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Logansport Pharos (Newspaper) - May 12, 1890, Logansport, Indiana is LOGANSPORT DAILY PHAROS 16TH YEAR MONDAY EVENING MAY 12 1890 NO 12 JOHN BRAYS Corner on CYCLONEJWEPT Akron Ohio in the Path of the Tornado un In the following Materials Gloria Silk Henrietta Silk Century Silk Fast Black Satin Boiders Como Silk Millitta Silk French satin Cotton Serge Scotch Cgms And all grades in Cotton Kain Umbrellas The above are made on Paragon Frame Plain and Fancy Gold Han Plain and Fancy Silver Han Plain and Fancy Oxodlzed Handles TWO MILES OF WEEOK AND EUTN OIFKA HOUriE Dill OIPHA HOUSE HI 01 JIASAOEU INK solIK WKKK CommcnclnK MONDAY MAY J2th David J Homages Standard Theatre Co Will prestnt Mummy Mtiv liZtli the Beauti ful Southern Drama m live actH entitled THE OCTOROON Or Life in Louisiana Thuorclistri will bounder tho illroaUin ol llntlldtHiKiililiil viiiLiiilHl MrBen It Warner A vHlmiMo present riven away every nlfcht rhiiMncol Ilay each evening 8CAIK OK IlUCES I inly HI unit JO Itesorvecl Setlts on sule ill KruilllKfa illUK Bturo Are most favorably knov throughout the United States for their perfect shape ele gant fit great comfDrtand as they are excellent wearing Corsets are the mostecono ihcal Cal and buy For Sale at WILER WISES Bee Hive Dry Goods Hiuiac Powders Will Cure Your S AT 12thSt Drug Store 4 FURNITURE PRICES THE LOWEST OUP Designs Noue but the Best Workmanship Allowed to Leave our Salesroom U A KIWEGEU RODNEY STRAIN I Strain UNDERTAKERS Thirteen Persons More or less Seriously Injured Some Perhaps Winds Work Wlnd nturiiiK Explosion of a Locomotive Engineer uml fireman Railway Hands Lose Their UviiH AKRON O May Saturday evening in the midst of a most terrific cloudburst thin city was struck by the worst tornado beyond comparison which MIS ever been known hereabouts except ng perhaps tliu Sharon cyclone of a nnnth ago The storm struck the south ern part of the city and tore through the Ifth fuurth and second wards Fully 100 buildings were completely demolished luudreds more were badly damaged and a stretch two miles was razed of trees and buildings of all sorts The full Force of tlie tornado developed just west of Main street following a northeasterly course through Wolf creek valley of the Destruction A number of houses were unroofed and otherwise damaged and the eccentricity the cyclone was nevermore fully illus trated One house would lose its roof or Suva a portion torn to pieces and other wise be left unharmed while the iiXtoneto it would be reduced to Idn lling wood Two or three houses were lifted from their foundations turned up side down and left comparatively whole others were turned entirely round on their foundations One residence was smashed flat as if a tremendously heavyweight had been dropped upon it Another houso had the diningroom torn off at a time when nine persons were sitting at table It was carried itty feet and dropped tho oc cupants being all more or less injured but none fatally hurt Mr Hermans Xiirruxv Ksciipe This was Gcbhart Hermans house Mr Herman was pinned down in the debris aiid only the energy of despair when he smelt of the odor ot the fire near him en abled him toextricutuhimself Recovering ho found his little girlburniugby the over turned stove and before the flames could be extinguished she was frightfully burned about the buck and limbs O C Bakers grocery was torn to pieces His wife and daughters were in the building at tbe time but they made good their escape to tlie cellar nnd ware saved but Mr Bakar was missing A Urlek Ulocik Leveled The Gibbs pottery a brick block 150 by 00 feet was leveled to the earth with kilns aud belongings The family of Melvin Irish had just seated themselves supper when Mrs Irish warned by some intuition cried Run to the cellar a cyclone is coming She and her two children man aged to reach the cellar before the crash but Mr Irish was caught by a heavy tim ber and his spine was seriously injured Tho house was completely broken to pieces not a timber remaining in place Mr Irish was probably fatally injured The Lifit of Victim Tho following casualties are reported Molvin Irish leg broken internal injuries Wilson Kiplinger wife mother anil two children cut aud burned one chiM proba bly fatally Antonio Manuel August flhef and Mrs Dommick cut and bvuisofl not fatally Gcbhardt llermnn wife and two children all bruised aud cut by Hying debris Fatal Work Drmo in Missouri ST Louis Vny from differ ent points of northern Missouri state that a large amount of property has been de stroyed aud several persons killed by the violent storms of the past two days Tn garrison county the house of William Wilson was blown away Wilsou and his two children killed and several persons injured Twenty buildings were destroyed in Gentry county and Mrs N Green was killed Near Memphis Mo six dwell ings were blown away but nobody was killed or seriously injured EXPLOSION OF A LOCOMOTIVE Tho Kuglneev and Firenian lUovvii inti Kternlty BUFFALO N Y May after 2 oclock yesterday afternoon Luhigh Val ley switch engine No 2G1 was drawing a train of freight cars Crom the Tifft farm luto this city The engine was iu charge Engineer George Pearl aud Fireman Henry OConnor and was going at a moderate of speed and when near tho bridge over the Buffalo creek without a moments warn ing the boiler explqded The shock of the Explosion was torrldc being heard with distinctness two miles away Fireman OConnors body was blown 100 feet in the air and fell a shapeless mass The bocly of the engineer was found after some search 150 feet east of the wreck He was dead when found mid the remains were terribly mangled Both men hart wives in Buffalo and each leaves a family A MUSICAL SPECIAL WRECKED Throe Men an Hand Car Muslciiins Kscnpe Injury ST PAUL Minn May special train on the Burlington and Northern bear ing the Boston Symphony orchestra was wrecked at Prescott Wis yesterday after noon and a terrible accident narrowly averted A mile above Hastings tlie train ran into a hand car loaded with section hands both going at top speed The baud car was thrown thirty feet to one side and three men names unknown instantly killed and three othere severely injured The special was derailed aud the engine badly crippled The passengers were roughly knocked about and more or less bruised but none seriously injured A de lay of four hours occurred and an engine sent from here brought in the train The killed and wounded were cared for at Pres cott Calls Promptly Attended to Day or Night No 163 No63 IRECWESIS AND BRAIN TREATMENT Sixrifle for Hysteria Riniiiess FIB Neuralgia rulness Mental Oppression Sotteniner of tho Drain re In insanity and IcMllnB to misery ilecav ajU ilKithTPrcmiture OUL Ago Barrenness Loss of PIW in Involuntary Lasses Mid Spermatorrhoo bv oTcreienion o brmln wOrAbUfe u nvorlnduliwnce Each boi contains one months ravtitSI a box or six Cor by mail prepaU Vllh order for all paidtasar KturanM to curt Believe That Thirty Perished Nsw YORK May 12 special to The Herald from Norwich X T says that notwithstanding the mysterious reticence or the coroner and the keepers and super Indent of the burned Chennngp counts poor house at Preston persons in a posi tion to know say that at least thirty pa tients perished in the flames Speaker Beedu Idea Approved WASHTSOTON Crrr May ques tion ol adjournment has been discussed in formally in the isenate committee on ftnanee and committee on appropriations and it has been determined rilat the sug gestion of Speaker Heed that an adjourn ment Ibe had by the middle of July is a good one The Kemmler HaTjeaa Corpus due ACBUBS N Y May habeas corpus writ in the case of derer William Kemimler issued by Corbett of Buffalo came up before Underwood here Saturday The tion of Kemmlerst counsel in this that the legislature can which he has ana oestow n upon an omcer not of the states prison In other words that the law is invalid in that it makes the warden the executioner instead of the sheriff The case was merely stated and submitted without argument the judge ruled against the prisoner and now it will go to the court ot appeals CENSUS SUPERVISORS ATTENTION in Important Order Issued by Superin tendent Porter WASHINGTON CITY May Superin tendent Porter has sent the following im portant order to all supervisors of census It has been brought to the attention of the superintendent of census that the city councils nnd boards of trade of certain western cities have sums of money to aid their census supervisors in the enumeration of the population While it may be urged by some that such a pro ceeding is legitimate and merely intended to help the government to obtain a fair aud full enumeration I atn compelled to look upon it as an almost iirresistibletemn tation to fraud and consequently endan gering an honest count the people If Vim Dont like Your Pay Benign If tolerated by this office it would have a tendency to bring the whole cepsus into disrepute You are therefore positively instructed not to receive any such compen sation yourself nor countenance for one in stant the payment of any sum of money whatever by municipalities corporations associations or persons to enumerators Any supervisor of census who is not con tent withjthe remuneration allowed by law which is double the amount paid in 1880 should at once resigfn No Census Skullduggery To Be Toluratcd The Elevopth ceifisus must shall be above suspicion To tolerate any action on the part municipalities associations organizations or individuals no matter how powerful they may be which has for its purpose the debauching or which would even throw the slightest taintupon the truthfulness of the returns would iu my opinion be nothing short of a crime against the people of the United States Doings in Congress Saturday WASHINGTON CITV May A protest from the Indians oE Indian territory was presented iu the Saturday against numerous grants of rightsofway ways through their lands ou the ground that the said railways were merely specu lative The army appropriation was passed after Bales amendment prohibiting the sale of liquors at military posts had been adopted Butler suggested the insertion af H provision to supply nursing bottles catnip tea etc to the soldiers Iu the next ninety minutes 135 individual pen sion Ijills were passed some of them being to increase the pensions of widows ot of ficers of the army and navy One was to give a pension of per month to John Swearer who volunteered to assist1 in de fending Fort Sumtor and was wounded wing the first man hurt in the war of the ebelliou After an executive session the enatc adjourned The house debated the tariff all day and tntil p m a large number of mem bers expressing their views on the bill Will All Vote for tho Bill WASFIIXGTON CITY May itanding the report of Representative xenna of California tlie representative of he Pacific coast on the ways nnd means joiuinitlcc dissenting from the sugar ichedulu of the tariff bill it is understood lmt lie will vote for the bill as a whole contenting Ivrnself with offering amend imnts when the smar schedule is reached n thu debute on tlie bill proper during tbe neolc ti the of Colemaii of ana and other Republicans who do not ipprove the sugar claneOj it may also be safely said that tlujwill vote for the bill as a whole AViigeft of Vanii TjUlior WASHINGTON CnY May agri cultural department has inado an iuvest gation of the wages of farm laborers which shows that the monthly rate of wages has uot declined Compared with hc last previous reriort that of May last he average for the country is unchanged hough slight locfil ducttuitions are re ported A scaicely appreciable increase ippears iu the eastern and middle states and there is some increase in Virginia There is a slight reduction of of he Pacilic coast region which arc still re latively high Senator Shermans ISirtlulily WASHINGTON CITY May Sherman gave a dinner party Saturday night in honor of thu completion of his 07th year of life A distinguished gathering was present including Presi dent Harrison Vice President Morton Senator llawley Senator Jones Secretary Noble Senator Cameron and Speaker Reed Postponed tie Meeting Indefinitely WASHINGTON Crrv May meet ing of the executive committee of the na tional Republican committee called to meet in Washington City today has ow ing to the absence of Gen Clavksou been postponed indefinitely A MONSTER DEAL IN BREWERIES Purchase of tlie Chicago Plants by a Brit ish Syndicate CHICAGO May purchase and consolidation of the leading Chicago brew eries has finally been consummated and the details of the future management are about perfect Russell H Monroe of Rochester has been at the ftichelieu to this end for several weeks past and the matter is now in such shape that the siock will shortly be placed upon the English market The proposed directors according to the prospectus just issued are ayf in London who are not named Russell H MoJtroe of Rochester who will join the board after allotment and in Chicago Thies J Lefeus William C Seipp John A Orb P J Dewes L C Huck George Buljen and i1 S Winston The offices jri Londofi wpl be located at Wallford court and in Chicago m the Adams Express bttilding The price to be paid by the company for the breweries and malting or about The company will apquiie all th f real estate properties buildings machimery rolling stoSk aiiu all the stocks aiid materials which are iised m the conduct of the trifSe THE TRAIN OH TIME Vightning Trip of the Eccentric George Francis THE BASE BALL SITUATION KELLY ELYS BECOBD DISCOUNTED He Will Rench the End of His Trip Bar ring Accidents In SixtyTiro Boss Voyage Around the Row in Fermentation Over the Partition of Africa Among the European Land May Francis Train arrived here Saturday afternoon on bis journiiy around the world He held a levee at the Victoria hotel and started for Queenstown in the evening en route to New York lie is in good health and on time He said I will arrive at Newport next Saturday I will then take the fast express over the New York Central or Pennsylvania railway and reach Chicago honrs I ll give a reception to the Press club of Chicago in the dining car for an hour Then 1 will take a special train over the Xorthestem for St Pirn snd get there in ten hours At S6 Paul I will hire a special train on the Northern Pacific railroad It will cost and will carry me to Tacoma a dis tance miles Arrived at Tacoma I shall have been around the wcrld in sixtytwo days Mr Train paused for the tenth part of a second during which be pushed his fe a little further over his left ear unrl exclilimed What do you think of He didnt wait for an answer butexploded again Ill startle em I tell you Ho Sets Off on the Etruria Mr Train embarked safely on the Etru tria for New York yesterday a goodly company of admiring Americans being present to bid him bon voyage The pa pers devote a good deal of space to Mr Train but seem quite puzzled as to his proper among the geniuses or the cranks of America The former rating is insisted upon by some writers who remember him as the brilliant inventor and orator of days gone by and who remind us that we are indebted to him for our tram car system while less favorable com ments are made by others who can not convince themselves that the genial philo sophers expressions of Anarchistic senti ments should be condoned All agree at least that in his present enterprise he is likely to succeed in records beating all previous OD the Programme of the Record and Scores CfflCAUO May rumors of inter est in base ball circles week were to the effect that Pittsburg and Cleveland would go out of tiie League and that the League incited thereto by the gate receipts rather lack of gate get up another schedule But Mr Spald iug who went to New York daring the week returned Saturday and declared that there was no truth in the aforesaid reports the League was in the fight to the end aud would spend all the money neces sary to win It was still the hope and em bodiment of the national game and the Brotherhood didnt count Saturdays at tendance at the League and Brotherhood games showed somewhat better than previous reports there beiug 0751 at League games and 0554 at Brotherhood parks but the League played one more game that day than the Brotherhood Standing of Clubs Following is the weekly record of all the principal aggregations RrothhoJd won lost pcj League wop lost pc ifl 4 714 More Goods Our Counters Chicago Boston Pliilnphia Brooklyn Buffalo Pitts tmrg Cleveland New York 333 ICftgO ClnctnqaU Brooklyn Boston Cleveland Plttsbiirg Xerr York ego 530 30 6 437 t 9 357 10 333 American Rochester Athletic St Louis Louisville Columbus Syracuse Toledo Brooklyn iron lost pcl Western won lost pc 13 5 7JSDenver 11 0 847 11 5 638 DCS Molnes 11 7 611 11 0 CltT 10 7 588 9 8 539MinnepoHs ft 8 529 H 10 444lMllwaukee 9 9 7 10 4t2llCaosasCH7 6 9 4Qp 8 10 875 St Paul G II AFRICA MAY MAKE TROUPLE Tho Conflicting Interests in the Dark Con Congress Wanted LONDON May congress of those European powers have territorial possessions hi Africa is rapidly becoming a necessity if serious complications ami troubles are to be avoided There arc all the elements of a great outbrcuk in the seizure mid parceling out of terri tory vhich is going on in that country often in defiance of distinct lines of limita tion and treaty obligations Some of these conflicts of interest have undoubted ly arisen out of imperfect maps which leave important lines of demarcation in ques tion but they are too freqnontly traceable to a spirit of aggression which threatens mischief Muliiiiff n Bivvy The partition of nn imperfectly explored country like this central of Africa is an umleitnkinK beset with many diffi culties anil prrii ireat Britain Ger I many Portugal fiplsum France and Italy are all more or less concerned in what is taking place there and each hii imoicsls which it is anxious to protect The friction which Intelarose between Kngland and Portugal was only an illus tratinn of what may occur at any moment between other powers that may seek to ex pand their possessions in Africa Music for Sophs to Dance By AEBOK Mich May morefreshiuea episode of Thursday night is liable to result seriously for tjie sopho mores President Angell had the fire ab doctors before hira Saturday and after examining them said that their cases would be attended to at the nest faculty meeting The boys are now fearful of ex pulsion The freshmen regard the matter as a joke and say that they will use every effort to save the sophomores from punish ment Kot Prepared to Fight Tire BRABFOHD Pa May two frame business houses af the village Ellicottville if Y wefe destroyed by yasterday afteirnoon The Tillage has no fire department and assistance was given them from Salamanca and Brad ford loss is about tWOOO A Itatlier Cniistic Article LONDON Liberal organ The Speaker in an article nnder the head ing A Honsfe of Thieves comments very severely upon the rejection of the interna copyright bill by the American cou jress English society says Tho Speak r ought to decline to accord the usual international courtesies to any American visitor who is recognized ns having given lis support to this disgraceful vote iu the louse of representatives Xo club should open its doors to him no person should fterhim hospitality Interested in Our Silver Legislation LONDON May a banquet to be given Wednesday by advocates of bimet allism Dr Henry Chaplin M P presi dent of the board of agriculture will make a speeql expressing the strong in erest taken by the foya currency com mision in the action of the con gress upon the silver question A Race Across the Atlantic LIYEKPOOL May City of Home left Xetv York at 5 p m and the Aurania at 4 p m April 30 They were in sight of each other all the way across the Cijy of Rome being slightly ahead most of the ime The City of Rome arrived in Liver pool yesterday a little ahead of the rania Chinese Honor to Gen Gordon TIENTSIN May Hung Chang yesterday opened the municipal hall which is named after Gen Gordon At a banquet following the open ing ilr Denby the American niiriistejr predicted that there would be a railway in Manchuria iu two years Twenty Buried in the Deljric PARIS May of the works connected with extensive building opera tions at the Alssises fort near Namaur collapsed yesterday burying twenty per sons in the debris Five dead bodies and twelve injured persons have been extricated from the ruins Sarah Bemhardt Seriously Hurt PAKIS May Bernhardt is ill During the prison scene in her recent per formance of Jeanne dArc a splinter en tered her knee The wound at first con sidered trivial has grown more serious in ftammation having set in Says She iid It by Accident Me May the young woman who sjiot Percy Kich Thursday was arrested Saturday at his home The victim was in the same con dition She claims that the shooting tras accidental Clevelands Advice to the Farmers STEUBESVILLE O May a letter replying to one from the Farmers Alli ance Grover Cleveland strongly advisp the farmers to work for tariff reform in order to improve their condition Crusade SonUnloc Men NSW YOKE May coal shovellers and Stone Handlers Protective union last night ordered a strike of the men em ployed by the Hnrricane Isle Granite ewm pany because of companys to discharge nonunion men About ISO nen will go out 3 14 177iOmaha 6 11 353 Saturday aud Suuday The following are the scores made in the latest games played League At New York 2 Bos ton 3 at 4 Brooklyn 0 at 11 Pittsburg 1 at Brotherhood At New York T Boston 2 at 12 Brooklyn 7 No games at Chicago and weather American At 7 Brooklyn 5 at 2 Columbus 0 rain at Kochester and Toledo at Windsor Beach N Kochester 10 Syracuse 1 at Philadelphia S Brooklyn 5 at Columbus Louisville 0Coluuibns 10 ta Louis 4 Toledo 8 Western At 4 Kansas City 9 at Sioux City 1 Den ver 0 at St 6 St Paul 5 at Des 1 Des Moiues 2 At St Paul 0 Milwaukee 1 at Sioux City 0 Denver 1 at 14 Kausoi City 11 THEY CUt UP A MILLIONAIRE Dissect the Body of u Man Who Had Been Left a Fortune CLEVELAND May Trouje an attorney of Amsterdam Holland and a legal afisociate arrived in this cits Fri day and spent Saturday making inquiries in regard to the heir to a Holland estate worth 0000000 marks The man they wanted was Hubert von Bamber who came to this country several years ago lifter a quarrel with his family Bam bcrs brother died recently leaving his whole property to Hubert The lawyers learned that Hubert adopted the name ol Edmonds aud settled in Cleveland His Fortune Camq Too Late the aid of officials it was as certained that Edmonds entered the city infirmary in January ISSfl in distressed circumstances and suffering from con sumption Ho died in February last ami his body was turned over to a medical col Lege for dissection The chain of evidence far to establish the identity of Bam Inr with that of Edmonds and the law yers are pretty well satisfied that when thi students in the college dissected Edmonds they cut up the heir to a 0000000 markb estate in Holland The Chicago Worlds Fair CHICAGO May encouraging are the reports of the financial committee of the Worlds fair directory that it has been decided to raise the additional SSOOOOtX necessary to meet the terms of the bill in corporating the fair by an increase of stock to that amount instead of the issue of bonds It is believed that the whole JHI000000 can be thus raised California has telegraphed here that the Goldei state will want about ten acres of grouiu for its exhibit The directory is iu favo of the Lake Front for the site and a plan is under consideration to fill iu the lake ti a distance o feet from the presen short lliie in order to get room Wrestle Broke Vp in a Row PROVIDESCE R I May A ivrestlin match for JoOO a side between Bibby anc Cattanuch at tho Pawtucket rink Satur day night broke up amid great excite ment the police charging upon the disor derly crowd with clubs Each man hat won one fall The referee left without an nouncing a decision The Weather We May Expect WASHINGTON CITY Jlay fpllowioi are the weather indlgations for thirtysi hours from 8 p m For and weather sohtheri winds fair followed tjrain and local stdTnu cooler Tuesday For Lower weather increasing southerly mnds pip w and rain preceded by fair cooler TneedAJ For Upper cloodlneS and rain high easterly winds colder morniiiR For weiitH er and rain high southeasterly to easterly winJa colder Tuesday morning Eor Threatening weather and rain high southerl winds shiftily to decidedly colder northffeet ily vnds Tuesday local storms When your friend tires of von whoM fatilt i Marked and Placed Upon All at Wet Goods Prices DEWENTER The Hatter EDELWE1S qual to any Imported Beer Made Delight ful Beautiful Try Edelweis Beer made from the Best Im ported Hops and the Finest Select Hop Malt to be had Warranted Pure and Old i Draught in all Places ToDay SPRING AND beg leave to announce to my patrons and the public n general that 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