the products stored in the warehouses Got Oft Some Grewsome JokeA WASHINGTON CITV April com ower of I he secretary of the treasury all mittee to investigate the murder of Clayton oag to relieve the stringency in the money I larket but ho has neglected to ersrcise the ower conferred upon him to buy orth of silver a month for coinage and has mited his purchases substantially to the minium of a mouth in imita ou of the policy of the Democratic admiu tratiou Secretary Windom he says in 1 in Arkansas 1aCt hero yesterday Bergeu the chairman was on tho floor of the house before he left and his friends bade him a tearful adieu assuring him that if ho did uot get hack alive they uonl spreal them selves when eulogies were iuorler Speaker Reed smiling ull over his face remarked as he shook hands with Bergen It is sweet to emnnding tho repeal the Bland act has ftered a substitute which may or may not 3 better than an absolute repal iliivl Objectionable Hi proposes by his subotitut to purchase Iver bullion to the extant of tha product ot for couutry PC ii si t u us fo r JDe a f u ess WASHINGTON CITV April uommitteo on mvaliil i3nsion5 1ms aiitiior j ized a favorable report 011 tbe senate bill in me ol redemption He reserves the right owever to suspend tin receipt of silver nllion f tho le United States and to issue treasury i creasing tho rote of pensions for certain otes therefor redeemable in silver coin or j cases of deafness Tho bill provides that silver bulliou at tha market price at the any veteran vho served in the war of the rebellion and contracted disease resuking in total deafness of uoth oars shall bo entitled to receive a pension of per mouth with a proportionate pension for a less de gree of deafness Heard the Commercial Travelers WASHINGTON CITY April 23 delega i tion of the Commercial Travelers association was heard yesterday by tho house com merce com ui it tea They wuntej tlis inter state cummorca law amende so as to per mit then to travel at low rates and in fcymed the cooamitteo that they weiJ strong and spend aunually f which is for railway tickets Quoiitf Lees Wife Cant Come 111 WASHINGTON CITV April treas ury department has ikciiuel to allow the wife anil four children of Mr Quoug Lje a Cninese residoiit this country to land in this country holding tiiat he Inw excludes them nnless a certificate is presented from the Chinee government that they are simply tourists and after seeing this country return to China The Iostofllce Appropriation WASHINGTON CITY April post office appropiation bill was finished by the house committee on postollices and posl roads yesterday It carriesan appropria tion of S7J450US2 being but a few thou sand dol lars more than the estimates sub mitted by the department aud more than tho appropriation for tho current fiscal year m his judgmsut auJ that president certain conditions exist aking it expedient to do so This powr exercised in thj manner that the wer coiiferrjti by law upou the secretary o purchase bullion has buen exercised sinca of the Bland act might make he law euthvly inoperative Questions for the Secretary No silver bullion wonld be received unless tha discretion of tho secretary it was roper to do so What right Seuntor Stew rt asks has Secretary Wiudom to censure ie advocates oE more mouoy because they re unwilling to trust him with such discre on in view of tha mimtibr iu which the iscretidh now coaferrod Dy law has bjeii xercisel Rlr proposoJ treas ry notes ho says are mot money they ara imply promises to piy iu silver bullion or ilver coin they haveuci tender ijuali ics in the han Is of tho an I they will ot pay private debts without tho consent of he creditor Ooosnr fiite tlio Feature Of the bullion redemption feature of Sjc etury UiuJoms bill Mr Buwart Why anchor thesa treasury notes to tho ecognizcd values of tha commercial worhU hose values are goiu valhes Does the see etary mean that aft T nil these treasury notes arj only credit money depending for heir value upon the tingle goll standard such is his meaning and he ciu have no ither why buy silver1 Why not use paper aper is just as good credit money as silver f silver is not to be used for money anrl jverything must lie anchored to gold let hat be plainly understood and let the plat orm bo repudiated in direct language It vill take loss words rnxl deceive less people han it will to pretend to uss silver as money vhile it is simply U3sd as credit Vfliit the Silver Men Want the socalled silver men want Senator Stewart saicl and what the Repub ican party promised is that the sovereign rower of the government to creato money hall be so exercised as to keep the supply of noney equal to the demand They protest urnst being placed in a position of desiring to unload silver on the governnunt for selfish aud unworthy motives They also protest against tha advocacy by the secretary of the Tessury of the single gold standard in its most offensive form when he declares that silver is not rnooey hut that like paper it shall ultimately bo redeemed in gold PROCEEDINGS IN CONGRESS The Fair Bill Finally Passed Other Transactions of tlic Statesmen WASHINGTON CITY April bill passed by the senate Saturday providing for a site for a supreme court building was re considered yesterday and amended so as to give the District supreme court power to de cide cases of real estate valuation and then again A resolution was adopted calling upon the superintendent of census to send to the senate his for obtain taining statistic of farm mortgages etc Mitchell spoke in favor of his bill to elect senators by popular vote and in tho course of his speech denounced the secret session as a relic of monarchy The District appro priation bill was passed HS was the zoologi cal park bill and the senate adjourned CaJdwell introduced a bill in the house ex tending the provision of tlje eightboorday act to all persons employed on work for the government Dingley reported a bill class ifying worsteds as woolens The diplomatic and consular appropriation bill was report ed to the house It carries The fair bill was taken up the senate amendment agreed to and the bill passed The statement in these dispatches that a clause had been put in tbe bill prohibiting the sale of liquors on the fair grounds was an error The bill now goes to the presi dent The legislative executive and judicial appropriation was taken up in committee of the whole and precipitatecta partisan de bate which lasted the whole afternoon the house adjourning with an amendment pend ing striking out the appropriation for clerks for senators WHAT ARE WE HERE Four Flanagans Celebrated Question the Ani mus of a House Debate WASHIXGTOX CITY April the house was in committee oE the whole yester day on the legislative executive and judi cial appropriation bill Grosvenor said of the civil service law that ha dlid not believe that the law and its administration was approved by onefifth of the members of either bouse of congress He believed that if each mem of the house would vote his daliberats opinion he would declare that the whole sys Win was founded on a miitajfg and its ad ministration on a false principle It wai ietrncvktal to the very purpose it was aimed to accomplish THE MARKETS UnrcAao April Quotations the lioarcl of trade today vero as folows No May opened clcRC June openo 1 STJHjc closed July rifio closed No My ivic closed CSVfic June opened 3sc lusi July opened closed No 2 May opened closed June opeuod and closed July opened and closed May opened closed 31275 July opened closed May opened closed SU33 Livestock The stock yards report the fol of prices Hogs Market More Goods Marked and Placed Upon Our Counters All at Wet Goods Prices DEWENTER The Hatter SHltOVEH Lojmusport CHAS M CBOSS Formerly with Potmull Jc Co CIGARS Shroyer CIGAR JOBBERS Wesl Maryland Street Indiana Imported Key West and Domestic Cgars Fine Goods a Specialty State Agents for FUMAS THE GRAND and other Fine Goods The above Firm will be represented by Fred Dvkenmn in ihis vicinity win Sell You a Mower UK A At a Trifle More than Factory Prices Tho above cut shows the Circulation of air in our Alaska Hefrigerators from which we guarantee a PURE DRY COLD AIR For Sale only by OTTO MEINSHAUSEN EDELWE1S Equal to any Imported Beer Made Delight ful Beautiful Try If II CDS ilow lower mil weak with prices nines packing S405 ruijtal lots lieary pacilng mil hipiii lots Breves below bet quality lOc lower other grades steady fit S3j1tSil50 cows and nlxeil mockers anil feeders grass 2t03125 ower niuttms cornfed west rns aMWiiiTO lambs S5W3075 Proclnc Elgin per Ib fine resinieries lfilS daries finest fresh fresh packing stock Strictly frcsa lie por doz Dressed Chickens per Ib turkeys VOUDB hens 5JlaMic ducks Apjfles Fair to choice 150 per bol New York NEW YORK April 22 red winter do May do June 84gc do July wjic 4P August I mired IWllntfc cash ii May do June 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