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   Logansport Pharos (Newspaper) - June 30, 1890, Logansport, Indiana                                LOGANSPOET DAILY PHAEO8 16TK YEAR MONDAY EYENINO JUNE 30 1890 NO 53 JOHN BRAYS Corner On New Sun Umbrellas New Gauze Underwear New Biaek Lawns and Organdies New India Linens and Victoria Lawns A Full Stock in all other lines of Warm Weather Goods P SGoods received fresh overy day New Line Improved Onfolinc Stovus Line Nauril ins Stoves for Kurnmrr Lfce Lim of Refrigerators Ilanlsome SidclCiirils Fine Assortment Munllcs Unites and Cabinets Crerm Water Coolers IJiilli Tubs Also t General of Htovca and Hardware All kinds Tin find Slate linollng dene to order POSTER BAILEY No 110 Murkct Struct Next lo Krauts Iarbcr Shop Scidlib Will Cure Your Haadacho S RHRL7I1TS 12thSt Drue Store Pensions Pensions Now Tuw For All Soldiers Who dependent upon their own diily for rapport For Soldiers and Sailors widows For CliiMren under Hi yenrs of age For rhildrcn puriunncntly helpless nud for deptiidert rnrcuta Apply in person or by letter for iufor mntiou blanks nnd instructions to BORDDN Pension Agent Biliott Bloik Loga nsport Ind TinUnited Stntva AND LOAN ASSOCIATION Of Krtroi M ii IAVITAI In Kivo ciioli pur vnlm1 viz hiss No 1 per monthly piulnrnts Nt riiu priShari t No V paid for In mlvame No iMVestimMH MoiHv mi tlrsi mormniro unlv v full nmuiiut Kmn Mo premium liriliilril lTIC KOlNliATlOX Security Efonoray Profit Equity We t tilt wo in KVistfiKt vestor int llir EniiiiihU1 fur Murn iver uu In TALK IN THE HOUSE McComasi and Bland Make Things Very Lively A NOISY ABTO WBATHTUL DISPUTE OfllctTN ami IMrertors iresiiUHt HON A VM r UKNNKTT Stvretjvry N K Ttviisurtr Vvs V liruK rnmn Ntl Hunk JOHN M IWVKK K H HASSKKH ilcnrnil Asvrt H K HomeOrtir UuUr lUiiMinw S2 CriswciM Detroit U K H R HrTiKK Speur Sf JAMES J SHAFFREY M Airvnt ami tAHector MVuf ojtpnsitc itmrt liouso Unity Si m 1 p in Call or write tfur pnr FURNITURE PHICLS Tilt LOWEST IUP Designs but tiic Best Workmanship to Leave our Salesroom J ff Hoi PolnlH from tho Speeches for and Aenlnat the Klectlon In Op KatJraafte of Our Pwjmlu la Favor of the If eimepin Orrlored for Minneap Was Iono In Conjyrciis Sat Crop Report WASH tSGTOX CITY June opened the debate Saturday ia the house on the national election bil and for a time during his peech the house was a regular tnenaxorieat feuding time fornoise Bland twitted him for saying nothing when the power of locul government in tho District was taken awny which Blanrt interpreted iv dlHlYanehinIng the colored meri of the District There waa a great uproar for a time during which McComas could be heard ubove fhn din declaring that when thn Knntleman from Missouri stood on this door and affected an interest in giving to K or 10000 black voters of thn District nnd when he recalled the fact that thn Kinl Ionian during his long serv ice hern had raised his voice in bo half of the j000000 or 10000000 of poor and oppressed black men in this country he felt like saying In the language of tho Scriptures Thou hypocrite first cast the beam out of thine own eye Hot llotort Bland denounced McComas ns unwor thy of confidence and vehemently de clared that it was he and his colleagues who were the hypocrites In pretending for piirty purposes an unfelt Interest In the negro At this point the uproar became great thnt nothing could be heard save tne commingled shouts of the debaters and thu rapping of the speakers gavel When quiet was flually restored Cum mings of Now York spoko against the measure CummliKfl Jleferji to IVInBHiiuliiiHotts Cuminlngs said that when George S Boutwiill ran for congress tho manufact urers had posted notices that those failing to tsupport him would bs discharged Yet Massachusetts had purged herself of this blot without judicial interference ho be lieved Federal law would have pro longed the coolest for purity of elections Admitting that the charges against the south were true was she not us capable of purifying herself as Massachusetts Why apply the redhot iron to tho cicatrized sore But while election frauds were be ing talked about it should be remem bered that Republicanism was a synonym for fraud HcpiihUuilliM Charged witli Fraud They were guilty of frauds in 76 in Montana last year and in this house in this session in turning out elected mem bers Referring to lieecTa speech atPitts burg he said chat Reed felt that he wns required to rise above principle for the benefit of party Ho thinks it proper that tho blacks ought not to control their own local government but resorts the right of tho Republican party to hava vote in its favor at the national election He tol erates negro proscription for state pur poses and denies It when tho domination of hix party at stake HnmlurMon on Hemjilillls Speech Henderson of Iowa read from the speech of Heiuphill the passage declaring tho whites must cither rule or leave tho south and that they would not leave it Ho wanted no further proof than that declaration that the blacks of South Caro lina would not be allowed to exercise the rights guaranteed by the constitution This declaration meant delauce of the will of the majority and defiance of the constitution He felt warranted in saying that it was as dangerous us armed re bellion and he meant it The shotgun thy dagger was to protect the south from constitutionally enacted laws if they in terfered with Democratic political con trol A Hot niant at tho Democracy Under Gocl ho declared thai Grover Cleveland hnd no right to his seat iu tho White House and that the Democratic party had not bad an honest ninjority in tho house in twentyfive years He wanted to say that before he should con seut that a minority should govern a ma jorlty he would favor the protection of avory ballot by a killing bullet Ap plause Tho house had boon told that what was needed was not a now south but a now north They would get it The north had peacefully and patiently sub mitted to thin injustice The people of the north had seen their fellowcountrymen butchered on the altar of liberty Anew north was at hand which would enforce the law and the rights of every cilizen A Republican In Opposition The next speaker was a Republican Ewart of North Carolina and like hohl bach of New Jersey he was not in har mony with his fellow partisans He said ho was aware of the penalty he would ha vi to pay ior his opposition Unfortu nately politics had come to anon a pass thnt under tine rule of King Caucus men would vote for measures that deep down in thoir hearts they did not believe in They knew doop down iu tneir hearts that this was as diimnable and vicious a piece of legislation as over was put on the stat ute books As to the negroes political rights speaking for his own state he un hesitatingly asserted that no Republican In the state Mack or whito was prevented from casting his vote The elections there were nlwolutjly fair Ucpitblicnns He was sick and tired of the sentimental talk of the nigro problem There was no such problem It was a delusion to sup pose the negro was voting the Repub lican ticket solidly He was doing noth ing of the kind Many of them werevot ing ths Democratic ticket and it was get ting more and more difficult evary year for the Republican party to control the negro had no hesitation itt saying that not thrtu tenths of the negrous of the south would vote for the Republican party if an election wero held tomorrow As to the talk of no Hapublieans coming up here from the south why North Carolina sent an many Hjjpublioans here the great state of Indiana Laughter GroDiihalgu on flip Tan Wlnhloa Greenhalge of Massachusetts said the objections made to the bill were worthy of consideration They were interesting ij not original or instructive Some of them tvftomblpd Rip Van Winkle They had twenty but had not lite Hip He had yesterday listened to and ho dryly added I have now Hie Hubject of Rip Van Comparlxouii fire odious THE CONGRESSIONAL BRIIEF Conttnnoi the DIU Debate WASHitrnvotr CiTT Juno Sen ate Saturday to on the silver bill and committee was pointed Bill were passed Extending for a year the time for filing claims nnder he French spoliation act for public buildings at Muskegon Mich and Jacksonville His to re classify and fix salaries of railway clerks rating them at from 800 to per ear in seven classes to provide a penfilty or giving a fee to census enumerators or supervisors or for receiving the same A ill giving a pension of lyOO per year to he widow of Gen Crook was reported aa was the agricultural appropriation bill The conference report on the postoffice appropriation was agreed to and the sen ate adjourned The house adopted the conference re port on the postofflce bill Enloe wanted he record of the passage of private pen sion bills Friday night stricken from he record because as ho said they were subject to consideration la com mittee of tho whole Enloo was the only man who voted aye on the motion The conference report on the legislative bill was presented the house confiairrees reced on the subject of increase rf salaries of senate employes because the senate in sisted that they wore necessary but the house refused to adopt the report The debate on the election bill was resumed and con a p m when the house adjourned Cowt of the Heimepln Canal WASHINGTON CITY Juno secre tary of war has transmitted to the house the final report of Capt M L Marshall tho engineer officer in charge of the work upon the location plan and estimates of constructing the Hennepin canal The cost of the work with 10 per centadded for contingencies Is for the main lice 6fl2 and for the feeder line 11858388 mak ing a total of SO Marshall recom mends that to secure the full benefits to be derived from the canal the Illinois anft Michigan canal should be enlarged to the capacity of the government canal otherwise tho proposed canal will be sim ply local highway Ho strongly urges the building of the canal Good Weather for tho drops CITY June weather crop bulletin issued for the week ended Saturday says The weather dur ing the past week has been especially ta forablo for growing crops throughout the principal corn and wheat states the cen tral valleys and northwest Crop condi tions are reported as very promising in Dakota The harvesting of wheat ia in progress as far north as the fortysecond parallel and tho condition of the corn crop is generally reported as excellent Iowa reports a good yield of fall wheat with small acreage A KcCmuit for Minneapolis WASHINGTON CITY June su perintendent of the census has tele graphed Special Agent Boudiinot at Min neapolis recommending a recount of the five districts referred to in a telegram from that gentleman in which the latter said that five of the six enumerators who were arrested hnd joined in a petition which wns on its way to Washington ask ing for this recount IVe lluvo 04000000 Fouplo WASHINGTON CITV June tendent Porter in an interview states that the population of tho United States is 04000000 Tho complete official returns will all be in within thirty days The population of the United Stages by the census of 1880 was 501515783 NOTHING BUT A POCKET Tho Survey of thn Hill Farm Mino Seems a Very Poor One DuxiiAii Pa June detail of inspectors and diggers who entered the mine early Saturday morning prepared to battle with death in their effort to break tho barrier between them and the interior of tho Hill Farm minis have re porter that it wus a mere pockist that the drill had pushed into in advance of the digging They are not inside of the Hill Farm mine An entrance to the small cavern wns easily effected nothing how ever but solid walls of coal siurrounded them The rescuers aro visibly disheart ened but resolutely set to work digging into the solid coal They say that the maps of the mines are certainly wrong and that they can form no opinion where they are going They aro now thirtyfive feet beyond the property line mid should have been within the mino as many hours ago Connecticut ConKiis Returns HARTFORD Conn June from the census enumeration show that towns having in 1880 about one fifth of the population of Connecticut give an increase of nearly 175000 The state will therefore retain its full representation in congress and not lose oue representative as was re recentlv Botly of a Boautifni Girl Found WARSAW Ills June body of a beautiful girl aged about 13 of dark complexion and hair WHS found floating In the river at Alexandria Mo Satur day She is supposed to be Miss Dora Hunt of Fort Madison In who was drowned while bathing on Thursday last Jieath of a Fromliiont Mason NEW YORK June Roome one of the most prominent Masons in this country died at his residance fin this city yesterday aged 73 years He entered the Scottish rite and was invested with the Thirtythird degree in 1S72 by the supreme council of the nor them jurisdiction Sabbatarians Ralge a Kow LONDON June tremendous howl has been raised by the Sabbatarian ele ment over the order issued by lier majesty the queen that a band of muste play on Windsor terrace every Sunday and peti tions protestiuuc against suoti desecration of the Sabbath are in circulation GOT Hill rn Ronto to ALJIANY N Y June 31 Governor Hill left here yesterday afternoon for Indianap olis In the party were State Comptroller Weinple Gen Ferdinand P Earle Sheriff Daniel E Sickles of New York Mil itary Secretary Judson and Hon John XCcCall The ainrrlt Crime a Murder Mounts Ills June Decker whose skull was fractured by burglars Thursday morning died yesterday after noon after lying in an unconscious condi tion 109 hours When Mrs Stevens his aged mother who was also injured by the robbers heard the news of hi5 death it affected her deeply and all hope of her recovery has been abandoned SrOETINGAFFAIKS Jumps Made by Two Young Ketuckians A DOWWABD PLUlQE OP 185 FEET One of Them Severe tlie Other a itomeraanlt as He Goes Xown and Light on UU Feot l the Penatanlstlc Statlstlj elan on Base Ball Profits and Raclneg Great Knee Records lieaten CIXCISNATI June Kussell of Lndlow Ky and Jack Tyrrell of Green ville Ky jumped from the Chesapeake nd Ohio railroad bridge over the Katia wha at Charleston TV Va early Friday It was n match between them tor a purse the winner to make tha bet ter Jump and come out in better shape Chey weilked out on tltie pathway of the ridge until directly ibove the middle of the channel Tha water is 185 feet be ow Tyrrell was nntired in yellow and green tights while Bussella colors red and white The latter in addi tion had weights attached to his shoul ders and feet Tyrrell Makea ih Bad Jump Russell won tho toss decided to take second jump Tyrrell bounded over the rail and hung with hiis hands from the ion bar The referee gave the word and le dropped continuing erect until within a few feet of the water when he swerved and struck vrith his right side When he arose to the surface he was evidently in rouble He was unable to swim and jlood was flowing from mouth A Doat was near at hand and ha was quickly rowed in and restored to his senses Remarkable Perform of Rusnell Tyrrell had hardly struck the water be fore Russell was standing on the bridge guard waiting for the word At the sig nal he dived head first turning a somer sault in midair and iitriklag tha water squarely with the solus of his feet He went down like a flash but quickly reap peared and began to strike out vigorous ly for thu boat He was taken in and did not seem to be any the for his plunge When the shore was reached Tyrrell was unable to walk without as sistance He continued to have internal hemorrhage and grew worse fter being placed on the train It is thought that two or more of his ribs are broken A Soldier BCTFALO X Y June special dispatch to The Erpress from Pal myra NT says Col Joseph TV Corn ing postmaster and one of Palmyras most prominent men died yesterday agec T7 years He served with graat distinc tion in the late war and has been in Grand Army oiralea The paradise of railway must Lower Hungary where the conv ponies are planting hedges of 1 mile aisoer uncm mile Joe Blackburn 1116 miles l48f Louisa Forrest 1 mile NATIONAL GAME MATTERS Some FJgnreg on Proflt awl Xiutcat Scores in tlie Field CHICAGO June situation in bate ball matters brought about by the rivalry of the two big aggregations has developed a now mathematical expert he is the bane ball flnancers statistician and one of them has been at work figuring how the profit and lossi accounts stand He takes the period from April 19 to June 19 and calculates that one of tho combin ations has a very pretty deficit on hand already the League facing nearly in expenses that the turnstiles show no receipts against The Brotherhood ac cording to this authority isabout 121500 ahead League clubs which hVvo more than paid expenses are thosejof Philadel phia and Brooklyn onily wElhi Brother hood clubs in the samui are New York Boston Philadelphia Chi cago and Brooklyn The Chicago League club is put down for a deficit of J5305 Saturdays attendance was very discourag ing for the League the number being 6287 while tho Brotherhood had 10420 SI ami inn of the Uitae Hull Ciubs The positions of the clubs this morning was as follows Brothhuod won lost pr Boston Pbllaphlik Paid the Fine and Played thn G WASHINGTON CITT June progress of yesterdays base ball game be tween the Washington and Worcester cluba at the Gentlemens Driving park near Alexandria Va Sheriff Bsach of Alexander county accompanied by Justice of the Peace Drummond served warrants of arrest upon the managers and members of the two teams for playing base ball in violation of the Sunday law A trial which developed into a complete farce followed during which the specta tors unmercifully guyed the justice and the sheriff Each participant iu the game was fined and costs amounting to W which was promptly paid The game was then continued LITERALLY WIPED IT OUT Wild Wlnda Inflict lirvat Damages In a Section of Michljrnn DETROIT Mich June from various parts of the state indicate that the storm Saturday was unusually in the country A large section of the farming property of Portland and Orange Ionia county was literally wiped out A tenacre tract of hardwood timber owned by William Sayers wns demolished the trees being torn up by tho roots and twisted into various shapes Edward Hardwoods barn was set by light ning and three valuable horses killed but before it had a chance to burn the wind tore it apart and carried it away Stephen Drums residence was razed to the ground and Mr Drum and his family of live buried in the ruins All were more or less bruised but none killed Farm lines are entirely obliterated and crops ruined Reports of serious damage come from Quincy and elewhere but they can not be verified as the wires are down In this city much property was destroyed No loss of life however is reported any where SPEAKER MILLER DEAD ChlCdtro Now York Brooklyn Iittsburs ClevGUmcl Buffalo 31 J4 28 27 21 14 34 Lemma won Inst po Cincinnati 37 17 Brooklyn 33 31 PIlllBpllln 34 22 518 Boston a I 23 flftl f4 American won lost pc Athletic Rochester Louisville St Louis Columbus Toledo Syracuse Brooklyn RSI D37 431 407 CIllCMKO Naw rork 17 34 lit PUtsburu 13 4O 24 011 007 553 518 42S Western wou po Milwaukee 31 17 646 Mlnnepoili 31 19 28 22 28 31 26 26 Dos Molnca 22 30 R71 fS9 547 SKiux City Kansas City 0onver t Paul 553 510 431 412 270 Scores on Diamond Folio wing are the scores of the different nines At nati 12 New York 8 and Harrington Rusle and Buckley At 1 Boston 9 batter and Decker Nichols and Bennett At 5 Philadelphia 6 Zimmer Gleason and Clements At Chi 4 Brooklyn 8 Luby and Stanzel Canruthers and Daly Brotherhood At 4 Philadelphia 6 and Clarke Buffington and Milligan At a New York 4 bat Morris and Quinn ODay and Brown At 1 Brooklyn 10 and Bren nan Van Haltreu and Kinslow At Chi 8 Boston 6 batteries Baldwin and Farrell Radbourn and Kelly Western Saturday At City 11 Omaha 10 at Moines 5 Milwaukee 9 Sunday At Mil Moines 0 Milwaukee T at game Kansas City 11 Den ver S second game Kansas City 6 Den ver 3 at City 0 Omaha 11 at St 5 St Paul 4 TEN BROECKS GLORY DEPARTED His Time for a Mile No Longir tlie Beit Monarch CHICAGO June thousand ex cited howled allegiance to the new monarch of the turf at Washington park Saturday afternoon wnen Racine beat the famous Ten Broecks time for 1 mile and made the record liB9tf In the race Racine was an overwhelming favor ite at prohibitive odds When the flag fell Churchill Clark in the lead bnt Racine flew past him at once and led by length ait the quarter where Almont wai second find Jed third The oa Stretch There was little change in tne order of running until the home stretch was turned when Racine two lengths IB front and galloping ejuty with tha except Gymnast nnd Marion C hnpeleaalr beaten When the grand stand waa reached Marion C by a terrific of speed began gaining but Narvioe the Mexican riding Racine had only ta loosen the rein Then the great oolt quickly regained his lead and dached under the wire a winner and untouched by spur or whip Another Trlwraph for Waa Another record was broken in the Oak wood handicap in whioh Teuton ran 9 furlongs in making the mile in From thfl atart the favorite Tea ton iruB a Inngth in front Reaching the straight BantM moved up with Santi ago but tha lattar won tirvd Los An geles then began to close the gap between her arid the leader bnt the distance was too abort and Teuton won by a aoanty half length The other racea w The Chairman of tlie Illinois Houte Called to 111Internal Boat SrntxoFrELD Ills June great surprise is the announcement of tho death at Manitou Colo Friday of the Hon James II Miller of Stark county Ills speaker of the house ot representatives of this stnte Mr Miller leaves a wife and threj children but the only one with him at his death was his ISyearold son Mr Miller although a leader in tlie Illinois general assembly for many years has not been iu good health Cor two or three ses sions and a few months ago he had a spell of la grippe He went to Colorado for the benefit of his health and confidently expected to be back and preside at the special session of the legislature He had been a member of fuor assemblies and was a prominent constitutional lawyer probably the best in the house As the leader of the Republican side of the house he had many political enemies but no man commanded agrenter personal friend ship and deeper respect among the Demo cratic members than Miller of Stark AN EXECUTION IN BULGARIA TUo Conspirator PnnUza Duly Shot to lcatli jVonr Soflti SOFIA June Panitza who was eonTpUited of complicity in the military conspiracy against Prince Ferdinand and who was sentenced to death AVOS shot Sat urday morning in the camp near Sofia All the officers of the army present and witnessed the execution Four regi ments ofinfantry and a battery of artil lery formed a hollow square surrounding the condemned Panitza was not allowed to wear his uniform He was calm and ore himself courageously He blind olded himself and signalled his readiness or the end He fell pierced by twentyone jullets Fatnl Accident on the MUnouri Pacific NEVADA Mo June Missouri Pacific passenger train was wrecked five miles from here Saturday and two per Samuel Jones and a child of H Marvin both of Kansas hurt while twentyseven otiiLTS were more or less seriously injured Those worst hurt were Dr J T Bills Gus ArtlifFo T H Smith A B Wivker lie Misses Hodie and Puttie Mountjoy Mrs K B Kay Deerlield W H Marvin and Minnie McFarlaud all frum Missouri points llint Voto the KitPresident K Y June the case of George 13 1lielps vs Clarence Venner n which Grover Cleveland was referee and whose decision awarded Phelps J32 Judge Coxes decision does not set aside the decision of the referee as re ported but reduces the amount to and orders that if the plaintiff does not submit to tlie reduction the report be va cated PoUonmit Picnic Lemunale WICHITA Kan June hun dred people were poisoned at a picnic Sat urday by drinking lemonade Three children who partook of the beverage have died and others are not expected to live A chemical analysis of the lemon ade has bean made but it is said that the man who supplied it used chemical ncids mid made a mistake in his drugs A Tub to the French W hale June Paris Sollel states that Lord Salisbury has informed M French ambassador to England that England will not oppose he annexation of Syria by France CREAM LARGE VARIETY THE RELIABLE FLANNEL SACK COAT OTHER STYLES FLANNEL SHIRTS AND COATS SPRING SUITS In Great Varieties Made to Order Elegant pop M Spring MADE TO ORDER HARRY G TUCKER The Pearl Street Taillor ROBERT KREUZBERGER LOGANiSPORT IND Wholesale Dealer and Importer of Wm and Liprs The undersigned begs to advise his friends and patrons that he lemoved 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 Wines and Liquors has been increased of late and it will give me great pleasure to show my friends and patrons the vast Salerooms and Capacious Cellars which I dare say are sec ond to none wichin 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 KR0QZI3SRC3SR WHITSEIXTS Domestic Office The People of Cass county know all about theTomestl 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 Seving Machines ever made That Whltsetts Sewing Machine Oil is Perfection The Domestic office is bragged on by everybody 529 Broadway the Old Stand 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 Work will be Maintained Thanking you for past favors 1 Remain Yours Truly JACOB L CASTOR IA for Infants and Children wen adapted to children that I Caetorla fnrrei t recommend It aaauperior to aor prescription I SSS Btomncn p 111 Bo Oxford 84 Brooklyn N 7 WltfoSiij Tax CraTitni 7T Murray Street S EDELWE1S Equal to any Imported Beer Made Delight ful Beautiful Try Its superior eiceuence proven im milJJoru of homes for mure thane quartercf a century It is by tlie United States Government Bn doraed Iff tlie beads of the great Univenltiea ms the Strongest Purest and moot Healthful Dr Pricew Croim BakJnjr Powder not contain Am Monia Lime or Alum Sold oolr in PK1CB BAK1XO POWD8KCU New Toirk Chicago Mi LouU 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 V M   

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