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Logansport Pharos (Newspaper) - August 30, 1890, Logansport, Indiana LOGANSPOBT DAILY PHAROS 16TH YEAB SATURDAY EVENING AUGUST 30 1890 50 105 Corner PREMIER BLAINE The Secretary of State on the Reciprocity Plan Of all kinds STORE JfljHjaED FULL Both upstairs and down COME AND SEE US From this date I will buy no rr ore Second Hand Goods of any description I intend to COSeOUtall Of my Stock with j election bill warning the voters that tin the intention Of Starting u p a government must all its citizen straight out and out Furniture la rSQt to4oto ixdgos presence wiu OUB ADVERSE BALANCE OF TBADE Thirteen Against Us jLast und How It In European Traffic Wined Ont by Losaes with South America and Parties Charged with The Remedy by Mason nnl WATEBVIILE Me Aug 30 About j 10500 people assembled at a massmeeting j here last night to listen to an address by I Secretary Jnmes G Blaino After ire I marks by Governor Hiirleigh President Small of Colby university introduced Mr Blaine as the leader of the Repub lican partyanda famous advocate of anin terostiugand progressive protective tariff Hon W E of Illinois followed in an enthusiastic speech indorsing the prin ciples of reciprocal trade The meeting closed with an earnest speech by Hon Henry Cabol Lodge indorsing tha federal Store and carrying a com plete Stock of Trunks and Valises Take advantage of these closing out prices and cal early GEO W RODAFER 318 firoKdway Orp Murdook Hotel N B I have over 175 Watches that I want to close out to realize the money In vested in them Also over 1OO Heating Stoves that will be sold very cheap BBflL ESTflTE For sale 12 rcsidncvs on Broadwu For sale 11 residences on Spenr street For sale 3 residences on Market street For sale residences on NintbEleventh and Eighteenlh Directs For sale residences rn North street For siile residences on Ctiippcwa and Miami streets For sale resuliisci9 on Toledo street For sale lots in all parts of the city For sale cheap lots between Smeail and George streets from to each Farms to trade for cily property Lots wanted on High North Broad way and Market streets For particulars writs or enquire of M M GORDON Pension and Real Estate Agent Room Ni a Elliott Block Logansport Ind FURNITURE PRICES THE LOWEST Our Designs Nonfe but Hie Best Workmanship Allowed lo Leave our Salesroom Pensions Pensions Pension Law POP Alf Soldiers Who ure dependent upon their own daily labor for support For Soldiers ami Sailors widows For Children under 16 years of ngt For children permanently helpless and for dependent parents Apply in person or by letter for iufor mation blanks and instructions to jft BQRDDN Pension Agent unexpected and tho people greeted him warmly A Eulogy on Malno Blaine said he was glad to speak in Waterville tine it was there that he waia first nominated for congress and he well remembered the gratification with which he learned that tho nomination was unan imous Referring to state affairs he said the affairs of no other state in the Union had been more justly more wisely and moru economically administered Maines succession of Republican chief magis trates had been without spot or blemish A Word for CoiigruHxional Candid He then proceeded us follows The election which takes place on the 8th of next month involves in greafpart the po litical issuey now under discussion injthe national Held The decision of Maine will have flue influence on the other states and that ducUion will ba pro nounced in the majorities wo shall give iu our four congressional districts Each of these district8 iy represented by au able man in whom the Republican peo ple of Maine havo confidence I should regard It UM a political calamity to the state if any one of thesa four should by any possibility be defeated In this dis trict I am sure that Mr Milliken has been a faithful representative as will be shown by a large majority and I trust the Re publicans in the three other districts are alive to their duty Advocating Knlnrsred Foreign Trade In regard to national questions he said I wish to declare the opinion that the United States has readied a point where one of its highest duties is to enlarge UIB area of its foreign trade Under the oene flceut policy of protection WB have de veloped a volume of manufactures which n many departments overruns tlie de mands of the home market u the Held of agriculture with the immense popuj lation given In it by agricultural imple ments we can do far mnre than produce treadst ufts and provisions for our own people nor would it bo an ambitious des tiny for so great a country as ours to manufacture only what we can cjtisume or produce only what we can eat We art already in many fabrics and in many pro ducts fur beyond that and our great de mand is expansion of trade with coun tries where wo can find profitable ox change Ill No Hurry for Annexation We are not seekinoannexation of ter ritory Certainly we rlo not desire it un ess it should come by the volition of a who might ask the priceless boon Eiliott Block Logansport Ind The Delightful SUMMER RESORTS OF Northern Michigan Beached by the Brand Rapids 3 Indiana Railroad IrSE MACK1XAC And the many Resorts reached then1 rwu Smit Ste Marie Marqueite Lcs Choneaux Utands etc FETOSKiir AND HAT VIEW Harbor Springs Habor Point Wequeton siny Charlevoix etc located in the immediate vicinitv ERSE Aud reijrhborinK Resorts Ouiena Old Mission Klk Rapids etc The many lakes and streams afford the finest of nshlnir The Brook Trout the ceietimfed braylinjr Black Bass and other varieties of Swnie fish Tne train frvice of the Grand Rapids and Illliana rtailroad for tlie season of ISSU will be com pleie in every particular Through sleeping cars wit bo run between Cincinnati Petosley and Mackinaw Also iS IT5 alV and Mackinaw Mlcuigiin Central Kailroacl and Kala Tourist tickets can be purchased to any ot the above points reduced rates For defcriptive matter Uma cards and fuli mormat ion address C I LOCKWOOT aad tlcket Grand Rapids of a place under the protection of the flag oi he Union I feel sure that for a long time tc come the people of the United Stares will be wisely content with our present urea and not launch upon any scheme of an nexation At the same time I think we ihould be uniwisely content if we die not suek to engage in what the younger Pittso well termed atmexationof trade A Long Voriod of Trotection For nearly thirty years now the Jnlted States has had the advantage of rotective tariff by far tho longest un roken period that its industrial policy ms been in force since the federal gov rnment was organized Happily the rreat majority of our people without regard to party lines believe that he results to the American people from the irotective policy have been incalculably jeneflcent aggregating in a quarter of a century a national and individual wealth xsyond anything ever dreamed of before n tho history of the world HenetttH Clulmed for tho Pulley I do not mention protection because I intend to speak in reference thereto be fore this audience I merely wish to pro claim its victories Without protection the United States would have been poor indeed aftor tho ravages of tho war from 1S61 to 1SC5 With protection every sec tion has flourished aud prospered grown and gained Even where revenue duties have been laid with no expectation of de veloping industries there have inmanv iu teen great financial and industrial results The speaker illustrated this by the of the silk duty and said he could cite other similar cases A Plea for He then said the reciprocity idea he ad vocates is not novel or new and proceed ed What I mean to spenk of briefly is a system of reciprocity not iu conflict with a tariff but supplementary thereto and presentinga field of enter prise that will richly repay the effort and energy of the American people Take last year IScfl In that year our whole exports to all the countries in the three continents of Europe Asia and Africa and to Australia Canada and Hawaii amounted in round numbers to 000 and onr imports from nil these coun tries amounted iu round numbers to showing that from that vast trade we liad a balance of in our favor equivalent to that amount of gold among our people Acconnting for the Actual 1031 uBut wlicu all the accounts were closed instead of having S1S900000C in our favor we had a balance of against us from our foreign trade We must there fore have lost f 142 000000 in our commerce with the countries outside of those to which I ha re referred Where could we have found such a large adverse balancef Let me tell you We lost in Cuba from which our imports wereSa 000000 and to which our exports were only tnOOOOOO In the republic ot Brazil we lost ttl000OOiX Our imports from Brazil were SiOOOOOOO Our exports to Brazil wer 490JOUJU In Mexico wo lost Imports from Mxico were our exports to Mexico were OOOyoO Our imports from countries of this hemisphere were our ex poris 10 them were fTiOOOQOO The bal ance again us in our trade with them therefore is SWiOOO 000 exceeding our gains trom all the rest ot tne world by f 18000000 A Policy of Carel Mir Blaine then asked How can this be remedied and then made a digression to reply to the Democratic statement that we were keeping up the war tariff fie said thia was not true During the war everything was taxed whilo now one third of the articles of import were on the free list and the inevitable tendency was toward increase of that list He then con tinmid Our great mistake was made wheci we began to repeal the war duties on so large im amount of imports Any duty repealed was a favor and au advan tage to the exporting country and we have asked nothing in return Instead of tTus course which I must say was one of carelessness and wastefulness by both political parties every repeal of duty should have been preceded by a most thor ough investigation and whenever it was found practicable to export anything from the United States and thus estab lish reciprocity of trade it should have been done A jliostloin of Something or Nothing It is not a question of setting deliber ately to work to establish reciprocal ex changes bul with all the duties wo have thus far repealed it should have been a question of whether wo should get some thing or get nothing I hope now with our eyes open that we shall in future choose to get something We encounter opposition to this policy from those who declare that if we enter into reciprocity of trade with one country we must do so with all countries and thus indirectly bring about complete free trade I do not see the logic of this Becip rocity is simply a policy of circumstance to be determined favorably or adversely accorcling as its operation may make or loaa for us A Big toss Not Noticed Thn few millions of gold that have gone out of the country within the last three months has created uneasiness In certain quarters as to our financial position It is very extraordinary that the loss of these millions from banks in Wall street should be accounted so serious an event when we have lost a much larger amount during the same period from the condi tion our trade with the countries south of us without exciting the least ob servation An Extract from Masons Speech Mr Blaine was cheered enthusiastically as he concludffiTand was followed as men tioned above by Congressmen Mason aud Ijodge In the course of his remarks upon the tariffMason said When theMcKinley bill was passed by the house protestation were heard from every land except Amer ica 13 this not enough to say for it Iu a lawsmit I find out what the other fellow wants me to do then I do just the opposite So iu national affairs We find but what John Ball and others want us to do and then we do just ths op posite Tho Democrats Were Shrewd GUTHRIB O T Aug Demo crats Ly shrewd maneuvering together with the Farmers Alliance and the three Oklahoma City Republicans organized the legislature of Oklahoma This was done despite the fact that the Repub licans hnd a majority in both branches The fight between Guthrie anc Oklahoma City was a factor In tbo con test and served to disrupt the Repub licuus The Republican majority over both Democrats and Alliance in the house was two votes aud in the council one vote laiitlternns Indorse the Democrats MILWAUKEE Wis Aug Lu theran or more properly speaking anti BeuneU statecentral committee wentinto session yesterday and afterathoroughdis cnssion of the Democratic state platform on tho school question and also of that ol the Republicans concluded to support the Democrats although there were those who thought that the Republican plat MAKESEM TIEED The Edmunds Plan of a e eess of Congress OHNIOHS OF MEMSBES THESEON form was sufficiently them to support it hazy to entitle A Democrats Talk to Farmers WILLIAMS GROVE Pa Aug 7000 people attended the grangers exhi bition yesterday Tho meeting was opened by Leonard Rhone who introduced Hon A J Warner of Ohio the speaker oE the day Mr Warnerspoke on the silver ques tion and told the farmers that the pres ent congress would give them no relief Indorsed the Reciprocity Idea BUFFALO N Y Aug a meeting of the board of trade yesterday called 1ot the purpose of considering the commer cial reciprocity plans of Secretary Blaine resolutions were adopted indorsing him A BLAST FROM HADES RemarknblH Natural Phenomenon Near Goocllaml Oklahoma PARIS Tex Aug Judge Du rum a citizen ot Indian territory who arrived in this city Thursday additioual Information in regard to the hot well near Goodland Oklahoma has been re ceived He says that the hot air rus hes into tho well at intervals after which it resumes its normal temperature Shav ings paper and other light inflammable substances thrown into the well when it is cool sink to the bobtom but when the hot air riwhes in they are blown to the surface scorched to a crisp It Disturbs the Neighborhood The air is intensely hot and dry with out any odor and rushes out without making a flamexir noise It seems to be a hot air geyser People in the neighbor hood are greatly excited and afraid to go near it No record has been kept as to the length of time the hot and cold air pe riods last Judge Durant is a gentleman of high standing No one questions his statements and a party from this city will go to the spot iu a few days and make a thorough investigation Fulled Into a Thrashing Machine BUFFALO N Y Aug 30 special to The Express from Carlton N Y says Morris Hoyte while engaged in feeding a threshing machine yesterday put his hand nto it to pull out some straw that had the feeder His hand was caught in the cogs and he was pulled into the machine His skull and shoulder were crushed and ran through the machine into the straw stack before it could ba topped The Proposition Received with Very Bad Grace and Its Adoption Very Prob lematical Salt Provides a Subject Upon Which Senators Scintillate with WH ou the Tariff County Debts in Canal Seems All Right WASHINGTON Cixr Aug topic of conversation in the city now is the Edmunds resolution providing for a re cess of congress Senator Edmunds said yssterday afternoon tihat he offered the resolution on his own motion and re sponsibility It seemed to him ha said due to the public interest and in order that the large docket of important meas reported from committees pending before the senate that all the available time between now and the 4th of March next should be used in discussing and dis posing of them The suggestion that the president should call an extra session o congress Edmunds said he did not prove of It would imply a censure o reproach upon congress for failure transact business before it Congress ha the power to take such a recess aad pro ceed with its business without the inter vention of the executive Senators Who Object Senator Pierce said that he was satis fled that the president would not call an extra session of congress whatever migh be done Snctt a ihe senate thought could for its ultimate ob ject only one passage of the election bill that the Democrats wonl see that and that they could and woulc talk the resolution to death to proven action on the bill Another wellknown western senate said There is nc reason for congress to meet before December If the senate is t pass the election bill the rules must be changed If the rules are to bo changec it must be by a revolutionary the presiding officer refusing to recognize the Democratic senators and putting th question to a vote We can do this as well in a week as in a month Prospects of Its Adoption It is not unlikely that the Edmunds resolution is proposed for the purpose o relieving President Harrison of the re sponsibility of calling an extra session The president told one of the senators who called upon him that he did not like to liummon congress in session after they had adjourned and thought it was their duty to arrange a time for transactin iheir own business It seems impossible that under the present circumstances the Edmunds resolution could get anything like a majority vote in the senate As the Republicans could not keep a quorum oJ their own members present for the pass age of the elections bill it seems hardly possible that they could do so now for the purpose of passing the Edmunds resolu tion Opinion in Mouse Maj McKiuley and some of the other leaders in the house are of the opinion that the senate should be allowed to sbift for itself and that there is for asking the house to help the senators out of the difficulties in which they Hud them selves as the result of not passing theelee tion bill and other measures which were sent to them by the house some time ago the house do not Cannon for in ona the csHent company uotn gentlemen in that particular excellent illustratii of a maxim which he commended to consideration of the other side of the chamber namely that prophecy is not an exact science In the course of far ther debate Biaiakaid that salt was sold at abont 125 of the price it brought in Bentons time an 1 Allison said the prod uct was as low as it could 30 cents for 308 pounds County Indebtedness of Illinois WASHINGTON CITT Aug days census bulletin was devoted to the bonded indebtedness of the various coun ties throughout the country The county indebtedness of Illinois is against in ISiG The available resources are leaving a net debt Cook county leads in point oi I THE H00SIEB WIEE An Interesting Talk with Con sul Sweeney Some of the leaders in agree with McKinlej stance thinks that a recess would be the best way out of the dilemma Speaker Reed does not commit himself but thinks something ought to be done that will se cure the passage of the election bill Will Probably Confer About It Ever since it became known that the force bill coald not ba passed this session there has been a strong sentiment among a few of the Republican senators in favor of an extra session and President Har rison lias been urged to call one Several these senators saw the president yester day and spoke with him on the subject aad others intended to do so last evening The resolution of Edmunds however has upset all present plans and it will prob ably be necessary for the Republicans to have a conference before anything can be decided upon THE DAYS WORK IN CONGRESS Summary of the Principal Transactions In Both Houses WASHDJGTOS CITY Aug 30Edmunds offered a resolution in the senate yester day providing for a recess of congress from Kept 19 to Nov 10 A memorial was presented ilrom the Womans National In dustrial league asking the suppression of he armed assassins known as Pinkerton detectives The tariff bill was resumed and the finance committee amendment striking ouit the provision for a drawback on salt used on meats for exportation was rejcted Allison Edmunds Hawley In talls Jones of Nevada Mitchell Platt Plumb Teller Washburn and Wilson of owa Republicans voting for rejection Tne duties on brandy liquors wines bay tim ale porter beer cherry juice and Jirune juice were increased and the du on ginger ales soda water etc re duced The wool schedule was discussed at some length but not disposed of tne dobate running into a general one on the advantages or disadvantages of protection ast a policy Carlisle moved to put wooi ni the free list and that motion waspend ng at adjournment The house went into committee on thn jrivate calendar and passed the omnibus war claim bill after amending it so as to shut out claims of those who were disloy al during the rebellion It carries Half a dozen other private bills were lassed as well as the bill making Cairo 11s a port of delivery Recess was taken at 5 p m and an evening session held at which seventytwo private pension bills were passed SOME SALTY REMARKS indebtedness aud Maconpin county come next thii debt of the latter being OVK Thirtynine of the counties tha state have no inde utedness at all The River and Harbor Bill WASHINGTON CITY Aug con ferrees on the river and harbor bill havi reached an on the principn items in the bill The appropriation fcx the Hennepin canal will not be changed It is believed that the bill has friend enough to pass it over the presidents vet in case Le decides to interpose one PETER PIPERS PICKLED PEPPERS Frank Collier Rather Imnfounds an Ea pert on Paresis CHICAGO Aug lunacy can in which Frank Collier the wellknown law yer is defendant is attracting much at tention in this city Collier is conducting his own defense and does it with u much shrewdness and wit as he ever did in any case Yesterday Dr Dewey of Kail kakee insane asylum was a witness an flatly Contradicted Dr Kiernan who tefl fled Thursday that Collier lad paresis and would not live five years Dr Dewej said the patient had circular insanity The proceedings Thursday during Dr Kiernans crossexamination were very amusing in spite of the gravity of the case The doctor had testified as stated above and Collier took him in hand U crossexamine An Astonished Medical Man Frank asked the doctor several ques tions among which was one referring to his statement that the defendant stum bled over the ps bs and chs a symptom the doctor said that was conclusive of par esis Said Collier And I stumble over my bs and ps1 and chs do I You have done it repeatedly duriniz this trial And then Frank rattled off to the evi dent amazement of the good doctor on tha various test sentences as the one of Peter repeated them again again without a break Dr Kier ban sat in his chair in openmouthed wou 8er A year ago you couldnt do that he laid Yet you testified I was in a better con dition then than now Ill tell you what Ill do Ill call in a lot of experts and prove Judge Gary as crazy as a bedbug within half au hour Then amid slionts of laughter Dr Kier nan left the stand and court adjourned The PlgSkin Pounders CHICAGO Aug ball rec ords were made yesterday as fol lows League At Cincinnati 1 batteries Mul lane and Harrington Clarkson and Gan tel At 4 hicago 6 Vickery and Schriv er Stein and Kittridre At Brooklyn 10 Cleveland fi ind Clarke Beatinaud Zimmer At New York 1 Pittsburg 0 batteries jWelch and Buckley Anderson and Jecker Brotherhood At 18 Pittsburg 0 and Murphy Maul and Hutley At Philadel 8 Buffalo 6 batteries and Hallman Stafford and Mack At 10 Cleve and 9 and Daily Sruber and Brenuan At New Xew York 11 Chicago 5 ODay aud Brown Baldwin and Farrell Western At St 2 St Paul 12 as City 7 Omaha 2 at Sioux 8 Sioux City 5 The Sons of Veterans Adjourn ST JOSEPH Mo Aug closed the ninth annual encampment of he Sons of Veterans The day was de oted to business Commander inChief Webb appointed Clay D Harrod of Erie n adjutant and John Hazelton of Norton Kan quartermaster general Walter S Payne the old excommander was expelled from the order charged embezzlement will be given a re hearing Today the delegates visited the Soldiershome at Fort Leaven vorth Kan Fireman Instantly Killed BALTIMORE Aug Stony Creek urve near Oakland yesterday afternoon an eastbound freight train of twenty our cars filled with cattle with two en gines one in front and the other in the ear was wrecked by the front engine eaving the track The fireman of the ront engine was instantly killed and the cattle were scattered in all directions THE SITlTATIOlf Df THE ORIENT A Good Word for tao Sultan of Turkey for American Took Chloral to Kill the KffitoU of Whisky Man Quintans futile Leaila to Two Notable at Indianapolis COLUMBUS Itid Aug Consul GSn eral Z T Sweeney arrived home from Constantinople Thursday night Sjpeak ing of the convention of consul generals recently he said I was in attendance during all the sessions of line convention and felt that much good was accom plished in many ways but especially i bringing about a uniform admitiistra tion of our customs laws As to the po litical situation in Turkey I havo no much to say The fact my being ac credited to that country of itself is suffl cient to forbid my speaking of its politics Tell This to Gladntone But my residence there has opened m to the fact that there are many prob lems in ethnology that should be care fully studied by one who would spea advisedly on the Turkish question In the main I think the sultan a wise well meaning ruler having a aiucere desire t benefit she people over whom he holds away If he fails in this in any way I at tribute It to the difficulty he experiences in carrying out his plans rather than to any intention on his part to act oppress ively toward any of his subjects An Opening for Americans Regarding foreign capital investments In Turkey Mr Sweeney said that while otber nations were clamoring for privi leges it seems to me that American capi tal might find ready investment in Tur key and certainly it would be warmly welcomed There are numerous profitable undertakings characteristic of American enterprise which the conservatism ol other countries will not permit thorn to carry out offered in Constantinople may also add that since the completion of the Oriental railway lines that bring Con stantinople into direct communication with Vienna the volume of American travel has move than doubldd Mr Sweeney added Smyrna is now a live Yankee city of possibly 200000 peo ple The western half of Asia Minor is n practical communication with it by railway It has as flne quays as Liver pool but of course not to extensive DIED OFTOO MUCH CHLORAL Death Winds Up a Prolonged Spree Marion MAKIOJT Ind Aug talk of the lour here is the death of Gibb Scott a eweler 80 years old which occurred Thursday afternoon at Kittle Browns house of questionable repute Scott who was employed by H S Mark returned Monday fronTa two weeks visit to his arents at Greenville Pa He was suffer ng from the effects of a prolonged spree ind went to Miss Browns to sobor np The fact of his arrival had been kept from lis employer and scarcely any one else new of his presence in town He had wen taking chloral since Wednesday to quiet his nerves and as his death occurred nstantly it is presumed to have bisen tho result of heart failure induced by the use of the chloral Coroner Hamilton found among his effects a 8100 check and iseveral undred dollars worth of Jewelry Busy Recording llailwuy Deeds VALPARAISO Ind Aug re Border Porter county is working his orce now in recording sevtin deeds and wo mortgages concerning the reorgani sation of the Chicago and Atlantic rail way Thesa papers are being recorded in ook county Ills in Lake Porter La Porte Stark Wabash Huntington Pu aski Miami Fulton Adams and Wells LARGE VARIETY The Indispiensable Condiment the Sub ject oil a Little Senatorial Wit WASHINGTON Crrr Aug During Sew Oil Well Drilled In the debate ln on O Aug Tiewwell be motion made by McPherson to put salt on AT tHrthe terday and is now doing about 7000 bar 1 aud read an extract from a els i speech made by Bentou in the senate half a century ago against the salt tax which Strikers a Conference BUFFALO N Y Aug was earned late yesterday afternoon that the triking switchmen had telegraphed to General Superintendent Toncey at New York asking him to grant them a confer ence to settle the present difficulties So far asjeared no answer has been received Up to 4 oclock yesterday twelve trains had been set away To Baice the Price of Coal NEW YOKK Aug 30 of all the leading anthracite coal nies met at the Delaware and Hudson Coa companys office and decidad to ad vance the price of coal on Sept 1 10 and 15 cents a ton and to limit the output to 8250000 tons Horses Killed by Electricity SARATOGA N Y Aug team ot he characterized as and tyran horses driven by John Devoe was killed nica1 inelorable and omnipresent which by the current from a broken electric Poverty shun ighe wire which fell upon them iu front no escape Hoar asked whether Benton had not made that speech about the same time that he made another speech declaring I toat Oregtii and the whole of the Pacific Officer Lmville a Chicago policeman coast territories were utterly worthless or four years had his star taken from for agricultural purposes Tne trikLj OO C BIC VGO Aug 3 i he three strikes of switchmen in tuis the Lake j Shore and the Chicago Alton railways and at the stock been de clared off and tha men have returned to work There is nothing new from the New York strikes except that the state arbitrators had an interview with Vice Webb abont which none of them would talk if the Clarendon hotel This is the first ccidant from such a cause that has oo iurred here him in the public street before crowds of eople Friday it is said because he has been active in organizing the American ue or Order of Deputies au organi speech on the compromise measure He n which antagonizes the Roman I wanted to leave Benton in good company Catholic church Hoar admitted that Beaton was in ex The YOather We Max Expect WABHTSOTOS Crrr Aug following are weather indications for thirtyfiix hoars from 8 p m ysterday For Wis and irarmefr weather winds shifting to southerly For Fair warmer weather except in extreme southern portion coiler northerly winds For Lower weather warmer in northwest stationary temperature in south Proplhecy Is Mighty Onsartin Beagan remarked that Webster had Bald substantially the same thing in his east portion nort westerly winds For Upper warmer weather Kinds shift ing to sonthsrly For IllinoisFair wanner weather except in extreme son kern temoeratura variable ountles Ind and in Allen Van Wert lardin and Marion counties Ohio Aug 3 the New York Lake Etie and West rn Railway company bought the Chicago nd Atlantic railway Aug 13 the Chi ago and Erie Railway comipany was or anized On that day tha seven deeds executed Two Pioneer Citizens Gone INDIANAPOLIS Aug Hon David S Hnffstetter aged 83 died at Or eans Thursday very suddenly of apo lexy He was a prominent citizen of outhern Indiana had served in both ranches of the legislator and was one of je framers of the state constitution in 850 He wfw a stanch Democrat John Carlisle aged 83 a pioneer citizen led Tburday He married three times and was the father of eleven children Curses Sometimes Come Home to Roost INDIANAPOLIS Aug footpads who held up J N Wise a commercial traveler on the outskirts of the city came into the city on a train At the station they jumped off with the polios after them The police killed one of them Ed Quinlan Before dying he made a confession Friday afternoon Quinlans father visited the morgue and kneeling by the body of his uon invoked the cuiaes of heaven on the police Suicide of a York Man HAMMOND Ind Aug H Lewis of Canastota Madison county N y committed suicide at the Morton house Thursday night by taking mor phine He had been gambling considera bly but had money left He left a letter saying he belongedto Odd Fellows and lodges Arrested for Burglary MARTissvrLLE Ind Aug Douglas was arrested here Friday by Sheriff Paul on a charge of bnglariziiig 1FHE RELIABLEFLANNEL SACK COAT OTHER FLANNEL SHIRTS AND COATS CASTOR IA for Infants and Children Cutorto is well adapted to I CwtorU enrol Colic CoMMwUer I recommend ituBuperiortoanypruscripUoa I Sour Stomach known to me H A M D I KUto Wpnns iteep tt 1U So Oxford St BrooU7iiNT TBI CKVTATO TT Murray M ABBREVIATES TELEGRAMS Poor loans caused the failure Friday of the City National bank of Hastings Neb What is alleged to be a case of Asiatic holera is Ixjing treated at a hospital in Vienna A voodoo doctor is reported to be mak ng miraculous cures at Maville a hamlet n Flaorid There are saloons at Burlington a now Before prohibition was the law there were but sixty The Helena National bank of Helena h as been authorized to do businesa with a capital of foOOOOO Salvador and Guatemala have both iigned a treaty and will reduce their irmies to a peace footing The presidents wife aud family arrived Friday at Cresson Springs Pa where hey will spend next month PHYSIO OGY AND HYGIENE Acid PreHorvatlven lu Food Cm denmetl from a Sanitary Standpoint The use of preservatives for articles In tended for food aud drink is an important one both for the manufacturer and con sumer From a sanitary point of view it is doubtful whether any of the preserva tives ordinarily added to intended for human consumption ought to be en couraged Laws exist In continental Eu ropean countries prohibiting the of certain of those preservative agents Sali cylic acid is prohibited by most of them and the manufacturers are there begin ning the use of benzole add which pre servative In small amount and is not easy to detect After a discussion at a conven tion of chemists at Spcyer Bavaria on the 10th of September 18S8 tho conclusion was reached that boric acid as a preserva tive for foods la to be regarded with cau Milton Redier a balloonist fell out of ve W be ruga his airship at Woodsfleld O Friday and authorities have generally was killed The fall was 5UO feet Business failures In the United or the week ended Friday were 165 against ISP for the corresponding weelc in 889 The ameer of Afghanistan has returned o his capital victorious after a two yaara spoken in stronger terms of the of bo ric arJd and yet it enters into the compo sition of a large number of the preaerra tives in the market Dr E Polenske has mode on examina tion of tan commercial preservatives la tended for meats Three of the ten con tained sulphurous acid or sulphites two campaign against rebel who sought hi ItaJ oni each contained alum oxide Charles Grosvonor congressman for salycylicacid and free phosphoric add two Twelfth Ohio jiistrict was defeated for contained glycerine and two boroglycerlne three contained niter and six common salt The one containing arsenious oxide enomination Friday at Ironton O by Eaochs K Boyce and B C Foster promi the only one actively poisonous but aeveral Jf We5 decidedly objectionable ifficulty Friday over family affairs and i Indeed we should object says The Brook BoycB was shot and killed lyn Medical Journal from which the above A well near Goodland Oklahoma Is Rleaned to the addition of 1 thing to our meats which Is not a natural Ingredient of food or cannot be converted ubject to outbursts of hot air which corches to a crisp paper shavings and ther light inflammable substances 1 FanforJ R Claggett a wellknown into a compound natural to the hu body Jemocratic politician died at his home i Lexington Ills Thursday nlgbt aged He had resided in 841 Many Trees and Molit Soli tarn The thick PlantinK of trees clow to ibe stato house is pronounced a mistake by Dr W T Parker in The Sanitarian Heaays The Tunnel house at Sarnia Ont wao A soil loaded with rooU and densely urned Thursday night One of the haied is unfit tor man tTUveTDCTToMX iale servants is known to have been stantly produces a great effect urned to death and two men are missupon the movement of the air velocity ng I is checked and in thick cliu Conductor Horner of the West Madison ten ot tiroes or underwood the air is almost treet cable line Chicago had his right tenant If moist and decaying vegete oot badly hurt Friday in a collision in bn a coincident condition of such vhich a wagoin was caught between two the most fatal forma of maUrloos rip trains and torn to pieces j diseases are produced A moist soil U cold A bomb was exploded In the h eadqnar U generally believed to predispoM to ers of the police at Trieste AustroHan rheumatism catarrh and neuralgia It U ary Friday No one was injured An matter of general experience that ther bomb with a lighted fuse attached P6016 feel on a dry soil In was found In tho railway station j waJ not clear a mourt soil pro Iso burned The total loss is 1971100 THE MARKETS Carmlichaels store An accomplice has confessed giving p ranch of the jewelry stolen I certain portions of the house and diAte vicinity in summer yet not so many as render the noil damp or prevent the Chicago i free circulation of air or wholly ahut out CHICAGO the sun should be the Ideal On the board of trade today Conifers are especially bad If many of tbsmja s follows 2 September opened ttaiid close to the house because ther rlosed SIOJH December opened elude sunnhiue in winter when CUB csumnt 10 closed 3Iay opened 1110 hat too mnch of it losed J109H CornNo 2 September opened nd cloeei October opened oeed ITJfrc May opened and closed September opened October opened closed lay open d and closed 3Hc jer opened closed January pened closed May opened 13PO closed opened and closed Live stock yards prices Hogt Market opened moderately active bat grades 5slclower light grades packing mixed lota 420 heavy packing and shipping lets J5 Produce separator i Conger lard bill rTliri congre b rer flne gathered cream 16 31S fine to goo I i imitations 10il2c darie finest fresh ptickias stocks fresh 15S16c per doz bens per 3b epring chickens roosters turkeys mixed lota dncks spring ducks gvese 435 per doz Ohio t27V3300 per bbl New Jersey Rose f3503373 New Illinois green 82Ou 2A per bbL BstTiei HnckleberrfesoOiiTic per box 8L50 per 18qt case BLactberrieaMichitfii psr 16qt case New York XKW YORK Aaj 2 red winUr cash HUNK do August do September do October do December Homier News Crawfordsville is making slow progresa toward raising flOO000 for a supply of natural gas Only jibout has been inbscribed and the interest is dying out The venerable mother of Dr S H Mor ris of Columbus coroner of Bartholomew county has been fatally prostrated due to mistake of a druggist A prescrip tion called for half a drachm of digitalis JB three ounce of rain water but the cornNo 2 cashdo Jrnggist in compounding it put in one j timber 53Jfc do December oS KUd a half drachms of digitalis Quiet Xo 2 mixvd cash 4IHS2c do Jacob BucheikjjSSsiding near Union September 40J4c do October 40Mc Bjre rille in attendance upon the camp meet Bariey and ing of the SeventhDay Adfentists at Frankfort died very suddenly of la grippe of which he had been suffering for several months John Bnrgen near Sew Market calf four old which has five legs will establish a daily Andenoo to be called The Sao CREAM 4KlN changed Steady Nominally unchanged Live Stock Dull and low and orttm fell off foUy 15c KtonaU ndw poor wt to bett native liteers 100 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