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   Logansport Pharos (Newspaper) - January 6, 1890, Logansport, Indiana                                LOGANSPORT DAILY PHAROS 15Tii YEAfl MONDAY EVENING JANUARY 6 1890 NO 216 JOHN GRAYS TOUNEK ON Chrataias Goods Of every kind They must go ruin or shine and we must net riil of them no matter what it costs to no so PLEASE GOME At oaco and make your selections as we will not be able to wait on halt the cus tomers nevt bit will have extra help and do Ihn best vre can D OMANS IIOLSK r i ONE NIGRT ONLY MONDAY 3ANUARY 6th Tbo Groat Lyceum Theatre Success under the illroction DAN I E L F ROHM AN Manager Lvcenin Thoauv New York titled Sweet Lavender lrom tinpoa ol A W Plnero Tho grandest triumph in Comedy Hie atnyc IMS kiowi 1or years TiS Ifrfjiiriincps nt Terrys Theatre One Tear ar liio Lyceum Theatre New Vorlc Thsmio lilt In Cliieapo Boston Wushlnston lialllnioro DO LAN 3 OiKKA HOUSE WM DOAX MANARK1L Just Ono Sljflit Wednesday Jan 8th Ueturn lOngnximciit of the Distingulshc C E VERNER In tho licautiCul Historical Drama Tho HoiUl Hoy of Clingall SEE Oliosnll by Merrymaking Scene Gllnall by of tihamus The Great Trial Scene The Thrilling allows Scene The Kscnfij from Ionolmllo Barracks Tho Irish Daneos Jigs ami Keels ami h ear theSonjrs Duett Wl and Sentiment The strongest Irlsli piny ever written Under the pfrsonnl supervision of T II Wjn nett Scilc o Circle 75c rarquette 60j linlconj5c Seats now on sale at Kecs liujfs driJK store FURNITURE Prices tho Lowest OUR DESIGNS NEW None but tio beat workmanship al to Icnvo our salesroom 302 UhSt Great Stove Sale BRITISH WEALTH BURNERS Ana fp DDQK STOVES STOVES trOO And Up In fact every Heater in tho house at per cent actual Discount for 30 da js only 419 jflstMsfc About Si20O000000 Invested in this Country TALK WITHAN DfYESTOES AGENT First Venture a Purchase ot Advantages of the London Stock Ec changc Coming Over This Investments in Other on tho United States of the Great Increase of A Mortgage Buying Company EW YOEIK Jan need have any fear that England is buying up all America or is putting a big mortgage on the country Uenuino invesments of foreign capital which are intrinsically enormous have been made in this country during the past eighteen mouths but in comparison with the business of tho nation the total amount represented is almost insignificant The sum of English capital placed in the United States within that period may reach 3300000000 which represents amaximum earning poiver of 820000000 big sumt but small compared with the income of even a single big town iu this country The first big venture of English capital among American industries was in the summer of 1888 when tho New York Brewery company was formed for tho purchase of several bresvcries in New York und New Jersey Gobljlctl anil Bloru Wanted The project was spread before tho London public and there was an astonishing rush for securities Tho public subscriptions amounted to nearly eight times tho amount offered and tho shares were dis tributed pro rata among the subscribers From this point tho business grew with amazing rapidity Tho Messrs Untermeyer have acted as American agents for tho plac ing of more than So2000000 of English capi tal in this country and they now have deals on hand approaching consummation amounting to many millions more The in vebtments of English capital in the imme diate vicinity of New York within tho past eiighteen months amounts to and arc all in breweries The 3Ioiiey of Small Investora Samuel Untermeyer in explaining the workings of tho great system which has sprung up in London for tho purpose of sc ouring American investments said that the money had come from small investors and not from capitalists Mr Untermeyer thinks tliatpublic opinion in this country is nearly ripe for the floating of industrial enterprises upon tho samo plan which has proved popular in England Tho chief difficulty is tho absence of all safe guards in tho lino of financial institutions especially designed for such purposes The strict rules of the London stock exchange are an especial advantage in this direction All ot the American enterprises sold to English investors which Mr Untermoyer represents juo listed upon the London stock exchange the rules of which require not only a com plete statement o E resources but a full dis closure of every contract and asset of a cor poration seeking admittance No such or ganization as the trusts now dealt in on tho Now York stock exchange would be admitted to the London board Irospects for Uic Iresciiit Regarding the prospects of a further influx of English capital Mr Untermeyer says Within the past four weeks there has been renewed activity in tho investment in Amer ican industrial enterprises and there is every reason to believe that the new year will see a fur greater amount of capita I introduced into this country from abroad than was brought hero in There has been invested in in dustrial enterprises in tho United States since August 1SSS when I made the first issue of American securities more than 1300000 but during the same period more than JOOCCO000 has been subscribed in Lon don for other countries including the Argen tine republic Chili Peru South Africa the Transvaal and New South Wales so that the investment of capital in this country repre sents scarcely more than 10 per cent of Eng lands output last year I do not include ia my estimate millions that have gono into mining and land speculation Thinks It Good for Uncle Sam I bclievo this great influx of foreign capi tal will greatly assist the development of our industries The United States is not a rich country It is too young to have be come rich and it is so vast that it can properly employ all tho capital that can be diverted to it The small amount of profit thatgoes to England from industrial enter prises in tho shape of dividends upon tho business is trifling compared with the amount of money that the Englishmen must spend here especially in the employment of labor to earn that dividend Tho man who has a business hero mid sells to an English company employs his capital in a now direc tion ami creates a new demand for labor while thu English companies which succeed to tho business must continue to employ tho labor before engaged One Hundred Millions Within tho past four months companies have been formed in London for the pur pose of investing ia industrial enterprises in America with an aggregate capital of not less than The last company of that kind recently formed is n corporation known as tho Law Debenture Corporation for the purpose of acquiring mortgages on industrial enterprises It has a capital of The trustees for the debenture holders are such men as the present attorney general of England Sir Richard E Web ster Sir Charles Russell and the Law Guar antee and Trust society while the board of directors embraces members from all of the leading law firms iu London The people who formed the company are such men as the duke of Wellington the earls of Win chelsea and Nottingham the marquis of Abergavenny and a host of others known to everybody hi England Wholesale ana Fatal Poisoning BROWSDALE Minn Jan 6A party of sixty persons gathered at the home of Henry Bernstein Friday night and sat down to a upper Among the meats served was sausage Fortyfive of tho guests who par of the sausage were taken with violent fits of vomiting shortly after eating it and fell upon the floor Mrs Henry Sheik died Saturday and twenty others ore so low that but slight hope of their recovery is enter i tained I Agreed to the SineSour System BAiTiiroRE Jan clothing raanu facturers yesterday acceded to the demands of the Garment Cutters and Trimmers local assembly for a reduction of working time from ten to nine hours a day the per diem wages to remain unchanged The new sys tem went mto effect today HeurlOr the Stagger In a New Hole PHILADELPHIA Jan Hearld the pugilist and Fred Mason an old time confidence man were arrestod Saturday night charged with victlmizijig passengws on trains by card games THE CANTEEN SYSTEM An Apparently Good Thing That Our Army Post Traders Dont lake WASHINGTON CITY Jan recent introduction ot the canteen system into the army and the announcemsut that the post traders whose calling is thereby en dangered and in some instances superseded are about to make common cause before con gress has called public attention to a sub ject that is fraught with the highest import ance to the array So little is known how ever to the uninitiated and so little mean ing is conveyed by the term canteen to the nonmilitary mind that the following statement from Adjt Gen Kelton concern ing the system will be of interest Gen Kolton says Tho canteen system of the British army is now regarded as among the most potent factors of its admin istration On its present basis it is in effect the cooperative store of the regiment There is a wet canteen and a dry canteen The former is practically the club room and is fitted up with a library and reading room a room for games and others for re freshments forp all which privileges the soldier pays a monthly subscription of 2 pence The bill of fare is of large variety and the charges exceedingly low a cup of coffee penny 1 penny for tea cocoa or chocolate or a boiled egg a pint of soup or a herring for 2 pence ho may receive a plate of ham and egg or liver or liver and bacon If he desires to purchase in larger quantities ho may procure cooked bacon for 10 pence a pound ham for a shilling and 3 pence and sausage for eight pence The Dry and Management The dry canteen is the same as the post traders store in our service but where all articles of general merchandise are sold at rates slightly exceeding the cost These are managed by a committee of officers and non commissioned officers under the supervision of tho commandant there is a treasurer an accountant and a steward Everything is sold for cash and tho money is lodged daily In bank the amount of profits averaging some a year to each regiment Of the profits every penny goes for tho benefit of the soldier in supplying extra dinners pa pers and games for the clubroom prizes for the regimental sports dishes for the in short the canteen is among tho most im portant features of garrison life in Europe In the French and German armies the sys tem is not so thorough as in England but in all the cooperative features is permanent and all aro under military supervision A Good Thing lor the Solilicr Practically this is theicanteen system which is now being introduced into our army and which may ultimately supersede the posttrader system not because tho lat ter is a special mark for disapproval but be cause the canteen is for the greater benefit ot the soldier and because tho two systems are irreconciable THE WORK OF AN OLD BRUTE Shameful Facts Brought Out at a Coro ners Inquest in Ontario PJSTEEBORO Out Jan A terrible tale of brutality was brought to light at the in quest Saturday on the body of Mrs Eliza Holbrook wife of James E Holbrook justice of the peace and a wealthy farmer of this county Mrs Holbrook who was 70 year old and feeble left her home about two miles from Haver lock Dec 24 to go to a neighbors house ami on Thursday was found in the swamp abotfj threemiles from home The evidence given at the inquest showed that Holbrook kept his wife badly clothed and ill fed locking up tho provisions from her aad that lie beat her shamefully The verdict censured Holbrook and when the body of his wife was turned over to him he refused to bury it but finally consented to do so when he learned that otherwise it wouId Us turned over to a medical college Tho feeling against Holbrook is intense and the people are claming for his prosecution A MURDEROUS OLD MAN An Octogcncrian Kills Ilia Two tittle Grandchildren While Drunk HAVEHHILL N II Jan Centre Haverhil Saturday Stephen Le Plant a Frenchman 80 years old killed a 5yearold boy and fatally injured a 10yearold girl battering their skulls with a hammer and pounding their bodies in n horrible manner besides cutting the girl with a knife The children were those of Le Plants son at whoso hoiiso hoiwas visiting The old man had been drinking and had some words with tho children attacking the boy first The little girl went to her brothers defense when tho old miscreant stabbed her He next murderiously assaulted his wife but was captured before he could injure her He is in juil Death of a Chicago Judge CHICAGO Jan 6 Joshua G Knick erbocker probate judge of Cook county died of apoplexy at oclock yesterday morning At oclock Saturday after noon he vas stricken down while at the Cal umet club and soon became unconscious He never regained his consciousness Judge Knickerbocker was born in New York stato in September 1SS7 and was brought to Illi nois by his father in 1847 Judge Knicker bocker was a highly esteemed citizen an up right judge and respected by both political friends and foes Must Take the Rislc on a Free Pass BOSTOJ Mass Jan ths case oJ Asahel Quimby vs the Boston Maine railroad in which the plaintiff obtained a verdict of G000 in the superior court the supreme court has sustained the exceptions of defendants Quimby was riding on a pass when the accident occurred andone of the conditions of tha pass was that the holder released the company from liability in case of accident The court holds that such a contract is valid and Quimby must take the consequences A Testimonial to Stanley LONDON Jan of the American colony in London held a meeting Friday and decided to present a testimonial to Henry M Stanley the African explorer upon his arrival here The testimonial will bea supurb electrosilver shield bearing in its center the coat of arms of ths United States Emblazoned panels around this center piece will be representations of the chief incidents in Stanleys career An Alleged Naughty Actress ST Louis Jan Reid the actor married Bertha Westbrook a St Louis dibatante a weet ago and later left the Agnes Herndom company He now says that Agnes wanted him to leave his new wife and elope with her offering him S4000 if he would He wouldnt so be says and conse quently left the company DestxuctiTe Fire in TTardner Idaho SPOKANE FAILS Wash Jon eight stores and six threestory buildings burned Saturday in TTardner Idaho and nothing but the hardest kind of work saved the entire town from destruction The loss will exceed with about in surance CASH ON THE SPOT The Central idea of the Patrons of Husbandry RAPID TJEOWTH OF THE NEW ORDER members Itequircd to Pay Cash for Ev Debts They Deal with Merchants and Success of the Scheme That May Clir cumveut the Managers of tensive Programme of Political Action Potent Force if It Works CHICAGO Jan Herald Grand Rapids Mich special has the following with reference to the progress of the Patrons of Industry in that state The Patrols of Industry have captured Michigan The wealth producers of the state hare risen as if in a night and laid a controll ing hand on th5 commerce of a common wealth Farmers mechanics laborers pro fessional classes save merchants manufacturers and joined hands to dictate tie selling price of product the buying price of merchandise From a beginning of three men years ago the j order of Patrons of Industry has grown un til today its ranks enroll 100000 men iu Michigan alone with an average monthly increase of membership amounting to an even 1200 The base of this formidabis structure is the farmer element but so shrewdly nave they builded that their entire wall seems cohesive strong and enduring although their lodges have invaded the rowus and received into membership thou sands of men who make a living by the marketing of their labor Hlust NYit Contract Debt They abolish credit No no F I as they are familiarly con tract one single dollars worth of debt out side the order Ho cannot go in debt at the mill or the market His name can adorn the iedger of no merchant He must pay rromptly his employes and pay them in cash Hci can owo no man Each member has run tho gantlet of a careful inspection If his credit be good that is ih his favor But credit is only good when yon dont use it say the fathers of this new philosophy The mans actual wealth above all liabilities is carefully computed and that excess is in his favor But if he be no more thsn a laborer owning his boots and nothing further he is still eligible if he have a reputation for in dustry honesty and sobriety No Weekly Subsistence Kills The mechanic who wishes to become u member of the patrons and who has hereto fore run a bill each week to be settled pay day must first accumulate that weeks ex penditure in advance and pay only cash for his necessaries Hes always a week behind and some day lie will die and then the man who trusted him is robbed or if he lives he is always a slave Tims reasons the rustic Ph Ds It sometimes occurs that a man ill the order simply has to raise a sum of ready money If he have property and can raise it on mortgage furnishing ample security the thing can be arranged If be be a sufficiently valuable man the brethren may rally to help him out even though he can givo them no assurance beyond personal honor that ho will repay the debt but in n largo majority of fact almost ia is tho unpardonable sin Contracts With Merchants In nearly every town in tho southern penin sula whether the remote hamlet having two stores or the bustling county seat with hun dreds tho Patrons of Industry have selected their merchant and with him have made a contract to furnish goods at 10 per cent ad vance on tho cost price In some few local ities they are reported not to have succeeded quite ro well as this in which case they make tho best contract they can but refuse to guarantee any stated amount of patronage and the members who choose may go to a larger town where the jir cent contract obtains Here they mass all their trade on the one merchant who has struck a bargain with their contracting committee buy of him every article that is bought at all pay him spot cash and out as independent as a lino of kings Efow It in In Kalamazoo the merchants who suffered by this application of the cash principle iu btisiness undertook to swamp tho rival whom tho patrons had favored and put down their goods lower than his own But that couldnt last In consideration of his selling to them at the 10 per cent advance ttis man had received tho guarantee of n certain volume of trade With tho certain ty that every dime of it was as good as cash since it was cash and with the belief that he could live on the profit obtained there from he let his rivals writhe They might coquette with custom as much as they liked The patrons stood by their contract whether they liked it or not Helping the Farmer Hold Hid Croi But there is more iu the movement of the Patrons of Industry than the simple pur chase or their goods at a reduced price As they advance in age and number they will gather a greater financial strength The lodge treasuries will be munitions of war for the members The man who has produce to sell for which no adequate price is offered need not be compelled to market it until such time as he can market it at a profit To the extent of his garnered crop he will be entitled to such advance in cash from the treasury heaped by mutual labors as will tide him over the dark days and bring him to a season when prices hare felt the effect of a limited supply and will rise to a legiti mate figure The Political Feature Every law that sets the rich man above the poor wan must bo wiped out says a leading organizer at Grand Rapids Every statute which makes capital a master and labor a slave must be expurgated Every decision bought and sustained in defiance of Justice and right must be reversed I shall live to see the day when there will be an ab solute unlimited free coinage of gold and silver to see the last national bank go out of existence and the last govern ment bond bought and destroyed 1 shall live to see a national currency as good as the nation is strong and honorable to gether with gold and silver certificates and gold and silver coin the only money in this land and to see the time when no man can get a corner on any metal to reap a fortune out of prostituted legislation We need more money The volume con be doubled without in any way depressing the value or pur chasing power or the dollar Not Cold Enough for Gloves CHICAGO Jan Aeppli I glove manufacturers assigned Saturday aft ernoon Liabilities about nominal assets may possibly reach the same amount The immediate causa of the failure was the unseasonable weather THS RUSSIAN PESTILENCE Extraordinary Death Rate ia New Xotes of the Epidemic NEW YORK Jan extent to which tha prevailing malady has seized upon people of New York can be estimated in EOITJO degree by the number of cases which are registered at the different hospitals At Bellevue hospital there have been sixtyare new cases since Dec 2i Some of the cases are severe as that of Paul Hoffman who be came insance through the disease Yester day Dr Hoffman was much better The death rate for the city for ths twentyfour hours up to noon yesterday was 07 A Remedy for Tile Grip ST Louis Mo Jan Win Robert Ebell a native of St Petersburg Russia a commercial traveler of this city informs tho United Press that la is a well known disease in Russia originating among the lower classes bocausa of a lack of clean liness It is infectious to a great degree and partakes of ths nature of uasal catarrh A simple remedy Cor it which cures at ones if taken during tuo first stages is as follows Half a glass of boiling milk mixed with the tame quantityof genuine imported German seltzer Mr Eoel says this remedy is used with such success in Russia that the govern ment officials promulgated it throughout the empire Increased liate it Boston BOSTON Jan number of deaths in Boston last week reached the probably un equaled number of 3JT of which some 40 per cent are duo to acute lung diseases and are therefore traceable in great part to the pre vailing epidemic known as laj grippe The death rate is 4077 whereas iu the corre sponding week of 1SSO tho rata was only 2107 Ncaiiy Sneezing Their Ileails Ofl JYLTiMORE Mil Jan half the midouts lit tre JotmsHopkins university tio nearly sneezing their heads off Several Jays ago ihe grippe visited them and it has oeen steadily increasing until now A special from Charleston Va says that Henry D Winkler a banker of that city died yesterday of the grippe Vrtnecsa Has influenza BERLIN Jan 6 Jinny deaths are occur ring from influenza Among tho prominent persons afllicted with disease in a serious form are the Princess Bismarck and Coun cillor Von Uottunburg JLa Grliio is Fatal NEW YORK Jan deaths from la grippe were reported to the coroners office yesterday Most ot tho deaths occurred in cheap lodging houses or in the tenement bouse district A JPuMisliev Falld a Victim BERLIN Jan Perthes thopub of the Almanac do Gothi died Satur itiv from Chicago Not Ovcrlookml CHICAGO Jan la grippe lias made its appearance iu this city the doctors now generally admit and there aro hundreds of cases too the epidemic however is not severe and is not corsUkro 1 dangerous to life so far It is not so provelant that any oivi would uotico tho fact there are no throngs of sneezing men oil the streets or at public places rs described iu eastern and other cities Still a great many people have been laid upfor a day or two during tha past ten days ascribing their illness to grip It iermoafts tlie Countjrv The telegraph news is full reports of the disease in all puts oi the country N II reporls that the grip has a strong hold in that city nud vicinity and ono death uc lipping The attendance it tha schools at Boston has decreased from 20 to 50 per cent owing to the influenza The New York medical society discussed the prevalent epidemic nud concluded that the only remedy was to take careot the weak who muy be stricken At Farkcrburg W Va the disease is in creasing K E Homer editor of The Sen tinel is reported fatally ill From 400 to 500 easesaro reported from Johnstown Pa The first death from la grippe in Balti more occurred yesterday afternoon Tha victim was John B Kissiier a carpet weaver There are a number of cases at Waterloo la Mouticello Ills Davenport la and many other cities and towns in the west Milwaukee is very generally It struck the railway md newspaper offices nnd affects people in all conditions of life There in no letup in Xow York where tho loath rate last week was higher than known for a number of years past The number registered deaths 1JO against an average for a series of years of 700 The number ol fntnl cases is reported at 370 but most of these cases bavi been complicated with piieeinouia The biliianlist Slcsson has the grip and is disabled so that he cannot practice the dis ease affecting his eyes Tho dowager empress of Germany the kaisers mother is very low with influenza a change for worse having taken place last night Tho Voituguese iu Africa LOSDOX Jan claims set forth by Portugal to territory in Southeast Africa in clude five British settlements in the main tenance and development of which have been expended by British traders and missions Increase In the Circulation WASHISOTOX Cnr Jan treasury department monthly statement changes ia tae circulation shows a net increase during the past month of December aggregating Its superlorertellence proven to millions erf homes for more thanft quarterof a century It iq used ty the tfnitsd States Gorernment En d irse3 by the heads of the great Universities as the Strongest Purest and most Healthful Dr Trices Crenm Bukiitg Powder docs not contain Atnmonia Lirne or Alum Sold onl T in cans PRICE BAKING POWDER CO New York Chicago San Francijeo St Loote Washing Clothes or cleaning house with ordinary soap is like rolling a heavy stone up hill it takes main strength and a good deal of it The same work done with Pearline is like rolling the stone down easy quick true goes right to the mark and with very little labor All dirt must QQ before PEARLINE It robs womans hardest work of its praiseworthy theft by the The question it or does it not hurt the hands clothes or paint We tell you it we arc interested as well as ask your friends who use it youll find most oi them do the annual consumption is equal to about three packages a year for every family in the land But better a package it costs but a few pennies and every grocer keeps and try it for your gam will be larger than ours jr Peddlers and some unscrupulous grocers are offering W imitations which they claim to be Pearline or the V V CVA same as Pearline ITS are not and 58 JAMES PYLE New York T V besides arc dangerous DEWENTER THE HATTER W H JOHNSON President J F JOHNSON fatier STATE NATIONAL BANK DEPOSIT VAULTS The Safes in this absolutely Fire Proof Vault are especially adapted for the deposit of Deeds Mortgages Notes Bonds and all Valuable Papers also JeAelrya etc Rents are placed at nominal prices of to per year each The Vaults and Safes are fitted with all mociern Im provements and we cordially invite the public to call and ex amine them This Cut Represents one of the Largest and fat Tailorii Estaft In the State If you want a fine Suit of Clothes over coat or Pair of Pantaloons call around to the Tailoring Parlors of JACOB BERZ 409 MARKET ST WhoslMotto is TO PLEASE JUST RECEIVED a new lot of CLAY D1AG NOLS in various designs guar anteed not to glaze HOLIDAY GOODS At Ben Fishers Drug Store 311 FOURTH STREET FOR o 323 0 404 PF YOU WANT HOLIDAY LAMPS Made of Good Material go to SNIDERS CHRISTMAS ROBES Fur and Plush Robes at Henry T tickers CARRIAGE HARNESS STORE J   

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