Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on September 24, 1896 · Page 7
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 7

Logansport, Indiana
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Thursday, September 24, 1896
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DPI IP.ATF WOMEN ULLIUnlt Should Use . FEMALE REGULATOR. IT IS ft SUPERB TONIG and exerts a wonderful influence in strengthening her system by driving through the proper channel ail impurities. Health and strenoth are guaranteed to result Irom its use. " INDUSTRY OF THE SHERIFF, How the Democratic Promi.e of 1898 App»a«'From Actual Be»nlU. THE DEXUXCIATlOJf. Wertuuounce a policy which fosters no industry so much as it does that ol the sheriff,—Democratic Platform of 1802. BR1BHEU) BEOCLATOB CO., ATUKTA, 61. •old kj »il Druitilto »t li.00 per fcottl.. TIMETABLES. AND THE STAR SPANOU6O In triumph »h«ll »•»• O'«r tht Und .. And tin 'bomt' el On br««»* oar , who can doubt the issue of this oampaign ? - Statioa. m COUNTER ^ —^ Cut Down Expenses." Bradford 3:00 » m; 18*6 p »;1 SO pm J. A. McCTLLOUQH. Agent. Logansport. ,-In" EAST BOUND. IB. -8 . * Boston Urn d daily 'old DO 42.. 241 . m BEL BIVEB DIVISION. WESTBOUND. 23&P NoSOIeavr.. NoS41e»ve. „*„ » ., 3J!Opni V AND ALIA LIN'*. TKAIN8 onli ... TliB KegulaM and the Bolten. It is the hope, apparently, of the Pop- ocratic apologists to frustrate thehonest purpose of the sound money Democrat, who have refused to trample the trad,, tions of their party under foot at the bidding of Populists, by discrediting their coming convention and casting flrmhts unon the regularity of its gene- Sr A "convention of bolters" is the answer of tho Popocrats, to the call of the executive committee. But then, ou tho other hand, until the new party, the Popocratic, had cut loose from Democracy, declared for repudiate, riot and revolution it had no existence. Its delegates were elected as Democrats but proved basely untrue to their. ., ilu . ._. rtv They bolted Democracy and : w .» in dnnfeer, adopted Popocracy, whoso cornerstone | who -«t it is the repudiation of the national debt - i-«i »«d and whose object is war on ™tionalin- dustry, ruin to wage-earners, destruction of national credit, and prosperity to mine owners only. The spokesmen of the national Democracy have the bolters fool when they ^enfind the country that the Popocrats came into being the moment they denounced a Democratic administration for its aot in maintaining the parity of the two metals, according to^the platform, and defending the credit of the ^ho^men who switched themselves and the convention, from, the Demo- oratic lines, refusing: even to modify their repudiation of Democratic pnn- ciDles-thesearethebolten.. The men who stand today W here.the Democratic party has always stood-these are the Democrats. T.OSO- are conspicuous today in tile rero- froni of this assault that is being made upon the nationthrongh the instrumentality of .the Chicago plattorm and the Chicago candidates. But their.,m a8 ks have been stripped from their faces^ They stand out in all the hideousness of actual anarchists. Nor is it possible tonger to decievo the farmers, many of whom in 1800 were as putty m the Sands of these destroyers. It is the fanner Vote that is going to crush out DENOTJSCED DOWN TO DATE. In July there were 271 failures, of manufacturers, with liabilities of $,,068,04% - «8«» st ' ^i^^iMB liabilities of only 12,800,517 m 1895. The largest failures this year have been in the lumber and woolen trades, both of which have suffered from Democracy.'s gift of free raw material. We«t Virginia'. Chance. Free Trader Bryan's conviction that the tariff an coal is indefensible ^fater -ho. — thl. —try iihouldored Sil« mniKel; lie §outhern nattlefleldn; jo prevented the political fton from purinlnB a PLUG no D8W > FOR THE SOUTH No 18 JorTerrjHautedalgexSun........ No 11 Jor Terr* H»uW a»»J»* DUU ....... 713 a m IIAO 8 m her hope., ral.ln* her to her feet bidding bar "Go In peace and .!» -iore"-that farmer today i» the m .lay of order and prosperity a» lie wan the raalmtay of the Union." , The American farmer is endowed abundantly with common sense and glories in his honesty ;and his ..love of country. This warfare m which Bryan is the nominal leader is an assault upon intelligence, upon honesty and upon patriotism. The American farmer has. "__,.;_!.- HO will be found flgbtv . . No 15 daily except , Bnnday .......... """.""ww p m —• ' A SHORT JOURNEY TO CALIFORNIA IN Sliver »nd Farm Prloeil. [Now York Post.] ,. Mr, Lucius B. Swift of IndianapoUs has been making a collection of - the prices of farm products in Indiana from 1873 to 1892 in order to test, the assertion of the silverites that there has been a steady decline in such prices, and that It has been due to the demonetization of silver These are the prices nearest to the farm They show approximately what the farmer realized. The prices during the suspension of specie P«y»«* are reduced to gold values, and the re- suits are the following: Io73~ 1877, Corn,per bushel... »•» 18831887. 8T • 88.8 IB .67.6 50.8 s.n 1883- VM. 89.8 U5.2 87.2 68 (0.4 9.54 . no part in it. He will be found fight, ing it from now tiU sundown on' election day. tion that he was rescued from the private life to which his West Virginia con- ItitucntB relegated him. There will be no friendly tariff reform, industry de- sasftsSiSffisr ^ss^^^sr Idle Railroad Handi. tion.-Wall Street Daily News. ...... How is this, President Roberts? Is it no fa fact that your 1,800 can are • *£ Cause our people are idle and that our people are idle because we have-a tariff toforoe that has admitted large quanti- ies-of foreign goods made by foreign labor, and that the enforced idleness of our people has checked their ability to buy goods, hence there is no demand for your 1,800 idle cars to haul goods to nonconsnmors? ' A woman knows what a bargain really is. She knows better ttian a man. "BATTLE AX" is selected every time by wives who .buy tobacco for their husbands. Theyselectitbecauseitisanhonest bargain. It is the biggest to size, toe smallest in price, and the best in quality- The 5 cent piece is almost as large as the JO cent piece of other high grade brands^ _ J.et the Silver Miner ExpUlnl Does the free silver ostrich think he hafconcealed his whole body -when ^ erely thrn»t his head under the cSwke bush?' He pretend, to fl* e higher prices for the bsnefit.of all Soducfw, but he canuot hide his silver to be turned into money by stamp- FIRST CLASS STYLE The Southern Pacific Co. "SUNSET LIMITED" TRAIN. Over the Sunset Route-New Orleans to LO. Angelw and San FrancUco. WM discontinued April Mth. Tbe ,.,-rlor accommodations given tt» gr^t number of patrons of the above train during the past tourist season, warrants tho announcement of plans f« next season of finer service with ajolpment superior to. anything yet i in transcontinental traffic, for early re-Inauguration of • LIMITED" toll fall. For Home Seekers. Southern Pacific Co. "Sunset -• in connection with tbu "Queen t Eoute" are running the through tourist Pullman leaving Cincinnati every r evening for Los Angeles and ' F8 TeSslons are specially coz, ed and the object Is to enable thost i do not care to buy the flrst-clas. mod trip « o* ™ Ucket8 ' ? eDJ °* . comfortable ride with sleeping car trlfUegei and no change of cars at ine -try low second-class rate. For further Information, address w. H. CONNOR, Commercial Agt. ». F. •*., Cincinnati, O. W. O. NBiMTER.,0; W. Agt. 8. P ••.. Chicago, IU. . 9. P. MORSE, Q. P. * T. Agt B. r •0;, New Orleaut, La, Pneumonia. Mrs. A. J. tewrence," of Bearer, I*.,. ofa severe stuck of P n *, n 2*i o ? 1 £;j 1n •pUncHd'shape. It is a wondjnrfnl remedy for cough* and Jang troubles. Also, for outward me; for bums/cold iores and chapped bands and face, It cores 177 T v i- J -i^.vi* 4«t 4n* f*tn* i-Wr! „ ....... thesi,-crops there waa .only «.ta which the Indiana farmer did not rea- Cmore in the-last named »«tod£» in the first. . That one was wheat, as to which there were peculiar If that is true, how can free coinage double the value of anything but silver, double U- ^ oaid he expect other join his little game upon such - -" How could a man pay a e easily if the silver dollar cos, nuuj-. a* mnohx* the fruits of bin toil as the gold dollar? . coina^f silver wm.enable the American Sentiment. I would secure the American to the American producer, and * .. ^ heifete to raise the duties whenever if by holding exclusively the American / ^^" a %££S5'Sff£ Sorted here makes a demand for one Sard less of" American fabrication.— Hoa. William McKinlcy. Labor 1 * Chancw to Think. . had Ballon in pnce omit the five crops which had however • ad- does not "letjjp on them," r proving that they are lows "he 'subject' ^Snic of 1893, ••—- mine owners. The Blana\ under which we paid . urohaa. of 'silver in order-to- market. Under this Un, vup to 1998, we Iwpl-^^ 002 worth , of 'silver, out coined 186,000,000, and stored as one would store bay or .. have it on hand now to the extent of wagon loadsi counting a ton to- a- This measure of- greed and follr. 1898, from which wheat to the mint, or to the mill, and lot- only will it not be,increased in £i w> but the miller will retain a share fnr the erinding. Mr. Bryan should Splainto the .embattled «•*"«•»»£ to wants them to do.,so much for-the bullion boodlers and so. little for themselves. ' ••• ; • -— - — ; In a presidential campaign it should beremembered that congress is almoat as important a-part.of the Rovernment as the president, and as much attention should be given the election of congressmen as to the election of a presidential ticket 'A president without a congress in sympathy with him is not a very powerful element of the government. ... An Artny Tuntlem. ^ The new army tandem has attracted iareat attention.. On the front handle .bars'ore tightly, strapped two.army over,i coats- and *on • the rear, bars ; a , pair of blankets. Besting in brackets on eacn : fl ide of the machine is a, 13 shot repeat- Una rifle, and hanging on each seat post : a Colt quick action revolver of the latest and trades, have suffered. Just beginning, to recover from that dfc aster when a new agitation wai i started e gold standard altogether br - silver »**«* a coinge o- silver »**« This is what w« are suffering «:"H e re is where thelarmer's misery comes-in. In addition., to thiaihere is a case of signal .flags extending .almost the whole length of -tho.machine, .bnt.not interfer- ina with the ,riders, in,the,leaet, an.d this is the case with all the equipments, being ready for'use in a moment, and vet canning :not the slightest interference.— Philadelphia Tirues.^ Those advocates of fiat money who point to the prosperity oi. Mexico as a •~ .,-- _^._^ fa- thgjr belief are sadly '• - - ' • - - •'- in F.nner. oath. Bi,hi ^ Those dwnasogues and revolutionttts who .omehow managed to makettem- In the Fanners' Alliance remained so as loug as ' ., . and cnapped oa«os ana imc«,» «!««» nvement 'and remainea so M uiuf ™ '.-;''••':. like magic. It it invaluable in tne fan>- J*p farmers were.-Wind t* it»:realpnr' fj^-.'".^; 1 .^ v-^'-'•:•.;•••. '•:>{• '.^iriV;: • -,^-^'h^^r.r- viHi^^Sj^i^^ilp^^^a^^l nuiinformed as to the.fucts. .Labor Mexico receives as compansation only few cents » day, and the ,i;..bnring. man. lives accordingly. ,Is : .th;ii, : kind of protperity American waRe-":'-iier» want.'; There could be no more odious kind of class legislatiou-than that which the Democratic party seeks ,to effect in the form of a BO per cent reduction of wages for the benefit of the owners of silver Bryan For Fr«« ™-— When the free trade presidential can didate of the Democratic party, Hon. William J..Bryan, was a member of congross, he voted for the..free wool of the Wilson bill. . "I am for free^ool, he openly boaetedi and he aided in re- ducimTthe value of American sheep and the price of American wool to our Seep farmers. Every western state and every western voter, should be agains. "Free Wool' 1 Bryan. ^ . Lone. Loud » nd Btranf. , The arguments for protection must be vigorous, and loud enough tot>e heard plainly in Nebraska during this cam- TOign, because Mr. Bryan finds that "arguments in. traveling that long distance become somewhat di.lnted^nde*- ten polluted." So let us have them strong and healthy, that they may.with- stand his NebrMka dilution and.polln- tion. _ •__ • •• •'-'—i" ' • Bryan Would. p«»'«>jr It. Because the wool growing ^^ is small in comparison witt other.agri- oultural interests Free Trader By** favors free wool. Why ; not giTftitiwi- tection and^a-chanoe to.grow again? •. If protection be "vioioni in practice, " as Mr: Free Trader • Bryan SB,., then " operate our factories, to employ American labor and to pay wages to Americans is "vicious in practice. • : ' trouble For Bryan. That "crown of thorns" i» likely yet, with pain and anguish; to wring the brow of Free Trader Bryar. . • : ideas should of the United Member, of rwontT-Fifth Infantry Cow 1100 MUCH In Twenty-Two Uay* The Twenty-fifth infantry bicycle corps, commanded by Lieut. Moss, have reached Helena from Fort Yellowstone. The distance between the two posts of 191 miles was covered in 27 hour... Lieut. Moss and his men left Fort Mm- B oula 22 days ago and have covered 1,100 mile* of mountain climbing, across the SS Rockies,'through the Kafaonal park. The object of the trip was to test the bicycle in the mountainous It is the first practical test «-,,eel for military purposes ever On that account the trip has significance and has with interest by men in the army The trip has proved the entire practlcabilltyof the bicycle for military purposes over such roads.as arc usually found in a mountainous country. Lieut. Moss'said: "This is .the first real test ever mad. with the bicycle as a machine for mill Ly purposes. On several occasions one officerond one or two privates have S runs to see how fast they could iro Those were tests of rap.dity. Our ta '.'tit of durability. The party wn not made up of export bicyclists, who are scorching'through the c °™ iT /:°" of eight ordinary riders selected fwo the soldiers of Fort Mlssoula We h» ma de nnd broken camp in .the nun clriden through mud, sand,-dust an .water, over rocks, ruts and stones crossed mountain ranges, fordc streams, stopped for nothing, carrie rations, cooking utensils, rifles, ammu nition, 30 pounds to. every m"" ™anK ets tents, underwear, extra parts, in fact, all the baggage THINKS SPBAY NOZZLE A FAD. Chief Sw.nl. Wltne..« a New Inventlo. to Protect Firemen.. A number of persons gathered at the foot of La Salle.*trcet, Ch.cago, the other afternoon to.wltnew.the.«alo£ .e. 6 pray nozzle, an invention of Philip .Doyle, on engineer of engine company *to 5 of the Memphis (Teon.) fire de- SUnMER TOURS -VIA ;j BIG FOUR W | TO THE nOUNTAINS, LAKES and ? SEASHORES Solid Vestlbuled Tralas W<tb Wagner Sleeping Car* ^ Set York iad Bostol 'trom :•; natt, Dayton, Coiumbus, X OLKVBLAND AND BUFFALO "The Knickerbocker Speclml.|| "The South-western LlmXed." ', Six Terminals at the Great Lakes, y fhlcaco, Benton Harbor, *« to *r" DetS SandWky, Clevela»f: Tourist Rates in all Direction!. B. O. McOormlck, Pas«. Traffic Manager. D. B, Martin, GenL Pass and Ticket Agent Greatest Discovery of toe I9tti^ Century. . MWBJOHDt Medicated Air Catarrh, AatliMB. ; •ndall '- Polmonirj DI It bu no equ»JI file* uncl Nemml SSe, O EMora D , .uperintendpnt of th. fire alarm system of Memphu. brought the nozzle to Chicago in order to get the opinion of Chief Swenic concerning Ks merits. The nozzle had been Iried but once before, and tb» . wnsrnt .the annual convention of flremen. a Salt Lake City; but as Chief Swenie dU not. attend the convent.on he bad not B een it. The no ZZ lc used was tho first one made, and it is saw will be made on 1 ^—- . . -sis; The Looansport Humane Sociefl|| (INCORPORATED.) For the Prevention o|.C". Women Children and Animal* E. 8. Blce-Pre*. Geo. W.WMtert-Sec. J J. H'W'*"" 1 W at BI«hop- Telephone No. 3D. Be jott caws of cruelty lo 8ec:etM». » fcrt to .; directed the experiment with the we his opinion about th. nozzle. Chief SwenJe said: I™ «* prepared to say much about it In my opinion the «prny nowle woul.1 be ft Tery good thlnf? to sprinkle lawns, but whTtthe Chicago •«« **P*«���* wants 10 water power, an.l not sprnv We hove the Ball norzle and I be Foley nozzle now, and I danot ^ .^ is any necessity of a change.^ Tt -.»* h * belief of the , chief that any ^klnd of , a spray/nozzle Is.n fad nnd not a neceh- ' man States. . cirookOT-n ^ demand for Crooks tubes cJased one thousandMrt (n H months. . . ^-. * >:<>xx>s^^ '"••' : rursi D/LBLBWtR, " M»nuf«ciuref o* : badies'fine PfinC Wholesale I 111 ^ arid-Retail.-.,;... ^,63 State Street/ . CHlCAGf>| TI,« T^iidliiK For Establlshmenl lii? «^!fe«g«««rS| ™G<»dsMintonV"""^""'- OorresDOB-:;, dcnce (tollclu-d.

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