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Logansport Pharos (Newspaper) - July 14, 1890, Logansport, Indiana LOGANSPOBT DAILY PHABO8 16TH YEAB MONDAY EYENJNO JULY 14 1890 NO 64 JOHN EKAYS Corner On New Sun Umbrellas New Gauze Underwear New Black Lawns and Organdies New India Linens and Victoria Lawns A Full Stockin all other lines of Warm Weather Goods P Goods every lay received Irosh Will Curj Your Hoauacho S GEiNTS S SCORES OF DEAD Dreadful Calamity on Pepin Minnesota Lake AN EXOUBSION BOAT ENGULfED Capsized in a Hurriesne 150 Men Wo men and Children arc Hurried to Eternity RHRLZIOS 12thSt Drue Store FURNITURE PRICKS Till LOWEST OUP areftew None but the Best Workmanship Allowid to Ienve our Salesroom REflL ESTATE For sule li residences on Fur side 10 residences on Spenr strctt For sale reaidenoes en North street For sulc rcsicluncea on Miuket street Fur suit reaidences on Nintli nnrl KlcviMith streets For rcaidenccs on Jhippewa anil Miitmi streets For sule on Toledo ami streets For ssiltr lots in all purls of I lie citv nnd located in desirable places for build in if For sale nl a bargain lots on Syra incre Ftrett To trade fnrnis for city property To tradestocks of dry goods foi farms To trade a desirable residenei1 with two orehards To trade six lots at Vrancisvillc Ind for city property or for a sood farm will pay IliK dilTereoce Wanted lots to sell in nil parts of tlie cay For particulars write or enquire of M M GORDON Tension and Real Estate Agent Uoonl jNu Elliott Block Logansport Ind The JieaiiUful Inke a for Young and Sleeking Turned Into a TVrrlble of Jlumaii Fiftynine Itodlen Given Up by the Aiiirry Fearful Sunday Dis Cyclone Vicinity of St Paul anil Oonth on Iti Known to Have Been Killed it Lake of If ivoo to Bropcrty LAKK Ctrr Minn July will probably prove to be nhe most disastrous cyclone that has ever struck this com munity passed over this city at 9 oclock last evening inflicting a loss of life of per haps 100 or 200 people and damaging prop erty to an extent that at this writing can not be estimated Your correspondent was visiting friends in Lake City and was sit ting in the yard when what appeared to be an ordinary electric storm noticed ling up from the west In half an hour tho whole heavens was convertod into a complete canopy of lightning which was watched with interest by the nervy citi imnH of tlie little village and with fear by the timid women and children The Shook ol tlhe Hurrlcnno A little before dark a terrific wind the community and your reporter Bought the shelter ot tho house Justin time to escape being cinught under a huge that came crashing down against the house Windows were closed instantly and none too soon for tho cyclone was upon us nnd trees houses were fast bolng demolished in its path while my wife in fear and trembling sought the seclusion and protection of the cellar in company with the ladies of the house The building proved strong enough to weather tlie blast and in half nn hour the worst of tho hurricane had passed An Alarming Current As soon as the trees had been cleared away from the front of the house your correspondent stared out nnd soon learned that a horrible lalatriity had befallen the place that has not been equalled since the St Cloud cyclone several years ago Peo ple began to gather in the streets and in a few moments the news was scattered abroad that nn excursion boat with over 200 people on it was capsized in the mid dle of Lake Pepiu Tho boat proved to be the steamer Sen Wing which came down tho lake from Diamond Bluffa small place about seventeen miles north of here on an excursion to the encampment of the First regiment N G S M which is being hold fi mile below this city Tho Jlout Caught In tho Storm The steamer started back on tbo home ward trip about S oclock and although there were signs of nn approaching storm U wasnt in any way serious and no danger was anticipated The boat was crowded to its fullixrt capacity nbout IfK men women and children from Red wing and Diamond Bluff being on board and about fifty people on a barge which wns attached to the side of the steamer When about opposite Lake City the boat begun to fuel the effects of the storm but the otlicers kept on tbo way Whilo the storm incrense1 as tlie boat continued rp tho lake and in fifteen minutes was at its height nenring Central Point about two miles above Lake City A FRIGHTFUL CALAMITY RESCUE OF THE LIVING A Cownrdly Captain Wno Three Score Corpses The storm having passed it was ex pected that Capt Howard whose steamer Ethel Howard lay at tha wharf would go out to rescue the living but much to everybodys surprise and indignation he refused saying that he was not going to risk his boat looking after dead people un til another threatened storm had gone by He held to his determination in spite of the fact that every moment might mean the saving of a life Leaving the captain to settle with bin conscience a dozen or more rowboats were manned and put out from the shore The upturned boat was at last discovered the twenty or more re maining people clinging to the ooat were rescued and brought to tne shore most of them being men who could swim Probably 130 JDronned A full list of the ISO passengers who ans pretty certain to have been drowned is noit obtainable at this writing A large ma jority of them were women and children those saved being nearly all strong men who were able to swim and cling to the bont after it had capsized On the re turn from the capsized boat with three oir four people who had been rescued one of tho rowboats encountered two floatina bodies each with a lifepreserver attached FidjMiio liodlcH ilccovenl a m fiftynine bodies had beer found and laid out IN UNKNOWN PATHS The Great Pathfinder Hereafter Wander Will JOHN 0 FBEM05T PASSES AWAY BUILDING ANDEANIsSOClAW Of Dttroit yiuh CAllTALJSiOIXlMl In 1ivc Cluiscs of f lt earll par vallr Chss 1 S1W per Share monthly payimiils No J per Share No I M No 1 Chares paid fur in mtvumO N tin rstimvit Sluires Miimy loumil tlrsl nuintriiiri siCimiy onlv Iioirouirs receive full iinmunt ol loan Nopremm tlflt 1UINOATION Security Economy 1rolit Equity WikiiKW that the Ihui in Kvistiiuc iKitlv for Ihirriver iul1 In vestor OflUefM mitt PreHlent Hox A HOWKII Vkirrtsiilein WM t fecremry N K UimuH Treasurer tn A tnion Ntl Bunk liireetors JOHN M llwviu I1 11 llvsslKlt CeiHnli AKVIU I K WixiimorsK HoimMihe Hitier llnililinc sliriswuM tt Detroit SjKvial K It Airt H F lUTiKn IIHJ JAMES J SHAFFHEY County Asfent ami Colic tor opposite eourt tlttiee ipeu ilail a in I P m Ciill or write tor par tieiilars Pensions Pensions New FYnsum Por All Soldiers ho are dependent upon ily labor for support their own For Soldiers and Sailors widows For Children under H years of age For rUildren permanently helpless anil for dopeOdin parents Apply in peison or by letter for infor mation blanks aid instructions to Jft BDRDDN Pension Agent Elliott Block Lognnsport Ind Tin Son Wing Clues Over with Her Ha mnn irelght Tho steamer was at the mercy of the waves which were now rushing over the boat rind all was confusion The boat momentarily ran on to n bar and the was cut loose and the steamer again set adrift in thelake A number of those on the barge jumped and swam ashore As the bnrgo also floated again into the deep water those on the barge saw tho steamer as it was carried helplessly cat into the middle of the lake and as they were being tossed about on the raging waters they were horritieda moment later to observe the steamer capsize and its car go of 130 people precipitated into the lake The Passengers Savod Those on the barge remained there until they were drifted nearer the shore and they were all rescued on swam ashore Among them were two ladies who were brought to the bench by strong nnd ready swimmers There were about fifty in all that were on tho barge The events that triv spired on tho steamer after it sepa rated from the bnrge are probably most clearly related by those who were rescued from it just before midnight Awful Kxperlonoo on the Bout As soon ns the storm had begun to affect the progress of the boat Capt Weathern gave instructions to run the boat into the1 Wisconsin shore but the force of the wind anil waves wns too terrible In five min utes more the waves began to wash into the boat nnd fill its lower decks while the hailstones as large as hens eggs come down on the bends of poor and help less creatures who were huddled together on the top Supreme Disaster A hupe wave struck the craft on the sido nt the yunie moment that n terrific blast of wind more forcible than the oth ers came Tip and carried the boat over All of the people on board ISO or more were thrown into the water some being caught underneath and others thrown into the waves Tho boat turned bottom upward and only about twentyfive people were observed to be floating on the sur face These caught hold of the boat and climbed upon the upturned bottom and those first securing a position assisting the others Later as the lightning lit up the heavingwaves the flash of a white dress marking the struggle of adrowning woman conld be seen but the observers were help less to aid Another with Death Half an hour Inter and as lights were Been moving about on shore with no word of warning and as they were just DEATH AND HAVOC NEAR ST PAUL A Number of Victims ol Cyolonofii list ST PAUL Minn July destruc tive storm including a cyclone nnd end ing in a fierce hurricane swept the coun try just north of here at 5 oclock yester day afternoon carrying death and de struction in its path The storm origin ated at a point four miles directly north of here and moved northeasterly toward White Bear covering a country accessible only to teams nnd reports come in slowly It is certain that there are at least eleven person killed and a large number serious ly injured The storm center was at Kohl mails lake atthe large stock farm ol James J Hill president of the Northern railway and to these points three ambulances have been sent accom panied by a force of ten surgeons five Dealt Ht Xalco Gervaiso Telegraphic communication with AVhiUi Bear is cut off and ns thousands o ex cursionists went out during the day tho stations are crowded with anxious friends The cottages of Messrs Schurmeier nnd Good on Lake Gervnise were totally de stroyed the cyclone and five were killed and ten injured Following arci killed Mrs J H Schurmeier Charles Schurmeier of St Paul Rev Mr Phaef ler of Brennan Tex George Miller of the First National bank of this city Schurmeiers driver name unknown Toil Persons Injured The injured are J H Schurmeierscalp wounds Charlie Good serious injury to scalp Mrs Fhaefler shoulder broken Thomas Barnard not seriously Mrs George Miller injured on head Miss Carrie Moss slightly injured on hend Clark Hausen bruised hip E Good throe scalp wounds and an injury to the 5pine Mr Center and Miss Minnie Moss Fourteen MUoti of Ruin Reports from outlying towns show that the storm visited destruction upon many places While the central storm point was at Lake Kohl man the wind was of the force of a hurricane over all the terrii tory north of St Paul and its track was marked by ruin for fourteen miles The storm left nothing standing in the patbu Farm Louses were unroofed all standing grain prostrated and trees uprooted No Diuimjge nt White Hear Lake Vague reports of loss of life are coming in continually At New Canada it is re ported that twenty lives ivern lost nnl scores injured White Bear Lake was crowded with excursionists btit It es cnpod thu cyclone though there was a general scare a hard blow and a severe hailstorm There are reports that twenty persons were killed at Little Canada and the indications are that the lose of life at Kohlmnns will be as great The cyclone wtis successfully photographed by a Min neapolis photographer THE DISASTER TO THE T1OGA Over a Score of Killed anil Mlss other Explosion CHICAGO July list of killed by the explosion on the Tioga is still incom plete as it is not known whether the miss ing ones nre dead There was another ex plosion in the hold Saturday Two named Christiansen and Johnson took n light into the hold to find the reason of a diilicuity with the pumps when some kerosene gas exploded setting their cloth ing on fire and burning them severely but not fatally The cause of the first explo sion is ceuerally admitted to have beein accumulation of kerosene gas generated by the heat and a leaking barrel of oil List of the Dead and Mlis in jr The dead and missing arb as follows Henry Witherspoon Alec Henry Alec Smith Osborne Polk Walter nil colored of Chicago Three unknown negroes All the above were stevedores John ONeill head stevedore Chicago C Le Valley lookout Buffalo William Cnthbert watchman Buffalo T E Fitz gibbou Buffalo Frank Burns steamfit ter Chicago Henry Alexander colored stevedore Chicago Louis Alexander colored stevedore Chicago Two un known deck hands John Lewis com monly known ns Jay Bird Tom Will iams nnd Si Perkins all colored steve dores are also missing and are supposed to be dead The iHicaber wounded is about twenty three of whom will die Gutting Drunk Saved rKhem At the undertakers where thirteen bod ies wore laid out two brothers named Amos were looking at the corpses to SIM if they conld identify any of them They both acV rowledged that they owed their lives to fiuit that they went off on a drunk iJo Lor forgive me said one of them tearfully but 1se giad I did git tijfht or I wouldnt be heah alookin after ie other poor fellahs bodies have been de livered to the undertaker It is known now that twentyseven are dead and mi aa ing The boat was ptiniped out yesterday and it is believed that some of the misis ing if not all are in the hold boat again turned over this time on Its alda and attain all of the twenty Sva tnaming souls were liurled mto tne water Of thesa several were drowned before they could bo brought to the boat by those who succeeded in remaining afloat and again a the Iwmta ueaiructive cycToneB ana eicccna stormi iwept over various places in Europe on Friday nnd Saturday last resulting tonsineiable loss of life and to property The of Explorer Stanley LOXDOX July M Stanley on Saturday in Westminster Abbey married Miss Dorothy Tennant The wedding was performed by the bishop of Kipon before a throng of distinguished men and womein the equal in prominence of any that ever gathered there Stanley was still wenk from his illness of the day before and has not yet recovered but with the care of his wife it is hoped that he will soon be him self again The presents were numerous and costly and many of them came from royalty and the nobility of England and the Continent The happy couple were heartily cheered as they left the church There was one Homer and lie wrote an the Iliad and all the Odyssey A Sudden Calls Him to the Undis covered Country Men Keturn Jfo Public Career Briefly How He Won His Expeditious to the ITneiplored Mexican Treachery Met by Icflanco Record NEW YORK July John Charles Fremont died at his residence 49 West Twentyfifth street nt 4 oclock yesterday afternoon His death was sudden and un expected and resulted from peritonitis Dr Martin attended him but was unable to afford relief Tho general was out on Friday in apparently good health His son who lives at Sing Sing was notified of his fathers illness nnd was able to reach New York before death occurred Bis Career In the Gen Fremont was born Jan 21 1818 at Savannah Ga his father being a French immigrant He was graduated at Charles ton college taught mathematics became an engineer in the government employ in the west received a commission as lieu tenant of engineers explored the Rocky mountain region and gained graat fame by his successful penetration to thei Pa ciflc coast through almost incredible hardships He took a prominent part in the conquest ot California was elected as one of the first United States senators from that state Later Public Services He was the first Republican candidate for president in 1856 sevTed in the Union army us a major general was nominated for the presidency by the Cleve land convention of 1864 but declined the nomination and has not since taken an active part in politics though he was ap pointed governor of Arizona in 1S78 Of late years he has been engaged in promot ing southern railroad enterprises His wife formerly Jessie Benton daughter of the famous Thomas Benton of Missouri survives him j Romance of Ills Marriage It was while in Washington City mak ing out a report of one of his expeditions that he met Miss Jessie Benton daughter of Senator Thomas Benton An engage ment followed but much opposition was manifested by the girls father on account of the gii1 being only 15 years of age at tho time and he secured a peremptory or der for Fremont to go into the interior of the country on an expedition that would necessitate his remaing away for a long period But the young people were not to be thwarted and returningwhen his work was finished they were secretly married Benton soon forgave them Mrs Fremont was very pretty and now is 5f years old Where He Won His Name A little more than forty years ago Fre mont started out with thirtynine men pioneered by Kit Carson therover of the plains He ascended the mountains to the headwaters of the Colorado traveled 1700 miles to Salt Lake City which had never before been accurately described and his descriptions of that region had their influence over the Mormon settle ment He then struck the source of the Colorado river and went down to the mouth of the Columbia and then crossed over to the Colorado region again and nearly froze to death in midwinter To avoid starvation he made his way with out a guide it is said wholly by astro nomical observations to Capt Sutlers fort on the Sacramento Half his horses were dead He returned to Kansas after an absence of fourteen months nnd he wns breveted a captain in 1845 His Defiance of Mevico The next expedition was to explore the Sierra Nevada Jmountains which were al most utterly unknown California was then Mexico nnd Monterey was the capital Fremont finding that it was necessary for him to explore a portion of the Mexican states in order to get his topography of the San Francisco bus in complete went to Monterey and asked permission The Mexicans gave it but with characteristic suspicion nnd treachery immediately re voked it and ordered him out of the coun try Fremont built a fort on a mountain thirty miles from Monterey hoisted his flag and notified our consul at Monterey saying We have in no wise done wrong to the people or the authorities of the country and if we are harassed and as saulted here we will die every man of us under the flag of our country He subse quently marched leisurely into Oregon which was our possession The Father of Emancipation Soon after the breaking out of the war Fremont became a major general and wa assigned to the western district On Aug 31 8til he issued an order emancipating the slaves in his district owned by those who were in arms against the Uniter States which was annulled by the presi dent as unauthorized and premature ant he was relieved o his command Nov 2 nnd three months later he was appointee commander of the mountain district of Virginia Kentucky and Tennessee June S 1803 he fought an indecisive battle against Gen Jackson at Cross Keys When Pope was appointed to the com mand of the Array of Virginia Fremon refused to serve under an officer whom h racked and resigned his command anc took no further part in tbe war fought on a Root and Boiled Oft NEW YORK July A Schneider nged 27 living at One Hundrei and Fiftysecond street and Coartland avenue found his wife and three children on the roof with a man He began to up braid his wife when George L Swartz in terfered The men quarreled and clinched They rolled off the roof together fallln four stories to a pared yard Swartz sus tained n fracture of the skull anc Schneider is injured internally It is be lieved both will die Wilbur F Storeys Old Partner Suicides GRAND HA FIDS Mich July Worden a promineilt citizen of Cannon township Kent county committed suicid Saturday by shooting During the warh was a partner of Will bur F Storey of Th Chicago Times and was the nest younge brother of Commodore John L Worden of fame Financial reverses brought on a fit of despondency Hr WorJen wtia TO years of age a widower and leaves no children THE NATONAL BALL GAME Record of the drab Standing aud of Recent Gamos CHICAGO July base ball play ing of last week brought out but thing worthy of note and that waa the fact that public favor seems to have veered in the direction of the League if tendance is any criterion the mimoers ling largely on the side of the old organ ation every day and reaching nearly vice as many oa an average as went rough Brotherhood turnstiles Satur ay the League had 16379 to play to and e Brotherhood 9660 This Is a complete nnge ns previously the Brotherhood d almost continually the advantage in his respect Standing of the Clubs The position of the clubs in the differ nt aggregations is given below rolhluwxl won lost pr Miss Fuller to Mairy WASHKOTOM CITY July en gageraent of Miss Fuller eldest daughte Chief Justice Fojiler to Mr Hugh C Wallace of Tacoma is announced Th young gentleman now LB the city on visit to the family ol his fiancee isvon llCOtfO rooklyn w Vork hlluphia tlsburg evelnnd utalo 41 20 Gill Hrooklvin 44 Cincinnati 42 rtfiil Boston ViTlCbleftgo 477IKew fork 432 Cleveland 43 41 35 30 20 40 ID 45 16 51 617 623 394 538 430 307 238 merjean won lost poj Western uou lout pc hlettc 41 BIS Milwaukee 4O 19 639 inlsvllle 3SI 20 600 MlnnepulU 4O 14 625 louls Chester lumtms ledo racuae rooklyn as 31 31 34 34 500 1 Denver 28 34 452IS1UUI CUx an 3R 416 Dea Molnu 1H 43 Pnul 574 S4O 3M JOT 488 306 LARGE VARIETY FLANNEL SHIRTS AND THC RELIABLf FLANNEL SACK COAT OTHER STYLES OKI the Ball Field The scores on Saturday were ns follows jeague At Boston Boston 2 Chicago 3 Clarkson and Bennett Hu chln n and Kittridge At Philadelphia biladeiphia 15 Cleveland 4 batteries Gieason and Cleiments Wadaworfch and immer At Xew York Xew York 18 ittsburg 1 Welch and Buck y Bowman and Decker At Brooklyn incinnati 1 Brooklyn 7 batteries nines and Harrington Carrvjthers and aly Brootherhood At Boston Boston 15 ittsburg 3 batteries Daley and Swett laul and Quinn At Phila elphictf Cleveland 3 Sanders nd Milligan Bakely and Sutcliffe At New York 5 Chicago 3 bat iries Ewing and Ewing King Barston nd Farrell At Brooklyn 28 tiftalo 10 batteries Sowders and Mur ay and Daily Lewis and Beecher and ialligan Western Saturday At Minneapoli lenver 2 Minneapolis 16 at St Paul Kansas City 7 St Paul 2 at Des maha 2 Des Moines 5 at Milwauke ioux City 3 Milwaukee 8 Sunday At Vfil wo Sioux City 2 Milwaukee 6 t St Kansas City 4 St Paul 10 Ball Flaying Not Work FREDERICK Md July The cose of ie state vs William Barnio and others an ction brought to prevent base ball play ng on Sundays was heard Saturday Tho efeudants argued that ball playing could ot properly be designated work and therefore not amenable to the old tatute prohibiting work on Sunday un er which the action was brought The adgo took the papers and reserved his de ision Tlie Detroit Club Is Busted DETROIT Mich July The Detroit lase ball club Saturday filed with the ounty clerk a voluntary assignment to William J Gray The debts of the club restated to be together with the ent of the ball grounds to date The aa ets are the omen furniture and fixtures alued at The Winners at Washington Park CnicAOO July It Saturday the money t Washington park race course was won jy the following horses Dr Nave 1 mile 50 Kaloolah 1 miles Rinfax Bile Ormie miles Wary mile heats THE TWO SUBSIDY BILLS revisions of the Measures ns Passed by tlie WASHINGTON CITV July The pos tal subsidy bill passed by the senate Sat urday authorizes the postmaster general enter into contracts for a term of not is than five nor more than ten years in duration with American citizens for the arrying of mails on American steamships etween ports of the United States and ports in foreign countries the Do minion of Canada The Teasels re to be American built steamships and iwned and officered by American citizens Che vessels are divided into four classes y the bill The steamships of the first second and third classes are to be con structed with particular reference to Tompt and economical conversion into auxiliary naval cruisers The rate of compensation to be paid for such ocean mail service of the said firstclass ships is not to exceed the sum of a mile and for ho secondclass ships a mile by the shortest practicable route for each out ard voyage for the thirdclass ships not to exceed SI 50 a mile and for the fourth class ships a mile for the actual num 3er miles required by tho postofflca de partment to be traveled on each outward jound voyage Features of the Tonnage Bill The tonnage bill provides for the pay ment to any vessel ot more than 600 tons gross register whether sail or steam con structed and wholly owned by o he United States or registered pursuant o the laws thereof and which shall be en gaged in the foreign trade between ports of the United States and foreign carrying its entire load either from or to the United States 15 cents per ton for the Hrst and second 600 miles or fraction ihereof in or out and 30 cents par ton foi each 1000 miles thereafter and a prope tioMte sum for fractions thereof These payments are to continue for len yean for nine years thereafter a reduction of 8 cents per ton obtains All the office of the vessel must be citizens of the United States rum of tlie of Forfcine XOUFOLK Conn July 14 Mrs Geor ginni Allen widow ot cue late New York millionaire and stock broker and a lady whj used lo live in lavish style has writ tU a letter to Mrs Caroline Miller an ctlore I woman formerly a domtatic in her employ asking for aid and stating that she was destitute and starving Two dollars all that Mrs Miller had was sent The Lost at Dartmouth N S HALIFAX N a July The searck for tba bodies at the scene of nights accident in Dartmouth has ceased no more having been discovered and it is now believed that there are no to recover Edward Foster who was taken out alive and whose daughter waa among the drowned oied Saturday The Weather We Majr Expect WASHESGTOX Crrr Tlie followimj are the r eather indications for thirtysti aoora from S p m For Warmer fair weather southerly winds For Lower Fair weather soatherlr SmallPox oh Board Mationary temieratnre For Upper Michlcaa NEW YORK July 14 The steamer and Wisconsin Fair wemtker srmtheriy land from Hamburg arrived here Satur winds cooler in western stationary morning As had devel aped among her wBds lovrer temperature For Illinois ing the voyage she was detained at qnarI mother southerly warmer in axttine stationary temperature in western COATS SPRING AND beg leave to announce to my patrons and tlie public n general that my NEW STOCK of SPRING and SUMMER TYLES is now Complete Mv past Standard for FirstClass will be Maintained Thanking you for past favors I Remain Yours Truly EDELWE1S Equal to any Imported Beer Made Delight ful Beautiful Try S 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 To Pay J m EN ELM ANN Ttie Tailor 3O3 BKOAUVVAY Between 6th and 3th Sts W H JOHNSON President J F JDNNSDN Cashier STATE NATIONAL BANK DEPOSIT VAULTS The SafcB in this absolutely Burglar and Fire Proof Vault arc especially adapted for the deposit of Deeds Mortgages Notes Bonds and all Valuable Papers also J ewdry etc Rents are place at nominal prices of to per year each The Vaults and Safes are lilted with all modern improvements and we cordially invite the public to call andinspect then THREE IMPORTANT MEASURES Tbe Senate Pannes the Subaldy Bills tho House the Silver Bill WASHINGTON CITY July sen site Saturday continued the consideration of the subsidy bills Vest again speaking against thorn George also spoke in oppo sition while Call favored the postal sub sidy but opposed the tonnage bill I debate was litmlly closed and with few and unimportant amendments the were taken lirst on the tonnage bill re sulting Ayes D nays 13 The vote OB the postal subsidy was next in order and it was Ayes 28 nays 16 The feature ot the rote was that Plumb and both voted no on the tonnage bill and Ed munds voted no on the postal subsidy Plumb not voting while Demo crat voted aye on both bills The tariff bill was made unfinished business and after a short secret session the senate ad journed The house proceeded to the considera tion of the conference report on the silver bill Blaud made a vigorous speech against the report declaring that it wan no improvement on the present rather the other silver simply a commodity Speeches were made against t be bill by Williams of Illinois Peol of Arkansas and others and in favor by Cannon and Grosvenor At tho conclusion of the debate the report wait agreed to by a strict party to 90 The houie then adjourned The bill now goes to the president ABBREVIATED TELEGRAMS b lemr a o rriaay icr he murder in lat iebruary of nil uio K r taiurday was Orangemans niversary of the IJattlM of the 1niUslant irishmen all over the United Alines and Great Britain and Canada dnly observed the day by processions picnloi aail oratory The fuiural of Gen Clinton B tjok place Saturday at CoklwMw Mich in a pouring rain but the that followed the remains to the very largo and composed of the mott prominent citizens of the ftate Postofuce Inspector Walking has found part of the money stolen In the raid an ilie mail car near New Salem 6 some time ago The money was torn to by gophers probably and was found oa the prairie It now stated that the rob bers got about The Farmers unions Knights of Labor and other kindred societies will hold a meeting at Pawnee Ills July 2J 37 and and among the speakers will be I Palmer Senator Culloni and T V Pow j derly Cullom and Palmer will ditcuss politics on the same day B P Shillaber WM 76 years old Saturday The temperature at Omaha Neb San day was 105 and at Lincoln 103 Governor Thayer of Nebraska has announced himself a candidate for n third term The Blake manufacturing company ot Boston builders of steam pumps hai been sold to an English syndicate for 3 000000 The cornerstone of the new First rejji ment X G S I was laid at Chicago Sat urday The building will be a regular for treaa when completed William V Burt son of ex Postmaster Burt of Boston has been indicted for forging his mothers name to ami then negotiating them The last week at Ysleta Tex resulted in the killing of three men inr stead of six All has been quiet since fight and the sheriff is in charge The mines near Tincnp Colo fire n Un doubtedly rich but there are ten men looking tor strikes now where one will be lucky enough to find anything Armatod Jonas colored a boy between 18 and IT years old was bung by CREAM BAKING Its superior excellence proven in mill ot tor more aeenturjr It nted DT United Gorenumeot Bb doned by the of the great CnlrentUra Fame and HoUttiuJ Powder dow not mooia LiaMor Ai FBlCBBAKlHtJ POWJOKRCO Kew Tort LouU
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