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   Logansport Pharos (Newspaper) - May 23, 1890, Logansport, Indiana                                LOGANSPORT DAILY PHAROS 1L6TH YEAB FRIDAY EYEOTNG MAY 23 1890 NO 22 JOHN GRAYS CORNBJR UN ALL KINDS OF Rummer Clialiies Zepliyrs Gingliams Dragon rfandie8 Dragon Ilwck Lace Stripes and Checks iilack 15aL istt Toil Nord Plain and Stripe Cfoambniys Chmnbniys wlnte PJiubioidered Flouncing Plain and Checked Nainsook India Linen and oilier kinds of While Goods I1 Comer is on Goods not on storerooms REAL ESTATE IHI sule 18 residences on Broadway For sule 13 residences on Spear street For sale residences in North street For sale residences on Market street For sale residences on Kiylth Ninth anil Kluvcnlli streets For sale residencies on Ostigc Chip and Miami streets To trade good farms for city prop erty itrick business house in Peru to trade for a farm Itusinuss blocks iu the ity to Irmle for a farm Two dry goods stocks to Irnclu for farms Fnur slock farms to trade for im proved farms ami city property For particulars enquire of M M GORDON Pension anil Heal Kstiito Agent Klliott 5lockrIjOiauaport 1ml 9 Caffeine Seidlib Powders Will Cure Your Hwadacho S AT 12thSt Drue Store FURNITURE PRICES THE LOWEST Our Designs None but Hie Best VVorUuuinsbip il tn heave our Salesroom TIME TABLE AGONY OF A TEIEF Shellenburgors Conscience Too Tardy in Action A EABOALS VAIN EEPHITAITOE Tho Semio of Jlla Early and His Ieep Dramatic Occurrence In Old Tlmu rrofiHHioiuil and Political clato SeiitU Him to Prison for Twenty Two WellEarned Judgment DOYLESTOWN Pa May Monroe Bhellenbcrger the lawyer whose forgeries and other criminal escapades caused such widespread sensation has Ijeun sentenced by Judge Verkes to undergo an imprison ment of twentytwo years in the eastern penitentiary The prisoner was almost completely prostrated byfche sentence and had to have assistance in leaving the court room There were seventeen bills of in dictment against the prisoner covering the crimes of forgory and embezzlement The ordeal of entering the courtroom proved too much for the cmoe popular and tal ented lawyer who asdistrict attorney of Bucks county had made his brilliant rep utation at the bar of this very court Tardy Conscience Aroused As he entered the dock ha shrank from the gare of his former friends and kept his head bowed Congressman Robert Yardley who carae from Washington to assist in his dufunse Hat at one ot the ta bles As the bills of indictment were read loud groans and sobs came from Sliellen borgur His counsel entered the plea of guilty in each cose Shelleuberger acted at times like a rnadmau He opened his handkerchief and threw it over his head rubbing his head and face with it aacl nervously shook the railings of the dock wit hhls hand and footEvontually he leaned his head forward on tho rail and buried it in his arms rocking himself on tho seat like a person suffering from acute pain Crtcil Aloud In Ilia Anguish At one tirue Shellenberger groaned so loud aud sobbed with such anguish that Uie judge in a nervous sort of way told the district attorney to hasten his work and get it over After all the indictments were road and a plea of guilty was entered in each case witnesses were called to show tlio character and extoutof Sihellenbergers rascalities Several witnesses testified and as the testimony was brought out bearing upon tho most aggravated and unpardon able cases of rascality and deceit Shellen berger rooked himself violently in the dock tossed his head moved his hands about like a wild man and cried aloud A lUjjhtuous Judges Sentence Judge Harmon Yerkes flu oldtime per sonal acquaintance and a professional and political associate of tha prisoner for many years pronounced tho sentence of the court It was anticipated that he would give Shellenberger a heavy scn tonee but nothing like what he gave him was looked for Judge Ytirkos drew him self up and addressed the prisoner in a low husky voice in which there seemed n slight tremor of emotion Shellenberger never raised iii4 head but went on groan ing aud weeping violently Finally the words dropped from the judges lips twentytwo years at solitary confinement and hard labor Nothing More Thau OeMcrtfl Slielleubt1ger gavo a groan of anguish aud almost sank to tho floor The scene caused iiuite a commotion Tho blow seurned to stun the prisoner It was ueoes sary to partly carry him from the court room The sentence was discussed by the farmers and the pooyle in Doylestown on every side Nothing like it was ever heard in Bucks county While pity Heemed to have been awakened in some quarters by tha prisoners exhibition of anguish in the courtroom the general run of old farm ers who reflected upon whatShellenhcrgeT had been doing for years seemid to think that it just Tlio scoundrels stea ings Hurt spared nobody He lind robbed rich and poor the widow and orphan LIGHTNING STRIKES A CHURCH Four of the Conpjregution Killed Twenty Wounded ttild tumr lllimled RKiiUX May the people of the village of St Mnhlen near Hildesheim Hanover were assembled in the church whither they had repaired yesterday to pray for the cessation of the hailstorms whiuh have of late prevailed in that local ity with damaging etloet die building was struck by lightning Four persons were instantly killed twenty were seriously in jured aud four were permanently blinded by the flash The congregation were iu an attitude of prayer at the time the bolt fell In tho ensuing rush for the doors the peo pie living wild with fright two children were crushed to death TMIDS CJRRYINC PASSENGERS lEAVIi tOCSANSVOHT KAST BOUND New York Ktpress dally n n Kl Wnynenccoumiodationex Sunday S li a u Kan City Kxpressex Sunday lliftiti n Atlantic p u Accommodation for Kasit 9 p m WKST BOUND Pacific ETpresBdaily 7 SI ft u Aeuonimodistlon for West 1 W p rn Kaiuuu City KxjjrcsR ex Sunday IB Lafayettv accommodation except ptr St IxniieRxvresa p m WABAS1H WKtlT LOOAN EAST BOUND St Loulpaml Bwton in New York ir Atlantic Kx p u 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marriage ceremony iu Westminster Abbey llllickmitlled Out of BOSTOX May Montreal special to The Herald says It transpires that John P Whelan contractor for the Quebec corar house has paid over to the Msrciei government iu the last four or five years to soeuro contracts for government work at least MOOOO of which Mr Whelan says was blackmailed out ol him The govern ment still owes Whelan Just As Well o Hang Him Now LOXDON May youth about 16 years of age named Roder has been sen teuced to death at Breslau for criminally assaulting and afterwards murdering a 9yearold girl The boy manifested per feet indifference to the proceeding of hia trial and received his sentence with amaz ing stoicism Damrosch Looked Happy NEW YOUK May and Mrs Wai ter Damrosch were by thi steamship Columbia which sailed yester day for Hamburg Mis Barnroseh nee Elaine looked extremely happy and bore herself in the midst of the crowc ot her friends who had assembled on the dock with graceful and tritming dignity The orchestral band of the Metropolitan Opera house sainted the young couple am played the wedding march from Tann hauser as they boarded the steamer Fellow Feeling Didnt Make Him Kind O5UHA Neb May D Kiel wh has been on trial in the district court for murdering Allan and Dorothy Jones fm aged who lived on a farm eigh miles from Omaha ills baeu found guilty of murder in tho first degree The jar was out all night and took thirty two bal lots The queer part of the trial was tha O G Dockery one of the jurymen was tried in Sayre ctunty Neb for murder itud wag acquitted It was thought I would hum thj jury WORK OF THE PRESBYTERIANS They Cjion a Plan by Which the Confession Mny TJB Hevtaed SARATOGA N Y May Presby terian general assembly has paved the way for revision of the confession by agreeing to a method by which it may bo rought about Yesterday was the day or the committee on methods of changing ie constitution to bring in its report and was ready with sevon propositions for lie Presbyterians to act upon the report jeing the result of compromise without bandomncnt of individual conviction of he members The report was agreed to vith only one dissenting vote and the as sembly knelt in prayer of thanks for tho uccessful completion of this delicate task Substuncti of the Report The report Includes three modes of alter ation and tho overture to the presby cries asks whether a chapter shall idded to the form of government making irovlslon for the amendment and aitera ion of the confession of faith the largei and shorter catechism the form of govern ment the book of discipline and the di for worship The proposed chap er provides that amendments on altera ions of the confession or catechisms may e made by the agreement in wriiug of wothirds of tho pro osal to said presbyteries by the general thoir enactment by the next ensuing assembly Before the pro osed changes have been submitted to the resbyteries they are to be considered by a committee of fifteen members and ruling elders and reported favorably to a general assembly The proposed changes how ever must first be sent to n general assem ly by not less than onethird of the pres byteries Changes in the form of govern ment discipline etc may be effected by a najority vote of the preibyteries How It Will Work By this law in order to alter the confes sion onethird or more of the presbyteries must first overture the general assem bly then the proposed alterations must be submitted to the committee of fifteen to report at next general assembly then the alter must overture all the presbyteries on the proposed alterations at the follow ng general assembly the vote of the pros uyteries must be sent in and if twothirds thereof favor the changes then the next general assembly must enact the into law So that it will take three years to change the confession after tho proposed chapter shall be adopted Jtiiptlst Anniversaries CHICAGO May yesterdays session of the American Baptist Publication so ciety the following oflicers were elected President Samuel A Crozar of Pennsyl vania secretary Rev Benjamin Griffith D D recording secretary A J Rowland D treasurer Col Charles H Banz and a long list of managers and vice pros idents Tlio incident of the day was a pro test of colored members against the action of the society in dropping three colored men from the list of editors of The Baptist Teacher Tho action was explained as bejng no reflection on the colored men but simply a claim of the right to choose who should be editors The reason they were dropped was be cause they had vigorously denounced the treatment of colored men south and the managers of The Teacher felt that their longer employment as editors would in jure the publication iu that section Tin remainder of the day was devoted to ad dresses on missionary work etc THE NATIONAL LEGISLATURE Notable Proeeetlliigs In Both Inquisitorial Census Ouestions ix Crrr May were introduced in the senate yesterday as fol lows Amending the interstate commerce law so that railways may divide the traf fic at competing points without violating other provisions of the act subjecting oleomargarine to the provisions of state laws This is to carry out tho theory that if congress can permit states to interfere with interstate commerce as to in toxicants it can go further The credentials of Calvin S Brice as senator from Ohio we0 presented am filed The silver bill was again discussed and Daniels anil Stewart reiterated the charge that silver was demonetized by stealth in 1S73 Sherman said the bill hail been before congress for two years ami largely distributed through the country The bill was laid aside without action anr the naval appropriation considered also without action The bill for a pulili building at Cedar Rapids In was sent tc conference and after a short executive ses sion the senate adjourned In view of the charges made in The Nev York Sun and other papers that the ceil siis questions are inquisitorial McAdoo in troduced a resolution in the house provid ing for an investigation A bill was intro duced to repeal the siuking fund law o IStB The bill prohibiting census super visors or enumerators receiving pay fron other than the United States for theirserv ices wns passed The river and harbor bil was reported and considered in committee without action It appropriates 2093300 based on estimates of over bill was introduced reducing to 1 cent the postage on drop letters in cities of 100001 inhabitants or over Adjourned Sunk in n Collision PORT HCROS Mich May un known steamer ran into and sank the barge O J Hale yesterday two miles of Port Stanley The crew of the Hale bare ly had time to get into the yawl Then are fifteen feet of water above the deck of tho sunken vessel which is laden with coal On the Hunt for J B Slimoiuls CHICAGO May police ere on the hunt again for J B Simond the mas who bought the furniture for the Carlson cottage in which Dr Cronln was mur dered Simonds has been seen on th street twice lately by the salesmen from whom he purchased the goods Miners Strikes In Bohemia VIEXKA May strike of the niin ers at Pilsen Bohemia is extending an all of the pits in that locality are idle Several miners have boen imprisoned ro failing to notify their employers of theii intention to stop work as required by iaw Worlds Fair Comruistionera PISHBE S D May Mel lette has appointed the following world fair commissioners for South Dakota W H Mclntyre Watertown M S Day Rapid City Ballard o and S A Bamsey of Woonsociet A Mall Officials Deep ROCHESTER N T May Abram Bo gardas superintendent of malls has been to three years in Albany peni lentiary for embezzling by th tTnited States ronrL BABIES IN PERIL hrilling Snake Story from the Keystone State JS ADYEHTUBE WITH HATTLESS i Perilous Experience Which Happily Hesuited in No Little Chil dren Found by Their Mother Playing with a Serpent Colled Up with Her Baby in the Cradle Litetime of Horror in a Moment PISE CREEK Pa May Cyrus ones of has three iged 4 years and a baby 8 months old Vhile working in her garden she left her jaby asleep in the cradle in the kitchen The twins were playing in the front yard laving been at work for some time in the garden Mrs Jones walked around the louse to go in aud see if her baby was all ight As she carue aronnd one corner of he house she stopped to the other wo children a moment attracted peculiar movements which seemed to give THE STREATOR CYCLONE LICKED BesteU by JJowen In the TweutyKljrhtb j Weak Wrist XEW ORLEANS Ln May Myer the Streator and Andy Bowen a local lightweight met in a finish fight foi in the hall of the Athletic club last night Much time was lost wrangle about the bandages of Myers right wrist but time was called at In the first round Boweu led and hit Myer on the shoulder und rushing him hit him again After sparring Do wen hit Myer in the ribs Bosven had the best of it In the second Bowen led again and hit Myor in the jaw then they sparred for wind and clinched Doth struck each other three times The round ended with honors about even Some Lively Iitjlitlnjr From the third to the eighth round the honors were about even Meyer got in a neck blow but Bowcn countered and in the lifth there was some vicious exchanges Mjvr was the fresher at the beginning Q the eighth and he got the best of the close fighting From the eighth to the seven teenth but little work was toue except that in the sixteenth and seventeenth landed heavily on Myers body and face In the eighteenth a blow on the neck staggered the Strentor Cyclone Iu hem great amusement They were sit the nineteenth Myer chased Borren around ing on a grass plat one of them having iu er hand a short stick with which she was giving occasional blows on the ground Made a Startling XJiscovory After each stroke the children would itugh heartily Now and then one of them vould bend forward until her face was lear the ground while she stroked souie hing with her hand Then the stick vonld be brought into use again and the mirth of the little ones be renewed After vatching and enjoying their play for some ime Mrs Jones walked out to where the children were sitting She was horrified to discover that the object of their sport was o large rattlesnake The reptile lay at full length apparently not displeased vith being made a plaything of A Triilt of llattlesnakes It is a well known belief among back ivoods people that rattlesnakes will not bite children and many Instances are cited vhere those deadly reptiles have shown ictual fondness for them But the pres ence of a grown person will throw the make into a rage Mrs Jones account of aer experience on this occasion and one that immediately followed it certainly ieenis to give foundation for the truth of the possession by the rattlesnake of that curious trait Not knowing exactly what to do after her startling discovery she cau iously approached with a vague idea of snatching her children away from their leatlly plaything The Children Saved The snalte saw her anil instantly its atti tude changed With the quickness of ighting if threw itself into the coil the rattlesnake always assumes preparatory to striking and set its rattles going Mrs Tones stopped and screamed to nor chil Ireu to conic to her The sudden change in the manner of the snake had frightened the children although the reptile showed u inclination to molest them and they in stinctively tumbled out of its way and liikkly ran to their mother Mrs Jones AM ilium to a distance and ran for her garden hoe She returned and killed tiic snake A Smite in HuCradle ACter dispatching the snake Mrs Tones md the children entered the house where the mother sank half unconscious to the floor she was so overcome by the trying experience sho hail pisstd through She iad hardly recovered from the effects of the shock when a scream from one of the children alarmed her She staggered to lier feet and snw the child standing near the cradle To her renewed horror Mrs Jones saw another rattlesnake lying con tentedly in tlio cradle not six inches from tke sleeping babys face front tlifi Incitement Mrs Jones says she will never know how she managed to dispose of the snake for she had no recollection tit anything itter discovering it She found herself lying on the floor by the side uf the cradle all three of the children crying bitterly near her the baby being iu her arms and the snake dead near the door Her hus band came from his work noon afterward and was so affected on hearing his wifes story and finding the dead snake that he was unable to go to work again that day The snakes were evidently mates They were above the average size and had uine rattles each the ring and nsked him to come up and fight In reply Bowen landed on the neck and knocked Billy against the ropes Billy returned the compliment Closing Itotmds of the Flgfht The lighting was light then until the twentysixth when Myer tried a knock down blow whirh Bowen dodged The twentyseventh was in Myers favor but both men fought like demons In the twentyeighth the men were both pretty will iBxhiiustid Myer got Bowen on the ropes The police separated them time was called for the twentyninth round Mr Cheney came forward and gave the light up lie claimed that hand had given out in the tenth round The referee thereupon decided Ho wen the winner The Chicago Horse itaecs CHICAGO The races on the West Side course yesterday were wouas follows Pesara mile Rcarte K mile Big Three IU miles Vnttel nine Davidson mile National Iteuuhlicuii Committee WASHINGTON CITY May A call has been issued for a meeting in this city on May of the executive committee of the national Republican committee Assignment of 11 Tennessee Uunk LKUAXON Tenn May The Bank of Middle Tennessee has made an assign ment Liabilities assets between and S70000 TinTown Is Years Old BUAIXTUEK Mass May The 290th anniversary of the incorporation of this town was celebrated yesterday A displnj of fireworks and a ball closed the days festivitives Mad Dog In a Pnbyc School BUKUXGTON Iowa May S3A mad dog gained access to the North HIU school building Wednesday and created a panic wag the teachers and pnpilii A butcher ima neighboring djop arrived tifupor ly and killed the nHti bull A tnYeavOlil Thief Suicides MADISON Vis May Neti bauer a 15yearold boy for whom the police have been looking for several days for the theft of from his brother was seen on the street yesterday A policeman was about to arrest him vrhen he drew a revolver blew out his brains and tell dead at the feet of his wouldbe captor Theo dore had been reading yellowcovered lit erature for some years Portrait of a Treasury Ollieial WASHINGTON CITY May very ex cellent portrait of the Hon John J Knox has lieeii hung in the office of the comp troller of the currency Mr Knox was comptroller from 1867 to 1884 a very im portant period in the development of the national bank system The portrait was paid for by the officials of the bureau The Brewers Oppose the Uarley Duty WASIUXGTOS CITY May brew ersnational convention held ashort ses sion yesterday and adopted resolutions against increased duty on barley The old officers were reelected for the ensuing year and the convention then adjourned sine die The annual banqnet was held at the Arlington last night Outbreak in Puerto Allefrro NEW YORK May London dispatch says Advices from Buenos Ayves state that there has been another outbreak in Puerto Allegro In the conflict twentysix soldiers were killed Forty soldiers were injured It was reported that intense ex citement prevailed The Base Ball CHICAGO May are the base ball scores recorded yesterday League At New York 14 Pittsburg 2 and Buck ley Sowders and Miller At Boston 4 Cleveland S and Hardie Beatin and Zimmer At 4 Brooklyn 6 bat and Harrington Carntbers and Sfallings At 5 Philadelphia 4 Hutchison and Kittridge Gleason and Scriver Brotherhood At 7 Pittsburji 4 and Kelly Maul and Qainn At adelphia 6 Cleveland 12 and Milligan Graber and Sutcliffe At New York 10 Chicago 8 bat and Enrinjc Baldwin and Boyle At 6 Buffalo 12 and Cook Haddock and Halligan Anwaicanj At 5 Columbus 3 at 12 Toledo 3 at 4 St Louis 3 at 8 A Cull on he National UankB WASHINGTON CITY May comp troller of the currency has issued a call for tin condition of national banks on May 17 The AVeuther We May JSxpect WASHINGTON CITY May following ire the wenther indications for lldrtysix hours from S p ID yestenlay For Illinois and Indiana Kain pi iu cxtronio southern ilinoi Tnir local storms in Indiana shifting to north westerly nu 1 tMvlerliv Saturday mo ninff For Lower louily and raiuj orly winds becoming vurinble slightly cooler by murmur Fur Lpper Michtjcaij an i weather aud rain varlnhlo wimls stationary tomperature For Iowa weather prieedeil by rains iu east LTU nitiou variable winds slightly warmer THE MARKETS CHICAGO 2 Following ars tlin quotations on the board ottiacio today 2 May opened Ofiioo cloFfid 9 n June opened closed V July npctied closed Corn Xo 2 oiwncil t iosecl June opened close i Ur July opened lUUjc closei May opened June opened closed tuly opened 3n6c closed 27o Pork opened closed July opened S12U closod opeiiel closod Live stok flock yards prices were as fnllows opened nndirateiy lnt vonk with 0c lower llittit lirndw JJJV 4nr rough pack ing mixed lots heavy parking iinl shljlnj lots S3 U10 ami unevenly lower becvwj iiOO rows 15 28HU and feeders i 110 Texas Rrassore 35ii Sliiip SUiuly wooloil KM shorn blicep S4iiVis530 larnbs rrodiiec creamery 1 per ill finest dairy I3W14c packing ejlocls Bittl EagsStru tiy freshHe per dox Poui per tb spring chlckenii S2U6X5U per turkeys per Ib ducks Uslc geese per dos Pate toes on track Com mon and miredKa85o per bu per bu JJeauty of per bu Bilrlianlt3 per bfl Illi nois swret potatoes to choice per to choice S3OOiS400 per bbl New York NEW YORK May 22 2 red winter lOUSc cash do May do June July Corn mixed 43sc caah do June do July do August Data Dull but steady No mixed lo June 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