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   Logansport Pharos (Newspaper) - May 6, 1890, Logansport, Indiana                                LOGANSPORT DAILY PHAKO8 TUESDAY EVENING MAY B 1890 JOHN GRAYS Corner on gun Umbrella In tho following Materials Silk Como Silk Senrfetta Silk MIHltta Silk Century Silk French Fast rack Cotton Serge Satin BoJders Scotch Ggms And all grades In Cotton Rain Umbrellas The above are made on tho Paragon Frame Plain and Fancy Gold Han Plain and Fancy Silver Han dplain and Fancy Oxodized Handles POLITICAL POINTS r ULl 1 JLAlJ rUl ID An Instance of Alleged Presi dential Obstinacy ELAINE PLEADS ISEITEOTUALLY Aro most favorably known throughout the United States for thoir perfect shape ele gant fit great comfortancl as thoy aro excellent wearing Corsets are the most econo mical Call and buy For Sale at 3 For the lucky Man Hart Slept Under the Same Tent with Whip Out to Iowa nois Republican Leaders in Conference Beck Vacancy in the ernor Hill Malrcs a Radical Suggestion Turin WASHINGTON CITY May is stated httre that Secretary Blaine Is convinced that President Harri son is the most stubborn man alive Blaine dirt nil in his power to induce the president to do what his friend Hitt wanted him to do in the matter of the sub treasury appointment in Chicago Hltt intimated to his friend the secretary that he was having much difficulty in convincing the president that his indorsement and the indorsement of five or six other Repub lican congressmen from Illinois of Maj A very for the office of assistant treasurer ought to outweigh the request of Hopkins and the fact thut Hopkins man Gen Dustin had once slept in the same tent with Harrison during the rebellion The Secretary Couldnt Get There So Mr Blaine went over to the White House and begged the president as a per sonal favor to him to appoint Maj A very but Harrison preferred to stand by the man wilh whom he once slept on the cold ground arid the six Illinois congressmen who had recommended Avery the secre tary of state who had joined in that recommendation and the Illinois congress men ami senators who had recommended other candidates are satisfied that no sort of political backing or tions o campaign committee for 1890 were ap pointedColorado Townsend Illinois Ronell Indiana Qheadle Iowa Gear Kentucky Wilson Michigan Stockbridge Wisconsin Sawyer Wyoming Carey Idaho Dubois The other appointments will be made at another caucus They Endorsed Palmer CARtDsvttlJS nisJIay6At the meet ing yesterday of tha Haccupin county Democracy resolutions were adopted in favor of John M Palmar for the United States senate fcOYALLY GREETED Brilliant Reception to the Great Explorer Stanley THE STRIKERS AT CHICAGO A Combine In tlie Way of n Situation as It Appears CHICAGO May meetings of the sash door and blind makers were held in several parts of the southwest side at noon yesterday The meetings were held for the purpose of strengthening the union now beingformed the men employed at the machines promising their support It was decided that they would in a measure pool their issues with the carpenters and no union men of the latter organization will handle work turned out by mills re fusing to grant the demand for eight hours Strikes That Didnt Materialize There was no strike at N K Fairbanks works where one was expected and the strike of the gas men which was to have taken place failed to materialize The expected strike of the dockmen on the Transportation companys line PBHfOES AND DUXES DO HIM HONOB The Results ot His Iong Toilsome Journey Throng Question the London iJinor Demonstration Raises Postmen Who Defied Postmaster Gen eral Cabinet Crisis tin Italy at a Kifle Contest ropean Notes LONDON May Prince and Princess of Wales the duke and duchess of Edin burgh the duke of Cambridge the duke and duchess of Teck Prince and Princess Hohenlohe the duke of Fife the duke of Argyll the Comte de Paris and a brill iauTussemblage of leaders of all classes were in attendance at the reception given to Henry M Stanley by the Royal Geo graphical society in Albert Hall last night A triumphal procession headed by the Prince of Wales and the other royalties led Stanley and his colleagues into the hall which was packed As they entered the assemblage arose en masse and ap plaudedthe explorer The president of the society welcomed Stanley and his com panions and presented them with medals I whereat there was another tremendous I outburst of applause j Stanley Talks of His Jouvney Stanley thanked the society on behalf other considera can stand against the presidents ilLER I WISES Bee Hive Dry Goods House 112 fondness Jjor picking up the old fellows whom he knew in the days of the war POLITICS IN IOWA ProhlMtlonlsts Western and the Anchor line did not take place be cause they are not sufficiently organized i ujmseiffnd colleagues and proceeded to aud there are too innnymen ready to take narrate hia adventures in Africa assist their places Carpenters Expect to Jlesame There is no change in the situation of the carpenters strike Negotiations for settlement with the new bosses association are taid to be complete and the men will resume work in a day or two Thexuolders whqstruck Friday nearly all returned to work yesterday without gaining their point any further than re ceiving in some cases a promise that their claims would be considered Will Curs Your Headache S OBJStTS AT 12thSt Drue Store Urged to Go to Sioux City in Force DES MOIVKS la May State Temperance Alliance the chief temper ance organization of Iowa sees iti the action of the Bepublicaii state central com mittee in sending the next convention to Sioux City and fixing the date at June2S Chicago danger to the cause of Prohibition Yes terday its executive committee issued an addres3 urging Prohibitionists to use every endeavor to control the convention They say that the farmers will bo plowing corn when the county conventions are held and will permit them to be controlled by men from the cities and towns Afraid of the City Delegates Holding the state convention so far from the center of population will entail upon most cif the delegates such expenditure of time mid money as to restrict attendance to gentlemen of means and a class of poli tician whose consciences revoltat the idea of subjecting a moral principle to the contaminating influence of politics Tho Alliance says In this state a large majority of the Republicans are upon prin ciple in favor of Prohibition Nevertheless there lias been all these years and still is a minority of the party vigorously pro testing and seeking the overthrow of Pro hibition und they warn the advocates Prohibition to be on hand They Have No Grievance DASVIILE Ills May miners of Dauvillo VandeiTonk Grape Creek and Kellyville held u massmeeting yesterday afternoon and decided to strike They have no grievance but strike in obedience to orders receiver from headquarters at ed by a huge chart Ioon which he traced his route Carpers lie said had asked what was the utility of his expedition To them he would say that the gain to hu manity had been great It had opened up a rich und productive region and would enable the teaching of millions of degraded human beings that in the vegetable prod ucts the country they would find some thing of far greater value than the flesh of their fellow creatures As a Christian nation he said we ought to rejoice that the few thousand pounds lent to this work has rescued 400 people from slavery re stored 290 to their homes in Egypt and de livered Emiu from u stagnant state of im possibilities to active service with a friend ly state LONDONS DEATH OF EDITOR SHUMAN The Eitieatenant Governor of IlUnol and Veteran Journalist Dead CHICAGO May Gov ernor Andrew Shuman president of The Evening Journal company died suddenly at oclock last night in a cheap howl at IS Quincy street Dr Swayne sbam healtfi commissioner and a lifetime friend of the exHeutenaut governor says death was caused by apoplexy which had long threatened the veteran journalist Dr Wickersharu was almost the first person on the scene who recognized the dead num He was greatly shocked at the circum stances and the place of his friends death and made immediate arrangements for the transfer of the remains to Jordans under taking 14 Madison street whither they were taken midnight Taken 111 on tlie Street Sir Shuman had entered the hotel on Quincy street only ten minutes before he was fatally stricken Quincy street a dark aud uninviting street and occupied by cheap lodging houses and other places of like character It was 11 oclock when Mr Shuman walked heavily up the dirty stairway at 18 Quincy street He was breathing with difficulty when he reached the office Mrs Aim JU Wheeler who keeps the rooms was there alone Mr Shuman said that he had been taken sud denly ill and was too much worn out to go home or to any of the hotels he patron ized He asked for a room aud after pay ing 35 cents to Mrs Wheeler he was shown into room 5 immediately back of the office Mrs Wheeler returned to the office and five minutes later was startled by noises that came from room 5 She heard her new guest gurgling and gasping for breath and ran to his assistance but he was al ready past assistance More Goods Our Oountersl Marked and Placed Upon All at Wet Goods Prices DEWENTER The Hatter Ueciiled on a Strike DECATUR Ills May miners emplojed at the 275 coal Dccatur conl mines went on a strike yesterday for an in crease of 5 cents a ton for digging No se rious trouble is anticipated Will Wait to See Scott SPUINU VALLEY Ills May Valley miners held a meeting and decided to remain at LABOR DEMONSTRATION tlie Post yesterday work until the Scott who is cpccted be fore the 15th SAD of Tlie FATALITY AT CHICAGO rreseiitl BREAKFAST DISH ASK YOUR GROCER FOR IT FURNITURE PRICKS THE LOWEST CoiiferuiKie of Illinois Republicans CHICAGO May corridors of the Grand Pacific hotel were alive yesterday with Republican politicians who came here to take part in the annxml conference as to ways and means of running the cam paign The principal talk was on the most available mnn for state treasurer and among the uames mentioned were George W Brown of Vandalia Warden Bcrggren of Joliet and John Tanner For superintendentof public instruction no other candidate is talked of but the incum bent Professor Edwards The meeting today was devoted to short speeches of men from all parts of the state The date of the convention will be fixed before it adjourns A Suggestion by Governor Jllll AUJXST N V May Hill sent a message to the legislature yester day suggesting that a constitutional amendment be submitted to the people of the state for the transfer from the legisla ture to the courts of the power of deciding contested election cases He also recom mends action to bring the subject before congress with a view to securing ulti mately n similar amendment to the fed eral constitution He declares that four out of every five contested election cases in legislatures and congress are decided on purely partisan grounds greatly scandal of jnsticc tlie None but the Best Workmanship Allowed to Leave our Salesroom J W Henderson p A KIUEGSU RODNEY STUA1N RriBger t Strain UNDERTAKERS Calls Promptly Attended to Day or Night Xo liiS No63 K EC WESTS NEIWE AND BMUN TREATMENT The Debute on the Tariff Bill WASHINGTON Crrv May caucus of Republican members of the house wag held yesterday afternoon Several propo sitions concerning the time to be allotted for debate and voting on the tariff bill were put forward It was decided finally to allow four clays for general debate ginning tomorrow and eight days for con sidering and voting on amendment This will bring the bill to a vote on May 20 Night sessions will be held on the four days of general debate An Issue in Georgia AtOUSTA Ga May issue tha will supplant all others in the contest fo state representatives aud senators is Will you if elected promise to vote fo a bill amending the state constitution so as to give the taxes paid by the whites t the whites to educate their children anc let the negroes rely upon their own money o send their offspring to school Senator Becks Successor FRAXKFOBT KyMay Beck uccessor will be elected on May 13 Ac ording to the general statutes the electio may be held upon the second Tuesday after ihe general assembly shall have been noti led officially by thegovernor of a vacancy n the United States senate The Demo cratic caucus will be held either Saturday or Monday next The Original package In Iowa MASON Crrr la May now looks as if even the inland cities of Iowa would nave established original package saloons Two residents of this city are in cor respondence with distillery men and have decided to handle their goods It is stated that the brewers have agreed to defray all expenses in case of litigation national Republican Committee WASHINGTON CITY May meeting of the executive committee of the nation al RepuWican committee called at Wash victims Daughter Has iiieut of Evil CHICAGO May young woman of 20 frantically knocking at the door of her fathers room and crying Papa papa let me in awoke the guests on one floor of the Palmer house about 3 a m yester day The girl was Miss Perkins daughter of H O Perkins of Cleveland As there was no response to thefrightened cry the watclimira opened the door and there lay the father dead of heart disease The daughters grief was pitiable She had awakened from her sleep with a conscious ness that something was wrong with hei father and could not shake it off Conse quently she arose and went to his room only to find that her presuntimeut was too true Other Sad Features Mr Perkins had been traveling nlone iri the west and was on his way home His daughter had also been away from home since the holidays attending school Hei father sent for her to meet him here so that they could go home together and give the wife and mother n pleasant sur prise They arrived on Saturday morning and were assigned adjoining rooms at the Palmer hoxise They intended leaving for home Saturday evening but Mr Perkins concluded to remain over till yesterday morning in order to show his daughter a little more of the city They will go home ogether but the homecoming will not be pleasant surprise to the waiting mother WORKING HARD FOR KEMMLER The United States Supreme Court Applied a State Court WASHINGTON CITY May he United Status supreme court denied he application of Roger M Sherman for o vrit of habeas corpus in the Kemrnlei murder cose but decided to bear a motion or a writ of error As the court will ad ourn for the term on May 0 its decision will be rendered immediately on conclu sion of the argument Shermans applica tion was based on the proposition that the punishment was unusual and cruel Chief Justice Fuller said the hearing would take place Slay and the writ was granted it would have the effect of reopening the ex pert testimony taken by the electrical com mission The record of the commission would be produced and the court would prescribe under what conditions Kemmler shall be executed Ail Interesting Question as to men Whu jIjuclied LONDON May of the most inter esting questions growing out of the work mens demonstration Sunday is what if any will be the action of Postmaster Gen eral Haikes in regard to the 2000 postmen who marched in the procession as an or ganized body The rules of the postoffice department are very strict in prohibiting the unionizing of Us employes and they have hitherto kept aloof from public meet ings and other manifestations in the inter est of labor except as individuals Their action Sunday is regarded as 11 piece of de flauce of which the department must take some notice Will Debate the JEiglUHonr Question Charles Uviulltuigh having accepted the invitation of John Burns to debate the eighthour question the discussion will shortly take place in some largo hall which is sure to be filled to overflowing MADRID May strikes are break ing up throughout Spain except in Valen cia aud Barcelona where the men still holdout MARRIED AT MIDNIGHT A Couple of Weddings Bather Out of Usual Course NEW YOKE May tall welldressed young man who appeared to Be laboring under considerable excitement and a very pretty young woman stopped in front of police headquarters in Hoboken at mid night on Saturday night The young woman remained standing in front of the building and the young man stepped in side and asked Sergeant Rathjeu it he could direct him to some magistrate who would perform a marriage ceremony Doorman Breen volunteered to go and get Mayor Grassinan A Probable Elopement The mayor arrived in ten minutes and invited the couple into his office iu the City hall where the ceremony was performed The young man said ho was William C Althaus 23 years old of Reading young woman said she was Misa beg leave to announce to my patrons and the public in general that my NEW STOCK of SPRING and SUMMER STYLES is now Complete Mv past Standard for FirstClass vVork will be Maintained Thanking you for past favors I Remain Yours Truly The Nellie ueniu y Losses 3OQ apei v ov JBF The Iriali tivod Puvchase Bill S May Morley announced his intention in the house of commons last night to move an amendment to the land purchase bill to prevent forced bargains with tenants by means of eviction or other intimidation The opposition in tends to move in the house of commons that the committee ou the Irish laud purchase bill be instructed to raise the question of home rule for Ireland Crisis in tho Italian Cabinet ROME May the debate in tho sen ate on the charities bill yesterday the clause providing for church expenses was rejected Premier Crispi at once declared that he would resign in order to decide the question of the cabinets dissolution orits reconstruction by Signor Sarraco Great excitement followed Crispis declaration Will Test Boulaiigreritnn PABIS May order to test the state of popular opinion in regard to Gen Bculauger M Laquerre intends to resign and recontest his seat in the chamber of deputies to which he was elected as an advanced Boulaugist and an intimate per sonal friend of the general The King Fired the First Shots Rome May 0The king aud queen as well as all the members of the cabinet at tended the opening ceremonies of the in ternational rine contests here Twenty thousand riflemen are present to represent the provinces of Italy The king fired the five opening shots IBonglit a Chamber of Horrors 1LONDON May English syndicate has purchased the ancient chamber of tor ture at Nuremberg Germany together with all its impliments and appliances still in existence The purchase is made for exhibition purposes ington on Wednesday of this week has been postponed until the 13th inst tp suit the convenience of some of the who could not come before the latter date Selecting a Campaign VTASHISGTOS CITT May a caucus of the Republican members ol the Another Habeas Corpus Writ BCTFALO N Y May Corlett vesterday morning granted a writ oi 197 to 115 habeas corpus on application of Charles S Hatch counsel for Kemmler requiring District Attorney Quinby Warden Durs ton aud others interested lo produce Kemmler before County Judge Day at Auburn on Saturday next The purpose is to dispose of the question as to whether the warden of the state prison can legally execute Kemmler counsel claiming that nobody but the sheriff of Erie could exe cute his client Didnt Heap tip tne Corpses LITTLE ROCK May the Clayton in quiry last night Carroll Armstrong called Judge McClme a most infamous slander er MoClure jumped up and struck Arai stroug a heavy bl5w in the face PoweU Clayton and Judge Clayton sat behind McCluro with their hands in their pockets The combatants were quieted without pil ing up a heap of corpses national ELank for Illinois W CrTT May Carlin ville National bank at Carlinville Dls has been authorized to begin business with a capital of SSOOOO The Weather We May Expect May following are the weather indications for thirtysix hoars from S p m yesterdaj For Indiana and Dli lair weather westerly winds For Lower followed br fair weather in southwestern portion northerly winds stationary temperature hi southeast ern warmer En northwestern portion For Upper br fair slight Ijwarmer weather westerly winds For Wis The English Budget LONDON May the house of com mons last evening the budget passed its second reading under cloture by a vote of Nixon 20 years old of Philadelphia Sergt Rathjen and Policeman Weihr were witnesses It is thought that the couple eloped The Oldest Couple on llecord PAEKERSBVRG W Va May re markable wedding took place Saturday night near Laurel Fork in Boone county The contracting parties were James S Evall and Mrs Amy Terrence The groom who was a widower but had outlived his children was 101 years old and the bride a widow also without encumbrance was 83 Thu best man was SI years old and the bridesmaid T8 The bride and groom are still quite sprightly for their age The affair was widely attended and is the of the entire state Thu bride was dressed in a handsome silk gown made sixtyfour years ago ou the occasion of heriformof marriage THE MARKETS CHICAGO Mas5 Following are the quotations on the board of trade today WheatNo Slay opened and closed 96c June opened and closed tBe July opened r06c closed K9fic Corno 2 Jlar opened closed June opened close I 34MV July opened close E5J4c 2 Slay opetcd closed June opened closed July opened closed PorkMay opened 81315 closed S13SO June opened SU 30 closed July opened closed S 34 opened S64U closed 8042i stock yards prices were quoted as follows opened active and strong with prices about steady light irrades S4ir3425 rough packing mixed lots heavy packing and shipping lots S415 425 quiet about steady beeves taBOaaKO cows nad mixed slock evs and feeders cornfed Texans SheepWeak 10J25c lower muttons lambs S525S725 Produce creamery pcrlb finest dairy KHSjISc packing stork oU EgBSStrirtly freshllc per doz Poul per Ib spring chickens jiO turkeys per Ib llftlcgcse f 4 no 600 per doz Pota toes on trackCommon and per buPcele5arfWc per bu Beauty of Hebron 43Q4oc per bu Binbanks 4SS50 per bu Illi nois sweet potatoes good to choice 1 er bb to choice per bW New York NEW YORK May 5 a red winter S103 cash do June do July 87Hc CornJso mixed cash do June 42Hc do July 43Wc OatsSteady No 2 mixed cash 3oc do May 32ic do June 31HC but steady western 58369C changed June 8608 Live Stock CattleMarket dull for all offer iOKS and prices fell off lOc 3 100 IDs poorsst to best steers JH108525 V 100 Iba buUaand dry cows S180S325 Sheep and ruled dull and shade a easieft lambs firm tta riSonisluwp V KO fts clipped unshort yearlings clipped do S600S700 a shadA easier live hogs S430S470 fl 100 as It is stated on authority that the num EDELWE1S Equal to any Imported Beer Made Delight ful Beautiful Try S Edelweis Beer made from the Best Im ported Hops and the Finest Select Hop Malt to be had Warranted Pure and Old Oil in all Places ToDay H JQHNSQN President J P JOHNSON Cashier STATE NATIONAL BANK DEPOSIT VAULTS The Safes in this absolutely Burglar ami Fire Proof Vault are ispocially adapted for the deposit of Deeds Mortgages Notes Honda ami all Valuable Papers also Jewelry etc Rents are place ut nominal prices of 95 to per year each j The Vaults aud Safes are fitted with all modern improvements and we cordially invite the public to call and inspect them THE Alaska Refrigerator Has always stood first in its power to preserve perishable food In Its solid workmanship and elegant finish Entirely original and novel In Its theory By Its practical working and superior construction it come the Of the United States and as conclusive proof i we can recommend you i to 3OO different parties using them in this cltyj For sale onl by Tlie Base Ball Players CHICAGO April base ball scores for yesterday are given below League At York 3 Brooklyn S at 5 Philadelphia 6 at 2 Chicago called owing to darkness ClevelandPitts burg game The attend ance at the Chicago games was League 250Brotherhood 2633 Total at all games Leaeue 3361 Brothe7hcod 6465 Brotherhood At Boston 4 at 8 New York 4 ftt 5 Pittsburg 13 ClevelandBuffalo game American At b Brooklyn 0 at 5 Athletic 1 Decision tne Midland Ballway 1 NEW YORK May Andrews of the court has vacated the injunc tion obtained by the Midland Railway company an Indiana corporation restrain ine the Ixan and Improvement company and the firm of Coffin Stanton from seHing of the railway companys bonds which were pledged as security for a note of 5130000 Junior Fanner Has Skipped BEBUX Wis May private bank of Charles A Mather closed its doors yes terday morning the firm having made an assignment Jameg M Hawley the junior ber of pies consumed in New York last Jear 21950000 member of the house has fair weather preceded In The assets are placed at disAppeared the CREAM POWDER excellence proven in of homeg for more quaTttroIacentaryIt CMowia WIM 4O8 Market Street Opp GoWen Rule Dry Good MBRAHb JAVA MOCHA   

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