Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on April 5, 1891 · Page 1
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 1

Logansport, Indiana
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Sunday, April 5, 1891
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ontrnau YOL, XVI. LOGANSPORT, INDIANA,. SUNDAY MOMING,.'APRIL 5, 1891. NO. 82. DUNLAFS Celebrated S T I F F and S I L K, BEST MADE, SPRING STYLES Now on Sale DBWBNTBR, The Hatter. Spring Suiting, Spring Pants, Spring Overcoating. The nicest ; prettiest patterns ever shown,, just received at JOS. S. CRAIG'S. Ladies' Cloth top Shoes And new Low Shoes. Come in. Popular Price?. WALKER & RAUCH, 420 Broadway. WILL CURE r ^ $ WHOOPING COUGH " ~ , IND. ONCE MORE I would like to say to you ; if you are thinking of getting something built for • . ' : , Spring or Summer wear Suitings, I N Trouserings, Top Coatings OP Silk Vestings. Order it tow 'tis none too early, and'-my stock is "full up". ITALY'S POSITION. Premier Eudini Tells a Friend Hia Private Opinioii, He Is Still Friendly to Uncle Sam— His Demands Not to Be Pushed— Elaine's Action to Be Awaited. HIS OWN "VIEW. YORK, April 7.—The Mail and Express' Rome correspondent has had an interview ivith an intimate friend of Marquis di Eudini. The marquis was asked by this friend how he felt toward the United States at this moment. The prime minister's reply was that he harbored none but the most friendly sentiments toward the United' States government, and these had not really been disturbed by the action which he felt called upon to take as the representative of the Italian people upon being officially made acquainted with the New' Orleans affair and the position which Blaine -was obliged to take in the matter. He said that he had no intent:onof pushing any demands,, and was content with having taken one positive step as a protest against what he was led to believe at the time was neglect on the part of the United States government to protect . the lives of Italian citizens in America under the provisions of the treaty. He expressed himself as aware that to do anything more at this juncture would be a grave error on his' part, as he has perfect confidence in the sincerity and justice of the United States government. Finally lie said: I shall now simply wait for further details of the New Orleans a£f;iir, of the characters of the slain men. of the .action of the. Louisiana authorities, and of tie intentions of the United States government; but, whatever these may be,.I am quite sure tbat u settlement thorough- .y satisfactory to both parties will be found, and that the friendship which binds the two na- ions will remain unalterable and secure." .O'MALLEY'S RET DBS. NEW ORLEANS, April 4.—The feeling against Detective 0 Malley is intense, and threats again -t him h:\ve been frequently made by many since his arrival in town. The news that he had surrendered to the. officers of the law spread rapidly, and a call for a meeting was issued. The meeting was held in a saloon on Commun street, and at it the question of hanging O'Malley was taken up. and some favored stringing him up to the nearest lamp-post. Sober judgment prevailed, however, and after a spirited discussion it was resolved to allow the law to take its course, and if the outcome of the trial was not what the people required then summary vengeance would be meted, out. , O'Malley said Friday evening that when he got ready to give his story to the public it would cause a number of people now joining in the cry against him to hide behind their doors. As to the parish prison affair he said: "Those men "were innocent and the people made a big mistake, for which I hope they will properly apologize to the -widows and orphans hereafter. Each one of the nineteen men made • a statement to me, which I investigated and reported upon. I found that all of them told the truth -with one exception. : Polietz. All this talk about suborning witnesses and bribing jurors Is untrue. You beard the witnesses and, so help me God, I never approached any of them with reference to what testimony they were to give. The closest the grand jury has got to me is to indict me upon matters that happened eight years ago/' LONDON, April 4. —A report .prevails in political clubs that Lord Salisbury, on the instigation of Marquis di Eudini, will offer to mediate for the adjustment of the difference between Italy and the United States. A high foreign office official, when asked to state the views of the government, said the question had not been discussed. He admitted that a communication had been sent to Sir Julian Pauncefote to report on the question, especially as affecting the position of British subjects. FIRED ON THE &TAP.S AND STBIPES. ' KINGSTON, N. Y., April 4.—A dispatch from Lefevre Falls says that there is considerable excitement there over the outrageous act of a number of Italians employed in the quarries. The Italians recently held a meeting and. adopted resolutions roundly de- ; nouncing. the conduct of .the mob at New Orleans and American institutions in general. To emphasize their displeasure with the people and the government of the United States they hoisted an American flag on a high pole and then riddled it with.'bullets.- Tlie quarry owners, hearing of this, /o- stantly" discharged the men. Most of the Italians have since:left the town. BRIEF DISPATCHES. ' ta grippe is disappearing' at Pittsburgh. •'••'••.• Burglars secured 8300 in money and .stamps from f.he post office at Davy The amount of silver exported last year from Mexico was SS,000,000 and the amount coined 826,000,000. After several failures the new gun- bout Bennington lias succeeded in meeting the contract requirements. Thomas Fitch, a wealthy resident of San Francisco, was swindled out of $9,000 by the gold- brick scheme. Fruit growers in the Michigan peach belt agree 'that the prospect was never better at-this time of the year for a full crop. ..... ,T. Dance, a brakeman ori-'the Mobile & Ohio, railroad, fell from his train near Springville, 111., and wns instantly killed. ' . For the first quarter of 1691 exports from Hamburg to America have increased $1,000,000 over the same period in-. 1890. iWilliam I'. Jones, of Valparaiso, Tnd., while stealing a ri'de on a freight train felKbetweea the cars and was crushed to death. The heirs of the late Ann - Elizabeth Bostwick, of Galena, 111. , are entitled to 8248,000 from the French spoliation claim fund. Cora Eoberts, an actress, has been taken to Bellevue hospital in New York in a demented condition caused by smoking cigarettes. -Burglars entered the store of Cunningham & Colton at Woodson, 111., and breaking open the safe secured about SoOO'in money and other valuables. The examination of ex- Treasurer of Arkansas Woodruff's fourth term has revealed a shortage on scrip of 825,000, ,in addition to .the amounts already reported. The Benton Harbor (Mich.) board of supervisors has granted the petition to dam the Paw Paw river. This will create one of the best water powers in the state. "Gub" Moy berry was lynched by a mob at Bryant station, Tenn. A nota .left pinned to the body read: "This is' done for the protection of our wives and daughters." 1 .At the grave of his daughter at Savannah, Ga., Friday morning Thorn aa Gadsden committed suicide. He .was cashier' of: the ' Merchants' national bank .and 1 prominent in business enter- jsises'.": " '""' .-. ' - • •'•""• •• ••"" •••-.-•'The wholesale boot and shoe store of Smith, Blasland & Co. of St. Joseph, Mo., was closed by the sheriff on attachments aggregating 8100,000. The stock is valued at S'250,000,. and all claims will be paid. .•.Paymaster, McClure's murder by Italians in "the Pennsylvania coal re- giofls a couple ' of years ago may be•come a feature of the controversy growing- out of the New Orleans tragedy. The assassins secured S12,000 and fled to Italy, where they have since remained. "Red-Nose Mike," one of the : mirrdercrs, was captured and hanged. THE SAMETS. Grain, Provisions* Etc. CHICAGO. April 4. FLOUK— Quiet and firm. Spring Wheat pat; ents, S4.CO@4.BO; baker's. $3.30@3.75; Wintei 'Wheat Flour, *4.00@5.00 for patents and R40® 4.50 tor straights. 1 WHEAT— Active hut weaker. No. 2 cash, $1.03<ai'.W!4: May, *I.03ft@l.MJ4. f COKN— F;iirly uctlve but undertone easy. No. 2 and No. 3 Yellow and May, 68?<®.fi8J4c; Julj', California's Population. WASHINGTON; April 4.—Superintend-. ent Porter has made public the 'result of a special count by races of the state of California as follows: "White, 1,111,-, 550; colored,--,11,487; Chinese, 71,631;' Japanese, 1,'099; .Indians, 1'2,355: total, 1,208,130. The statement further shows that.'while the Chinese population of the state as a whole' has decrease "by 3,451 since 1SSO. there has been an increase in the Chinese population of the county of San Francisco since that time of 4,125. •. . : OATS— Unsettled. No. 2, E3fi®54!/.c; May, 54@54-!ic: July, 51tf@5l?Sc. Samples easier: No. 3, 53@54c; No. 3 'White, 54 ,5514 c; No. 2, 53@54'/,c; No. S White, 55®56c. KYI:— Scarce and firm. No. 2 cash, 60'4@S7c; •April', 86 l/jig: May^jSc. _ Samples, 87@88c tor JJo. 2, and "83®"S(fc for.No. 3. BARLEY— Firm and little offered. Good malting salable at 75 • 7Se; choice, SOe; common to fair light weight, 70@73c. ,-• MESS POKK— Trading moderately active and .•prices ruled easier, ranging at $12.371^012.50 for 'Cash; $12.50@18,75 for May, and !?12.90©13.15 fo( : July. •- LARD — Market moderately active and' pricci 'lower, ranging at J6.60®8.85 for cash: -!f6.72!4rd . 6.80 for May, and S6.97J4f«.7.07!4 for July. "' BUTTBB— Creamery, 21®27c; Dairy, 10@25c; •Packing Stock. 0@1 So. •'•'-' .; POUI-IIIY— Live Cnickens, nv.llttc perlb.: ,'Live Turkeys, 9® 14c per Ib. ; Live Ducks, 9@12o •per Ib.; Live Geese, $3.00®6.00-per doz. ^ 'OILS— Wisconsin Prime White, 8c; Watei White. 8Hc; Michigan Prime White, 9i^c; iWater White, 10«c; Indiana Prime White, :S!4e; Water White, lOc; HeadliRht, 175 test, ,9 v,c; Gasoline, 87 deg's, He; 74 deg's, 9o; Naphtha, 63deg's. 7'/lc. . ' LiQUons— Distilled Spirits ruled firm at $1.18 ' for finished goods. f> ?T"tz« iauiit Builder Dcn.i. ASBUBV PARK,:N. J., April 4.—Capt. William T,, Force, the famous .yacht builder, died at Keyport, N. J., Friday,. aged fiS years. Capt. Force des5gn.ed ! .and 'built.many of the fastest yachts iol p lg3 . ^.50^5.30 for light; $4.65@5.00 lor rough the country. He has also sailed boats- packing: W.S(J@5 3") for mixed, and $5.05®5.50 in the international yae'hfc races. . - . lor heavy packing ana swpying lots. * • ; NEW YORK, April 4. WHEAT— Steady at 5i@7»e-; decline. May, $1.121i(a)1.13Mc: June, $1.10 18-l8@I,Jl54'i July, »1.0814@1.09: August, •SI.01!i®3.05''4; September, $1.05 W -l:05Ji; December, $1.05!<@1.05M. . : . CORN— Dull, weak; 5£®J»c lower. No. 3, J8!4@79Mc; Steamer mixed, 79c. OATS— Dull, we-ak. ' Western,*C8a65c. PROVISIONS— Beef guiot, firm: Extra mess, I7,0l)©r.50; family, S9.50®10.50. Pork- : quiet, 'steady. New Mess, -813.75@14.00; old mess, .11.756)12.35;. extra .prime, $11.50(gil3.00: Lard . quiet, weak. Steam rendered, $6.95. Live Stock. .. CHICACO, April 4. • CATTIJ5— Market rather quiet but . firm. Prices steady and unchanged. . Quotations ranged .at l5.40iSS.35 for choice to fancy shipping 'Steers '; 84.65®5.3a lor good to choice do.; $3.75@4.5W for common to fair do. ; S3.25®4.00 .for butchers' Steers; 82.5033.35 for Stackers; I3,00@4.25 for Texans; 13;ffi®3.60 for Feeders; $1.50@3.50 for Cows; $1.5033,00 for Bulls, and $3.00 n 5.00 for Veal' Calves. HOGS— Market active, excited, and prices IB hlKher. • Sales ranged at ,$3.50@4.75 for For Monday's Attraction. We will place on sale to-morrow 25 pieces ot Homesxmn. all wool Camel Hair DRESS GOODS! In Plain, Strrae and Check, for Tailor made Suits. Price all over the State 57^ cts T>er yard. Our Dfice-for next Monday Only 39 Cts. Also'one case New Combination Zephyr Ginghams, regular price 20 cts. Ourr>ricefor Monday 12\ cts r>er yard. WILER & WISE, Bee Hive No. 315 Fourth Street && I I AS ':$ I WHISTLE FOR D. A. HA UK He lias thegoods and prices. ., Best, Clo(?k: for .the money. Best Watch for the money. Best Spectacle for the .. money, - 1 : '*B$§t' work done for the ..." /money. No. 41O Broadway, tne Jeweler ana Optician. &A..H.AU- *K$t Tf v, •»»• ** . •-•- - - , J! CnlOfiSSi'cil'S EilGLISH, RED CROSS DIAMOND BRAND THE ORIGINAL AND GENUINE.' Tbe only Snfc, Fnre,Md TtlMMt Pillf&cUlo. e«, ailc Druggist for CAicAo«cf> £»jEi*A Diamond JErtuuf la Kod and GoH uctalllo boioa BwiwI with bine ribbon 1 . Take no other kind. Hefwa Substitution* and 7mitortoi_, All ptlla In pasteboard btacsS, pink wrappers. aro dfUijECFOi» conntorfeltn. At Drnjcglcti. or 4«. in Btatapg for particulars, tcstlmooialB, »nl **ItelT*r for Ladle*." <A te*(«r t by 1O,<M)0 TentlTnonlnliu - f-'am» faper. CHICHCSTCR CHEMICAL Co., KoM bj-nil LOCR! l>rn«Ist*. ,• "" r " " Sure Death To Cockroaches, Rats, Mice, and Bedbugs. FISHER'S LIGHTNING EXTERMINATOR. •At Ben Fisher's Drug Store, 311 Fourth St. JOHNSTON BROS. "The Corner Drug Store." Johnston Bros, have removed to the Cor. of 4th and Broadway, (Streaker Building.) A Ml and Complete Line ot DRtJGS ON HAND I i PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED.

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