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   Logansport Pharos (Newspaper) - May 14, 1890, Logansport, Indiana                                LOGANSPORT DAILY PHAROS 16TH YEAfl WEDNESDAY EVENING MAY 14 1890 SO 14 JOHN GRAYS Corner on un In the foltowlnff Materials Silk Gomo Silk Henrietta Silk Mlllltta Silk Century Silk French plst Black Cotton Serge S5tin BQJders Scotch Ggms And all grades fn Cotton Rain Umbrellas The above are made on the Paragon Frame Plain and Fancy Gold Han dpfain and Fancy Silver Han SILVERAND GOLD 1 he Debate in the Senate on the Money Issue JOSS3 CONCLUDES HIS LONG PLEA dies Plain and Handles Fancy Oxodlzed OPEUA HOUSE tVii DUfAK MANAOKIl David J Homages Standird Theatre Co TONIGHT will bo under the tiifMiistliiKiiUluil violinist Mr Ben K Wiiriio A present nlvcn away every phiv each evening night SCALP OF IUICES Only in mil 0 conls Uoservcd Heals on ofil inal Tliinijf ProralMNl tlie JUumlt of Free join Inquisitive Sena tor UmiiniUlee Comments on Hie Two Fenntuii Attacks the Tnrlir Oak Seed tram England Planted lit Official New WASIIINGTOS CITY May was the subject of senatorial eloquence again yesterday uiA Jones of Nevada was the principal figure in the discussion As soon the clerks desk was cleared of routine business Jones took the floor to complete speech He began by saying that if the fefrs expressed by some that free coin age ol silver would drive gold from the country for every gold dollar that left a dollar would be in circulation But gold would not go and it it could be kept only on condition of debasing diver it ought to go The total amount of silver and gold in the worlds stock was about equal both possessed in common and neither in any higher degree than the other all the qualities which are recog nized as necessary in money The purpose in using both had always been to preserve society from the result of accidents in the production of either and the effect of de monetization of silver was to defeat that beneficent purpose Redemption in Bullion He opposed the idea of redeeming treas ury notes in bullion on the ground that when they were so redeemed the monetary I u service pension bill which the senates is not The Houae Bill Inadequate Counting the number of disabled sol diers in the soldiers Ijomes and elee mosynary institutions there are at least 25000 disabled and dependent Union sol diers recipients of public charity The rate off3 a month approaches nearly the minimum of subsistence while a month undoubtedly falls far below it If it be deemed expedient to allow a pension of per month simply because a person is disabled that is no reason why H a month be taken from the dependent sol diers Cost of thoService Pension A service pension should not be involved in the matter now upder consideration which is relief to the to the Such a bill requires most seri ous discussion Estimates prepared by Capt Ainsworth shdw that the approxi mate aggregate cost of a service pension upon a basis of sixtytwo years as the age limit will be Upon a of sixty years the cost would be 829 Of this amount must be paid before the end of the year 1015 and the average annual payment will be 523732 These estimates are materially greater than those of the house committee but the senate committee adopt them be cause they seem to based on valid reasons HOPES They Are Anchored on a Writ of Error STATUS OF THE CHICAGO OASES BUTTERWORTHNOT SATISFIED Ho Much Fault wltli McKinley Tariff BUI WASHINGTON CITY May in the senate a bill was reported favorably for a public building at Madison Ind to cost The pension committee re ported a disagreement to the house substi tute for the dependent pension bill and a conference was ordered Jones of Nevada then completed his speech on the silver bill and was followed by Jones of Arkan sas in opposition to the pending bill of the senate finance committee A took place in short colloquial discussion circulation would be contracted and the which Icgalls Allison and other Repub putting of bullion on the market would licans intimated that they would not vote not make tip to the country for the loas of i for the bill the antitrust bill was recom money from its circulation He expressed mitted to the judiciary committee and entire confidence in the honesty of purafter a short executive session the senate pose and conscientiousness of motive of adjoiimed the present secretary of the treasury but The house committee on commerce re sale that as none of the secretaries for ported favorably a bill to construct a tun twelve years past had coined a dollar nel under the river at Detroit to be used more than compelled to do future secre by any railway company that pay Caries might conscientiously deem it their Are most favorably known throughout the United States for their perfect shape ele gant fit ijreat comfortana as they are excellent wearing Corsets are the mpstecono mical Call and buy For Sale at W1LER 1 WISES Hoc Hive Dry Goods Ilrniae ft Ufti Will Cure Your Headache S PJIRLZIITS 12thSt Drue Store FURNITURE PRICES THE LOWEST Our Designs None but the Best Workmanship Allowed to Leave our Salesroom B A KUtKOEK RODSEY STRAIN Straw UNDERTAKERS duty to keep in circulation the least possi ble amount of the proposed treasury notes and thus the United States treasury might in effect become a mere purchasing agent for the East India company or for syndi atea of English merchants wanting bull on cheap iu order to make their pay iients to India The SenatorH Peroration He concluded as follows I predict Mr resident that the restoration of silver to ts birthright will mark an epoch in the listory this republic It will increase he wages of labor and the prices of the noclucts labor it will reduce the price of bonds and other forms money futures twill lighten but not inequitably the burden ol mortgages it will increase argely though not unjustly the debtpay ing and taxpaying power of the people It will loosen the grasp ot the creditor from the neck o the debtor It will lift the bowed head of labor it will hush the threnody of toil It will in augurate the true renais sance of prosperity without which in dustry learning science literature art nre but apples of Sodom Applause Put Through u Catechism Blair askid Jones if he meant to be un derstood as stating that a fall in prices of commodities was an absolute demonstra tion of the increased value of money He Blair supposed that the fall in prices re sulting from protective tariff was bene ficial and was not an indication of an in crease in the value of money Jones replied that the tariff if it had the offect of reducing prices did not do by reason of a certain percentage being im posed upon imported goods but by reason of the stimulus which it gave to home pro duction and to inventions Never Hcuvil of a 72Ccnt Dollar McPhorson asked whether if silver dol lars worth 73 cents were coined without limitation thus establishing n silver the holders of gold being held inthe country would not absolutely with draw it from circulation Jones said that he hardly knew what the senator meant by a silver basis or by a 72 cent dollar He had never seen a 72ceut dollar the senators argu ment is that after we are on a silver basis AS wo certainly would be there would be fit inequality in the value of the money Because the money would be all iu silver no inequality between it and gold Withdrawal of Gold a Bogy aicPhersou Certainly net because there would be no gold in circulation could use your shortlegged dollar in payment of debts but when you come to make new obligations you would have to do so at prices equal to the difference be tween the value oE gold and silver Joues said that he had never heard of a shortlegged dollar All that talk about the withdrawal ot gold from circulation was a bogy to frighten people With the exception of a few millions on the Pacific const there was absolutely no gold in cir culation in the United States There was 60 little gold in circulation that it would be no exaggeration to say that there were millions of people in the United States who had never seeu a gold coin Who ITiithers the Bill Jones of Arkansas said that the bill was all wrong that the public did not care what the bullion value of silver was as the public would receive no benefit from the price The result of the govern ment buying per month would be to cause the price to rise to the point where the government would have to sus pend purchases He favored an amend nent providing for the unlimited coinage of silver whenever the price reached the limit in the grains for one dollar He referred to the bill as the bill of Re publican caucus and this brought Teller ind other Bepublicans to their feet with the statement that it was not such a bill but merely the bill ot the senate ftnanci committee Upon Jones saying that al the Kcpublicans in the senate would vote tor it Ingalls Allison and others declared that was not so The bill then went over the tolls fixed by the war office After some routine business was transacted the tariff debate was resumed and Butter worth spoke at length in favor of the gen eral principles of protection but against what he considered the inequalities of the bill He also advocated reciprocity with Canada Butterworths speech was ap plauded by the Democrats He partlcu larly objected to the duty on tin plate and said the bill would enable certain classes ot manufacturers to pockat millions in A number of amendments reduc g 3g duties were offered and rejected and after considering thirteen of the 156 pages of the bill the house adjourned Of Interest to Beer WASHINGTON CITV May The senate committee on finance has acted favorably upon two bills of interest to manufac turers and exporters of beer iu this coun try The first authorizes a change in the present law so as to permit the transfer of beer from the brewery to the bottling houses by a pipe line or other conduit for bottling purposes only The second meas ure authorizes the export of beer in bond and does away with the payment of draw backs by the government after Jan 11891 except upon beer exported prior to that date Uritish Oak at Washingtons Tomb WASHINGTON CITY May the Prince of Wales was in this country years ago he planted an oak tree at the tomb of Washington at Mount Vcrnon The tree died a few years ago Yesterday Sir Jul ian Pauncefote the British minister planted the seed of an oak tree almost in the identical spot where the oak planted by the Prince of Wales stood The seed was sent over by the Prince of Wales A number of distingishecl people were present and Sir Julian Pauncefote made n speech appropriate to the occasion Ben Butler Retained and Has Boubt of tor a Writ of Habeas Corpui in Behalf of FUlden Schwab and SfeebeTo Be Made to Judge of Expectations of the PrlsoneM Connie CHICAGO May have been made to attempt to secure the release from the penitentiary of Samuel Fieldeu Michael Schwab and Oscar Xeebe by a method heretofore not hinted at in the case In a short time an application will be made to Judge Jresham for a writ of habeas corpus on the ground that the prisoners are detained without due process of law That is that they were not in court when sentence of death was pronounced upon them by the state supreme court Gen Butler is retained in thecase and says he has no doubt the move will be suc cessful History of the Case After the sentence of death was passed upon the condemned Anarchists and Neebe was doomed to spend fifteen years in the penitentiary the case was appealed to the supreme court where the finding of the lower court with the sentence of death for Spies Parsons Lingg Fischer Engcl Schwab and Fieldeu was affirmed The prisoners were not taken before the su preme court to hear this affirmation of their sentences and their lawyers were not even notified to be present The claim was made that this was a breach of their con stitutional rightsand that the eonstitu tiou even went so far as to say that a sen tence of death rendered in the absence of the prisoners was not due process of law In the Nations Supreme Court The claim was not made in time to save Lingg from selfdestruction or Spies Par sons Fischer or Engel from the gallows Schwab and Fieldeu would have shared the fate of the last four liad not the gov ernor interfered with his commutation of their sentences to imprisonment for life But finally the claim was pushed to the 0 S supremecourfc and an application was made for a writ of error on the grounds that the surviving felons should have been before tha Illinois supreme court when their sentences were affirmed The chief judicial tribunal intimated that the point was well taken but held that it could not go back of the record which showed that the defendants were actually in court in spite of the wellknown fact that they were not Amendment of the Record If the record were amendmed the su preme court said it could then consider the matter In the March term of 1888 a motion was made in the state supreme court to amend the record and May 16 1889 the motion was denied on the ground that it was not necessary that the prison ers should be before the court when the sentence was affirmed Furthermore it was held that the statutes gave the court up right to amend the record This an swer was taken to the federal supreme court where it was argued that in spite of the statement of the state supreme court the general practice was to amend the record where evident mistakes existed The court finally granted a writ of error which will be heard by October Interpretation of State Zaws This writ of error is on the point of the state supreme courts refusal to amend the record but if the United States supreme court decides this to bo error it will doubt less go into the whole matter The federal supreme court his held that it is the judge of the laws of the state and it is not for the state supreme court to decide whether the statutes gave it power to do a certain thing and it has overruled the iutrpretn tion given by the state supreme courts fre quently A DASTARDLY MURDER MARRIED THREE TIMES And Finally Concluded to Skip Xnra One BAY CITY Mich May Hart sleep fourteen years ago was married to a woman in Canandaigua N Y They lived together until about seven years ago and then separated Mrs Hartsleep com ing to Michigan About a year after thiir separation Mrs learned that the husband was dead Four years passed and she married a man named Cook A year ago she and Cook separated the woman coining to this city Here slie met Mr Granger and was married to him in December About a month after her marriage she received a letter from Hart sleep Wont Off wltli the OKI Love The two kept up a correspondence and Saturday Hartsleep arrived in the city He proceeded directly to Grangers house and remained there until Granger returned and ordered him to leave Mrs Hartsleep or Granger told him where to go and said she would join him in a short time Slit1 was true to her word anil the couple RIO now living together having taken the household furniture which Granger had supplied with them Granger hns told his grievances to the prosecuting attorney who has not decided iu the matter what action to take More Goods OUT Counters Marked and Placed jUpon All at Wet Goods Prices DEWENTER The Hatter Calls Promptly Attended to Day or Night No 183 No83 EC WESTS NERVE AND BRAIN TREATMENT THE QUESTION OF PENSIONS Camiot Dispense witll CooJey WASinSGTOv CITY May Cooley of the interstate commerce com mission has returned to the city after an absence of several months at bis home in Ann Arbor due to serious illness He has not yet entirely recovered but he is feeling much better Judge Cooley has several imes offered to resign his office in favor of ome man of more active habits and het er health biit the president and col eagnes have urged him not to do so Three New National Hunks WASHINGTON CITY May follow ng named national banks hove been au thorised to commence business First Na ional bank of Lndonia Tex capital 000 First National bank of Rhinclander Wis capital Peoples National bank of Monmputh Ills capital Found in His Room CHICAGO May police are inves tigating a mysterious death which oc curred at the Lelancl house James E elly formerly in the liquor business re tired to his rcom in the hotel at 9 oclock Saturday evening and was found dead early Monday morning The police sus picious of foul play have arrested Ed Frye a porter in the hotel who says that at the request of Kelly he purchased 25 cents worth of morphine Saturday night The police are of the opinion that Frye ad ministered the drug in larger doses than Kelly asked for This Frye denies Mighty CneaV to Travel CHICAGO Hay passenger rate war has apparently got down to hard pan Yesterday the Burlington made a rate pf between Kansas City and St Louis This stirred up the Chicago and Altoii Missouri Pacifjc and Wablish to a lively extent The Burlington also has in con templation and will probabjy annpnjgje some big cut rates between St Paul Mia Minneapolis and Chicago An Unfounded Rnmor BALTIMORE May of the Baltimore ind Ohio pany said You may me that orthitanfi iy t of ore or the Gaftett Wny Not Put Some Life in Chelsea CHELSEA Mass May common council of this city has reconsidered its re cent vote to petition the legislature for a change of name owing to the common use in neighboring cities of the expression As Chelsea and the city wUl retain Dan Casey Deliberately Shoots His K mys Wife Tlirougli the Heart OMAHA Neb May HA special from David City says that a wealthyfarmer named Dan Casey yesterday morning shot and instantly killed Mrs Riordau the wife of a ueighbo Monday thu Riordan cattle got into his field In the quarrel that fol lowed Casey was set upon by the Riordans and badly beaten Yesterday morninghe came to town and bought a revolver About four miles out on his return home he met Mrs Riordan and one of her sons in a wagon and shot her through the heart Young Riordan jumped from the wagon and was pursued by Casey for some distance but escaped Casey is lin jail ITS on the Service and lepen dent Pension Bills 1TY May senate pensions committee in its report disap proving the substitution by the house of a service pension bill for the senate de pendent pension bill says that the differ ences between the bills are radical so mnch BO that they are entirely irreconcilahle andstatesthen as follows In bill the pensioner must be wholly tne name of Chelsea that it received as a dent on his own labor or the generosity of j town in 1788 others while the house biU ooVers erery P mouth the senate bill makes provision for the new explosive exploded dependent parents which is omitted in tbe the factory tor the manufacture ol arms house amendment the senate bill provides gad mobltions at Avigjllanla Uwtcen that the disability shall not be the remit I nllsa wwt pf Turin Fourteen of ricioiu habito this la ogdttsd to Uw totfiuHiMNbMfc toIMI Base Ball Scores and Attendance CHICAGO May attendance at the League and Brotherhood base ball games yesterday vras as follows in the ag gregate League 3415 Brotherhood 3317 The Brotherhood played but three games the League four Iu this city the attend ance was respectively IBS and TOO1 Scores League At 3few York 7 Boston 2 at 3 Philadelphia 11 at 0 Pittsburg 4 at 6 Cleveland 10 Brotherhood At New ew ork 9 Boston 5 at 5 Brooklyn 7 at 19 Buffalo 3 ClevelandPittsburg game post Western At 8 Denver 1 at St Paul 15 Kansas City 2 at Sioux City 9 Min neapolis 13 No American association games played Boiler Explosion In a Kestanrant NASHVILLE Tenn May boiler weighing 2000 pounds exploded yesterday at kemphills restaurant blowing through the first and second stories and through the roof 300 feet into the air falling across the street in a vacant lot The building was badly wrecked Henry Douglass fireman was fatally injured dying three hours afterward Alex Work cook was ser iously injured The Army In Uie Grain Fields LAXCASTES Pa May 14Myriads of worms resembling the army worm are making their appearance in south and eastern parts of this county and ara rav aging the grass fields Farmers are much concerned over the appearance of this new pest rrefemd Drawninc to Dahomey PARIS May from Kotonon state that dWifiB the eifchang of SHE SHOOK THE SHAKERS A Lonely Maiden Sighs for Married Joys ami Advertises FrAXKlix Ky May IdaLadi was until last Saturday a member of the Shaker society She is a beautiful gir of 20 years a blonde with blue eyes and hair like burnished gold She seemed to be entirely content with her lot vinti last week when she informed the mem of the Shaker community that shi had made up her mind to leave anil tha she would be married before she left Sun day uight at the hotel at South Uuioi Miss Ladd was married to M A Fair trace a civil engineer from Pittsburg bj Rev Mr Howard of Auburn Done on SKort Arquaintanee The young man had never seen her un til the day previous to the marriage Sometime ago Mis Ladd grew lired oi her lonely life and sent an advertisement to a Cincinnati paper giving a description of herself and offering to correspond with gentlemen matrimonially inclined This was seen by Mr Fairtrace a young busi ness man Pittsburg and a correspon dence and the marriage resulted The happy young man and his bride will make their home at Pittsbtirg Failure of a Missouri UaiiU PLATTSBturtMo May Plutts burg bank closed its doors yesterday and made an assignment of all its effects LUi bilities 40000 assets in notes and in real estate A Hallway Mail Superintendent Dead WATEHVILlE Me May H Bigelow New England superintendent of the railway mail service died yesterday from the effects of paralysis Tin tVeatlicr We May Expect WASSIISGTOX CITY Mas following are the weather indications for thirtysix hours m yesterday Tor Haiu foHinvrd hy fair cooler weather nortli winds For weather preceded by rain In southeast portion warmer by Lhursday morning for Lower Michigan followed hy iJiir weather westerly winds vunuor by Thursday For Tipper Michisfan and SVis onsinFairiveather preceded ly rain in eastern lurtions warmer by Thursday morning westerly winds For fair wcuthcr variablcwindrt THE MARKETS CaicAOo May 13 Following are the quotations on the hoard ef trade today May opened elosed Me June opcrcd fojic closed 3c July opened S4J4 elosed Corn opened t losod June opened and close i Taly opened liJic clesel May openid Sic closed June opened elosed July opened 2Csc closed EOHc lane cpe led closed July closed 83CO Septonber opcrod closed and closed Live stock stock yards prices vvre iuotxl a follows OKMarket opemai iitive and linn with prices fx higher light s tlti nyajrh iiacking il lets Sii5 4 heavy iii pins lots CaitlcStrong to hie h loier beeves r9V bulk cows sioik crs aid feedis Texas graders S30sf350 SheepStrong native muttons lipped westerns SlSKJirO lamb i5OOJCfl85 Produce creamery lfi5J17c per Ib finest dniry packing stock 520 freslillc per doz Poul per Ib springchickens S200S250 per doz turkeys per Ib ducks lie SlOOSOOO per doz Pota toes on and per bu Peerliiss35340c per bu Beauty of HebrAp per bu Burbanks per bu Illi nois sweet potatoes good to choice per bbl ApplesFair to choice per bbl New York NEW YORK May 13 2 red winter JlOOM cash do June 98c do July 97c dp August 84J4c do September CornNo 2 mixed cajh 43c do May 42Jic do June do Jijly 4i4c Xo 2 mijtcd cash do May Sc do June KMe do July tei and unchangied unchanged mess SI tor new July SHS7 September Live stock trading in beeves dresssd beef firm native sides 9 sheep ind ruled steady spring lunbs Me 9 lower clipped shesp ICO fts spring lambS Market dull and lower live hogs 9 100 As EDELWE1S Equal to any Imported Beer Made Delight ful Beautiful Try BREW COS Edelweis Beer made from the Best Im ported Hops and the Finest Select Hop Malt to be had Warranted Pure and Old On Draught in all Places ToDay 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 sviil bo Maintained Thanking you for past favors Remain Yours Truly Has always stood first in its power to proservo perishable food In soMd workmanship and elegant finish Entirely original and novel in theory By its practical working and superior construction it has be come the STflNDflRD RBFRIGERfTTOR Of the United States and as conclusive proof we can recommend you to 3OO different parties using them in this city For sale onl by fltto 4O8 Market Street Opp noldcn Itale Dry Good B W H JOHNSON President J P JOHHS01I Cashier STATE NATIONAL BANK DEPOSIT VAULTS The Safes in this absolutely Burglar Fire Proof Vault mre especially adapted for the deposit of Deeds Notei and all Valuable Papers also Jewelry etc Renla are place al nominal prices of to t20 per year each The Vaults end Safes arc fitted with all modern improvement and we cordially invite thcpublic to call andinspect then ol the kino return to ice CREAM BAKING 8AN BORN CUR POFFESS A MATKMtML CodmetlBt 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