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   Logansport Pharos (Newspaper) - May 7, 1890, Logansport, Indiana                                LOGANSPORT DAILY PHAROS 16TK YEAE WEDNESDAY EVENING MAY 7 1890 NO 8 JOHN GRAYS Corner on In the followin Mulerials Gloria Silk Como Silk Henrietta Silk Millitta Silk Century Silk French Satin Fast Hlack Cotton Serge Satin Boidors Scotch Ggms And all grades In Cotton Rain Umbrellas The above are made on tho Paragon Frame Plain and Fancy Gold Han dles Plain and Fancy Silver Han dles Plain and Fancy Oxodlzed Handles Will Cure Your Headache a OEXNTS s AT R7TRL7IITS 12thSt Drus Store DELICIOUS BREAKFAST DISH ASK YOUR GROCER FORIT FURNJTURE PHICbJS THE LOWEST Our Xonebjit tlie Best Workmanship Allowed to Leave our Salesroom U A KIUEOKH HODNEV STRAIN Krapr t Strain UNDERTAKERS Calls Promptly Attended to Day or Night No lia IEC WESTS NERVE AND BRAIN TREATMENT HyaVsHa Dizziness Fits Neuralgia Wake iilnek Mental Wprusftioit SoCtoninpof tlu Brain n ulfiiiir iivftiutv tine leutling to misery decav ainl Premature OKI Acre Barrenness Loss of Power vx iHVohmrrurv Losriftsriul Spermatorrhoea riied fcv overexertion ot tao brain selfabuse tA tatti box contains ono months trvai Atox or sis for S3 sent by moil prepaid for six boxts will semi purchaser urwauero to rcfuiui money it the treatment fails u Uuarnnteejt isiieU and jjenulno sold only by U P KoesImgdrmjriptsoUvijrenr nirmsport HIS COLCHESTER RUBBEI 60 ubberfram slippmg off for tthe MANIACS BOASTED Awful Work of a Pitiless Fire Near Montreal LUNATICS CBEMATED ALIVE ADHESVE COUNTERS Uwa Crowdeil Asylum Aflame uml Some of Jta Hifuse To Be ful at of the Bnild Dimmed People Julmer at the Horrorstricken Onlookers Through the liars mid Then Aro Swallowed Up by the Seething Fire ChiePs Ter rible Experience LoxuLE Que May long line ot gaunt towers and a mass of blazing debris is all tlmt is left of tho Lougue Pointe lunatic asylum ami the horrible sights that yrere witnessed iluring the de struction Tf the building yesterday will uuver be forgotten by the spectators though to tlie lunatics it was a time of su preme glee and in their delight they dis ported themselves amid flames and waved their arms In turbulent satisfaction at the iuiu that was being wrought Xot until the wnlls tumbled over their heads were lheir maniacal screams silenced There were incarcerated iu the asylum 1300lima tics for the place mis more like 11 prison than u hospital Two LI iiintreil Iuniues Missing Last evening not more than 1100 had been accounted for but many had escaped into fields and woods The number of ilead is now purely a matter of conjecture mid is not likely to ever be ascertained since no other record is kept than the asy lum books and these were destroyed in Taking into consideration all evidence from firemen halfsane in mates the Sisters bystanders and per sonal observation it is a conservative esti mate lo say that 100 victims met their death in the although some assert that he number is 200 1ire Undines of Little Use At live minutes before 12 a telegram was received in Montreal imploring assistance fills could not be given without consult ing Mayor Cireuier who was found at the IJiimpte du Peuplc The mayor at once ordered engines to be dispatched One en gine and two reels were soon started and they were quickly on the spot but might as well have remained ut borne for in five minutes they had exhausted the water supply TUi fire started iu the second ward on tlie womens side iu the upper story and spread was hastened by lon gitudinal ventilation shafts connected with the lowers The flames soon ap pearLd blazing through the roof in the renter of eiuh tower When the liremen arrived thy dome of OHO tower had just fallen and the llames were bursting out every where St reams were laid on and while t hey lasted some good was doue but that was for a very brief space and then the horror of the situation was revealed OreuiHul siyhts it the AVimlows Meant line beds furniture and utensils were being thrown from windows and streams of illclad men poured out of the eastern wing not oue male patient being left Among the women it was different The less hopeless cases were treated in the lower wards and those persons were re moved without difficulty but from the upper wards where the violent patients were eonfmed there came the wildest screams as the unfortunates resisted the efforts of the nuns in making their escape At the windows the maniacs could be seen peering through the bars jabbering until they were enveloped in the flames and compelled to release their hold and drop back into the cauldron TwentyFive YlcLlms in One Gronv When the firemen found they were pow Jrless to save the building they turned their attention to the inmates and burst in the doors with axes Chief Bennett says it was such a sight as no fireman ever before witnessed Iu one hall lie entered there were twentylive patients and at his approach they huddled and clasped them selves together like a pack of beasts He seized the nearest But said tlie chief 1 could no more separate the crowd than I could separate the parts of ones body He tugged at them until the fired darted into their garments and enfolded them in a shroud of flames FoulNuns Lose Their Lives Cue of the tertiary nuns Soeur Marie hud been asleep in the sick infirmary on the fifth floor and to her rescue hurried three others They seized their companion and bore hor in a blanket to the staircase but there they were met by a sheet of Hame and all four perished Their names were Soeurs Marie Demoris Egilbert and Lumieiie Xoue of them was over iO years of age All tame from parishes below Quebec The sisters worked most hero ically imploring aud commanding pa tients and in spite of the disadvantageous circumstances succeeded in rescuing a largu number Sister Therese the superi oress has been in poor health audit is feared that the shock may prove fatal to her Drs Bourqiie and Bnralet remained at the work of rescue until exhausted and were carried out unconscious In lveiul of the Escaped Lunatics The patients who had fled from the burn ing building wandered about aimlessly clad in scant garments many of them ver itable Ophelias iu their fantastic dress When released many of them wept for joy and bounded like deer across fields to the woods Patients of both sexes escaped and though a cordon of police was formed not all the patients were included and horribly suggestive rumors were brought in by the people who came through the woods to the scene of the diaster A new dread has come upon the inhabitants from the presence of so many escaped lunatics and they will count themselves fortunate if they are not visited by a series of such crime as only madmen cam devise Latest Estimate ot the Dead The deathroll Is now estimated at fifty though many more are missing It is feared that sevea tertiary nuns are burned Three more are missing Was to Have Been Expected The management of the pauper insane has been a longstanding cause of shame to the province of Quelbec The unfor tunates have been farmed out to nuns at a head per year and the aim seems to have been to keep them as cheaply as pos sible aud with the least possible outlay for buildings or repairs While the most urgent bodily wants of the patients have been supplied uo attempt has been mada at systematic medical treatment For years the government hsis been urged to adopt a modernized treatment of the in sane and last summer the mother supe i rior sent abroad to ascertain if any i improvements could be adopted Crom sim i ilar institutions in Europe but nothing of value sieems to have resulted from the voy i Cost of tlie BulKUugs The buildings cost 8700000 and were ifl i 1 sured by the government for in i the Royal Insurance compauy TSiis gum I in local eon panies in sums varying from to 000 THEY BLEW OUT THE GAS Death Gathers in Three and Probably Married Couplos CHICAGO Jiay man and woman supposed by papers found on their per sons to be Mr and Mrs Alonzo Kdwards of Rollins Ills were found yesterday aft ernoon lying on the bed in a room at the IJK Grand hotel 39 Wells street overcome by gas which was pouring into the room from an open jet Efforts were made to revive them but iu the case of the man it proved useless The woman after two hours of Hard work showad some signs ot life and possibly may recover although it is not likely It is thought that when they retired Monday night they blew out the gas Tragical End to u Wadding Trin GRAXD SiLAXD Neb May M Burt and his brideof Failfield Xebarrived here Monday night on their wedding trip and took rooms at the hotel Dunphy Yes terday morning Mrs Burt was found dead in bed and Mr Burt unconscious with no hope of recovery The gaa had been blown out THE TERRIBLE HYDROPHOiBIA A Young ilrl of IS Bitten Soven Years Ago In Dreadful Agony CUCVKLAVD O May special to The Press from Alliance O says Seven years ago a dog bit Laura Grim the 13 ycaold daughter of a wealthy farmer liv ing at Harrisburg Stark county eight miles west of here The wound healed and nothing more was thought of it until a week ago when she was attacked by im doubted symptoms of hydrophobia She is now a raving maniac having terrible paroxysms at the sight of water She foams at the mouth soaps viciously at every one who comes near and has to be chained to the floor Talk of Siiiotlioring the Suflcrer Physicians can do ncthiug and the girls mother is almost insane from grief and fear There is serious talk of smother ing the victim as her case is hopeless and it would put her out of agony Tlie neigh borhood is greatly excited for the dog had bitten several other children BADE BECKS ASHES ADIEU Tim Nations Legislators Puy Their Col lougues Remains 11 Farovtell Honor WASHINGTON Crrv May funeral of the late Senator Beck occupied the at tention of congress yesterday The body was borne to the senate chamber at 10 n m and when placed in its position was covered with floral tributes among them a wreath of lilies and roses from President and Mrs Harrison a wreath of ivy leaves rom Mr and Mrs Logan Tucker a wreath of lilies of the valley from Seuator and Mrs Vance u bunch of roses from Lauru Lee Cox and a pillow of roses maiden hair fern and ivy from Laura Hill yard Patterson Tin Funcrnt Ceremonies The senate journal was read and the or der of ceremonies ordered entered therein and after recess the senate was called to order at The chamber soon filled with senators and representatives and in the galleries were tlie foreign ministers and other distinguished people About President Harrison entered the assemblage rising until he was seated The funeral ceremonies then begau and consisted of reading of the Scriptures and prayers They were very simple and did not last raore than fifteen minutes The body was then borne to the railway sta tion and sent on its way to its rest in Kentucky Damp Weatlici for Hose Ball CHICAOO May Kain interfered with the base ball playing yesterday The scores recorded were League At Chi 5 Chicago C all other games Attendance at Chicago League 34li Brotherhood 1500 Brotherhood At 14 Pittsburg 6 all other games rain American At 3 Rochester S at 0 St Louis 7 games at Toledo and Brook lyn Western At Des Des Moiues 5 at Paul 1 Minneapolis 5 games at Sioux City and Omaha grounds A Letter from Dr 1cters BERLIN May Emin relief com mittee has received a letter Crom Dr Peters in which he says that he ascended the Tana river and camped from Nov 16 to Nov 20 in the Manonii mountains He made au attempt to bridge the Tana river but failed and traversed tlie right bank to Kikuju through Likspia and thence to Lake Dr Peters and his party had frequent engagements with the na tives and defeated them They reached Mjemps on Lake Baringo on Jan 7 and started for Victoria XyanKa on Jan 13 An OftColored Marriage Comes to Grief iSfEW HAVES Conn May fan Phou Lee the young New Haven girlwho in 1SS7 married Yan Phou Lee shortly after his graduation from Yale has filed a petition for a divorce alleging adultery You Phou Lee is the son of a Chinese ud bleman After graduating he did consid erable literary work and recently started an EnglishChinese Sunday school paper in New York city Mrs Lee was formerly Miss Elizabeth Maud Jerome daughter of Mrs E Gilbert Jerome Quite a Considerable Oversljjtit PiTTBUKG May agent of the Denny estate owners of the National league oase ball grounds yesterday issued a warrant and levied on all of the goods within the park enclosure to satisfy nine months rent amounting to Thirty days are allowed the base ball people to pay the bill Mr Niniick says that the matter has been overlooked and will be settled at once Sewing Machine AVorks Suraetl NEWARK J May Singer Sew ing Machine works at Elizabethport N J covering two acres of ground were al most wholly destroyed by fire last night together with a considerable amount of railroad property adjaining The employed 3000 hands Tlie loss is put at J3000eOO fully insured Postponed Action on the Pension Bill WASHINGTON CITY May senate committee aa pensions held a meeting yesterday morning to consider the substi tute adopted by the house for the senate dependent pension brill No conclusion was reached and the committee postponed action until Tuesday ofnext weet The committee will likely report a disagree ment and ask a conference with the house Congress WASHINGTON CITY May senate did no business yesterday it being the day of Senator Becks funeral Nothing was done in the house except the introduction Qf a few amendment of the inter state commerce law intended to meet the supreme court decision on original pack if tanglefoot and a bill to establish Mich PEEDB OF BLOOD Two Dual Tragedies of the Same Character nKTTB MTTBDEE AUD TEEN SIJIOIDE A Futher Kills Himself and Daughter ami a Mother Commits a Like Second AVire of a Tiieks lie Jailor and Kelcascs Him Only to Sec Him Soutli FOXBORO Mass May mail named Crouiack murdered daughter yesterday and then killed himself He cus a victim of morphine am probably insane After the other members of the family had gone to work in the Bemis Hat factory yesterday morning Crompck went to the school where the daughter was a pupil and got her excused They went home together and when the other meiii bers of the family returned home lust evening they found the father and daugh ter dead side by side on a bed The yirl had been shot in the head and Crpmack had both shot himself and cut his throat vith a razor The Mother in Tliia Cuse TBAVKR Gal May night Mrs T A Bresler strangled her 11year old daughter and then killed herself with an axe striking herself repeatedly in the head ivith it She nas evidently iusane ns no other reason is known for the crime IT WAS AN UTTER FAILURE A Bigamist Set Free by a Sharji Trick but Iater Recaptured MlDDLETOWX 1C Y May Eriiest Utter an Ontario and Western railroad hrukemau was held to awuit the action of the grand jury 011 the charge of bigamy and to have been taken to Gosheu yesterday morning Monday night wife 2 heavily veiled accompanied by Lizzie Utter a sister Velie Utter a broth er and Charles Clark a friend entered the lockup and asked permission to talk privately with Utter The privilege was accorded and in due course of time tlie party passed from the building An Old Trick Played in Vain Yesterday morning the attendant of the prison went to feed Utter but found wife Xo 2 seated in the cell wearing Utters clothes The conspiring friends were ar rested and while being arraigned before the recorder in the afternoon for aiding and abetting the escape of a prisoner a detective entered court with Utter who had been captured at Unionville N where he stopped to rest feelingseciire as he thought he was across tho MURDER OR SUICIDE An Illinois Wife Kestiiijf Under Very Grave Snspicioii MORRIS tils May have just reached here of a probable murder committed nt Bracrville a mining town Friday morning Anton Reinakurs body with two bullet holes in it was found by a watchman in a coal shaft Pistol shots had been heard at his house at 5 oclock in the evening and Reiniker was seen by neighbors to run from the house and to ward the shaft while his wife stood in the door and laughed at him Believed ilie Womans Sory Mrs Reinaker was arrested charged as a principal or accessory in the shooting She was known to cilespise her husband and to have formed an intimate friend ship with a young boarder in the family At the inqunst Mrs Reinaker testified that after attempting to shoot her her husband had shot himself She was discharged LawAbiding SoutH Carolinians COLUMBIA S C May Richardson has been notified that John T Graham the attorney for the lynched ne gro Leaphart has fled from Lexington from a mob that threatened his life and that there were abont fifty men in the town some of whom were surrounding the house of Graham where his wife and children were The temper of the mob indicated that they attacked the house they would have respect for neither sex nor age and the governor was requested to send protec tion for those people The governor im mediately telegraphed the sheriff to guard Grahams house and protect the inmates with a posse and that the sheriff would be held responsible for the safety of Mrs Gra ham and her children WliisTty Causes a Murder TUSCOLA III May murder was committed near TTumbolt Monday night that has created considerable excitement and caused many threats of lynching It is alleged that while three prominent young fanners of that vicinity were on their way home at a late hour one of them James Rogers was set upon by the other Campbell and George and beaten to death with clubs They were all intoxicated and had with them a jug of whisky Campbell is in jail Broke the Bante and IVout to Cuba BERLIN Wis May mystery con nected with the assignment of the well known banking house of C A Mather Co was settled yesterday morning when a letter Was received rom J M the missing junior partner The letter was written at Chicago Saturday evening Hawley admitted that his speculations on the board of trade weie the cause of the failure and that he was on his way to Cuba A Jealous Husband Shot HUNTINGDON Pa May Davis aged 53 an engineer on the Lucy Furnace railroad ivas shot and fatally wounded jesterday by his friend William Say He had accused Say of an improper Intimacy with Mrs Davis and had attacked him with a knife Say apparently fired in sejfde fense Davis was intoxicated at the time Arrest of a Defaulter DENVER Colo May Nickel the cashier of J M Berkey Co a real estate and investment company has been arrested charged with being a defaulter It is thought that the amount of the defalcation will reach between J5 000 and 89000 Gambling is supposed to be the cause Bad News fronj tlie Fruit Belt GBAT RAPIDS Mich May received from the ufruit belt are to the effect that the peach crop is practically a total wreck The warm weather during February stated the sap and the fruit bnds were so far developed tliat whea the cold snap came in early ilarch nearly everything was killed The crop as esti mated by one of the best informed horti culturists in the state who has jiiaj over the fruit district trill scarcely amount to onetenth of a normal crop A Gift to the Lutheran Clmreh VASHTSGTOS Cnrr May Chapel farm containing twentyseven acres has been presented to Che Lutheran church as a sltefor a home for the aged gift comes from Mrs Sarah Uterniehle a mettber of the Church of tthe BefoMna BRITISH AID AND COMFORT For the of Silver in the United States LONDON Juay Heary H Gibbs formerly goreriior of the Bank of England and now president of the Bimetallio league has sent the following cablegram to Senator Jones of Nevada in the name of the Bimetallic league The friends silver deeply regret the death of Senator Beck whose services in the cause of mone tary reform are most warmly appreciated on this side of the Atlantic The Bimet nllist party of the United Kingdom now including over 100 membersoE the house of commons attach the greatest value to the debate about to commence in your illus trious chamber We fully recogmze not only that the support afforded to silver by your legislation during the past twelve years has helped to protect the industrial world from an acute monetary crisis but also that the debates in congress have served more than all else to educate our people to recognition of the important is sues involved Some Other Douelits Kxpeeteil We believe also that the increased coin age of silver contemplated by congress will restore wholly or considerably your coin age rates and will thus make international settlement of this complex questioft com paratively easy We anticipate further and with much confidence that the ad vance iu the price of silver which must follow your action will stimulate both the export and the other trades of your country and while tending to the pros pticity of your agricultural classes will also assist the manufacturing industries of the United Kingdom and the whole body of our wage earners Illfiiois Republican FolUics CHICAGO May Republican state central committee completed its business yesterday by fixing June 34 as the date and Springfield as the place for the state con vention A telegram was received from Senator Cullom saying that the party must organize for victory a letter from Senator Fillwell saying that the fall con test will be largely in Chicago and that it is a Republican city if Republicans are united and a letter from Uncle Dick Oglesby in which he told the committee that there was nothing the matter with Illinois Resolution eulogistic of the late Editor Shuman were adopted by a rising vote The ratio of representation in the convention is to be one delegate for every 400 votes or majority fraction cast for President Harrison Meeting of Y M C A Men NASHVILLE Tenu May twen tieth annual conference of tin general sec retaries of the Y M C A of the United States and Canada opened in the hall of the house of representatives at oclock last evening Four hundred delegates arc present Tho general chairman and secretary of the executive committee Mr George T Howsor of Cincinnati pre sided After the formal organisation Mr T T BOUTJC of the School of Christian Workers at Bpringueld Mass read a pa per discussing tlie question of Are We Called to a Life of Work Thn Iay Expect WASHINGTON OITV May following are tho vTithcr imluiitinnri forihirtysixliouts fromSj yesterday For Indiana and Illi nois variable tnir weather exctiit pivotcU1 hi noit Item portions by light rain fair weather Thursday For Lower Micnifnii Warmer northwesterly winds fair weather except preceded by light pixov in northern portion For Lpper MfcM weather except preceded in eastern portion by litfht siow slightly warmer varia ble winds For weataer ex cept preceded in southern portion by rain warmer variable winds For fair weather variable winds warmer fair weather Thursday THE MARKETS CHICAGO May 0 Following are the quotations on tho board of trade today May opened Hlc closed IK3c Tune opened OiWic closed July opened closed ftiic Corn No 2 opened t loserl May npened SWTO dosed SU10 June pened S1335 closed July openol if 1350 fcd S June tpenol closed Ijive stok Lnion slock yards prices were quoted as follows i opened active nn1 strong with prics steady 115 mixed lots 420 heavy packing unit lots J430 Cattle Market quiet about steady beeves j3603ji20 cows and mixed Block ers and feeders 3275 6115 cornfed Texans Weak 10p25c lower muttons S5U0364fl lambs S025S723 irodiire Butter Finest creamery per H tin st dairy r irc packinar stock t ti SErictly per doz Poul Chickens SKS9c per Ib spring chickens SOOSSO per doz turkey XSUc per Ib ducks gteso J4POJ6W per do1 Pota oes on trackCommon and per bu Peerless35j4flc per bu Beauty of Hebron per bu Burbanks 4SJJ50 per bu Illi nois sweot potacoessood to choice 1 er bb Fair to choice lijii per obl New York YORK 0 No 2 red winter S102M cash do June 99c do July do August 95c No 2 mixed cash 44J4c do May do June do July Oats Strong and quiat No 2 mixed cash do Slay do June Rye Quiet tiut steady western Un changed Moderate demand firm mess for old Dull aad lower July JC70 August S690 Live Stock Xo trading m Ireevea dressed beef firm native sides Sheep and Market nearly nominal feeling weak clipped sheep KG Xolninally steady live hoijs 100 B3 In the Wash Thats where your delicate handker chiefs come to be more holey than like senice required of or less trite of a11 things washed ly dciiisie handkerchiefs tWO usuil the other with ITT 1 wit VV ilSI OI1C Jf the ons vou vulu most with it will Ix l r Ls best at tne eml tithe y e The oldfashioned way of rub rub r is slow work poor work slow death vvomen quick death to fine things a renders coarsn things useless longbe fore their time does awav with nil this Cost Lut five cents to try it fcv Avashing on ckage arsy on e try Ql js it ve Millions nro ratefu for it iry to borrowed brn eir Vort More Goods Marked and Placed iUpon Our Counters All at Wet Goods Prices DEWENTER The Hatter EDELWEJS Equal to any Imported Beer Made Delight ful Beautiful Try THE LOGANSPORr BREIIE 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 Has always stood first in its powerto preserve perishable food in Its solid workmanship and elegant finish Entirely original and novel in its theory By its practical and superior construction it has be come the STpDflRD REFRIGERATOR Of the United States and as conclusive proof we can recommend you to 3OOcifferentparties using them in this city For sale on by Otto jfteinshausen 4O8 Market Street Opp Golden Rule Dry Good MBRANb JAVA MOCHA CREAM BAKING SOLE AGENT Ua proven in millions ot bomes for more than quarter of a century It is used by the United Slates Government En lorscd by tbe beads of the great is the Strongest Purest and most Healthful Or Prices Baking Powder does not Ammonia lamoor Alum Sold only in cam PRICE BAKING 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