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   Logansport Pharos (Newspaper) - May 26, 1890, Logansport, Indiana                                LOGANSPOET DAILY PHAROS 16TH YEAE MONDAY EVENING MAY 26 1890 NO 24 JOHN BRAYS GORNBR ON ALL KINDS QF Qoodp CliiiHii8 Zephyrs Ginghams Dragon Jiluck Organdies Dragon Black Lace Stripes itnil Clieiks Dragon Bhick Bat iste Toil Nord Ilaui and Stripe ChaHibruys Linen Ghambrays white Kinbroidcrcd Flouncinir Plain and Olicrkcd Naineook India Linen und other kinds of White Goods P Corner is on Goods not on storerooms SAVED BY THE RAIN REAL ESTATE Fiff sale resiliences on JJroadwa For sale 12 residences on Spear street For sule A residences en North street For sale residences on Market street For sale residences on Eighth Ninth and Eleventh streets For sale residence on Usage Cbip pewa and Miami streets To trade 0 fjood farms for oily prop erty Brick business house in Peru to trade for a farm Business blocks in tlie city to trade for a iood farm Two dry goods stocks to irmlii for farms Foiir slock fiirnis to trade for im proved farms and city property For particulars enquire of M M GORDON Pension and Real Kstutc Agent Elliott BlockcLognnsport Ind Will Cure Your Huadncho OE1NTS 12thSt Drue Store FURNITURE TI H LOWES r Our Designs are None but the Best Workmanship Allowed lo Leave our Salesroom TIIV3E TABLE A Deluge Puts Out a Threat ening Conflagration TATAL EXPLOSION 01 DYNAMITE LOG ANSPOHT KAST BOUND New Yorlc Kxpress daily a a Vt n KivM City Kxpross ex Sunday ir p m for 0 0 p m WEST POtfND dally n ArivmmiKiaUoa for West p iu Cty Express ex Sunday v in I tiv except ti St Inii Kxprcs ric WUtASi WEtfT LOrAN KAST HOlNI St IouiRiihil Hotton FT daily Ntw York AUntitio Cx WBST BDCNU EJ ifvo A St ST A VUKlVl Tti p KUttMONft DIVISION p tIVISION p n I V VMJAiiA I INK Tiro Men Killl uml TwentyFive Wound and FIreH tails a IHinl n in n Mew Ttork Accident at New Haven lose Their In MIshapH MANSPIELD O May heavy rain ytorni iiassed over thLs Hichland county Saturday night accompanied with light ning and thunder During the continuance of the storm lightning struck the John Jharles block in Lucas six miles east of this city about 3 oclock yesterday morn ng The block which was occupied by a liartlware and general merchandise store took fire from the stroke and was entirely consumed together with two dwellings idjoiuing There is no fire apparatus in the village and the citizens turned out with buckets and when they saw they could do nothing with the flames their el iorts wen directed toward saving the con tents of tlie building Frightful uml Deadly lixplosion While removing the goods about fifty Kiuml4 of dynamite which wus kept in the store exploded with disastrous effect The bodies of John Smith and Jeremiah Jones were horribly mangled and mutil ated beyond recognition About twenty live persons in all were more or less in jured The killed are John Smith age 1 leaves wife family Jeremiah Jones age 50 leaves wife und family Seriously injured Joseph Hanna bad cuts on forehead hand and legs F Rus sell Hevere cut over left eye John Galla gher leg severely bruised by falling from a ladder V Myers badly hurt struck by flying bricks Of the remaining persons injured none ire considered seriously hurt Physicians were quickly summoned who attended the injured The Fire Put Out by Rain The report of the explosion was heard five miles distant und the shock was so gruat that nearly all the windows in the village were broken The flro department of this city wus called upon for assistance and the fire apparatus was put on a special train but before they could start word reached them that the fire WHS undercon trol Rain came down in torrents which put the fire out otherwise half of the town would have been in ruins The loss is estimated at to west of this city last evening washing oat the New York Central railroad tracks and throwing a freight train into the ditch he level is sixty miles in length and the ater in the Mohawk is rising rapidly Took Opium for Ipecac HEKRICK FALLS 3f Y May D Pruyn took powdered opium Saturday ight in mistake for ipecac and died yes crday from the effects of the poison druggist Charles Smith is accused of re onslbilityfor the fatal error TRAMPS APPLY THE TORCH L Xew Mexico Town Citizens on the War Path lBUQJTERQUE N M May disas rous flre set by tramps has destroyed very house in the city of Coolidge N M icept the railroad eating house and the epot buildings The tramps had been oitering around town for several days and vere infuriated because citizens had made reparations to drive them out For three ays they hud held control of the town ribute was levied on the stores the de mands being emphasized by a show of Lynch Takes Hold Finally the residents were driven to rage war in selfdefense Their resistance uraged the tramps and in retaliation in ammables were scattered among the juildings and get on flre Before the shes of the town were cool a posse of itizens on horseback were in pursuit of lie tramps and lynchings are probable he leader of the tramps is believed to be Jluck Rube a halfbreed and hard char cter DYNAMITE AT CHICAGO Atteinpt to Blow Up the Huymarkcit Statue CHICAGO May time Friday light a tenpound can of dynamite was ilaced at the base of the Haymarket ionument and a fuse leading to afulmin ting cap in the top of the can was lighted ud burned to within a few inches of the xploslve when it was put out probably y the rain which fell about 3 oclock in he morning Who placed the pow rfnl explosive where it was found nd lighted the fuse which al tiost reached the sensitive cap is at pres nt a mere matter of speculation as noth ng is known beyond the fact that the can ontainiug the dynamite and the fuse and up wore found The police say the An rchlsts did itwhile the latter charge it to lie police and insist that its object was to et up u scare The stuft is real dynamite and is homemade EARTHQUAKES AND FIRES A Nrw York Town Ivept in a Stuto of Mlud for Half l Dlly AIIIANV N Y May special to The trtss and Knickerbocker from Glov ersville NY says that at 7 oclock yestor duy morning the eity was visited with a severe shock of earthquake Largo build ings were shaken people were thrown out of hails und out of bed and glnss was shallcrwl The earthquake was preceded by u loud rumbling sound and at the same moment the iire bells rang out und whole city turned out tin excitement being intense A small dwelling was burnt1 d Later in the morning when the excitement had hardly subsided the fire bells ngain gave the alarm und a large brick building iu the roar ot the opera iiouse was discovered to be in flames It was entirely destroyed Annther shock of earthquake was felt about noon The shock wis tbu most severe ever felt in this vicinity CAPSIZED IN THE BAY ICitfht Out of Ten lloaturs Drowned at Full Illvcr Mass KIVEK Mass May small boat containing a party of pleasureseekers was iu the rough water iu the buy yesterday and eight persons were drowned The names are Samuel Wlt tles aged DO Mrs YVIttles aged 13 Henry aged 10 Samuel Wittles Jr ngocl 12 Leviuu Buckley uged So Fred Buck ley aged 3 Willie Buckley aged 8 Willie Turner uged S The accident wus caused by the inexperience of one of the men who weru rowing the boat Only one of the party could swim anil he succeeded iu sav ing one of his companions besides himself Played wltli a Torpedo Pa May and Willie Trantor and Austin Peterson were terribly cut and mangled hero Saturday by tlit explosion of a torpedo squib The boys found the squib in ai old brush heap on Hiijh street and either kicked or threw astone at it when it exploded with the above results Willie Trnntor had his right eye blown out and pieces of tin and iron imbedded in His flesh He will die The other two will survive 3atal Freight Wreck Iu Illinois ST Louis May bad freight wreck occurred Saturday on the Yandalin rail road near Troy Ills A fast freight train laden with cattle going east collided with the kcal freight going west Both trains were running at a high rate of speed anc both LMigincs and a dozen freight cars were demolished William Butler a brake man was instantly killed and horribly mangled Several other trainmen were in jured Destructive Cyclone in lown MixxKArous Minn May 20 Trib une special from Burlington la says news has been received from New London eighteen miles north of here that a de structive cyclone passed near that place Thursday night wrecking several dwell ings and barns and injuring a number of people Charles Flesner so severely that he will ilie It is estimated that thousands of dollars in damage was done Terre 7 MalTnvu riirrrjrb Kreijrht i SOUTH BOVSI Local Fruierht IB Mail Train 104 a m South Bend Kxprers p IE Through Freight p 13 Arriving time 4 minutes earlier than taiviny Mote Good connections for Indianapolis vJa Colltax Kllloil the Engineer anil Fireman PAOLA Kan May southbound freight train on tho Missouri Kansas Texas from Paola to Parsons was wrecked near here yesterday by a switch being raised too high by the workmen who had repaired it Tbe engine and six cars were derailed and demolished and En I ginecr Casks and Fireman Downes so j badly injured that they died a few hours afterward Ctuiglit a Fireman in the Kulm Nelx May broke ou I in the livery bsxra of Bohanan Bros at 9 oclock last night Half an hoar after i the discovery of the blaze and while th i firemen were working in the lower part o the building the roof crashed in burying I a number of firemen iii the ruins Clar ence Protguian is missing anil it is sup i posed to lc dead in the debris i Tuuioloil iuto the Rirer i PTTTsnrRG May special to Th Times from Martins Ferry O says Y hnlay the false work tor the channel span i jf the Union bridge across the Ohio river and t00 tons of the iron work was carriet away by the high water and driftwood I The span is 500 feet The loss is 70QOO i and work will be delayed three months Canal TowPath Tfufaed Out UTICA N Y May bank gf the Erie canal tftYe ITW ri INCOME AND OUTGO Congress Rapidly Getting Away with the Surplus A LOOK AHEAD AT THE IIKANOES GEORGE FRANCIS IN BAD HUMOR Some Ilroveroiit lioUi Him ami Tucoma Fails of Appreciation TACOMA Wash May Fran is Train stepped from a Union Pacific rain at Saturday evening completing he fastest trip ever made around the vorld He was gone 67 ulays 13 hours and minutes but his actual traveling time vas over thirtysix hours better he hav ng stopped that length of time in New fork He was in a great rugc because ionie one robbed him at Huutington Ore rriday morning of and because the Tacoma people did not furnish him a spe ial train from Now York to Tacorna over ihe Northern Paciflc CREMATED THEIR ANCESTORS of lirltlali CoUimoiii Inilignunt Ovoi1 a Ghastly Koiiflre Man May Indians of northern British Columbia are in a ter rible state of excitement and are liable to jreak out in rebellion over the burning of iheir burying ground Canadian Indians bnry their dead by hanging them in large trees The Si wash tribe had 300 of their xncestors hung itp in this manner and white hunters set the forest on fire The wdies dried by years of exposure burned ike tar barrels Among the Indians there uncontrolled grief and they threaten vengeance Must Iot Calvin ism Aloiio SARATOGA N Y May Presby terian general assembly disposed of the revision question Saturday It was agreed o appoint a committee to formulate amendments to the Ccnfession of Faith jhe commission to rypoH to the general assembly of 1SD1 The instructions of the committee are that it shall not propose any alterations or amendments that will any way impair the integrity of the re formed or Calvinistic system of doctrine taught in the Confession of Faith The committee is to consist of lifteen ministers and ten elders to be chosen by a nominat ing commission designated by the moder ator The committee on revision is to meet not later than Oct 31 1S90 Kuv Barrett CIIIOAGO May Rev Father S M A Barrett who was shot by Patrick J Ready Friday night died Saturday morn ingat Ooclock The aged priest passed away as quietly and peacefully as he had lived The operation was performed and several intestines found to bis severed Father Barrett never recovered from the shock of the wound and operation The funeral took place this morning at 10 oclock Keady seemed to be little moved when told of his victims death He is undoubt edly insane A Village Almost Kuliiud by Incendiaries UTICA If Y May special to The Press troni Port Leyden Lewis county says Thirty buildings including a hotel several stores shops and dwellings were burned here yesterday Loss to insurance 830000 This is the third serious fire all of incendiary origin within three months and the village is al most ruined A South Carolina Fratricide CHARLESTON S C May Lydia Darlington county on Saturday two brothersyoung white men Murray and Ben Knotts were working in a field when an old quarrel was renewed and Murray shot Ben to death Mn rray is ready to surren der whenever called upon Illinois Legislature and tlie Fair CHICAGO May The Worlds fair committee have decided to ask Governor Fifer to call a special session of the legis lature to submit a constitutional amend ment authorizing Chicago to vote 000 for fair purposes Develops a Possible Deficit ot About Hennepin Clatue in the Hirer and Harbor Bill Successfully Anent the Tariff and Others Be siege the Senators WASHINGTON CITY May ive members of congress are beginning to eel a little uneasy about the way appro iriation bills are piling up this session he amount of appropriations on bills al ready passed aad pending point to an ag gregate that will exceed government rev nue by many millions during the coming seal year Government revenue from all sources for the year including the postal revenue was plumed by the treasury de lartment recently at 5450400000 Some Llfctle Bills to Pay The regular annual appropriation bills xclusive of deficiencies will amount to bout and the permanent ap propriations incliudingthe sinking funds will reach 8101600000 The deficiency bills will according to the estimates of the enate appropriations committee be at east 531000000 This makes an aggregate t of appropriations exclusive Df the dependent pension bill which if it jecomes a law as passed by the senate vill call for S26COO000 Appropriations tor the increase ol the navy as passed by house amount to There has been l500000appropriated for the Worlds air Other Appropriations That Are Asked If the river and harbor bill and the Gal veston harbor bill and the one for the lake channel between the upper and lower akes all pass that will make more to be to the appropriations The miscellaneous appropriations at the ast short session amounted to ind they are likely to amount to a good deal more at this session as the public uilding bills already reported in the louse aggregate appropriation of 000 to say nothing of the senate bills Size of the Possible Deficiency If the miscellaneous appropriations cany only the same amount as at the last ses sion the total of appropriations will amount to leaving a deficiency of 807000000 These ignreH and estimates eave out of sight possible appropriations or coast defences the direct tax bill and nany other purposes which if nuide will swell the deficit next year considerably above MONEY FOR HENNEPIN CANAL flic llouxe Agrees to the Appropriation of WASHINGTON CITY May tna sen ate Saturday it was agreed that the orig inal packages bill hiull be the special order from tomorrow until disposed of The aaval appropriation thrm re sumed and with a proposition pending to trike out the clause providing for three seagoing battle iships at a cost of 00 each the senate adjourned The house went into committee on the river and harbor bill and after discussion be point of order against the Hennepin canal appropriation was overruled Sev eral attempts were made to defeat the clause but they all failed and it remains in the bill The appropriation for the Mis sissippi from the head of the passes to the Ohio was reduced to 61000000 from 32000 000 Pending a motion to strike out the prohibition ngaimst using any part of the appropriation for the Mississippi for the building or repair of levees the bill was laid aside and the remainder of the day devoted to eulogies on the late Representa tive Wilber of New York The paragraph in the river arid harbor bill relating to the Hennepin canal after providing for for the construction of the Illinois and Mississippi canal to connect the Illinois river at a point near the town of Heunepin with the Mississippi river at the mouth of Rock river together with a branch canal or feeder from said Rock river to the main line of said canal provides that said canal and feeder shall be 80 feet wide on the water lino and 7 feet deep the locks 170 feet in length and feet in width and shall have a capacity for vessels at Ittist 280 tons burden NAHONAL GAME RECORDS Ant Brotherhood Attendance Sat urday Standing of the Clubs CHICAGO May Attendance at the national game played the League another trick Saturday the Brotherhood games drawing 50 per cent more people than those of the League At Brooklyn alone did the League make a better showing than its competitor having 1630 admis sions to lOTS for the Brotherhood At New York the figures were fairly close League 3174 Brotherhood 3474 but at Boston the Brotherhood had over 4000 more people and at Philadelphia 1000 more than the League The totals were League 9469 Brotherhood 14406 The TVeekly Statistics The standing of the different combina tions is given in the tables below Brotbhixwl won lost iirl Iieajme won lost pc Boston til 10 in ibilaphla 15 10 600 Brooklyn Xevr York Chicago Pkllaphla Cleveland Plttsbtirg Buffalo American Athletic Rochester St Trails Columbus iyrnciise 13 II M 1 1 Sew York Caps Warn a Woman WlXTHROP Me ilay excitement has been caused at Monmouth by the finding on the door of a young married lady of a warning threatening her with tar and feathers and a ride oji a rail if she did not leave town The motive for the warninc is unknown Thfe matter has been placed in the hands of an attor ney Another Victim of Jack the Rippe r LOSBOS May young girl named Hunter was found Saturday morning near Altenberg and the body had been mutt tacted as were those of Jack the HippeiV Ylctima There ii great excitement In the 350 Cincinnati Boston Cleveland 1U 11 560 10 545 11 ft41 15 12 400 15 347 A Houvy Unrdnn for MoKinley WASHIXGTON CITY May The senate finance committee is having a time of it now with importers and manufacturers who want something in the tariff bill changed to suit their particular business A number of amendments to the bill were agreed to by the ways and means commit tee at the last moment which McKinley had no opportunity to present to the house before the hour fixed for voting on the bill arrived The men who represent the in terests which would be affected by these amendments feel that they nave a claim upon the finance committee now and it is very difficult to refuse them a hearicg But unfortunately these facts have be come known to others who have amend ments which they desire to see adopted and now every man who applies to the com mittee for a hearing asserts that his par ticular claim has received the sanction of McKinley The Weather and the Crops WASHINGTON CITT May The weath er crop bulletin issued for the week ended yesterday says The recent rains in the northwest have greatly improved crop conditions in that section including the atates of Minnesota North and South Da ikota Nebraska and Iowa although local droughts are reported in JJorth Dakota and northwest Minnesota While the rains have been favorable to small grain it has been too cool for corn which in be ing replanted in some sections of Iowa Illinois and Missouri Republican Campaign Committee VTASKUfGTOX CITY May 26 Members of the Republican congressional campaign commute have been selected and announced from all but five staua and three territor ies Thelllinois member is Rowell Indiana Cheadle Iowa Gear Michigan Senator Storibridge Minnesota Dnnnell and Wisconsin Sawyer Pair Commissioners TEEXTON N J Mar 26 Governor Ab bott has appointed Hou Thomas H Srnitb of Newark and J Sewel as worlds fair commissioners from New Jer sey won lost ptJ Western won lost pc 10 8 City 15 10 GOO 18 IU 0421 Mtn no polls 14 Id S83 15 I 2 VJ Denver V2 in 545 14 14 les 14 Id 4Hj MiiwHukde KiinwisClty 500 4UH 407 15 444 TolCllo 1O 14 411 Omnlm Brooklyn G 20 St Paul The Scores of the Kxperts Saturdays League and Brotherhood playing showed the following scores League At New York 5 Chi cago 3 and Buckley Coughliu und Kittredge At ton 5 Cincinnati 7 and Hardie Duryea anil Keenan At Phila 8 Pittsburg6 bat and Schriver Gray and Berger At 7 Cleve land 3 and Daly Boutin and Zimmer Brotherhood At S Chicago 0 Daley Kilroy and Kelley King Barstow and Boyle At New York 8 Cleveland 0 and Ewing OBrien and Sutcliffe At Philadelphia 10 Buffalo S ders Knell and Cross Haddock and Halli gan At 8 Pittsburg 4 Hnlvren and and Quiun American At Rochester C Toledo 7 at cuse 4 Louisville 1 at letic 8 St Louis 4 at 1 Sunday at cansu 13 Louisville 14 at AthleticI St Louis 0 at Brooklyn first 3 olumbus 13 second HrmUyn 1 Jcjubus 9 Tulrilu Uililir Western I At Minneapolis Duinvrll ill at the Milwaukee manager declared the grounds too wet while the Omaha men thought otherwise Milwaukee left the groundsitnd the Omahu manager appoint ed one of his own men umpire had there balls pitched over the plate and the game declared forfeited to the Omaha to 0 It will be contested At Des City 1 Des 13 At City 1 Milwaukee II at St 11 St Paul 4 Olil Sport Fnils to Win CHICAGO May the scventy fivehour walking watch began here last week Old Sport Campana announced his intention to win or die in his tracks The walk was not a howling success finan cially and it was a disappointment both to Old Sport and the audience for he neither won nor died He came in second but his share of the gute receipts will not be enough to enable him to retire and lie will continue to sell chewing gum at so much per chew Cox won the walk mak ing 275 miles and 3 laps Cycling on Rough Hqads CHVWFOHDSVILLE Ind May 100mile bicycle race for the championship was run Saturday the starters being Van Wagoner of Rhode Island and Burrett and Van Sicklen of Chicago Barrett and Van Sicklen dropped out of the race before 6 p m and Van Wagoner won race in twelve hours arriving at Indian apolis at Saturday night iu an ex hausted condition During the laet ten miles he encountered a cyclone and walked four miles over fallen trees A Close Run for 3OOO Allies NEW YOPK May Anchor lino steamer City of Rome the Cunard line steamer Auania and the Guion line steamer Alaska which left Queenstown respectively at and p m May 18 were sighted off Fire Island yesterday al and p m respectively Thayer Culls on the Legislature LINCOLN NebMay Thayer has issued a call for the legislature to in extra session June 5 to enact a law es tablishing maximum freight rates an I re peal the statute creating a state board ol transportation to adopt an Australian ballot system and to give expression to free silver coinage Tiews and an increase in the volume of currency The proclama tion causes general sup rise The Weather Wo May Expect WASHINGTON CITY May are the weather indications for tliirtyslx hours from S p m yesterday For Lowrjr followed by fair weather Monday uf craoou cooler westerly winds For Indiana nn I weather eicopt showers in northern portion cooler in north ern portions warmer in southern portions westerly For Upper ing cxjler northwesterly winds For wcaCier esccpt showers in cooier northwesterly winds For lo weiithcr preceded by rain in extreme southeast porJon slLhtl coJer winds Cataclysm in 9 ALGIERS May The town of Sefron near fez in Morocco has been ruined by floods Fiftythree Jews and many MOOTS perished Tcatimonial to M Pastenr LOXDOS May Many English and American admirers of M Pasteur among them being the Prince and Princess of Wales have combined to present with an album containing their rigoatorex The presentation WM toJUod Lytton British ombMud6r to mace More Goods Marked and Placed Upon Our Counters All at Wet Goods Prices DEWENTER The Hatter EDELWE1S qual to any Imported Beer Made Delight ful Beautiful Try S Edelweis Beer made from the Best Im Dorted Hops and the Finest Select Hop Vlalt to be had Warranted Pure and Old n Draught in all Places ToDay HEALTH IS WEALTH C Tlie above cut represents the Goodrich SelfHealing and Folding Biith Tub in use The latest triumph of American ingenuity livery household should be pro vided with this entirely original and novel invention It will save you a Doctors bill of perhaps double Us purchase price besides Riving you comforthciiltliwealth and happiness The price is reasonable placing it within reach of all We shall be pleased to show ii whether you wish lo purchase or not at DTTD jftEfflSpJSEN 4DB for Infants andi Children 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