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Logansport Pharos (Newspaper) - June 21, 1890, Logansport, Indiana LOGANSPOBT DAILY PHAROS 16THYEAB SATURDAY EVENING JUNE 21 1890 NO JOHN BRAYS Corner On New Sim Umkellas New tee Underwear New Black Lawns and Organdies New India Linens and Victoria Lawns A Full Stockin all other lines of Warm Weather Goods A FIGHT FOE TIME AntiFree Coinage Men OfF a Vote Stave BOTH PASTIES USIKS THE WHIP P every day received fresh BARGAINS New Line Improved Gasoline Stoves Niiturnl Xlus Stoves for Summer Use Uig Line of Refrigerators Handsome Kctngcrutor Sideioards Fine Assortment of Mnnllcs Orates and Cabinets Irc Cream Water Coolers Hath Tubs Also a General Line of Staves and Hardware All kinds of Tin and Slate Ilootlng done to order POSTER BAILEY No UO Market Street Next to Krauts Barber Shop Will Cure Your Headache Q S Members Urgently Summoned by Tho Free Silver Blisn Sue feed hi Approving thn Amended Jour nal ljut the StatuH of iliu Hill Still a Iroblitm Cnnferenee Keport on tlie AntiTrust 11111 News Notes WASHINGTON Cnv June big silver fight in the house which ended Thursday night with a parliamentary tri umph for the fiiie coiuago men was re newed yesterday the moment tin chap lains prayer was ended During the night telegrams were flying all over the east summoning absentees of both parties foritwiis generally understood that yes terday was to witness the struggle to the finish The gnllericsi were well filled even before the house began Its session and the chaplain prayed in thu presence of mure members than liuve greeted him for a month Several fru coinage senators among them Jones of Nevada and Teller of Colorado were on the door at the very beginning watuhintf every point of the struggle Tlie KlsltOpens Without Delay The ball opened with a motion from McKinley to approve the journal of Wednesday and upon that he demanded the previous question Mills insisted upon adding the words us amended to tho motion aud they wens so included Then McKirdey began a poxliajnuutary fight to delay the final action on approval of the jourtiad as amended but the odds were against him the same knot of free silver Kepublicans who hatl assisted the Demo crats Thursday voted with tlie latter yes terday and every motion McKinley made was negatived arid the final result was the adoption of tho motion to approve as amended This vote ciimu near resulting iu n tie but tho Democrats induced Dar gnn of South Carolina who hud voted no to change his vote and the announce ment 133 nays 130 Next Tiling In Order Then followed tho reading of journal Meanwhile the speaker and McKinley eagerly watched tho clock very anxious for to arrive at which time the train containing the Pennsylvaniuns was due from the west When the journal was read Bland asked if It was now in order to call up bills from the speakers table Conference bills are first in order said the speaker and the conference report on the antitrust bill was presented thus shunting the whole silver ciuestion oil on a side track until the conference report oti tho antitrust bill had been adopted lllitml Koturjis to tlie Cluirjfe This accomplished Bland again begun the fight to have a vote on the silver bill but right there he struck a snag Not uion at tins time was noc in oruer an tempt to adjourn was made but just as it was defeated the hour of 5 oclock ar rived and recess was taken to 8 p m The evening session did nothing because a quorum was not present Carlisle Agalnut Tree Coinage WASHINGTON CITY June Carlisle says he did not vote in the senate on the final passage of the silver bill be cause he could not conscientiously vote for the bill as it was amended and if anybody can make capital out of his action in this connection they are at liberty to do so He said he was aware that certain persons were disposed to censure him because he did not jump at the crack of the party whip and rush headlong into the arms of the mine owners who are anxious to dis pose of their products KSIGHTSAOTFEDS The Two Great Labor Unions Not Harmonious POWDEELT MEN AT OOOPEE UNION A IVluick at tlie Weathor Clark WASHINGTON Crry June the the sundry civil bill was under discussion In the senate yesterday Stewart in at tacking the geological survey said itlwan a fungus which had grown up not on a statute baton appropriation bills Dawes reminded him that the whole array had grown up on appropriation thai the weather bureau had grown up to itsi present magnitude in the samo manner And it misleads us every day as to the weather Edmunds put in Nom Illations y tha President CITY June presi dent has nominated Thomas E Milchrlst to be United States attorney for the north ern district of Illinois and James A Miner of Michigan associate justice of the supreme court of Utah Vestal Telegraph Illll Postponed WAsnrsGTox Crrr June the meeting of the house committee on post offices and postroads yesterday the com mittee agreed to postpone the considera tion the postal telegraph bill until next session A CHICAGO BANK IN TROUBLE 12thSt Drue Store Tlic Parlc National Shut Up by Orders from Washington City CHICAGO June depositors and otherswho with theParkNa tional bank in this city were surprised yesterday morning to find the doors closed and the concern in tho hands of Bank Ex aminer Sturges It was impossible to loarn the reason of the suspension from any of the officers but business men said they did not look upon the trouble as a failure although the bank had been looked upou with suspicion for some weeks The depositors were not so hope ful however most of those having claims being depositors of small amounts the heavy ones having withdrawn their money before the suspension An Explanation of the Trouble A telegram from Washington City says tho currency comptroller explains the matter by saying that the suspension is the result of examination of the banks affairs which showed that much of Its as sets was of a questionable character the bank has made loans on doubtful securi ty and some of its officers are heavy bor rowers He says a receiver will be ap A Grunt Crowd Which Expected Some thing That Did Hot Come pern To Be Present on row derlyn Masler Workman Hot Shot Into the Federation lit Stampede That Didnt Work NEW YOBK June Ter ence V Powderly wrote to Samuel Gom pers that a meeting of the Knights of Labor would be held In Cooper Uniom Fri day night at which Gompers was invited to be present and hear what the kmights had to say in refutation ot the charges the Federation of Labor has been making against the knights Gompers replied aaying that he would accept the chal lenge Powderly wrote again laying that there was no challenge but that Gompers would be permitted to reply to any statements which might be miwle to which he took exception The letters were published and the prospect of hearing an exchange of civilities between Powderly and Gompers attracted a large crowd to Cooper Union last people in fact that could get In Some Preliminary Remarks The executive boaird of the K of L ap peared on the platform at 8 oclock Pow derly introduced George Warner of Dis trict assembly 253 as chairman Alex ander Wright of the executive bonrdwas the first speaker After briefly explain ing the object of the meeting namely to dicuss the false accusations made against the knights by the Federation of Labor he introduced Powderly who was greeted with loud applause Powderly said he regretted the necessity of this meeting After reading Gompers letter he invited Warner to take the platform Warner said that the board after considering the letter had decided that as this was a reg ular meeting called for a specific purpose it would not be proper to adopt Gompers suggestion to give that gentleman half the time of the meeting for a purpose not contemplated in the call Attempt to Stampede the Mcetlnj At this point a body ot about 203 men rose as if by prearrangement and left the hall Powderly said All who desire to leave will please dlo so now as there are STORM HAVOC IN ILLINOIS Awfal Destruction if Many EARLVIUE Ills June terrible cyclone anil occurred about live miles north ol this city shortly after 4 oclock yesterday afternoon which re snltt in terrible loss of liftAm property no less than twent ix people being re ported killed and a t inilior of houses ami bams entirely teniHslied Tlic storm came from the smiriWst anil swoojied own on Fields srhoil IIOUP new uilding stamlin it the Four firners nd tore it to piecvs At the time ticre but eight persons in the school room nd all were instantly killid Their IKK es were carried some i Usance and fear ully bruised and crusnel The School HonsiVictims The names of those who in the chool house are as Miss Zie McBride tbe 1Mn Hunt ennie Uadley Minnie Perry A In Hu lolph Lcuaireiniit Carrie vYLiie and eter Heams An old piUllT iliv nj by the school hou wiien the cyclone truck it and he toi was cauflii1 uii and carried some distaii nto a hedge His i away 1rljflitfwl AVnvl Paw PanGrove The house of Xewtcu was next struck and not a vcstise of it remains The family reliie in the cellar and escaped From the sthool house the storm continued to the northeast tlmmurh Paw Paw Grove and wit it every thins movable Here the Ins of life is re ported to btt fjriMterevenlea peisous killed anil many Tevnty hoiivs were torn to pieces ami tie eastern part of the town entirely wiped out Some of the victims were carried humlreis ynrds ai1 mriul d almost beyond recognition foicL1 of tha cyclone was territie norhinv remains iu its path but the bare earth trees be inf torn out and carried away The width of the storm was about thirty rods and it proirresiel forward nt the rate of eighty miles an Iruir The work rescue be nan immediately bur at the hour of writim but little can be learned in regard to the names of the killed aud injured LARGE VARIETY FLANNEL SHIRTS AND aught up nd an I IIflh lifeless m nlso ourrid THERELIABLE FLANNEL SACK COAT STYIES OTHER COATS SPRING SUITS In Great Vcrlolles Macje to Order Elegant por Sprin9 MADL TO ORDER HARRY GTUCKER Tho Poarl Street Taillor BEflL ESTATE For side 12 residences mi Uruiulwiu For ssile 10 resiliences on Spear street For sale S residences rn North street For sale S residences on Market street For sale resiliences on Ninth unil Eleventh streets For siile residences on Cliippewn and Miami streets For sale residences on Toledo ami Race streets For sale lota in all parts of dtv anil located in desirable places for build in s For sale nt a bargain lots on Sycti raorc street To trade farms for city properly To tnwjestocks of dry goods foi farms To trade n desirable residence with two orchards To trade six lots at Frnncisville Iml for city property or for a good furm will pay tho difference Wanted lots to sell in all parts of tlie city For particulars write or enquire of M M GORDON Tension and Iteal Estate Agent Room No S Elliott BlockLogansport 1ml Tlic United States BUILDING AND ASSOCIATION Of Detroit Mich AfTHOKIXKU Five Classes eiieli par mine vli 1lnss Si 1 iur mro moutlily paymenta 75 cents per SluiM1 No t M No Slmrcfi for It ndvance No 5 Invesliuent Slmrvs Moiwv lonnwl on first inoiltniso security tmlv ftornwcrs roielve full rtuuiiitit ot loan NoVreniUmi tkHlueteil OlH FOUNOATIOX Security Economy Prolit Equity We know that wt present the most KiinHalle Vlun In Sxth for ISorixvier niul lu Ofllrero ami Iresilent HON A HOWKM VlefvPrvsuloiit UM C HKNXKTT witlistandmg the votes of the two days the stutus the silver bill seemed just as tmcertaiu ns ever Bland claimed that it was on the speakers table and could be called up The speaker asked that the bill was found to bu oin tins speak ers did not then como up only In the regular order oC precedence Claud replied that he had tlenmndud the regular order whan he introduced bis that regular order involved the considera tion of the senate bills ou the speakers table Tim Utwolution Moillflcd The speaker said that he did not so un derstand tho jtentlemnns motion Can uon asked that the speaker rule upou the motion The speaker said ho did not think that tho resolution was in ordur now Mc Milliu of Tennessee maintained that there was no authority for Conners action in taking possession of a hill which the house hud declared had not been relleiTcd to his committee liland modi led tho language of his res olution HO as to direct that the speaker under Uulc 24 lay matters ou his table including the silver bill before the house for action Trying to Simplify Matters The speaker said that perhaps ho could simplify the matter a little aud suggested to Hljuid that he understood his wish to be simply to get at this matter when it would naturally come up supposing that It was upon the speakers table not pass ing upon the matter at this What tho ivuiir proposed to do was that when the bill or its hiatus whatever ic might be was reached it should be brought bo foro the house But the geutlemau did not item to consider that this was Friday bill that private bills alone were iu order Springer an Opening Springer of Illinois wished to know when the cbiiir might be expected to le cido v here tho bill was Tim the bill would be in order providing thutN the views of the other side were correct about which tho chair no because he does not think it is tho proper time As Bland aud Springer tinally insisted on a specific ruling the speaker finally ruled that Biauds resolution to proceed to the consideration the silver bill was not in oruerumler tho rules Then Bland appealed from the decision but before the question was decided the hour for the regular Friday recess arrived pointed unless there is change of mannge THE DOINGS IN CONGRESS by the Senate K AKt B VUITTIKK WOS Spear St JAMES J SHAFFREY County Ainnt aud Collector Oltiiv ippiwiro wiirt hovise Olliee open JiiUy S a in to 4 p m rail or write for imr FURNITURE PRICES THE LOWEST Our Designs None but tbe Best Workmanship Allowed to Leave our Salesroom Sundry Civil BUI Piwsort House WASHISOTOM CITY June bill was utrodueed in the senate yesterday appro printing for a public budding at Jackson Mich After some other miscel laneous business the sundry civil bill was resumed and completed iu committee the whole The bill being reported to tha seniUe Stewart precipitated a loug dcbnte by moving to strike out the item for the executive oflicer the geological survey Stewart is making war on Mnj Powell over the irrigation business Powell was defended by In galls Teller Platt and otters while Ed miHids seemed inclined to find fault Stewart finally withdrew his amendment anil the bill was passed Edmunds offered a resolution fora committee of seven to consider the administrative service of the senate and report a plan for efficiency and economy The senate then adjourned The house resumed the fight over the silver bill and after every parliamentary resource had been exhausted in an at tempt to defeat the move the journal as am ended by Mills resolution of Thursday was to 180 The question of what shonld next be considered then wme rp and Bland wanted to take tha tilret bill from the table and vote on it ant speafeer decided that the antitrust sill had the right of way and the jonterttnce report thereon was adopted Alter some more deteto on the question to whether the silver bill would be up during which the speaker rc toiiied to rule whether the bill was or was act on the table but rnted oansid inent and a liberal contribution of mew capital to put ihe bank on a sound finan cial basis COULDNT STAND THE REBEL FLAG An Ohio Town That Believes In Old Glory Alone NTTIV YORK Juno special to The Tribune from SteuVienville O says A riot was prevented Wednesday at the small town of New Cumberland six miles above tins city by the decisive action of the authorities Eugene Robinson is the owner of a show boat which goes up and down the river giving exhibitions in the small towns The boat while moored at this village put among a lot of foreign flags the rebel lag Inside of ten min utes tlie whole town was out fH It Hud to Come lowii As the crowd was growing menacing the town authorities waited on the mana ger the show and requested htm to re move his flags He flatly refused at first but after a long discussion during which time the crowd was asking that the mana ger be brought out aud beatwn he con sented and hauled the flags down putting up small Hags of national colors The Record of the Diamond CHICAGO June scores of the base ball aggregations yesterday were as follows League At 4 Cincinnati 2 and Ben nett llhines and Hutchinson At Cleve 3 Brooklyn 10 batteries aud Daly Garfield and Zim mer At 11 Pittsburg 2 and Decker ickery and Clements Brotherhood At H New York S ODtiy and Vaughan Haddock and Mack At Cleve 3 Boston 4 batteries OBrien and Brennan Kilroy and Kelly At 4 Philadel phia S aud Carroll Saun ders and Milligau Western At Minneapolis 3 at a Oma ha 7 Give the Iog a Gold Collar PARKKUSBCRG W Va June would have been a disastrous railroad wreck in which many lives would surely have been lost was prevented by a dog The fast train from Cincinnati to New York was thundering along and when near a high bridge was nagged by a farm er A mule had been caught in the bridge at midnight and a farmer living near had been aroused by his dog who led him to the bridge in time to save the train Etc A Fool and Hill Money rr O June Eck a baker lost his wife about two years ago His love for her was so great that he sought consolation In Spiritualism He consulted a Mrs Englehardt who told him his wife was not in Heaven and it would cost money to get her there that time Ecfc has been giving a week half his wages to the alleged medium and cannot be convinced that she is fleec ing him Canld Konlly HaTB Done ALBAXT X Y June grand jury has indicted WUliain Taylor for mur der in the Erst degree for killing his rnoth at Port Schuyler Renssaeler county March 1 1SS9 CHICAGO June heavy rainstorm flooding the whole country fell yesterday in the vicinity of ML Carroll Ills doing great damage At Davenport la two churches were damaged by lightning At la scores of families were driv en from their houses by the overflow of a creek Great damage was done to the crops in the neighborhood of St Charles Minn every thing movable wan away by a tremendous downpour ot A storm at Atehimon Kan Thnrsdajr night inflicted damages estimated at from to hundreds outside who cannot get in This pertinent and palpably true state ment was received with great cheering and the effort of the aeceders to break up the meeting fell flat In a moment the hall was packed as full as before When quiet was restored Powderly addressed the meeting He referred to certain insinua tions made against the management of the knights He denied that he was in 1886 opposed to the eighthour principle He was opposed however to certain meth ods of conducting an eighthour move ment He believed in practical measures A hiss Tlie Retort Invidious Geese and serpents hiss we are fight Ing them right along said the speaker A voice Were working people Here too rejoined Powderly It is a principle of our order that the man works with his brain or his jaw is a laborer as well as he who works with his hands docu ments showing that the knights were the first to suggest the eighthour principle At tbe St Louis convention they fixed May 1 as the date for it This be ing so how could thirtyeight men speat for the whole cjowd asked Powderly There was deafening applause at this ref erence to the fede ration Tlie of Membership Powderly referring to the future policy of the knights said they won Id continnt in the eighthour movement to help those who are willing to help themselves He then went into an analysis of the state ment of membership of the federation and asserted that the large apparent membership was made up by claiming Knights of Labor as members of thp fede ration He denied that the bottle blowers 4000 men belonged to the federation They were knights The carpenters and joiners were on the list as 2070 members He did not know how the fact was A dont belong to them voice says they dont belong to the federation The Brother hood of Carpenters are claimed by them as 53240 They lo not number more than 81000 and they telong to us Gives tlia Federation the Lie After going through the list in this Way Powderly concluded I have taken 100 000 from their claim of 409000 including the 25000 locomotive engineers which they claimed If I were to send out such a lying statement about our membership what would our critics say The speaker then spoke of differences of method be tween the two organizations He said the first trouble bet ween them occurred when the knights succeeded in having the wages of cigarniakers increased Powderly de clared that all Sorkingmen should stand together Can FolHow as Well aa Lead He was ready to resign in favor of Gom pers if the workingmen of the country would unite under him as a leader know as well how to follow as to lead Applause The knights have long borne insult isnd misrepresentation in si lence Hereafter as part of their dutj to j labor they will resent insult and strike back when attacked Great applause While the big meeting was in progress there was an overflow meeting outside the hall which was addressed by T B Mc Quire T P Quinn and J F Quinn Gompers Charges Insincerity after receiving Powderlya let ter replied to the effect that he believed Powderly never expected his Powderlys challenge to be accepted or if accepted the idea was to entrap him Gempers into a packed meeting If Gompure bad not construed thin letter as a challenge and had not accepted it the kntghts would have claimed that it was a challenge and that it had not been met He accused Powderly of being a pettifogger and doubledealer Gompers added that he was ready at the meeting or anywhere else to lepeat prove all that he had ever said about the knights and lie would at tend the meeting under this conditions named in his letter of Thursday if noti fied of their acceptance Gompers was not it the meeting ACCIDENT ON THE B AND O Two Killed ami Ueane and Young KulIli Hurt 13 A ITIMf TK Md June a n yesterday while a t oil lie Ohio vras Chihls Cecil comity this state at a rapid rate of speed the main rods on both sides of the locomotive broke The broken rods revolved with ludiliiiM speed with lying clrivii wheels beafiiuthe sides of the engine like uiinit hainniers One of he rods was forced tho cab of the engine strikiug he lireiiian lohn c Saniara with such force as to kill him in stantly lllsliop Koine alul Others Hurl The accident also canned the sleepers to leave the track ind roll over in embank ment resulting in the fatal injury of Charles Ackenheil chief engineer of tlie Jtnpid Transit company who died before reaching Ihiladelphiii und the wounding of Hishop 1T Keanu rector tho Catholic iiniversily Wash ington City II K Kelly son of congress man Kelly of Kansas anil wife of Kurt Smith Ralph tngnlla son of Sena tor Ingnlls and ten otlur people Xpne of the wounded was seriously hurt Mr and Mrs Kelly went on to the capital and Ralph Ingalls injury was to nue of his toes Bishop Keaue also went on Senator HlKnilt A telegram from Washington City says that when Senator Jngiills heard his sons mishap he remarked that accidents never came singly He had just received a telegram from his other son in Kansas announcing that a Hood bad arisen near Atchisoncarrying oil some buildings be longing to the senator Fire mill Hood both pursue me said the senator and my family are not safe on railroad trains ROBERT KREUZBERGER LOGANJSPORT JND ter of The unciorsiRnocl bogs to nciviso his frlomls nncl pirrons amoved his places or btisuioss to his new oogant l 1 1 ti I l l I L O t I v I J VJ t ond to none within the radius of hundreds of miles Thanking you for the kind favors shown to me I continuation of tho same and assure you that my aim fh Tor n bo rooxQcut vour orders to the fullest satisfaction Very Respectfully WHITSET Domestic Office Tho People or Gass county know all about ofrico The pooplo know wo soil tho Doniesi Machine that givos such good salisfiotion The itooplo know wo soil thorn on oxcollnl ro thai the poor havo a Domestic as woll as tho rich Tho people know that wo soil Noodlesand mpalrs lor every kind of Sovinq Machines evor mado That Whitsotts Sowing Machine Oil is PoMoction Trio Domestic olHco is braggod on by jvorybody 529 Broadway the Old Stand R B WHITSETT Propr SWEPT ITS PATHWAY CLEAN The Wllirlinp DtStrnyer devastates Vllliiitj of Ciinvll ConsKII Ills June cych swept over the country west of hereab oclock yestrl thing in its path was if the storm was width Ill fyelone fr of S Plyim to i to the ruins a ipiarUr in a mier was badly hlrl I to XSilliain were badly iifteinonu Kvtry The piih nlotit eighty rods in HrM struck the house ti iccs jind ccrried Lsi mile Mr 1ly lw lnuws Jiilona J M liiil The lnuisi AVillitiu SutcliilV wisalsu partly wrceked Tlie house of U CVuinor torn to pieces and Couuor and his wife liith liid ly iujureil Hlown tircly Aivuy A school house near by wus hlnwn en tirely away A younuton of Mr Morrison was badly hurt teveri housei were partly wrecked About i mile 10 the northeast the cytSoiie Mruek the honie of C C Leonard destroysI it injured four of his sons one very nenously For four miles the cyclone efl ruin in its path No lives arc reported luat Fighting the Cliolvrn in Valencia LONDON June work of fuinitia tion whicli is carried on in the province of VulinHa has Iveu very effec tive in isolating th choltra infeetvl dis trict and the numlir of is grwlu ING AND beg loavo to announce to my patrons and tho public In general that my NEW STOCK of SPRING and SUMMER STYLES is now Complete Mv past Standard for FirstClass Work will be Maintained Thanking you for past favors 1 Remain Yours Truly JACOB BKKIIS Jluue The Frankfurter Gazette says that Heligoland is absolutely Insignificant compared with cions made by Germany to theconces A Foreign Piiupers LOSDOS June 21 The government has ordered that a census be taken of all foreign pamners arriving in ILngland TVlll Cfcanew on SHrer Jane 2LPikes Opera house has lieen leased to Powell Crosley for a year with the privilege of pur chase at eOD000 It is specified that both the rental and the purchasing price are to be paid in giidd of piewnt standard ot and flnenwa for Infants and ChHdren Csstovlai is EO weH odaipted tei chiliircn recommend itassupcrivtrtoanj me n A t 111 Bo Oxford St Brostivn N a children that i Csstoriai cnra Gcwtfpation I Sour Stornuc f KiUs WorinSj 6ivja 01 promo vm dt rwrMR OISTJJCT Murray Ftnit X X En excellence proven in rriiiUoi homes for Humthan a quartrrof a crmtm is nsel by the dorsed by nf the irreat tnivereitiea as the StronpesL Furest and nvint Healthful rr Prices CHstm Bakiij Fowiier contain Ammonia Lime or Alum Sold In cans PRICE BAKING PWVUEPCO Hew York Chicago EOELWE1S i Equal to any Imported Beer Made T3elight ful Beautiful Try CDS Edelweis Beer made from the Best Im ported Hops and the Finest Select Hop to be had Warranted Pure and Old T l 1 ght m all Places ToDay O
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