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Logansport Pharos (Newspaper) - January 9, 1890, Logansport, Indiana LOGA 15TH YEAE THURSDAY EVENING JASUAttY 9 1890 NO 219 JOHN BRAYS G Or evry Uin1 They must go rain or sYire wf have too many of them and we mast tfct ril of them no matter what H coats to uo so PLEASE COME At nco aui makeyour selections as we will not to wait ulf tomers ixt wuclc but will liavo extra THE DTJDLilY CASE Voorhees and Edmunds Enter tain the Senate DEBATE ON THE BLOCKS OF HVT11 amination made of the files oi tho office and finds that there are now pending in the pen sion bureau 460516 unadjudicatod claims classified as follows Invalid claims Ib29oo claims 75370 invalid increase claims widows increase and accrued claims 2415 Commissioner Raum has osr Niiirr oyiv SATURDAY JAN nth The Ivy IenM A strictly Olum Company liicluiini li Talented Irisii Comedian CpRRDLL JOHNSON LLateir lulinson Sliivins Minstrels Cnr load of Scenery A Powerful Dramatic Company Urplftrwith New Songs nnd Ounces rrohiatioi New York lit cho lltiSt Theatre IAL Wanted rcsidiince property on High cast North of Broadway s Price not to exceed SI000 Want fid residence on Spear and streets Iriees vury from S700 to WunUil n3idencc on west Spear strcot Price no to txeeetl Wauled resiilenci on W eslside I i ice from 3700 to For sale desirable ivsiJtnccs on iwi Uroadwnv For side desirublo residence on cst North street For sale ilifiniblc s on the Fur sale elieap two resiliencies on Ohio For sale desirable residence at 802 Spenr street For sale lots in Westcml addition on easy payments For sale 9Jneres in Knatend and ao in the Westend For trntle farms for city property For trade city property for city prop erty or for farms For trade fnrms of nil kinds tor mer chandise For tnuli orange grove in Florida For piirtisulnrs enquire of M M GORDON Pension and Real Estate Agent Elliott Block Logansport Ind PURH1TUKE tho Lowest OUR DESIGNS None lint the best workmanship nl lovel to leave our salesroom I W Henderson SI02 tthSt DA KFOGIU RODNF 1STHAIN KROEGErUSTRp Tho Indiana Senator Brings tiie Presi dents Name into tlte Matter and Re flects Upon Quay Who Promptly Re Edmunds Recites a tittle JIoo Crookedness as a StandOff ami Dan Declares It Inciting The Itcsolutlon Adopted j WASHINGTON CITY Jan As soon as pportunity offered in the senate yesterday roorhees called up his resolution relating to ho blocks of five latter and ColWWDud jys exemption from arrest for alleged con ection therewith and proceeded to address he senate upon it at some length He said he crime of Dudley had inflicted an in delible stain on the election of 1S33 and im peached the iiitegrity of thu political result hat followed Tho crime was practically Confessed yet tho benificiary of a polluted allot box now iu high place had felt com piled to shield tho corrupt implement of that success from the penalties due to such notorious guilt Voorhees sent to tho clerks desk to bo read the celebrated blocks of Ive letter imputed to Dudley Tlic President Attacked He said that the days and weeks that fol lowed tho publication of this letter would always be remembered for tho rapidity au dacity and fecundity with which the most selfevident falsjhnods were conceived and put forth by the llapuMcan press to avert tho odium and escape the penalises an organized attempt at wholesale bribery Voorhees spoke of Dudley as tho personal representative of Benjamin Harrison on the national Republican committee He said that after the publication Quay went to Ir dianapolis to see those who held the fate oJ tho Republican party in the hollow of their feands and that it was very natural to as sume that when ho called on President Har rison there it was to secure for Dudley im munity from prosecution Otiay Snys It Is Not True Quay who had not taken his eyes from Voorhees during his speech hero arose and said I state to tli3 senator from Indiana that it is not true that in Indianapolis I con ferred with those who had tho Republican party in tho hollow of their baud or con ferred with any one in regard to the case of Mr Dudley Judge mill Attorney Criticised Voorhcesi criticised very severely the part which Judge Voois was said to have taken in preventing the finding of a bill of indict ment against Dudley Ho said lie desired to know whether tho action of District Attor ney Chambers in ordering a Uuitod States coinmiscioner not to issuo n warrant for Dudleys arrest was authorized by tho attor ney general and ho would like tc knosv also what right the district attorney had to issue such an order Ho thought Chambers should bo dismissed and that this was tho best op portunity the president would ever have of disavowing his sympathy with Dudleys crime Eiluiunils Up the Iiglit Edmunds offeree 1 a substitute for tho reso lution as follows That the attorney gener al be and hereby is instructed to inform the senate what instructions if any tho depart ment of justice has given to S H Chambers dis rict attorney for tho district oE Indiana on the subject of tho arrest of Vr W Dud ley and his exemption from arrest and by what authority of law any such instructions have been pivcu and tlint copios of all such correspondence bo transmitted to tha senate Edmunds said that if Dudley had cone all that ho was charged with ho had certainly committed if not LI crime against the United States a crime against that class of public morality which the senator from Indiana had so beautifully described Still it was possible that tho Dudley letter bad been forged or so altered as to make a morally innocent political letter appear a morally guilty one He referred to the Morey letter and said that he was glad the leaders tho Democratic party had apparently reformed Laughter iu the galleries Dudley Charged VVHU Skulking Voorhees asked why Dudley was skulking and hiding if tho letter was a forgery Edmunds replied that ho did not believe that Dudley was skulking anywhere Voorhees charged that every effort had been made to get Dudley within the limits of the stato of New York to prosecute his libel suits against the New York papers but with out success Edmunds said that in that case the defend ants were ho supposed entitled to a judg ment in their favor If Dudley had any li bel suits ha probably knew how to take care of them Edmunds continued that the letter if genuine was undoubtedly an offense against the laws of tho state of Indiana but where he asked had been tho Democratic district attorneys before the chaug e of ad ministration Miglit Have Beeu no Imitation Ho suggested that the Dudley letter might have been imitated of one which had beau out by Mr Whitaker of Martinsville Ind chairman of a Democratic county com mittee on Sept 7 1888 That letter which ho sent to tho desk to bo read was he said the twin of the Dudley letter He did not vouch for the letter but it was published in Tho Terre Hauto Express Edmunds spoke at length about the tallysheet frauds in In diana iu 1SSG and referred to the fact that placed S5atO of these claims on the list files for immediate considera tion BEFORE THE WAYS AND MEANS De GOTHAM ALABMED Startling Death List York City in New LA GRIPPES PATAL WORK GOES The Iarmlng Interest Vigorously mandlng Protection WASHINOT03 CITY Jan ways and means committes yesterday concluded the hearing on tobacco I Bigeur of Hew York wanted a duty on fillers of 33 cents per pound end on wrappers of from 83 to 85 Several other gentlemen advocated high duties on foreign tobacco especially Suma tria some of the speakers being farmers who demanded protection for their interest w E Picelet a farmer of Pennsylvania fa vored the repeal of the internal revenue tax on tobacco but told tho committee that the farmers wanted duties on agricultural prod ucts equal to those on manufactures and if this congress did not do this the farmers would get one that wuuld He wanted egga aud cabbage put on tho dutiable list Other Subjects Talked About A number of articles were then discussed by different gentlemen In regard to whisky George T Stagg of Kentucky wanted tc do away with monthly bonds and the substi tution of an annual bond He did not com plain of the tax but would like to see it re duced Ho knew nothing the whisky trust nnd said it did not exist in Kentucky Arguments were made in favor of protect ing the rice industry by a number of gentle men from the south while Congressman Lansing of New York advocated a duty of 40 cents per bushel on beans and peas in stead of 20 cents J C Brown of Pennsyl1 vania and Franklin Dye secretary of the j agricultural board of New Jersey addressed the committee in favor of protecting the agricultural interest while B Landreth seed spoke for protection of his in dustry Transactions in Congress WASHINGTON CITY Jan ness of general interest was done in eithei house of congress yesterday In the senate some routine business was disposed of and then Voorhees called of his blocks of resolution the matter was dIscussod and a substitute proposed by Edmunds containing the substance of Voorhees resolution adopted by a party vote after which a secret session was held at which nothing of interest was clone and the senate adjourned Tho house devoted the day to considera tion and passage of the District appropria tion bill An Increase of 50 Per Cwcit in Deaths from the Itnsslan Scourpe and Its Allies Ircilertalicrs Orcrirlielnicd and the Sledicine Kenning of the Epidemic in New England and Hio Universal Affliction NEW YORK Jan the figures on the death rato came in at noon yesterday to no health board they acknowledged that they were alarmJ the number for the twentyfour hours since Tuesday noon was 250 deaths Whan Dr yask scsnued the death certificates ho found that two deaths both of men over 40 yeans age wore due directly to the grip fourteen to fhc grip complicatcd with ether of tho victims being a child thirtystiver tc bronchitis siityona to paoumonia caused or aggravated by the gnj the grip and to consumption Tho oliur ninetytwo deaths were duo to th various complaints which usually figure ha Ilia daily record The death list from la grippe and its allies was 50 per cent greater than at uny time since the malady reached our shores Undertakers Worked to Deatii The undertakers are worked to tho extent of their facilities and many funerals are still delayed beyond the advertised hour be cause of the demand for hearses Tie police force is still in a crippled condition although many of the convalescent officers aru return ing to duty The total number of deaths in the force since the epidemic began is four teen Tiro occurred Tuesday The number of officers who reported thnmselves mfit for duty yesterday was S90 against 413 Tuesday The Druggists Kunnirg Out of Jiifdiciiio The drug trade havo sont out notices that thoy have more orders for antipyrino than they can fill in a month The dru is made in Hesse Darmstadt Germany by a man named Knorr and has been on the market about two years It is a product of coal tar and is evolved by a secret process It is said that phcuacotina a new drug discovered by a German chemist isbMnj us 1 by the medi cal profession in tb3 present epidemic in place of niitipyrene A cable has just been received from Russia siying that phenacotinc is the drug usid in the present epidemic there There were 171 deaths in Brooklyn during the past week an increase of 111 over th previous week if FROM VARIOUS EASTERN POINTS house on Woman avenue Tuesday of pneu monia which was produced by influenza La grippe has attacked the Desplaines street police force and as a conssqusnco twentyj seven men are off duty Capt Laughlin and Sergt Kelly are among the stricken There are saveral dangerous cases at Shel byville Ills Kolamazoo Mich reports ISO cases A Governor Laid Up TOPEKA Kan Jan Hum phrey and State Treasurer Hamilton are both confined to bed with influenza governor is not dangerously ill but Mr Hamilton is seriously sick The Grip at Galeslmrg Ills GALESBUBG Ill Jan hai reached Galesburg and a number of railroad men are down vrith the disease ANDREW JACKSONS BIRTHDAY Celebrated by Democrats in Various Cit ies vhe Country CHICAGO Jan Jacksoni birthday was celebrated here by a street parade of Democratic societies yesterdaj atternoon followed in the evening by memorial mooting at Central Music hall lisGovernor Proctor Kuott of Kentucky Judge Benjamin Patton of Ohio the onlj surviving representative of the Jackson ad ministration aud Gen John F Wheless oi Tennessee delivered addresses On the platform Was the desk upon which President Jackson wrote his famous veto of the bank ing bill and also the table upon which he DEWENTER THE HATTER The Worlds Fair IigUt WASHINGTON CITY Jan the senate special committee on tho Worlds fair of 1S02 began hearing the rival cities The first city to put in its claim was St Louis and it was represented by Governor Francis of Missouri and a number of St Louis gentleman They urged the central location of St Lords and said there would bo no trouble about a site os thoy had six to chooso from Judge Kelly Slowly Sinking WASHINGTON CITY Jan Kelly is slowly sinking There is no hope of his recovery At midnight last night Dr Stan ton his physician said that he might live a few days and ha might die within a few hours Medals for the Greely Survivors WASHINGTON CITY Jan its moat Boston Shows Less Bcatiis IJnt Is a very con nuiTibcof death BOSTON Jan siderabls falling off iu t reported to tha of oclock yesterday o at the same hum deaths had been roporcoi ycsterdiy against he uunbor re civL Tutday flirtythro fiftysix Tuesday that these Hjure5 death rate h many of tho Undertaker 0 163 Urosdwsy Galls Promptly to Day or FINE PERFUMES FOR THE Sim Coy was not expelled by his Democratic brethren of the city council Indianapolis but drew pay as a member of that body while ho was serving the county in jail He also rehearsed the charges that inmates of insane asylums and pauper institutions in Indiana had been taken to the polls and had voted tho slxaight Democratic ticket The letter alleged to have been written by Mr SVhitaker instructs one of his corre spondents to Make the doubtful list as small as possible and mark every one who has to have money sis float Look cldsoly after every one LeS no one escape In referring to Sim Coy Edmunds said If this Coy had been a Republican I should havo appealed to him as one brother Repub lican to another to just let the common council pay go and take his state prison pay because there is a statute of tho United States certainly against drawing double pay for any kind of service Laughter Ed munds was prcivokmgly satirical all through his remarks Yoorhees Sim Coy Voorhees charged that tho senator from Vermont had Ibsen coached by the attorney spsech ho had made ing yesterday morning the senate committee on naval affairs agreed to report favorably the bill giving medals to tha survivors of the Greely relief expedition THE MONTANA DIFFICULTY Democratic State Senators Eefuse to Oc cupy Their Seats MINNEAPOLIS Minn Jim Jour nals Helena JMotit special say When tho senate met yesterday morning none of tho Democrat senators was present A call oi tho house was ordered and the sergeantat arms sent out in search of the absent mem bers Parberry was found but he refusec to come stating that there was no authority for taking him Inasmuch as Governor Tools Tuesday night signed the certificates of Clark and Maginnis thus recognizing the organization of the senate this defiance is regarded as serious Tho governor has also recognized tho senate by sending in his mes sage and Lieutenant Governor Richards has ordered the sergeantatarms to bring the absentees before the bar of the senate even if he has to invoke aid from the civil author ities Secretary of State Rotwitt will not sigi tho certificates of tho Democratic Unite States senators under any circumstances Think It Would Be Bad Policy NEW YORK Jan Star says tha several members of tho southern society op posed tho recent adoption by the society o resolutions eulogistic of Jefferson Davi There is also some opposition to tha holdin of a banquet in honor of Gen Lee on th 20th of this month The dissentients admir tho characters of Davis and Lee but are afraid that by so publicly honoring the con federate chieftains they will lose standing in northern business and social circles Ko Typlius Aboard the WesSernland NEW YORK Jan quarantine com missioners state that no typhus fever cases wero reported aboard the steamer West board of health say iiifUci tc that th j decreased but rather that j undertakers arc so busy they havenot been able to report the deaths Universal in Now Knglunil In Athol Mass tharii are ovjr 0i case of la grippe Tho Iculing physicians uv ill several schools avo cla2Cl and tin factories are running short hanrlcl In Great Falls H over ICO people 1 with tho disease Natick Mas reports from to 35 per piin tho shops aliUctod and eut of the poop11 he doctors all tick About 800 persons havo been prostrated in osvell Many teachers and pupils are sick m New BodCorcl and Marblehcad Nbrwnlk estimates that 10 per cent of tiie afflicted In Salem M per cent of the school chil dren arc out and The superior court has suspended its sittings In Lowell Arlbur Phelan died Tuesday ot capillary bronchitis superinduced by la grippe There are hundreds of absentees rom the mills end schools In Nashua N H it is estimated that there have been 2500 cases and the number is increasing In Providence R I Mr Howard Deuio wrote his first message to congress Ex Governor Knotts speech was an elaborate history of Gen Jacksons career and highlj eulogistic and that of Judge Patton was a collection of reminiscences of tho hero o New Colurabns O Celebrates COLUMBUS O Jan Jackson ban quet last night was an immense affair Covers were laid for 100 guests Hon G Barger presided At the main table were seated Hon Calvin S Brice Hon J H Thomas Hon J A Mcllahon Hon C W Baker and Hon Samuel F Hunt all can didates for United States senator ExPost master General Don 31 Dickinson who was to havo responded to the toast The Union was not present A number of toasts wen drunk and eloquent responses made A Dinner at Boston BOSTOX Jan the Democratic state committee had finished their business yesterday their attended a dinner at Tremont house in celebration of Jackson1 day Among those present were Charles Levi Woodbury Leopold Morse Patrick Maguire William Aspinwall Patrick A Collins James H French J M Breunan oi Providence Mayor Carroll of Pawtueket and others Mr Collins and others spoke mostly on state issues llutler Extols Gen Jackson BOSTOK Jan Butler club held its annual dinner last night at tho Parker house and celebrated Jackson day Gen Butler Corporal Tanner Josiah G Abbott John I Baker John G Linehan Commissiouel Tobin and about 10 others were present Gen Butler made a speech extolling Jackson especially as nu enemy of mugwumps and denounced the Australian ballot system Corporal Tanner Judge Woodbury and others also spoke New York Business Men NEW YOBK Jan Business Mens Democratic club tendered n banquet at the Hoffman house last night to Govselect Boies Iowa Campbell of Ohio McKinney of Virginia Abbott of New Jersey and Toolo of Montana The dinner was also in celebration of the battle of New Orleans Letters were received from Grover Clove land Gov Hill and others W B JOHNSON President JF JOHNSON Cashier STATE NATIONAL BANK DEPOSIT VAULTS The Safes in this absolutely Burglaivand Fire Proof Vault are especially adapted for the deposit of Deeds Mortgages Notes Bonds and all Valuable Papers also ate 1 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 tho public to call and ex amine them This Cut Represents one of the lisl Larptandtat Tailoring Establishments 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 mi 403 MARKET ST TO PLEASE JUST WhosMotto Is RECEIVED a new lot of CLAY D1AG NOLS in various designs guar anteed not to glaze ernland on Dec 5 The commissioners dis credit the statement emanating from Au gusta Me that the New York board ot health has warned the whole country against danger from such cases Death of an EsGoveTiior PORTLAND Ore Jan George L Woods died yesterday after a long and painful illness He was elected gov ernor of Oregon in 1866 and in 1877 was ap pointed governor of Utah by President Grant Since 1874 he has been living on the Pacific coast practicing law Death of a Methodist Clergyman SYRACUSE N T Jan Rev Den nison S Liimey financial manager anc cratic candidate for tho mayoralty was de lirious with the grippe Tuesday night The disease is severely felt apng the valley of the Blackstone and Pawtuxet rivers New port and Bristol counties Rhode Island havo it lightly but elsewhere there is much and severe illness There has been a marked increase of the death rate throughout the state Deputy Warden Huckins of the the state prison was taken with la grippe last Friday The disease has developed into congestion of the lungs aud heart failure and he is not ex pected to live Six other prison officials aud about forty convicts arc now suffering vlth influenza Four Deaths at Rochester X Y ROCHESTER N Y Jan deaths from pneumonia have been reported during Tuesday and yesterday and in each case the illness had resulted from tho Russian influ enza Invading the Academies ASBOVEH Mass Jan 0 is rag in here Quite a number of students at Phillips academy and Professors Comstock Gile and Jeernesan are suffering with it WESTERN DISTRICTS AFFLICTED Kapid Progress of the Epidemic in Da Uota and Elsewhere llnrsEAPOLis Minn Jan special to The Tribune from Yankton S D says La grippe had full ssvay here during tho past week about 100 cases being reported THE DEADLY TRICHINOSIS A Farmers Generosity Spreads It All Over a Township AUSTIN Minn Jan number of people are still very ill with trichinosis at Brownsdalo this township Tho total num ber of sufferers is about 230 but only seven or eight arc dangerously ill A few days be fore Christinas a farmer named Schreck slaughtered four hogs and invited a number of his friends to dinner Thirtythree people sat down to the meal and a few dSfrs later all were taken sick Other familos Bad been given pieces of the meat and soon an alarm ing stato OH things prevailed nearly the entire community being more or less affected A Child the First Victim A local physician declared that the people wero suffering from trichinosis but no one thought of serious consequences until Mr Schrecks 10yearold boy died Then physi cians from this place wero called in and the people became convinced that the trouble was a serious one The doctors say it will be some clays before tho disease will develop itself so that they can foretell the outcome Gave Her Life for Her Gold LOKDOX Jan workmen engaged in removing tho debris of the summer pal aco at Laeken which was recently de tor Infants and Children Is to well dapted to children thai I Ireconine7dTtaTOperiortonypMeriptta I known to me H JL AMUTO M D I gotten Ill Bo Oxford St Brooklyn N T I Wlttwut iiaprtooi laxUortton I Wilhoot iaja m COBFAMT 77 Murray Street N Y strcycd by fire li ave made clear the cause of Three physicians are among the afflicted Only one case which was followed by pneumonia has proved fatal At Vermiliion twenty five mileii east of Yankton fifty cases ara known all physicians of tho town being down with the disease MINNEAPOLIS Minn Jan 9 A special to The Tribune from Sioux Falls S D says Since the advent of la grippe in this city less than two weeks ago something over the separation of the young governess Mile Drnncotirt from her mistress Princess Clementine resulting in her death while the princess was saved By the side of the charred skeleton of the governess was found a bag of gold coins which the young lady had manifestly hastened to secure before leaving the burning building and the delay thus caused resulted in her death Remarkable Suicide of a Boy SAX FRANCISCO Jan Elevenyearold Flint ran away from home Tuesday and was gone all night His father found him on the street yesterday and called to him The boy ran though the father prom ised not to harm him The little fellow en tered a hallway and before Mr Flint could PARYINS I2th Street Drug Store agent of the Wesleyan Methodist association of America died here Tuesday afternoon The deceased was born in Dresden fif tynme years ago and came here from Boston Declared jLauipson Elected COLTTKBTJS 0 Jan two houses of the legislature yesterday in joint convention canvassed the vote for state officers and tha declared Hon 200 cases havo been reported There are Ho said Coy had sent to jail by a partlson malicious court The people had j rlnco sustained Coy at tho polls j At tho cloea oS the discussion Edmunds j amendment was agreed to by a party vote of 81 to 24 i Itefmre Pension OlBee now nearly a hundred persons in the city suffering from the disease and from one to a dozennew cases are reported daily Two Deaths at Pcorin PsoKii Ills Jan edge that two deaths have taken pluce here from influenza Among the more promi nent sufferers are Postmaster Sione Judge States Attorney Niehaus are laid up Pasteur Recommends PAEIS Jan wlwia asked yes terday what he considered the remedy for the grippe remaried Let men and women both quit sxcoMng tobacco and of ore ITCKJSIUII Kvoiiieu uvtii Crrr smoke camphor tosUjd n tkqrwmjKb an The Affliction at Chicago CHICAGO Jan grippe is fastening its clutches on the cleijymea of Chicago and they are sneezing and coughing in a wonder fully orthodox manner ifany of the West Charles J Willis A drirvr on streeii died at his boarding reach him sihot himself dead No cause is known for the act Clement had always been a good boy and was well treated Bad Start in Married Ufe NASHVILIE Tenn Jan N Mc Lemore member in tho firm of H A Mc Lomore Bros millers Columbia this state has skipped and is several thousand dol lars short in his accounts The hist heard of McLemore was at St Louis where he mar ried Hiss Ivellie Carrick who lived at Columbin but was visiting in that city Keligions Taberty in Brazil Rio DZ JAXEJBO Jan government has issued a decree proclaiming the separa ration of church and state guaranteeing re ligious equality and continuing the life sti pends granted under the monarchy The Captures a Cowboy CITY Mo Jan Lone the noted cowboy shortstop signed a five Tears contract with the Boston Leaguo club yesterday The InlEant King Improving MABEID Jan infant kineof Spain was considerably better last night and rapid ly improTlng Packed the Jury on Them JACKSONVILLE Fla Jan During the trial yesterday of a man named Chairs a Democrat for election fraud Deputy Mar shal Kirk a witness in the case produced a letter from John R Mizell United marshal in which the former is directed to make out a list of fifty or sixty true and tried Republicans to serve on the United States grand jury before which came The lawprohibits such tion and much indignation against Mizell expressed by citizens regardless of party Parnell a Denial LONDON Jan in reply to the vote of the Ennistown board exprearing confidence in the ability of sustain charges against him The action of the board mayibe more ad vantageously met with the deadly weapon of silent contempt This I intend while ut terly and entirely denying all culpability fatally Hurt by a Urakemwi CLEVELAND O Jan young man named Thompson who was stealing a ride into Cleveland from Elyria on a freight car yesterday morning was assaulted iy a brakeman who Is yet unknown and knocked i from the train In falling Thosapwn struck upon his head and was so badly toj jured that he cannot live it Cold Out VTest WELLS Isev Jan taometers indicated 22 degrees below zero Tuesday night spirit thermometers at Elko indicated 50 below openefl ciosea tooa Live iitcckThe following were the tlons at iho Union stock yurde opened active best heavy lots 5c hifiier unchanged light grades VA rough acldng mixed loU 370 packing and shipping loU Elfin creamery 7c 1 finest dairy paaWngaf TiaSc freeh V Ice hoiuis Lire OSSc Cftinbsrrl Wtoconiln ICew York Saw TOBX ft Wh 3 red winter tuurr ther The Weather We May Kipect WASHESOTON Crrr Jan following are the weather indications for thirtysli hours from 8 p m yesterday For Indiana j and slightly warmer weather weiterly winds For YWajonsiaFair weather colder in northern stationary tcmocraturo In ijouthera p rtioa w nds becom nj variable For IowaFair rlighlv waraier weithen westerly winds For Lower ill hi j local snows on 1 ikes fair weather in interior northwesterly winds colder in upihrn por tion stationary temperaure in southern portion For Upper weather followed by light local snows Bolder north erly winds THE MARKETS CHICAGO Jaa 8 On the beard of trade todaj quotations ranged as follows WheatNo 2 January j opened closed February opened closed TTMc Mayopened dosed CornNo 2 January opened losed ZSJsSc February Fbnarr opened and cloeed opened J967K closed WTO cash do do March but tteadri no do January Tebmary lire fltoote cneloe naUr oewi CREAM Itt superior proren jo homes for more than
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