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   Logansport Pharos (Newspaper) - June 18, 1890, Logansport, Indiana                                LOGANSPOBT DAILY PHABO8 16TH YEAH WEDNESDAY EVENING JUNE 18 NO 43 BRAYS Corner On New Sun New Gauze Underwear New Black Lawns and Orgaadies New India Linens and Victoria Lawns A Full Slockln all other lines of Warm Weather Goods FOR SILVEE AD LIB The Senate Riddles the Silver Measure House RADICAL IEEE COINAGE ADOPTED uj lay toe uuiemimeut on cue Agreed 42 nays 25 The bill was then 42 nays vote be ing practically the same as the one by which the free coinage amendment was adopted Blair voting nay and Carlisle and Gibson not voting while Pasco and Pierce were added to the yea vote So ended the chapter on the silver question in the senate THE CONGRESSIONAL SU MMARY P every clay received fresh BARGAINS Line Improved Ousolmc Stoves iMrnu IV ne Natural Ons SUives for Summer Use Cig Line of Refrigerators Handsome Uiitrigerntor Sideloanls Fine Assortment of Mantles Grates and Ice Cream Freezers Water Coolers Bath Tuba Also a General Line of Stoves and Hardware All kinds of Tin aud Slate Hooting done to order FOSTER BAILEY No Market Street Next to Krauts Barber Shop A Illll Tlint Will Test tlio Truth of Gresh limn Makes a Flro At tack on the Miijorlty tor Silver Working on An jruprlatlon Iluavy Uoquilltlon fenPonHliin Hours for PoiitolHce CITY June senate yesterday put itself on record with regard to the silver question in a way that leaves no room for doubt as to the views a large majority of its members Begin ning the debate with the honso bill before It there is room to wonder why any notice was taken of that measure and why It was not kicked bodily out of the chamber for the amendments adopted left nothing bv which the bill could be Free coinage was the war cry and free coinage with all thatit implies belt good or ill was what carried the day Wolcott of Colorado made the principal speech and he protested against the intimation that the men who own the silver mines had any nordid object in view in insisting oiii free coinage Am Attack oil the President But tlie portion of Woleotts speech that was listened to with the closest attention and loudly applauded was a vigorous at tack on the president Tie criticised the unfriendly attitude of the administration on the silver question and said that when Harrison was nominated his record was marched in vain for any noteworthy act or saying The Latin sentence stat megni nominisumbra he stands the shadow of a mighty name applied to him The Ko leaders of the west had secured FUBIOUS FABMEBS The Minnesota Alliance the Supreme Court A FIEROE DEOLABATIOH ISSUED eme Will Cure Your Hwaciache S GELNTS 5 AT 12thSt Drug Store REAL ESTATE sale IJ resulnccs on Broadway For side 13 residences on Spear street bor sale residenceson North street For sale 15 residences on ftlarket street For sale residences on Eighth Ninth and Eleventh streets For sale residences on Usage fihip pcwsi and Miami streets To trade 0 good farms for city prop Brick business house in Peru to trade for a fiirm Business blocks in the city to trade foi a ijooil farm Two dry goods stocks to trade foi farms Four stock farms to trade for im proved farms and city property frVv particulars enquire of M M GORDON Pension and Heal Estate Agent Elliott Ulork rLognnsport Ind The United States BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION Of Detroit MUli In rive Classes ol enoli pur value viz ChKi Ni 1 lou S monthly payments No Ticrnts Share No t No I Shares for In nilvanee luvestimiit Shares Moiuv loniotl tlrst inorlinurc security only IloriinviT receive nil amount ol loan OUK IorXDATION Security Economy Profit Equity Hint weinsitit tlie most Enuicalte Plan in KxlstfiKf Kit U ivr Hornver liul In vcslor OIHrcrs nml HIN A IIIWKII Viovlrvsiiirnl C KKNSKTT Oil vs V HIKK tnion Nll Hank Vl IWVBU V H HASSLKH It K NVnomlousK om iuttor UuiUli S2 UrUwall St W K HrTLKii Spear St JAMESJ SHAFFREY County Ajrcnt ami Collector firi0 opposite iourt house Ottlw open laily sa in to I y tkiihrs FURNITURE n Ca 11 or write lor par PH1CES Till LOWEST Our Designs Kone but the Best Workmanabip Allowed to Leave our Salesroom the success of tlie ticket arid their awak ening had been rather rude He ventured the opinion that if the presidents position on silver had been announced before the election not a state west the Missouri river would have given him a Republican majority An open foe wasi to bo pre ferred to a secret enemy The Senate IJugliis Voting at last Wolcott having concluded the finance committees amendments to the house bill were taken up to be voted upon The proposition to strike out the provision making the treasury notes issued for the purchase of silver a legal tender was re to 50 The amendment to strike out the bullion redemption clause was agreed to nays being Chand ler Frye Halo Hiscock Hoar Morrill and Sherman Tho proposition to strike out the section for free coinage when the price of silver was for grains pure silver was to 4fi The amend ment to limit the act to ten years was re t to yeas being Chandler Edmunds Morrill and Sherman Tine 1roo Coinage Aniiiutlmeut Iluinb submitted the following amend ment as a substitute or the first section of the house bill That from and after the date of tlie passage of this act the unit of value in the United States shall be the dollar and the same may be coined ol 4125 grains of standard silver or of 58 grains of standard sold and ttiu said coins uhall be legal tender lor all dubta public or private that thereafter any owner ol silver or gold bullion may deposit the same nt any mint of the Uuitud States to be formed into standard dollars or bars for his benefit and without charge but it shall be lawful to refuse any deposit of WHS value than or any bullion so base as to be unsuitable for the operation of the mint Adapted Nearly Two to One The above was adopted by the following vote Berry Blair Blodgett Butler Call Cameron Carlisle Cockrell Coke Colquitt Daniel Kusitis George Gibson Goimun Harris Henrst Ingalls Jones Jones Kenna Man dtrson Mitcliell Moody Morgan Pad duck Payne Plumb Power Pugh Ran som Ileagan Sanders Siiuiire Stewart Teller Turpie Vance Vest Voorhees Walthall Alleu Allison Casey Chandler Cullom Davres Edmunds Evam Frye Gray Hale Hawley His cock Hoar McPuerson Morrill Pierce Sawyer Sherman Spooner Stockbridgo Washburn Wilson of The following ptiirs were announced Dlxon and Hampton Dolph and Drown Stanford and Wilson of Iowa Higgms and Pettigrew McMillan aud Blackburn Pusco and Harwell Quay and Faulkner Eilummls Washes His Hands During the discussion a substitute was offered by Reagan for three oil the sections of the bill providing denominations of certiUcates to be issued etc Edmunds took occasion to disclaim all responsibil ity for the pcudinc measure and said he was willing to deliver the management of the finances of the country to the Demo cratic party for the time being During a debate which followed Edmunds aaid that the Democratic party which was now without responsibility was en deavoring to lead the Republicans astray as they had done in 1S77 or 1S7S when by appeals to the worst instincts and unhap piest solicitudes of the people of tha United States they had passed through the Dem ocratic house of representatives a free coinage bill llemnrlt Indorsed He spoke of Cleveland as brave enough to tell his Democratic supporters that that sort of delusion could not be carried Into practice He said further that dur ing the four years of the Cleveland admin istration the Democratic party for a won der had remained quiet This statement was denied by Reagan and Vest and al lusion was made to the antiadministra tion silver speech made in the senate by the late Mr Beck at the beginning of the Cleveland administration Plumb spoke Edmunds speech as the same sort of jeremiad which tha senate had heard from him in 1STS when the sil ver coinage bill was passed on the Finishing Tenches Reagans amendment vraii adopted and Teller offered au amendment declaring the silver certiBcates to be issued a legal tender Tellers amendment was opposed jy Blair Gray aud Evarts and defended by Morgan and Daniel It vras modified at the suggestion of Eustis by adding wowis and all silver certificates already issued and as so modified it was agreed M nays 23 Plumb moved to insert an additional section providing that owners of bullion deposited for coinage shall have tlie option to receive coin and such bullion shall be aubsequently coined Agnsed to without division Refuted to Bar Forelgm Bullion The bill was then reported to the senate and all the amendments agreed to in the committee of the whole wers agreed to in tha 40 nays Chandler moved to insert the following nmendment No gold or silver bullion lhall be received by the tireasury depart ment under this act except such as be to be the product of tha mines United Statea Idler mored Synopsis of the In HOUM and Senate WASHINGTON CITY June some routine business yesterday the senate resumed consideration of the house silver bill and when the voting was concluded there was nothing of that measure left the amendments adopted maltlns it an out and out free coinage bill declaring HSograins of silver and 258 grains ot gold each one dollar providing that any silver bullion matter where the bullion was tafc3 it the mint and receive for every 41SI5 grains either silver dollars or certificatesas he may select which dollars or certificates shall be full legal tender This bill passed by a vote 43 nays 23 1he Wyo ming statehood bill was then taken up and made unfinished business and the senate adjourned The house completed consideration of the sundry civil bill in committee and re po rted it to the house where tlie amend ment making a specific appropriation for soldiers back pay was stricken out and the bill passed Then going sgain into committee the Indian appropriation was taken up and was still pending when tha committee rose aud the house after pass ing a few unimportant measures ad journed JElBht Hours for Postotllco Clerks WASHINGTON CITY June house committee on postoffices and postroads has authorized a favorable report on the bill introduced in the house by Ketcham to limit the hours of work of clerks and em ployes in first second and thirdclass post offices The bill was amended by striking out the thirdclass offices and as passed by the committee it provides that hereafter eight consecutive hours labor shall con stitute a days work for clorkw and em ployes in all flrst and second class post offices whose salaries do not exceed 11400 per annum If any clerk or employe employed a greater number of hours per day than eight he shall be paid extra for tlie stime in proportion to his salary More Pension Clerks Wonted WASHINGTON CITY June sec retary of the treasury has sent to the sen ate a letter of the secretary of the interior transmitting a request of the commission er of pensions for an additionn1 appropri ation tor a clerical force The commis sioner asks for clerks copyists sten ographers messengers etc at a total cost of annually These changes he says are made necessary by the additional work in prospect resulting from the en actment of the recent pension legislation THE DUNBAR MINE VICTIMS Portions Work Undertaken to Recover the Bodies DirauAK Pa Juno Inspectors Blick of the Pittsbnrg district and Evans of Johnstown arrived here early yesterday They went into Mahoning mines with a view to outtinf through to tlie scene of the explosion Every man was carefully examined by the official in spectors before he was allowed to join the party It is a desperate case and desper ate methods are being employed to get at the entombed miners in the quickest pos sible way of Saving TJIlo The talent and skill of the entire region is now directing the efforts at penetrating the burning pit from the nearest point in the Mahoning mines iind arranging to drive the fire from its present seat by a huge fan now being erected ab the mouth of the Ferguson works The men in the Mahoniug works were at 10 oclock last niglit abont seventyfive feet from what is considered the shortest way into the ill fated mine The inspectors have no hope oE finding the unforttinates alive PENNSYLVANIA MINING STATISTICS Amount of Coal Bliiiod and What It C in Human WILKESBAUKE Pa Junn In spector Williams of the Third anthracite Inspection district has just completed a fcable of the operations of the coal mines for the last twenty years During that time there were 110852715 tons of coal mined The smallest output was in 1871 when 3000000 tons were mined and the largest la 188S when 8684493 tous were taken from the earth There were 1204 men killed in the many disasters during thu twenty years the largest number killed at one time being in 1SS4 07 The smallest number of tons coal mined for each life lost was 91655 tons in 1888 The largest number of days worked any year was 233 in 11388 He Defended CINCINNATI O June ISAt the cele bration of the golden jubilee of St Xaviers college at the Grand Opera house the address of the evening was by the Mr William J Onahan of Chicago It was a defense of the Jesuits against various ac cusations especially against the charge that they were aliens in the United States and had not the love of country in their hearts Preparing lor a Police Strike Ixvsoos June probability of a police strike increases and the authorities at Scotland Yard fearing the worst are quietly organizing a reserve force Hun dreds of recruits have alreaidy been sworn in and ere receiving a degree of instruc tions in the duties of a policeman that will enable them to make a creditable showing in the event of a general revolt of the old men A Boyal Disappointment LONDON June duchess ot Fife Princess Louise of Wales was delivered ol a stillborn male child Monday It isi probable that the child will be buried with royal honors as a member of the family of the Prince of Wales Effect of Iteduolng Railway LONDON June reduction of rates of fare on the state railways of Austria has had this effect to increase khe number of passeagurs three fold and the facilities of the various lines are greatly overtaxed A Competitor for Our Cotton Growen LONDON June special dispatch from Alexandria says a movement is on foot to export Egyptian cottom to Massachusetts An agent of the promoters of the scheme is already on his way to perfect the details of the plan Many Death from Cholera MADRID June from cholera have occurred at Albaido Caatello Car cajente and Jativa Four deaths occurred Malaga yesterday The dolphin anil boiiito thought fo the fastest and although their speed is not known theyare fully capable iwenty miles aa hour v j L The Court Charfed with Shielding As liualni and and Other Worlds Fair Loca tion Imue In Vermont fort In Maine to Organlie a License Moving In Wlacon Motes ST PAUL Minn June politi cal sensation in Minnesota Is the pronun siaments issued yesterday by the state Farmers Alliance which is in the fleld fin independent political factor This declaration includes a violent attack upon the integrity of the supreme court as fol lows Very recently a United States judge invaded a sovereign state accompanied by an assassin who murdered a citizen of that state The supreme court stepped in and rescued the assassin declaring thai In such cases the laws of the against murder was of no avail The state of New York condemned a murderer to death ac cording to a law enacted by the legisla ture a judge of the supreme court of the United States reached out his hand ant took that criminal that murderer under his protection and declaring that state could not punish its own murderers except by permission and the manner pre ecribed by the federal court Some Other Indictments The state of Minnesota created a rail road commission to stand between the people and the roads to prevent the latte from exacting extortionate rates roads are the creation of the state ane hold their charters from the state ye this same supreme court has decided tha these creations are greater than their ere ators that a part is greater than th whole that a state which made the road has no power to regulate or govern them until they get permission from the auto crat tribunal of the American republic In the case of the law prohibiting the sal of the dressed beet which your legislatur passed to protect the public health this same court has enacted the role of the schoolmaster It lectured the legislature It has in this case descended to admin ister a lecture to your legislature charg ing them with insincerity and lying in that they justified the law on the ground of protecting the public health when in reality the object of the law was some thing else The Dred Scott decision ren dered the name of Toney infamous for the reason that it made slavery national Bind compelled freemen to become slave catchers These judges aspire to even greater sublimity of infamy because their decisions contemplate the enslavement of the whole American people HE WEAKENED IN TIME on tkw BUTTER IN THE CANVASS Vermont Farmers Who Wanted to Show Dairy Products in Gotham MONTPELIER Vt June peculiar issue is stirring up the political waters in the Second congressional district in this state General Grout is the congressional incumbent andthis renomjnAtion is being fought on the issue of dairy products The general voted for Washington City and then Chicago as the site of the Worlds Hair This was a disappointment to Ver mont farmers who expected to make a flnc exhibition of butter if the fair had gone to New York However Gen Grout retains a strong hold on the district especially the northern counties Many Ifriends of Governor Dillingham support Mm because they think that two years ience he will surely retire and then the governor can succeed him The Churchmen in Wisconsin MILWAUKEB Wis June action of the Welsh Presbyterian convention which met here last week in denouncing the supreme couit of the state for decid ing as unconstitutional the reading of the Bible m the public schoolsand indors ing the Bennett law is looked upon in po litical circles as of considerable im portance In a few days there will be a joint conference of representatives of the Presbyterian BaptistEpiscopal and other denominations when similar action will be taken and a campaign committee ap pointed to prepare for the coming elec tion A license Campaign for Maine BANGOR Me June dissatis faction among the Democrats owing to the refusal of the Democratic state conven tion to adopt a license plank in its plat form has culminated in a movement to call a state convention and nominate a candidate for governor It is said that a number of Democrats and Republicans are in the movement to start the ball roll ior a license campaign and it is Slanderer Retracts Field of Honor j LOUISVIIIJI June A meeting on the eld olt honor that promised to develop one the most sensational duels in Ken ucky for many years took place at rvillu late last Thursday afternoon The nterested parties were Dr T F Berry a hysician of this city and John Blanken iaker a well known farmer near Fishor ille Ky The scene of the encounter FishcrviUe is a small town fifteen miles roni this city out on the Louisville Southern road John Blankenbaker is a vealthy farmer living within a short ance of the town Traced the Lies to Ulankoubftker During the time that Dr Berry was candidate for coroner of Jefferson county great interest was taken in the race at fisheLviile because Dr Berry is wtill known there A number of reports were circulated which were derogatory to the character of Dr Berry The doctor traced he reports clown and found that they were originated by Mr Blankenbaker Then he decided that a fight was neces sary and he sent a formal challenge to fight This was accepted and thu two men accompanied by Dr 11 J Davis and a friend of Mr Bhmkenbaker repaired to the field of honor a grove near Blanken jakers house The Slanderer Climis Down Revolvers were chosen as the weapons In the twilight the two seconds marked off the distance and the principals stepped to their places The signal to fira was at the end of the count one two three and both principals placed themselves in position Pistols were raised but lit the critical mo ment Mr Blunkenbakers voice was heard Dr Berry I cannot have your blood upon my hands and I have a wife and children If I killed you I should always think that I had done you and yours an irreparable injustice I will mnku a retraction He Signs a HeIllll The men lowered their weapons and stepping forward grasped hnuds explana tions were maile and the entire party ad journed the house oC Mr Hliinkenba ker where that gentleman wrote out the following statement which is now in the possession of 111 Berry I retract in toto all that 1 have ever said derogatory to the professional and personal character of Dr T F lierry JACKSON ON HIS MUSCLE The Pugilist Gives Some Cnlllorn a Surprise SAN FRANCISCO June Peter Jack son had a lively setto Monday against oddn and won the battle With some friends the Australian hncl gone to a road house for a walk and was sitting in the barroom chatting when a bus load of pic nickers drove up Among them was a brewery man Herman Helmick Hel mick was in ugly humor and began to get insulting to the colored man whom he did not know Jackson remarked that ho did not want any trouble Iete lets Go Ills Hlght This aggravated Helmick who made a pass nt him with the result that Helmick i ii 1 11 1lCffl 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 MADL TO ORDER H A RRYG TUCKER The Pearl Street Talllor ROBERT KREUZBERGER LOGANSPORT IND Wholesale Dealer and Importer of fcs and Liquors building The Kreuzberger Block corner Ma ket and Third streets and 413 and 415 Third street StrGMV large Stock of the Choicest Domestic and Imported Wines and Liquors has been increased of late and It wilt give me ereat nleasure to show my tnends and patrons tha vast Salerooms and Capacious Cellars which 1 dare say are sec ond to none within the radius of hundreds of miles Thanking you for the kind favors shown to me I beg for a continuation of the same and assure you that my aim shall be to execute your ordereto uHert thought the movement will be pushed and the convention held in this city July 15 The Trouble Cedar Vln CEDAR KEYS June elee tion of a mayor In place of the bulldozer Cottrell takes place next Tuesday Every thing is quiet here at present but trouble is feared on election day The Cottrell men have nominated J O Andrews and the antiCottrell men E J Iiuttrell Cottrell is believed to be atSuwanee forty miles fiom here Political Combine In Ohio CINCINNATI O June ISThe state ex ecutive committee of the Union Labor party calls upon all adherents of the party and upon Knights of Labor assemblies Farmers Alliances Grangers Wheels trades unions and other bodies advocat ing political reform to send delegates to a mass convention to be held at Columbus July 4 Called State Convention COLUMBUS O June Demo cratic state central committee at a meet Ing here last evening fixed Springfield as the place and Aug 26 and 27 as the time for heading the convention Charles W Baker of Cincinnati was chosen as temporary chairman and D S Fisher of Kenton temporary secretary Curtailing Debate IB Parliament LoSDON June the house of com mons last night Smith stated that the gov ernment would move next Monday for an earlier dally assembling of curtailment of debates on the speeck and the compli cated meMores tbei land purchase bill until nuC session Gladstone gave notice of intention to offer a resolution that snch a grave change in parliamentary practice as that contemplated in Smiths proposed motion ought not to occur Joan taitt wHn Pete NEW YORK July California Athletic club has telegraphed R K Foi that offer of a VOKO purse for a match between Sullivan and Jackson will be open until July 1Jackson is anxtons to tor Australia if are no of Sullivana to mMt Urn doubled upon the sanded floorPeters right hnnd taking him in the eye It wits a big surprise to the bully A dozen of Helmicks friends nt once sailed into Jackson and about the liveliest fight ever seen took place Peters arms shot out like driving rods iind men went to the floor right and left The fight transferred from the barroom to the porch ami the way was strewn with the prostrate forms of Peters adversaries They went down got up and weut down again before him The Whole Crowd Cloaiicl Out Meanwhile the wives and daughters cousins audaunts of the besiegers were shouting for help at the top of their lungs as they saw their loved ones inspect the porch floor and ground between the horse trough and the buildings Jackson how vcr now that his blood was up deter mined to put the whole crowd to flight This he succeeded in doing and the van quished crawled with more haste than ttrace into thebus and went down the road full speed ORDER OF THE NATIONAL UNION The Senate in Council at the National llnports WASHISGTOJI CITY June sen ate the National Union the supreme body of the pntriotic social and beiievol pnt order of that name bean its ninth annual meeting here yesterday The president of tte senatePrank N Gage of Chicago openiid the proceedings with an annual address in which he said that the progressof the order in the past year had been very encouraging the state of Mis souri having been added to those repre sented at the last annual meeting The number of suimrdinate councils had been increased 33 13 per cent and the number Df members over 25 per cent The secre tarys report iihmved a total membership of the order of 23548 and councils The treasurers report showed a balance on hand amouuting to in the general fund and i344SS4 in the beueSt fund WHITSELTTS Domestic Office The People of Cass county know all about iheDomestlc office The people know we sell the Sewing Machine that gives such good satisfaction Tho people know we self them on excellent terms so that the poor have a Domestic as well as the rich The people know that we sell Needles and repairs for every kind of Seving Machines ever made That Whitsetts Sewing Machine Oil is Perfection The Domestic office is bragged on by everybody 529 Broadway the Old R B WHITSETT Propr SPRING AND beg leave to announce to my patrons and the public in general that my NEW STOCK of SPRING and SUMMER STYLES is now Complete Mv past Standard for FirstClass vVork will be Maintained Thanking you for past favors 1 Remain Yours Truly Wales Mas IHiui of Ilia Own X June Prince of Wales has writtea a letter to a committee of gen tlemen who have favorably considered the idea of holding an international exhibi tion in London expressing with force and directness his views on the subject It would be highly inexpedient the prince writes to hold an exhibition of an inte national character in London at any time before 1900 While such exhibitions are eminently doirable for obvious reasons lie believes tliey are divested of much of Sheir importance by too frequent occur JAOOB for Infants and Children CutmteiaKiweil adapted to children thiit I recommend it M superior to linr prescription I taowntome HIt Aacmta MD I 111 Bo Oxford 8t Brooklyn N T I Tm CoTicn COBTAKT 77 Murray Street X CREAM BAKING EDELWE1S Equal to any Imported Beer Made Delight ful Beautiful Try Edelweis Beer made from the Best Im ported Hops and the Finest Select Hop Malt to be had Warranted Pure and Old On Draught in all Places ToDay Its superior exeeuence proven in ot homes for more than a quarterof a centurylt is used by tlie United doreeSby tie heads of tte MfteStronirest Purest and most Dr Prices Cream Bakinr TfowOtr not contain Ammonia Lime or Alum Boldnnlf WUCBBAKTUG POWDBBOO Hew Tort pmlcago 7Midc A J 3O8 BROADWAY The Tailnr 6th and   

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