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   Logansport Pharos (Newspaper) - April 30, 1890, Logansport, Indiana                                LOGANSPOBT DAILY PHAROS 15TH YEAB APitH 30 1H90 NO aia JOHH GRAYS Corner on In Ibf folliwliisf Gloria Silk Como Silk Henrietta Silk MIHItta Silk Century Silk French atin Fast KiacK Cotton Satin Boiders Scotch Ggms And all gndes In Coaon Rain Umbrellas The abovo ara made on tho Paragon Frame Plain and Fancy Gold Han dles RESTLESS TOILERS Progress of the Great Upheaval of Labor THE PIGHT YEET EOT AT CHICAGO Outlook for Carpenters Kot So Bright Old Ask Police Protection Packing Sure To Be Involved Men ialng Craxy Aliont tlie Europe All Torn Vl Marquis do Mores tliu OneTime Rnnchiuun in tlie IJastlle for Taking a Hand in tlie Fight CHICAGO April The arrangement be tween the striking carpenters and the new Bosses association Monday night was ap Plairi an 1 Fancy Silver rlanjplrently only a truce and is liable to be dies Plain atv Handlos Fancy Oxoclizod D OLAN3 OPEUA 1OU3K UOtAJK MANAOKIl USB SU1UT ONLY WEDNESDAY APRIL 3O II IuW fH nprtiny l nmntif Irish Uranin m soriil is the Uo Q TlllcnUMl I rlsll L arroJi 1itiof Including tllfc UAH A CHrLiinrf of Sireiicrv A IVwirful Dra villl Now SOIJKS mill IroilucMon miiiies ill tbi1 Hth street N v York IDMSOHS F11TIHC NUHSINO Aro most favorably known throughout the United States for their perfect shape ele gant fit great comf Drtand as they are excellent wearing Corsets are the most econo mical Call and buy For Sale at WISES fiee Elivc Dry Goods Ilnuse WILER Will Curs Your Headache 5 OBNTS B PHRL7I1T 12thSt Drue Store REAL ESTATE For sale 11 residences on Broadway Kor 10 on Spentstreet For enleone Stnnp mid two Frame residences ou North Street For sale two rositit nces oa Osagc street For solo residences im Pratt ami Chippewa streets For sale Hislistreet For sale n brick residence on Broadway for sale or trade residences on the Nortli nnd South side To trade 4 good farn s for ttwelling property To trade 3 good farms for business blocks To trade 11 stock of Dry Goods for a good fHrm To trade a stock of Dry G ods tor town lots To trade n desirable residence In Frances vlllc for property in the city Will pay the difference in price To trade a No I Steam Grist Mill wUh nl the modern improvements The mill runs day ami is in good location for u good farm Wanted lots in all parts ot the city to sell Kor sale desirable residences on Miami and Cnlppewn streets For sale a desirable residence on Ninth St To trade n business block for a good farm For particulars enquire of M M GORDON Pension and Heal Estate Agent Hoom No 3 KKiott Block Logtinsport Ind broken at any moment The Bosses asso Biutioii is striving hard o bring about per manent peace but until they establish the fact tbat they vomprUu u majority of the jn it is extremely doubtful if they w 1 HccomplLsh anything Tbe central concil of the carpenters bold a meeting afternoon at which it was de cided to continue the fight indefinitely ou the same lines that have already been trav srsfcd LuuoiidUlonitl Surrender lUeniunded President OCounell after the meeting id that there is no prospect of an imme diate settlement The fact in he said the men will consent to nothing but abso lute surrender The fact that the brick layers the and other branches tlie building trades have been so seriously affected by the carpenters strike lias aroused such a sentiment in favor of the latter that nothing short a complete sur render on the part of the bosses will evei settle the differences at snake These trades are us much interested as though it were their own strike and will use theii influence to make it successful No Clmiicu with tlie O11 Bosnian The strikers have censed to deal with the uld bosses association becfiuse they be lieve there is no chance to win a single concession as long as the presient condition of affairs is maintained President Gold hi of the old Master Carpenters association headed a committee of that body yesterday on a call upon the mayor for protection to nonunion men They presented a docu ment to his honor making serious charges against the strikers saying The strikers have behaved outrageously toward our workmen who are willing to work for us their lives have been threatened they have been intimidated beaten with clubs and brickbats Ijeen waylaid wllfeu going and coming from their work Their homes have been invaded and threats made to burn them down if they continued to work tor us or if theydid not join the union At least three of onr workman are lying at deaths door from beiug clubbed unmerci fully by tlie strikers The mayor promised to do the best he could KllVnt tin tlin lumbar Market The carpenters strike ms seriously af fected the lumber market at this port Lumber vessels have been lying at the lumber market from four to five days there being no sale at any price At pres ent there aro 10000000 feet of lumber on the market The stocks on hand in the yards show an increase of 12000000 feet of hardwood lumber over Unit of a year ago and a decrease of 30000000 feet of pine Humors of Other Strikes It was reported yesterday afternoon that the employes of the McCormiclc Har vesting Machine company were ready to strike on May 1 for higher wages and eight hours u day Sir Butler the general manageroftlu company stated to a United Press reporter hist evening that there isno foundation to this rumor that the men had made uo complaint and ns far as he knew were perfectly satisfied Several of the workmen however expressed their belief that tberu would be trouble on May 1 It is also re ported that the 1800 men employed by the Malleable Iron works will strike May 1 for the eighthour day The Packing Houses The stoct yards laborers union has serit an ultimatum to the employers demand ing eight hours a day aud 2 12 cents per hour increase in wages The packers will make uo reply to it They have fully de termined to meet a struggle which they believe will be Haul Chief Marsh acting under orders from Mayor Cregier who has had extensive interviews with representa tives of the packers has made full arrange ments to throw an extraordinary force of men into the yards at n moments notice He has also given Armour Swift Morris and others permission to swear in special policemen whu will do guard duty in the immediate vicinity of houses that will en deavor to run Chief Marsh acknowledged yesterday that lho situation at the yards is beginning to look very serious As to tbo Militia If there has been an order issued calling upon the militia to hold themselves in readiness in anticipation of trouble on May 1 the officers know nothing of it Col Zeigler of the Second regiment said Tiniteeniien on a Strike HANCOCK Mich April timber men and day laborers of the Atlantic cop per mine are on strike They have been getting about a month and have de manded a day Agent Stanton who in NTew York has notified the men that he will meet their demands but the men to resume work until he returns Dometic tabor Notes The carpenters of Poughkeepsie N Y will demand nine hours as a days work on md after tomorrow The striking workmen of 1 P Squires Co Boston are working up a boycott against the firm The master carpenters of Philadelphia at n meeting last night decided not to grant the increose iii wages Thirtysix contractors and builders at Maiden Mass have agreed CO the nine hour day from May 1 The restlessness of labor is confined to no part of the country north of Mason and Durons line All over the north the unions are moving for shorter hours and higher wages iLEETLE TOO FAST The President Puts the Brakes on Appropriations U mill SITUATION IN EUROPE Fomeiit Uu Mores Arrested for Ing Trouble April wellknown west ern ranchman Marquis le Mores who lately Lias become the ardent exponent of subversive doctrines and posed aa an act ive frioud ot the laboring man among the Socialists of Belleville was arrested here Monday though not without difficulty Along the Rue Tilsit and down the Champs Elysee which was at the time crowded with carriages und pedestrians returning from theBois went the marquis and his pur Biievs As the latter gained steadily on him M de Moves flnnlly decided to surren der and was arrested The marquis was examined and remanded yesterday He is treated as a firstclass prisoner He is charged with inciting murder pillage and arson and reqolt in the army What Was Found in tlie House Le Temps says that in the house of the Marquis cle Mores the police discovered printed pamniilcts and leaflets inciting the workingmcn to violence and that in the house of M Dumont they found a secret printing press together with a num ber of printed copies of a manifesto urging the troops to revolt on May day It is stated that the marquis and his friends were engaged in a plot to proclaim the Due dOrleans In this they were to be as sisted by the revolting of the Anarchists and Blanquists Irish Strikers 111 Trouble DCBLIN April of the striking signal men of the Great Southern and Western road who was prosecuted by the directors of the company for abandoning his post was tried yesterday olid found guilty The court imposed a fine of 10 pounds sterling upon him The prosecu tion against ten other signal men was withdrawn In consequence of this action of the directors Archbishop Walsh has published a letter condemning the directors and withdrawing his proposals on behalf of the men liiot at Glasgow LOXDUX April riot occurred in Glasgow yesterday owing to the refusal of the grocers of that city to accede to the early closing demands of their employes The disorderly movement was obviously not preconcerted as theseveral outbreaks which together would have resulted in se rious damage to property and possibly something worse occurred at points dis tant from one another As it was how ever many objectionable shops were stoned Urged to Strike for liberty VIEXXA April 80 tenpage Socialistic pamphlet bearing on its cover a picture representing workingmeii raising their eyes to the goddess of light has appeared here It contains pictures of the leading men of Europe and of the Socialist leaders Workmen are urged to strike for liberty on May day The police make constant seizures wherever the pamphlets are offered for sale Many arrests have been made yesterday that he did not believe any such order has been issued There is nothing to apprehend he continued from the parade of the workingmeu The only dis turbance at all likely to occur is from the Socialist and Anarchist factions The Men tiolug Mad Four carpenters whose minds have been unbalanced by the strike have been locked up in the detention hospital Thorwald Johnson n Swede who was on his way to the old country was taken off a Minneapo lis train Monday uight He was then a raving maniac talking of nothing but strike unions aud eight hours Ill kill every man that dout belong to the union is the continual cry of John Fraydencahl another unfortunate carpenter who was brought iuto the hospital Tuesday morn ing Frank Black of 7TT Ridgeway ave nue is despondent aud wants to take his life He jumped into the river but was fished out He is a nonunion man and says the strikers will not let him work William Watz is still another victim He is one of the strikers and is a carpenter by trade He talks of nothing but the strike and the 1st of May Will Go to Work at S Oclock MILWAUKEE April of the union carpenters in Milwaukee will go to work Thursday morning May 1 before 8 oclock The evasive reply of the Contract ing Carpenters association to the demand of the unions for the adoption of the eight hour day left the matter in an unsettled and unsatisfactory condition and the men have concluded to take the bull by the horns and inaugurate the new order of things without the assistance of their employers BREAKFAST DISH It Adopted Different Tactics PITTSBURG April supreme council of the National Federation of Rail road Employes met in this city at 10 Dclock yesterday morning After several hours passed in reviewing the action of the Icical committee the supreme council drew up a new list of grievances This list will be presented to the officials of the railroadai by committees of employes of the respef tive railroads and not by general com mitUe representing the ration Intense Excitement in Europe LONDOX April through out Europe over the labor demonstrations which are to take place tomorrow is in tense and there is a feeling that blood will be shed In Austria aud France nnd pro bably in Germany Everywhere extraor dinary precautions are being taken to sup press riots of workingmen and in France vigorous measures are being employed against the Anarchists Opposed to tlit movement BEULIX April vote was token among the employes in twentyfive foun dries in Chemnitz sesterday on the ques tion of observing May day as a holiday The result of the voting was that two thirds of the men signified their opposition to the movement As Chemnitz is Socialist stronghold the vote is supposec to indicate that the bulk of the workmen are apathetic Bayonettod Turbulent Strikers EKXA April serious labor riot occurred at Frnukstadt Moravia yester day The workingmen pillaged a factory aud resisted the troops who charged upon them and wounded many with bayonets How They Treat Biciters In Austria VtEXXA April of the rioters arrested here were sentenced yester day to imprisonment or terms varying from eight mouths to three years Six Months for Woodruff CHICAGO April Woodruff alias Black the Cronin suspect who re fused a Bridewell sentence Monday cam into court yesterday withdrew his plea o not guilty on the horsestealing charge and accepted a sentence of six months in the Bridewell A New Chicago Paper CHICAGO April first edition o the new afternoon daily Thfs Evenin Post under the management of James W Scott publisher of The Herald was issnee yesterday afternoon The Post Is an eight page 2cent paper Acquitted at KeiponsiWllty NEW YORK April Pierce of the Brush Electric Light com pany yesterday acquitted of cansin the death of Henry Harris who was kills ty coming in contact with an electri light wiire Burned by a Furnace Explosion PrrrsBrnto Pa furnace a the Edgar Thompson Steel works Brat dcckPa exploded at yesterda morning scattering debris in all tions Four Hungarians were seriously Vnrned one of them Jacob Khioai it is thought fatally The cause of the acci dent is not known The loss will be heavy VETO OF A PUBLIC BILL Congress Receives Hint to Go Slow and Give the Treasury AiniabU Millx of Texan Collision with the Forfeiture Bill Pasted bjthe Behriiig Sea Ques tion Likely to Notes WASHINGTON CITY April Ths Presi dent sent to the house yesterday a message vetoing the bill for the erection of i public building at Dallas Tex The bill made an appropriation of for the construc tion of mi addition tt the building com pettd in 1889 Ths president calls attention to the fact that the bill as intro duced in the house provided for an appro priation of 3100000 and that the committee 01 public buildings and grounds after consultation with the supervising architect of the treasury department recommended tlie appropriation of that amount Thi Flrit Amount Sufficiently Large The postmaster at Dallas says the presi dent claims that the additional accom modation needed will require the erection cfTin addition twothirds as large as the present building Tha supervising archi tect wrote to the senate committee that an addition larger than wus required could be treutud for the amount at first proposed Under the conditions the pres idonl belives the proposed appropriation too large and he therefore vetoes the bill Some Advice to Cougress Following the statement of his reasons for the veto the president says The leg islation for the erection of public build ings has not proceeded so far as I cau trace it upon any rules Neither popula tion nor the extent of the public business transacted has always indicated the points where public buildings should lirst be built or the cost of the structures The bills are individual and if compari son ara attempted the necessary element of probuble future growth is made to cov er all apparent inequalities Other Matters To Bo I am not unfriendly to a liberal annual expenditure for the erection of public build ings where the safe and convenient trans action of the public business demand it and the state of the revenues will permit But in view of the pending legisla tion looking to a very lurge reduction of our revenues and the urgency and neces sity of a large expenditure in certain direc tions I am of the opinion that appropria tions for Uus erection of public buildings aiil all kindred expenditures should be keot at tue minimum until the effect ol her probable legislation can be accurately iciasured General VH Local The erection of a public building is argely a matter of local interest aud con euieuce while expenditures for enlarged el iff and recognition to the soldiers and lilors of the war for the preservation of lnion Cor necessary coast defenses and or tinextension of our commerce with ther Auniicnu states are of universal in eiest and involve considerations not of ouveuience mt of justice honor safety nd general prosperity MILLS SASSES THE SPEAKER Ho Louses His Wanted Equability of WASHIKKTOV Cm April When the cmsehnd to order Tennessee arose to what he claimed was question of personal privilege to deny a tatemeut of Evans of Tennessee to the ftect thai the e hml been election skulldug crv in his Pierccs district at the lastelec ion The speaker said the matter did not ivesent a qnestiou of personal privilege ml Pierce sharply responded that itdid he speaker said that no Rentlemnu had iKeright to make such a response to the hair Kilter Mills of Texas Smelling the battle from afar as it were Mills of Texas took a hand aud asked why he speaker did not stop Evans the other day to which the speaker replied that he vas not present you oughtnot to stop the gentleman from Tennessee The does not follow does follow The chiiir does not desire o enter into a personal controversy with ihe gentleman and he thinks that if the gentleman will reflect he will not persist in this impropriety do not see the impropriety when ine gentleman charges another with fraud The gentleman from Texas rill please be in order am in order and the speaker is uore out of order than the gentleman from Texas The ruling is simply an outrage The matter was then dropped though the senate would pass the Teller free coinage bill or something very like it The attempt yesterday to get the caucus committee together to pass on the silver question was a failure and the drift of opi nioa in the senate is that a free coinage bill will be passed there the compromise measure by the house and then a confer ence committee will fix up another com promise The free coinage men in the senate want to get a measure through as near their ideas as possible but safe from a presidential veto The Contention Over Hcliiing Sea WASHINGTON CITY April is apparently good authority for the state ment that the governments of the United States and Great Britain are now farther apart in their negotiations in rfianl to the question as to whether or not ISehring rvea is a closed sea than they have been at any time since the were begun The United States maintains that it is a closed sea aud was made sn by Iho treaty of Is25 while the British government con tends that said treaty does not at all cover the case lioune iti Caucus WASHINGTON CITY April Mc Comas bill to prevent gerrymandering of congressional election districts and the Moriill service pension bill were the sub jects discussed by the caucus of Republican members of the house last night The gerrymandering bill went over until another caucus The Morrill pension bill was amended by a proposition to fix the age limitation at 60 years and the caucus at midnight adjourned Reeds Rule lit the Senate WASHINGTON CITY April the land forfeiture bill was under considera tion in the senate yesterday a quorum failed to vote ou an amendment when fiftytwo members were present Sherman thereupon gave notice that hereafter wheu OAer a quorum was present and the vote did not disclose the fact he would insist upon the sensible rule that senators pres ent aud not voting be counted An Error ill Bill WASHIKGTOJK CITYApril The senate house yesterday recalled the Okla homa bill from the president that au error in putting the word west where it should be east may be corrected There must be for it ave coinpck diiL o you know cleaning Dmc reason id anyone to use but it isnt feas Millions o tested and proved unknown If itwere t where the thingas popular yoviio If you know Pearline the reason In all washing and iheicu nothing that saves as costs no Reasons enough more enough for you much ubor and Joes as much work It hurts uothiiHf saves wear on than ronunon soap and is more economical most for think uv they not good thing in ylaee IVirine honest Pedcilen andvinc u runuious pavers will UU you ihis is as gocxl as or tho sami a Pcirlive ITS Pearline is peiiJIeti iiul if Mnis you souii ft ij JAMKS 1YLK New Vork More Goods Our Counters Marked and Placed Upon The Record on the Diamond CHICAGO April 30 base ball play lug yesterday resulted in the following scores League At Philadelphia Phila delphia New York 4 At Brooklyn Boston a Brooklyn 5 At Cleveland Cleveland 3 Cincinnati 2 At Chicago 9 Brotherhood At Boston Boston 15 New York 13 At Brooklyn 7 PhilifMphia 14 At Pittsburg 0 Cleveland 7 BuffaloChicago game wet grounds Aniencmi At Louisville Toledo 2 Iiitisvilli 4 At Hi St Louis 5 Columbus 1 BSfchesterBrooklyn and SyracnwiAthlotic smni postponed bad Western At Minneapolis Minneapolis 13 DCS al Omaha OmahaT Sioux City 4 at IB St Paul 5 at Denver Denver 3 Kansas City 4 AX irRAXCistxi April 30 On arrival of a Japmese steamer at Hong KongMarch 26 from Nagasaki I he bodies of eight Japanese women were iliscovered in a hole between the engineroom and the hold having been suffocated iliiring the passage They had stowed UiLiviselves away with four other ivomen ami n male attendant being desir ous of leaving the country and not having official permission The survivors Tvere in sensiblu much emaciated Iiicrvr cruiser Baltimore has returned srMii lir insiifftioii trip but no report as o 5 iudii at sea IIHS yet been made All at Wet Goods Prices DEWENTER The Hatter EDELWE1S Equal to any Imported Beer Made Delight ful Beautiful Try LOGANSPORT BREW COS Edelweis Beer made from the Best Im ported Hops and the Finest Select Hop Malt to be had Warranted Pure and Old On Draught in all Places ToDay THE MARKETS The Weather We Stay Expect THE DAY IN CONGRESS Passage of the Land Forfeiture Bill In the In the House WASHINGTON CITY April the bills introduced in the senate yester day was one for an annual pension of 82500 to the widow of Gen McClellan The land forfeiture bill was resumed Berry stated the Democratic position to be that where a railway had not been completed in the speci fied time the land granted thereto should be forfeited even though the road was com pleted After a long debate the bill was passed The McKinley customs administra tion bill was then taken up some amend ments agreed to others offered and pend ing consideration thesenate adjourned The house began the day with an exhi bition of temper by Mills who flatly con tradicted the chair on a question of order but finally subsided The senate resolu tion or the irrigation of arid lands in the valley of the Rio Grande was concurred in The bill removing the charge of desertion against William Dnwson was passed Dawson in order to escape the hardships of prison life in Confederate prisons en listed in the Confederate army but subse quently returned to the Union army The postoffice appropriation bill was reported In committee the bill providing for the classification of worsteds as woolens was taken up and led to a long debate the Democrats opposing the bill and the Re publicans advocating it The bill was finally reported to the house but no quor um was present at the vote on its passage and the house adjourned Pensions for Army Nurses WASHKGTOX CITV April Miss Cara Barton and Mrs SE Fuller secretary National Relief Corps each addressed the house committee on invalid pensions yes terday in support of the bill introduced in the house by Mr Cogswell for the relief of women enrolled as army nurses The bill Brunts a pension of 14 per month to all I commiMlonBir tty too surgical i of the United States during Uta wu and who have baau CHICAGO April ijuotatloiw on he hoard of trade today ivurc fts follows May opened olnseil June opetie 1 80c closed 88c July Oiieiitfd closetl Corn No 2 May opened closed 3c June owned closed C2J4j July opened closed Pc 2 May opened closed Julie opened 21c closed July opened aill closed oijcnol fWBo closed June opened closed July opened 81285 closed S1310 opened and closed stock yards report the fol lowing of prices opened moderately active and prices steady light grades g4034SO rough packing mixed lots heavy packing nnd shipping lots S11S845 firm beeves SS353500 bulk gSOiWM 1 stokera and feeders corulxd grassers natives S40JQOOO cornfed westerns S500g590 lambs GCKi one fancy lot Produce Elgin per lb flue creameries 18c daries finest fresh fresh packing stock Strictly fresh lie per doz Dressed xultry Chickens per Ib turkeys IftalSc young hons ducks ISgUc Apples Fair to choice 33503450 per bbL New York NEW YORK April 29 2 red winter cMJL flo May do Jane M4c 2 mixed cash do May do Jane bat steady No 3 mixed cash do May 30Hc do June fUKf Pork Dull mess for new Lard Steady May June July iO65 Live Stock but ao trading in beeves dressed beef firm sides Jb Bheep and firm unshorn sheep 100 Ibs clipped do shorn yearlings 37008S25 clipped do J6 675 spring lambs nominal live hogs S4WO480 100 S Will Sell You a Lawn Mower OR fiasolioe Stove At a Trifle More than Factory Prices The above cut shows the Circulation of air in our Alaska Refrigerators from which we guarantee a PURE DRY COLD AIR For Sale only by OTTO MEINSHAUSEN Trade Mark Tbe Electric Licluid Exterminator CREAM The best and only reliable destroyer of all kinds of Kmfn i ter how large or small they maybe or wnereever they may dweU they nd nutter how large or small they may be or wbereever they may dweU tey can eradicated witlf a few drops It Js not poisonous instantly dww not eoll or gtaln the fabrics is a good gives a pleasant odor Any child can ute It DIRECTIONS FOB USE For Beds and a few drops Into the crevices where frequent and or on the clothes It will not Injuic them ami will prcrat For Flowers and with water and sprinkle and you willsavis your valuable of all on the fcody and rub well with the haodc It will color the hair or feattiers and will prevent them from falling out Price M rer For Sale by all Manufactured by EUECTRO CHEMICAL COMPANY CHICAGO Five Drives In VTASHJSGTOS Crrr April following ajscharired are the weather indications fortMrtysixhonw md tfce infirmSes of adranc JLSJTSSS31 IV age are to their o3L TO1K warmer weather southerly winds For Mich tgan and weather wrath port eJly winds For and warmer weather Tauialile winds becoming Statu of JST PERFECT Ite superior excellence proven in of homes for more than a quarter of a centuryM u nsed by the UnitedStotea dorsedbytheneadiof the freat u the Strongest Furwt and the Strongest Furwt Prices Powder not ew Tort CANNEIVGOODS FITZGERALD 228 Market St Telephone Na 106   

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