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   Logansport Pharos (Newspaper) - May 13, 1890, Logansport, Indiana                                jf i LOGANSPORT DAILY PHAKO8 16TH YEAR JOHN BRAYS Corner on Sun Umbrella In rulloiriiiK Materials Gloria Silk Como Silk Henrietta Silk Millitta Silk Century Silk French atin Fast Black Cotton Serge Satin Boiders Scotch Ggms And all gndes n Cotton Rain Umbrellas The above are made on the Paragon Frame Plain and Fancy Gold Han Plain and Fancy Silver Han Plain and Fancy Oxodizecl Handles TUESDAY EVENING MAY IB 1890 JONES OF NEVADA The Champion of Silver Talks to the Senate A STRONG PLEA POR PBEB OOISAGE firm the title of certain Sault Ste A D OLANS OPEHA HOUSE DOLAN MASACTBK David J Ramans Stand TONIGHT Celebrated Tho orchestra will bo under tho dirpjt on of tUodistlnmilrlKrt violinist Mr fen 11 valuable present riven uwiiy every niffht Cbnnrc of play cali evonliix OK TKICE3 Only 10 uml 20 cents lleserved Scats sale ttt Iviiinss illill store Fonca Imlluux Given the Grand Bluff by Secretary Lo the Hondo To He Very Sbort and to the What Xieeeh Knows of a Corner on Sil Back from Arkansas Official Notes fjom the Capitnl WA6UIXGTOX CITV May debate on the silver question bejjan jn earnest in the senate yesterday Jones of Nevada opening the campaign with a speech that occupied three hours and still was not fm felied The speech was made in the bill reported from the finance commit tee He begun by referring to tHe fSll 6 priced of commodities which he said jjjid fallen and continued to fall SUcli JHPbe nomcnon as a constant progressive fall iri the general range of prices had al ways exercised so baneful an influence op the prosperity of mankind it uevip failed to excite attentionWhen fall in was found operating on the prod ucts all industries when it was found not to be confined to any 950 clime coun try or race but to bediffused over the civilized not to be a charac teristic of any one year but to go on for a series of years it became manifest that it could not arise from local temporary or iiubordinate causes but that it must have its genesis and development in some prin cipal ot universal application The Cause of the Trouljje What was it he asked that produced a general decline of prices in any country lit was a shrinkage in the volume of money relatively to the population and business The world had never had a proper system ported back Jhe antitrust bjll with a ificatiou pi thcTjpuse amendment Jonei then took tfig floor ana spoke for three hours on the silver question and in favor of ffee coinage He had ctaclnded when he for an executive session the senate adjourned In the house a motidn was adopted limiting the general debate on the tatiff bill to one minute for each member on each proposition Anderson offered on amendment providing Thomsons Glove Fitting icy Prosperity and speculation had bullion abroad tinmlatca at times by great yields know anything Are most favorably known throughout the United States for their perfect shape ele gant fit great comfortancl as they are excellent wearing Corsots are the most econo mical Call and buy For Sale at WILER I WISES Hue Hive Dry Goods Umise Will Cure Your Htiadache S S 12thSt Drue Store FURNITURE S TrVE Our None but the Best Workmanship Allowed to Leave our Salesroom J W Henteoo E A KRCEOER EODS1SY STRAIK Straii Calls Proniptly Attended to Day or Night No 1S3 KoK OIECWESLS NERVE AND BRAIN TREATMENT i Wake of money been sti from mines and when these mines were worked out theii came revulsion and ad versity He wen on to speak of the na tural ratio between gold and silver exist ing for 2500 or 3000 ratio of to said that it was only since the legislative proscription of silver in Ger many and the United States and its ban ishment from the mints of Europe that tiny material change in the ratio took place and that Hie present divergence in this relative value of the two metals was directly due to the legal outlawry of silver and not to any natural cause Perfidious Sinn Who Lends It has always been tho object of the cred itors to enhance the value of money by re ducing its volume so that when the gold mines of California and Australia were producing the largest yield it was pro posed to demonetize gold The motive of demonetization in tlie case of gold as well as silver was to aggrandize the creditor class of the world and to confiscate so far as practicabletlie rewards ot the hardy toilers The demonetization of silver by Germany after her war with France ho said indicted greater evils on her people than her armies had indicted oil France and when that ovil began to have its ef fect a veritable hegira of the German pop ulation began to take place Our Own of Silver The demonctixation of silver by the United States in 1S73 lie regarded as one of those historical bunders that were worse than crimes It was the child oC ignorance and avarice anil it had proved the prolific parent of enforced idleness poverty arid misery No butter remedy could be ap plied than ihci absolute reversal that legislation and putting back the monetary system of the country to what it was before 1873 Tho value of both gold anil silver had risen with relation to all other com modities the rise being relatively slight in silver and ruinously great iu gold Bigger the Oiinntity Greater the Value Jones said that in order that prices might be kept from failing the number of dollars out should not be reduced in num ber for the purchasing power of each dol lar depended ou the whole number out And the larger number out the greater the value oE each To avc id too violent changes in tho purchasing power of money caused by too great abundance or scarcity of it society for 8CKX years ban used the two metals gold und silver so that their mutual oscillations of yield from the mines might serve to correct one another Should one of these be discarded and de prived of the power of legal tender all the moneywork of society would be thrown on the other whose value would there fore greatly increase Creditors Want Dear Money Joues dwelt with emphasis on the fact that the creditors did not care which metal was demonetized provided money was made scarce and dear Germany and Austria demonetized gold in 1857 but fail ing to secure the cooperation of England mlSTU giricea vrrtn nor vnjiur over France and expecting to further cripple that country reversed her policy and Joined England in discarding silver and adopted the gold standard Jones warmly defended the silver miners from the charge of selfishness in desiring the remonetization ot silver The silver min ers he said were as enduring as eager as vigorous adventurous as the argonauts of old They had never asked any favors of the government and they asked none now Their calling was an honorable ono and needed no defense NO COMFORT FOR THE PONCAS They Must Lose tlie Revenue Now Kc cetvetl from Cattle Barons WAsnisoios CITY May 13 Several members of the Ponca tribe of Indians in the Indian territory had a brief interview with Secretary Noble yesterday They mtrie here without asking permission of he department to urge the secretary not x insist upon enforcing the recent order directing the cattlemen to remove their tierds from the territory on or before the 1st of October next The Indians based their plea upon the loss of ravelrae which they would suffer when their lands were no longer leased for grazing purposes The Cattle Men Must 60 The secretary however gave them no comfort On the contrary he vigorously the occupation of the lands by outsiders as without the sanction of the law and unjust to the farmers of the coun try wno were obliged to compete with un taxed cattle graced on untoxed lands He ordered the Indians to teturn at once to tijelr homesand told theiS that the policy of the government in regard tothe occu patfon by cattle men of Indian laud would he rigidly carried out Gorman Succeeds Beck WASHISGTOS CITY May Dem ocratic senators held caucus yesterday morning to choose successor to the ThflrS was only on of Senator dgolijged the unanimous ons tor chairman St transacted WASHIKGTON Cm tbft Yoto the was afl it Andjrsgji mid Ov with the Democrats in fovp ilLby tellers voting with the of adoption Then applauded Several amendments were one being to make the date on which the bill afiall go into effect Jnly 11891 McKinley opposed this and said the bill should go into effect as soon as possible After some other amendments hag bgen rejected and none adopted thetiouge adjourned The ClaytonBrecklurldge Contest WASHINGTON CITY May 13 Messrs Iiacey Bergen and XCaisb of the con gressional committee that investigated the ClaytonBreckinridge contested elec tion case have returned to Washington from Arkansas The members are satis fied that thero is no foundation to the the ory that Thomas Hooper was the assassin of John M Clayton They state that it was clearly shown that Hooper was ill near Los Angeles Cal when the assassin ation was committed Several threaten ing letters were received by members of the committee during their stay in Ar kansas An Alleged Corner in Silver WASHINGTON CITY May Leech the director of the mint in an interview with a representative of the United Press about the published report that tliere was a corner in silver in this ccraritry and that in consequence ho was buying silver said that he did not about a corner in silver but as to the government buying silver and issuing certificates therefor that was all nonsense as there was no law author izing such a course Silver he said is be ing bought in London by private parties and stored But little silver is being of fered the government and that at a price considerably above the market Comptroller JSml Fortune WASHINGTON CITY May Comp troller of the Treasury Matthews who has been on a visit to a sick grandchild in Pittsfield Ills returned to Washington City yesterday and was shocked to find a message Ielling of the childs death He returned to Pittsfield last night Senator IMmnmlg Able To He Out WASHINGTON CITY May Senator Ed munds who has been ill fpr some time was present yesterday morning at the meeting of the committee ou the ju diciary The Presidents Trip to Cleveland WASHINGTON Cur May 13 Harrison expects to go to Cleveland O on the 80th hist to attend the Garfield monument ceremonies there on that date KILLED HIS LITTLE COUSIN A Tliat Indicates i Plentiful A DEACONS WRATH Exciting Skirmish in a Staten Island Parish WENT The Assailant the Drop at First and Stakes the Preacher Travel but the Ta bles Are of tlie Battle and Its Of fer Posted on the Door of a Historical New England Church NEW YORK May Purnell a colored oysterman and a deacon in the Zion African Methodist church at Rols ville Staten Island was arraigned yester day morning before Justice Disosway on a complaint of Hev William S Brown pastor of the church While Mr Brown was preaching in his pulpit Sunday morn ing Deacon Purnell entered in an excited manner flourishing a revolver He shouted at the top of his voice that he in tended to shoot Dominie Brown and great excitement prevailed Discretion tho Better Part of Valor Pastor Brownsuddenly discontinued his discourse and climbed out of a back win dow Deacon Purnell attempted to use his pistol but was restrained and the pas tor escaped from the church uninjured Dominie Brown took to his heels and made the best time possible to his home not far from the church He was hotly pursued by Deacon Purnell who still held the revolver in his hand When the deacon arrivedat Dominie Browns the minister was safely inside and had se curely barred the doors and windows Deacon Purnell after making an unsuc cessful effort to gain an entrance to the house raised his aevolver and began to blaze away through ono of the windows None of the shots hit either the minister or bis wife although they stood near the window Tlie Frenehor Opens Fire After Purnell had emptied his revolver DominJe Brown cautiously poked bis head oat of the front door and leveling a re volver at the deacon opened fire in a live ly manner The first shot missed the dea con but tho second plowed through his stovepipe hat knocking it off At this Deacon Purnell began to dodge and finally retreated without getting any of the bullets into his body Before evening serv ices were held a warrant was sworn put and Deacon Purnell was taken into cus tody Unpleasant stories were circulated which involved Dominie Brown and Dea con Purnells wife It is understood that Puracll openly accuses tlie minister of misconduct with Mrs Purnell This the dominie indignantly denies A majority the congregation are with the minister in his troubles Justice Disoswny ad journed the examination WANT TWO BLOODY CORPSES FAIR WOMAN IN DISGUST Tliat Indicates i cfc of Civilization GLTSNS FALLS N Y May A oldboy named McDonald shot und killed his 4yearold cousin at Ijiiicvue on Sun day Tlie circumstances leading to the tragedy are peculiar William McDonald died in au insane asylum sorcie time ago leaving a wiEc and two children His brother then left his wife and resided with the widow taking his 13yearold son with him The house was so arranged that another family who lived in it had to pass through the McDonald apartments in order to reach their own sleeping rooms in the second story Infamous Instructions to a Boy Recently the two families quarrelled and McDonald compelled his neighbors to use a ladder in reaching their rooms On Sunday McDonald went away from home telling his son to shoot the neighbors if they tried to get into his part of the house In handling the revolver during the day the boy shot his little coxirfu fatally Tlie father has been placed under arrest Scores on the Diamond CHICAGO May attendance at League and Brotherhood base ball games yesterday was as follows in the aggregate League 41S Brotherhood 5249 Scores League At New 0 New York innings at Philadelphia 17 Philadelphia 7 at Cincin 5 Cincinnati 3 Cleveland Chicago game Brotherhood At New 12 New York 2 at Ivn 11 Philadelphia 7 at burg Cleveland 5 ChicagoBuffalo game American At S Brooklyn 4 at 0 Rochester 3 at Louis 3 Toledo 4 at 1 Columbus 6 Tliu Iron Car Company YOBK May a meeting of creditors of the Iron Car company yester day claims amounting to being represented steps were taken to reorgan ize the colliery and a committee ap pointed The liabilities are and the assets including cars against which in car trust bonds have been sold f6600000 favorites Tor the Kentucky Derby LOUISVILLE Ky May are 000 thoroughbreds now at Churchill Downs awaiting the opening of the spring meeting The Derby will be run tomor row and the popular favorites for the event are Riley Robespierre and Prince Fonso in the ordei napied Thw favorite outsider is W G Morris A Sanguinary Offer lostcl on n eoimec ttctit Clmrcli Door STRATFORD Conn May offer ot S100 for the corpses of Deacon Samuel T Houghton and Committeeuian Thomas 13 Failchild was posted the other night on the front door of the SI vatford Congrega tiouiil church among notices of prayer meetings and notwithstanding the denial that it was authorized by any one belong ing to the church the belief exists that it was put up by some member of the con gregation JilstiiLy ot Tlie church is the oldest in the state and hist fall celebrated its 250th year of exist ence The church managers recom mended the reduction of the pastors sal ary to per year and hi then offered to take the financial management himself guaranteeing to to pay off tlie church tlolit in three years This offer was rejected and the rejection thereof caused a decided hubbub the women especially expressing themselves in terms very uncompliment ary to the deacons Wanted tUe Deacons IRcmoveil On the night of the rejection one of the ladies stopped directly in front of Deacon Houghton and in a tone signifying that she meant all she said exclsdmed I want the deacons to call a meeting so that we can pray to be soon rid of them Her additional utterances left no doubt that what she wanted was a special dis pensntion of Providence to remove the ob jectionable deacons as soon as possible no inatter bow Deacon Houghton has bee au officer of the church society for many years and is one of the mildest and njgs benevolent looking men that ever passed a plate He promptly resigned his positio as deacon and withdrew from the church and the society Next morning the nbov notice was posted The Feminine Balers of Kdnrton Throw Tip Job Kan May women re cently elected municipal offictirs of the City of W H Kelly raayor Mrs Thomas Greer police judge and Mrs Nat Ross Mrs Bolla Holdeu Mrs H C Brown and Mrs Stewart members of the city become disgusted with their newly acquired honors and have re signed They were elected originiUly as a joke When they qualified and mani fested a disposition to reform the old of doing things the men stormed until life became a burden to the fair young officers Mrs Kellys Tmln Programme Mrs Kelly said yesterday that they planued to build sidewalks clean the streets close up the hard cider joints and stir up the dry bones generally but the men declared that as they paid the taxes there should be no change made Rather than have a row the women determined to resign A number of men declare that they will reelect the same officers at the special election which has buen called for May 19 If the women are reelected they will consider it an indorsement of their intended programme ami will qualify and carry out their proposed reforms Minister Palmer Arrives in fcw York NEW YORK May W Pnimer United States minister to Spain arrived home yesterday on the French steamer Gascogne He was accompanied by his wife and his adopted son Murillo Castelar In an interview wifch a United Press re porter Mr Palmer said that he intended fully to become a candidate for the Re publican nomination for governor of Michigan but his nieces death changed his plans and he has no ambition now to run for auy office He further said it was his intention to resign the ministership unless the president and Mr Blaine con vince him that it is best not to resign Mrs Frank Xesl le and Do Ieu Slle LOXDON May Frank Leslie has arrived in London and her coming has aroused the Marquis De Leuville to activ ity The presence of the lady in London was the signal for the marqxiis to begin the circulation of reports that her visit had for its object her marriage to himself and the industry he has displayed in their dissemination provokes surprise and dis gust Dciith of the Oldest Attorney RUTLAND Vt May Reuben It Thrall said to be the oldest practicing attorneyin the United States died Sun day in his 95th year He had cases on the docket of the county and supreme courts at the time of his death He was states attorney in 1S80 and au oldtime Abolitionist and a coworker of William Lloycl Garrison A Coal Minn Keutimes Work MOUNT CARMEL Pa May lount Carrnel wlnaft company after ah dleness of thirteen weeks has resumed Iterations giving employment to SOCfmin rs The Weather May Expect WAsmsoTox CITY May following re the weather indications Eor tHirty4lt iours from 8 p m yesterday For Indiana aJ3l colder weather northerly vimls with threatcninj weather and rain weather and frosts in northern por ions by Wednesday morning For Lowjjr weuthor cloudy arul raiij mrthcrly winds For Cppr inucd cold and fair weather northerly winds For Colclur wcalhcr northerly fiiir preceded by rain fu southeast por ion frosts iirobably Wednesday morning For northerly winds fair weather ireceded by rain in eastern portion frosts Wednesday morning More Goods Our Counters Marked and Placed tUpon All at Wet Goods Prices DEWENTER The Hatter EDELWE1S Equal to any Imported Beer Made Delight ful Beautiful Try TBE LOGANSPORT BREWING COS Edelweis Beer made from the Best Im ported Hops and the Finest Select Hop Malt to be had Warranted Pure and Old OD Draught in all Places ToDay i i SPRING AND beg leave to announce to my patrons and tho 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 Striklns for JO Ber Cent Mo PlTTSBUKG Pa May thous and employes of the National Tube Works company at McKeesport went out on a strike yesterday for a ifl per cent advance a wages About 500 men blacksmiths and machinists remained at nrork Death of a S JTndge dASFRAXciSCO May George M United States district judge o Nevada died hire yesterday Trade Sale of YORK May trade sole at auction of flannels by order of Messrs Le Hand Whitney Co took place yesterday were in ajl 1200 cases sold fiw ranged from cents per yard for Dometts threefourths wide No 6 to 3T 58 for 14 YeUowstoae The prices were as good as was generttgr eypectcd Anxious to FjTrMe England May blue book just the government shows that fii negotiations of Simmons with th Vatican In regard to the status of the fto maa Catholic church in Malta worft suc Remain Yours Truly THE MARKETS Doesnt look Rosy for Carlisle FKAXKFORT Ky May wer 106 members present in the Democrat TPubwsfaeni entucky Democrats filibustered by mak ng speeches and dilatory motions thtiir iject being to gain time for uniting on onie one candidate The caucus ad rarned without taking a ballot It is aimed that this is a defeat for the Car isle forces Congressional Nominations KANSAS CITY Mo May Bepub can congressional convention after a our days fight has nominated Webb IcNeill of Smith county to succeed Hon J Turner the present incumbent PniLAKELrHIA May Democrats f Randalls old district yesterday noinin ted Hon Richard Vanx for congress and dopted resolutions in favor of free raw materials A Heroic Boysrate CAMPBELL FOET Onty May small dwelling occupied by a family Eiamed Vynn burned early Monday morning A 3year old boy named William Wynn and is grandmother Mrs Catharine Soules rere burned to death The woman was SO years of age and helpless and the boy lost is life in attempting to save her Such Wild Excitement PrrrSBUBO May from Warren Pa to The Leader says Ths wildest excitement prevails over the disap pearance of C TJ F Kennear of the Penn jvlvauia Gas companys office Ten thou sand dollars of the companys money has disappeared Numbers of large bills are unpaid CHICAGO May 13 Following are the quotations on the board touar May opened Hiic closed liSHc Turns opened 94c closed opened closed Corn Miiv opened 34jc closcd June opened Wfc close 1 July opened iSc elise I 2 May opened 27Hc cloiied 2796 June opened closed opened closed 26Hjc Pork May ojsened 53270 closed S12CO Tune opcnol closed S 300 July opened SlUO closed 31J15 cpenel gli20 closed S03H Block jimis nrlcea were quoted as follows opened fairly active uut weak with prices lower liBut grades S395S420 rough pack ing 5 mixed lots S4COa415 heavy pioUJUK anl shipping lots to stronger beeves 580 cciws arid mixed sloe and feeders S3T5iit00 mtttr tons S5C02610 clipped westerns 110 to HO Ibs Sl75gti70 lambs Produce per lb finest dairy stoct 6S6 EggsStrictly freshllc pr doz Poffl per lb spring chickens S2002l2uO per doz turkeys ftikUc per4b ducks llpizc geese per doz Pota toes on and bu PeeTlessa5340c per bu Beauty101 IJebroi Barbacik3 4S3JS9 ocr nois sweet potatoes good to choice per bbl to choice New York HEIKZ THE Has always stood first in Its power to preserve perishable food in Its solid workmanship and elegant finish Entirely original and novel In theory By its practical working and superior construction it has be come the STflNDfIRD REFRIGERATOR Of the United States and as conclusive proof we can recommendyou to 3OO efferent parties using them in this city For sale only by Otto 4O8 Market Street Opp Golden Bute fny Good Bi W H JDHHSDH President J F JOHKSGI Cashier STATE NATIONAL BANK y 1 h dp Corn do Ofc 2 do Xtmg BarleK ll mesg B14CO t Jiine I6M No 3 red wratef May 9Sc do June 98fe dp My W 2 mixed cash 42c do June do July 4c miied cnah 346i do g2ic Dull and Dull and unchanged Porfc for new Lard July Sfe Live Stoik Market former prices with a firmer closePJXwSt to beat steers tts bnlfe and dry cows llafket and io V clipped sheep 100 Jbs uns yearlings t30 lujshom do spring lambs J7SS j HogsMarkeVslow live hogs f 100 B3 The Safes in thin sbsoliitely Burgltr wad Fire Proof Vwilt w especially adapted for the deposit of Mortgages Bowk and alll Valuable Papen also Jewelry etc Rents are place at nominal prices of W to MO per year each The Vaults and Safes are fitted with all modern ImprorimeBU aa4 we cordially inTite thepublic to call aodinipect then Suicide of an Army Officer AXTOX10 Tex May Edwin B Weeks quartermaster at the military post here committed suicide Sun day night by blowing his brains out with areroller Despondency is supposed to have aosefl Hewaspossessed of wealth and leaves a fam ily Asa Bisklop of DcBrnce SnUivan ty New York sang out to his f in an acid fuctory Sa Goodbye See me diTe plunged headlong into an iron full of boiling ackL CREAM aesw on oorm rummoH OUft OOmf HAVE A ioreiceiUmce ptorea In nUltoiM of BBOAD r ANDY WELCH   

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