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   Logansport Pharos (Newspaper) - July 5, 1890, Logansport, Indiana                                LOGANSPOBT DAILY PHABO8 16TH YEAB FRIDAY EVENING JULY 5 1890 NO 57 JOHN GRAYS Corner On Hew few Gauze Underwear flew Black Lawns and Organdies New India Linens and Victoria Lawns A Full Stockin ali other lines of Warm Weather Goods OUB NATAL DAY Its Celebration Very Quiat but Very General SOME OF THE NOTABLE INCIDENTS P everyday received fresh Will Cure Your Headache 0 AT 12thSt Drue Store BEflL ESTATE For sale 12 residnces on Uroadwav For sale 10 residences oa For sale i residences n North street lor sale J resiliences on Market street For sale resicloucwi on Ninth and Eleventh streets For sale residences on CJjippcwa and Miami streets For sale residences on Toledo and Race streets For salelots in nil parts of the and located ia desirable places for build For sale at a bargain lots on Sycs raore street To trade farms for city property To tradestocks of dry goods fot farms To trade f desirable residence with two orchards To trade six lotsyJrancisville Ind for cily property or farm wil pay ttiadifference Wanted lots to sell in all of tbe For particulars write or of M M GORDON Pension nnd licul Estate Agent Room No 3 Elliott Block uVev Pension Law POP All Soldiers Who are dependent upon own dully labor for support For Soldiers and Sailors widows For Children under 10 years of age For children permanently helpless and for dependent parents Apply in person or by letter for infor mation blanks and instructions to BORDDN JPenslon Agent Eliotl Block Lognnsport Ind Tlic United States BUILDING AND LOAN ASSMHATlOfl Of Detroit Mich JCAV1TAIJ2SOOOOW In Ilvo Classes of each value viz Clnss ND I SIOO per Share monthly payments NIL 2 so No t Shims for in advance No 5 Investment Sbares Mtuuy liwiHil on tlrai nmrtjnuro security only Ifairmwors receive fill iiiuoiint of kiiin No prvmhnti iliHiucHtl Tatntnuiiy LUtenn to a BakeDown of Revil by Horace Porter the Man Who Fights for CoinmcmlaMe Sew Depart ure at tho National Glory Iloats from the Day at Home and Abroad CHICAGO July celebration of the Fourth of July was what may bo called general That Is there were no special features anywhere in the country but the people took a day off and enjoyed them selves as they chose It this city that was the caHe The parks were full of picnic ers all day while other thousands took their boskets to tbe country on the vari ous excursion trains Business was gen arally suspended and at night the city was brilliant with private displays of fire works and illuminated with Chinese lan terns while tho glow of red green and blue flre lit up the night at frequent in tervals both of time and distance The weather was delightfully de lightfully so in the wind blew half a gale effectually preventing the numerous lake excursions which had been advertised The Day New York Al Vew York the same style of observ ance obtained as to tho populace and at tho numerous clubs patriotic speeches and music were the attractions for the mem bers Tammany held itu usual love feast which as is always the case was of a par tisan character Letters were rend from Grover Cleveland andothera and speeches were made by prominent Democrats Among thc3 speakers was Representative Byniirn of Indiana and his remarks were fierce attack on Speaker Reed who he declared had trampled on the rights of the people overridden tlie constitution and robbeu constituencies of their repre sentation etv GfeorgeB McClellan son of the distinguished general read the ofIndependence The Army of the To toinac AtPortland Me the lay was observed by the Societyof the Army of tho Poto mac UMS addresses inculcating patrjptism exclusively Horace Porter jnade tho principal nfalfGPB and jtleanen for greater who risked their lives for their county he wondered whether the youth isi fhjs gen eration have tlie same high regard tof the veterans of the war of the rebellion as had when a boy for the revolutionary heroes Ho thought that the soldier fight ing for hiJ country dwelt in the higher regions of life bin soul being wrought up to the highest point of unselfish energy and bravery Lines to the Blue and the Gray Ho closed with the following impromptu lines Hull to the Blue and tho Gray Win Btitl remain United arc they today Firm friimds again fiier might na brave men fight rVVUh conscience clear JnuKUt him in the right Nor di tiietl of fual1 Fill to the tlie Gray Heres all Eiist friends limwejfril I nie tlioy etivbefiiH TUti AVootlntock Celeirvtion gave his Siiisiijal cele bnitiott at his country seat near Wood stock Cvnff He added a new featuroby n large number of Sunday Connecticut Massa chusetts Bti4 Syiqdj ifiland who were ad dressed by fijay geprgs M Boynton Among the speakers Hawley and all the speeches aorder OUR FLAG WAS THERE f For First Time on tho lonrtli It Mboatert Over the Capitol WASH ISGSTON CITY Jxily Fourth was celebrated here in the usual oldfash ioned way Department buildings and public offices were all closed and business in the city was quite generally suspended The Oldest Inhabitants association ob served its timehonored custom of as sembling and listening to tho reading of the Declaration of Independence and a pa triotic oration A Welcome Innovation One feature was new For the first time the national colors floated in honor of lucteptmdeuco Day over the dome of theCajiitoi Flags are hoisted over the senate aul house wings of tho Capitol only when congress is in actual session on the Fourth the fojoij having seldom been seen floating on and then only as an indication house was iu session As tho result however of by ArchitectClarkfpiv im mense llugsifloated gracefully north southeastand west of the liberty on the top of the dome of the jgrent building OtU RiVXDATlOX Security Economy Profit Equity know that wo present tlie mobfc EnniMx Plan In KxisIoniO lor Borrower and In vestor Officers and IMrectors President HON A HOWKII VicerrfsWont WM c HENNETT Secretary N K UiuniK Trctisuror IliCs A BlHK Union N t t Bank iiinvtors JIHN M DWTKII H HASSIEK ilcnoral Airent B E NVOODHOUSK Home Offiw Iluildinir S OriswaUl St K Afft B F 1UT1EB 14ft Spear St JAMES J SHAFFREY ruunty Asrcnt ami Collector OBta ojipisite court house Olllcc open Jaily S n lu to 4 p m Call or write fdr pnr iionlars FURNITURE THE OBSERVANCE ABROAD PRICKS THE LOWEST Our Designs None but the Best Workmanship Allowed to Leave our Salesroom Xou4loii Bright with tho Colors of OW Celebration LONDON July anniversary of American independence vras celebrated by Americans in London with the usual en thusiasm Mr W H White first sore of the United States legation cnter tsined a number of American guests at dinner where the customary patriotic and speeches were indulged in Cul XSourauds Edison house in the west end was literally covered with Amefi can and English flags and the stars and stripes flew from many other houses in various parts of the city from sunrise to sunset Patrlotium by Phonograph The feature of Col Gourauds cele bration of the day was a phonograph re ception at vrhicb there were a large num ber of guests mostly Americans The programme consisted of phonographic recitations including tho Declaration of Independence from President Hanlson Gen Sherman Postmaster Gen eral Wanamaker Senator Evarts and others and musical selections comprising the national airs of America Dispatches fiom Paris Berlin and Vienna state that tlie day was observed at the respective American legations in the usual manner Big Time nt Sterling Ills STERUXG Ills July Bve thousand people attended the Fourth olE July celebration and the unveiling of the soldiers monument here The pap wle took place 1180 oclock and wan over mile in length including Grand Army posts military companies and an indus trial exhibit The attraction of the day was the unveiling of the handsome monument In Central park The chief address was made by Gen John McNulta whose numerous fine periods were marked by rounds of applause The monument is fttty feet high surmounted by the figure ol a soldier and cost 3000 In the even ing Gen Alger addressed a rjimo flre In ioe pars ana tbe aay ended with a flue pyrotechnic display south of the pairk Confederate Fourth of July Sentiirmeni CHATTANOOGA Tenn July city is decked with the stars and stripes in honor of the Union Confederate Veterans association which is now holding a con vention in this city Among the inscrip tions on the chief street arches are No More Loyal Citizens ToDay Than the Boys Who Wore the Gray We Wore the Gray but Truly Say We Honor the Flog That Floats Today Union Dis tinct as the Billows Yet One as the Sea The Southern Confederacy a Sacred Memory the Federal Union the Invinci able Palladium of the Present They Laid a CornerStone BED OAK la July Boies presence and the laying of the cornsrstone of a J75000 court house for Montgomery county with other features drew 15000 people to Red Oaks celebration The cor nerstone laying was by the Masonic grand lodge of Iowa Flag Presentation In Tarls PARIS July American Students association were presented with an Amer ican flag yesterday Whitelaw Held made the presentation and Mr Anderson of the association delivered an address to which Mr Reed and Gen Porter replied Pikes Peak Celebrates DENVER Colo July was Illuminated last night by red fire and burning kerosene and fireworks were set off from the summit The effect was very fine and the display was visible for ten miles round Boston Didnt Forget tlie Day BOSTON July were elaborate celebrations of tho national holiday here in the shape of countless picnics games entertainments etc Band concerts and fireworks were furnished by the city Twna a Heallstlc Imitation VIRGINIA Ills July was a large trades processionhere on the Fourth The Hotel dAfrica was burned in imita tion of the destruction of Rome in the evening instead of fireworks LETTER CARRIERSASPIRATIONS They Want IglSOO Per Year and in Pen sion After Twenty Years Service NEW YOKE July delegates to the first annual conference of the national association of the letter carriers met at Wendell assembly rooms at noon yester day The delegates present represented New York city Brooklyn Jersey City Buffalo Philadelphia Milwaukee Provi clence Newark Albany San Francisco The conference was called for the purpose cf furthering the effort to increase tho salaries of the carriers and to Discuss the ty of banding together letter carriers alioyer the cpuntry in ft na tional association The Ecforin They 1earn For Thomas W Nolan 9f Newark was1 elected permanent chairman anfi John Wai worth of Brooklyn permanent secre tary Mr Goodwin of Providenceatated to the conference that its object was threi fold First to ultimately obtain for letter carriers a salary of per annum sec ond to secure legislation that after twen ty years of service all carriers should be pensioned and third that a rigorous ob servance of the eighthour law should be maintained A Petition to Congress It was decided to petition congress to adjust the salaries of carriers as follows fn first class offices for the first year second year third year and each succeeding year 61200 In second class offices from to It was an nounced that half of the needed to build a monument to S S Cox the let carriers best been collected zBsolution was adopted calling for imnjedjfttg action of the carriers lu all large cities ty the remainder of tho fund FLEEINGTOTHE MOUNTAINS airs Harrison to Leave Cape jnjay Go to tlie iteir YORK July Times special ri Springs givos a version of expected Visit there The special is as Mrs David A Parke has plflted ijer Queen Anne cottage here at th disposal oi Pres ident and Mrs Harrison they will oc cupy it from the latter part fchjs month until the close of the season iiw Har rison and the ladies of the family will re main here during August and September and the president will be with them on Sundays and at such other times as he can be absent from the executive mansion The Springs are on the crest of the Alle gheny mountains A Ug Thins for Bahy McKlso Mrs Parke lives at Washington City and is now traveling in Europe Her cot tage is completely and luxuriously fur nished and is surrounded by pleasant grounds Immediately in the rear with pretty little grounds of its own is the cutest miniature cottage that ever a child played in This is if anything more elaborately fitted up than the Parke cot Stage proper It is the intention to turn this playhouse over to the tender mer cies of Baby McKee who will find in it everything to delight his infantile fancy DEAD AND MAIMED Fearful List of Fatal and Se rious Casualties THBEE FIREMEN MEET TKEIB DOOM An Awful Plunge Into a Sea of Two Men and Two Drowned tne Former While Trying to Save tha ILat Hutch of Celebration The Frisky Saluting Does Some Distressing People Muti lated MINITEAPOLIS Minn July special from Ashland Wis to The Tribune says Three firemen met death yesterday in the burning of the 2000ton steamer Iron King and a portion of the Columbus and Hocking Coal companys dock Four oth ers were injured one probably fatally The dead at 8 oclock were George Tan ton a merchant tailor and secretary of the city fire department who leaves a young wife and two pretty babes Ellas Bouchoeltz leaves a wife and five chil dren Jack Prothers cannot live married an unknown man jumped thirtyfive feet down into a sea of flame and was cremated in sight of 500 people who were powerless to help him J J Moore may die An Explosion of Coal Gas The flre started on the Iron King while discharging coal All that boats upper work and machinery were destroyed Half a dozen firemen wereholding a streamon the burning boat from a place on top of of the coal dock The flames leaped from the boat to an immense mass of black smiths coal directly under the firemen and a terrific explosion of coal gas fol lowed The men blinded by flame rah through it like sheep and jumped all in a heap th the dock forty feet below money loss is about dock isstill burning The find the coal A Perilous Wedding Trip LOWELL ftjass July G Stowell tind Jvliss Lottie E Anderson were married yesterday in a oalloon 10000people at the fair grounds witnessing the event Rev W W Downs of Bos ton performed tha ceremony The bal loon which was In sharge of Professor J K Allen sailed away to the north after rising and up to a late hour last night its landing had not been reported balloon landed safely in West Newbury at p m Russians Feeling Indignant LONDON July execution of Maj Panitza has raised a feeling of indignation in official circles in St Petersburg that Is constantly increasing Tho czar himself is said to have expressed himself in re gard to the matter in a way that angnn ill for Prince Ferdinands continuance on the Bulgarian throne for any great length of time County Kalnolcy Recovering VIENNA July Kalnoky has al most entirely recovered from his recent illness Flre Hi Sf touia ST LOCIS July warehouse ol W M Buck Co dealers in railroad supplies burned yeisterday Loss insured Tlif Wentner We Expact WASHINGTON Crrr July following are the i eataer indications for from S p m sesterday For lUSnols and weather easterly wiwdA warm er in northern portiun stationary tempera ture in southern portion For Miohiffu and fairweather winds shifting to easterly For weather southerly winds warmer The Marlcets CHICAGO July being the of J uly all the in the wereclosed and there are market tations DROWNED IN THEYOUGHIOGHENY Two Men and Their Diiughtcrlt Lose Their Lives TVhlle Boat Biding PITTSBURG July and Mrs John Thompson Eliza Thompson years old and baby Thompson an infant Mr aad Mrs Richard Smith their little daughter Priscilla and Robert Smith 15 years of age were all out rowing in B small flat boat on the Youghiogheny river near Me Keesport yesterday afternoon The flat upset from their weight throwing all the occupants into the river Thompson swam to the shore with his wife and baby He then returned to save his 2yearold daugh ter Eliza but in this last attempt both were drowned Richard Smith saved his wife but drowned with his daughter Pris cilla while trying to reach shore Robert Smiiii thel5yearold boy swam to shore The four bodies were recovered Chicagos List of AccUlents CHICAGO July wasthe usual number of accidents fatal and otherwise during thecelebration yesterday Clarles Hanson a 10 yearold boy of S3 West Hii on street was shot and instantly killed by WilliamCarlsoiiagedU years Carlson was firing a revolverand shot Hanson in the brain Daniel 13 was shot through the rjigbt lung MorrisCanavar aged 13 was lihot in the groin and John Begman aged 10 was shot in thci side All accidents Many others were more or less mutilated by monkeying with fireworks Had Ills Foot Blown Off ST PAUL Minu July be fore 2 oclock yesterday morning Dr Cor coran dentist had his right foot blown off by fireworks Dr Corcoran and sev eral other young men had been amusing themselves all night long in front of the old drug store of W S Getty exploding upon the curbing a preparation made of sulphur potash and some other Ingred ients The mixture was spread upon the curbing a good sized stone placed over it and then a match was applied to it with the result mentioned above Scattered Her Drains Arouud July the explosion at a small cannpiQ with whici a party was celebrating the EourthvJQilsy Brisbane an 8yearol4 girJwasStrni onthe head of iron crushing her skull and scattering her Drains over pavemeni Charles Elkins had ahand torn offiAt another place August Metz ger his right eye blown cut and was frigljjfully burned by a bursting toy can WB The Blow and Fall Killed Brennan CHICAGO July the pugilist who was knocked senseless Thursday night diedat 4 oclock yesterday morning at the battery He was not removed to the county hospital His body is now ly ing at the morgue The other principal in the fight and the referee Reddy Gal lagher and Paddy Carroll and Jack Mc Inerny seconds havs been arrested Kun into by a Train LOUISVILLE Ky July evening the northbound express on the Louisville Southern railway struck a wagon contain ing twentyone persons returning from a picnic Frank Pratt aged 21 Ben Pratt aged 17 and Mary Nottemeyer 3 years old were instantly killed and the re maining eighteen were all more or less seriously injured HOLIDAl BASE BALL SCORES Leagne Brotluxliood Get tm Kvnrjwhere CHICAGO July txores made at base ball yesterday were as follovn League At game Pittsburg 10 Brooklyn 11 Gumbert and Decker Caruthera and Clarke afternoon PittsbqfctS Brooklyn 5 andPecker Terry and Clarke At S Philadelphia 11 and Baldwin Gleason and Clements after noon Cincinnati 7 Philadelphia 1 batter and Harrington Vickery and Clements At Cleve and 12 New York T and Zimmer Rusie and Clarke after noon Cleveland 2 few York 3 batter and Zimmer Bur Sett and Clarke At Chicago Morning Chicago 1 Boston 12 bat and Kittredge Get zein and Bennett afternoon Chicago 6 Boston 5 and Kit redgc Clarkaon and Bennett Brothesrhood At Boston Morning Boston 6 Buffalo innings bad grounds and Murphy Terson and Mack afternoon Boston 6 Suffalo 7 and Murphy Jaddock and Mack At ng Pittsburg 4 Brooklyn 5 Staley and Quinn Wejhing and Kiuslow afternoon Pittsburg W Brooklyn 5 bat and Carroll Weyhing and Jnslow Al Cieve and 8 Philadelphia 7 and SutclifTe Buffinton and Cross after noon Cleveland 6 Philadelphia 15 bat and Sutcllffe Sanders and Vlilligan At Chica joS New York 1 and Farrell Cirane and Ewing afternoon Chicago 4 New York 2 win and Farrell ODay and Giving The attendance at the above games was as follows League 4603 Pittsburg 1000 Cleveland esti 1200 Cincinnati 7008 total 13 871 AlternoonMJhicHgo 8000 PiUs aurg 005 Cleveland 2300 Cincinnati 7817 total 1908i Chicago 8720 Pittsburg 5052 Cleve land 1580 Boston 2619 total 17071 Af ltSi5 Pistsburg 4SS Cleveland 0000 Boston 5207 total 30341 Western At St game Milwaukee i St Paul 10 afternoon Des Moiues 8 St Paul 0 At Minneapolis Morning Des Moinvs 1 Minneapolis 4 afternoon Milwaukee 1 Minneapolis 8 At Sioux City 10 Den ver 11 afternoon Sioux City 10 Denver 4 At Kansas Omaha 2 Kansas City B afternoon Omaha 4 Kan sas City 0 TRIED TO SWIM TJIE RAPIDS LARGE VARIETY THE RELIABLE FLANNEL SACK COAT OTHER STYLES FLANNEL SHIRTS AND COATS OBSERVE I beg leave to an nounce that HARRY GTUCKERthe Pearl Street Tailor of whom I purchase all my clothes has moved from his old quarters across the street in the Bell building and I advise all my friends to call on him when needing anything inhis line Yours truly Terrlblle Balloon Accident BEARDSTOWJf July the Fourth celebration here yesterday S F Black a young man residing at Qniucy Ills at tempted to rajike a balloon ascension anc parachute leap When the balloon was at great height tlie canvas of the parachute was seen to be in flames and soon after the man was dosaed to the ground He was horribly bruised Lost IBoth of His IlantU AUBURN N Y July Ditton a harnessmaksr had both hands blown off and was otherwise injured last even ing by the premature discharge of a can npn Itis believed that the man will die He and three comrades were firingasalut in honor of Corporal Tanner Hit by a Skyrocket CetCDTNATr July McMulen last night vras struck on the head by skyrocket thu ttick penetrating his brain He was takein to the hospital and the sticl removed He now in a critical cond tion Hoirte at Chieikgo CHICAGO J aly winning horses park course yesterday Virgin male Cecil B IK ml Harry Weldon 1 mile Sa ago IX miles Al FMTOW mil heats Martin fcnssell 1 mile A Man FtiilH to Go Through but Gets Out AHve BUFFALO X Y July special from Niagara Falls N Y says Soules the swimmer at 33OocIock yesterday after noon dipped his feet and arms in tbe water and waving a goodbye to the peo ple on the bridge slid oil into the the rap ids At the point where Soules received tlie signal go the water is very swift but forms a series of edrlies and instead of going Out toward the center has a tenden cy to bring objects toward the shore It could be seen that Soules was making strenuous efforts to get out into the mid dle of the river without making much headway and was still going down Dualled1 AgAlnst at Roclc As he passed under the railroad suspen aion bridge he was treading water with h is body well out Just below the bridge he struck some large breakers and wira out of sight for an instant As he camein sight he was within a few feet of rock against which he was dashed badly bruising and cutting his left knee and urting his foot But he passed over all ght and could be seen swimming a good roke His effort to keep away from the cks had used up a good deal of strength nd finding he could not get out into the ver he swam to shore and was helped ut on the rocks having been la the water Dout five minutes Had Enough for Ono Bay He expressed a willingness to start out gain but it was evident that he had all e wanted for one day at least and it re uired but little persuasion to induce im to give it up Although the trip was ort it was a dangerous one Soules be ng the second swimmer to successfully wim that part of tbe rapids Capt Webb ent through with only swimming tights nil losthis life Kendall the most pow ifn of the three went through with a fe preserver lmt was taken out ex austed It Wan a Accident totn Soules cpnditiou when taken out he chances are that hacj he gouj the full istance he would have been taken out at ie whirlpool a corpse Soules came here rom Korth Muskegon Mich where he lairns to have been employed as a stationary ngineer He claims to have been interested n several swimming matches in the De roit river DuBois Is a Private Citizen TON Crrr July the approval of the Idaho bill Idaho ceased to have a representative in congress and she will not have a representative there until an election is held DuBoia the late delegate will however rise in the louse Tuesday to speak on an Indian re jet bill and says that the speaker will recognize him A single objection will hrow cint DuBois speech but he feels ery confident that tbat objection will not be raised If DuBois is permitted to sdeak it will be the first time in the his ory of congress that a private citizen has addressed either house fn legislative ROBERT KREUZBERGER LOGANtSPORT IND Wholesale Dealer and Importer of and Lips The undersigned begs to advise his friends and patrons that he amoved his place ol1 business to his now elegant building The Kreuzberger Block corner Ma ketand Third streets and 413 and 415 Third street My large Stock of the Choicest Domestic and Imported Wines arid 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 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 Ijiw Spirit mt MoirrU MOEEIS Hit July armed men were guarding the jail last night ready mast any attempt to lynch lltzhugh ai Maxwell murderers of Chiules Dacke Angry and determined crowds were gat ering about the and It was though that the jail would attacked bcfo morning SPRING il 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 f Remain Yours Truly xJAOOB BAKING for infants and Children I cores CoUe I I I known to me me H JL ABCBIB si 1 111 So Oxford Bt BrooUyu N Y I Without taodkatEoa ThB CESTiuu CoHPiT Murray Struct i Its superioreiceueace proven in milliocuol homes for more than quarter of a century It n Tnied by the United States Government the NewTork Tlie Tailor 3O8 BROADWAY Between 5th and 6th Sts EDELWE1S Equal to any Imported Beer Made Delight ful Beautiful Try S Edelweis Beer made from the Best Im ported Hops and the 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