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   Logansport Pharos (Newspaper) - April 24, 1890, Logansport, Indiana                                DAILY PHAROS 15TH YEAH THURSDAY EVENING APKIL 24 1890 NOHCf JOHN BRAYS Comer Nottingham Etamine Plain and Colored Scrims Fancy Draperies Etc Also a full lin a of Window Shades Plain ai id Dado Poles and Trimmings Department Upstairs Glove Fitting els Are most favorably known throughout the United States for their perfect shape ele gant fit groat comfnrtand as they are excollont wearing are I ho rnoit ocono rncai HMO iv For Sale at WILER I WISES Bee Hivo Dry Goods House owner WiU Curo Your Htaiache tt WNS REVENGE unny Political Town in Contest Kansas in is Crisk Uie as though suc culent government jobs were at stake and the fair contestants ara already Bringing personal and political influence to bear in their favor in the hope of wresting the coveted prizes Miss Mollie Tunnsy is o I candidate for city marshal She is a hand i some girl of 19 years Sha saems ignorant of tbe ordinary duties of a city marshal for OOMBOYIN AMTJHIOrPALELEOTIOH when asked what would be required of her said Oh you know all I will hava to lowill be to light the lamps When in formed that it was also the marshals duty o make an occasional arrest she was for a A Defeated Candidate Plane a Little Scheme Tliut Uaok on Ticket of Women Elected Including the Disgruntled Mans Wife SIucU to lilt of the New Ad History of a Re markable Campaign EDOEKTOV Kan April politics bava triumphed nt Edgerton and iuring the corning year tbe municipal af fairs of this city will be administered by a jetticoat govern nviit It came about in this way A year ago the candidates for mayor were Nathan Ross and H G Brown Mr Ross is the villa o school teacher and being a man of considerable tact and personal at ractivenes3 inado a very popular candi date Mr Brown is a grain daaSer and pro prietor of a lumber yard He too was popular and tha fight at the polls was a close one Tfao registration list contained only about 125 names and the count wa3 kept even wiili tho Lallotting It was a neckandneck rnoa nil the way but when the hour for closing the polls Brown had a lead at threo votes had pollod every vote ti could command and defeat stared him in tha face The Women Sfcied the Day He vus fertile in political resource None of tho women ha 1 voted why not bring his friends among thj women to the polls The plan was executed immediately upon its conception urd Mr Ross sought out eight of his favorite took them to tha polls where they cast their ballots for him This coup detnt brought consternation into Uio camp of the enemy Tho only way to fight his opponent was witb his opponents own women DPIWII pressed his friends into servico and tiov scourol the town for women who would vote for dim Finilly ino of them urero found and tnkii f thj voting places but loo lato tho poll hn i closad and th3 schoo toacher bad ol imyor 15ruiii SIiniirn for Revenge Browns fnili it the polls rankled in hif breast He trenurd up bis defeat nuc planned tho rovengu lio would visit upon tlio AGREED ON A BILL That Silver Question Emerges from the Caucus THE ILAP TOGETHER S S 12thSt Dniff Store B A KKCEGEH JIODNKY STHAIN Kroger Strain UNDERTAKERS Promptly Attended to Day or Night No 10i NoC3 FURNITURE PRICES THE LOWEST Designs N one but the Best Workmanship AU owed to Leave our Salesroom J SECOND POINT T CUICA You should co DAILY 13ipaper which U is Lrge as 1 This suit you want a newspaper at once con venient complete and con densed aud still you dont want to overlook anything of real imponauce dcor want your neighbor to say o you Did you read soandso in todays paper ami be obliged to answer No 1 didnt and then nave him ask you Wuat papado you read This win never hap pen to you if you read THE CHICAGO DAILY Ninvs circulation is u a million a it costs by mail 25 cts a month four months cfmt a JREARFAS1 DISH IMIfOlM MPUR m IE women because ot Iris misfortune When election time again tha politi ctil issue in tlio villa wai the Sunday clos ing question Petjr Dorau WHS put on the open ticket on u personal liberty anti blue law platform und things looked easy for him until a few clays be fora he elaction when Brown got his plan completed for re IB on both Doran who had been a Ross man und Ross himself Ho would defeat Doran by running a woman ticket against him and at the same time humiliate tho la dim heap ridicule upon thorn by placing at tho foot oC the ticket thj niiri of T H Strong Cor tbu city coiuidl So mi ivis the Micawbo the tha village lirowiis TIclcet Announced Brown matured his plan bunauiiced his candidates and printed his tickets At the head of the ticket he placed the name of Mrs W H Kelly wife of the city dork who bad been appointed to the position hy his foo Nat Ross For jtdi of the police court he named Mrs T M Jroer who had voted for Ros at tho foriiier election In the list of prospective councilwomen he placed the names of Mrs W S Ewart Mrs Nat Ross Mrs S E Stewart and the latters daugh ter Mrs R G Holdun all ot whom had as sisted Ross to the mayoralty At the bottom of the ticket be placed tha name of Micawbjr Htroug A Counter Movement Tho women were scandalized and indig nant but still not fearing the election took no great interest ii tho campaign The poitical enemies of Brown however desir ous of seeing his revenge fail of its objects Issued new ticket omitting the name of substituting that of Mrs Brown his own wi fe thus stealing his thunder and threatening defeat to his plans Mrs Brown was absent from the city and could otteno opposition toiler nomination When she returned she case her lot with her village sisters and rather than seo them humiliated and made ridiculous by the election of Stroii entered the campaign with energy aud fought her husband politically as bit terly as his most desperate enemy The Wouion Let Her Go When election day came there were therefore throe tickets in tho as tho Doran the Strong and the Brown tickets The women left the management of campaign on election day to their friends of the sterner sex and quite generally refrained from electioneering and but very few of them voted only fourteen exercising their suffrages The men however took uuusual Interest in tho contest and pursuing the usual election day tactics mad9 the fight a close oae When finally tha polls were closed and tho ballots counted it was found that the woman had been successful and that to crown the victory Micawber Strong wns defeated by Mrs Browu New Adiuinstratiou The city administration then for the en line year is composed as folio ws Mrs W H Kelly Police T S Greer City S E Stewart Mrs WE Enart Mn R G Holdeu Mrs Nat Ross Mrs H G Brown Mrs W H Kelly tho nsw mayor is probably the youngest mayor in tbo country being only 33 years of age She is a native of Johnson county and has been married three years jSha believes iu womans rights though she sayssho will not allow her official labors to with her home duties She is the of a young feaby which will preside m pyer the council meetings She is with L and intelligent bright p Police Judge A C wiu dispense justice in Airs T fa very young the police court of Von only 82 years of age u lived in John Buren county Iowa bui is also bright son county for ten years Su to inquire vivacious and quite too inks and Into tho merits of the cases of djv much rags Sho says she doesnt know v to about the law but she does know whai right aud what is wrong and she will trust to her womans instinct to do justice to all comers She will enforce the laws to the letter If there is a penalty to be imposed jt will be imposed aud not to be remitted either to use bar own words VFhat is the use of fining a man and then remitting his fine They must pay up or break rocks when Im judge Among i ue members of the council is Mrs Brown the wife ol the Brown whose re venge so signally miscarried Sho is young and the mother of a family Mrs Stewart is tho matron of the council Sho is oa the t other side 50 and will have a subduing ef fect upon the youthful major and her conn cu companions Mrs Ewart is a widow the mother ot the regulation number oi shildren au urckrit equal suffragist ind is elated over her political acqture nents Mrs Holdea is a youns woman of Mily S5 years ol age and the mother of three children Shis the daughter of Coupcil womau Stewart Mrs is the wife of exMayor Ross who defeated Brown at the 1 election a year ago Sho is SO years of 1 and the mother of five children Feminine Candidates for Fhat Thfl fiirht for offices Is moment disconcerted but recovered in tantly and a dangerous flash lit her ag bo remarked Iguess lean manage that f I have to WATCHED FOR THE EXPLOSION The Blowing Up of Hie Anthony Powder Mill Hear Xegannee MAHQUETTE Mich April about fltteen minutes after 9 oclock Tuesday even ng the mill of tha Anthony Powder compa ny located about one and a half miles from Segaunee blew up and the shock of tho ex plosion raised havoc with tha glass in Ne aunee buildings shaking tne entire town Twenty minutes after the first explosion a second hardly less severe again shook the town but did not do as much damage as tha flust Knew What Was Coming Fully half an hour before tha first explo sion firo was noticed in the direction of the companys mill and prepared all for what followed Those who were watching the flames finally saw a bright flash imme diately followed by a terrific shock which shattered half the glass on Iron street after which a groat cloud of smoke arose ovor the scone Tho second explosion was also seen from the city and prosanted the sam3 ap pearance and immediately after the first explosion one of the employes of the com pany started out to the works The Walchmnn Not Killed Ho was just drawing near when he saw the flash of the second explosion and throw himself on the ground thus escaping injury No one was injured by the explosion The night watchman who has been regularly employed at thi mill was released two nights ago The firo ii supposed to have originated near the boiler BUCHAN WAS TOO QUICK A Jealous bat Separated Husband Prob ubly iBtaHy Shot MINNEAPOLIS Miun April evening Joseph P Anderson was probably fatally nouudiii by G R Buchan a civil engineer from Pittsburg who was walking with the formers wife Mrs Anderson had been separated from her husband but ha was still jjalous oE her Buchau and Mrs Anderson were out walking when they were joined by Anderson A quarrel ensued and Anderson drew a pistol Buoaan was too quick and shot him twica Anderson then fired several shots but apparently without effect At last accounts Buchan had not been captured The Base Ball Field CHICAOO April scores at bass ball are given bslow At New S New V at 2 Boston 5 at T imrg li Pittsburg20 at Ciuiiirati 6 Cincinnati 0 Brotherhood At New phia 1 New York 8 al 7 Boston 10 at 3 Pitts burg 4 at game American At 11 Syracuse 10 at T Brooklyn a at 3 Louisville 2 at St LouisToledo gome grounds Western At 9 Minneapolis 5 at St Paul 11 Des Moines 12 at 2 Sioux City 5 Kansas game rain Xotlco to tt Gladstone Alan LONDON April The Nottinghamshire miners comprising the constituency of Mr Edward Ellis Gladstonian member of Par liament for Rushcliffe have served notice upon that gentleman that unless he will give bis unqualified support to the move ment for a general working day or eight hours they will consider that he has for feited their confidence Mr Ellis has not yet replied to the notica Four Dollars for Nine Hours NEW YORK April A special meeting of the New York branch of the National Granite Cutters union was held Tuesday night in Clarendon boll and resolutions were adopted to notify all heads of city de partments that hereafter union granite cut ters will request par day nine hours to constitute a days work five days in the week and eight on Saturday Bold Robbery at Boston BOSTON April was discovered yescerday morning thait Hugh Careys tailor shop in Hamilton placs was robbed of goods valued at between the hours of and 10 oclock Tusday evening at a time when hundreds of people were passing by into Music hall near by In the dust on the floor were found the footprints of two large m ep and one small nmn Features of the Bill Which Has Beon Service Pension Bill Days Work In Coilgrosi Report on Kailway Relations with Dance at tlie White Apologlies to tlie South WASHINGTON CITY April caucus of republican members of tbe housa last night was more harmonious than any of Hiusa that have taken place recently Hen derson of Illinois prasided The silver ques tion was brought up by Conger of Iowa who stated that the subcommittees of tho senate and house had come to an agreement which had been npprovod Ly the caucus committee of the housi The caucus eoin mittoe he said had prepared a bill which covered all tho amendments agreed to of tlto Compromise BUI The Lill provided for the purchase of 4 500OOU ounce of diver bullion per mouth and that te iniWon cvrjjficates shouid be redeemable in lawful money of tho United States ly the secretary of the treasury but no greater nor lesatr amcunt of notes shall be outstanding at any lime thau the cost of tho silver bullion m tha treasury provided that the screuiry may in his discretion ox change for snU silver bullion notes an amount ot silver which shall be equal in value at market price on the day of the ex change of ihe notes Mny Htiy Foreign Silver Bullion Tho bill allows tho secretary to purchase both foreign and domestic bullion It also repeals provisions of tho present law which requiro the coin igo of not less tli in 2000 OM dolirs each month Section 5232 revised statutes aud section 4 of tha na tional banking law in relation to mousy now hold in tile treasury are incorporated in th bill After n discussion of n hour or so tiJ caucus cnniniTtio bill was arjraal to with only sixdisuntin rotes MurrlHs Service Tension Thmatter of nas isi tnkn up and tftcr a short discussion thcuiT in ilorso 1 ibo Morrill iiil This bill gruurs a pci oC jW par mouth to iioldUirs who sjrvjd ninety days in tho war of itio tvb M lion an 1 wlu havij reachd the age o ya iri Debated u Nttllotml liliclimi The ot pnsing sonuj national elecion Uiw was brought forward und Lodge urged the adoption by thj caucus of his bill placing the election of representa tives in congress under national control Loiufe was followed by Rowell of Illinois thd chairman tbe elections committee who arUid iu avor of the improvement of supervisor systjui is a means of cor rijcting election eviU After further dis and cvmui to any con jff U cUKUS adjourn null nXt TuUy il i fi M FOUND QUILTY OF MURDER triUiun E Purdy to Kuilf or Killlnc Samuel gjnCAGO April the case of Will iam E Furdy who has bom on trial here during the past week charged with murder ing Ijamuel Relninger near Hammond Ind Ifft September the jury late yesterday ernoon brought in a verdict of guilty and fixed his punishment at death Story of the The crime for which Purdy must suffer death wius the murder of Samuel Reininger committed Sept 16 last in the woods south of Lake Calumet Tho victim was a boy scarcely 20 years old who left his home in Johnstown Pa to see tha world He met Purdy who was eight years his senior in Mansfield O and after spending two weeks there tha two came to Chicago According to Purdy they wero looking for work and seeing the town They made two hunting trips one to KXusington Sept 12 and the lost to WTidwixxl Sept 16 Roiniagers body was found thj next day by Farmer Reich with two bullet iu the hiad the skull fractured in three places and tbe face disfigured so as to be almost unrecoguizi ble Caught Tinought a Scrap of Paper Apparently everything by which tho body could be identified had been removed but a thorough search of the dead mans clothing a day later revealed a little jrumplod piece of paper on which was the idclress ot Edith Kyner 5S Sugar street From this girl the beginning of tha connection between Purdy and Rein uger was learned and tho rest soon de veloped She had given the dead man her address iu Purdys presence A revolver fonnd in tho dead mans hand put thnro in a vain attempt to give rise to tht theory of suicide she identified as Purdys More Goods Marked and Placed Our Counters1 All at Wet Goods Prices Upol W R The Hatter A K SlIHOVKli Logansport CHAS M CROSS Formerly irtth Sohnull Co LOOKING FOR STIRRING TIMES A South Carolina Town Which Slay Fur nish a Lively Item NEW YOBK April Cottageville S C special says J D Eisner was merciless ly oowhided last Friday by Frazier Koger J W Lemacks Sr aud Andrew Lemacks Lemacks charged liisher with circulating a report n gainst Miss Lemacks which ho do nied The assailants were arrested and have been bouud over but have not secured bail yet Rishors Gather In Force Meanwhile forty of Rishers friends have collected liro from miles around They are mostly heavily urraecl Their avowed in tention is to whip the three prisoners as they whipped Rislier Rishers forty impulsive young friends are holding n council of war they remain here tha guard is inadequate and they will get them anyhow Altogether there appears to be a rough time ahead for the prisoners Have They Just Found It Out CHICAGO April peculiar bill for divorce is that filed by Grace Woodward who married Edward Woodward at Quincy 111 Sept 12 1SM7 They lived together until July 1 KM but Mrs Woodward now up th chain that thj marriaga ii illegal CiiltS ii CIGARS CIGAR JOBBERS il Maryland Sonet iQdtanapoU Imported Key West and Domestic Cigars Fine Goodi a Specialty State Agents for FUMAS THE GRAND an other Fine Goods The above Kirrn will be reprcdonteti by Fred Dykomrtn iu this vicinity Death of Georgo Cornell DDBUQUE la April Cornell who was shot by J J Grinnell died at North McGregor Tuesday night He never recovered consciousness after tho shooting and never utteroJ a word Mrs Grinnell the cause of the tragedy is dangerously ill at Clayton McGregor and the physi cian holds but little hopes tor her recovery A Chicago Mau Missing CHICAGO April R Davidson an insurance agent doing business iu this city is missing He is supposed to have been thrown into the river by thugs who first drugged hini and then stole some valua ble diamonds and which he is known to have had with him His hat has been found on the river bonk Refugee from the Submerged Landt La April 24 town is filled with people from tha submerged coun try sonia bringing their families Mid cattle for safety others seeking lumber and mate rials to keep out backwater Many from Grand river and the interior ace camped along Bayou Another Mulhattan Story SPBINOS Wyo Apr U 34 wai Bex in the coal mine fire taflft noloss oi nor even any serious day night mlna was sialed to to the men i tineuish the fire o Cur A Challenge v a meeting PHILADELPHIA April v yesterday of the Siberian association George Kenrian said respecting ere ex that his stories of Siberian cruelty v aggerated that all his assertions were l on official documents and ha would go K fore the prison congress which is to meet at St Petersburg and prove his st temeats if tha Russian govern ment would permit him to call his wit PAS5ED THE OKLAHOMA BILU The Heunii tho Treasure to the House Talks iBHivor ov Cm April 24 reported to the snaia yeitTlay ameul menlsto tha diponmtui appropriation bill giving th titlo ot aninassvtor to tho minis tars to Englairl FiVnc1 Germany and Russia also vakinj salaries as follows Turkey Dnmirk Greece Rouanmia and Bervii increase of S3500 for tha firt two and SI000 for the others Reagan spoke in favor of his bill re pealing all laws fur iJtiremont of army and navy oflicrs with piy The conference re port on tho Oklahoma bill was then takon up debated and adopted sending tho bill to the president There were only five Cockroll Pugb Gray and Vest The bill to apprapriata for a statue to Gen Starke at Manchester N H was considered but a vote on its passage re vealed no quorum aud the senata adjourned Tho house ostsnsibly had tho legislative executive and judicial appropriations up for discussion but the whole day was spent in making speeches for the country on southern outrages and comparisons between Democratic and Republican administration The pending motion to strike out the clause for clerks for senators was defeated With out further action the house adjourned COMPLAINS OF CANADA Culloms Report on the Question of Canadian Competition WASHINGTON CUT April Cullom has finished his report on the inquiry by the committee on interstate commerce into the relations of the railroads of the United States aud Canada and whether discrimination is made by Canada in respect to American vessels on the lakes or canals Tha report finds that American rail roads are seriously affected by the com petition of Canadian lines heavily sub sidized also that unjust discrimination is made by Canada against American ves sels on the lakes in the matter of entrance and clearance fees and that American ves sels do not receive the rebates on canals in Canada granted to Canadian vessels Tlie interstate commerce law is shorn of many of its benefits to American citizens by reason of this state of facts and the govern ment should take action accordingly her ilf is mar n i y ijury to thu vvumuu U o exercise tho oi tin urnnarrio 1 Sho asks for an injuncUon restraining him from mo lesting her A Chicago AVoinun with Grit CHICAGO April Mrs John Furls of 245 Fulton s reet uigUuguUbud Tues day afternoon by capturing a thief siuglo haniloil aud dragging mm along the street until she met a policeman Mrs Furie dis covered a man making his exit through an open window with a bundle of clothes under his arm Sho promptly seized aim by the shoulder and hauled him back into the room He marlo no resistance until he had been taken the distance a block when he tried to break aivay but Mrs Furie held on uutil a policomrn cani3 to her assistance THE MARKETS Will Von Lawn Mower OK A Gasoline Stove A a rritlo More tha Factory Prices Tho above cut shows the Circulation of air in our Alask Refrigerators from which we guarantee a PURE DFO COLD AIR For Sale only by OTTO ME1NSHAUSEN Secretary ISJaine Explains WASHINGTON Crrr April Elaine Tuesday directed a message to be ssut to the various committees in the south that had prepared to entertain the delegates to the International American conference expressing his regret that the southern ei cursion of the conference had to be aban doned but there wouldl hare been but one foreign delegate in the party after leav ing Richmond and a great uncertainty whether oihers would join later He thanks the committees sincerely for the hospitality they extended and the trouble taken to ar range for their entert iinment Several re plies have been received regretting the ne cessity which compelled abandonment of tbe tour A Dunce at the White Bonae WASHINGTON Crrr April first White House dance for many years took placa lost night The invitations were issued by Sirs McKee the presidents daughter and read from H to 12 Everything appeared in good shape and the expressed opinion was that things looked charming The east room was handsomely decorated Around the long room banked against the wall were masses ol palms aud grams3milax entwined the ol the chandeliers and the man tels were hid in bunks of choice cut flowers TUa carpet was covered with linen whiah a smooth surface for the dancers until 1 oclock in UuicAOO April 28 Quotations on tho board of trade today Tere us follows 2 May opened 9s4e rlosisd SSifer June opene1 and closed 8Sc July opened SflJSc closed Corn No 3 Slay opened SJc closed June opened and closed July opened and closed irEMc 2 May opened closed June opened closed Julv opened 24c closed opeiied closed S1310 July opened closed 81335 opened 16 closed SO2 Live stock yards report the fol lowing riuse of prices opened rather active with prices 60 lower grades rough packing mixed lots heavy packing and shipping lots Produce Elgin per Ib fine creameries daries finest fresh fresh packing Block Strictly fresh He per doz Dressed Chickens 9M310c per Ib turkavs IftaiOc young hens ducks ISgiHc Apples Fair lo choice per bbl Now York NEW YOBK April 23 red winter E4ic cash do Slay do June do July i mixed 46c cash do May Juce do July steady No 2 mixed cash d Sic do June 30c and OUMU nal and notoiaal PorVr Quiet mess for hew Dull May S657 July J671 August best quality life other grades uteady at 8330ffl49ft cows anil mixed Sl40j4330 stockers and feedefs 390 grass Teians t26QJI3SO Sheeppflllj lower muttons S450S600 corafcd west erns J50O3585 lambs Live stock IQq steers per 109 Ibt bulls cows 8hee weaker lambs steady B70 per 100 Ibs clippod yearlings f steady itio ibs EDELWE1S Equal to any Imported Beer Made Deligh full Beautiful Try THE LOGANSPORT GDI Edelweis Beer made from the Best Ii ported Hops and the Finest Select Hi Malt to be had Warranted Pure and Ol On Draught in all Places ToDaj Five Drives In lOT FITZGERALD 3l Wlutti ttie BUlidp Been aDolnc LOKDOS April 34 dispatch from Rome j says tbat Cajrdinal San Felics archbishop of Naples has grievously offended the pope and hen been notified of his removal trom his see He will be succeeded by MgrAg nuncio at Munich Cirta Dody Found H Y Ajaril body Petersoa who mysteri of Florence Lilb Vom her on the ously diiappsared i i tha cresk erening of March 24 wu parents borne The body A pontmortam examination 228 Market St Telephone No BAKIN uperior excellenaepiOTen in mOUau of Eomea for more than a quarterot a centnrylt omea for more an a q 3r Swd toy the BtatM UntventUd Heawhful does not R B WHITSBTT Dealer in the Popular ygbtRuniig Doiesik Sewing Macki The cxDnstantly increasing demand tori Domestic proves fts excellence and many satisfied customers will tell you the Domestic is the machine to buy R B WHTTSETT 1 OFFICE 529   

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