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   Logansport Pharos (Newspaper) - June 3, 1890, Logansport, Indiana                                LOGANSPOKT DAILY PHAROS 16TH YEAR JOHM BRAYS CORKER ON ALL KINDS QF Qoodp Chullieg Oiiighams Dragon Black Orfjaudies Dragon Black Lace Stripes and Checks Dragon Black Bixt Uite Toil Oil Norcl Plain and Stripe Chambrays Linen Clmmtirays white Embroidered Flouncing Ilain and Cticfkid Niinsook India Linen and other kinds of White Goods p Corner 19 on Goods not on storerooms TUESDAY EVENING JUNE 3 1890 NO 30 Demands of the Silver Make Him Weary BARGAINS New Line Improved Gasoline Stoves Lurge Line Natural Giia Sloves for Summer Use Line ct Refrigerators Uandsome Kjtrigerator Sidclfards Fine Assortment of Mantles Grates and Cabinets Ice Cream Water Coolers Hath Tubs Also a General Line of Stoves and Hardware All liimls of Tin ami SUte 1 looting done In order POSTER BAILEY No 419 Market Street Next lo Krauts Barber 8hop Will Cure Your Headache S OEkNTS Q 12thSt Drue Store REAL ESTATE For sain 1 resiil nci3 on Broivlwav Kor snle V2 residences on Spear street For salo 15 residences rn North street For sale i residences on Murkci iircet For sale residences on Eighth Nintl funl Eleventh streets For sale residences on Osage Cliip pewu and Miami streets To tnulc 0 fjoocl farms for city prop erty Brick business house in Peril lo Irnd for 11 farm Business blocks in the city to trndc fo u ignoii farm Two dry stocks to tradi fo farms Four slock farms to trade for im proved farms and city property For particulars enquire of M M GORDON Pension and Kcal Estate Agent I nil Ellio FURNITURE PHIGl S LOWIZS f OUP Designs MOJffiILL IS TIRED Men None but tin Uual Workmanship Allowel to Leave our Salesroom J W IWerson E THINKS THEY ABE INSATIABLE Claim for the Earth nnd Ilia FullliesB Thereof About the Wily HE Character IZBB their National Finances an Reported by the Treasury Ilotuc Caucus Stands by the Service Law to Tax Patents WAsiiisTiTON CITY Juno of ermont gave the senate his view of the Ivor question yesterday He said he had eeu in favor of doubling the amount of Iver bullion purchased and in fact de rous of doing almost anything in that iroction except abandoning absolutely nd forever the bimetallic standard oney But the followers ot the new sil er gospel were not easilysatisfied They emanded the coinage of all the silver at ho expense of the government They also the treasury notes or certificates to c made a legal tender for all defotg public nd private Then they the treas ry reserve to be cut down to ten millions nd the hundred millions of gold now held or the redemption of legal tender notes to e reduced to fifty millions The Ijiirtt Straw for Morrill Finally rather than anything else they freecoinage for all the American Iver and for all that might be brought nto the United States from Mexico or any ther country The cost of coining silver ibout 2 per cent was to be borne by the overnmert and the depositors of silver ullion were to receive all the difference in aluo between bullion and standard dol ars The Ileul Creditor Class That was the feast to which the senate was invited by the distinguished senators rom Colorado and Nevada Teller and The wage earners of the United states were to be counted by millions and were the most numerous creditor class of he country and he believed the largest a It wasthat class that it was now proposed to pay off in cheaper OT in epreciated standard money and to re uire to pay higher prices for anything hey had to buy Could there be any hlng he asked more likely in all parts the country at an early day to pro strikes lor higher wages Morrill md no faith in the stories of public and rivate indebtedness of the country He wlieved if correct figures could bet ob alned it would be found that the indebt jduess per capita was never less than in 800 In Favor of tha Double He helitved that by wise and moderate eglslation a sufficient amount of silver might be utilized and yet a bimetallio standard be maintained He did not want o have the United States divorced from he commercial world but that was not he policy of those who had led off in the debate Their transparent design was only thinly attempted to be concealed to go by a single bound to asilvcr standard f the country was to have a single stantl vrd ho preferred that that standard should gold rather than silver He would how ever be glnd to see both maintained and with the expectation that with a very lib eral increase of silver and with good man agement on the part of the treasury de jartment the parity of value would be preserved THE TREASURY BALANCE SHEET A Itpilitcllaik In the Delit of Income and Outgo WASHISGTOX CITY June monthly public debt statement issued from tlio treasury department yesterday shows a decrease in the debt amounting to ilOBl871 during May and for the eleven months of the current fiscal year C778T72i The total debt less cash in the treasury on the 1st of June was 81008 85SSOS The net cash or surplus in the treasury was 1781 against SIS a month 11410 National bank deposi tories hold of government funds or about half a million less than a month ago Amount of Coin la tlie Treasury The gold fund balance has increased about 85000000 during the past month and today nmounts to and the silver fund of 6000000 trade dollar in creased a littlu mere than and now amounts to The fund standard silver dollars keeps steadily in creasing and the treasury holds 002 of this coin Receipts ami Fipemlittirea Government receipts during the month from nil sources aggregated and receipts for the eleven months of the current fiscal year ended May 31 aggre gated S3C453098S The receipts for the present month will probably reach 100000 and thus swell the government re ceipts for the current fiscal year very close to or fifteen millions more than Secretary Wtiuloms estimatemade early lust fall On the other hand expen ditures during the eleven months last past aggregated or about Fourteen millions more than for the corre sponding eleven months of the past fiscal year Pension Payments Pension payments so far this year have amounted to 8103177 37 or fully 000 more than during the corresponding eleven months of the previous year Coinage at the mints during Mfiy aggre gated iu value or S74900 in gold coin and in standard silver dol lars and the remainder in minor coin HOUSE REPUBLICAN CAUCUS Pension Matters Considered and the Service Bill Insisted Upon WASHINGTON CITY June to expectation the matter of pensions came up in the Republican caucus in the house last night The difference between the senate and house is that the former favors a dependent bill and the latter a service bill and the conferrees have been xinable to agree After a long discussion the caucus agreed that the house confer rees should insist on the retention of the amendments made by the house and also that a farther amendment should be made providing that no pension shall be less than SO per month Two Oilier Bills Postponed The McComas bill to prevent by states the gerrymandering of election districts was then taken up and McComas and others addressed the house on it No con clusion was reached and it was agreed to allow the bill to uwalt the action of an other caucus It had been intended to take some action on the national election bill but after Lodge of Massachusetts and Rowell of Illinois had explained the pro visions of the bills on the subject prepared by them respectively it was decided to let the matter go over until next Thursday evening when another caucus will be held Industrial Investigation Authortxad WASHINGTON CITY June house committee on labor has authorized a fa vorable report on the resolution introduced in the house by Mason of Illinois author izing the committee to select from its num ber a subcommittee of five members to take evidence at such places as it may de termine during the present session or dur ing the recess of this congress in regard totlie establishment of eight hours as a days work and in regard to the operation and enforcement of tho eighthour federal law and also as to the advisability of es tablishing a minimum rate of wages to be paid laborers in the employ of the govern ment Why They Would Tax 1atents WASHINGTON CITY June reporting favorably the bill to tax patents the house patent committee says that if at the end of five years after the grant of a patent it is of such little value to the owner that he does not care to pay a tax of thereon the patent shall expire and that if at the end of ten years tha patent is of such lit tle value as not to warrant a tax of it shall then expire The purpose is to weed out undeveloped and useless patents to the end that they shall not block the way of subsequent inventions Got ill a Whack at New York WASHINGTON CITY June the house was busily engaged yesterday in staving off grants of condemned cannon Anderson of Kentucky raised a laugh by saying in response to a remark by Flower of New York that all the cannon should be used to aid New York to erect a monu ment to Gen Grant Confirmed by the Senate WASHINGTON CITY June follow ing nominations among others have been confirmed by the senate A J Dougherty of Illinois consul at Cullao Thomas D Mengs receiver of public moneys at Mar quette Mich George C Ginty marshal for the western district of Wisconsin Getting Alons with tlie Tariff Bill WASHINGTON CITY June Re publican members of the finance commit tee did not get together yesterday nfter rioorj The sugar schedule they will likely leave unchanged The general impression is that the bill will bo Unisheil some time next week BUSY POLITICIANS They Smell the Fall From Battle Afar Next DEMOCRATIC HOSTS OP ILLINOIS WILD WINDS JN VIRGINIA Number of Huildiiigs to tlie Ground PETETISUURG Vn Juno storm which wrought such destruction in Din widdie county Saturday night was very destructive at Fords Depot on the Norfolk and Western railroad about twenty miles from Petersburg The roof of the hand sonie residence of Charles Hamliu was lifted up from its fastening and carried some distance Mr Hamlin his wife and six children who were in the hoxise at the time narrowly es escaped with their lives One of the children was painfully injured by a falling piece of timber Jeff Boisseau L E Coleraan John Rndsdale and John Vinden nil prominent citizens of the county had their outhouses leveled to the ground A short distance from Fords the storm played havoc with growing crops and left ruin and desolation in its path FLY N ETS CHEAP AND STRONG 20 other stvles 5V Nets prices to suit all WM PHILADELPHIA Sold by all dealers SURE CURE FOR CATARRH THE DOINGS IN CONGRESS FOR OVER FIFTY YEARS this old SoTereignEemedy has stood the test and stands today the best known remedy for Catarrh Cold in the Head and Headache Persist in its use and it will effect a cure no matter of how long standing the case may be For sale by druggists A Day Devoted Principally to tle business Transacted WASHINGTON CITY June 3The senate yesterday ordered a conference on the naval appropriation bill and agreed to the conference reports on the military acadorny and army appropriation bills The latter provides that no liquorshall ba supplied in military canteens at posts in proMbitum states The remainder of the day was devoted to silver discussion with out action on tho bill A letter was re ceived from the president inviting atten tion to the recommendations of the PanAmerican eongiress regarding uni form customs iegulations and other matters A bill was introduced authorizing the triuismissito of letters concerning pensions free through the mails and another to provide for the pur chase of silver bullion and the issue there on of certificates The house spent nost 9f theday pre venting anybody from doing anything It was suspension day and a number of attempts were made to give condemned cannon to different bodies for monumea ii purposes Hut so mauy memoers cannon they were all afraid that cue stock would run out before they got any aad refused to pass anj bills The sen te bill relieving the builders of the war ship Charleston from penalties amount ing to J33000 was passed A bill was in troducedto include all carrying companies in the interstate commerce law and bill to tax DatenU was renorted favorably Garibaldis Statue Decorated NEW YORK June decoration of Garibaldis statue in Washington square took place yesterday morning in the pres ence of a large number of people Several Italian societies participated in the cere mocics When the statue had been dec orated with flowers and bunting the mili tury section of the societies saluted the statue in Italian style Conteraos band then played selections of Italian patriotic music The parnders then went to Bron ners park where the sharpshooters par ticipated in a prize shooting match Harvard Students Speak Out BOSTON June a large meeting of Harvard students last night resolutions were adopted denouncing the recent aots of vandalism and delaring that they were the work of but one or two men and should not be charged by public opinion upon the students us a body It was re solved to raise money among the students to repair the damage so far as possible and to employ detectives to ferret out the guilty parties and bring them to justice Rome Gonrtouins Boycotting LOXDOX June Bt Rsv Edward T ODwyer Roman Catholic bishop of Limerick hns issued a pastoral letter withdrawing from the priests iu his dio cese the power to grant absolution to per sons guilty of boycotting or advocating and practicing the plan of campaign The action of the bishop has created much surprise and indignation the Erin Overlaaded LONDON June inquiry now in progress bythe board of trade into the loss of the National line ship Erin is being pursued in the direction of ascertaining whether or not the vessel was overloaded The suspicion that this was the case has long been entertained in official quarters Engineer ana Fireman Hurt CLEVELAND Ohio May a collision between coal train and a pony engine on the Cleveland Lorain and Wheeling road near Masillon Engineer Meer and Fire man Higgins were so badly hurt that It is feared neither can recover Be Was Very Considerate BOSTOH June E Chandler 60 years of age cut his throat at his lodging house on Bowdoin street yesterday lie keld his head out of the window and cut his throat that he would not rain the peta Gathering lit Springfield for the State Convention Candi dates who are On Mllwan kee Anil Dennett law Convention to be a Combined Close Stftto Elec tion In News Xotes SPRINGFIELD Ills June leaders of the state Democracy are all on hand for the convention to be held tomorrow Several members of the central committee arrived yesterday to attend the meeting of that body The early comers were Brin ton of Tuscola Nelson of Decntnr Mc Xamara representing Wright of Free port Mesenkop of Princeton and Bouton of Jonesboro It will be the duty of the committee to agree upon a temporary chairman for the convention and arrange other preliminaries The members of the committee decline to give any information as to the temporary organization of the convention but it is known that J B Mann of Danville Is the favorite of many for the position as he isquick experi enced firm and possessed of a good qualities that make a good presiding offi there is strong reason to believe that the honor will be conferred upon him Candidates ot Numerous The only candidates yet on the ground are E S Wilson of Olney andE C Pace of Ashley both of whom aspiro to head the ticket as candidate for treasurer Judgn Wilson has been making an active canvass and as he is thoroughly identified with tho farming interest it seems pretty certain that he will go into the convention with a strong following Mr Pace claims to have a good many delegations pledged to him and expects to make a good showing Both of these gentlemen declare thait if Cook county should come here united on a can didate who would bo acceptable to the masses of the party they would gracefully retire but they do not look upon Mr Fitz gerald as snch a candidate and neither they nor their friends believe that it is possible for him to secure a nomination Palmer Has No Competition There is no talk as jet of a candidate for superintendent of public instruction Clendenin of Cairo is understood to de sire the nomination for that position and Parker of Cook is talked of It is prob able that others will be brought to the surface It is conceded all around that Gen Palmer will be indorsed for United States senator THE BENNETT LAW FIGHT A General Pooling of Issues Against the Law in Wisconsin MlljWAUKEE June is every in dication that the socalled Lutheran con vention that will be held in this city be ginning tomorrow will not be confined only to followers of that faith who are opposed to the Bennett law but will in clude Roman Catholics protestants of all denominations and agnostics as well who believe that the measure should be wiped off the statute books Father Decker a Roman Catholic priest of this city will be one of the delegates uuu John C wig who was chairman of the committee on resolutions in the recent Roman Catho lic convention will be a member of a similar committee in the Lutheran con vention A Lending Spirits Remarks Mr Koerner who is one of the editors of The Germaniii a leading spirit in the anti Bennett law movement said yesterday We will not accept any law that pre scribes what branches shall be taught or that requires any specified mode of in struction We believe in compulsory edu cation though andin framing the substi tute law proposed by The Germania we had in view the idea of devising something upon which the friends and opponents of the Bennett law might agree We omitted any English clause because that was a strong ground of objection to the Bennett law Action of Chicago Democrats CHICAGO June the Cook county Democratic convention yesterday the del egates to the state convention were in structed to vote for William Fitzgerald for state treasurer Resolutions were adopted declaring in favor of the Austra lian ballot system the amending of the compulsory school law and indorsing Gen Palmer for United States senator CHICAGOS GREAT OPPORTUNITY An Offer of cif Cleopatra for Worlds Fair June citizen of Alexan dria Egypt named Alexander Taglia ferro has written to the Worlds fair management enclosing a photograph of a sarcophagus which he nnd claims is that of Cleopatra lie says it was recently discovered in Casars camp near Alexandria After paying the Egyptian government its dues the writer says he sold it to a friend for speculation When the sarcophagus was opened the contents fell in ashes with the exception of the skeleton which is still preserved VTill Sell Her Hones for SBOOOO Mr Tagliafcrro says he is prompted to negotiate with the exposition authorities from notices which he liis seen in newspa pers of the United States announcing that the khoilivo of Egypt has been asked by he directors of the exposition for the mummy of Rameses le begs to offer for sole this sarcophagus and skeleton for the sum of on the spot tho inference being that the purchaser will be required to pay freight Xovel Identification Suggested In explaining the features of this tomb he states that the five faces on tbe three sides are positively the images of Cleo patrn He incloses a local newspaper with a description of the sarcophagus und a small paper package containing pulver ized bone which he alleges is part and parcel of the remains of the Egyptian queenand alleges that any good Spiritual medium will be able to know if it is really part of Cleopatras bones Dead Sure to Ijc Some Grand Queen It it should prove not to be then it could be ascertained through the medium whose it is For if it is not Cleopatra he says it must be the remains of some other grand queen of Egypt As described the sar cophagus is of solid ancient marble very closely resembling crystal found in upper Egypt This communication will be re ferred to the committee on foreign ex hibits MYSTERIOUS SUICIDE And Kqually Disappearance ofa Little Girl NEW BniTVis Conn June body of a woman who wjus beautiful in life lius at the morgue in this city await ing idciitiOeatiou The body was taken from the Walnut Hill reservoir on Satur day evening The woman had been seen near the reservoir with a little uirl in the early part of the evening very sus pifkiisly Abiiut H oclock Charles Eddy ivos riiiiim near the csinitury with They were suiiimly si art led by two piercing shrieks which seemed to come from the reservoir Eddy leaped hom the carriage and saw what he was certain was a sink into the dark water Whiro tlii Littlu Oirl A shawl and hat were found floating on the water ami near the bank a womans shoe was found Kdily lost no time in in forming the police of the affair The res ervoir was dragged and in less than an hour the body of a woman was brought to the surface Several people of this city say they have frequently seen the woman but no one seems to know her name or anything about her Whether it was sui cide or murder the police are at a loss to say What has become of the child who was with the woman is unknown DEWENTER The Hatter and Furnisher Moved Back to His fllil Room In the Johnson Block Handsomely Remodeled which has been SPRING AND SUMMER beg leave to announce lo my patrons and the puollc In general that my NEW STOCK of SP151NG End SUMMER STYLES is now Complete Mv past Standard tor FirstClass vVork will be Maintained Thanking you for pjist favors 1 Remain Yours Truly JACOB for Infants and Children CaatovUr is BO well odAptod to children that recommend it as superior to any proscription ituown to me EL A AHCHEE SI D Ill Bo Oxford 3t Brooklyn N Y CartorU cures Colic Cotnttpation Soiir Stomach Diarrhoea Eructation Kills Worms gives sleep and di gestion Without injurioum ion TITE COTATR COMPANY 77 Mumry Street X Tlie AVcatlier Dlny ivxitct WASHINGTON CITY June following arc the weather inclkalions for thirtysil hours from 8 rri yesterday For Indiana weather followed by show er cooler smithrly winds For Michigan and slightly mIur evLit warmer in extreme northern portion of lower Michigan southeasterly wind For weather followed in tlK afternoon by showers slightly cooler var iable winds THE MARKETS W N JQHKSQN President J P JOHNSON Cashier STATB NATIONAL BANK DEXPOSIT VAULTS The Safes ill this absolutely Burglar anil Fire Proof Vault are espnoiiilly adapted for the deposit of Deeds Mortgages Notes Bondii and nil Viluable Papers also Jewelry etc Items ure plnco at nominal prices of to per year each Vaults fsud Safes nrc lilted with all riiodern improvements and we cordially invite the public to call and inspect then Tho Oregon State Election PORTLAND Ore June 3 In the state election held yesterday the vote for gov ernor will be close but the retuirns re ceived seem favorable to Pennoyer Meagre returns from the state indicate the reelection of Kermer congress by from 4000 to 6000 majority The Repub licans will probably have a majority in the legislature on joint ballot The Independent Voter on Bond PROVIDENCE R L June The results of the little town elections yesterday show much bolting and the presence of the in dependent voter everywhere In some cases fusion tickets were elected In others candidates lacked only one or two votes of an election Elected a Democratic Alayoir NORWICH Conn June Crandali Dem was elected mayor yesterday The Republicans elected the remainder of the city ticket The Capricious Trolly Wire MILWAUKEE June Consternation was created yesterday by the burning out of a telephone cable containing 200 wires and the cutting off from means of telephonic connection of that number of subscribers The cause was the transmis sion of the from the heavily charged trolly wires of the Hinzoy elec tric railway to the telephone wires Three switchboards in the central telephone sta tion were bnrned out The Veauvfut In PHILADELPHIA June At the League Island navy yard yesterday the United States government toot formal possession of the dynamite cruiser Vesuvius and that vessel was placed in commission as a man ofwar Fire in a Canadian Tillage MONTREAL June The villajre of St Jacques de Lachyian was almost entirely destroyed by fire yesterday Twenty eight honsei were b urned also a number of large tobacco irarehousea Loss 1100 000 Labor Bnlldoxenlh Trouble LONDON June 3 The court at Magde burg Germany yesterday sentenced f onr strikers to terms of imprisonment varying from six to eighteen months for intimidat ing workmen who to abandon their worker take part in CHICAGO Junes Following arc the quotations in the board of trade today No i June opened 92fic closed rJjc July opened 2Jsc closed Scplembcr opened closed 98o 2 Juno opened closed July opened and closed Hc September opened anil closed 2 June opened tKc closed July opened closed iiCKc opened closed SKilfi July opued nnd closed 51340 Lard June opened closed JJoa Live stijok yards prices were as follows t opened dull and prices lOc lower than Saturday grades L3Srit4fl rough lucking S880 380 mixed lots heavy jacking and shipping lots bcovcs cows and mixed stackers nnd feeders nai grasses fed 390 dull shorn SlfJOi5IO wooled Klfkr3ilno Produce Butter Finest creameries Ky2 per Ib finest dairies IKftillc packing stock per per Ib lurkuys Tc ducks geese SlMfcjSim per do IotntocsOn and mixed per bu reorlu M KVTf13 Buibank odfeWc sweet potatoes per bbL per bbl New York NEW YORK Junet 2 red winter 854c cash do Jane 944c do July 9iJic do August do September 01Jjo 2 missd cash do June do July 41c do Ao gust OatsSteudy No 2 mixed 33ic cash do June do Juy 32c inal mesB July tbS3 Au gust JB51 Live Stock ruled firm at former prices and everything soldPoorest to thu best native ttcers P 100 Ib6 Texans bulk and dry Sheep and p slow ot a decline of from to fi Iamb4 dull at lower sheep S4SOS8 100 lts lainbs H0ff3Iarket steady live 103 ds HEALTH IS WEALTH BAKING c The above cut represents the Goodrich SelfHeating und Folding T use The latest triumph of American ingenuity Every household should b vicird with this entirely original and novel invention It will gave you bill of perhaps double its purchase price besides giving you comfor healthw nml happiness The price is reasonable placing it within reach of all a W e eared to show it whether you wish to purchase or not at DTTO 408 Ease 5anbonis Coffee Best Coffee grownintheWortci Guaranteed absolutelgpure ANDY WELCH Its superior eiceuence proviii n millions ot homes for mi nr than a quarter rf a opnturylt is uKd by the United States nnvernmcnt En the of the great as the Purest mort Healthtiu doM not Sole only general ncan8 I New York Chicago fn TMWUK ft lot J Tile Tailor SOS BROADWAY Between 5th and 6th Sts   

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