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Logansport, Indiana
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Wednesday, January 30, 1895
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& VOL- XX. LOGANSPORT, INDIANA- WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 30. 1S95. NO- 26- Our Spring Stock OF WflSfi GOODS Is displayed for the accommodation of our patrons who purchase such goods early for their own convenience. Many Remnants Still grace our counters and we are making big cuts to close all these out. Many choice remnants of Linens still remain and there your's almost for the asking. Come and get a bargain. There's plenty always at The Busy BeelHive SUGGESTIONS. Manderson Introduces Eesolutions Outlining a Financial Bill, Wants a Constant Reserve of S200,- 000,000 in Gold and Silver—Don't Favor a Perpetual Debt. 409-411 Broadway, 306 Fourth St. "A HAND SAW IS A GOOD THING, SHAVE WITH." BUT NOT TO SAPOLIO IS THE PROPER THING FOR HOUSE-CLEANING. In Begining a Journey we should see that we begin right by point? to the right place to buy our goods und this is the right way to bugia the New Year. Wo expect to reuiidu at the old stand and will bo pleased to sou you dui-ic.g this year. We always have a large lino of Diamonds,"Watches Clonks, Jewelry, Silverware, Fine China etc. at 410 Broad *ay. P. S.--We thank you] for your liberal patronage before Christmas, D, A HAUK, The Jeweler and Optician. 410 Broadway, New Goods Slaughtered. WA.SIUXGTOX, Jan. 20.—The credentials of Senator Cullum, (if Illinois, for the term beginning March -1, JS05. his third term, and of Senator-elect Sc- we!l, of New Jersey, were presented, read and placed on file. Senator Hill (dem. N. Y.) presented resolutions of the chamber of commerce of the eit} 1 oi New York on the (subject of the national finances. Tiie resolutions, which declare hearty concurrence with the recommendations of the president of the United Stales, were read and referred to tho finance committee. •Senator .Mundersoil linn a Thin. Senator Manderson (rep., Neb.) made some preliminary remarkson the linau- cial situation, and then introduced tho following resolution: Kusoivoi!. That the couimlHfic on ilnnace bo directed lo consider the advisability o.' reporc- IIIK LI, ii.e senate for I is acikin a bill for tho rt'iet 1 o! 1 the treasury r.f the United States, piv.ni: stability to its curreuuy and advancing the kT'-ULcr use or ;iud remonuLUation of silvor tli.it-sliuli can ody ilio follan'liik* propositions: 1. KCHUirt; the secretary of Iho trc.-tsurv 10 ccinsL;inL(y in'iillLrun :L rosurvo of dJ-t>0,000,OOU In go.U and $.0il IKW.OOO in silver. i Au'.horlzc HIL- Issue mid Rule of bonds ot PUI h di.-D'.uniiKiLioas us nmy uo prcscrlhod liy the M:croi.:iry oi tlio Irciwury. puyublu in t;oIJ or silvur at Lbe option of ilit.* hidiior, bo :rln,7 sucli rutu of InLdrc^L us wl.l ur.ii.blo tht: secretary Lii obtain pir for Uicm for the object of iijiiliiLiiiiitn^ the reserveund for othor piirjiiiscN. y. 1'rovide thiu us United ,Suiti;s ICK-I! teruler notes or ^reeiib;i--ks ;iro jirrsentetl ror p:\y- uiciit Llicy .^lni!; bo ]i;iu! in Hold or siivcr uL ttio option of the hohk'r, and wjien paid shall not be reissued, but destroyed, •I. I-'rovlJe that for llvo years tho United Slates ii'easttry shall on demand exehanyu ita cultl t-uiiis lot-silver coins aai! sliver coins for told eoiiis. ; 5. Authnri/.o r;atl nnn! banks to use' tho now bonds us a basis for their Usue of notes to tho amount of the I'ace of the bond-. In denoiiilnit- Lions not less than .?10 and remove l,he tax on national bani; notes. ti I'rovide that as to Imports from countries bavins u k'old standard all duiles .sliah be paid und U'heQ such Imports come from countries havini; a silver standard the duties m.iy bo paid In gold or silver at tho option of Ihu importer. Authorize the freo coinage of bot.n silvor nntl uold at the ratloof 10 to 1 within the Uaiis of iho American product und to tile capacity or our iiilnts, and provide .'or additional or en- coinage of.,subsidlary coin, brln^In^ its exai tender power to tho payment of debts of fc.0. Not in Favor of a Porputuul Debt, Senator Teller (rep., Col.) remarked -hat the senator from Nebraska was vldently not in full accord with the n-esident of the United States. The )resiuent proposed a debt of §500,000,Ud. "The president wishes," said Senator ?e!kv.-, "to ciiter on a s3 - stem of pcrpct- ally maintaining a public debt—for :uit is what it amounts to—a fifty- ear bond. I do not think that | I even the period is long cnoug-h • if we tiT-c going to cuter on • the system suggested by the | president; for the people will not be ! able to puy the debts in fifty 3'ears. Hut the proposition is, not to pa}- it. Tlie project is to have a perpetual national debt like the English debt and the French debt. The American, people do not intend, I think, lo load this country with a perpetual national debt." 1'roceedirig to discuss the gold question .Mr. Teller declared that the only rcnl sensible waj- of obtaininggold was to buy it with the products of the country. And the difficulty about that was that when the country was on a gold basis the prices of all products were lowered. Three cent cotton and 40 Cent wheat in the ports of Europe would bring gold to this country; but could the American people afford to A conference report li.xing tn'e pension for the widow of Gen. Crittenden at .-?rii) per month was agreed to and the bill passed. Mr. OiiLliwaUe (dem.. 0.). from the committee on rules, reported and tile house adopted a rule providing for tiiroe and one-half hours'debate on the sugar bill. Tlie house in committee of the whiile resumed consideration of that bill.,Mr. Dingley (rep.. Me.) replying' to the statement,, made in his opening speech last Sato-day by Mr. \\ ilson (dem., W. Va.). C'ulu ti)l>i:iii Cu ru vtrls for Cr^lii nililnu M usen m 'U'Asiii.NGTOx, Jan. Of.—The house committee on naval affairs. Tuesday ordered a favorable report of the senate bill transferring-the-Columbian caravels to the Columbian museum of Chicago, Su^iir Anlt'ndmftnt Lost. An amendment, offered by Mr..Hit (rep., 111.) to repeal the eighth-of-a cent duty on refined sugars, was re jected—S;> to 100. \VII1 licnullt Ijy Pension Laws of 1890. The house committee ou invalid pen sions Tuesday adopted the senate reso lution extending to the members of the provisional and state militia of Mis souri who served in the war of the rebellion the pension laws of IS'JO. Chll.ls Ceti- rho S«-at. The house elections committee Tuesday in consideration of the contested election, ease of Stewart vs. Childs from the Eighth Illinois district, decided unanimously that Mr. Childs, the sitting republican member, is entitled to his scat. NOETON DEAD. Well-Knovra Theatrical Manager Dies of His Injuries, Account of the Awful on the Vandalia Rond— Seriously Injured. Accident •Many HUNG IN EFFIGY. by Presidents Niirtnn ami T.cwis In.s ISroiiklyii striI,-ei-H. BnooKr.vs. Jan. "P.—1'residentS Norton and Lewis \vere hung in effigy Monday night from the trolley wires of the Union avenue line a'o the crossing of Hamburg 1 and Flushing avenues. From the high tenements on et.tlier side dead cats and dogs, old clothing and boots rmd .shoes were thrown across tlie wires. It kept a gang of linemen busy clearing tho wires. Notwithstanding tho vigilance of the police a battered- looking dummy, witl'i a label on its brea.st reading "Old Woman ix'orton," was hung on the wire, and shortly afterward u. dummy labeled "Lewis" kept it company. Stones and bricks assailed the militia pickets at the Ridgeway station of the Hrooklyn Heights railroad company a little before daylight to-day. The three companies of the Forty-seventh regiment on duty there were called out and several shots were llred in the direction from whence the missiles had been tin-own. It is not known that anyone was hurt. Six track cleaners were attacked and badly beaten by a mob numbering about seventy-live men at Flushing and Nostrand avenues while at work removing snow from tlie Flushing avenue line at daylight. Tlie strike has lasted fifteen days. It has cost the railroads S500.0TO. The troops have cost the city >J>'J,000. The strikers have lost SifO.OOO in wages and tlie roads in loss of revenue .$~-S,OGO. The general paralysis of business has amounted l.o uianv millions to the gen- en;! public. Two lives have been sac- riticed and many people injured. IXDIANAPOL1S, Ind., Jan. 29.—John W. Norton, tho St. Louis theatrical manager, who was mangled in the. Vaudalia wreck at Coatesville, died Tuesday morning- ut 0 o'clock. John W. Foster, doorkeeper of the state senate, was one of those who assisted in extricating 1 him from tho wreck. "The experience," said Mr. Foster today, "1 will never forget, Norton's skull was fractured, his • head frightfully crushed and a hugo splinter had been forced into the head through tho eve. HOOSIER HAPPENINGS. News Briefly Told from Various Towns In ludiaiia. l.**<'tl H Sharp Knifo. AXDI:I:SOX, Ind.. Jan. 20.—Frank Tivos. a young man. settled old scorct by attacking Henry IVttit with a butcher knife which w:it, sharpened ujj to :i va/.or edge ami capable of doinjf . niur.ler. The light lvg:m in Harp's grocery in SluuK-laml :ni 1 was a run* 1 ng riirht for 100 y;ir ; , IV.tit, was at last thrown and Tivi 1 .- was goiiiH'after liis windpipe or juglar when IVUifs, brother stayed his hand and held him until the police could arrive. Vettit w;us in jm unconscious condition and was moved to his homo, whore he was hovering be.tween life, and death. Kor Compulsory Arbitration. Ind.. Jan. S9.—Owing to the death at Warsaw of Senato* Tlinycr. the senate transacted no business Monday other than to appoint a His garments were reeking- with blood I committee to attend his funeral. The and ho did not regain consciousness ! bouse passed ".wo minor bills and killed one contemplating a change in th» jury system, which was up for third reading 1 . Tlic most important bill in- THE INCOME TAX. Milli.- buy gold at sucli a price? Did the He Overcoats, Ulsters, Heavy Suits and Winter Underwear at your own price. We have also between three and four hundred boys' suits in all sizss and qualities that you can buy at your own figures. No Fake! Nothing but straight fr goods at the Broadway Clothing Store, 426 Broadway. JOS. G. GRACE country need gold at such a price? did not believe so. The treasury, Senator Teller said, ought to adopt the policy of the Bank of France and pay its notes in whatever coin was most convenient to it. Why, lie said, should the treasury pay in gold when the law reserved to it the right to pa} - in silver? At the conclusion of some further remarks by Senator Teller, criticising the president's propositions, Senator Manderson's resolution was referred to the finance committee and Senator Chandler (rep., X. H.) addressed the senate in an argument adverse to thi- pooling bill. At 2:20 p. m. notice was given by Senator Butler (dem.,S.C.) chairman of the committee on interstate commerce, that he would ask to have the poolin bill taken up in the morning hour 'Wednesday. The bankruptcy bill was then taken up, the Torrey bill, with a few modifications, having been offered as a substitute by Senator Mitchell (rep., Ore.). Sriiiite .Ftuujicc t;ommiuce Cuiintit A^r**c. The senate finance committee nas decided by a vote that it cannot agree on any financial bill. House. 'VYASiirx'uTox, Jan. 29.—The senate joint resolution reviving the grade of lieutenant general in the army for the benefit of Alaj. Gen. Schofield was laid before the house and Mr. Outnwaite (dem,, O.J asked present consideration of it, bnt Mr. Wadsworth (rep., N. Y.) objected. Clvt-y Instructions ijns: tho I/uv. Jan. 29. — Commissioner Miller, ol the internal revenue bureau, has prepared a notice, copies of which will be posted in all the cities and towns throughout the country, notifying those who come within the provisions of the income tax law of their duty in the premises. After quoting the provisions of the la.w, the notice says: It Is tho duly of all persons of lawful ugo having un nnnu.il Income of more th.m 83,600 to make and render a return on or before the flrst .Mo.id.i.v in Murch. 1SY5, Lo tho collector or deputy collector of the district In ivsicli Ihey reside of tlie amount of their jfains and Income for the whole of the calendar year 18m, and all guardians, Lruslees and persona and corporations acting in nny fiduciary capacity Khali make a like return for their wards o." persons lor whom they act. Every corporation, company, and association. both resident and foreign, doinff business for prollt In tSo United States shall make and render a return to tho collector or deputy collector of the district In which Its principal omco or place of business is situated on or before '.ho llrst Monday In March. lS9i, of all Its business and proilts for tho whole of the calendar year IS94. Returns of persons shall ba mado on form No. 3J5 and of corporations on form No. 366; said forms may bo procured of collectors on application. Penalties— If said returns are not made In tho manner and timo above stated It Is the duty of the collector or deputy collector to make the returns In the forms prescribed and add the penalties prescribed by law thereto. Tnv income tax ts due and payable on or be- ' fcre.taa 1st day of July, 1S95. and on all taxes due and unpaid after that date there shall ba levied in addition thereto the sum of 5 per centum on the nmount due and interest at the rate of I per centum per month from, the time the same became duj as a penjlty. Full instructions for makinssald returns are printed In blank forms. JOSEPH MDL.LES, Commissioner of Internal Heveanc. from tho moment that he was taken out. We carried him to the little Christian church, near the scene of the wreck, and ho died without bavins 1 uttered a. word." All of the injured who were brought here will recover. Mrs. Sejruin Wallace, the ex-opera singer, is one of tho most seriously injured but she will survive. 1 The list of injured is twenty- sevriu. It was the first fatal wreck in the history of the Vandalia. road. Ai-coiiiit of th« A*-«rl(I*;nt. Tho train was running at full speed and was about ten minutes late. it had just passed the toivu and was rounding a curve when the track proad. The priviUe car of President W. K. Mclveon, which was in the rear, jumped the track. This was followed by '.lie parlor car and then the ladies' car. All went oft the track, the two rear cars going down the P.iubankment 10 feet before the train could be i ?J' riv! -' te stopped. The smoker left the track. )ut did not go over. The two roar cars caught'fire, bnt were extinguished vhen the work of rescue began. A l,u<ly Kill.-.1. Mrs. W. S. Towers, of Carthage, Mo., vas carried from the car and dieci vliile being taken to the school house. "he injured were carried tip the em- jank-ment to houses on the north side f the track, and soon the townspeople ud physicians gathered to give assistance. Other Victim*, Others who were injured are as folfollows: John \V, CravciiM, Bloominplon, Ind,, ribs fractured and hurt internally; Klchurd Crouch. Ui-azll. Ind., badly Injured in houd; D. W. ML-ndonh.-ill, Terro Hamo, ribs broken: U A. Canlwell, Elmlru, N. Y., hip bro- ]ji:n: George W. Farlc, uonfrre-ism.m-eloct K!(;b'.M Indiana dist.-lcc, silently injured on head and back; Hlch ird GarrLsh, Now Yorlt. cut !n face and bruised; Mrs. Coster, Terre JJiiuto. rib brolion; Andrew Johnson, porter on (lining car, rlffht arm broken; IiVnnk Hurley, Washington, D. C, hurt Internally: Mrs. Rothschilds, O;:- dL'n, U. T., badly bruised arm and shoulders; JI.-s. Ueifo. Ornalm. bruised about the body; Joseph DilJon. New York, arm broliun: W. It therwooJ, New Yor'.i, arm broken; D, Newrne.ver, Kvnnsville. hurt Internally: Charles Jones. IndUnapjliy, buck injured; John 1(. \Viso. Indianapolis, arm broken and head cut; ]•". Wr;ip, Plu.sijunfU, li'.-ad cut; Dr. ColLerc, Injured jn side; Kev, Mr. Talbott, Greonoastle. 1ml,. b^dly injureJ; Mrs. Cob- leuiz. 1'rankhu, 3(id., arm brokon; Margaret Kooerts. Indianapolis. Injured about fact iind breast: Ewlnf; 0 AMiiuiiR. liosion. bad cut over left eye: Mrs. Ewmu O. WJlllLlntr. Bos- toil, injured about hldo :;nd breast seriouslj'; S. Xeui^eon. VlKO. Tex., seriously hurt about The troduced was one by Mr. Merritt for the creation of an arbitration committee to settle labor disputes. JCIovon Yours In Prison. LF.BAXOX, Ind., Jan. 2;).—Argument I in tlie case of Joseph Conrad, who has j been on trial in the Hoonc circuit court for the last ton days, charged with tho shooting of John M'nrtz, at Zionsville, November IS, closed Monday afternoon, und after being out two hours the jury returned a verdict of guilty and (ixcd Conrad's punishment at eleven years iu the penitentiary. AXDKKSOX, Ind., Jan. 29.— Joseph \V. Layne, one of the most prominent cdui-ational men in Indiana a.nd well known throughout Illinois and Ohio educational circles, has been taken to sanitarium at Indianapolis.' His nervous system has been shattered, and it is thought by the physicians in charge of him that he cannot recover. . Thrown 1'Orly IVot. EvwoolX Ind., Jan. 20,—Walter Me- Cord, of 1'Yanklin, while attempting to cross the I'au-llandle tracks in front of . an approaching train, was struck by the engine and hurled a dislaiieo of 40 fee'.,_alighting in a snowdrift without serious injury. Mis horse was ground to pieces and the buggy was demolished. KllN4l:lM I.OKOH |]|M K|| rn ill JfH. U.VM.MOND, Ind., Jan. 2;).—.John Mor- weiser held in trust SlCG, which were the savings of Theodore iStaten, a Russian, who had labored hard lo save up the money in order to send for his wifa and child, whom he left in Kussia. Morweisi'r'Mx'siclence was broken into and the money stolen. PAP.IS, Jan. 20.—In consequence of the passage of the amnesty bill by the chamber of deputies, M. Foincare. minister of public instruction, has ordered the renewal of the licenses of priests who have been deprived of their stipend. • >~ecoti,itio? a Gold Loan. LO:TDO:S% Jan. 29.—A dispatch to the Dentral Xews says that China is negotiating for a .gold loan of £3,000.000 at 6 "per cent, through the Hong Sone and Shanghai bank. lie.Kl. 111,-cly not to recover: Mrs. N. W. fcon. Terre H:iutc, rltflit.side burl nn<l internal injuries, serious; Mrs. D. Hudson,£rceiM..isUc, cut, on ris!H sido o: tttc head, not scrioi Gertrude Purrish, 4-year-old girl, Palestine, cut on side of face, not seriously: \V. S. Towers. Canhiigc. Mo., badly hurt in side; Lee Sheets. Indianapolis, badly bruised: J. J. Lee, Mansileld, U., Injured Internally and bruised about the face: Mrs. J. H. Dillon, New York, badly bruised nndarmbroken: L.W. D. Beeue, Paris. Til., bruised about the uc.id: Mrs. D. L. Anderson, Grcencastle. Ind., hurt about, head; Mrs. Pescus, Terre Haute, ribs brolten, Internal Injuries. • A Scene of Horror. Tbe wreck and the cries of the injured and frightened passengers created a panic from which no one recovered for several minutes. Those in tho day coach were tho first to recover their self-possession and hastened to the relief of the victims. la the chair car they found tho injurred passengers pinned down by a mass ol broken and twisted chairs, groaning in their agony. The stove was seen to be igniting the woodwork of the car, but a few pails of water extinguished the fire. Then the imprisoned dea< and injured were extricated from under the heavy chairs. One of thi eye-witnesses was President Swaini o: the state university at Bloomington who was one of the first to reach the car where the victims lay. Tho Caaftc. The track was examined and it was found that the guard rail of the switch just east of Coatesville broke, causing the accident. It Ls believed the engine started the break. President JIcKeen's car, which was occupied by his son, turned completely over, but was not damaged much, and no one was hurt. A relief train, with, six surgeons on "board, left here for the scene, and the injured are now in St.- Vincent's nos- pital here. CHICAGO, Jan. 20.—The tng Dickinson. left here Tuesday morning for St. Joseph, Mich,, from which place it will beg-in a search for to* missing steamer Cbicora. MU.VCIH. Ind., Jan. 2;).—Frank S. Crow], who conducts a large tov and notion store in this city, also one in. Hartford City, made an assignment in favor of Abraham W. Chapman, of this city. Crowl claims that his assets amount to SI0.000, while his liabilities will reach S7,.".00. Jersey CatUo HroiMlnrs. Muxc-iK, Ind., Jan. £9.—Tlie Eastern Indiana Jersey Cattle Breeders' association in annua.l session here elected the following 1 officers: President, Lewis Moore; vice presidents, Marc CJayr.ool, Walter Pierce and Henry Schaglc; soc- treasurcr, W. JJ. Giluiore-, retary and Springport. Quiill and J'onr AppleH n Day. DECATUR, Ind., Jan. 29.— A. J. Freeh, of Linu Grove, this county, began a thirty days' fast . lie made a wager of S75, which was promptly taken, that ha could subsist on a quail and four apples a day for thirty days. He is to take no other nourishment during that time. Was a J'urLmr nf Morton. RICHMOND, Jnd., Jan. 29.— John 0. Page, aged 77 years, es-sherilf of Wayne county, died Monday of heart failure. In his early life he was asso' ciated with Gov. Oliver P. Morton la, the hatter's trade and for several years •was in the government secret service. Diphtheria Ind., Jan. 29.— Diphtheria is raging fiercely here, tht fourth death in one family, that of David Ryder, occurring Monday. Stringent quarantine measures hava been taken, but without apparent effect. Earned to DcRlh. MARIO.V, Ind., Jan. 29.— While th« *• year-old child of Mrs. Hattie Jones, of this city, was reaching for a playthinff on the mantel above the grate it» clothes took fire, and the child was so badly burned that it died in a fe\T hours. 31 ancle'* Population. MSTXCIE, Ind., Jan. 29.— The censu» just completed for the new city directory gives Muncie 22,285 population, agaia of 2,5-'2 since 1S93. When natural gas was discovered here years ago the population was 7,000. Sentenced to the Pen, "5V ABASH, Jud., Jan. 29. - Charles Edwards, a professional box-car thief, after a trial lasting two days was ten.* tencud to five years, in tb« penitentiary in the Kosciusco circuit court f or riflixf cars on the Big- Four at Warsair. 'fy< - '-^ T...s.%

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