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   Logansport Pharos (Newspaper) - June 23, 1890, Logansport, Indiana                                LOGANSPOET DAILY PHAROS 16TH YEAK MONDAY EVENING JUNE 2H 1890 NO 47 JOHM BRAYS Corner On New Sun Umbrellas New Gauze Underwear New Black Lawns and Organdies New India Linens and Victoria Lawns A Full Stock in all other lines of Warm Weather Goods PITEOUS PICTURES Of the Havoc Wrought by the Illinois Tornado from the cellar and been killed Mrs j Bitttner was found stripped of all her clothing about twenty yards from her house dead The loss through this coun ty is estimated at over WHOLE TOWN SWEPT AWAY FEEAKS OF THE EOTAEY TEBEOB P every day received fresh BARGAINS Line Improved Oiisolmc Stoves Large Lino Natural Stoves for Bummer Use Big Line of Refrigerators Handsome Ketrigerntor SiiUioards Fine Assortment of Mantles Grates and Cabinets Ice Crenm Water Coolers Until Tuba Also u General Line of Stoves and Hardware AH kinds of Tin and Slate Rooting done to order POSTER BAILEY No 41 Market Street Next to Krauts Barber Shop Will Cure Your Headache Q 12thSt Drue Store BEflL ESTflTE For sale 12 resiliences on Broiulwav For sale 10 residences on Spear street For sale I residences rn North street For sale 3 residences on Market street For stile residences on Ninlh am Kltvunlh streets For sale residences on Chippewa am Miami strccta For sale resultsees on Toledo am Kuea strucls For sale lots in all parts of tho city and loiatcd iu desirable places for build inc For sale at a bargain lots on Syca more street To trade farms for city property To trmlcstocks of ilry goods foi farms To trade n desirable residence wit WDorchards trade six lots nt Francisvillc I ml ciy properly or for a good farm wi pay Wanted lots to sell in all parts of th Jorparticulars write or enquire of M M GORDON Tensinn mul Kenl iKstatc Agent Roon No Elliotl BlocUJjOgnnsport 1ml The United Slices BUILDING AND LOAN tiSQCUTICN Of IVttvU Mich In livo tliissis of oucti vjz rinss No 1 per S monthly payments No T5 cents Share No M No J simres InKI tor In advance No 5 Investment Suitrcs Monov Kttuuxl on tlrst iiiorljnuM1 security only fiorrtnvprs ivceivo full amount of hum Nil pnnmim ileiluetivl HK FOUNDATION Security Economy Profit We iiniiw that we present In1 most in Existruev both for tlorrcwer ami In vestor anil Trwlilrnt HON A HOWKM Tiw1iisiiliHit VM C IIKSSRTT Secretary S K KimxK Treasurer IHvs A Mr KB I nion N t 1 lunik Wirvciors Jons M Uwv KK K H HASSIKK icncml Appat H K HOIVIOrtko Butler llulhlini SJ lirlswaUl St Specialit U n K mrrisu 1402 Spear St JAMES J SHAFFREY County Aptlit ami Oolle tor OBioo opposite court house Office open daily S a ui to 4 p in Call or write for par tkuinrs FURNITURE PRICES THE LOWEST Our Designs None but Ihe Beat Workmanship Allowed to Leave our Salesroom J Sons Uocrlptlon ot tho Vnntruftlon of Fields School Little Ones Dropped Into Mc Itrlilet Awful Fata TUo Shacking Ueutll of a Hxner of lafjortsr Cloak TJiot Would Not Nelmmka Town Swept Away CHICAGO June giving details of the havoc wrought by the cy clone Friday are at hand from Earlville Paw Paw and the other places visited and ihow that the first accounts were not ex aggerated The saddest work of the Ktorm wan the destruction of the Fields Hchool house near Earlvillo An observer states that the wind iirried the house up Into the air for distance of 303 feet where it was wrecked and lost of Neither the teacher nor any of her pupils remained alive to tell the story Where the Vletsiurt Hurled Mius McBride was found in the some distance away from the building life having instantly been crushed out The pupils seem to have taken another course and nil were thrown into the creek near by Many of tlie little bodies were carried down stream but all were recov ered Not a vestige of tho building re mained oven tho atones in the foundation being taken out Those killed are the aughters Aschol Prenttos Isaac Berry id William Hunt and the sons of Mrs nrrie White Seaman Overkirk George udolph Peter Ileanus and George Bo aches This latter gentleman also lost a and child liis house not far distant aving been demolished Storm Dooapltntod Him The most shockicig death recorded is hat of little Robert Oklrt Robert was ne of tho seven who left the school with rs Kel leys hired man Whcin they cached the door Robert whose home lay i a direction opposite to that of the Kel ey house started of alone lie was over akcn by the cyclone and utter being nised high in the air was decapitated is remains when found were so mutilated liat it was necessary to gather them in a The Death of YIr Ream The Ream familyhad a remarkable ex eribnce Its house one of the lust ones truck Is situated in the woods east ot aw Paw The Keams husbnnd and wife are extremely old people The house vos lifted whirled about several times nd dashed to tho ground Both of the teams were buried under the debris some distance from the house She was carried o n tree top the tree was blown clown and she had found safety from death in its hick branches Her husband had fallen under a tree and his brains were dashed out lis head resting on the household cat which also lay pinned down by the debris t was the pitiful cries of the animal that ed to the discovery ot Ream and his wife nd the rescue of the latter of a llitclier A ditcher named Palmer was laying tile on a farm near tlie Betz school honse and when he saw the storm coming he pulled on his rubber coat and ran for his home rle was caught in the very edge of the empest and was lifted bodily from the ground He says it seemed as though Machinery was palling him this way and hat When the storm had passed lie lay bruised and chokitig with the sulphurous air which seems to have affected all who weire in the storm and the left sleeve of hisi rubber com was torn oil at the shoulder anil carried away Somo Frwivks of tho Storm A curious notion of tho storm was de veloped when many of the articles blown away from the unroofed house of Newton Woods were found 500 yards to tlie west south of the place from which they started Since this course of the storm was north and the opposite direc feature seems very strange Most of the clothing which had been stripped from the bodies of Miss McBride anil her pupils was found hi the trees ot Paw Paw grove A small eightday clock WHS found sixty yards from where Taylor Searceys house had stood It was lying on its side but was ticking away as mer rily as ever At the Woods place a broad board with nails driven through one end was blown against a tree with such force as to fasten it there firmly aud it stands outatritfhfc angles with the treo trunk like the arm of a guide post A atnttcrio Cats Voyage A fine maltese cat was found near the wreck of the Roam house Saturday It was supposed to have belonged to the family there Yesterday it was recognized by James Blee us the pet tubby of bjp own demolished homci The little animal had boen carried in the center of that storm fully five miles and then hurled to earth In the last mad descent Mis McBHilos Fuiiornl The funeral ol Miss Maggie McBride who with her seven pupils was instantly killed at the Fields school house was held yesterday her corpse being followed to the grave by an almost numberless throng The other victims in various places preferred by the surviving relatives Noth ing can picture the gloom which has set tled upon the community nor the horror with which thtd simple people regard the fearful visitation Visitors to tlie Storms Piitli Hundreds of people visited the scene of the cyclone yesterday Every road lead Ing to the site the Fields school honse was filled witlli teams since daylight Many persons have driven thirty miles to viewthe ruin brought by the tempttst and the various places now clothed with such sad interest have been thronged with sightseers Sutolette Mendota Munson Brooklyn each sent scores of visitors in wagons in carriages and horseback and scores of others came in on every train on both the Burlington and the Northwest ern roads The Destruction at Suliletto The storm stiruck Snblette with terrific force Mrs Frederick Bittner of Sublette was killed Among those injured are the and mother of Henry WolffMrs Joseph Clink Mrs Bee Peter Lsngan George Kaylor wife aud four children George Bachelors son Mrs Casper Ky senbochetr and two children Mrs Reynolds and daughters Carrie Edith Lucy and Mary William McAlbs wife and two ohildren Grace Barton all of Snblette At the Peter Elkins school south of Compton the daughter of Casper Gisen bacher was fonnd between the by a lieavy beam There is but hopes of her recovery Edith Rey was cut about the head and injured Internally probnbly fatally Stripped of Her Clothing George Kaylor took hits wife and four children into the cellar when he saw the atorm corning It swept the house from over their heads and had they not clung UM would kwra Swcetwatcr Kcl Annihilated bnt No body Killed LINCOLN Neb June special to Tho Journal from Grand Island Xeb says the little village of Sweetwater some fifteen miles distant was swept by a tor nado yesterday tifteruoon at 3 oclock and not a building is left standing No one was killed but a number were severely injured TARIFF ESTIMATES Comparative Figures on Two Customs Bills the Omnna Flooded OMAHA Neb June 8 and 9 oclock lust night a severe electric storm accompanied by wind and rain swept over this city Great damage was done to electric wires of all kinds Cellars were flooded in various parts of town and much property destroyed by water NATIONAL GAME RECORDS Continued Inaileqnato Hull Statistics CliiCAoo June were no inter esting developments in the base ball field lust week The two rival aggregations played their schedules when the weather was willing with the attendance nt such figures as if the base ball statisticians are correct to insure a big deficit at the end of the season for the stockholders to make up The Brotherhood led in attendance nearly every day but the figures were not very far apart Saturday however with three games apiece the attendance was over 2000 in favor of the Brotherhood and yet it did not reach the average per game of 3000 which has been declared necessary to enable the organizations to come out even The lul Percentages Following aro given the percentages at the close of playing Saturday for the League and Brotherhood and Sunday for the Association and Western won lost pc BLAIUES PLAH FOB EEOrPIlOCTTY What He KeporteA to Have Said Ke ganliiig the McKInlejr Bill ami What Ho Ilcally Did GntM His Re venge lor Tiro Ilajs Worry In the Outlook for KiMly Ad Crop PnOHpiects WASHINGTON CrrY June clert of the senate finance committee has com pleted the preparation of the statement called for by the Plumb resolution adopted by the senate showing the increases and reductions in revenue which are estimated to follow the enactment of the senate tariff bill compared with the present law and the honse or McKinley bill The im portations for the fiscal year of dutiable goods the rates on which it is proposed to in value and the duties collected on tlneM aggre gated Only About Ajart The estimated duties on these articles or an aggregate equal to that of the fiscal year under the house bill is put at while under the Semite bill the estimated receipts from the some Brothhood wun lost po Boston Brooklyn Phlluphln Iltuiimnj Chlcauo New York Bunuio American Athletic Cincinnati 34 14 Itlllnnllln 3D IB 5411 ftrooklvn MO Chicago I Uuxton i Now York Cleveland nttaburg 0X1 Tn 41 Ft won lost pc S2 1112 340 200 Western won lost pc Milwaukee 2U i27 Mlnnopolls 27 Ml Dunrcr Columbus TuleilO Syracuse Brooklyn City 2t a City 21 Omaha 0 Paul 11 in IS 21 20 23 32 4HJ Alia 255 Scores on tUe Diamond This following scores were made at the latest games League At ton 1 Cincinnati4 and Bennett Forman and Baldwin At Cleve 7 Brooklyn 5 Beatin and Zimmer Lovett and Bushong At T New York 8 bat and Kittridge Welch andBuckley Philadelphia Pittsburg game grounds Brotherhood At 7 Philadelphia 1 and Car roll BufHnton and Cross At Cleveland 8 Boston 9 and Sutcliffe Kailbourue aud Kelly At 0 Brooklyn 1 batteries and Farrell Weyhlng and Kins low BuffaloNew York game postponed Western Saturday At Minneapolis T Minneapolis 4 at Des Paul t Des Moiues 3 at Sioux City J Sioux City at fi Omaha 7 Sunday At 0 Milwaukee 2 at game Denver 1 Omaha 1 second game Denver10 Omaha ft at Sioux game Kaii sns City i Sioux City 1 second game Kansas City 4 Sioux City 0 at Des Moines Paul 1 Des Moines 11 Minerva Heats tlio Jlvis NEW YORK June Leland chal lenge cup was sailed for Satnrrday by the Corinthian Yacht club aud was won by the fortyfoot Scotch cutter Mi nervn which beat tlie crack American fortyfooters Mariqiiita and Liris The course was about thirty miles SAYS THTklMIGHTS ARE SCABS Gompors of tin Federation Fnyu Re spects to Vondorly PmiAHEUiHA June Cigar Makers union of Philadelphia held a mass meeting Saturday at St George hall which was addressed by MrGompers After contending that the Knights of Labor had continually antagonized the eight hour movement Gompers went on to say 1 am willing to eo before Powderly and his cheap labor or ganization Yes go be fore him and his band of or ganized soabs and I must be excused for not accepting a challenge for a joint de bate when five or six have their hands on my throat lam willing to meet Mr Pow derly on any terms or platform anil give him satisfaction in any way he may de mand The Turners in Session NEW YORK June fourteenth annual convention of the North Ameri can Turners met yesterday nt Turn Hall and entered into formal business Col William Pfaender of New Ulm Minn was temporary chairman Seven hundred and twentyfour delegates representing 36 states and districts were present Presi dent Muench delivered the opening address He congratulated the bund upon their rapid growth He said they controlled a greater voice and political powfor than any other organization in the United States Left the Little Ones Looked Up WICHITA Kan June children of John Lober a wellknown farmer liv ing ten miles south of this city were burned to death Saturday afternoon Lo ber and his wife left them locked up in their house while they went visiting neigh bors During their absence the house took fire and the little ones unable to escape from the burning house were consumed with it Their skeletons were found in tho ashes A Great Mine Strike Threatened HCXTISGDOX Pa miners la the PhiHipsburg Beach Creek and Os ceola bituminous coal districts number ing 15000 are dissatisfied with the pres snt scale of wages and a general strike is threatened CHICAGO June snpervisors are along far enough in their work to make estimates on population Super visor Gilbert of this city says there will be over 1000000 shown here At New York the estimate is 1600000 at Detroit 197000 Milwaukee 235000 Deis Moines 54000 Dubnqne Sioux City 35000 Cedar Rapids 58000 Carlisles successor la the COVISGTOK K June ciat election held here Saturday to in the national housjito tor CwJfaJe Worth Dickinson craw CMTted ewy eowrtjr L aggregate are The house bill transferred to the free list articles which during the fiscal year 1889 were re ceived in aggregate value of 07921735114 and paid duty amounting to The senate bill transfers to the free list articles valued in the importations lor at and paying an aggre gate duty of GO59934369 Keduction of Revenue Figured Adding to the first of these amonnta ihe amount of the internal revenue reduction found in the house bill and struck oul of the senate the total reduction of rev enue by the house bill is found to be 064 77418 while that of the senate bill is the figure named These reductions the committee nays ap pear to be certain but if the imports should ba the same as lost year under tho new rate the reductions would amount under the house bill to un der the senate bill to The table further shows that the average equivalent ad valorem rate under existing law is 4134 per cent under the house Ibill 52SO per cent and under tho senate bill 5197 per cent Value of tuc Estimates These tables says the committee ore prepared upon the plan and theory usu ally followed and the estimates are conjectural and more or less un reliable and misleading They are based upon the assumption that if the bill should become a law merchandise of like quan tities and values would be imported as was imported during the fiscal year of 1889 This basis can riily be accepted as reliable where changes in rates are not of such character as to necessarily cause in creased or diminished importations Ulnlno Mild the TarllV UiU Apropos of tariff legislation quite astir was created in this city last week by the alleged remark of Secretary Blaine re garding the McKinley bill The author ity for the story was a special from this city to The New York Herald and the as sertion was that on Thursday last Mr Blaine appeared before the senate finance committee urging appropriations to carry out tlm PanAmerican congress rec ommendations In thocovirse of his re marks he was roprescnted by the special as saying of tho Meiiinley bill It iii the most dangerous if riot the most infamous meas ure that was ever concocted by any party The men who vote for this bill will wreck the Republican party If I were in the senate I would rather have my right arm torn out of its socket than vote for this bill IVltnt tlie Really Said The United Press is authorized to say that the discussion above referred to was not in relation to the general schedules of the McKinley bill Mr Blaine was urg ing the necessity and opportunity ob taining the markets of the South Ameri can states free for the products of this country He claimed that to do this the free sugar clanise should be modified that instead of opening our markets free to South American sugar the freedom of our market should be made contingent upon the Latin American states opening their ports to our products His remarks were in the line of the proposition laid down in his letter to Coney of Augusta Me printed in these dispatches of the 17th inst Of THE SILVER SQUABBLE Reed Kelnfonwd Wins in the Final Struppgle KefercTKte WASIHXGTOX CITY June whip sent out by the Republicans Thursday night had its effect Saturday and the Dem ocrats after sitting down on SpcakciV Reed with great satisfaction for two days hnd to climb off and the Speaker probably felt bettor Besides absent Re publicans there were eleven Democrats who liked the free coinage idea so little that they sustained the speakers ruling on the silver bill aud voted against their party associates They were Buckalevr Dunphy Fitch fieisshniimr Mulsh McAdoo Mutchler OXeil of Masachu setts Quiun Wiley and Stahlnecker the free coinage Republicans who had voted with the Democrats previously stood their groun1 Refused to let Ttland Withdraw As soon as the house con wnetl Bland stated his desire to withdraw his appeal against the speakers decision Friday that the silver bill could not be taken up from the speakers tnble But McKinley in sisted on a vote and it resulted 120 to 90 against Bland whose appeal was then ta to Democrats not vot ing The speaker then made a statement reiterating the declaration that the silver bill was referred to the coinage committee and on this Bland took an appeal which was voted to thus tho fight ended A Slint from the nlinota Cnnnan There were several Interesting disputes during the debate Bland at one time wanted to know if the committee on rules had not gagged the minority when Can non said The gentleman is alwavs being gagged It would take a barrel of ipecac to gag him Laughter While Hender son of Iowa had the floor Springer asked leave to interrogate him Henderson would not be interrupted I will not yield to are bobbing up all the time said the impatient lowan LARGE VARIETY FLANNEL SHIRTS AND THE RELIABLE FLANNEL SACK COAT OTHER STYLES COATS SPRING SUITS gant Spring HARRY G TUCKER In Great Varieties Made to Order por Elegant MADE TO ORDER GOSSIP ABOUT ADJOURNMENT A Prospect That CongnSB Will We in Ses Hion Two Yet WASHINGTON CITY June wan a rumor current at the Capitol Saturday that a member of the Republican major ity in the house would present a resolution proposing an adjmirmiiLiit of congress nt an early day Sucli a resolution would be introduced without party sanction for It is the intention of the Republican loaders in both houses if possible to send a tariff bill to the president jbcfore the adjourn ment of the first session There is an im pression that if the senate should fail of this dHty and congress should adjourn without sending a tariff act to the executive mansion the president will cull the con grass together again immediately in spe cial session to determine this question There is no thought in tho senate now of an adjournment or rather of an ad journmeut before the middle of Augnst Mr Hale has announced his intention of pressing the reciprocity amendment tc the tariff bill offered by him in the past week in pursuance of the plan for promo tion of tiie trade with Southern and Cen tral American countries suggested by the international conference and outlined in Secretary Hlai nos letter to the president As this proposes a distinct departure from the policy ol the house and of the senate finance committee in several important particulars it is likely to lead to extended debate So the likelihood of an adjourn ment of congress befoms the first of Sep tember scents to grow less every day Ieatli of Senator Widow WAsnisTtToy CITY June Grimes widow of Senator James W Grimes of Iowa died yesterday at hei residence in this city aged Wi She was a native of New Hampshire and was mar ried to the late Senator Grimes at Bur lington la in ISIS She was prominent in society here during her husbands ca reer iu the senate and hail made tins city her home ever since Senator Allison who married adopted daughter making his home at her residence Her remains will be taken to Burlington la for inter ment Fixed Uu1 Ijoiv Hate Again WASHINGTON CITY June post master general Saturday fixed the rates for government telegraph messages for the fiscal year iKginuiiiLC July I The rates are exactly as the rates of the pres ent fiscal year which it may be remem bered are much loss than those of the previous vear The Uuiou has refused to accept thes rates and as yet has received no pay for the messages sent during the present fiscal year The Pearl Street Talilor ROBERT KREUZBERGER LOGANidPORT IND Wholesale Dealer and Importer ol Wines and lips The undersigned begs to advise his friends and patrons that heamoved his place of business to his new elegant building The Kreuzberger Block corner Ma ket and Third streets and 413 and 415 Third street My large Stock of the Choicest Domestic and Imported Winesancl Liquors has been increased of late and it willgive me great pleasure to show my friends and patrons tho vast Salerooms and Capacious Cellars which I dire say are sec ond to none within the radius of hundreds of miles Thanking you for the kind favors shown to me I beg fora continuation of the same and assure you that my aim shall be to execute your orders to the fullest satisfaction Very Respectfully Yours Office Condition of tlie WASHINGTON CITY Junei weather cropbulletin for the week ended June 21 says the crop conditions gener ally throughout the northwest south west and the Ohio valley were improved by the favorable weather during the past week except in some localities in the up per Mississippi and Central Ohio valleys wliere heavy rains caused temporary dam age The harvest of wheat is in progress in Kansas southern Illinois and southern Indiana In the former state the crop is reported fair and of good quality The condition of the corn crop is much im proved throughout the principal corn states DESPOILING THE SAINTS The People of Cass county know all about office The people know we sell the Sewing Machine that gives such good satisfaction The people know we sell 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 Seeing Machines ever made That Whitsetts Sewing Machine Oil is Perfection The Domestic office is bragged on by everybody 529 Broadway the Old Stand R B WHITSETT Propr SPRING AND DIGGING FOR DEAD MEN The on Senators Pass tlie Bill Devoting the Mor mon Funds to the Common Schools WASHINGTON CITY June sen ate Saturday passed the bill providing that all funds and property of the Mormon church in Utah be devoted tothe common schools of the territory Butler wanted the funds used to endow institution of learning under control of iae Mormons but the regulations to be approved by Ae president ancl Voorhees urjjed that the matter of tho rightful ownership of the funds being in the hands of the supreme court the disposition of the same was premature bull Butlers amendment only had nine affirmative votes all Demo crats except Teller and Toorhees pro posal for postponement wasi rejected by a vote of 24 all the nays being Repub licans and Hawley Plumb and Teller voting aye The bill to apply the pro ceeds of public lands and railway land grants to eadow scientific and Indus trial colleges was debated without action and after a secret session the senate ad journed The net resittlt of the days session of the honse was the wiping out of the action of the two previous days and the reference of the silver bill to the coinage committee The speaker when the regular order came up referred the silver bill to the coinage committee again Bland appealed and i the appeal was laid on the 144 navs 117 Bartine ConaelL DeHsven Hermann Kelley Morrow Townsend and t coinage voted with the and Bnckalew Dunphyy Fitch Geisshaimer Maish McAdoo Mutchler OXeil of Masaachn setts Quinn Wiley and Stahlnecker with the Republicans The senate j amendments to the fortifica tions bill were nonconcurred in and K conference orderrt The then ad at Sunhar Right Truck PITTSBLTO Pa June A special to The Times from Dunbar Pa says Miu ng engineers yesterday afternoon com pleted another survey of tlie Mahoning mines They say that the rescuers are on the right track and it is believed the en tombed miners will reached within twelve hours The delay was caused by an immense rock immediately on the line Beyond this rock it is believed that a pas sage way of seventy feeC in length will be fonnd and it will require but a short time to work through this passage jne Jilln corrtwll Mnraer HAMILTON 111 June A bundle of bloody bedclothing has been found in a clump of willows on the river bank here The authorities think the find will furnish a clue to the murderers of KHa Cordell 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 Work will be Maintained Thanking you for past favors I Remain Yours Truly CASTOR IA for Infants and Children 3 weD to chBdreathit I DPI CREAM kjunratome H A Ancmil M D innU WUboui CKJCTACB COMTAKT MurraT Stnwc X Its superior excellence proven in mtllianiof for more than a quarterof a century It 18 used by the United States Gorernroent En dorsed bj tbe bcttiJs of the rreat CnlvertiOes the Stronircst wad moM Healthful Ir BuklBK Powder does cootaicAmraonhs Uincor Alum Sold only In PB1CB HA K ING POWDSH CO EDELWEJS Equal to any Imported Beer Made Delight ful Beautiful Try COS Edelweis Beer made from the Best Im ported Hops and the Finest Select Hop Malt to be had Warranted Pure and Old iii all Places W 1L   

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