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   Logansport Pharos (Newspaper) - April 28, 1890, Logansport, Indiana                                LOGANSPOBT DAILY PHAROS 15TH YEAR MONDAY EVENING APKIL 28 1890 SO 311 JOHH GRAYS FLAMESIN A MINE Four Men Go Down to the Res cue of a Boy Qn Laee Curtains Laces Etamine Pni aid Color K Scrims rnncy irapories Etc Also a full line iPin and Trlmminsfs of Window Dado Poles ent Upstais D IOLASSOPKKV HOUSE OIMAN MASACEIt OSB XIOII1 WEDNESDAY APRIL 3O urH puny the mantltrUli Druiini nm WELL A Coniponliui rhiy lo Ivy Leaf Company liuiliiillng the CAUGHT BY THE PATAL PERE DAMP Oe Dead Another DyliiB a Tuird Has n JloK Boyit Body Be Rescue from a Burning HieiiM at trous Flood In In AT Storm at Baltimore Huvoc with tlie Glass HANCOOK Mich April 3 oclock yesterday morning flames were discovered bursting from shaft No 3 the North Hancuck mine They were partially ex tinguished and Capt Joseph Herbert John Thomas John Rowe and Thomas Bell volunteered to go through the smoke that filled the cutting in search of JohU Williams a pumi boy Bell was the last man to go down Tin U arnliK Cry Unheard As hi reached the ladder ho yelled to the others Come back the gas down there is too thick There was no answer and it was evident that the three miners had been suffocated Tying a scarf his head John Pentecost went down alone through gas that extinguished his lamp He found Thomas with his clothing burned off and his legs frightfully roasted Rowe was dead and Herbert nearly so but will prob ably recover Thomas will hardly live llocly Recovered The lire in the lower levels of the miue did not entirely die out until yesterday afternoon when Williams body was found SUO Cunt from the surface apparently drowned by the floods of water that were poured in The fire is suppased to have been caused by tlie boys entering a gas pocket with a lighted candle although there are suspicions of incendiarism A DELUGE ATDALLAS TEX JSvcr M Are most favorably kno throughout the United States for their correct shape ele gant fit comf 3rtand as they are excellent wearing Corsets arc the most econo mical Call and buy For Sale at WILER I WISES Ret Uivc Dry Goods Hnuse Will Cure Your Headache S 17HRL7I1TS 12thSt Dma Store REAL ESTATE For sale n residences on nrondway For sale 10 on Spcnr street For saleone Stone and two Frame residences on North Mrect For sale two resiiliuces on OsttKe street For sale resiliences on Pratt niul Cbippewa streets For sale rosllenctson street For sale a brick resideace ou Broaiiwny For sale or triule residences on the North and South side To trade 4 good furies for dwelling property To trade 3 good farms for business blocks To trade a stock of DO Goods for n good To trade a stock of Dry for town lots To trade n desirable residence In Franct8 vllle for property In the city Will pay the difference in price To trade a No J Steam Grist Mill with ill the modern The mill runs day awi is In KOOfl location tor u trood laitu Wanted lots in nil parts tho city to sell For sale desirable residences on Miami and Cfclppewa streets For sale a desirable residence on Ninth St To trade n business block for n good farm For particulars enquire of M M GORDON Pension sod Seal Bstato Roonr Nc S Klllott Block tojfUisport Inil flood Sea ot Water XKW ORIKAXS April Times Democrats Dalias Tex special says The most destructive Hood even known iu the history of north Texas is now passing through the Trinity The great rain on Friday raised every tributary of it far out of their banks Saturday and Saturday night it rose rapidly and at 10 yes terday morning passed the highest water mark in fifty years In front of this city it is two miles wide extending to the foot of Flanders Height west and to Oak CliH south of the city On the north all resi dences from a hundred yards beyond Coch raiuj street are submerged some to the second floor and others to the attic No Ilvcx Lost No one lias been reported drowned All Saturday night and all day yesterday they have been moving to higher ground Backwater extends far up to the north side of the city while on the south houses are submerged us far up as Ward street north On the south ami in front of the ulty there is one vast ocean thirty and forty deep uud it is still rising and will so continue until at least Tuesday Its hfts never been seen ik iu Peril All oil ill the Texas Trains Misnouri Pacific the Santa Fe acific the vvitu not running west nd the Greem Uu city yesterday Wash north or south ot L i along the lines but uts are reported ai ly around the city he worst arc immediaU the bridges angs of men arc watci Njplng off the jver the Trinity river and ki she waves drift Last night the crest of bridges acked six feet of the flooring the n the city but the Santa Fe Cent H iridges below town are reported su merged News from the surrounding coun ry is bad Small bridges have been de stroyed by the deluge indeed few are left Tho Will Not Sillier The destruction of crops will amount to ittle or nothing for as soon as the water goes down they will grow again Ihe storm of Friday will be a memorable one It extended from the Indian territory to the gulf and from Marshal to Abilene There was not a stream however small or great that waa not raised high above high water mark At many points there were hurricanes of wind and one genuine cy clciie Many houses were blown down but so far not a single life has been re ported lost Yesterday n north wind was blowing and tires were quite comfortable PHENOMENAL FALL OF HAIL Baltimore Experiences a Storm That Is Kntltleil to tlie Belt BALTIMORE April city ivas vis ited yesterday afternoon shortly before i oclock by hall of a size and desteuctiye power never before seen iu the city Tba hail went through thick panes of glass as if they weretissue paper and the amount of damage done by it can only be figured up when all the broken panes are counted Tjd the glasssetters bills are paid oO will run up into the thousands nii tones were like stones some of raggeu and sharp on the edtes as a steel Ue filial Ruin of cobblestones Hens esW were to them in size liens egp as a mans Many ot were large a Bossier fail to the pavement buit he was not badly hurt But for his coolness and presence of mind several lives might have been lost Pinked Up In an Open Boat XEW YORK April steamship Ceresi plying between New York and Hay tieu ports arrived here Saturday with seven of the passengers and crew of the wrecked steamship Italia who were picked up in the last stages of exhaustion on the morning of April 17 between Fortune Isl and and Bird Rock They were without food and water and had had nothing to eut for twentyfour hours when picked up The passengers were Mr and Mrs Hum phreys of Columbus O Mr Humphreys is a relative of the wife of exSenator Thur nian The remainder of the crew are all Slffcl A FIGHT FOR HALF DOLLARS The League to yult Competition with tbe Bull Ilecords CHICAGO April principle sub ject of discussion in base ball circles just now is receipts at the turnstile The rival ry between the League and Brotherhood in the art of coaxing the nimble half dollaz into the cashboxes of the two aggrega tions has been very active since the season opened and so far the Brotherhood seems to have been most expert in that branch o base ball enterprise Apparently incited thereto by this mournful fact the League has determined upon u change of pro gramme so far as this city is concerned a the opening games and has made arrange ments to open Tuesday instead of Satur day thereby avoiding a test of strength ii the fiild of money making on the sam day as the Brotherhood The Brotherhoot cpens Saturday as advertised It is of assertion however which Mr SpMding the League will re arrange its schedule so as to eut out a dates upon which League and Brotherhoo clubs play in the same city and substitut a schediie in which the populace can no choose which aggregation they will pa ronizo How They Stand as to Record The standing of the clubs of the fot principal associations up to the close playing yesterday is as follows Drcitlihbud T Buffalo Boston ChLcayo Ililluphlii New York on lost pc Tjonjfuci won 4 l 800 Boston 4 4 2 000 Plltsbuig 3 liOG Clnclnnfli 3 BIRTHDAY How the Pittsburg Americus Club Kept Same EADEES SPEAK AT A BASQUET loo riiKupWn H 400 Neiv York Brooklyn Clevelind 4 JOO lost p 2 01 2 Oof 2 000 2 3 500 Chicago 2 s 400 Brooklyn I 3 25U Western won lost Je Denver DOS Molnes MlnnepuHs Sioux City St Inul Mlhvuukcc Kansas Cilty American won lost pc Louisville 5 2 714 Kncliester n 714 Atbletlc Columbus 4 St Tonls t 3 Brooklyn l Syrucuae 1 ii 11 Aniencau At Athletic 5 Syracuse a at lyn 15 Rochester IS at ville 4 Toledo 3 at St Louis U Columbus 1 Western association At bt Paul 10 Minneapolis 3 at Omaha 3 Sioux City rfc at Milwaukee Milwaukee T Des Moines 5 at Denver Denver 5 Kansas City 3 At OmahaOmaha T Sioux City S at Mil 5 Des Moines 7 at 11 Kansas City S at bt Minneapolis 15 THE CONGRESSIONAL BRIEF Senate House Spends Five Hours Securing u Quorum WASIUSGTOX Cmr April the senate passed the lull to carry out the agreement with the Sioux Indians of Da kota for the sale of their lands appropri ating 1800000 also the bill to negotiate with the Turtle band of Chlppewas for the cession of their lands also the bill to pay A H Emery oi Connecticut for the use by tho government of his gun patents in creasing the amount fromS50000 to 875000 long debate took place over a joint reso A TI to accept the sword of Capt S C utiu his sou the latter to receive a Reed f L 4 no quorum voting on the reso medal bu nj over An executive session lution it wt which the senate ad was held ati journed Mgan presided in the Burrovra of Reed being absent house pro tern apeak took the at Pittsburg Allen ot sartor truble to deny that ne agt week Quay a thief in a appropria oommittee then tlie tt orde tion was taken up and a ihe tee rose antJ but on the fti and a count s present A call 01 and proceedings vote no quorum appeared tll J no quorum was ordered e u upon i upon tero counted five KSS sounded Uke fivllinc on tue iieip mnnv pnillini tjaUS IlVilliig wu L r storm came from tin r and swept to heavy artillery so many cannon leas earth west local in its t tho east with a rat U8 frightening people ing some of the auj lerstitu us tmi the day of judgmei had come those who were on th e streeto knocks and driving them into places shelter In the annex lail did even more seve ity Walls were swei t down roofed and the IUUOUB it ad other damage dont a ulable AN ARKANSAS CYCLONf DELICIOUS BREAKFAST DISH t In Reported to Have Blown Awfl Entire V tosons Killed LITTLE ROCK Ark Ap special j o The Gazette says that Yorkville a vil age a few miles south west of Cotton laut iu Woodruff coun iy was entirely blown away during a heav Jwind and rain storm early Saturday morn ing Hundreds of cattle and stock are rep irted killed but there was no loss of burnt m life so f09 as can be learned Many houses were over turned and the families uiirrowly esc aped death BRAVE DANIEL ROSSLER Ha Saves a UnMber of Hves and las a Narrow Escape Himself NEW YOBK April in the two atory flat house 2560 Eighth avenue early yesterday morning caused a panic al nong the twelve families occupying the bu2 Iding whose escape by the stairway was t off by the Barnes Some escaped by wl iy of the roof and others became block ttdl d on a defective fire escape Daniel roni of the latter obtained a rope and kw rered the women and children by it to theri The men then climbed down the same fhtetfM etbe the speaker jters to ma the previous declared carried It was 11 p m the house adjourned The Weather and tbe Crops WASHIKSTON CITY April 2SThe weath er crop bulletin for the week ended Satur day says Reports from the northwest in cluding the states of the Missouri and up per Mississippi valleys show that the week has been especially favorable for farm work and that the weather although dry in some sections has generally improved thti crops Corn planting is in progress in Iowa and Illinois The weather conditions were also favorable in the states of the Ohio valley and in Michigan although ex rains were reported in IndiaiBa Cold frosty nights have retarded growth in Michigan where fruit trees are m bloom in the southern tier ot counties Tlio Silver BUI To Be Puslied W ASHCKJTOX CITT April is the in tention of the Hepublican leaders of the house to force the silver question to a con clusion during the week The compromise silver bill will be the measure brought for ward and two days will begiven to its dis cussion voting on pasaige to take place immediately at the conclusion of tie de bate The MorriU pension bill which re failed to obtain a hearing under aion of the rules will be considered pushed to a conclusion Ghastly Thrift grave digger has n iwia mhriths imnfiaon poukar KeeA Comments on the Aoutlivrn Question and Advocates a ratlnml Election 51 Clurksou Talks of OeiuocruHn Work und poses tlie Civil Service niul tbe Fleridn TrotiWe PITTSBCRG April 3S The Americus club annual dinner at the Seventh Avenue hotel Saturday night commemorating the jirthday of Gen Grant was an event of more thaa ordinary interest After au in formal reception lasting one hour dinuet was served promptly at 7 oclock Among the guests of national renown er Reed Senator M S Quay Hon John S Clarkson Hon E S Osborn Hon John Dalell Hon Thomas M Bayne CoL Richard Murphy E W Halford Governor Beaver of Pennsylvania Lieutenant Gov ernor Davis of Pennsylvania Adjt Gen D H Hastings Senator G W Delamater Hon Robert E Taylorof New York and many others Koeil on the Republican 1arty The two principal speeches of the even ing were those of Speaker Eeed and Hon J S Clarkson Mr began by saying Your toast strikes the only possible noti of continued victory for the Republican party Continued victory we must have XoTas partisans but as patriots Not ou the past must be oureliance but on the future If today we are not in the forefront of hu man progress to have been followers ol Abraham Lincoln in the years gone by is a burning disgrace Progress is the es sence of Republicanism To have met Hreat emergencies as they arose has been our history To meet great emergencies as they shall arise must be our daily walk and duty or we cease to be Hanging on to old traditions is the business of the Democratic party And it does that busi ness well we can never rival it The Southern Question Prefacing his remarks on this issue by saying that he had not for years talked iu the house about southern outrages and wrongs not because he did not believe in their existence but because the remedy could not come from were only seventhhour from the peo ple Mr Reed said that the south denies that cheating atelections exists in that section So did it deny ihekuklux and other methods adopted to annihilate the Republican vote On this point he said I call upon yotf to note one singu lar while it existed every one ol these crimes against the government wits most solemnly denied by the southern press and southern people No mail denies them today Some Ilasii 1rlnciples us come at some principles which are fundamental in this matter A negro is a citizen of the United States He has just as much right to vote and have his vote counted as anybody on the earth That lit is poor and ignorant does not under the constitution put upon his neck the foot oi riches or of intelligence Manhood and not and learning the basis of our government We would like all our citizens to be learned we wish they were all rich but until they become both we will take the average of all of them as they are Nothing less than that would be government by the people While the south denies the frauds in elections the cheatiugs and the ballotbox stuffing sin gularly enough they justify them Why lefend them if they dont happen You cannot understand this on the principle of logic but you can on the principles o lying The Republican Keinedy The Republican vote of the south the Re publican party is entitled to under the con stitution whether that vote be ignorant 01 sensible If ignorant need it to offset the Democratic ignorance which votes in New York and other cities Why he asked should they poll their ignorance and we not poll ours He then asked What is the remedy and proceeded tc advocate a national election law Let us cut loose from the state elections do oui own registration our own counting and our owu certification Then the nation will satisfied Against this course nc constitutional objection can be urged Freed from all right of interference the south will have what they have longed power to work out their own pe culiar problem themselves and I venture the prophecy that the relief from outside pressure will break down the race issue Clarkson Strikes a Kote of Hon J S Clarkson spoke to the toast The Republican Press He said he be lieved the Republican press to form the stronpest intellectual on the conti nent find then proceeded The campaign of 1898 will he largely a newspaper cam and it has already begun Let us be say that the Democrats saw this the for any close ob i server must Have seen with interest and astonishment the marTelous man In which the Democratic party has been its lines in tho newspaper or latter days it has been jwn game In the large aey have captured nearly and illustrated papers If fhe Australian system was the thing lit us have it but he thought that in the south the Australian system was wanted for vot ing but an American system for counting Theie were a number of other toasts re sponded to and all the speeches were KSndly applauded It was midnight before the guests arose from thu tables and betook themselves to rest The hall was brilliant with the national colors and the counter feit of Gen Grant looked down on the guests from a numler of places on the vnlls The Day Observed at York XKvr YORK April The Grant Birth day association held a banquet at Delmon icos Saturday night to commemorate the anniversary of the generals birth Portraits of Washington Lincoln and Grunt adorned the walls amid decorations composed of the national colors About guests were present Among the speakers were Sen Sherman Joseph II Choate and C M Depew Mrs Grant was present FLORIDA AND UNCLE SAM Obstructions to Government Court Pro cesses To Be Met Vigorously WASHINGTONCITY April The presi dent Saturday sent a letter to the attorney general in which referring to the obstruc tion to the processes of United States courts by certain citizens of the counties of iSon Gadsclen Madison and Jefferson Florida he declares that a condition of things cannot be lunger tolerated He therefore orders the attorney general to instruct the United States marshal for that district to proceed at once to execute such writs as may be placed in his hands employing where resistance is appre hended such civil posse as may be neces sary to discourage or overcome such re sistance Calmness and moderation to gether with firmness and courage are pressed upon the marshal as necessary in the execution of his duties and be is to be assured that every resource iu the power of the government will be ex hausted to secure the proper enforcement of the law Boycotting Must He Bettten Tlie attorney general immediately act ed upon the above order sending to the marshal u copy thereof and assuring him that the tactics of boycotting employed by the malcontents and their friends by which they refuse horse hire hotel enter tainment etc to United States officers will not be permitted to pievent the exe cution of the writs and thai means will be Hound to transport and subsist said offi cers wherever their duties may call them A Florida Editor Protusts TACKSOXVIILK Flu April Editor Hawthorne of The TimesUnion publishes an open letter bo President Harrison stat ing that the people of Florida regard the presidents letter to Attorney General Mil ler with surprise and n deep seuse of injury They are convinced that the statements it contains about resistance to legal process in Florida must have been based upon mis information as to the actual state of af fairs iu the counties named which misin formation the editor says was proba bly given by United States officers whom it charges with partisan ship even to the judge declaring that he would bitterly persecute the Democrats He says the grand jury was composed nearly entirely of Republicans that whole sale indictments were found against Dem ocrats on unreliable testimony and that the people preferred to hide rather than submit to unfair trial The reports oi boycotting are denied and the editor says he has the statements of eleven of the mar shals posse that they were treated like gentlemen He closes by saying that il the court is cleansed of partisanship it will meet no difficulty CONGRESS AND THE TARIFF BILL Views of tho Members Ascertained by The Philadelphia Press PHILADELPHIA April Philadel phia Press presents this morning the most complete and careful poll of the majority in congress ever made by a newspaper The purpose was to ascertain the views of in dividual members as to the necessity passing a tariff revision and reduction bill as speedily as possible The result ol a careful examination of the interviews shows that a tariff bill will be passed be fore the adjournment this summer that the Republicans are in accord as to the general principles of the bill though some features ot it are not liked by individual members that the Democrats protest against the bill in a general way Summary of Ihe The result summarized is as follows To tal number of interviews 209 total num ber of Republicans interviewed 159 num ber of Republicans who believe that a bill revising the tariff and reducing the reve nue must be passed before this congress adjourns 20 number now ready to votu for the McKinley bill as it stands 141 number who believe the McKinley bill sure to be made satisfactory to the party and the country and passed 113 number who are not sure about it 17 Acute Labor Situation Iu Ireland L05TDOX April Irish railway strike situation is becoming worse rathei than better Labor disturbances in Ire land like social disorders in that country seem to assume a more bftter aspect than similar affairs in most every other country and it Is not improbable that serious More Goods Our Counters Marked and Placed Upon All at Wet Goods Prices DEWENTER The Hatter EDELWE1S Equal to any Imported Beer Made Delight ful Beautiful Try THE LOGANSPORT BREWING CDS Edelweis Beer made from the Best Im ported Hops and the Finest Select Hop Malt to be had Warranted Pure and Old Places ToDay UlJJ Will Sell Vou a Lawn Mower Mine Stove At a Trifle More than Factory Prices The above cut shows the Circulation of air which wo guarantee a PUKt R efrigerators from COLD AIR For Saleonly by OTTO ME1NSHAUSEN T6B Electric Exterminator dcstrojer of all kindaof Bulls Moathe and tr tuOV CflU DC Trade Mark No eradicated with a few drops It is not poisonous kills Instantly does not son or stain hotawt disinfectant and gives a pleasaDt odor Auy child can use It DIRECTIONS FOB USE For Beds and FurnitureSprinkle a few drops into he crevices where bugs frequent and on the clothes It will no injure them and will with water and sprinkle and you will save your ralnmbte ForPAninU of all KindsfPrinkle on the body and Jb well wiO the bands It wiU not dta color tie bair or feaUiCTS and will prevent them from falling out JTor Sale fcy all Drujesists Price Per Botnle Manufactured by ELECTRO CHEMICAL COMPANY CHICAGO A H SHROTEE Loganfport CHAS M CROSS Formerly with Schnull Co bo In daily reading city 1400000 copies oi papers are printed daily Less em are Republican This Democratic papers taking of things and the being edu unconsciously against the party of fathers In Boston the papers ut circulation are New England has largejy faith of the days of the war m jts newspa The saine is true of nearly every trouble will occur before the present diffi cnlty is settled The railway directors have determined to take advantage the legal rights possessed by them and have begun prosecutions against the signal men are who left the companys employ without the the formal notice required by law CIGARS CIGAR JOBBERS of the fhe Chinese eat the o moth pen Democracy has large city in the country also pressed its conquests to the agricnl In the last three or four years many of the farmers papers in the have become advocates of trade He closed remarks on the subject witi an appeal to the party to take notice of this state of affairs Tbe Civil Sorrlce Qnwtlon Proceeding to the discussion of civil service reform Mr Clarkson said The il West Maryland Street IndlanapolM Imported Key West and Domestic Cigars Fine Goods a Specialty State Agents for FUMAS THE GRAND and other Fine Goods The above Firm will be represented by Fred Dykeman In this vicinity t TI grave service reiuri months impllwn American theory is for frequent changes cuttog the hair from im DubUc offices and for every Amer ind selling the same defects warship Thrush the vessel to be put in commission come The Thrushs first pecteil will be to America and s under command of his Prince Geoilge of Wales j Jrrv April i is weather indications for thirtysix from S D m yesterday Fcrr I Far warmer weather aontherly in all public icau bov to have an honest chancewhether he it in polititeor elsewhere There no American sympathy for a lifeholding ciaB ta office and no real American sym pathies attend the present experiment of creating a profession of officeholders They do motbelieve in the English theory of sti Derior classes and Upholding classes All under their own control they chiiirige every years or four whether township dry district state or nation For warmer weather Tor p least expression in favor I believe the that the people favor office if submitted onM be rejected CREAM BAKING Five Drives In rawrloTeMseuenco prorenin roOKoni omes for more tlum a qparterof a eentorr t CANNEDGOODSj FITZGERALD FOLEYi 228 Market 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