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Logansport Weekly Journal (Newspaper) - May 12, 1883, Logansport, Indiana Jan s3 vol. 35.Logansport, Indiana saturday a if 12, 1883.--10 pages. No. 22. Senator Hawley of Connecticut in his speech before the civil service Beform woo Patlon in Boston the other evening criticized she truly that Superior claims of persons in to Are a a ways ready to enlarge upon the an cleanliness of politics but Are never willing to assist in f Uri tying them. He said Quot it there is a Man i dislike it is the Man who tasks about his morality and purity who sits on the Fence and to Sites no part in politics. I hey say that but Foi the caucuses gentlemen would go to Congress. But gentlemen do go to Congress to Day and As a body they represent the highest and Best element in the country there never was such a Challenge As is Given to the manhood of the Young men of America today. John mor Rissey was the Best Man in his District. The representative As a Rule is the average of the it mu6t take a Good Deal of courage to face life on 60 cents a Day especially if the Man who earns this pittance has a Kimily dependent on him for support. Under such circumstances therefore it in Little wonder that or. Robert p. Porter in his letter to the new York Tribune from Dowlais Wales is compelled to write that Beer is the principal article of diet among the India by Tants of that forlorn Iron District. Drink is the natural Consolation of no in such wretchedness and Beer is to Hies pest beverage they can get. In Ping with this living misery is or. Porter s description of the desolation and decay to be seen around the Penny Carrau Iron works at Merthyr advil Wirich Are now closed. Twenty years ago these shops were the scene of extraordinary activity now they Are silent noti�ith9tauding the great advantages of their situation. Starve Tian wages Are not always profitable tit seems even in England. The democrats Are having already an inkling of the trouble in store for them in the congressional elections next year. A congressman is to be elected soon in the ill District of West Virginia in place of John e. Kenna who w s chosen senator. The District gave about 3 000, democratic majority in 1880,but the Tariff question did not enter into the contest then. It is now an element however the interest in the growing manufactures of the state having attracted attention to the subject. The republicans nominated a candidate and forced the fighting on the ground of Protection to Home industries. The democrats were compelled to meet them there and to Call to their Aid the most prominent protectionist in their ranks sex speaker Randall. The Success of the republicans in the present canvass cannot be calculated upon but tie fact that they have been Able to cause a panic in the democratic ranks in a Strong party District by coming out boldly in Cavor of Protection is an indication of what they will be Able to do in 1884 in the South. By time scientific research Brigt a new explosive agent within the control of Man there is general dismay among All old women and hysterical Edford in the Laud. The ease with which terrible destruction can be caused by the felonious use of dynamite is a present oct Facion for wringing of Handa Aad deploring what is liable to happen to the world. It is Only forty Odd years ago that the manufacture of Sulphur matches was looked upon with far More reasonable dread than is dynamite to Day. The inhabitants of this country at that time were not educated up to the rapid developments of to Day. The first manufacturers of matches bad a hard time of it overcoming the prejudices and also the superstition of the citizens of new England who could hardly Disis amp Oci ate Brimstone from the Agency of the Devil. The newspapers of that period saw the whole country enveloped in flames As the result of placing such a Sample firebrand in the hands of mischief carelessness Aud incendiary so. They termed the granting of the privilege to manufacture Sulphur matches Quot a bid for it is needless to Kay that their fears were never realized. Arson does not Spring from the Means to commit it but from the malice that inspires it. So the dastardly and destructive use of explosives is not the result of the discovery of dynamite but of the unwholesome and incendiary spirit of wicked Man who encourage it. The Means of doing evil have always be no attainable to such dwards As o Donovan Emsa. Bubb Only when an unhealthy Agi Latiol like toe present dynamite furore awakens the evil passions of the Irish that he can find Chi Stariea to Loat to humanity and Wisdom a to use such maans. The fear of dynamite will soon die out and it May become As useful an agent in the hands of peace and Industry As the once ure Adail sul Pher match. State sweepings. The Cannelton journal has suspended publication. A new Bank is to be opened in Marion about july 1, by James and George Swetzer. Phil matter and Joe Sayre. Captain h. Lindsay one of the oldest residents of Wabash county living at Lafontaine died saturday after Brief illness. The English Crawford county Citi Sens Are anxious for the incorporation of their town so that they can improve their streets and Side walks. Rev. George a. Little of Peru has accepted the Call of the presbyterian Church at Muncie and will preach his first Serviou in the latter place next sunday. Rev. George l. Little of Peru has accepted the Call of the presbyterian Church at Muncie and will preach his first Sermon in the later place next sunday. Professor w. P. Shannon late teacher has been elected superintendent of the Public schools at Greensburg displacing professor c. W. Harvey who has held the position fourteen years. The president has pardoned William h. Crow the Greencastle attorney who was convicted of violating the pension Laws and sentenced to nine months imprisonment in the Hendricks Cox into jail. Bulls from the papal authorities at Rome confirming the appointment of the right Bev. Bishop Joseph Rade Macher recently or Lafayette to the see of Nashville tenn., have been received by Bishop elder. Elmer Hawes a brakeman on a local freight on the Jefferson i be Madison amp Indianapolis Railroad was knocked from a train on saturday afternoon by a covered wooden Bridge spanning Stucker and killed. The Seminary at Bourbon was struck by lightning on thursday night and burned. The building had not Beon occupied for some time and the windows were out. It was originally known As the Tunker College. While returning Home saturday night after closing Bis store Albert Arenburgh of Boonville was followed and assailed by an unknown Man and heated with a club. To obey was the evidently object of the assault. Elmer Hawes of Memphis aged Nineteen a brakeman on a local freight on the Jeffersonville Madison a Indianapolis Railroad was knocked from a train on saturday afternoon by a covered wooden Bridge up auning Stucker Ana killed. The Seminary at Bourbon was struck by lightning on thursday night at at out 11 o clock and totally destroyed by fire. The building had not been occupied for some time and the windows were out. It was originally shown As the Tunker College. South Register Quot a. , formerly of Valparaiso but now travelling for the Atzbi Jou Topeno amp Sauta be was speaking yesterday of it Quai shooting Down along tie Gulf of California. He says they Are beautifully plumaged but hive to be flushed with a shot gun. He got fifty even one morning. The Reesburg Limestone company shipped Between the it and the 28tn of april ii.50 car Loarts of Stone. This is the largest amount of any april since the o ening of its quarries. The company has in operation two of the new Patent drills Aud has ordered a third. Each of tae.s3 drills with five men to operate them and eight bushels o Coal per Day will do the work formerly done by Twenty five men. J. W. Harper of la Fontaine Waba a county has one of the largest and Best herds of Short Horn cattle in the state. Among which Are represented such famous families As Lanthe. Fashion Louan Caroline Craggs frantic and Clarks Villes. The Herd is headed by the celebrated bulls first Duke of Liberty and Acklam Sheron a pure Rinek Rose of Sharon related to the avg rite families of the most noted Short Horn breeders of the United states and recorded in the american Herd Book. Charles l. Poock the Barber who was the principal witness for handier in the recent Gulgar Mandler slander suit at Lafayette met Captain Wallace in the Street in front of the shop where Poock work tuesday and asked Wallace when he was going into court again to perjure himself. Wallace replied with a stroke from his heavy Cane in Poock s face and put sued the latter through the Barber shop into the Back Yard where the Barber escaped. Ora nos column. Our motto we recognize no North no Houth no East no West Ara labor few the stood of our order our country and edited by John e. Hopkins Young America is. The National Grange. From the report of the worthy treasurer it appears that the finances of the Grange Are in a Satis factory and healthy condition. Luc luding a balance on hand of s2,254 55. The receipts of the i Cal year which ends september 30. Were $14.144 50, and the expenses for the same time $11 948 47, leaving a balance of s2,196 03 in the Treasury. Thirty states paid Grange dues. Ohio is the Banner state having paid $984 24 Michigan is the second having paid $792 43 Aud Texas the third. Paying $742 32. The number of new Granges organized during the year was 77, of which Only two were in Indiana. The largest number organized in any state was eleven which was in be York. From official sources we learn that the number of new Granges organized during each of the first six months of the current Grange year is As follows october 11, november 9. December 5, january 6, february 16, March 23, total 70. Again new York leads there having been twelve organized in that state and in Indiana again Only two. This makes 147 new Granges organized within eighteen months. The number of new Granges in 1s79 was seventeen in 1f80, forty in 1831, fifty seven in 1882, seventy seven in past six months seventy showing an increasing activity. During the morning session of the second Day. Brother a. Gift Ord of Meaford Canada bras introduced and addressed the Grange. We shall give the entire address at the earliest Opportunity. During the afternoon see Sion of the third Day Lieut. H. H. Den Woody United states signal office waa introduced to the Grange by his excellency gov. Porter of Indiana and addressed the Grange on the subject of the organization of slates weather service to gather statistics As to temperature rain fall Aud All climate change and in connection Ith the United state signal Berloe office to give War Niino of approaching storms Forest or floods. It will be interesting to every Farmer to know the action of the National Grange on the proposition to Mke the commissioner of agriculture a Cabinet officer therefore we copy from the proceedings by unanimous coi isei to brother Harrison of ala., presented the following memorial to the Hon. Senators of the National Ojni a it it i it. A the National Grange now in 16th annual Sion assembled in the City of Ludi Anapolis lud., respectfully request the senators of the several states to give favourable consideration to a Bill now on the a Nate flies said Bill having for its object the creation of a free department of agriculture whose Bead shall be a member of the Cabinet with the title of Secretary of agriculture. The National Grange in its present session comprises members from thirty two states Aud they believe they do represent truly the desires of Farmers throughout the Union in the requests herein the memorial was referred to the committee on agriculture who reported it Back with the recommendation that it be adopted. The report was received and on motion the Resolution was adopted. The 3lituem�<teea. 3ir. A. J. A Lam to of Manatee fia., has grown an East India Mangosteen sent him by the commissioner of agriculture three years ago. It is twelve feet High Aud will Lear the coming summer it is supposed. Toe Mangosteen is one of the most delicious of All fruits and is produced by a native tree of the moluccas Island. Its production is limited to a Small Section in the East and at tempt i to produce it in the Wes ladies Bavy ailed. A tract ii from Keply to sinter Fieldine. The reason of our giving extracts from our own letters is two fold first to make the references of our correspondents Plain and second we Are endeavouring to give a running history of the Grange in this part of the state and can do it better in this manner than by formal articles. Youso America ind., nov. 30,1882 mrs. T. W. Fielding Wilson Florida. Dear Madam and Bister a your esteemed favor of the 4ih instant came to hand on the 11th, and the copy of the Florida dispatch for which i sincerely thank you arrived by the next mail. When i think of your Beautiful country the Laud of Flowen Quot Quot the Italy of America Quot i roof Entiat other things Side from my mind and my imagination revels among the luxuries of your wonderful tropical vegetation. Among tie Many vegetable productions that i understand Are to be found in your state i desire More to see the Cocoa Palm than any other though i have Little doubt that if i would leave Here now where the ground is covered with six inches of Snow and the water with one half Inch of ice and immediately go to Florida among what to me would be the bewildering variety of strange and Beautiful objects and behold the glorious Luxuriance of tropical vegetation surely i would feel As if i had been transp after to another world. I am surprised and sorry to Leam that the Grange is in such a Low condition in your state. You ask my advice As to what you should do to build up our order there. I feel incompetent to advise but am willing to give my opinion in the matter. Your idea of calling a Deputy from some other state is Correct and is the first thing you should do. In connection with him you should have a series of lectures by one or More of the staff of the National lecture Bureau and thai work should be supplemented by a generic and thorough dissemination of Grange literature. In Cass Carroll and Howard counties in this state we Are attempting to establish a Grange department in the county papers. I have been appointed editor in my county. If you Ever have the Good or it May be bad Fortune to see me i am sure you will think that in making an editor of me the Granges used their last available stick of editorial Timber in this part of the country. We Are working determinedly for the Success and up build ing of our order and expect to succeed too. We have a staff of As Good state officers As there is the Union and it is their i Iel Ity Energy and High order of talents that have saved our order during the great declension and Are leading it on to Victory. Ido firmly believe that our Noble order is doing More to sooth the sectional animosities and heal the moral wounds of the late War than any organization excepting the Church of our lord and Savior Jesus Christ. Hoping to hear from you soon Aad that our correspondence May be pleasant to ourselves and interesting and profitable to those i Hout As Well As those within the Gates i am. Fraternally your brother. John e. Hopkins. Of Lomance Aad Beally. The Crawfordsville journal commenting on an interview published in the Lafayette courier with a gentleman who recently returned from Dakota remarks Quot one Man has been heard from who has not flt und Dakota a Paradise. His experiences have been set Forth in tie l Fayette courier of last tuesday and his statements Are perhaps More reliable than those of speculators and real estate agents whose motives for singing the praises of the territory Are probably not As disinterested As they i gtd to be. His name is Joseph Madden and like hundreds of of bar men he was induced to leave a Fine farm in Indiana with the Prospect of making an immense Fortune in the wilds of a Takota. His crop last year was almost an entire failure and the Prospect this year so far is not encouraging. He Intel Ivy to Settle up his ? and return to this i Tate which he bitterly regrets having left. Fargo he found to be a dead town and the merchants Are apprehending the failure of the wheat crop this year with the gravest fears. Hundreds of men who went there As he did. Have shared Bis experience and Are Selling out and returning to the East. Let year land rented for one half the crop delivered at the station the tenant to furnish his own seed. This year land owners furnish the it eed and ask for but one half the crop on the farm and even non these easy terms Are not Able to secure tenants. The Snow is four a a a deep. Last Winter the weather was fearful two Story houses were completely burled beneath the Snow and Light had to be used in by time As Well As by night. People suffered horribly during the prevalence of Bli. Ards Aud at such times remained within doors As much As possible. Six months out of the twelve must be spent in enforcing idleness. Whether Hli statements have been exaggerated or not a Farmer who has a farm in Indiana where the soil is Gaa Erauw Fertile the climate As Good As climate is anywhere and crops Are raised with comparative ease should consumer Well before he gives up a certain Means of earning his living for an uncertainty. Many a Man has work All his life his wife has added her Energy and Economy to his labor and they Lead secured enough to make their old age a in Fortunie has risked and lost All i a the foolish Hope of Inaki Gau enormous Fortune which he could not manage in Nice Caes out of ten it he bad it. Joanl Tref la a. Farmers Are Busy at com planting. The Street sprinkler is doing effectual work. This is the Weither that brings May Flowers and malaria. A woman could t Wear anything usher than a red veil. Now is the time to trim the dead branches off of your Trees. The Best bananas Are those whose skins have began to turn Black. The regular Fly season has opened and already the flies Are punctuating the window pane. The heavy editor s paste cup proves a perfect Bonanza for the hungry Little creatures. Philologists say that the Quot Henty meet Minety to Quot and Quot Euy teeny Mony Mike Quot which children use for counting in some of their games and which Are commonly considered gibberish Are in reality the sole survival of the language spoken by the earliest inhabitants of the British Isles. _ tie new judge a Alifier. Hon. We. A. Wood tuesday qualified As judge of the u. S. Court District of Indiana. The Iron Clad oath and the oath of office were administered by judge Drummond and without ceremony court opened. The jury made a final report returning eleven indictments and were discharged. Kit Carson indicted for passing bogus Gold Coin entered a plea of guilty and so did we. Bosh charged with uttering counterfeit Silver Coin. Sentence was deferred until to Morrow. Andrew j. Incline Rock of Cass county Charles b. Jackson of Evansville and de. Connors of Bloomington violation of the postal Laws pleaded not guilty and so did Nathan Harris of Warren indicted for counterfeit. La do cements were returned against we. T. Hunter a letter Carrier of Richmond for stealing a letter and de. M. A Kvis one of the Tipton gang for counterfeiting. Notice was Given that the criminal calender would e called on the 21st inst. Skin pm of grateful expressions. We append a few expressions clipped from the letters of those persons who have been relieved and cured by the use of Ely s Cream Balm. They Are taken at random. Catarrh sense of taste and smell which was lost entirely restored Quot Quot offensive a w Atid breath entirely overcome Quot Quot Relief almost instantaneous and cure thorough in chronic cases of years it is endorsed and used by physicians As a positive cure for Catarrh catarrhal headache and cold in the h and. It is it harmless is actual and agreeable remedy Aud sup rior to Auy thing Ever before offered the Public. It is not a liquid or a.nuflandi8easiiy applied. Sead for circulars and scores of testimonial a. Sim at druggists for Olts. Ely s Cream Halm co., leg n x. Y. Quot we Are hearing the most favorat>2e reports of its curative effects Quot Antes Vanriper amp co., druggists pass Lac n. J. Quot for treatment of Catanh cold in the head cat a Rhal deafness and Hay fever we Call particular attention to a valuable remedy Ely s Cream Balm. It is easy Aud agreeable to apply the Lumine As Luin. The fort Wayne Sentinel after canvassing the Field is inclined to think that fort Wayne will be left out in the cold in the location of the insane asylums. This paper in thursdays Ssue says Quot As much As the Sentinel dislikes to confess it we Are forced to the opinion that it will be a Long time hence Ere fort Wayne secures the location Here of an insane Asylum governor Porter at his visit to Kankakee 111., to Cusp set there the Illinois Eastern Hospital for the insane in order to obtain pointers was communicative Aud his remarks were telegraphed to this paper and printed tie other Day. He said that the commission would undoubtedly locate the asylums at Richmond and Logansport. This morning a reporter of this paper met judge Allen z ullars of the supreme court and asked him what he thought about the location of the asylums. He said he had no Faith that the Asylum would be located Here and considered the visit of the commission to this City a Mere formality. Judge z Hilary very Wilt Ely remarked that our men ought to have fought the passage of the Bill unless the words Quot fort Wayne Quot were specifically inserted. The judge interviewed several of the last week and they All cautiously expressed the sentiment that some other City than this would be selected As a site. The commission will not arrive Here for two weeks and at the meeting last night the committee of reception postponed making arrangements to entertain the visiting some very Fine Wal tons Indianapolis journal Quot the a Queen is to be reproduced at the grand next week and the Small Bills which Call attention to the engagement Are a oat the Moat glowing things imaginable As the following excerpt will testify last rendition of tee wondrous fairy Peg font the Naiad Queen 400 performers enact its wondrous scenes flying eagles carry children on their backs living figures Rise from Stormy Ocean Depths Hving fairies descend from heaven to Rescue lost children on a mighty Eagle Libity descends from realms of air. Person ated by living characters. Night and morning float upon Fleecy Clouds through mid air hundreds of of series seen in Sylvan dells and glittering Araiz toes amid showers of Silver and Gold moving Waters sailing boats sinking rocks tempestuous storms grandest Tableaux Ever looked non by human eyes most gorgeous scenery and mar Velous effects Ever displayed in America. Come to the capital City and witness such a scene of grand Tran Soen Denter and amazing elaborate Ness As your eyes May never look upon again Etc., Etc. The Man who wrote that Bill has mistaken his vocation he should be Advance agent for a circus. Particular attention is hereby called to that word transcendent eur the original copy of Wlinich is framed in a Queen Anne design in this toe above is Complete with one exception they have neglect etl to give a Send off. The Quot master of mechanism Quot ought to be on the Bills. _ from new Mexico. A card from Walter Landis received at this office reads Friend postal card forwarded from pm vegas reached me at Lordsburg where i am at present have been Here two weeks. Leave soon for Chihuahua. This is a town of about 300 people. It would be a Lively place for a daily paper but Don t suppose a reporter would live Over a week. In the last ten Days there has been a justifiable homicide a murder a Lynching and a fire. W. K. and provi Sless. Chicago. May m. To cry Market form Good to fancy win ter. �?�4.t5atk.0u Good to fancy Western Spring extras t4.00d5.75 a ten Tai by flour f8.a075. Of axe a wheat to. 2 red Winter nominal at tl.l3h�l-14 no. A re it i. �1.05 rejected do. I m no. S White Sec sales by example free on boart. At 1.04 for no. A Keil. No. T Spriner a old at $l11.11h furn Trular. And Tor Gilt edged Peceu w. No. Lie rejected 85c a ales by Sample on Tiack at cry for no Grade tif Gumc for rejected and for no. 3. Rei Iular no. 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