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   Logansport Pharos (Newspaper) - May 16, 1890, Logansport, Indiana                                A DAILY PHAEO8 FBIDAY EVENING MAY 16 1890 NO HN GRAYS Corner on PEATBJiNTHEHT Awful Dvaster in a Pennsyl vania Coal Mine OVER A SOOSE OP MIH ENTOMBED In the followinir Materials rinria Silk Como Silk Henrietta Silk Mlllitta Silk Century Silk French atin Fast Black Cotton Serge Satin BoJders Scotch Ggms And all gricles in Cotton Rain Umbrollas Tho above are made on the Paragon Frame Plain and Fancy Gold Han Plain and Fancy Silver Han pjain and Fancy Oxoclized Handles Tim Mine Caves and Clitchei Twenty Sevcii Workmen Only of Whom Have llcrr Itescued and Tliey Badly rrtadCul Black Dump Drives Mack the IlescmerK Willie the Wives and Children of fee Burled Men Wall for Who May NeTcr Sec tlie a WUKEMKXTH D 10LANS OPERA HOUSE WM DOIAN MASAOKII David JRamages Stand ird Theatre Co TONIGHT Ten Niflib in a Barl Tlio mcheatra will bo under the airooUou ot tliedlstlnjrulsliud violinist Mr Ben H Wariior A valuable present Riven awiiy every nifjht Clmnirr of itltiy each evening SCALI OP TRICES Only 11 and 20 cents Kcscrved Scats on sale nt KeosllnifstlniB store REAL ESTATE Vur sale 11 resiliences on Broadway Kor snlv H residences on Spear street For pnilonc Storf und two Frunio residences Vor sakttwo resld nccs or Osago street For suit resiliences on Pratt uncl Uhlppowa Vpor siilo rcsltlcni s an High street For sale a lirlek rcsiiloT c on Broadway For sale or trade resiliences on the North and trade I good furrs for dwelling property trade 8 gnod farms for business blocks Totrailea stock ot Dry 0coils for a good a stock if DoO ods for town lots To trade n ileslniblo residence in Fiances vlllo property in the city Will pay the Steam Orist Mill with al the modern hnprovoments The miil runs day and is In good location foraBOOd lijrm Wanted lots in all parts of tho city to sell For tlesiniblo residences on Miami and Chlppewastreets T For snle a desrtible residence on Ninth St To trade a business biock for n good fnrm Pur particulars enquire of M M GORDON Pension and Heal 13state Agent Room No 3 Elliott IJlock Lognnsport Ind Will Cure Your S RHRL7ID 12thSt Drue Store FURNITURE PRICES THE LOWEST Our Designs None but the Best Workmanship Allowed to Leave our Salesroom J B A KRCEOEH RODNEY STRAIN RriBgerA Strain UNDERTAKERS Calls Promptly Attended to Day or Night No Ifl3 Ko6S KLIG WESTS AND BRAIN TREATMENT for Wai MenuTDtpratlon eotwakav ot Uw r i ilprwekl Pa May cavein occurred yesterday near Ashley In mine 8 operated by the Leiiigli mul Wilkesbane Coal com pany by which twantyseven men were entombed in tho mine The scene of the disaster during tlie aftermoon was one of intense excitement Not only relatives of the twentyseven imprisoned miners and la borers but thousands of others were gath ercd upon the spot discussing the best methods of effecting their rescue The company took prompt acton toward liber ating the imprisoned men but things were in a chaotic condition and It was some time before order was obtuinel and intel ligent efforts made in behaif of the un fortunates Recalls a Former Disaster Tlie present cave is in the workings in No 8 of the Lehigh and Wilkesbarre Coal company immediately adjoining the mine in which the massive cave occurred twelve years ago imprisoning ten men for over a week but who were flnullly rescued alive Tlie present cave extends over a half mile square and includes a portion of the thickly settled village called Maffets Patch A large number of houses have gone down with the surface but only a few of them have been badly damaged Rescuing Parties at Worlt Volunteers were abundant when called for to go into the mine and attempt the rescue of tho imprisoned men and about 5 oclock it wus announced that one of the rescuing parties had succeeded ia breaking through one of the chambera heneath the cave It was p m however before they reached the first of the victims He was lying at the bottom of a fifty feet plane and in order to rescue him it be came necessary to lowar a miner down with 11 rope This was done and the charred and blackened form of Anthony Froyne the first victim vras hoisted to the surface He was still alive but his in juries are considered fatal Mine Full of Black Damp When the news spread that Froyne was burned a feeling of gloom came over the old miners present for they realized that there was little hope of his companions having escaped death Froyno is supposed to have wandered away from the others and while trying to find a way out caused an explosion of gas in some old chamber If this explosion extended to where tho other men were their chances of escape are very slight At 8 oclock the rescuing party had penetrated to within sight of two dead bodies but the gas was so thick that they were driven back to the surface The place is full of black damp and fur ther approach In the direction of the vic tims is impossible even with a safety lamp As it looks now very little hope is entertained that any of the men will be rescued alive Pitiable Scene nt tlie Pit Montli 9 p men entombed are nearly all married and have large families all de pendent on them for support The scene around the mouth of the pit is a heart rending one Wives anil mothers crowd closo tip to the dark opening and peer in as if their love would dispel the darkness of the fatal depths while the cries of the little ones catling for their fathers make the hnarer sick with pity The men who form the rescuing party are strangers to fear and if it is within the bounds of pos sibility to reach the men inside they will be rescued alive or their bodies restored before morning of tlio Imprisoned Men The oflkial list of those imprisoned is as follows Ellis D Williams married seven children Harry Parry married five children Owen Parry Miphael Henry married two sons Thomas C Davis mar ried eight children John Scally the sup port of u widowed mother Michael Scally Daniel Sullivan married seven children Johu Hanson single John Allen assist ant mine boss married three children taken out seriously burned at p Robert W Roberts married no children brought to the surface at 9 p m fatally Harry Jones laborer married three children Robert X Pritchard married one child Charles James married five children Anthony Froyne married one child rescued at 7 oclock badly John James mar two children John Williams mar ried six children Jonathan Williams married two children Richard Jones married two children William Edwards Hiarried two children Thomas Williams married one child Thomas Glaus married no children Owen Williams married one adopted child John Hemsey iinglo Frank Gallagher single and two Hungarians A Sad Klglit Watch The opening through which the rescuing parties entered into the gangway is on the north side of a deep wooded ravine The space in the immediate vicinity of the opening is lighted with locomotive head lights torches and lanterns that shed weird and fitful gleams of light into the yawnius cavern where squads of minerj Tabor in the hope of rescuing their tellowa Outside this small circle nil is darkness The hundreds of anxious rela tives and friends stand weeping around the lights Tiro More Kescued Alive About 9 oclock there was a shout and the crowd eagerly pressed forward Two miners were coming out bearing a limp form on a stretcher The rescued man proved to be Fire Boss John Allen He was unconscious and badly burned will probably recover It is said that Al lans lamp set fire to gas and caused an ex plosion At MS oclock Robert Roberts was brought out He is so badly burned that he can hardly recover Allen the Calamity THE Boas Allen has re covered consciousness and told of the hor ror He said thivt when the cavein came the men all threw down their tools and made for the main gangway They found that it was blocked with the debris Some of the men then fainted and sank to the ground Others jot down on their knees and prayed for deliverance Others rum maged around abandoned workings fclltjje afternoon When the careIn occurred tiere was a slight explosion bt one ot toe breasts which burned several inen He the air is bad and unless the other men are reached with 1m the neitt ten hours they must jwrish Driven fcjr the Gas At midnight the nacuinf driven oat of gancmis tfftto left their aftlttr grope around in the darkitieas they coulil accomplish nothing An effort is being 1 made to change the current of air so as to drive the gas nway from where the vici tims are supposed to be THE POPES TEMPORAL POWER A Project oil Toot to Ileclaie It la of Humoent Losnos May threatened pro mulgation of the dogma that the temporal power of the pontiff of whichbe was dei rived by the advent of Victor Emmanuel nto Rome in 1870 is essential to the comi tlete majissty of the vice regent of Christ an earth is the theme of general discussion n Roman Catholic circles on the conti nent The decision of of the 100 ishops whose views of the matter were were solicited by the pope that the nt time is opportune for the declaration it this principle evinces a position swerv ng of popular opinion Oppoiltlon of the Italian Bishops The fact that the Italian bishops op posed the proclamation is not to be evidence of their balief that the occu pant of the chair of St Peter should not be a temporal as well as a spiritual sover eign The clergy of Italy are placed in a position of such peculiar delicacy with re gard to expressions of opinion on matters touching the relations of the church acid the state that no positive declaration ol approval could bei expected from them while the laity have long since fallen into a state of apathy as regards both pope and king HASABOUBLEEDGE The Proposed Law on ing Alcoholic Liquors CASTAWAY TOOK THE PRIZE rhu Great Race at tho Brooklyn Jockey Club Notes NEW YOUK May great race of Ihe Brooklyn Jockey Brooklyn run yesterday on a track that the rain had done its best to make slow and succeeded pretty well The race was for second horse to re ceive S3000 and third horse witnessed by thousands of people and gal lantly run Raceland and Fides wfire scratched of the condition of the sourse Castaway took the lead at the start and was never headed coming in six lengths to the fere Badge second Eric third Loe Angeles was fifth The time was which is considered fast for the IX miles in view of the state of the track At Chicago and Louisville CHICAOO May The winning horses at the west side park yesterday were Ferryman mile Harambourn mils Bonnie JQng mile Pinkie T mile King Roxburg 116 miles over hurdles LOUISVILLE May races here yesterday were won an the following or der Ova 4 mile Rose Howard H mile Mt Lebanon 1 mile 70 yards Lady Washington mile Louise Sylvester 1 mile The Base Ball Scores CHICAGO May base ball aggre gations made the following scores yester day Brotherhood At 7 Chicago 6 Other games or wet grounds League Alt games or wet grounds American At 4 Columbus 5 at 6 St Louis 0 Other games Western At 5 2 nt St City 3 3t Paul at Dos 3 Dea Moines 2 FRIENDS OFTRANSGRESSORS Startling Statement Made Before the Humntiitairlnns at Baltimore BALTIMORE May the conference of charities arid corrections yesterday an nvitation was received to meet at Nash ille next year and C G Truesdale of Jhicago spoke for that city in 1893 as hat year the whole world would be there Je moved the appointment of a commit ee to consider the calling of an interna ional congress at Chicago in the above year and the mcition was adopted Speak ng to the subject The Prisoners Sun day Gen Brinkerhoff of Ohio said that crime was frightfully on the increase and or the lost fifty years had risen like a ide to which there is no ebb In 1850 the criminals were oue m every 8442 of the populfition in 1880 one in and from present appearances the census of 1890 will show oue in every 500 A resolution was passed calling upon all the churches to observe the fourth Sunday in October as prisoners Sunday Got Him Safe Enough Mow SYRACUSE N Y May Mollle Westphal has been engaged to Thomas Rand for some time Wednesday after noon she save him chatting with a lady friend on the street She went to her homo and took a dose of laudanum Her life was despaired of and Rand was sent for Her father denounced him as a murderer After four hours Misil Westphal regained con sciousness apd at 10 oclock she and Rand were married The young woman is her self again Hi Ian Life Insurance HARTFORD Conn May the con ention of the Ancient Order of Hibern ons yesterday tihe committee on insurance eported against life insurance by the na icnal order but advised that each state ranch take charge of the insurance of members in that branch The repo ft was ccepted BritisK Local Bill LONDON May eight in the com mons the local taxation bill which carries be proposition that men who have paid or the privilege of selling liquor shall be ompensated and their property not onfiscated was passed to its second eading Gladstone opposed the bill in a peech Rioting Strikers Killed in Spain MADRID May striking miners i the vicinity of Bilbao were riotous hroughout yesterday The gendarmes attempted to djaperBe them but miiv srs resisted and several of killed Troops bave beta ire hurrying to the jpsna The AswmtLE N C May 1C Southern ot the ihurch opened b DEE88EDBEEF KEN SMELL DAHQSB Teller Cloiet Silver gpeecia and Re plies to House Put Another Brake on Tariff President Likely to Veto Free Luxuriant Feast Stopped bj the Grim Terror WASHINGTON Cur May Chi cago dressed beef men have discovered a new danger to their business It is in the proposed law empowering state legisla tures to prohibit importations of liquors which was made necessary by tha original package decision of the supreme court A H Veeder who Is Swifts attorney is here looking into the matter with other Chi cago lawyers The dressed beef butterine and oleomargarine men fear that if states are given this authorityas to intoxicating liquors they may claim it as to other pro ducts Dangerous Precedents Mot Wanted Up to this time the Chicago packers have been able to defeat in the courts all efforts on the part of states to shut out their food products and they are now anx ious that no dangerous precedents be set by congress This danger was pointed out Wednesday in the senate by Edmunds when the bill was reported from the ju diciary committee In explaining the bill Hoar said it had been made necessary by the late decision of the supreme court which holds that intoxicating Hqnor man ufactured in oni state conveyed into an other and there sold by the manufacturer or his agent is protected by the constitu tion of the United States from any regula tion or prohibition of the sale by the state law on the ground that such prohibition or regulation is an interference with the regulation of commerce between the states Edmunds Was Probably Correct The court in their opinion say that the states cannot pass such prohibitory or reg ulating statutes without the permission of congress which is understood to imply that congress may give that permission and that with that permission the states may pass any regulation or prohibitory en actment which they see fit Edmunds said the danger was that the principle would be applied to other articles of commerceand that this would a place great power in the hands of the states and Vest called atten tion to the same thing CATECHISING TELLER The Colorado Senator Bepllca to Some Pertinent Qoestlons WASHINGTON CITY May com pleted his silver speech in the senate yes terday He reiterated the old charge that the gold bugs had the world by the throat and were choking the life out of the man who owes money and that they had secured legislation in this country which had added onerthird to the national debt They wouldnpt he said surrender their advantage unless tliey had to He quoted Allison Hume and other histo the assertion that the decline o Rome wiis to be attributed to the lack of money and that tho dark ages had result ed from the same cause A Reply wltJi Several Ifn Hoar inquired whether even without the demonetization ol silver in 1878 its price would not have fallen Teller replied that if the United States had remained onthe double standard aad if the demonetization of silver in Ger many had brought down the price of sil ver and the Latin union had restricted silver on account of the effect of German silver on the market the mints of the United States would have been open im mediately to the coinage of silver and every silver owner could have taken his silver to the mint and have had it con verted Into legal tender money agaiust which there was then at least no preju dice anywhere Tlio Agricultural Interest Blair asked Teller to state in connec tion with the fall of prices in agri cultural products that there had been no relative increase in quantity Teller did make the statement and add ed that the trouble was not one of over production but of underproduction Allison asked himi to state in that tame connection that the price which the farm er obtained for his produce now would pay for as much of the things he bought aa the higher price which ho obtained formerly Teller admitted that an to ionie things which the farmer bought that was true but he added that there were some things which had not fallen and which the farm er had to pay His taxes had not fallen the interest on his mortgage had not fallen ABBREVIATED TELEGRAMS Henry Miison president ot the Mason Hamlin Organ company died Thursday at Bouton agtid 30 years W W Collins dry goads of Wis made an Thursday tie bilities WO 000 assets MSOW Margaret Blatae daughter of the secre tary of state win be married Saturday to Walter Damrosch of New York The Knights of Labor of Wiwcoasin havi made an investigation of Wisconsin fjxni mortgages and say they amount to tan1 000000 Governor Fifer of Illinois has uomui ated for Worlds fair commissioners E T Ewing of Chicago and Charles H Deere ot Mullne The supreme uourt of Iowa has to permit M Billings the alleged slayer of Attorney Kingsley at Waverly last year to make an argument in his owr behalf At the state Sunday school convention held at Jacksonville Ills a collection taken for carrying on Sunday school work which realized 17 Th2 convention adjourned Thursday The funeral of the late Gen Juliiu White was held Thursday from the family residence south The body was followed to the grave by a long liue of veterans and civilian friends A J Bater editor of The Mawm lite Times disappeared a few days ago and it was thought he had been foullydealt with Thursday he telegraphed from Iowa that he was only absent on busipess The wife and daughter of President Stanley Hall of Clark university were found dead in their beds Thursday mom ing at their home in Worcester Moss They had been suffocated by escaping gas Four mun were crushed to death Thurs day by falls of rock Near Monrovia Gala C M Whittaker and G M Stulibs were the victimsand JohnCobuski andi Michael Vocintz lost their lives in a tunnel at Ash land Wis Ernest Hice aged 10 and Percy Ross 17 sons of respectable parents are under arrest at Lowell Mass for robbing the house of a wealthy resident and leav ing the gas turned on with the evident in tention of asphyxiating the inmates Nellie Dudley daughter of James G Dudlej deceased of Louisville aud a de sceufliint of Robert Dudley the famous Earl of Leicester of Queen Elizabeths time was married at Louisville Thurs day by Bishop Dudley to Aiuyas North cote of Chicago a son of Sir Stafford Northcoto Philip Williams colored entered the room of Mrs Thomas G Phelps at Napo leon ville La Monday morning Before he could do that his object vras not Phelps awoke ran out screaming and Williams was captured Wednesday morning he was parties unknown More Goods Marked and Placed U Our Counters All at Wet Goods Prices w The Hatter EDELWEB Equal 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 OlcL OP Draught in all Places ToDay iDllMER 1 beg leave to announce to my patrons and the public In general that my NEW STOCK of SPRING and SUMMER STYLES is now Complete Mv past Standard for FIrstClatW vVork will be Maintained Thanking you for past favors 1 Remain Yours Truly Expects to Settle with His BOSTON May New England stock exchange 15 State street has failed Liabilities It announces that it expects to settle with its creditors The Weather We May Expect WASHINGTON CITY May following aro the weather indications for thirtysir hours from 3 p in yesterday For Indiana Cooler fair weather except in extreme south west pcrtiou showers northwesterly wjndg For fair weather preceded by rain in extreme southern portion warmer and fair in remaining portions variable winds For MichiganContinued cool westerly winds with fair weather For Upper MichiganFair weather followed in western portion by rain wnrmer southwesterly winds For Wisconsin fair weather southwesterly winds For fair weather southerly winds THE MARKETS Mar IS Following are tie quotations on thei lioani of trade todny May opened Hic closed 94c June opened 83o closed sajic luly opened IBMie closed Corn 2 May opened 34Mc closed 34H June opened and close 1 34c July opened clcse1 OatsSb 2 May opened closed 27 June opened closed Jtily opened and closed tfOHo fork June opened and closed July opened flSO closed LardJune oiJeneJ and closed Livestock stock yards prices were qnoted as follows opened active but prices 5c lower light fifi 15roush packing 5 inUid lots J4COj415 heavy packing and shipping lofs with f the irator Northern FmkjtcriBiu S4RATOGA X Y JUy general assembly of the Presbyterian church met here yesterday and after the usual cour tesies of welcoming etc elected Dr TV L Moore of Columbus Ga moderator The day was taken up with addresses arid reports Great Fire at Wlmomjt ttlam VTtsoSA Minn May broke out yesterday in the Winona Mills great flouring plant and in ol erery effort destroyed the whole plant The low is estimated at 130501101 with insurance at CORKING UP THE ORATORY Another DebltcSliortenlDB Resolution Adopted by the Home WASHINGTON Ciirr May yesterday made another move in the diirec tion of shutting off the oratory on the tar iff bill He offered a resolution providing that the debate in committee of the whole shall close at noon on Wednesday next and the bill be reported to the house This brought the Democrats to their teat with protests Blount declared that the announcement that only twelve days in all were to be devoted to debate had corked up a good many orators as mem ber had not thought itirorth while to prepare speeches The rule was unwise and a violent parliamentary proceeding Applause McKinley Some Precedents McKinley denied that the resolution had any purpose to stifle debate It was in tended to concentrate debate on the para graphs and provisions of the hill The re solution was not to deny to the minority freedom of debate but to deny to it the right to delay public business by obstruc tive tactics Did the gentlaman from Georgia remember that in the Fortyfourth congress but one day had been given to the consideration of the tariff bill In the Fortyfifth oongraa the tariff btU had been considered six daym Ji forty eighth congress it had been considered nine days A to Bamliill Springer said that in the fotutycighth congress thaw waja on ihe Democratic side twelve Or fifteen mAaStti who voted with the Republicans to strike out the en amonc those wit the no 10220c lower beevea 500cows stockers and ftejlerp Texas grassers Sheup Firm muttons western woolel SSCOiaflSO shorn sheep t46fta5ftO tambs Produce creamery porlb finest dairy packing stock 538 freghllc doz tryChickens 12003360 per doi dudfs toes on ana bu fter bn of 49S47c per bu Binbanks pel noja sweet potatoes to bbl to choice bbl THE Has always stood In Its power to preserve perishable food in solid workmanship elegant finish Entirely original and novel tni theory By Its practical working and construction It has come the STflHDflRD REFRIBEHf Of tho United 1 and as conclusive we can recommend to 3OO different par using them in this For sale oril by Otto 4O8 Market Street Opp Golden Rule DTJ Good J F JDHBSDM Cashier STATE NATIONAL BAMI Hew Tork NEW 2 red winter May WWo do Jine do Jol 2 mUCd cash IflSic do June tic do July U Quiet but steady go do May do Jijne aJc d Bye and 1 new Lardsteady Jnni Live Stoek t dntsed beef fipn natjvji Sheep lani steady live hbfV YAULTS The Safes in this absolutely Burglii and Firo Proof Vault an especially adapted for the deposit of Dealt Notes and all Valuablis Jewelry etc Henta are at aomhuJ of IB to per year each The Vaults and Safes arc filled with modern and we cordially invite thcpubtic to call anditipect then When TOOT friend of the mn ttcd wao the offend of the 3O8 BROAfDWAY tlie Tailor Between 5th and 6th CREAM lAKlK JAVA MOCHA N COF ANDY   

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