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   Logansport Pharos (Newspaper) - May 29, 1890, Logansport, Indiana                                LOGANSPQBT DAILY PHABO8 16TH YEAE EVENING MAY 29 1890 NO 27 THEY STOOD BY HENNEPIN JOHN GRAYS OORNBR ON ALL KINDS OF Qoodp Challies Zephyra Ginghams Dragon Ulnck Organdies Dragon Black Lace Stripes ami Checks Dragon Black Bat iste Toil Dsi Nord Plain and bmpe Chambrays Linen Clmmbrays white Embroidered Flounoinz Ilam and Checked India Linen and olher kinds of White GowJa P Corner is on Goods not on storerooms GRAY AND BLUE Great Gathering of ExConfed erates at Richmond THE WHOLE SOUTH EEPBESEKTED Old Soldiers in Gray Flock to Do Honor to the Memory of Tholr Chief by At tcmllnt Dedication of the Lee JWon Military the Scene ot a yrntcrnnl Jubul Kurly Pnys Hla Respects to BARGAINS New Line Improver Gasoline Stoves Large Line Natural Gas Stoves for Summer Lfie Big Lino Refrigerators Handsome Hetrigerator Sideboards Fine Assortment of Mantles Grates and Cabinets Ice Cream Water Coolers Bulb Tubs Also ft General Line of Stoves and Hardware All kinds of Tin and Slate Roofing done to onler POSTER BAILEY No 419 Market Street Next to tJ Barber Shop Will Cure Your Headache OEJSlTS Q RICKMOXU Vo May city of Richmond is crowded to suffocation wltB i visitors who come to witness the unveiling of tho Lee statue today Trains from the north and from the south arrived at short intervals all yesterday The crash of brass bauds and the beating of drums is heard on every hand Every one of the southern Htatea sends adelegation in uniform From every part of tho state of Virginia people swarmed into Richmond until the hotels and private residences alike were over flowing and every public hall was filled with cots Nearly 5000 Confederate vet erans slept lust night on cotton ticking spread over straw the only bed that the committee on entertainment could pro vide Tho Bccorntloim ami tlio Ball Confederate emblems draped in grace ful harmony with the national colorsfes toon the fronts of houses and adorn tho corridors of the hotels State colorsart swung like banners across the principal streets The formal festivities were opened last evening at the Richmond theater with a military ball The theater had been decorated for the occasion with an elaborate display of flags and bunting From the center of the high ceiling wa swung u canopy ot streamers in the of Maryland and Virginia The same col ore prevailed in the plush drapery of th balconies Along the border of each o the balconies were the coatsofarms of th Confederate states while umg banners of plush The Confederate Colors In the centre of the stage was a fountain half hidden from view in a bower of blos soming plants Against the stage drop in the rear stood n bust of Lee On either side was a stack of Confederate colors and beside them the coats of arms of Maryland and Virginia The boxes on either side ot the stage were dressed in the Confederate colors and the colors of Maryland and Vir by the House of tUe Blver and Harbor WASHIXGTOX CITT May amend ment to the consular and diplomatic bill was reported in the senate yesterday pro viding for the carrying out of the recom mendations of the Pan American confer ence relating to the international railway The antioriginal packages bill then came up and was debated at length by Morgan and Turpie in opposition and Pugh Blair and others in advocacy No action was taken The house fortification bill was reported the conference report on the bill for a public building at Cedar Rapids la was agreed to and senate adjourned Reed presided in the house The suc cessor of Sam J Randall Mr Vaux was sworn and took his seat A bill was assed appropriating for a na ABEPLYTORASTEB The Zeitung Editor Wakes Up a Polish Jew 7IGOROTJ8 01 THE EAOE between them jnal military park on the Held of Cbicka augabuteight votes all exConfederates i the negative Some routine business as then transacted and in committee ie river and harbor bill was again taken p The chair overruled the point of or er pending at adjournment Tuesday amendment was adopted authorizing a urvey of the Illinois river from LaSalle o the Mississippi to ascertain what lands vould be overflowed by the construction f a canal A substitute for the whole bill vus offered appropriating to be xpended by a board of commissioners but An attempt to strike out the Hennepin clause was defeated and the bill was passed The house ourned Few Kemarfcu In Whlcfc There Are Some Odious Comparison from Pro hibition Point of Close of the Milwaukee Roman Catholic Convention Tlie nesolatloM Too liberal for Bish op Political Organization Ef fected CHICAGO May The congressional subcommittee continued its hearings yes terday and had before it Potter Palmer who concluded that he didnt want any restrictions on immigration Chas Jones of Racine who wanted the emigrants looked over by the consuls before they started from their country John Ander son who sang the praises of the Swedes and Norwegians Staple E Gordon at Jefferson county Wisconsin who thought Europe was dumping her insane and criminals into ihis coun then ad ginia Gen Iees Daughters Present Miss Mary Lee and Miss Mildred Lee IMPORTANT LABOR CASE DECIDED Employers Must Keep Their Contracts with NonIInion Men ALBANY N Y May decision of importance of every labor union in the country was handed down in the supreme court here Tuesday in Luke Cox vs the Albany Brewing company The appeal was by defendant from a judgment of the county court for plaintiff In April 18SH during a strike of the defendants regular employes the plaintiff and others were en gaged to take the place of the strikers the plaintiff being under verbal agreement to work for one year When the strike was nettled a few weeks later plaintiff was dis charged and then brought suit to recover wages for the balance of the year he was unemployed The judgment in his favor is now affirmed with costs It is said that the labor unions will pay the expenses of the trial and also the mans salary His Gli1 Went TSacH on Him ST PAUL May is now almost cer tain that the flight of Broker E J Cattell was due to an unfortunate love affair which drove him to desperation He was engageda short while since to a wealthy belle residing near Central park but the 12thSt Drue Store BOGWESII MOXIR ever stVbolorc the uubllu none hna r so popular us Moxlu RESTS PD REFRESHES More than miy other beverage nlaeo of medicine und electricty anJ of nor It Is porlX1 everyl pared by is riunrt bottle It takos tho In paralysis no iiinoiiB the nervous Tharmless leaves no rcaetK Mbiit daughters of Gen B E Lee assisted in the reception of the guests The Army of Northern Virginia met in the hall ol tne house of delegates last night and heard an address by Gen E M Low of South Car olina Tlie election of officers for the en suing year was then held after which the body adjourned to Sanger hall and par took of a banquet It was the largest gathering of the association since the war Tlio Unveiling Ceremonies There were probably 100000 strangers present yesterday at the dedication cere monies and the military and civic pageant surpassed anything ever seen here Thous uuls of Confederate veterans in the his ioric gray marched in the line and at the atatue the throng was so dense that one have walked on the sea of heads A delegation of United States senators and members of the house of representatives omliracinsnearly if not quite all the ex Confederates in congress was present Amid the wildest cheering Gon Joseph E Johnston pulled the veil off the statute Ho was attended by a one legged veteran on one sido bearing the old headquarters nag of Pegrams artillery battalion ana by a onenrmed veteran on the other bear in an old battlcflng tattered and with bullets and age BLUE AND GRAYAT V1CKSBURG They Slmko Hands Across the Mloody Chasm Wltli Great Elitlinslnsm VlCKSliCKO Miss May soldiers swarmed over the hills yesterday morning in search of scenes of their former glory and there being nothing on the pro UrtJliC day for the wedding bad never been set as Cattells convivial habits were a per petual bar Finally as he proved that he had no control over his passion for drinlc the lady broke the engagement From that time Cattell plunged into dissipation and speculation and want rapidly to rum Secretary Blnlne Couldnt Go W CITY May Elaine was not able to accompany th presidential party to Cleveland lost night and telegraphed his regrets His place was supplied by Representative McKmley and Marshall Ransdell AttorneyGeneral accompanied the party to Cleveland to Indianapolis The including the above try and wanted rigid restrictions adopted Charles R Tuttle a reporter who seemed to object to the English because they did not immediately begin to help run the politics of this country ami several others most of whom were like Editor Raster clown on the Polish Jews James Burns of the Carpenters union olf this city gave to a part of the in private evi dence that the alien contract law was be ing violated in this city A Defender of the Polish Jew But the most interesting witness was Emanuel W Beckerman a young Polish Jew a publisher and resident of Chicago who wanted to say a word for his country men and he proved himiself a vigorous and entertaining witness and an able de fender of his race and people He said here were 10000 Polish Jewg in this city nd every one could read and write Our eligion makes it necessary for us o be able to read and write and here is no illiteracy among the Polish Jews Scorn has been cast upon us since his committee contmenced its session here and I want to say it is not merited Some Virtues if the Race We are used to scorn und persecution however having endured it from almost the beginning of time but I dont propose to sit quietly and see like Herman Raster malign insult and upon us All of our people are well to do There are no Polish Jews in the almshouses the hospitals jails or penal institutions Never in the history of this state has thore ver been a Polish Jew in the penitentiary at Joliet None of us ia a public charge We bear our share of tho burdens of gov CAPTURED A SCOUNDREL Crlmimal Career of Once PromUlns OrlemM PHILADELPHIA May J Baa exchief of detectives of New Orleans who escaped November 30 1886 from state prison at Baton Rouge where he was serving a 14years sentence for forgery was arrested here tonight He says that after escaping he went to South America but the climate was killing him and he eturned to New York penniless ought employment in vain and drifted to lis city where the police nabbed him The Prisoners Dnstardly Crime Basso was appointed a policeman in Vcw Orleans when only 21 years old and vas so efficient that he gained rapid pro motion until in 1SS3 he was made chief of he detective force His crime wan the urgery of a marriage certificate by the lid of which he betrayed a young lady vhoni he soon abandoned The girl after vard shot him and he narrowly escaped leath at her hands The grand jury re used to indict her for the assault and in dicted Basso for forgery of which he was speedily convicted He is held for extra dition THE CONTRACT LABOR LAW A Construction by WiuJoui Wiiiek to Cover About Everjlliiiiff WASHINGTON CITY May Windomhas sent a letter to Immigrant Inspector Stitch of Chicago in reference to reported violations of the alien contract labor law by Canadian immigrants com ing to Chicago in which he quotes an ad rtisement clipped from a Canadian newspaper as follows Five hundred car penters competent men DEWENTER The Hatter and Furnisher Bad to Hi In the Johnson Block which has been Handsomely Remodeled 4 iueut s paivy luuiuniuig led and Secretaries Windom and Bush and Postmaster General Wanamaktr left the city at last evening Claasen Found GnlHy NEW YOUK May the United States circuit court last night the jury in the case ot P J Claasen 011 trial for torn appropriating funds of the Sixth National bank while its president after six hours deliberation returned a verdict of guilty Clausen was taken to Ludlow Street jail His wife shrieked and fainted when she heard the verdict but the old gentleman remained calm A motion for a new trial was entered and sentence was deferred for Wife anil CUIldren PlTTsnuno May 20J C Tarlxsll of this city has entered suit against the Pennsylvania Railroad company for i 000 damages for the death of his wife and who were on tho day express ernment pay our taxes educate our chil dren worship God and believe in a high plane of public and private morality and it is hard to hear the editor of The Staats Zeitung speaking of us as the offscourilngs of the earth Not of tlie Hyphenated Kind I want to make the assertion here that of the twentyfive miles of saloon frontage in Chicago fully twentjthree and a half miles are ownedand controlled by Ger manAmericans And right here I want to say you never heard of us calling our selves PolishAmericausi or HebrewAmer icans or anything of thti kind As soon as we get here we become Americans e care not for Poland but love America the land of our choice where the Jew as well as the Gentile can enjoy liberty of speech and opinion Would Bar Klomnn Catholics In regard to the present laws tlse wit ness wanted them changed so as to bar out Roman Catholics He did not believe the consular inspection plan would do any good There would be big boodle in it will be given steady work at from 30 to 40 rents hour Apply at Builders ex change 151J LaSalle street Chi cago The secretary sjiys that if Canada go to Chicago in acceptance of the proposition and work for the Builders exchange the completed transaction forms one of the prohibited contracts and if the facts can be proven the Builders ex cliaive is liabltf to the penalties He urges tlw inspector to IKS watchful of violations of the law and to report all coming nnder his notice STOPPED THEIR GROG Speaker Ueid Shutt Up the Har In tlio House lUstuurunt WAsmxGTOS CITY May Reed issued an order yesterday which has caused consternation among tho members It was an order stopping ths sale of liquor in tha house restaurant For some time past the vilest stuff biis beeu sold in the louse restaurant under the name of vhisky and the first order Speaker Reed ssued on his return was the temperance one forbidding the house restaurant keep er to sell whisky Will Sell in Original Pockages The order however does not prohibit the sale of wines and the restaurateur EDELWE1S Equal to any Imported Beer Made Delight ful Beautiful Try j Tl LQG1NWT BRPfING COS Edelweis Beer made from the Best Im j ported Hops and the Finest Select Hop Malt to be had Warranted Pure and Old in all Places ToDay TIME TABLE the streets were comparatively quiot until 3 p m At that hour a large audience as sembled at the pavilion to hoar Hon C H Hooker and Gen Kountz tho orators of the day Gen Hookers address was one of his most finished orations and won the applause of the entire assembly While in no respect apologetic it was a manly as sertion of the sincere faith ofthe bouth in the justice of its cause at the same time says he will still sell wine in original pack li tor Infants and Children said Mr lieckerman and the consul would The average consul blames the company for not coming back to Pittburg when it was seen they could not get through the flooded district The case will come up for a hearing next Mon day pool Strikers Win strike of the 300 timberhandlers on the Liverpool docks which began Tuesday to enforce their de be hot after boodle ould issue an applicant a certificate to hell provided there was in it for him There was one immigrant or wouldbe immigrant that no one said a good word for and that was Ah Sin READY FOR THE SCHOOL FIGHT Wlseonsin Roman Catliolics Ilisliop Katxers Dissatisfaction MILWAUKEE Wis May con vnntion of Roman Catholic societies yes terday elected Gustaf Kaiser president Anton Bichcl of Milwau kee and Jacob Horn of La Crosse treas urer A plan of organization for the state campaign was adopted declaring that the societies take action as a matter of con science in the next state canvass The 11H1 n rnnimitteQ tO WtltCu tlie pllill sme honesty of purpose to wageJo mensures antagonistic to Catholic church In fact a The immediate result of the order Is been the driving of all thirsty people to the senates restaurant where liquor beer and wines are still sold in broken packages and by the drink The senate has control ot this restaurant The Weather We May Eipect WASIVNGTON CITY May following iwo tho vUhcr indication fr thirtysix hours from S P m yesterday For InrUlvna Fair weather followed 1 y showers in north west p rtion southerly winds warmer For 1 weather except showers in northwest portions southerly winds warmer For weather and rains warmer winds For Wisconsin Rams southerly winds variable hv Fricliv morning ff or wither and rains southerly winds becoming variable cooler by Friday niornlns THE MARKETS CHICAGO May 28 Following arc the quotations on the board of trade toflay WLcatNo 3 May opened 84c closed June opened closed July opened closed 04c Corn No 2 Sinopened and dosed 83JSe onened STAJc close 1 July opened cloBol OatsNo 2 May opened ani cosel U June opened closed 274C July opened SSXc closed PorkJune opened 1MO closed SW30 July opened 51328 closed S1335 LardJune opened S803H closed UVOBIOU stock yards prices were tctl as follows opened active and firm with prices Be higher light ftl rough packing SJiiS38o mix Win S3SS heavy packing slii pin lols 4390 CnlfcStronger lOc higher beeves Tinrow 51 Bockere aim feeders a Toias grassers i250S330 Sbcep muttons unshorn i creamery ISK i lite Per lptin dilry mile packiim stock Bvtf EsCJSfrltly freshllc ier doz UKtelOe per Ib spring ihick doz turkeys per so well to children that I CoUA i recommend it as superior to any pnsiTipiion I gi toep ioiowu to IL AAacnsrt XI D I eestion Ill Bo Oxford St Brooklyn K T i Wlthoul Injurkxn TUB CtacTAUR 77 Murray Street N HEALTH IS WEALTH Poul TIAIIS PASSEXDEBS LEAVE 100 ANSPOKT BAST HOCHD New York Kxprc88i Kt V Kan BODSD Vucitlo BAST BOITS3 St Loins nnd Huston Ks Jrtily Kov Alanli uorsiv taeifH BJC 11 r n niv Eastern lixpics lUOp m KafltLlno rtr Slicht t m Mail Kxprrss DayKipivss nv 7 vno VISION Others Gen Makes Beply Gun Kountz in replying complimented Col liooker and sail he wished his re marks could be heard iu every city in the north He then addressed the audience as follows Comrades who wore the bine comrades who wore the gray I thank you more than I havo words to express for this generous reception I did not come here to make a speech but to visit scones oucemore to gaze upon the ground so familiar to us all during those eventful days of 18153 and which has been so conse crated by the blood so many brave men How hard to realize the swiftness of tne living years More than quarter of a centuiv since the blue and gray met m deadlv conflict upon the historic battle field I am jrlad to be here and thank Uoa that there are uo serious differences to di vide usv JUBAL EARLYS BAD BREAK He Calls lonRslreet a Unseal with 11 Pro fane XKW YORK May to Press from Richmond says that Gen Ju j bal A Early while engaged in a hot dis cussiou of war issues at the Exchange yes terday afternoon was approached by a stronger who tAppud him on tho shoulder 1 and remarked My dear Gen Longstreet how do you do Early astonished his visitor by exclaiming savagely I want nothuic to do with a man who mistakes i me for such a damned nsscal as James i Resented by Friend A friend of the latter who was standing i by demanded retraction Early refused i whereupon Longstreets Ifriend made a lunctt for Earlylut the latter was pro tected by his friends long enough toes escape The incident cauised a sensation lings a day was of short s were backed by the union and the employers were unable to procure men to take their places the de mands of the men were conceded work was resumed Dockmens for Katzer and Give It to Him on the Halance Conn May29Afi inves tigation of the books of the Smith Griggs company shows that George Rob erts the chief bookkeeper who was rested several days ago for embezzlement has stolen in all He began steal ing in 1871 and it is passable that the stat ute of limitation will let him out of penal retiri Rioh 1 wnrf i The facts of an incident that occurred yesterday just after the adoption of the resolutions have come out Bishop Kat zer went to the committee hav BT been absent whenthe resolutions were adopted and asked to see a copy air of a man who had been injured When shown the resolutions he said he should have seen them before adoption He m iultcilu540 ito Per bu Beauty of Hebron BS4IO per bu Burbanlts 553M iier bu Ilit iiois sweet potatoes good to choice bbl to choice SJU obi New York NEW YORK Slay 28 WUcatXo reil winter cash li to show if whether you wish lo purchase or not ty for his stealings during the first thir teen years Tlie Man Wlio Bobbed MolTat ST Louis Mo May King the man who robbed President Mot fat of the Denver bauk of 531000 a year says he has made a proposition in writing to the bank officials to return the pay all the expense they have rincurred in the matter providing they agree not to prosecute him Xothiug has been heard from Denver in regard to the 1 acceptance of the proposition as yet Generosity ot OBriens Fiunce LOSDOS May Raffalovitch 1 who is to become the wile of Mr William OBrien M P gave a dinner to 500 poor children nt New Tippemcy yesterday and crowned her charitable work for the day bv donating a large sum to the support of the school conducted by nuns at that place The dinner was a most successful affair and aroused the en thusiasni of young and old to a high Four More National WASHrsoTOj Crrr May follow ing named national banks Uave been au thotiaed to commence business Ameri can national bank of Galveston Tex eaptal s300000 American national bank of Austin Tex capital 100000 First national bank of Boulder Mont capita 150000 First national liank of Tekamah Neb cnpual50000 av sisted that they were too liberal m coneed injz the state control of a child even if the childs parents neglected it Theresolu was firm however and d very much dissatisfied nt ion adjourned sine die yester fniia fr NORTH Local Mai ir p m tor Cone to Honor tee WASiirscTOS Crrv May 29 of the exConfederate members of both house and senate have gone to Richmond to do honor to the memory of the rebel Gen LeebY taking part In the exercises of unyefling of his monument which was dedicated to day A letter from mPeters WTiltelaw Bold Oives BERIIS May has writ May WMteUvw Reid ten to the Emin relief committee of this states minister gave a grand ball city under date of Bulwihva Uganda eTeaSns the attemlwiee atwiich la in his letter Dr Peters announces that the dujeaall the diplomatic corps and a expeditionary force undor his command i larae nBmrjer o tine aristocracy erf was about to tihe return cnitals i The conve Where the lresident Will Summer WisniXGTOs CITY May 29It is nearly settK that the president aiul his family ivill summer at Cape May Point N T either with the postmaster general who has a cottage there or in a cottags that is being specially constructed for that pur pose At all events Mrs come to the conclusion that she does not want to spend another summer at Deer Purk na1 aha is known to be very much impressed with the beauties of the Jersey sea shore lieitl a Bloody dclebration MrsNEAFOLis Mina May Trib une special frim Otluinwa la sap An ilrcw Sandborj 63 yeis W fiaished a thirty jiil entenee Tuesday He and his el by petting drunk when mortal injuries on her ad teu cit IiU throat from ear to ear Mrs die yesterday Sundberg will live provjbly to stand trial for mur The Tongl Was Absent CEOAB KEYS FlaP May election was held Monday for city clerk and asses sor R A Coachman was elected clerk ami J O Andrews assessor The city is very quiet and Mayor Cottrell is still Down on the Snwcuee River The cutter is Iving off the city gust 42c Pork Dull nicss L rdDivl June July iWil t Cattle Market flrm S400SJH Tex na bulls ami dry cows 395 Shirui LambsShe p Drm laiT s c t r lugher Vis i steady live UVK liK r 1 DTTO 408 MADBIB Mar farmer living Cordova refused to grant permission to one of bis servants to visit a bullfight Tuesday whereupon the servant mtur dered master and four other ot the family flad tirtignt ttn on SAJTBOKN 18T BROAD 8T ANDY WELCH 88K   

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