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   Logansport Pharos (Newspaper) - June 11, 1890, Logansport, Indiana                                LOGANSPORT DAILY PHAROS 16TH YEAK WEDNESDAY EVENING JUNE 111890 NO 37 JOHN GRAYS OUR LAWMAKERS ON OORNBR ALL KINDS OF gummcr Qooclp Challies Zephyrs Ginghams Dragon Black Organdies Drauon Black Uce Stripes ind Checks Dragon Black Bal Ute Toil Du Nord Plain un Slnpe Chiimbraya Linen Chambraya white Embroidered Flouncing Plain and Chcckiil Nainsook Imlifi Linen and other kinds of White Goods p Corner is on Goods not on storerooms What They Are Doing at National Capital the TELLEE A SILYES TALE TJNrOLDS BARGAINS Line Improved Uusoline Stoves IMTKC Line Natural Gas Stoves for Summer Lse Big Line of Refrigerators UaniNome Hctrigcrntor Sid Fine Assortment of Mantles Grilles and Cabinets Ice Cream Freezers Water Coolers Hath Tubs Also a General Line of Stoves and Hardware All kinds of Tin and Blule Hooting done to ordor POSTER BAILEY No 419 Market Street Next to Krauts Barber Shop Wifl Cure Your Haaciache S S AT 12thSt Drug Store The United States BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION Of Detroit Midi AUTHOIU7EI OUO In Kive Classes ot S1UO cacli par villuc viz ChisH No I f 100 per Slum monthly payments No 275 cents porSUnre No t No I Shares paid Imin advance No 5 Investment Shares Monuv loaned on Hrst murltmire security only florrowurs receive full iiinimut nl loan No premium deducted OUU FOUNDATION Security Economy Profit Equity Wu know tliat wo Diestnt the most ISuultanle Plan In Existence both fur Horrcwei vestor Ofllctrs anil lUiictors President HON A IlowELt ViiePrcsUloiit WM J UBNNKTT Sccrttury N K KIUIIIK Treasurer CHAW A Union h t I Hank Directors JOHN M DwvKit K II UASSIBK General Asreiit H K WoomuiliftK llomeomiTe llutlcr llirMitw S2 Jrlswald bt Special iV It AKI B F BimEii HIM Spear St JAMES JSHAFFREY County Aiwnt and Collector OHicc opposite court house Olllco open daily ci it m to 4 p in ticulars Call or ivrltc for par REAL ESTATE For 13 resiil noes on Uroailwa For srivle Iresiliences oa Spcur street For sivle i vusiilciiecs en North street For sule i residences on Market street For sale resUltnces on EigUh Nintb iuul Eleventh streets For sale residences on Usage Chip pewa and Miami streets To trade C good farms fov city prop crty Brieli business house in Peru to trade for a farm Business blocks in the city to trade foi a iootl farm Two dry goods stocks to tnule foi farms Four stock farms to trade for im proved farms and city property For parsieulars enquire of M M GORDON Tho Soiiators Appear Determined to Ex haust the Subject the The JUotMC uii Appropriation Bill Through 1 Short of the Republican Cuucna on the Kutiouul Elec tion Successor Chosen WASHINGTONCITY June his speech on the silver bill in the senate yes terday Teller saidhe was not a fiat money man He believed that gold and silver were made us Sherman had said the other day by the Almighty for money that they were twin metals und that the dis carding of cither the one or the other could not afforded But if there could be only one money metal then he asserted that tlio interests of the United States and the interests of the world demanded that It should be silver It had been demon strated beyond the possibility of a doubt that there was not gold enough in the world and that there was not enough be ing produced to carry on the business of the world on gold alone Controverting Shermans In reply to statements made in Sher mans recent speech Teller snid that there never was an hour previous to 1S73 when the gold dollar was the unit of value in this country The silver dollar was the unit of value up to the act of 1873 An point in Shermans speech which Teller disputed and denied was that the Increase of circtilnticm had kept pace with the increase of population As to the state ment by Sherman and others that the sup porters of the bill wanted a cheap dollar Teller said that it was a species of dema goguery which was a disgrace to the sen ate They wanted the honest dollar re dollar that had been stricken down without the will of the people and without their knowledge Tho Purpose of the Golilitcs If the purpose could be accomplished for which Sheraum and his associates at home abroad were trying if they could complete the demonetization of silver which would be done effectually if the senate should pass the house silver bill they would add 30 per cent more to every pub1 lie and private debt and every man would be compelled to make 00 per cent more effort JO per cent more sacrifice to pay his debts than he would have had to make before 187J Tho Nutloiiiil rintform Again Teller then went on to speak oC the sil ver plank in the Republican national plat form and said that if he had supposed it to be more claptrap the Republican ticket would not have hnrl such support from him and would not havu got the great majority that It did in the state of Col orado Blair remarked that Teller felt In rela tion to tho silver plank in the platform just as he Blair felt in relation to tho ed ucational plank the senator think it right that any party should do that and the party that does it is certain to be blanked Laughter A Whuck nf Wall Street Teller went on to say that there was no feeling favorable to bimetallism in high places and would not be while Wall street coulrl influence political parties He remembered the case of a president Cleveland addressing a crowd of people in Wall street and saying that he saw be fore him the representatives of the great interest of the country But the fact was Teller said that ho did not see before him a single man who had ever done nu honest days work ever produced an arti cle of commerce or ever promoted the in dustrial pursuits of the country THE DAYS WORK IN CONGRESS Senatorial Orators Continue to Tnlk Sil In tho Hmise WASHINGTON CITY June presented petitions In tho senate yesterday from the employes of tlie Jacksonville Ills knitting mill in favor of the McKiu ley tariff bill and from merchants of Bloomiugton and other Illinois cities in opposition thereto It was decided to adopt the flve minute rule in discussion of tho siver bill after 3 p m Friday A num ber of bills were Introduced and a few of local interest passed and then the silver bill came up again Plumbs amendment making the total amount of reserve kept in the treasury no more than was amended so ns to provide that the coin and bullion held to redeem gold and silver certificates shall not be touched Then Teller got the floor and further illuminated the silver question for an hour or two and after a speech by Call tho bill went over some routine justness wast transacted an executive ses sion held and tho senate adjourned The house passed the bill regulating the bottling beer and then in committee of the whole considered the postofltce appro priation There was no opposition and the committee rose reported the bill to tho house and it was passed shortly after which the house adjourned Deposition of Mormon Funds WASHINGTON CITT June bill in troduced in the senate yesterday by Ed munds to amend the law relating to big amy provides with reference to the funds and property of the Mormon church that when it shall appear that there is no lawful private right said funds shall be devoted to the use and benefit of thepub lic schools in the territory of Utah and the secretary of the interior shaU take and receive the and dispose thereof for the use of the aforesaid in such man ner as shall seem to htm with the ap proval of the president to be most expe dient Agreed on a Pension Bill WASHINGTON CITY June con ferrees of the senate and house on the pen sion bills have reached an agreement The bouse couferrees receded from their stand for tho service pennon feature while eonferress on the part of senate agreed to allow the dependent pension clause to be stricken out This leaves the bill practically a disability pension meas ure It extends greatly the present pen sion laws The land Office Wants Money WASHINGTON CITY June secre tary of the treasury has sent to the senate an estimate of the secretary the interior of an additional appropriation of needed by that department for the em ployment of a force of clerks for the land office and the rental of additional quarters The number of additional clerks needed is fifty Successor Chogon WASHINGTON CITY June Re publican members of the senate at a cau cus held last evening chose exRepresent ative Valentine of Nebraska to succeed W P Canaday as sergeamtatarms of the United States senate GHASTLY EVIDENCE IN COURT Head A Wlfo Her Doail Husbands Produced YotJNGSTOWN O June John Valentine has been defeated in her suit to recover life insurance held by her husband who died a year ago The de fense was that Valentine who was a com mercial traveler had committed suicide by shooting himself in the head To prove that he died from other causes the wife had her husbands body exhumed and the head cut off and brought into court where it rested on her counsels desk The head showed many signs of decomposition and its production in court caused a marked stir DEATH ENDED HIS SLEEP A Man Irops Off in Slumber anil Never Wakes Alive GRAND RAPIDS Mich June Van Dorn whose death was caused by too much sleep was buried yesterday He was an expressman and twelve days ago was taken from his dray by a policeman who thought he was drunk and was sent home in a patrol wagon He was not drunk but sleeping and never awoke The sleep was apparently perfectly nat ural but the efforts to awaken him were unavailing and Sunday ha lied although everything possible was done to keep him alive Some timo ago he slept eight weeks without a break Something was the mat ter ivith his The Amalgamated Aiisoclatlon PiTTSBUKQ Pa June the Amalgamated association considered the scale governing bar mills The base 70 cents per ton on a 2 cent card was re affirmed The qualifying clauses on ex tras were then taken vip for discussion The price for puddling in eastern mills has 1i eu 4n CI BANDIT DEVILTRY A State of Affairs That Is About Intolerable RUBE BUBBOWB LATEST EOBBEBY Re a Train Tramp and Brings the Brave ExpreM MeMonger to with Threats of Then He Hte Victim Becmune He Dared Defend Md Death the Next Time Other TEXARKASA Ark June Express train No 1 of the St Louis Arkansas and Texas railroad was Wrecked by six masked cobbers two miles south of here Monday night Thei train was ditched at Hay woods Switch by throwing the switch The engine tender and express cars left the track and an unknown tramp who was stealing a ride in front of the express car was instantly killed The robbers at tacked the express car but the messenger repulsed them with a volley from his Win chester but hit none of the robbers They returned the fire with interest and iinally after threats of cremating tae messenger in the car he surrendered The safe was opened and the robbers secured about Torture ol the Messenger Neolin the express messenger and the Brcman and engineer were then taken Into the woods by the robbers and tied to trees They then shot the messenger in the hand and arm and shot one of his ears off to revenge themselves for his resist ance and threatened death to all three if they ever resisted another train robber All this time the passengers were pre vented from giving any assistance by one of therobbers who guarded them with a Winchester After the robbers rode off it was an hour before the frightened pas sengers rescued the train men and gave the alarm Two posses are now out hunt ing the robbers but no trace of them has been found The leader of the gang is supposed to be Bube Burrows A Supposed Bobber Arrested One arrest was made last night in connection with the robbery but the man has not been fully identified Mon day afternoon in silver yras taken from the Southern Express companys office up town and carried to the station This was sent north and it is supposed this is the boodle the robbers were after It is now asserted that the robbers only secured but stories about the amount are contradictory When the train went into the ditch Conductor A B Snoyer ran forward to ascertain the cause He was ordered to when he flashed a lantern on the man who gave the com mand a Winchester muzzle covered him THEY FOUGHT FOR A GIRL ABBREVIATED TELEGRAMS An unknown man swam to the brink Niagara falls Tuesday and was swept over The City Button works at New York were destroyed by Bre Tuesday LOM 170000 The Canadian government has decided to advertise for tenders for a Atlantic steamship service The ITnion Labor party of Arkansas nominated a state ticket with Rav N B Fizer at the head for governor Gov Fifer of Illinois has appointed James I Xeff of Freeport trustee of the National Soldiers home at Qulncy James W Tuohy a wellknown dry goods man of Chicago died Monday aged 41 He was born in Killarney Ireland The Oriental Mills company of Provi dence K L has made an assignment with unsecured debts of against immediately available assets of A bill was introduced in the national house of representatives Tuesday having for its object the prohibition of the sale of intoxicating liquors at the Worlds fair An engineer and a fireman were killed In a collision on the St Louis Keokuk aud Northwestern road near Hannibal Mo Monday Several other trainmen were in jured On the grounds of the Staten Island Athletic club Tuesday Alex Jordan of the New York Athletic club won thetitle of champion amateur athlete of the United States Mr Tully the editor of The Roscommon Ireland Herald has been sentenced three months imprisonment for publish ing an article in his paper denouncing landlordism A convention to nominate a successor in the national house to hMjniitor Carlisle has been two days in session at Carrollton Ky without a nomination the highest vote for any one man being 21 Waldo T Latham was escorting Miss Jennie Hale home from church atTorring ton Conn Monday when Ieslie Curtis a rival stabbed Livtham probably fatally and then suicided with the same knile A half deaf farmer named Jacob An drews of Hopkins Mich could not hear the locomotive whistle on the Lake Shore road Tuesday and was rim down and killed Both legs were broken and hU skull fractured The corner stones of two new buildings were laid at Princeton college Tuesday They will be called Clio and Whig halls respectively and each will be about sixty seven fcot square with a portico project ing from the front supported by six Doric pillars Mansfield King who is in jail at Clay on Mo and who says he is the man who oblied tin First National bank of Den er of i vunr ago was visited Tues ay by the teller of the bank the onlyman saw the robber plainly The teller xys he is not the man and now it is be eved that King is a criminal crank DEWENTER The Hatter and Furnisher to His Old Room In the Johnson Block Handsomely Remodeled which has been SPRING SUITS In Great Varieties Made to Order Elegant pop Spring MADE TO ORDER HARRY G TUCKER The Pearl Street Talllor THE NATIONAL ELECTION LAW Conclude Pension and Heal Estate Agent MockrLogtinsport Intl EITiotl FURNITURE PRICES THE LOWEST OUP Designs Xone but the Best Workmanship AlloVetTto Leave our Salesroom House Republicans Caucus aiul to Make n Sew Bill CITY June Ke publicnu caucus of the house adjourned from Thursday last considered the Lodge and Rowell national election bills last night Chcatham the colored member from North Corollna spoke in favor of the Lodge bill Other members spoke in favor of one or tho other measure Speak er Retd proposed that the two bills be j blended so that the features of the Rowell bill providing for an extension of the power of federal supervisors should be re tained bxit that the bill should really be a national election measore SngTKestlon Adopted It had been intended to take a vote on the bills at 10 oclock but when that hour arrived it was decided to postpone action for half an hour A resolution was offered providing that the bill be referred to the caucus committee on elections to report back to another caucus a bill embracing the features outlined by the speaker When arrived a vote was taken on the resolution and it was agreed to with out dissent The caucus then adjourned Report on tho Crop WASHIXOTON CITY June to reports received at the agricultural de partment and made public yesterday there is a falling off in area of wheat tafcen together the percent age of years being 954 show ing a net ioas of neatly 1750000 acres The estimated area of 1SS9 was 38133839 acres The condition of growing winter wheat has declined from S3 to TSU since May 1 The averages of condition in states are Michigan Indiana S3 nUaois W Missouri T7 Kansas The following are ol the spring wheat percentages of condition Wisconsin 83 97 i been advanced from 350 to per ton This means that eastern workers will de mand a general increase of pay approxi mating 15 per cent The position taken by the Amalgamated association is that the raw materials do not cost 38 per cent more than is paid by western manufactur ers yet the east has enjoyed the advantage of 83 per cent in Its favor for labor A Mnn of tho Woods jACKSOmlLLK Ills June the vicinity of Strackers Bend a neighbor hood north of Jacksonville a veritable wild man has been seen on several occa sions and has appropriated a section of timber to his own use and is being left se verely alone He forages for supplies at night and lives on the fat of the land and the residents are afraid to venture out after dark Strong measures for his cap ture are being contemplated as he is the source of much terror to the settlement A Crazy Caprice CHICAGO June Dyer of 81 Twelfth street has been committed to tbe detention hospital for examination as to her sanity Monday afternoon one of her neighbors entered her house and discov ered her holding her child of a few months over a tub of boiling hot water threaten ing to throw the little one into it The neighbor persuaded her to givo the child into her keeping nnd then called the police Cadet Standing at Point WESTPoiyr N Y June the light artillery battery drill yesterday the announcement of the class standing was read at dress parade Cadet Bromwell of Ohio was first iu engineering iirthe first class Cadet Keller of New York in law and Cadet Jadwin of Pennsylvania in ordnance and gunnery This does not es tablish the general standing upon which diplomas are issued and which will be an nounced tomorrow Tho ttesnlt Helngr That One Is Now Bead in Trouble SAN FHANCISCO June Mc Bride and Frank Larue two waiters quar reled over a girl After awMle they agreed to adjourn to the Golden Gate club and fight with three ounce gloves A referee and seconds were selected and twelve rounds were fought At the end of the twelfth while Larue had not a mark Mc Bride was unconscious and blood was pouring from his ears noise and mouth and his face and body wore terribly bruised and mangled A physician was called who said a blood vessel was broker iu McBrides head and that he would probably die Athletic Clubmen Arrested McBride died yesterday morning La Rue has been arrested Secretary Jamison of the Golden Gate Athletic club Frank Jones a director o the club Joe Bowers Tim McGrath John J cell who seconded the contestants in the fight were arrested yesterday as ac cessories to murder linn Him Out with a Bevolver MIJTJTEAPOLIS Minn June P Ives heard a man walking through th lower hallway of his house early yesterday and emptied a revolver at him from the head of the stairs The thief ran out aud was afterward found by a policeman in an insensible condition about 1X feet from the house He was hit in the neck and will probably die At the hospital he was found to be George Frisbie a notorious crook recently discharged from the state prison W H JOHNSON President J F JGHHSOH Cashier STATE NATIONAL BANK DEPOSIT VAULTS The Safes this absolutely Burglarand FTC Proof Vault arc especially adapted for the deposit of Deeds Mortgages Noles Bonds and all Valuable Papers also Jewelry etc Rents are place at nominal prices of 95 to per year each The Vaults and Safes are fitted with all modern improvements and we cordially invite the public to call and inspect then THE LIGHT RUNNING Whooping it Vp for Anarchy LoxnoN June The German govern ment is perfecting plans for a wholesale rosccutinnof Anarchists under the exist ng antiSocialist law The scheme con mplates the beginning of immediate ivtirm against this class offenders in or ler to take advantage ot the prevailing I TiTTVT aw which will presently expire Among H TT F RF ST S E WI N Cj M H 1 IN C hose taken into custody yesterday were l A i a number of men who were industrious n the circulation last April ot Socialist Munphlets designed to foment May day The Street Car Company Is Obstinate COLUMBUS O June Consoli dated Street Railroad company have thus far refused to comply with the resolutions unanimously passed by the city council Monday night to either pay the strikers heir demands for increased wages or sub mit the question to arbitration A Putition from TEnPlate Men PBOVIDESCE R I June firms dealers in manufacturers of and users of tinplate in Rhode Island have petitioned congress against any increase ot duty on They urge a reduc tion of the present duty The Missouri on a Bompage LEAVKSWORTH Kan June 11 The Missouri river has risen sii feet m twenty four hours and is now a mile wide and bank full opposite this city with nearlv a tenmile tin hour current in mtdchanneL Wiped Out ttie Stablo and Owners KANSAS Crnr Mo June of the wounded in the Wabash disaster suffering with broken legs and are in the Wabash hospital The stable most af fected by the wreck was that of J Kellar of Cynthiana Ky who together with him perished They had five horses and every one o them was killed Shortage In a SoldUers GKAJTD RATIOS Mich Michigan State Soldiers home is said to in financial straits It has jnst devel oped that there is a shortage of and that members of the board of man agers given theii individaai to tide the inititutioa until the legislature meets Captured a Train Bobber DICKINSON N D June of the bandits who robbed the Northern Pacific train at New Salem on Sunday morning has been captured The captured man is named Charles B Bailey and as he fears lynching he is telling all he knows and giving information that will be of the greatest value in locating the other rob bers and breaking up a desperate gang of plunderers A strong guard is now over the jail The Cowlcs Cose at Montreal MONTREAL June Cowles the little daughter of Eugene and Alice Cowles whose abduction by her father has had such sad consequences was delivered to her mother yesterday Cowles condi tion is such that the issue cannot be pre dicted He may die and he may live Un til the case develops one way or the other Hale will not be tried but the defence will be justifiable homicide it he dies The Ella Cordell Case KEOKUK la June Dobbs the Ella Cordell suspect was arraigned in the superior court yesterday but as there had been n failure to file the proper in formation the prisoner was discharged He was immediately rearrested on the charge of being a fugitive from justice a charge of grand larceny still hanging over him in Hancock county Yesterday afternoon a deputy sheriff took Dobbs to Cartilage Ills A Quartette Arrested lor Mnrder SHEBOVGAN FAIIS Wis June Alexander Chapman Edward Hills Liz zie Steitz and Jennie Steitz were arrested yesterday for the murder of the child of Lizzie Steitz For some time past the quartette have been living in a dwelling just over the village line in the town of Sheboygan The child was born May 23 and disappeared shortly afterward under mysterious circumstances A Kentucky HowatlUef Shot FIJEMIXGSBUBO Ky June 11 John McMUliken a young man went to cflurch atFonnans chapel Daring he slipped out cat the bridles of seven or eight horses and moanting another gave a Comanche yell tad drore the whole herd ahead of him He waspurened and shot fatally one bail entering the back of his head and coming out the month disturbances These pamphlets it has been ascertained were printed In Lon don New York and Chicago The Wcatnor We May WASHINGTON CITV June following arc the wialher indications f r hours from 8 p in For JowaFaJr wenther followed by showers eizntly coolen variable winds For Michigan and Wlaoonsii went her slightly warmHt vftrlajld windsFor Indian and IllinoisFair weath er slightly warmer southerly winds THE MARKETS CniCAOO June 10 Following aro the quotations cm the board of trade today WheatNo 2 July opened closed September opened We closed OOMc December ojKncd aud closed Cirn 2 Juno opened closed Me July op nel 3x flailed Septcnv br opened closed OatsNo j Juno opened flosul Jul opened SBi September opened closid aiu Pi Si28r closed Aiiitust Oiieneil SU83 closed opulifd SOlim uloied t595 Livusroklaiiia tt tk yards iirlvca were qui Lil ns ftillnws 01 oned actv alu llni wiMi Schlgbcr liglit rlmics fftcUiny in mixml lots heavy lacking and Cpit slow RIO cov stovkcri and t KiW 1lxas ijra sura ted t iifl ady muttons sli tcclcrs S2ffiii48ti lambs S5ai3T00 Mutter Fiiiost creameries IM iier Hi Hricat diries KxSllc packing stJck EKKSStriotly feesh per doz perlb turkeys 7c ducks yeese per doz iotatoesOu and mixed ier bu icerlei sweet otatoes The Latest Improvements The Very Finest Wood Work The Most Comolete Attachments Sole on Easy Payments at the Domestic Office R B beg leave to announce to my patrons and the public in general that my NEW STOCK of SPRING and SUMMEH STYLES Is now Complete Mv past Standard for FirstClass Work will be Maintained Thanking you for past favors I Remain Yours Truly Bnrbanks J330S3J5 per bbL ac ApplesSi bbl Strawberries 5o New Tork NEW YORK June 10 Xo 2 red winter flTMc do Tnly 95Mc do August September CornSo 2 mixed tMc cash do July do August do September 43ifSc OatsQuiet but steady No 2 mixed 35J4C casb da June do July 33Hc RyeNominal BarleyNominal Pork Dull mess H a LardSteady June July Live Sto k No trading in dressed beef steady native aidwi V Sheep and LambsSoM ruled vgr lambs We V loisvrpsheep J4IW9 55 Triambl HoswNom IbauV dull hogs 9 1M known to me H A AacBxa K D I I WltEout iajorioM i CowAint 77 Murray Street N t Train In Council ST LOOTS Train Dispatch ers Association of America opened third annnal conTention here yesterday The convention Trilllart tkree the of taking place on the CREAM or exceucnee proven in mnikmi t homes for more than a qnarterof centoir EDELWE1S Eaual to any Imported Beer Made Delight JBeautiful Try CDS IB need Uy the United States GorerniMit doreed by the bends of the ITr u tke Stronsrart Purestand mort H Dr Pricee conttic AmnvDnia Umeor Altnj PK1CB BAKING POWDKB CO New Twk pwidK tonto ful Edelweis Beer made from the Best Im ported Hops and the Finest Select Hop to be had Warranted Pure and Old ID all Places J 308 BROADWAY The Tailor Between Mh envl   

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