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   Logansport Pharos (Newspaper) - July 1, 1890, Logansport, Indiana                                LOGANSPQBT DAILY 16TH YEAE JULY 1 1890 30 54 JOHN GRAYS Corner On New Sun Umbrellas New Gauze Underwear New Black Lawns and Organdies New India fcinens and Victoria Lawns A Ful Stock in all other lines of Warm Goods P received fresh evory clay Cafe Seidlitz Powders Will Cure Your Htsaciacho S ORNTS FEDERALCONTBOL General Debate on the Election Bill Ended BURROWS CLOSES THE LONG TALKS ColiMtiiin nf Louisiana Declares the Ijills to Get the Tlironsh on Ktalemiiit of tin Status uf fioine from the Iaivlers tutest Adjournment Jlefore August WASHINGTON CITV July general debate on the federal election bill was brought to a close in the house yostirday Herbert of Alabama opened the fight and referring to the reconstruction period said that theresult had boon that the negro had been taught to distrust the southern white man and during that period tho southern states had been representd in congress by Republicans Now they were represented by Democrats and hencu the necessity for a national election law If the south were allowed to work out tho 12thSt Druec Store P r New IVnsion sundry civil fe They Stood In 1888 T n request by Dockery iannon sWted triat the following was the condition rf the appropriation bills June JO 18S8 nuer Democratic rule in the jf In the hands o the president academy peniiions in diplomatic dis tnctftf Columbia legislative postofnce nendto8ln tne senate army river and P jjpyj pending in senate committee sundry civil not reported to the deficiency EXTRAORDINARY SURGERY PROPRIATIONS EXTENDED SEETHING FLAMES Five Acres of Fire Destroys an Oil Refinery AJTD SOAJBTS THBEE TOOTHS ALIVE Bemurknblle Origin of Let Loose Quickly Ignites Explosion and a Boys In lite Flamei unit A Kew Yoit Doctor OiafU from One Animal to Another XEW YORK July W Oilman Thompson professor of physiology in the New York university and visiting physi cian to the Presbyterian and New York hospitals has recently succeeded in graft ing the brain of one animal upon that of another His success opens the question of the possibility of the grafting of brains of human beings Dr Thompson cut open the skulls of two large dogs and POP All Soldiers Who ire dependent upon their own ilnily labor for support For Soldi ITS ami Sailors willows For Oiiiilrcn under 10 years of age For chililron permanently helpless ami for ilopcmliU parents Apply in ncrson or by letter for infor mation liluiks anil instructions to fail would GORDON Pension Agent Kiliott UliU Uifjatiaport hid BEflL ESTATE sali 1i resiilincea on Uroadwav IU residences on Speur street For sale resiiknccs en North street For sale residences on Market street For sale residences on Ninth ami Eleventh streets For fall residences on Chippcwa and Miami struelB For saic resiliences on loledo and Hsu1 streets For sai lots in all parts of the rilv jiinl located in desirable pliicM for builtl ain lots on Sycn 111 For sale nl a more street To trade farms for cily property Tn trmle stocks of dry foi farms To trace a desirable residence with two orclsinls To trade six lots nt Fmncisville Inc for dly properly or for a good farm will pnv i ifterenre Wmtil lola to sell in all pails of the problemn for itself the time would comff when the neigro being educated as the white maryvas would be able to take of himself as n nixpayer and cituea This bill would have the effect of arraying race against race again in tlie south Honk Quotes Springer Houk of Tennessee said that it had been his conviction sinoii his earliest tho constitution that it was a paiaAqJ0 loavo to the status tho control of thoilac tlon of national officers He qmted from a report made by Springer in OL fonSesteil election case in which he claimed Springer laid down tlie exact punt ijtoin volved In the pending bills That of every state of the Unirn should roafcrm to the law of tho land The objecSfpn to tho bill wns not that tho colored raM was black but that ho voted a Republican ticket Another Republican Coleman of Louisiana said that Be was i republican both from convictioni and from principle H southern man of tmtli oiliicntioii and association nmal to the enactment oE the federal elec tion law nt this time and notwiwct n1 ing thu fact that the promotert0t this measure aimed to secure the dcsul Bratum of a free ballot and n feft count ho did not think that this proper time to make this political espmiraent He was as certain that troublesa1 blood shod would follow the enactment of the legislation and that tho law would in its purpose as he was that lie vv vote against it in this house An Kaponitlvo Folltlc it Bin 1 A federal election law would bo in ex pensive political blundci th public money could bo used to gruter antage in paying the honest chums cf thi people of the south in deposi tors of the Fieedmens Savinand Irnst company in constrnctm foveps on tho Mississippi rivur and inedncitmg tho children of tho south blank as well as white Pass n federal election law and the men now ready to separate from tlie Democratic party would get hack into whut they ttM mans party rather than supremacy Iliriows fhvses tJjff Ftnley of KentiickvTPaddill of Vir and oE Illinois spokn in n vorofthe bill and Tttrticr of Georgia Tracy of New York pothwaite oC Ohio and Chipnmn of Michigiji opposed it anc then Burrows of Miclitaan rose to make final speech of thci genernl debate He said that when thepopular von wns tarn pereil with reprcsetitaUro gavemniont ex isted but in namafjf there wns nny thins in the bill tlmt overstepped the of tie constitution let it be stricken git hut lot all stand together In njBntainiiiK a free bal lot nnd honest counfcjLs the only tafety of the republic He Id forgiven man who in the hour ofjjiassion or iu the hour of revolution the llajf but that man who ballot box where reposed the latesffliorn otYsprinsj tlie sovereign will aiuftook its lifo was an assassin Ho watjfed to posit a measure which would profalm to the people that at last made true the martyred Lincoln vernment the pco md for the people MONTH ENDED JIns to Provide for Failure to Provide Money Crrr July senate y attain postponed the eulogies on S S Cox because of the absence There was some tilk about in business and JCorrlll said call up the tariff bill at the earl opportunity but would not interfere li appropriation bills The ngricul 1 bill was pased after amendments Appropriating for sorghum sugar culture find for investigating the iabits of insects had been agreed to The Idaho admission bill was then taken up and Cullom advocated its pasisage The b 11 wns then laid aside and nhe house ioiut resolution continuing the annual ap noprintlons for thirty days where appro priation bills have not been jlnssed wns jgrced to The senate adjourned n the house Dickerson successor to Carlisle presented his credentials and took his seat The debate on the election bill was resumed and general debate closed Burrongh of Michigan making the closing speech Consideration of the bill was then suspended and a joint resolution extending the appropriations for thirty days to provide for the failure of appro priations to pass in time WHS adopted The election bill was again taken up and Lehlljaek offered an amendment to make the law as he said uniform all over the country Before a vote was taken the house took recess to 8 p m At the night session tho time up to adjournment at was taken up with speeclies for and gainst the bill IT WILL PASS IN THE SENATE Tells tlio JIoiisc to llont the ISloction Iiiw sGTOif Crrv July If you lont want the national election bill to be come a law yon must bent It In the house was the word Senator Ransom of North Carolina and his colleagues sent to the Democrats in the lower branch of congress And he added this information There is not a Republican senator who wil speak or vote against This message was sent in verbal form after the Democrats in the senate had made sufficient inquiry to lead them to believe that their proposition to hasten adjournment by the speedy con sideration of all other general measures if the election bill was not taken up at thia session would be rejected Why Kwart la In Opposition For a while it looked as though there would ba quite a nnmbor of southern Re publicans in the house who would vote against the election bill but debate thus far has demonstrated that there will be no Republican votes against it from general principles TCwart of Noitlv Carolina it is said opposes the bill not because he thinks it unwisa in any respect but be cause ho regards it as an administration measure and he imagines himself out of joint with tlio administration LiMvliT Is oil Tjvmy WASIHSCTOS CITY July Law lor meditating at the seaside thinks he notices a tendency toward livery that he does not like in the republic and he is preparing a bill which he intends to intro duce in congress for the purpose of coun teracting the tendency His purpose is absolutely to prohibit the wearing of liv ery in the United States Coachmen and the servants of private individuals will not KoBBteil Running JTntnlly IScorched Two Others Serl oouly So LOUISVILLE July remarkable fire broke out in the Standard Oil refinery at Fifth and C streets yesterday morning at oclock and in a short time five acres of flame was licking up the valuable prop erty The refinery is on the east side of the Louisville and Naithvilie railroad track but the tanks are scattered along it on both sides On last Saturday a tank of crude oil came in on a flat car from Cleveland and it was to be turned into the reflnery vats Some of the workmen thought the iron tank too Iiot for such a thing to be done with safety After consultation it was postponed in the hope that the weather would by Monday grow cooler It did not prove so how ever and it became necessary to run the oil out of the cartank into another one in the yard Lot Loose a Volume of Gas Inspector Skene took John Pettigo and another workman whose name could not be learned with him and they climbed on the car They mounted the manhead and were about to unscrew the cap when they felt that there was a tremendous pressure from the inside against it At first they decided not to open it but they finally changed their minds and did so In an instant there was a dull puff as the vapor escaped filling the air all around Blown the Tank to Pieces The gas as is known is heavier thanthe air and it sank to the ground spreading out all over the locality and moving with the wind Almost in a twinkling it reached one cf the sheds under which there was a fire There was a flash as the inflamma ble vapor ignited and immediately after there was a tvemeudous explosion The tank was blown to pieces and the hun dreds of gallons of burning oil were scat tered all over the great works Rapid Spread of the Fire A wall of fire 300 feethigh and nearly 500 feet long moved with lightning rap idity to the other buildings In less time than it takss to relate it the canning house filled with thousands of gallons o canned oil the cooper shop cnrpente shop pump and engine houses the flllinj and lubricating houses the Storage houses the paint and glue houses and UOO feet o platform were all ablaze and burned furi ously Caught In the Seething Flames At the first intimation of the existenc of the fire all the men who could starte to run Johnny Kline however stumble and fell and his clothes caught fire Th men bravely returned to ills assistance but the fire that enveloped bim could no be extinguished until he hadUoun frig fully burned Three little boys Daniel ONcil Andrew and John McDonald were walking along the railroad track when the explosion oc curred They wore slightly to the east of the tank and the wind blew the blazo di rectly down upon them Horrible Jluce with Dciith Shrieking with pain they impulsively jumped backward and into the clear space on the western side of the track Their clothes were 011 fire and they ran down the track with the bright blazes streaming after them As soon as the bystanders re covered from the horrified shock occa sioned by their awful condition they pur sued the three boys Covering them with Interchanged pieces of the brain tissue of each On the third day both dogs were killed and the transplanted pieces of brain tissue looked normal and in each ease were firmly knitted together The next experiment was with a cat und R dog Three days Inter the cat was killed transplanted dogs brain was found where had been placed firmly adherring to the ts brain Gave a Some Cats Hraln He next procured a mongrel dog opened s sk ull over the left lobe of the brain id through the opening removed a small irtion of brain jissue A cat was sim tnneously operated upon in the same annor and the brain tissue of the cat nd dog were interchanged The open igs were closed and treated The dog lade a good recovery from the oflgration though ho was feeble for a few days ubseqnently he appeared normal in every except the of vision He was illed nt the end of seven weeks when the iece of transplanted cats brain was oiinft firmly adhered to the dogs brain the pin mater intact LARGE VARIETY FLANNEL SHIRTS AND THE RELIABLE FLANNEL SACK COAT OTHER dflft STYLES COATS SPRINGSUITS Elegant CESSION OF HELIGOLAND A Liberal loril Wants to Know You Know and Sallubnry Him LONDON July the house of lords ast night Roseberry asked whether the ovcrnmcmt would assist the inhabitants 3f Heligoland desiring to remain British subjects to settle in other parts of Great Britaiu and also whether Germanys right o fortify the island was restricted The of English territory ho declared ivas contrary to English usage cries of and he hoped the government would carefully consider the wishes of the people inhabiting such territory Tho lremier8 lleply Salisbury replied that he was not aware that Goschen chancellor of the exchequer was in possession of funds that could be used to settle the islanders in other parts of the empire He did not think such a measure would be in conformity with the wishes of the people Heligoland Ev 7 security had been taken to protect their interests The government had done its best to ascertain the wishes of the islanders although it is not taken a plebis cite The government had not suggested In Great Varieties Made to Order por Spring MADE TO ORDER HARRY G TUCKER The Pearl Street TaiHor any limit to Germanys the island right to fortify ROBERT KREUZBERGER bOGANSPORT IND Wholesale Dealer aod Importer ol Wiocs and Liquors building the government J the docliuatlim i that this pie by the peopg THE GENS For particulars write or enquire of M M GORDON No n nml Heal Estate Agent Room Klliott TIock Lognnsport Ind The United States BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION WASH xrTOi Of Detroit Mkh In OAlMTAU SMOWOOO mr value viz inxymiMvts No l sin paid fur In advance wirs iTCciv illtlliclcll HI It tOrXli Security Economy 1rolit Iliat vcinvsint Ilir iiMist Kjtlialile tiiue lictli for Uin1 wer iml ln VVil Vlsiii ifiior anil IHroclors Ilvilenr Hiis A lliWKl WM SiHritarv N K KUXMK Trfisimr A Until InionN M Hans llMS M OWYKB II HASSlEl CiMierul Autlit K WoiimioitfK llimic llitt T liuililinir W iriswalil it SpttiiiiTlVt Apt 11F liUTlKK SI JAMES J SHAFFREV Ounty Asrunt iiml Oilier court IWiiHi open itnilv s i in to I p in Call or write lor tieflars FURNJTURE iortor Congratulated by ussor AViillcer CITY July tho period forjtaking tho census ended By a t was also the birthday Porter Among other pleasant inciilnts of tho day was a letter of congrntulfiion from Professor Francis A Walker tie superintendent of the last census Hefexpressod tho opinion that the census ml closed was a great success Mr Porter Jiys that information received from alt potions of the country indicates that thowrkhas been going along nad that there kis boon no serious hitch Nlnly Icr Cent Completed Mr Porfr estimated that cf the 43000 euumenitfn districts into which the country if lividod 90 per cent have been completes The returns are not yet in even of tfc cities and towns where the king practically was ended the no Rut they are retained by Isors so as to necessary and whon fully completed are e census office where the rough n progress me Jflgrnres from the West Approximate figures from a number of cities and towns are as follows 1 IHinoiifiloomlngton 20000 Cairo 14 000 ijrntur 18000 Galesburg i Quin J SI 230 Springfield sitiuCKX Indiana i CnuHordsville 7000 Evansville 51000 j Indufnpolis 110000 Madison MOO Riehlond 15500 Torre Haute 32 10000 Bat I tie Ircvk 15500 Grand Rapids 66000 Uinlns 13500 Saginaw 50000 AViscon City 82200 Enu Claire 21500 ossc S200P Madison 14000 Milwau Oshkosh 20000 Racine 28 Sheboygim 18000 Council Bluffs 21400 Daveufiorfc DCS Moines Keoknk 14000 City 33000 be permitted any longer to make English flunkies of themselves by wearing the distinctive livery of their employers Adjournment Rests with the Senate WASHINGTON CITT July on the subject of adjournment Speaker Reed said yesterday The question rests entirely with the senate For the first time in many years the huse is ahead of the senate with the public business We over on this side could wind up the ses sion next week but of course we shall not be able to do so Nearly all senators agree in thinking that adjournment can not take place before August cetlHUS 18th of the clmvgeil sent to I count Ijji PRICbS TlIK LOWEST Uuum Wants Nearly Million WASIIINHTON CITY July speaker laid before the house yesterday n letter from tho secretary of the treasury trans mitting n letter from tho commissioner of pensions requesting an appropriation of forndditional clerical force which he says will be nocessnry for the prompt execution of the dependent pension bill A Busted laie ISall Clulb WAsniNCTOX CITV July Wash ton base ball club yesterday by its direct ors made an assignment to A W Cole man for the benefit of its creditors The as sets of the club are practically nothing while its liabilities foot up 833000 The salaries of the players have not been paid since the first week in June The Decrease in tlie Debt WAsnixuTox CITY July is esti mated at the treasury department that the monthly statement for June willshow a decrease in the public debt of more than 1S000000 1nlr Matters CHICAGO yesterdays meet ing of the national commissioners of the Worlds fair n motion to create two man aging officials was voted down snd the action of Saturday in favor of n single director general confirmed A proposal was received from George M Pullman offering a site for the fair neai Pullman containing 040 acres but the commission ers decided that they could receive site proposals only from the local association The commissioners provided for the ap pointment of an executive committee of twentysix and for seventeen other stand coats they soon extinguished the flames and laid them under a tree near by When an attempt was made to remove ONeils clothes great pieces of his flesh peeled off his face and body at the slightest touch He was conscious and never uttered a cry The List of Casualties The following is a list of the casualties Andrew McDonald aged 13 badly burned about the breast and recover John McDonald aged 14 literally roasted alive can live but a short time Dan ONeil aged 12 burned almost to n crisp and will die John Kline nged 32 fright fully burned all over the body and cant recover Severen Skene aged 41 terribly bnrned but will recover J S Pettigo aged 45 badly though not fatally burned about the head and breast Andrew Yon kcrs aged 18 slightly burned The money loss will be between 130000 and Met a Horrible Death PITTSBURG Pa July Fo garty a boiler tender at the Linden Steel works met with a horrible death yester day He was standing upon a ladder making a connection with a steam pipe when a faulty steam valve burst in front of him He was struck on the neck by the valve and escaping steam and blown about fifty feet He wns dead when picked up His head was almost severed from the body He was 40 years of age and leaves a widow with seven helpless children Their Mangled Found MABTIXSBUHG W Va July Sunday night Israel Beiff a well known distiller accompanied by James Anheney a farmer left this place to drive home Several hours later the mangled bodies of both were fonnd at the foot of a high em bankment It is believed that they were thrown from their carriage and killed in a runaway accident Failure of a loulsTllle Firm LOUISVILLLE July Ben singer furnitnre and carpets failed Mon day It was one of the best known homes in Louisville being established twenty five years Aas3ets unknown There were two houses in this city and wveral branches in the state TROUBLE ABOUT A PRIEST The Irish Troubled Because There Is No Priest In Derry JTall LONDON July feeling exists in Ireland over the fact that there is no Ro man Catholic chaplain in Deri y jail The Kov Dr ODoherty the former chaplain was dismissed from hisomce it is claimed becnuscd he refused to attend an inquiry held for the purpose of eliciting facts in relation to tho National league the rea son of his refusal being that such ques tions ought not to Ire addressed to him as a Roman Catholic clergyman The Government Tliousht Differently The government assumed that tho ques tion did not involve any such violationand did not come within the scope of priestly exemption and removed Dr ODoherty from his chapkiinship The vacar capitu lar of the diocese upheld Dr ODoherty and has declined to appoint any chaplain in his place Consequently the Roman Catholic prisoners in the jail have been without the consolations of religion for several months Ualfour claims to have minimized theevil as far as possible by sending the Roman Catholic prisoners to other jails THE STRIKE AT EAST ST LOUIS Seals Have to Work Under tlie Protec tion of Armeil Men ST LOTUS July of the freight handlers who returned to work in East St Louis have been again induced to quit They will hold outfor the increase to originally demanded All the plat forms are employing small forces of scabs who have been warned to quit work The agents of the ten lines involved in the strikn are becoming thoroughly alarmed Application wns made to Chief of Police Walsh for additional protection Making Ineondiary Speeches lie detailed a squad of officers to guard the yards but they were deemed insuffi cient Yesterday the superintendents united and through n private detective agency in this city seem ed a large force of armed guards and detectives who are on duty in the freight houses At their secret meetings the strikers have made a great many incendiary speeches and it is fearfrd that an attempt will be marie to fire some of the freight houses on the east side Will Disfranchise tlie Ulaclu NEW ORLEANS July has been reached in the lottery fight The house bill is to be passed in the form of a constitutional amendment to be voted on at the next state election in 1892 but primary election is to be held before that time at which only whites shall vote on the question of accepting or rejecting the lottery proposition If the vote is against the lottery the company will withdraw its offer and leave the state when its charter expires Block corner Ma ketand ilrcl street ivow iartri miK ui 1110 Choicest Domestic and Imported WineTandTiquoVs has been increased of late and It will give me creat pleasure to show my friends and patrons the vast Salerooms and Capacious Cellars which 1 dare say are sec ond to none wkhln the radius of hundreds at miles Than king 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 orders to the fullest satisfaction Very Respectfully Yours Domestic Office The People of Cass county know all about The people know wo 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 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 HEIRZ CONDITION OF BUSiNESS Ap DPS ifin E W Xiue but the Best Workmanship to Leave our Salesroom A Showing tHe Status of I iroiriatlons in 1888 and 1S90 WlsiusGTOX CITT July con siderjaiou of tho national election bill was j ia the house yesterday in order to enable tlmt body to pass a joint resolu i tlon piividing for the support of the gov eminent iu cases where action on appro 1 priatial bills has not yet been had In i moving the resolution Cannon made a 13tatenitat of the status of tho appropria tion hilffl ss follows In the hands of the president military academy i navy pension and postoffice agreed on in of Columbia in con I ferencetliploinatic and consular fortifl cation legislative passed senate yeater i pending iu river andl hnrbor Indian in swwiate armm Fast Home Chicago CHICAGO Jnly winning horses at Washington Park course At the meeting of the city councU last were Inez 1 mile Hindoo Lass 1 night the report of the council committee on site in favor of the Lake Front was de ferred TVomack Is Klght To Tirroth CHICAGO Jnly H Womack is mad He was selling a quilting attach ment and patent hairpin away down in Fanon county Tex when two men placed revolvers against his bead hand cuffed him and placed him on the first train for Chicago where he brought nnder the idea that he was the longlost Tascott He was not Tascott however and the outrage is apparent when it is known that he is stranded in this city that his arrest was authorized by nobody and that he Jias no redress Jtrs Burnett Is said to liave mada a million of dollars by lier literary wort mile Orderly mile Hypo crite 1 miles Bimini Imile Workmate 1 mile Hamlot miles Gen 111 EXETER N H Jnly Gen Oilman Harstonthe disUngniahed lawyer and war suffered a stroks of apoptoxj Saturday and is Iviug in an unconscious condition doubts are entertained oi recovery He was TO years old last August TTKO SPBTSOFIELD Ills Jaly 1 William Eestor and Leiph Ottie Fisher of Dan ville heretofore conricted of making and passing counterfeit coin were yesterday sentenced by the United States court to tbe penitentiary the former for one year tlie latter for eighteen PF CES CREAM for Infants and Children Cvterlm dims Colte Sour Stomach Uiarrhosa Killa Worms ileep M CMtvrlB is o tnH to children I recommend it u to any prescription ilome HA 111 Bo Oxford St Brooklyn ST i Wrtboul iiijorioui TflK COKMHT T7 MumiTStreet X n millioMof homes Tor miore than a quarterof a oenturjrlt a used by tie United States G York Coicaijo EDELWE1S Ecraal to any Imported Beer Made Delight ful Beautiful Try BREWING COT Edelweis Beer made 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