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   Logansport Pharos (Newspaper) - June 2, 1890, Logansport, Indiana                                LOGANSPORT DAILY PHAKO8 16TH YEAE MONDAY EVENING JUNE 2 1890 NO 29 Then arc many white soaps PBODTJCTSIN PAWN Carlisles View of the Farmers Warehouse Idea the supervisors selections of enumerators jTM except in a few instances where the fit 111 OF EABIES I represented to be jut as good as the Ivory are not but like all counterfeits they lack the peculiar uil remarkable qu iHdes of tlie genuine Ask for Ivory Soap and insist upon having it sold everywhere DECLARED A PAWN BROOH8 PLAN JOHN BRAYS GORNBR ON ALL KINDS QF Early Summer Qoodp Challies Zephyrs Ginghams Dragon Black Organdies Dragon Black Lace Stripes uncl Checks Dragon Black Bat iste Toil Uu Nord Plum and Stripe CbiiHiliriiys MUCH Chumhrays white Embroidered Flouncing Plain and Checked Nainsook India Linen and other kinds of White Goods p Corner is on Goods not on storerooms BARGAINS Line Improved Gasoline Stoves Lanfe Line Natural Oas Sloven for Summer Use Big Line of Refrigerators Uundsome Refrigerator Sidelcards Fine Assortment of Manlles Crates nnd Cabinets re Cream fcrc yers Water Coolers Until Tubs Also n CJenernl Line of Stovea aad Hardware All kinds of Tin and Slate Hooting done to order FOSTER BAILEY No 41 Market Street Next to Krauts Barber Shop Will Cure Your Haaciache GELNTS 5 AT RHRL7IITS 12thSt Drug Store REAL ESTATE Kor sal1 For side For sale For sale For sale Usage Chip 13 resil mvs on 10 residences on Spear street I residences on North street I residences on Market street residences on Eighth Ninth and Eleventh streets For sale residences on pewa anil Miami streets To trade 6 good firms for city prop erty Brick business house in Peru to trade for a farm Business blocks in the city to trade for K good farm Two dry goods stocks to trade for farms Four stock farms to trade for im proved farms and city property For particulars enquire of M M GORDON Pension anil Heal Estate Agent Flliott f BlockcLogansport Ind That Kentucky Statesman Coiiniilerti Sufficient to Condemn the Enumerator Will Cull on You Btguii Today Itouard to tho Obnoxious Ques President at Capital News WASHIXGTOX dry June B F Howard of Tuskogee Ala Senator Car lisle has written a letter in response to Mr Howards request for the senators views upon the bill providing for a system of government warehouses for farm products upon which products treasury notes may be Issued After declaring thnt tho trouble with the farmers is referable to the tariff Carlisle rehearses the features of the pro posed subtreasury plan and notes the facts thut the farmers themselves will pay more than their fair share of the cost of erecting tho warehouses and that the of ficers connected with them will bo partis ans of tho administration in power Only Rlnli Counties JJeneflted Carlisle then says There are more than counties in tho United States But not more than onethird of them if that many produce and sell annually more than 500000 worth of wheat corn oats cotton and tobacco and therefore not more than onethird of them could possibly avail themselves this plan If it were adopted for the bill provides that a county in order to secure a warehouse must produce and sell annually farm products valued at It will be Been therefore at the very outset that it is a plan to compel the government to issue and distribute money for the benefit of tho people living In the rich and productive counties at the expense of the people liv ing In the poorer and loss productive ones Would le Ilo for Speculators Moreover it is a plan to enable un scrupulous speculators to take advantage of the farmers pecuniary necessities and extort exorbitant prices for food from peo ple who reside in tho cities towns and villages and from people who reside in the country but do not own these particular agricultural prod ucts It is evident that no farmer will subject himself to the labor and expense of transporting his property to the public warehouse and to all other charges which he must pay for storage for handling and tor taking care of them while there when he bas haras and granaries ut home xinless he Is in debt and absolutely needs the money which the government is to ad vance and if he is in that unfortunate condition from what source is he after wards to acciuire the means to redeem the products by returning the money and in terest and paying the warehouse charges How It Would All Kuil In a great majority of cases he will never be able to redeem them but will be forced to lose the remaining 20 per cent of the value of his products or ware house receipts for whatever he can get for them which will be very little for it must be remembered that after he gets his warehouse receipts he has a remaining in terest of only UO per cent less charges for interest storage etc and this is all he can dispose of Ho will find the time rapidly approaching when ho must have money to redeem his products or sell his small re maining interest in them or allow to bo sold at public auction by the govern ment and this will be the golden oppor tunity 01 the speculators whose agents will swarm all over the country ready to take tho warehouse receipts from the cm barrusseil owners for a merely nominal sum Only a 1uwii Urokers Ticket The receipt is simply a privilege of re demption like a pawn brokers ticket and the farmer being himself unable to re deem will be forced ultimately to dispose of it nt any price offered I do not think that any considerable number of intelli geut people in this country will unite in asking government to establish a sys tem which will compel them in a large number of eases to sacrifice tho products of their labor General Kltect of tlie Scheme Carlisle argues at some length to show that the plan proposed would produce an annual expansion and contraction oE the currency which would result in abso lutely destroying the market upon which the Ciirmer must depend for the sale of his crops and that the cotton farmers who arc supporting the scheme would be sufferers because the plan in the writers estimation would close every cotton factory in the country No such facilities its this project will afford for con trolling the markets for purely specula tive purposes have ever existed in thisor any other country and no more perfect system for the oppression of the poor could ho devised Wouldnt Support It Anyhow I have thus given you as briefly as the nature the subject would permit some of the reasons why I think the proposed plan for the relief of tho farmers would be injurious instead of beneficial not only to thombut to all other people of the coun try But it would bo uncandid not to say distinctly lxfore closing this communica tion that even if it could be conclusively shown that this or any similar scheme would lw peculiarly beneficial to any par ticular class of our people I would still be unalterably opposed to its adoption be cause in my opinion it would be but an other wide and dangerous departure from the principles upon which our political in stitutions are founded ness of the appointees was questioned and I it being shown that they were incomj potent others were substituted In the south in some places objection was mado to the appointment of colored men but the supervisors beingheld responsible for their men he concluded to trust to their discretion and declined to interfere upon that ground It is known however that appointments of this kind are few and even in the case of a colored supervisor nearly all the enumerators designated by him are white men For the Snpersensltlve to Ponder It is not anticipated that much trouble will be experienced in obtaining answers to the questions that are to be propounded but where refusals are met with they will be nt once reported nnd steps taken to en force the law The superintendent is not given any discretion in the but it is made obligatory upon Mm to report each and every person who fails to comply with the requirements of tho law to the proper persons who will institute a vigor ous prosecution against the violators of it and they become liable to a fine of Xo harsh measures will bo reported to in enforcing the law but where it becomes plain that its provisions are intentionally violated the parties so offending will be called upon to take the consequences Seven Boys Who Will Test Pasteurs Treatment SJL THE PATIEHTBrEOM ILLINOIS Ttllcheiier for Clarksons Successor WASHINGTON CITY June postal service on the Pacific coast will be thor oughly investigated by First Assistant Postmaster General Clarkson who left this city yesterday for au extended tout west In company with members of his family he will travel in a special car from his home in Des Moines la directly to Seattle Wash He will return east abont the 1st of July when he will resigu his office Mr Michener of Indiana is spoken o as Mr Clarksons successor Itvc More National Banks WASHINGTON CITY June ing named national banks have been au thorized to commence business Linn County National bank of Albany Ore capital 5100000 Second National bank of Chestertown Me capital First National bank of East St Louis Ills capital 5100000 First National bank of Platte City Mo capital North Wales National bank at North Wales Pa capital The Presidents Return to the Capital WASHINGTON CITV June presi dent the vice president and the party that accompanied them to Cleveland reached Washington City on the return trip at Saturday evening The journey from Pittsburg was without notable incident At Pittsburg they attended the Scotch Irish congress nnd were heartily received a reception being held at which 3000 peO pie shook tho presidential hand Terrible Death of a lllne Jacket WASHINGTONCITY June the TJ S S Alliance was cruising in the Mediterranean and tho crew was at tar get practice Boatswains Mate John McGowan was instantly killed by the pro mature explosion of a UOpounder breeeh londing rifle He was in thci act of locking the breech mechanism when the cartridge exploded blowing the plug entirely through his body HIS GOOD ANGEL SAVED HIM A AVoulille Sulctdo Kescuea a Browning Srul History NEW YOISK June Barrett a young exconvict was standing on pier 87 East river yesterday almost ready to jump into the river nnd end his life be cause he could not get work and he would not go back to his old thievish life for he remembered tho words of his mother who recently died and with her last breath begged him to live an honest life While Barrett was musing he saw little Syear old Charles OConnor who with other boys was fishing on the pier fall into the water Barrett jumped after the boy who was in a dangerous place between a cnnal boat and the pier lie was being sncked under the boat by the current when Barrett reached him Give tlio Man w Cliance Barrett caught tho boys clothing with his toeth and swam with him to the end of the dock where they were rescued Both were taken to Gouverneur hospital Barrett told the story of his life and how he had tried to live right since his mother died He said he had made np his mind to starve rather than steal He learned the iron moulders trade while serving a tenyears sentence in prison but no one would em ploy him People who know the young man said that ho has rescued ten persons from drowning The Boycott In Ireland LONDON June cases showing the length to which tho Irish carry the boycott have recently come to light A midwife refused to attend the wife of a member of the royal Irish constabulary Edward Phil lips a farmer in Tipperary obnoxious to the National league has been refused the necessaries of life the local chemist de clining to make up prescriptions for him and the blacksmith whom he used to em ploy declining to do any more work Cor him His horse and carriage with which he took his family to church were refused accommodation at the Cashel hotels Arrival In New York of the Tlctiips of St Joseph Mad all Receive Their First Injection of the Dilated Virus at the Pasteur O F Terrorized by the Canines NEW YOBK June boys aged from 1 to 14 years got off a train at the Grand Central Station early yesterday morning and looked about them eagerly in Fortysecond street Their faces were tanned brown and they were in plain country clothes Twio men and a woman were with them The party had been traveling since Friday night from St Joseph a little village in Champaign county 111 and were bound for the Pas teur Institute at ITS West Tenth street Every one of the seven boys had been bitten a week ago yesterday by a dog which developed a violent attack of rabies and died two days later of the little Patients The names of the children are as follows Marshall Gallion a toy of 12 bittenon the left hand Ore Shrevcs 11 years old bitten on the left wrist and hand William Mc Cullom 0 years old bitten on the right arm James McCullom Williams brother bitten on both arms Charles Estes Hardy 11 years bitten on the fingers of the right hand S Hart 9 years bitten on the little flnger of the right hand Floyd Harvey 4 years old bitten on the right arm The dog which bit them was un doubtedly afflicted with rabies and died in great agony last Tuesday The wounds were all cauterized and Dr Gibier notified that the children would be sent to him Ho telegraphed that they would be treated regardless of their means and James Me Cullom the father of two of the boys J Gallion the father of the eldest of the seven with Miss Martha Mead an aunt of another boy started east with the little band The First Inoculation At 2 p m yesterday there were twelve patients at the Pasteur men and seven their first inoc ulation One of the 0yearold boys was chosen first His right sido was bared just above the hip and a hypodermic in jection the weakest solution of virus was given Tho left side was treated the same way The boy let out one or two screams as he felt the pricks of the needle One by one the others received the injec tion Some of them were badly scared Floyd Harvey the baby of the lot a bright little fellow in dresses took it like a little man The last of tho boys to be inoculated was young Gallion the eldest of them all He was so thoroughly fright ened that his father had to come and help hold him He had become so wrought up that he yelled at the top of his voice when the doctor first painted his skin with the disinfecting solution Description of the Treatment Dr Gibiers institution has been open just tlnee months and twentysix cases have been successfully treated The treat ment consists in the injection under the skin of the patient of a small portion of the spinal cord of a rivbbt that has been infected with the poison of hydrophobia The strength of the virus is regulated by the length of time which tho rabbit has had the virus in its system None of the children have developed any symptoms of the disease yet arid Dr Gibier says that there is no danger now They will be in oculated with stronger and stronger for the next two weeks when their treat ment will be complete THE RATIONAL BALL GAME A Notable Increase In Scores and Iteeords CIHCAOO June A matter in base Mil circles was settled last week nnd j that is that the Brotherhood will j make no changes in its schedule This was decided at a meeting of the managers held at New York Saturday night wSether the fact had any influence in bringing the Brotherhood to the above conclusion it is a fact that the attendance last wetk showed a large increase for the two big aggregations Up to the close of the week ended May 24 the total attend ance for that week was 81041 while the total for last week was 142l14 This shows probably that people will attend if they can do so comfortably as the weather was the most propitiousforoutdoorsports that has been vouchsafed this season The attendance Saturday at League and Brotherhood games was League 7143 Brotherhood How tUc Clubs Stand DEWENTER The relative positions of the clubs are given below Brothuoijtl won lost Boston 21 II 13 Brookly Ne Chleatf 1hlluph Cleveland Pittsbury 17 M 14 in in it 18 17 Chicago yiifiXew York 15 10 American AtMetlc St Louis Toledo ColuiEbua Syracuse Brooklyn won lOFt i 2 Western IS IS 14 14 14 8 13 19 I soo won hist pc 17 IT Iti 14 11 13 4 41i The Hatter and Furnisher HasMoved Back to His Old Room In the Johnson Block which has been Handsomely Remodeled AN EPIDEMIC OF RABIES TlllnoiH Dogs GoiltiE Mail In Numeroni Goiing Mail Places MATTOON 111 June Rev O S Thompson who is well known throughout central and southern Illinois as an able minister of the Presbyterian church left Mattoon a few months ago and went to Columbia Mo where he was bitten by his favorite pointer dog two weeks ago The dog had been very restless for several days before the little scratch on the minis ters fingers was produced by the canines teeth and prompt cauterizing of the wound probably counteracted the effects of the poison Dr Paqnin of Cohimbia expressed the opinion that the dog was afflicted with the rabies and it was killed Rev Mr Thompson proceeded nt once to Dr Gibiers institute in Xew York where he will remain under treatment for fifteen days FURNITURE PIflCKS THE LOWEST Our Designs One but the Best Workmanship Allowed to Leave our Salesroom THE CENSUS MAN IS ABROAD He Yearns for Information XVlilcli Hail Itetter Re Cheerfully Given WASHINGTON CITV June ma chinery for taking the census was put in motion today all orer the United States and it will be pushed as expeditiously as possible Supt Porter anticipates early returns to his office that the work of tabulating can be entered upon and com pleted within a reasonable period All the preliminary matters have been ar ranged blanks prebared enumerators in structed as to their duties and all that re mains be done is to collect the data which it has been decided shall become a part of the census An Army of Men Employed It requires 43000 men enumerators to gather the requisite information and each of these is either amployed in a definite locality or upon some special topic This however does not include the additional tnousAnds of in collect ing and tabulating the returns made that will come buck from all over the country as the result of tho labors of the enumer ators so it can be seen ata glance Stanley True to Old Glory Los DOS June a speech nt the Stanley banquet Friday night Surgeon Parko in singing the praises of his chief happened to remark that when Stanley was ill during the march he said Doc tor run up the stars and stripes to cheer me let me at least die beneaththe shadow of the American dag This anecdote made all the Britishers look glum but Stanleys face wore a quizzical expression as if he rather enjoyed the situation Ioss of One Xifo ami Much Property LOCISVILLE Ky June Dupont paper mills at Tenth and Rowan streets this city were totally destroyed by fire which originated in the boiler room at Saturday evening Estimated loss 4285 COO fully insured Marshall Ahern pipe man of No 9 engine was overcome by smoke and during a violent flt of cough ing raptured a blood vessel and died Emancipation In Txuiis LONDON June decree his been Issued by the bey of Tunis in which it i ordered that every negro domestic in his dominions shall ba furnished with a cer tificate of freedom Employers failing to promptly comply with tlie mandate will ba fined No Accounting Tor Taste LONDOX June Gerhardt a wealthy marclmnt at Berlin has furnished amusement to the paragraphers by marry j ing the estimable woman who served him j in his earlier days in this capacity of wet j tuirse I Two Little Girls Drowned CEDAR RAPIDS la June little I girls daughters of Charles Mentzie and i Charles Isbell were drowned late Friday ratal Caiie at Buslinell BUSHXELL 111 June Great excite ment has prevailed in this section for a month over mad ilogs The first one ap peared over in Peoria county and ran as far as this city before being killed On the way it bit several animals and one man who has since died of hydrophobia Another dog ran twenty miles biting ani mals and one person who went to Den ver Ills and reports himself cured by a maclstone A woman from South Fulton passied through here this week on her way to Denver She supposed she had been jitben by a mad dug He Has Two TrsooLA Ills June D C Hostetler a minister of this city has two mmdstones in lis possession tooth of which were used on the children bitten at St Joseph One of these he has had for two years and during that time he has had seven opportunities to test its virtues In each cnsei it has sivtn satisfaction Four Hydrophoblo Canliieii TOLOXO Ills June Four dags have gome mad in this vicinity recently and al though no one has yet been bittea great uneasiness prevails in the neighborhood A Woman Escapes from Siberia FAIUS June 2 Mile Feoderovna has arrived in this city from Siberia whence she succeeded in making her after an experience of great misery and hard ship Her flight was marked by many naiTOw escapes from pursuing officers who once recaptured the fleeing woman She arrived here suffering from con sumption Swiij Refuge for RaicaU BKKXE June 2 It has been decided by Swiss bundesrath to refuse the extra dition from Swiuerland of persons charged with the commission of offences in con nection with political military or mone tary matters Only criminal offenders will be liable to extradition fin lies Molnea CMty I Denver 437 KiinsasOity 44Onmhn 13 18 1ant 1U 16 Seoiew on tho IHnmoiid Scores Saturday and yesterday are given below League At New York 3 Cincinnati 12 and Sommers Dnryea and Keenan At 7 Chicago 4 bat Lovett and Daly Coughlin and Nagle At S Cleveland 3 and Cle ments Lincoln and Zimmer At Boston Boston S Pittsbnrg 0 and Bennett and Jones Baker and Brotherhood At New York 23 Pittsburg 3 and Ewina Tener and Carroll At Brooklyn 2 Cleveland D batteries Murphy anil Daily llakcloy and Suyder At 4 Chicago ii uimingham anil Millikui Baldwin and 1arrell At Bos ton 17 Buffalo U batteries den iiul Murphy and Haddock Hailigan inil Mack American Brooklyn Brooklyn 1 St iouis d at cuse 4 Toledo a at 4 Louisville 1 at 2 Athletic 3 Sunday at bus 14 Athletic 15 at ter 0 Louisville 3 at Ii Toledo 5 at 4 St Louis 0 Western Saturday at Minneapolis Sioux City 0 Minneapolis U at Kansas 1 Kansas City 11 at Moines 8 Denver J rain stopped OmahaSt Paul game Sunday at Paul 5 Omaha 24 at Kan sas 8 Kansas City 2 at Sioux 5 Sioux City S REED SPEAKS ATA BANQUET He Advocates tlie Principle of Give ami Take on tlie Tariff BOSTON June a banquet given by tho Home Market club Saturday night the guests of honor were Secretary Proctor and Speaker Reed There were many other prominent men present lion Timothy Merrick president of the club presided and was loudly applauded when he referred to Secretary Proctors refusal to officially recognize the death of Jefferson Davis THe Perseverance of tlie Saints Speaker Reed began his speech by reference to the doctrine of perse verance of the saints He then spoke of the tariff bill which he said had been passed with n party unanimity in the house without a parallel in his tory He said that there was no doubt an idea prevailing that under certain circum stances New England industries might be carried on to a greater advantage For instance said he if raw material could be had free That may bo so but the sim plest course in this wolrd is not always the safest Remember the principle upon which protection is founded is not the fos tering of a few pet industries but the pre serving of the American market to the American people If you demand it you must grant it If you believe it for your selves vou cannot stand up and disbelieve in iv for others Tlie Time of 1oHticnI Dunjjor Remember there is no time of greater danger than after a victory The enemy then have nothing to lose nnd they are on the alert They have everything to gain and if you will only remember the correlative that after a victory you have everything to lose then you will gird on your armor and push on to battle and show in politics the soundness of that doctrine of religion with which I doctrine of the perseverance of the saints beg leave to announce to my patrons and tho public in general that my NEW STOCK of SPRING and SUMMER STYLES is now Complete Mv past Standard lor FirstClass vVork will bo Maintained Thanking you 1or past favors I Remain Yours Truly xJAOOB HERZ CASTOR IA for infants and Children sowellBdaptedtocluldrenaiit I Cutoria cnres Colie Efts Without injurious dl Ill So Oxford 31 Brooklyn M Y THE CEKTAUH COMPANY T7 Hurray Street K W H JOHNSON President d F JOHNSON Cashier STATE NATIONAL BANK DEPOSIT VAULxTS The Safes in Ihia absolutely Burglnr and Fire Proof Vault are especially adapted for the deposit of Deeds Mortgages Notes Bonds and all Valuable Papers also Jewelry etc Rents are place at nominal pricosof to SD per year each The VaullB nnd Safes are fitted with all rbodern improvements ami we cordially invito the public to call and Suspect then HEALTH IS WEALTH few York Policemen on Parade XEW YORK June 2 annual parade of the police force took place Saturday The men turned out about 2500 strong and marched from the Battery in five bat talions The marchingwas perfection and the men presented a splendid appearance Superintendent Murray led the way Stanley to Visit His Uncle Samuel LONDON June M Stanley will visit the United States inthe autumn It is his intention to deliver lectures sn most of the principal cities of that coun try The above cut represents the Coodncl SelfHeating and JoW i a Tub in us The latest triumph of American ingenuity ivcry household should be pro viied with this entirely original and novel invention It will save you s bill of perhaps double its purchase price besides piving you and happiness The price is reasonable placing it within reach of all We Hliail ea eiS to show it whether you wish to purchase or not at QTTD 4DB corps of man it requires and an immetse sum of money most be expended to accom confirmed tie Cedar river Mr Porter CREAM BAKING Ease Coffee Best Coffee Guaranteed absolutely pure ANDY WELCH Tlie Weather We Mar Expect XOTOS Cirr e fo swing jkaBnperioreTcenenceproven in millions nra the weather indication fcr thirtysii morp qnftrtertfn century It hours from S p m yesterday tor air j the United States Government En Treather followe 1 by with severe lo dorsed by the heads of the treat cal storms in the afternoon no change in sis the Strongest Purest arad mort HeKltnfnl temperature northeasterly winds For SUchij jr lrices Cream BsUniy Powder not oan Wisconsin and contain Ammonia lime or Alwro sola only weather followed 5iy abowers warmer tn oans PMCE CO New York Chicago J 3O8 BROADWAY Tlie Tailor Between 5th and 6th StS   

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