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   Logansport Journal (Newspaper) - November 19, 1890, Logansport, Indiana                                JOHN GRAYS CORNER Again on Cloaks All new goods no advance on prices large stocks to select fro 1 eplended light to see them all gar ments aa represended no humbug Come SCHOOL Mater i al PARVINS 12tDst Drug Store Daily Journal every day In fhe week except Monday by W D PHATT Price per Annum Month SC OO SO WEDNESDAY MORNING NOV 19 A FREE TRADEK WHO TELLS TOO MUCH Tho Daily Commercial Bulletin of New Ydrk is owned and edited by a subject of Queen Victoria A Briton borfai for reasons of his own ho pre fers to remain a British subject rather than become an American citizen though owning and editing an Amer ican newspaper It is scarcely neces sary tosay that he is an ardent sup porter of free trade In a recent editorial he warns American manu facturers that the late Democratic victorymeans that the tariff will be adjusted upon a revenue basis and thatjcapitalists shouldbe careful about making investments Prudent manufacturers says the British edi itotOf a British organ in America heed of tho warning that after a brief interval their operations will have to be conducted upon a basis of reduced costs of raw material labor and plant and upon a correspondingly lower scalb of prices and they will therefore defer expansion of CSeir op erations until they can more definitely see what in these respects will be the future status of their Readers will please note the language American manufacturers arewarded that in view o tho probable legisla tion of the next Congress their operations will have to be conducted upona basis of reduced costs of raw ma terial labor and plant and upon a cor respondingly lower scale of This man is too truthful The role of the American free trader is to insist that free trade would not cause any reduction of Wages but the Comnagj cial Bulletin man gives notice that it will work a reduction of raw material lahor and plant Heis right oily ho have placed labor first in thenlist of things to be reduced The iirst effect of free trade or a revenue tariff wonid be a redaction of wages all along the line and in all occupa tions 4The American Tariffreform muzzle the blunt Perhaps hecould be util ized feature in some dime A free trade editor who tells ttu truth would be worth seeing Journal IAKDON and amnesty for the South was a part of the reconstruction policy which also gave liberty and equality to the slaves The terms were ac oeptcd by the South as a generosity unexpected from a conquering admin istration The men who thus saved tbcirnocks are now denouncing a bill to secure the liberty guaranteed by the constitution The force bill is a bill gptitlecl bill to promote fair throughout the United and it is a force bill only where forceis needed to secure that B is no doubt whatever Unit if theltoliey of protection was aband oned by the Republicans it would be urged by the united labor organiza tionabf the country There is nothing to bo gained by excluding pauper labor and tyy admitting Urn products of that labor from just over tho Hnv Canada A QSEAT many American products are sold in foreign markets and the foreign market prices fixes the Ameri can selling prices The American far mer to day sellss his wheat in the home market for the price in Liverpool less the cost of shipping it there The American farmer sell his surplus pro ducts in a free trade market and is compelled to buy his supplies in a high per cent tariff taxed market Is it any wonder that farming no longer pays Pharos This idea has been exploded so often that is hardly worth noticing The Pharos last August in commenting on th6 rise in grain said Supply and demand is what controls prices of wlieait and the tariff has nothing to do with it Now with its usual in consistency it says the tariff oppresses the farmer There is an overproduc tion of wheat in the United States and the surplus is sent to England where there is always an underproduction If Liverpool the price as the Pharos says the United States would be in a fine position with free trade no home manufacturers a bigger sur plus of wheat Liverpool fixing the price and the United States compelled to buy and sell at prices fixed in Eng land THE Kokomo Saturday Journal is a new venturein the field of journalism Cooper Gross are the publishers Tho paper promises to be independent RAMS HORN SAYINGS Evil thoughts make an evil life Every thing that God does means sonwthinjr Every life is full of unfinished towers begun in opposition to God God sometimes keeps us waiting but He never stops the interest No man can do much to help men who docs not have nower with God Wo can never know Gods thoughts about us until we are willing to give up those the devil gives us about Him If the devil really lores any body he must think a good deal of the man who is afraid to trust God with money The widows mite was precious bo cause she gave something that was precious to her She gave all she had and that kind of an offering always comes from a heart that ia full of love You can never hone to come off vic torious in pitched battles with the evil one until you have put on the whole ariiior of God To go to war poorlv equipped is to invite disaster SEVERE WINDSTORMS Considerable Damage Done In a Number of Southern Towns NEW OISLFAXS Nov A Uaynoa La special says that that section of tho country was visited Sunday night by tho severest storm witnessed there in seventeen years Considerable dam ago was dono to cotton and rice still in tho fields Outhouses sheds and fencing were blown down The large warehouse of M Kahn was completely destroyed Dispatches from Vicksburgand Natchez Miss and Opolousas and other points in Louisiana also report heavy winds In the vicinity of Natchez fences and trees wero blown down At Opclpusas tho storm con tinttod five houses doing much dnmago to crops Ofliehtl Vote in Nebraska LINCOLN Neb Nov Official re turns are in from all counties but Mer ricloTotals on Governor exclusive of Merrick are Boyd 69905 Powers Richards 08251 j wo years ago Merriok gave Thayer McShane 674 jfBigelow U70A total of 3074 The Independent headquarters furnish these estimates Powers 866 Richards 071 Boyd 436 lioyds plural ity Fatal RailwayWrtiek Ala Nov IS A freight car loaded With gravel on tho Belt foaji bijoke loose aildrah wild down a heavy grade The engineer of a pas senger train in front siwitcoming arid wade a desperate to train put ot the way The into the rear couon of the1 passeiigec train killing Conductor John Carney and seriously injuring T J iOBrien George Farrel and EHas Farrellnpas sengera Kman Poivderly Col Nov18rrAtthe even ing session of tWijnightso Labor Mr was reeleoted Jeneral Master Workman TCugVCiivanaugti of Cincinnati treneral WoiSthy Foreman and John Wj Hofyea Secretary and Treasurer The assemblypassed areso iution continuing jMj at per annum but upon a motion of Mr Fowderly the1 resolution was re considered and the amount reduced to 83500 tlvea Three Overs Century CHICAGO Nov Chicagos oldest citizen Michael Kelly was buried Mon day at the extreme old age of 10S years Deceased according to the claims of his friends was born in 1787 in Hickory Parish of Knockling County Limerick Ireland He came to this country in 1J884 and soon after made Chicago his Iome 1 Jtiie tace or Olilo COLUMBUS O Nov The official abstract of the vote at the late election has been completed and shows the plu rality of Kyan Rep to be 10909 Tho tptalTete was 742972 The official fig Tires do not change the result In the Congressional districts The delega tion will stand 7 Republicans and 14 Democrats Governor Campbell of Ohio has fixed December 19 os the date for the exeou tSon of Elmer Sharkay the Prefcle Coun ty matricide FOR A MILLION Firm of Wall Street Bankers Fails W Gallaudet Co Forced to Sus Liabilities Esti mated at A UEAVV PAILUKB YOKK Xov street Is still a center of attraction When the Stock Exchange opened the same feel ing of returning confidence notice able Monday prevailed and even the announcement of the sus pension the banking house of P W Gallaudet fc Co had very lit tle effect on the market The house is one of the oldest in the city and its place of business is at 2 Wall street The failure is said to have been caused by Russell Saje and sever al banks calling in loans to the firm The liabilities are placed at 51000000 The firm was composed ol Peter M Gallaudet and Henry Fitch They assigned to C Elliott Minor The preferences are to Margaret E F Gal laudet and to BYaser Minor their attorneys 56000 Mr Minor said The failure was brought about by the call ing la of loans by the bank the sureties pledged for which had depreciated largely in value through the recent decline in the market Wo also have other securities but the decline In them also haa been so great that the banks refused to take them at alt The future of the lirm depends largely on tho action of the institutions holding these loans While It fs too early to make any definite state ment we think that the liabilities will be about tSOOOOO or 5003000 Notwithstanding the firmness of prices the presence of very disquieting rumors was felt One of these rumors had it that one of the most important banks in the street had been compelled to obtain assistance to a largo amount The apprehension caused by these rumors was increased when it became known thattnany loans vere called inby the bank This had a tendency to raise the price of money Several millions of call loans were or dered in by the Delaware Hudson Canal Company After tho first rally the market became active and irregular on account of Lon don selling Union Pacific St Paul and Atchison A cable received on Wall street about It oclock said that the guarantee fund to the llaring Bros had reached The money market was still uneasy and the Bank of England was doing a large busi ness at a 7 per cent rate in consequence of provincial bankers withholding their credit from tho market Suit has been brought by the Attor ney General to wind up the affairs of the North River Bank which suspended during the panic in the stock market last week NATIONAL W C T U The Atlanta Convention ReUleutt the Old Blair Indorsed ATLANTA Ga Nov Wom ans Christian Temperance Union at Mondays session devoted tho morning hours to hearing reports of the super intendents of different departments Then came the election of officers which resulted in tho reelection all the old officers as follows President Frances E Willard Mrs Caroline E Buell Corresponding Secretary Mrs Mary A Woodbridge Recording Secre tary tMiss Pugh Treasurer Res olutions indorsing Senator Blah and urginghis reelection were introduced and causel a little excitement An effort was made to have that part referring to his reelec tion stricken out and there was an animated discussion Finally the mat ter went to the committee on resolu tions An interesting was the address of Miss Maud Ballington Booth fraternal delegate from the Salvation Army A BATTLE IN CHURCH Members of u CongreB itlnn in Trimsyl Tanla Iijrlit Over u New Six Persons Kllloii VIENNA Nov A fight occurred on Sunday at Bistritz Transylvania be tween tho opposing members of one of the churches there The trouble origin ated in the opposition of the Saxon members the church to a newlyap pointed Roumanian pastor On Sunday whon the new minister attempted to enter tho church he waa pre vented from doing so by the Saxons The supporters of the pas tor came to bis aid and tried to forcetheir way into the Church and a desperate conflict ensued When the battle was ended it was found that six persons had been killed and sixteen in jured CHOSEN SENATOR Georgia Legislators Eliot Governor Gor don to Succeed Senator Brown ATLANTA Ga Nor Governor Gordon was elected United States Sena tor to succeed Senator Brown on the first ballot John B Gordon is TO years old and a gradu ate of the Georgia University He entered th Confederate army as Captain and roso to the rank of MajorGen eral Ho commanded a division of Lees army during Grants siege of Petersburg General Gordon was elected Governor In 1868 but was uvaeated He was sent to tho TJnlted States Senate in 1873 and again in 1879 but resigned in 1880 te into railroad iynmr 13 enterprises In New GOVBRHOR CORBOK ID 1888 he UP WS Celebrated Jier losd nirthdaj Wis Nov Mrs Ruth Woodworth familiarly known as Grand ma Woodworth celebrated her 102d birthday Monday She retains bet healthand fatuities in a remarkably degree and entertained a largo number of callers during the afternoon SHORT SPECIALS The Mahdi has lost 1000 of his fol lowers by desertion Alexander McBean shot and killed Felix Toylor Monday at Rbinelander Wis Eastern capitalists arc talkingo erectinga papermill at Mineral Point Vfie Tho official majority of WanVick ovei iMcKinley in tin Sixteenth Ohio districl Conductor Adams of tho Chieajjo A Erio fell under his train at Urna O and his body was cut in two General George C McKeerecoiver of public moneys for the General Govern mcnt at Jackson Miss died Monday Stolloh Druse sash and door man ufacturers at Milwaukee failed Mon day Tho assignee gave bond in S18 000 The English mills in tho suburbs o St Augustine Fla have been de stroyed by fire causing a loss of 000 jUrs Parsons refused to plead at New ark N J Monday and was placed under 51000 bonds to appear for tria next Monday Tho Earl of Aberdenn has offered to contribute toward putting into operation General Booths scheme o social regeneration The recentlyimported Norman horse Csesar owned by Monier Watson Co at Scales Mound 111 and valued at 83000 died Monday The Illinois glassworks at Alton 111 will erect another bottle factory mak ing it one of the largest institutions of the kind in the world Fireman R A Coppine nd lirake man Perry Dekay who were injured in tho wreck west of lluntington liid Saturday died of their injuries WILL NOT BE HANGED ol South Carolina Com titrncen of Two Vonthfrl The Governor mutrft the Patricides COLUMBUS S C Kov Gov ernor has commuted the sentence ol two little negro and Sam Nance brothers aged 10 and 14 years They were convicted ot mur der and sentenced to bo hanged on De cember The Governor commuted the sentence of the older boy to life onment and that of the youngest to five years Imprisonment He will come out at the use of 15 The murder for which they were convicted andsentenced lobe hanged was committed six months ngo Their stepfather it is alleged made tho boys work hard and whipped them often for the neglect of certain duties Tney became tired of this and It is aaid that their mother suggested to them the idea of klllii g her husband One Sunday morning the mother went to church and left her children and hus band at home When their stepfather was lean Ing over Sam stole up behind him ana struck him on tho head with the blade ofa hatchet The old man fell to the floor and rolled into the yard Sam immediately fell upon him with an axe and finished his murderous wnrk Murlor he 10yearold boy wished to have a part in the affair and he continued to attack the dead body with an nxc Thousand iirls Out of Work DAXBUISY Conn STov 2000 girls employed in the trimming depart ments of the eighteen hat factories con nected with tho FurHat Manufacturers Association were locked out Monday morning Some of the factories have shut down entirely while the remain der continue to do work in other depart ments Over 5000 hatters are idlp THE MAEKETS rain Provisions Etc CHICAGO Nov 18 Quiet and steady Spring Wheat Patents 85003550 Straights Bakers Winter Wheat Flour M9C for Putents for Clears Ruled active and weak No 2 cash December ami May Active and lower No 2 u No a Yellow No 3 No S Yellow November unclet May December under May May active and unsettled No December May 41143 Samples In good supply and firmer No 3 No 3 White No 2 493 43J4c No 2 White nnd quiet No 3 cash GtV4o November 67c December 68S4c Sample lots for No J and lor No 3 and unchanged No 2 No tvember Common Wo good to choice 8jfflOSc and extra lots Muss rather activeand price ruled lower Quotations ranged at S88Z14 for cash for December for January and tor May active and prices ruled lower Prices ranged at tor cash 597K for December SfllOSt6384 for January and for May lE32Sc Dairy IScjuSc Packing stock Chickens 638c per Ib Spring Chickens rxaTc per In Live Turkeys per Ib Live Ducks per Ib Live Geese per dozen Spirits ruled lirm at SI14 P6r gal for finished goods Prime White 84c Water White 9140 Michigan Prime White 9ic Water White Indiana Pflmo White Water White lOJJc Headlight 170 tost o Gasoline 87 degs He 74 degs 9ic Naphtha 63 dcgs 8c NEW YORK Nov 18 weak on Tumors of turther allures and disturbed December 99 M6caSl OOJ4 January il01Jlf3ll03S March May July lower weak No 2 14c Steamermixed 57e easier Western dull and steady Plate Family Pork quiet and weak Mess Jll0031200 extra prime S1050 QllOO Lavd dull and easy Steamrendered SC20 ClKVKrAND O NOV 18 Easy Standard white HOdeg test 7Xe 9c 86 gasoline 19e 63 naphtha 7c Stock CHICAGO Nov is Market rather active on local and shipping account Quotations ranged at for choice to fancy shipping steers for good to choice do for common to fair do for ratohers Steers I2loes60 JOT Stochers 1215 ts60ds40 for Westerns 1280 J310 for feeders for Cows 1160 O32S for Butts and 1300 550 for Veal Calves Market rather slow and weak Sales ranged at for light K50aaeo for rough packing 13450380 for mixed anSRes for heavy packing shipping lots Royal Baking Powder Leads All The latest investigations by the United Statesand Canadian Governments show the Royal Baking P superior to all others in leavening strength Statements by other manufacturers to the contrary have been declared by the official authorities falsifica tions of the official reports THE VANDERBILT CHILDREN Educated According to the Old Blaxlm Early to Bed Early to Klse Although all the members of the Van derbilt family entertain on a magnifi cent scale they never permit their children to remain up late at night are extremely careful in their education and in a word are fitting them for life as well as any mother or father conld do It is one of the rules in all the houses of the Vanderbilts that tho chil dren shall go to bed early and rise early The little boys and girls are up before seven oclock in the morning Their nurses immediately take charge of them see that they are properly bathed and dressed and thnn theygodown to break fast which is served at oclock It is an unpretentious meal with plenty of fresh milk eggs oatmeal and a bit of steak or a chop that will add strength to the physique and color to their checks After breakfast there is an hour of study There is something for these little ons to do at all times dur ing the day They go through their studies systematically and then aboit are takenout for a walk They are allowed to romp in the streets and in the parks to their hearts content At eleven oclock they are brought home and a light luncheon of milk and bread Is served after which there are more studies either French German or drawing and then another breath ing spell It may be horsebackriding or a drive out through the park and along the country roads Back they all come about four oclock and there is an other hour of study and then they are through for the day They are allowed to do just as they please until tea time when after their meal they spend a pleasant hour or so with their fathers and mothers and others who may drop in to call Promptly at eight oclook they are all in bod to sloop soundly and get up the next morning and go through the same programme So it is not strange that all the children of the Van derbllt family are further in advance of their little friends in the matter of ed ucation For they study study study all tne time Tney are all fond of music and most of them can play on tho piano The girls are learning to play on tho haip and the boys arc famous among their friends as violinists and banjo players If you were to see these chil dren on the street you would not for a moment suspect that thcy were other than children of parents in ordinarycir cumstances They make no display at elaborate dress The oldest of Cor nelius Vanderbilts daughters is dressed plainly in little pretty cheap drosses without any braid or ornamentation She wears snugfitting cloth jackets ind tho little cap that sitsgracefully on aer head could be duplicated for a couplo of Home Jour nal After the Engajremeu Did lie getnn his kneos No he couldnt Why not I got there first 1ticlu YOUNG ITALIAN WOMEN Their Peculiar Ideas to Thoir JJutles aa Wirep in the middle classes fine irem out of doors has to be ability real or supposed for lt house Fond mammas rcgaa men with stories of their daa prowess in cooking in a manner trorth of Goldsmiths Mrs have even Jeea known to set the ful young women to sweeping andcleiT ing as soon as the expected rip vis heard at the door in order that the hesi tating aspirant might be brought declaration by the sight of the girl capacity as u menial servant Under these circumstances marriage becomes simply an escape from intolerable dreariness Tho idea of choosing a auiband to whom she cau prove a faithful wife rarely enters the Italian girls head She must be married that she maj be free Somtman of her acquaintance thinks she makes a good figure ia the society he frequents finds her dowry is sufficiently large and tired o living or desirous of settling down proposes for her hand The younjt wife If she belongs to the upper classes Bnds herself suddenly in the possession of unbounded liberty Her chiefdutjii to act as a sort of clothes peg world may praise her b usbands liberal ity She oan now go out alone ind having little to do at home spends most of her time calling promenading tmtr jfossipping JamesGazette Biddleford Me man wasaojlti to be sent back to jail by the coin after he Lad onabrief days contact vith a heartless that be offered to walk to Altr take the mittimus along the officers all trouble THE MEAT EKBLISH REMEff BEECHAMS PlELS For Bilious ail Hemus Disonfe Worth Box tnt for 25 Gents BY ALL DRrGGtSTS Condensed R K TimeTables SCROFULOUS SORE Head to Waist li Dis ease Suffering Terribly Cured by Cuticura Remedies 1 was covered with scrofula sores from my head o my waist suffering so that I could hot sleep nights and could lie down only with ptllowsUnder my arms My head was so sore that I could not f oar H hat and being a fanner I could not m lareheuded so wore very soft hankerehlef on my lead In fact I was a disgusting sight to others md to myself After doctorlnglor St Ideals A PUIxtmrz CENTRAL Toot f ifHmc Bradford uuvt Expreulieour 1J5 a m jilarlon Accommcsiatlon p n Richmond Iflfi p mtAccommodationH401BT Indianapolis Divisiim aOOa 135 p Express124S p m Chicago OlTisiem 12JO a s Line ISSpni IA1 p 11 JO a mfAccommodation 450pB 7JJSpmtAccommodation61iantf State Line DivlsfoB 1 pmt Hall and Express89t at Vrf5amfExpress UJBamtLocalFreight a Trains run dally Trains marked t run dally except SoDdar Vandal a LUe SOUTH BOTHD Local ainll LocalFrUght MsJl Train dverused and procured a set that I continued heir useand now alter four sets I am tappy to say that I am entirely dared Anj1 of he prominent business men and larmers in and tfouml Pimniaeld will Indorse my story UEORGE A HEINSELMAN Cutieura Remedies Rilining words from grateful hearts tell the story M great physical suffering of mentalaiieulsh1 br easpn of humiliating disfigurations and of threat ened dangers Happily and speedily ended by the Jitlcura ihe greatest nkln Cures Jlood Purifiers and Humor Remedies the world las ever known Cuticura Resolvent the new Jlood and sk u purifier and greatest of humor emedles cleanses the bloorl of Mil Impurltls and elements and thus removes the Cause Cuticura the great skin cure Cutloura Soup an exquisite skin neatltter clear the sklu and calp and restore the hair Hence the Cutlcnra temedles cure everyspecles humiliating toning burning scaly and pimply diseases ol the kin scalp and blood with loss of hair arid all humors blotches eruptions lores soaies and whether simple Scrofuous or contagious when the best physicians and all other remedies all irateful testimonials prove fliese1 StatS lents in every particular Sold everywhere Price Cuticura Wo jo Besolvent Prepared by the Potter Drug and Chemical Corporation Boston How io Cure Skin Diseases pages 50 Illustrations nnd 100 testmcnialsT rough chopbed 11T1 and oily akin prevented by CuttcuraSoapT WEAK PA1NFULBAUKS iKIdney and Uterine Pains Weaknesses minute by the Cutlcura Plaster the first and Thmngh t CloM for now made by all our passenger Edgworth agent Wabank Railway EJCT BODKB New York Expressdallykj Ft Wayne excpt Sundhj Kan Jlty A Toledo Ex excpt sundajliaUB Aoconuuodation Frt excpt SunflKJ P WKST BOGKD Pacific Express dally Accommodation Frt excpt Suodar i Kan City Ex except Lafayette ras Accra excpt Sunday StLouU Ex dallyIflaSpo Went OOINS JUST St Louis and Boston Ex New York Detroit Accom 1136 eonto Chicago A St Louis limited Pacific Ex MaUandEx gHBpn Logan Accra W ANTED Carpenters at StaodSrif Works Whiting Ind live man to accident company iu New Liberal terms to right party Address S Boston Mats a few persons iu each place to TV writing at home Enclose lOc for book with particulars to J H Pi New York City Wanted local and traTellng itlons permanent or part Salary from start Expeilence nnnecessar Brown Bos Nurserymen Chicago UL working preferred who can turnlsh a horse and whole time to the business be profitably Rmplqyed also A few towns and dtles BFJOHNSON A Main St Richmond Va   

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