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   Logansport Pharos (Newspaper) - April 26, 1890, Logansport, Indiana                                LOGANSPORT DAILY PHAROS 15TH YEAR SATURDAY EVENTNO APitIL 26 1890 NO JOHN GRAYS Qn THE CZAR SOFTENS Socialist Shevitch To Be Re stored to His Estates Nottingham Laces Etamine Plain and Colored Scrims Fancy Draporios Etc Also a full line of Window ShadesPlain and Dado Poles and Trimmings Department Upstairs ilfS mtiNO insma At most fftvosablv known thro tho United States for their uct shape ele gant fit comf Drtand as they are excellent wearing Corsets arc tho mostecono rrvcal Call and buy For Sale ni WILER W1SE2 Bee HiveDry OnocU House Mm Sridlitz Powders Will Cure Your Headache OE1NTS SOMAHTIO STOBT OP TWO LIVES HU EmlmvLe of Socialism Leads to Exile and the Loss of Ancestral Wife n Kustiian Princess Whoso Experiences Aru Full of Inter GlrliHli Love and Forced Mar Nobility and Deatli in Duel NEW YORK April was stated yesterday by frunds of Sergius E Shevitch uobleiuan Socialist and editorinobief of Tbu New York Volks Zeitung that he had been forgiven his political opposition to Russia and would be allowed to take posses sion of large an cestral estates in the land of the czar They say he will re turn to his native country soon Mr Shevitck bad not been at bis offlce in two days and had left his hotel in Hoboken for the country At The 8 E SHEVITCH Volks Zsitung offlce it was that Us was absenting himself t avoid reporters One of bis editors said that he knew that negotiations between the Russian authorities and Mr Shevitch had bseu going onfor some time and had beard that the story oftho restoration oE Mr Shovitehs property was true Eventful Career of tho Socialist Mr Shevitchs life hns been a most event ful one while that of his wife who was first married to a prince is full of romance Sorgius E Sheviteh was educated at Stutt gart and Guttenburg and is 42 years old After leaving college he was made an at tache of the Russian legation at Stuttgart which position he lost because he embraced Socialism His brother at the time was governor of tie province of Lisland Russia in which tbe family estates were located When the elder Sbevitch died the governor got his share of tho estate but the other half belonging 12thSt Drue Stored D IOLANS OPEUA FCOUSE WM DOLAN MAXVGEll OWE ALLEGEDKANSAS RASCALITY New York Herald Speclut That the tar Marks of Mulbatton NEW YORK April special to The Herald from Paris Tex gives details of a fraud which has been practiced n Stevens county Kansas upon the char able people of the west On account of lort crops last year many farmers were ft in need ot the necessaries of life A re ef committee was formed and an appeal or aid sent out To this a generous re ponse was received in the shape of provis os clothing etc The 200 distressed funT ies were soon placed beyond want SHrowdllj Managed for a Fact Then according to The Herald special a umber of rascals managed to get possession f further supplies as they came in and dually organized a stock company to dis osa them and pocket the proceeds These en have filled their smokehouses cribs nd cellars with meat corn oats wheat and otatoas given them by charitable strangers des realizing considerable money on ar icles which they sold It is openly charged liat the Stevens county relief committee was organized to speculate npon the chari able proclivities of the people of the eoun ry The fraud has been very shrewdly nanagecl and even the people of Kansas are iot aware of the swindle THREATS OF ASSASSINATION ladfi Against Somebody on The Wewlorlt Evening Post Staff NEW YORK April comment caused yesterday by the appearance in The Evening Post of u letter from R IV Gilder editor of The Century to the effect hat he had been aware of threats being made to kill somebody on account of The osts publication of charges against polit cal leaders Mr Gilder was seen last night ind admitted that he knew of such threats iut would uot say who made them He had written the letter as a warning and from a sense of duty ns a citizen He was not n politics and had no personal interest in he matter Dismissed THose Godkln Cases NEW YORK April grand jury las dismissed the three complaints for libel made by Civil Justice Peter Mitchell and deputy Commissioner of Public Works Bernard F Martin against Editor E L jrodkiu of The Evening Post WEDNESDAY APRIL 3O H Powers Company presenting the Ho mantle Irish Dranm FAIRIES WELL A Companion Play to the Ivy loaf A Strictly FirstClusi Company including the Talented Irish Comedian fLaty of Johnson Jt Slnvlns Minstrels A Car Load of Scenery A Powrrful Dra matic Company Heploto with Now Songs nnu Dancce Pruiluctlon samp us at tbe 14th street Theatre Now York Scale of 2Sc Parquet CIrolo T3c on sale at SOc REAL ESTATE For sale 11 residences on Broadway For sale 10 resilience on Spenr street For snleonc Stone and two Frame residences on North Street For sale two resiiUnces on usage street For sale residences on Pratt and Chippewa For sale resHencg High street For sale a brick resliionre on Broadway For sale or trade residences on the North and South side To trade 4 good lor dwell Ingproperty To trade 3 good anus lor business To trade n stock of Dry Goods for a gooa To trade a stock of Dry G ods for totm lota To trade n desirable residence in Franoea villo for property in the city Will pay tbe difference in price To trade aNo Steam Grist Mill with nl the modern improvements The raiil runs day and Is in good location for n good farm Wanted lots In nil parts f tho city to sell For sale desirable residences on Miami and Chippewa streets For sale a desrablo resilience on Ninth St To trade a business bioek for a good form For particulars enquire of M M GORDON Pension and Real Estate Agent Room No 3 Elliott Block Lognnsport Ind Sbevitch was confiscated because he was nn exile from his native land und political enemy of the czar Soon after this for defoudius his brother the governor lost favor with tin aud was deposed from his high office Mrs Shevitchs First Love Tho eventful period of tho life of Mrs Shevitcb formerly Princess Helena Racowit za nee counters Donniges began in ISM in the court of Will iam I nt Berlin to which her father Count Do n n i g o s wus Bavarian min ister Al t Ii o u sr Ii not then 17 years oid sho nc countol one of the most beautiful women inGerm i uy She had a loaning toward Socialism at that early ago Ferdinand Lassali the groat suholir ant See iiiist wus tjiuu in the zenicb of hia famo met the fair Countess Helene and tby toll in lovj The countess parent would not consunt to her union with Las salle fearful thit it would cost them much of their social prestige and tho count bi high position because of Lassalles opposi tion to the government She Flees to LussuUe Priuca Racowitza with large estates ii Hungary was also nn urdont admirer o the youthful countess and to him he pagents promised her hand When th young woman hoard this sue fled to Las salle aud placing hrself under his protec tion sUebeggiid that he would marry her Lassalles strong sense of honor would no permit this Ha would marry her with he parents consent or uot at all and ho re turned the lovelorn countess to her father house The Bavarian minister did not ap predate the manly actfor bo at oncalockec his daughter up and put her on short ia tions which ivero to be maintained unt she gave her consent to marriage with th Prince Racowitzu Her Uetrotlied Kills His Rival The countess yielded in a few days an agreed to accede to her parents wishes This so angered Lassalle that he spok slightingly or the countess His won reached tho Hungarian princes ears and h challenged Tbe Socialist chos pistols and the due was fought on th banks of the Lake of Zurich Aug 31 186i Lassalle magnanimously Bred in the air bu the prince took careful aim His reached a vital spot and Lassalle died the next day Then the countess married tbe rince but be was even then a victim of onsumptiou and he lived less than a year to enjoy his triumph Disowned She Goes on the Stage The Princess Racowitza as shn now be came has since written a book My Relations to Lassalle The princess after ler husbands Tieath became more pro nounced in her Socialistic views and was disowned by her parents Then she took to the stage and starred throughout Germany and Russia in legitimate drama Her great beauty brought her many admirers among them Sergius E Shovitch He saw her first on tbe stage at his home in Lisland and was at once Shevitch Gets a Hint Soon after this his Socialistic tendencies alarmed the Russian government and be was removed from attendance at tho lega tion in Stuttgart and it was hinted to him that he had better become a voluntary exile if he would avoid banishment The Princess Racowitza favoring Sheviteh mar ried and then came to America in 2869 The princes was only 20 and still a great beauty and when they spent the few thousand dollars they had she got an engagement as a star land toured the country Their Settlement in This Country She accumuated a neat sum in a Jew yeanj and then she and Mir Shevitcb set tled down in Hoboken wtiere they hare resided tVhsn Mr Shevitchs father died leaving the large estates in Lisland his share was confiscated on the ground that be was a dangerous foe to the Russian govern ment Mr Sbevitch is the recognized lead er olf the Socialist in this country and has been for years connected with The Volks Zeitung a German daily paper which U owned by 800 Socialists WHITE HOUSE FUN Novel Entertainment in Presidents Home the ARRIVAL OF NOTABLE WOMEN flie VI o Former Tennle C Clallin nntl toria Woodliull in eH York NEW YORK April Cook and Mr and Mrs Biddulpli Martin arrived here yesterday by tho fi rave from England Sir Francis Cook is detained in London by busi ness but is expected soon Mr Martin told the reporters that there was no intention of bringing libel suits against Inspector Byrnes and certain newspapers as had been ru mored becauso of remarks made about Lady Cook and Mrs Martin who were formerly known in America as Tennie C Claflin and Victoria WoodhulL The sole object of the visit aside from recreation is to establish in New York and Chicago branches of the London banking house with which Sir F Cook and Ml Martinare identified Tho la dies declined to see the reporters BEIL BINGEES IN THE EAST BOOM A Select Company to the Tin tinnabulations of the for the Destitute Along the lilnndg Tariff Railway Question Decided Heathen Cliiiioo Ordered Hack to Their Own Country WASHINGTON Crnr April Harri son regime is likely to be noted for its novel entertainmenis Yesterday afternoon the E ist room of the executive mansion was temporarily tzansforuied into a showroom iu possession of the Royal handbail ringers who came over from Philadelphia for the occasion The president issued informal in vitations to the cabinet families and a few friends who chanced to call during the morning At 4 oclock the six performers arrayed as court criers made their entry The company at this time were all seated butby Mrs Harrisons request the opening numbers were not played until tho arrival of the president who was delayed in the office by important businsss Among the last to arrive was Mrs Morton The guissts were received by Mr5 Harrison Mrs Rus sell Harrison and Mrs McKeo A Blindfold Performance The leading performer arrayed in the cos tumo of Lord Burleigh created considerable amusement by his efforts to preserve his dignity aud his balance at the same time whil exercising the huge instruments of copper springs and india rubber which overy moment threatened to cause his down fall across the table into the midst of tho company In response to an encore the per former was blindfolded his head being en veloped in a cloth after which ho played a brilliant gavotte of his own composition entitled True Blue on the dulcimer with piano accompaniment At the close of the entertainment Mr Halford presented the performers to tho president who thanked them for the pleasure they had afforded Presented with Mementoes Mrs Harrison had presented each of them before their entrance to the room with broad white ribbon with tha date in gilt and at the end of each was fnstaned a lilac orchid as a memento of thi occasion Among those present wero Mrs Morton Dr Scott Lieut Parker Mrs Noble Miss Secretary and Mrs Rusk Miss Rusk mid Elaine Rusk Miss Wanamaker Miss Aimy Miss Petit of Philadelphi i Sec retary and Mrs Windom and Mrs and Miss Halford Mrs George Williams the Misses Upon Miss Jessie Miller Miss Katharine Thomas Mrs nnd Miss Dahlgren and Mrs Washington McLean IN SENATE AND HOUSE rvania lir Mr oodell and Ohio Mr Scott Tho bill ives a portion of the receipts from public and sales to agricultural colleges Will Send Them Back to China WASHINGTON Crry April secre ry of the treasury on the recommendation f the secretary of state and the attorney eneral has directed that the eighteen Dhinamen now in the custody of the marshal t Port Townsend Wash b3 returned to China direct at the expsnse of the United tates The Chinamen c line into the Juited States from British Columbia but if eut back there fears are entertained that ley might again find their way into the United States The President Promptly Signed WASHINGTON CITY April nrrisOn has approved tha joint resolution 532d by tho house and suiato appropriat ng for the relief of Musissiipp river ood sufferers DELICIOUS BREAKFAST DISH Kemrnlers Iron Nerve AUBURN N Y April Kemmler the man who is condemned to die by electricity next week shows no signs of weakening in truth he seems to note all proceedings and final arra igements with an air of abandon that shows him to be a man of almost iron nerve He does not allow himselfto con template his fate but busius himsslf in whistling singing writing his autograph and listening to his keeper road from the Bible or some popular periodical He takes port iu religious services daily with great fervor It Was Fvoualily a Good Trade HUNTINGDON Pa April Nora Diboss wife of a hotelkeepar at Roberts dale in this county eloped Thursday with a newlyarrived boarder named Emil S Chairio a Hungarian taking her three little children and J87U of her husbands money At Mount Union the husband over took the fleeing couple and demanded the return of his money He was tendered S50 of the money ic consideration of his wifes liberty which he1 accepted and the elopers and children at once took a train for the west John L Is Not Fighting toe Glory NEW YORK April to the proposition of the California Athletic club for a contest between John L Sullivan and Peter Jackson John TV Barnitt Sullivans managers said yesterday Sullivan will ac cept the offer on two conditions First the purse must not be win ner must take all of the money Second Sullivan must have a sids bat of at least 820000 and not more than 480000 Sulli van will forward his answer to the Califor nia Athletic club early next Their Votes Were Not Counted LITTLE ROCK Ark April seventyfive witnesses mostly negroes were examined by the ClaytonBreckinridge in vestigation committee yesterday Each of the negroes swore that he voted for Clayfeu for congress in the White River precinct in Woodruff county at the November election A recount of the vot3 in the White River precinct box showed 2iO for Breckinridge and only fortyfour for Clayton The majority of the negroes who testified were unable to read Looks Well for the Shipping Trade PHILADELPHIA April 20 is great scarcity of seamen at this port anc ablebodied man who know something 01 the sea are in heavy demand Entire crews have been brought from New York anc all the neighboring ports have been dLrawn upon but still the sailors boarding house are empty and rates pay have materi ally advanced Thawed Out the Driiamite Etc LEABVILLE Col April a la borer employed in the Rio Grande railway construction gang near here was thawing out some sticks of giantpowder yesterday an explosion occurred which throw several men some distance from the works One man was killed another cannot live and everal others were slightly injured A SixDay Bicycle Side OatVHA Neb April Prince the champion long distance bicycle rider of the world and Ed Reading the soldier who has done some wonderful riding in the past articles of agrement to More Goods Marked and Placed Upon Our Oounters1 All at Wet Goods Pricesj Further Damage at Cataaaqua AUJCXTOWX Pa April fire in tho ruin of tbe Unicorn Eiilfc mill at Cat asaque yesterday caused further damage to the ettent of 140000 a quantity of silk stonxl in the vaults being destroyed The to NORFOLK Va April new cruiser Baltimore left for a trip at sea yesterday moruing The ship presented a fine ap pearance when moving down the harbor and was saluted enthusiastically by tho shipping and by tho people who lined the ihotw eham pionship Blackburn and Iroquois Sold Tenn April the sale at Belle Mead yesterday the celebrated stallion Lake Blackburn was sold to Gen Jackson for also Iroquois to the same for Synopsis of the Doings in the Xatioua Legislature WASHINGTON CITY April bill wa reported favorably to tho senate jesterdaj authorizing the sale of llenominea Indian lauds in Wisconsin The bill making Glad stone Mich a point of delivery wa passed and the house amendment to th Lafayette Ind public building bill reduc ing the appropriation to was non concurred in The house joint resolutioi appropriating for the destitute in the flooded districts was passed The lam forfeiture bill was debated for a time bu went over Senators were so inattentive tho Call complained thereofJbs remainder o the session was devoted to eulogies of th late Representative Gay of Louisiana th senate adjourning at p m as a mark o respect Bills were introduced in the house For 550000 public building at Iron Mountain Uicb appropriating to pay priz money of officers of Farraguts fleet to es tablisb training school ships at sea coas and lake ports to place on the free list a articles bought in foreign countries by ex change therefor of farm products of this country and providing for any deficienc in revenue caused by this proposition b levying a tax on all incomes of more The senate antitrust bi was reported favorably without amend ment Petitions were received From mer chants oi Philadelphia in favor of mail steamship subsidies from dry goods men of New York in favor of classifying worsteds as woolens A joint resolution was adopted appropriating to help the southern flood to 24 In com mittee the legislative bill was again consid ered Amendments were adopted to the civil service clause requiring applicants to present official proof of their state residence and providing for the payment of the act ual instead of the necessary traveling ex penses of the commissioners The clause was then passed The house took n recess to 8 p m and at the evening session thirty private pension bills were passed and ad journment reached at INTERSTATE COMMERCE DECISION State Carriers May Select the Over Which They Will Forward WASHINGTON CITY April inter state commerce decision has decided the case of Bencet D Mattingly a distiller of Louisville Ky against the Pennsylvania company in favor of the defendant The Pennsylvania company operates the Jeffer sonville Madison and Indianapolis railway and a branch of this road lying wholly within the state of Indiana forms the only connection at New Albany Ind between the Louisville Evansville and St Louis con solidated railway and the Louisville New Albany and Chicago railway Preferred Its Own Road At New Albany the Pennsylvania com pany received complainants grain from the former company but refused to deliver it to the latter for transportation to Louis ville preferring to take tha freight to that point over the Jeffersonville Madison and Indianapolis its own road The pith of the decision is that while it is the duty of a stats carrier which engages in interstate commerce to forward traffic offered from a connecting line there is no authority under the present act to compel the carrier to for ward the traffic over a route not operated or selected by itself Testimonials Wanted for Stanley WASHISGTOS Crrr April com mittee of American citizens in London who are arranging for a testimonial banquet to Henry M Stanley have written to the offl cials of the government here and to the gov ernors of all the states asking them to send some trophy or decoration distinctly em dtutries of the several states and territories to be used for the decoration of the hall in which the banquet is given BISMARCK ON LASOtt Jo Still Believes in Blood and Irou ou Occasions LOVDOY April Herald publishes he report of au interview had by one of its epresontatives with Prince Bismarck yes The exchancellor said be would uot if it were in his power interfere with he workingmeu iu any way on May Day or would he display any anxiety which July increases the aggressiveness of the agi tators Is This for Kaiser Billys Meneflt Socialism he said would yet cause trouble u Germany and the man who would yield to hat element to prevent a manifestation was a coward It was some time an act of ben evolence to shed the blood of the riotous in lefense of the law abiding May Day was ot a dangerous enemy and the naming of t for nn assault ought not to be dreaded It vould only be a sham fight like the f the Salvation Army TERRIFFIC STORM IN TEXAS Forty Houses Swept Woman Dies of Fright GAINESVILLE Tex April terrific storm of rain and hail struck this city Thursday night deluging the streets to the depth of three feet and destroying over worth of property The clondburst was preceded by a four hours rain accom panied by thunder and lightning A which flows through the center of the town rose up and swept away forty dwellings but the whole city came to the rescue and only one life was lost Yesterday morning washouts were reported on all the railroads and all tratlic has been suspended on the Santa Fe Crops have suffered many farms being under water Mrs Gestimn died of fright while being carried from her home Base Ball Attendance and Scores CHICAGO April attendance at the Brotherhood and League games yester day W3S as follows 1500 Pittshurg 440 burg 51 Buffalo 2500 1940 Brotherhood 3021 The scora record for the day was as follows League A I Cin cinnati 10 at 10 Chi cago 5 BostonNew York and BrooUlyn Philaclelphm games Brotherhood At S Chi cago 10 it S Cleve land BostonNsw York and Brooklyn Philadelphia games American AU games Attempted Komovals Are CUeAp NEW YORK April tho trial of ODonovan Rnssa for libeling P S Cas sidy the latter totilij 1 yesterday that the first trouble he uad llossx was in when a bill was for the payment of to a man namLd Jiii Brown for attempt ing to assassinate Reti Jim McDormott Be tore this sensational testimony had bon ex plained the court id journe 1 Xjivod on Jfrnit and Nuts PHILADELPHIA April subsist ing for seventeen days on baninas and co coannts found on the island of Rio Seco part of the crew of the wrecked British schooner Bloomfiell arrived at this port Thursday from Santiago de Cuba on the steamship Kathleen None of the crew was lost THE MARKETS DEWENTER The Hatter Equal to any Imported Beer Made Delight ful Beautiful Try nin TCI Edelweis Beer made from the Best Im ported Hops and the Finest Select Hop Malt to be had Warranted Pure and Old OD Draught in all Places ToDay MHT Will Sell You Lawn Mower Gasoline Stove At a Trifle More than Factory Prices The above cut shows the Circulation of air in our Alaska Refrigerators from which wo guarantee a PURE DRY COLD AIR For Sale only by OTTO ME1NSHAUSEN CniCAOO April Quotations on the board of trade today ere as follows May opened SSlgc closed 88c June oyene I STMc closed EiVe July opened and closed o r May opened close 324c June opened closed July opened closed KMe 2 May ojwued and closed June opened 3tW closed Sic Julv opened i4c closed 23ic opened closed June opened and closed S1380 July opened and closed S13TO opened J610 closed 5 Live stock yards report the fol lowing range of prices opened active and firm with prices 5c higher lisrlit grades Sl10al35 rough packing 8410 420 mixed lots heavy packing aud Bhippin lots J4251J4JO and unchanged beeves bulk S390S423 cows and mixed 3300 stockers and feeders S273csa90 Texans grassers muttons cornfed westerns 590 lambs Produce Elgin per lbfine creameries daries finest fresh fresh packing stock Eggs Strictly fresh lie per doz Dressed Chickens per lb turkeys young hens ducks 12jil4e Apples Fair to choice S3UJa450 per bbl Sew Sork NEW YOBK April 2k 2 red winter 83c cash do Slay do June do July 3 mixed cash May 40KJB do 40J4c do July and steady Xo 2 mixed cash do May do June 30c May 8663 July J673 mes for new CASTOR IA for Infants and Children la so well adapted to children I recommend 11 superior to any proscription known to me HAABCBXB MD ill 80 Oxford Brooklyn N that 1 tion I Y I CwtMlA enna Colic Oaasttpatioa BOUT Stomach Diarrhoea Kill Worms sleep ud ptometm B Wi rio THE CESTACB 77 Murray Street K A tt SHHOYER Logansport CHAS M CBOSS Formerly with Schnnll Co CIGARS ghroyer Old and Tonn J Jakes Wife WiwTToBK April Jaike Van durbilfsi daoghbirinlaw Mary Vaoderbflt has discontinued her suit against ithe cap tain for alleged aliens tion of the affections of young The In FBTOF of Grander Education 1 WASHINGTON Crrr April delega tion of men interested in the passage of the MorriH educational bill before tba on eduwrtion yesterday morning Amoag them present were Grand Maiter Brifham of tiie National Grange President Folk of tbe Farmers1 Alliance Assistant Secretary TVUletts of the agri cultural department and the presidents of the following state agricultural colleges Mississippi Mr New Jersey Mr Indiana Mr Kentucky Mr Illinois Mr CREAM BAKING OIGAB JOBBERS Imported Key West and Domestic Cigars a Specialty State Agents for FUMAS THE other Fine Goods The above Firm will be represented by Fred Djkeman in this vicinity West Maryland Street Fine Goods GRAND and r It8 goperior excellence proven in roillicru o homes f or more than a quartercf a cenraryM JJstroneesiL Purest and most Healthfnl Dr prices Caun Powder does not contmJi Five Drives In CANNED GOODS FITZGERALD 228 Market Sit Telephone No 1O5   

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