Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on January 31, 1895 · Page 2
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Logansport, Indiana
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Thursday, January 31, 1895
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IS SUICIDE A SIN? Robert G. Intfersoll Nor. gays It Ls "What the Genial Philosopher Really Meanc. Other Equally Kn.iiu-lit Men l>lllVr Fruin JUs Views. LIVELY LITTLE THINGS. A Question Involved Each of us Must Decide, A Letter oi'lNiworlill Interest to Our KcsMlers. The eloquent Robert G. Ingf rsoll in a recent communication ^° ttie New York Wond, tnk-B the grou-tid ihat Fuii-.kli 1^ not iihvitys a niti. New [Oik's rii"t-t ('mint-lit; o.lfriryuiHii, men uncl jiidg-H, imni'-d'iitely filled the columns of clmt paptr * Hli, protf«tiitiotiH iiguiiut tlm B rt -' llt thinkers theory. What Mr. logersoll really sn!J nnd ; meant was, tluir, unuVr cert.iiin circumstances Filicide WHS not a bin. For Instance, hf tlioti_-lit thus in c»so o f ft perm n niiTering willi sii-kn«-ss and ' hopeh'fw of n cure, il would not be a Bin to end man sulTering by self- destruction. Mr. Ingersoll'rf iM»'» was the limn- »nltnrltns one of iirrosslni pain. But he forgot that it is often dilTleult— nay, .Impossible to draw tli« line •when B, disease in curable or iucuru- ble. Mere suffering should ^not be ft •warrant for self-destruction. Count- lea- cases of terriblf, yt>c, excruciating sulTeriui;, have been cured uveu »fter all hope was lost, and doctors ''have pronounced trio disease- incurable. Many u sufferer from disease has been brnuj? t 10 the verge of •uioide and afterwards roaovored perfect heal'h. An estinnible Incly, Mra Lila C. •Boot, who redden tit 80 Elm .street, Ne* Bedford, Mass., tells the following filets: "J was very nervous, 1 ' the said, "a>>d my kidneys were In u terribio *—- «tate, and 1 Imd awful pains in my L bank and s-ule and o,mld noC sleep .if. • nigbt. My hi'iuncho WHS a source '.'.-' of grt-at annoviuiuo. and I suffered , '. much at certain periiXl.s. I eaunot cpeiik too highly of Dr. .':.-.. Greene's Nt-rvura blood and nerve . remedy, for it cured mo of my terrible com plaint. Why, 1 felt so inis- " erable that 1 often thought I would •> take my own life. II thank -.'" God for (llreotirw inn to chis won :; derful remedy. I deem it my diry '•.. to any that I think Dr. Greene's Norvurii blood und nerve remedy the ". best medicine in the world." ; Cusu after easn like t,t>o above mljitit be cit-d, when all hopo of I ' cu'O had be.en abuudoned, uud the persons given up todie, aud yet this •wonderful medicine lias brought '•'• buck health and joy unto the otrinktMi households. s-. Suicide is i-elf destruction- It i* : .just as much suicide to neglect Otu's health whim slightly ill, or when apparently trivial symptoms arise, -.' as to deliberately take Olio's life. To !• feel nervous, Co hn.v« weak nerves, to be tired, llstles-, biugn ti, to have • headache, i iligestion, courtipntion • and -dyspfp's-ii. to pass sleepless • nights, to wiiki- tired mornings, to be ever so slightly run down in '• health aud strength—these are the ; ' precursors of serious dis-etwe, to 1)0 Inter followed by prostration and premature death, unless attended to at once. 7". Sui jide is a siu, and it is a suieide tone.-lect your health. Ttike this grand medicine, Dr Greene's Ker'•..'. vura blood and tierve rnui'dy and it •will make you v el! and strong. Take [. it because it curt-.-; take it becaus it is a phys-ician's prescription, the discovery of Dr. Green-, of 3~> We.-t , 14th scree*. Xt-w York City, the ' most suoaessful specialist in curing '• nervous and chronic diseases--, aud who pi'es his great medicine double -value by allowing: all to consult him, • free of cnar^e oo corning tuelr diseases,-either personally or by letter. Kev, l)r. iVrle. of llostoi;. says that '. ho had ri Swedish girl doing housc- '•'' work in his family, and she announced not long :i-,'o that she wished to return on :i visit, to her native land. "And will von work for me when yon '•'comeback' 1 " he asked. The girl did . not seem to understand, nnd said: ' >l .-\re you disntisiied with me?" "V\ hy. ,' -no," replied the clergyman. "I only '' thought that you might not want to i 'come back, and that I might have to cc^"eBonu-one else." "I have always ; ' teen" tauTlit." w».s the reply, "that ; -jvhenagirl -rocs to worl; in a family ' she I'M to remain there unti.1 she is ":' married." "Such a unique, such an ori-inal character," says Dr. Ucrlc. m -.'telling the story, "is beyond my com: prehension."- Uochesterjl^rald. .- The marble belt recently diseo*fered in Georgia is over sixty miles in lenpth, '•:, and the state geologist says that the |k_»tone is susceptible of i. high polish, •brae of it is flesh color, tinged with Pfrcon.and somcof a light gray, banded •with black. It is thought that itwOJ threo Kuuill i;ut Arlivo Cruntmcoan* Now ill u OotU:ini Aquiirluiu. A montli or so ;i£O there were driven in upon the beach by a gale of wind in Cravesend l);iy tlireu little lobsters that would have been lost if they had not happened to be picked up by one of the collectors for the New York city aquarium -stationed at the bunch. They wore sent up to the aquarium at Castle Garden, where they now are, all hearty and thriving. The bluest of tlie.se little lobsters is about !i>if inches in length; tlu: smallest one, of which a life-size picture is here presented, is about l!i indies in length from its | lin head to the Up of its tail, the points be- j ers twecn which the lobster's measurement is id ways taken, the bitf claws not counting :my more than a man's arms i-xtcnded above his head would count in his measurement. Over all, ;us it ALL RUNNING. Trolley Lines in Brooklyn Send Out Their Full Quota of Gars. Some Strikers Still Holding Ojt— Troops to Be Withdrawn—'.Var- rant for President Norton. l.(l!!STKl:. here n.])pC-ar.s with its elaws exlfiulcd in front, this liu.lt) lobster is U'i inches in lenpfth. \'isitorK to the iwp.iariiiin, ivhun it is opened, will'be prettj- sure to he interested in tliese little lobsters. They may see, for instance!, this particular little lobster at work in the coarse prn,vel in the bottom of the tank rlig 1 - fjing a hole. It moves very briskly when it (joes about, aud when it works in the gravel it seems to have far more power than you would expect of so small a creature. It pokes pravcl up ahead of it with its big- elaws and pulls up the pravel with them somewhat as a dog 1 mifrht do with its paws; it easily moves pebbles a quarter of an inch or more in diameter and moves them rapidly, soon making a hole in the gravel deep enough so that when it gets into the hole its back in (lush with the top. This is the lobster's way of providing- itself with a plaecof refuge. Thousands of young lobsters arc eaten by codfish and by other bottom-feeding 1 iish, Kueh as skates and dogfish. The small fish cat little lobsters, and larger fish crush and eat lobsters up to six inches in length. To guard against attacks from his enemies the lobster g-ocs when ho can into crevices in rocks, and where there are overlapping rocks ho creeps under them as into a cave, kob- stcrmen go around reefs to look for lobsters. On u gravelly bottom the lobster digs a hole in the gravel and piles the material up out, of the wa3' as it digs to keep it, from falling back in, making- a ridge around it. The lobster lying iu that depression, on a level with the bottom, is less likely to be seen, exeept by fish right over it. In sand or mud the lobster digs a hole iu the same way, piling the excavated material up around the hole, and then it gels into the hole, and with a gentle motion of its tail it agitates the water slightly, and so washes down upon its back sulucient mud to cover itself over completely, all but its eyes. The lobster alfrays backs into a cavity or hole; il may explore a hole with its elaws or feelers, but it always backs in, leaving the elaws, with which it protects itself, outside till the last. The lobster can get about pretty rapidly, and when swimming to escape nn enemy it, always goes backward; it c:m swim quicker that way, aud at tlie same time it presents its claws to the enemy. Sometimes the lobster will make one shoot of twelve or fifteen feet obliquely upward through the water and Lhen glide down again. In it ordinary perambulations the lobster goes liice oilier animals, not backward but forward. GLIMPSE OF IH» Holiness Tnl'In:; THE POPE, an Airing In tho The pope is fond oi sitting in his garden with his secretary on clear, warm davs. lie is a most attractive Cjnnv, seated thus, in his pure white robes of exquisite texture nnd immaculate cleanliness. He is a precise and fastidious man, and on those robes is never seen a trace of the suv.ff to which 1'io Xono was so devoted. The face 01 Leo XUI. is a benevolent one, and his fine skin and white hair combine with his gentle expression to create the atrjosphere of purity nnd sweetness about hlui. MoNturt- nuii Trniprraturc. A cubic foot of nil- rtt the temperature of zero (Fahr.) can contain Only 0.3 of a grain of water-vapor; at S2 degrees it can hold -2.13 grains; at 05 it can contain G.S prainsi and at OS it can. hold IS.Cij frrains of moisture in suspension. These figures go to show that summer air can hold at least • nine times the quantity of dampness that air can when reduced to the temperature of '--'-'-- ' •,„•'.. •'' :,.,•}ft J'uooKi.Y.v, N. Y., Jan. '10.—Every trolley line in the city of lli-.ulclyn was in operatiun \Vedrn.-sday niovriini; except oue. Thiit v/iis the 'J'hird avenue to l''ort llinnilum. The strilt- ciit the wires on that line ub Hay Rid^e during- the nijrht nnd cars could not ruu .until linc-iii-:i made repairs. Wires jvcre Cut in :.i:ic places in all during- the nifrht but \, ,-re quickly put in shartu by the comp.n it-s. | The strike is over, iN'ew motormci: a:>ii : conductors have replaced the men \vlio went out in :i body cm January 14. The ' linemen who went, out on a sympathetic strike a week later have broken rank's on several lines and those whose phmus had not been filled were taken back. Still lloldlnt,* Out. The (1,000 men who went, out iu :i body are still holding out. They were prepared for a loiifj .sieg'e, and sny they have plenty of money coming- in daily in contributions, aside from what they had laid away from their wages. One I reason why the strikers hold together so ' well is that one whole system—the Atlantic avenue, president Norton—has positively refused to give work to any men who struck, and on the other linen other applicants are given the preference. The lines now have enough men to operate nil car.i which are in condition to ran. About one-third of tlie trolley cars oi Brooklyn have broken windows, disabled motors, or are otherwise incapacitated by the scrimmages they have been through during the past sixteen days. The strikers are now directing all their attention to court proceedings. Hccond UrlKtidu Still un Guitnl. The .Second brigade of nearly 3,000 men is sl.ill on the scene. The MX! special policemen are retained, and some degree of peace aud quiet is restored. The cars ran until after midnight without serious attack. The cars Wednesday were not stoned as they have been daily. Only one arrest for wire-cutting was made during the night, against sixteen the night before. The presidents fear that this fortunate condition of affairs will not continue niter the troops disband. It is thought that one or two regiments will receive orders before uight to break camp and the others will be relieved gradually. Mayor .tSchciren was summoned before the grand jury Wednesday atyer- noon. It is not known with any certainty as to the 1 purpose of thequcstious asked the mayor, Horace Graves, Deputy Coroner Kelly and others were e.xamiucd. The grand jury is considering the question of indictment of the live members of the strike committee. \Viirrnnt for I'rcnidont Norton. Lawyer Towns appeared iu the Adams street police court Wednesday morning nnd applied to Justice Walsii for a warrant for the arrest of President Norton aud Superintendent Qninii, of the Atlantic Avenue company, for violation of tiie law fixing ten hours as a legal day's work. The complainants charge that they were j compelled to work cloven and a half i hours in violation of chapter 52!) laws of 1SS7. The judge took tiie papers aud will give a decision later in tlie d.t3 r . •\Vnnl* u JVri'iiiptory AVrlt of MiiiMliin Lawyer Towns made application to Judge (Jaynor, of the supreme court, at 1:I1U p, m. AH- :i peremptory writ of mandamus against the Atlantic Avenue Kailroad Co. The application was made in the name of James O'Connell, a JJergen street Dottier. rnriltiii foi- Mrs. .l-ir.'.siininoii.H. Pirrsnuito, 1'a., 'Tan. 30.—An effort is to be made to have Mrs, iii-iey Ji- Fitz- siiiimons pardoned from the penitentiary. She is.the wife of F. C. Filz- siinuions, who shot and killed Detective David II. (Jilkrrson near this city Mareh !M. JS'Jl. and who committed suicide in New Orleans after his capture there. Shi: was convicted as an accessory of her husband and sentenced to eight years in the peuitenUary. Detective I'ut Murphy of this ehy traced FiUsiiminm.-.to Ni-w Orleans, and when the murderer was dviug from the self- inflicted wound ho swore to the detective that his wife was innocent of any complicity in the crime. [nfitiii; Asylum l!uru«'d. MOUNT ViiKXOX. N. Y., Jan. .10,—Fire completely gutted one of the large buildings of the New York infant asylum in this city. The. building was occupied by the physicians iu charge, and the}- sustained a heavy loss of instruments and clothing. " How WelMfou Friends Surprised at the Wonderful Improvement. "C. L Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass.: "Dear Sirs: — I take pleasure In wrlflns tht good I have received from taking Hood's S:irs.v parlll*. EveiT spring a:id summer ror six year« or more, my health baa bcca so poor from heart trouble and general debility th.it at times I Me was * burden. J would become so Emaciated and Weak and Pale that my friends thought I would cot live long. I could do scarcely any work at all and had to Uedowa every few minutes. I begun getting won* In January, losing my ncsh and feeling »o clred. I thought I would try Hood's S;irsapa- rllla »ni I um happy to say I am In better health than I haTO been for a number of years. Mj (rlendJ remark to mo : ' 'Why how well you look.' I tell them It Is Hood's Sarsaparllla that baj done tha work. I would have all suffering humanity give this medicine a trial and be eon- vlnccd. This statement Is True 10 ih« I>«i» ter." Mns. JEN^NIE DECKER, Waueka, 111. • ^ Hood's Pills cure " ver llls ' blUoujness, Jaundice, slek headache, IndlgeiUoa WAR OUT OF THE QUESTION. Mexican »ml Guiituinnliin l<i!pr<!Hput»tiv«i 8al<l to lluvo Itciiclind i»" Asrcnnifiit. WASHiNfiTO.V, .I;in. 30.—It is understood that a preliminary Jiffreemeni has been reached hy tlie Mexican and Guatemalan representatives in \V;ish- inffton for >i settlement of the boundary dispute by friendly arbitration, whish needs only thu approval of the % t\vo govurn- ments to become elrective, :tnd no doubt is entertained that Prosiileut Dia/ will {five his iipproval to the plan, which has already received the adhesion of President Harriets. The details of the arrangement cannot be speeificmlly announced at this time pending tlieir authoritative adoption, but the fullest confidence is expressed in official circles that war is now out of the question and that the quarrel will be permanently ended by an entirely amicable agreement, honorable uliko to both Guatemala and Mexico. MAY~RECONSIDER. l'e:iCL' Knvoys Jic^cli I\obo. Jan. 30.—A dispatch to tiie Globe says; The Chinese peace envoys arrived at Kobe Wednesday and will proceed to Hiroshima in company with t!ie American commissioner, lion. John \V. Foster. iDELIGflTE WOMEN Or Debilitated Women Should Use j Every fosreclien: t possesses superb ! Tome properties, i nnd oxerts a won- I dertullutlueiiceln i toning \ip and ,«.>«„. by"arivinj: through tne proper k coannel all imparliies Health and strenftb g C are suarau teeJ to result from '-ts use. a •Ifc. who "as bertrWd™ f^I ''^?>!-?*- n W ruTOR 'tor two rnonthJ, -, 'J.iL JOHNSON. il*lvern. Art. BRADFUSLB RKGCLATOJRCO.; ^^3ggp^^»^?aS££2M Jndgo Gromcup to book Over Authorities Submitted by Dofensc In Debs Ci>«i>.- CIIICAQO, Jan. 30.—In the Debs case Wednesday morninpr Judge Grosscup, nt the request of the attorneys for the- defense, consented' to look over the- authorities submitted by Attorney Gregory, bearing upon the admission of evidence by the government tending to show the connection of the American Kailway union directors with the overt acts of the strikers. Judge (Irosscup has already ruled that such testimony i.s admissible, but, it is possible thou^hnot probable that he may reconsider his ruling. Tlie testimony in the forenoon was unimportant. Manager Mulford, of the \Vestcrn Union Telegraph company, and a bunch of telegrams signed bv ilr. Debs took up most of (lie time. THAT GOLD RESERVE. Ifurlhur KeiltH'«Hl by Morn Mil|niieiits~ >"o\v Sunn!* S-1«,SJ t>, !!>:!• WASHINGTON, Jan. 3D.—The treasury tegan business Wednesday morning with a gold balance of S4S,r,io,193. Another 5-i:>0.000 gold was engaged at the New York siibtreasury \\'ednesday, making the total Si. 150,000, The steamship .Majestic, which sailed for Europe Wednesday morning, carried <?2,-!UO,000 gold. Boston advices state that Kid,der, Peabody & Co. will ship S.-)00,000 gold by the steamship Etruria on Saturday. THE PHONOHARP. HAYWARD JURY Tivelfth COMPLETE. Famous Murder Mull Iu This i'liiiiouu < »»o 1'liiuUy Secured. Minn., Jan. 30.—Tha last, man of the jury in the Hay ward case was secured Wednesday imorning in the person of John Dunn, a farmer of Dayton. The jury is above the erage in point of intel'iigence. Upon the completion of the jury Assistant County Attorney HaLl opened the case in behalf of the state. Amount o Suc-ir .•.uiuiry cinlms. WASHINGTON, Jan. SO.—The secretary of the treasury scut to the house a statement sho wing that, claims aggregating .5S0.7SO for bountj* on domestic beet sugar manufaeturod while the lata bounty law was in force are on file in the department. Diary An.ler-on N.iv.irr;) Rscovercd. LOXDOX, Jan. 30.—E. Antonio Xa- varro, the husband of Mary Anderson Kavarro. the former actress, says that she has quite recovered from tiie illness which followed the birth of her son. which died a few hoars later December 10 la^t. riillcemiTn'sTTrtiri i"»!l. XEVT YORK. Jan. 30.—Policeman Henry MeArdle. of the East Eighty-eighth street station, fell from the top lloor of tiie station house over a balustrade to the first floor, about 10 o'clock \Vednes- dav morning, and was instantly killed. Died of Heart I)i*i-a«e. Jan. 30. — Dr. James Strong, one of the bast known socialists on mental diseaseSjfor several years superintendent of the ^orthern Oh.jp insane asvlnm. died ofiJieart,- 1 -'—-^- ' S^l^i&fet^seMslil A New Musical Iit.vLruuirDt Wlilcli Is* Fusl Uecoiuin^ Popular. One sees another new musical instrument pushing its way into prominence —the phonoharp, which is, broadly, nothing more nor less than a simplilieu and inexpensive German zither, says the Pittsburgh Dispatch. It has lifteoH strings, and two octaves, from C to C, although some forms are larger and more complex. It has a brass bridge stretched across the strings, so constructed that some strings are eoveretl aud some exposed. The "pick" when drawn ;icross the shields strikes the exposed strings, producing chords, and goes over those covered by the metal. The bridge has three rows of openings, thus making three chords of the key of C. The music of any piece consists of a sheet of cardboard, having the air of the tune written in (i;,njivs, divided into measures and characters before the proper U^-ure, to indicate when to draw the piek over the shield to ma!;c> the desired chord. The figures on the sheet lie directly under the ."••trinys, which when picked in one. two, three order, or in rotation, in each measure through tlie piece, play the air. \Vhiletheairis goin.T on, the chords ;:iv drawn in, wherever indicated. On the sounding hoard is a slip parted, having tiie proper letter under each string, corresponding- with its note in the scale. The lettering on the sheet, indicates tlie strings to be Struck. The ordinary notes on the stafl' are used to give the lime, and dashes on the stem show when to draw in the chords on the shield. The tone of this instrument is sweet, and the chords go well tvith the voi^e. —Chokichi Kiklcawa, a graduate of Harvard of the class-of 1SS.'!, now a government emriueer in Japan, has a detailed account in engineering of the Usni Togc railway, the last link in the line connecting Tokio with Xaoetsec on the north coast of Japan. It joins Yokogawa, J.UGO feet above tbe sea, with fCarnisawa six miles away on a table land M,OSO feet above thcsca. The incline is 1 in in. On the inclines rack rails, with steel sleepers, on the Apt system used in the Jlarx. mountains, are employed. There n.rc twenty-six tunnels and eighteen viaducts in the six miles of road. Tiie line was opened last April. rcuMuu l}ureifcll''l r iir Jli-h'utd. W.VSIIIXOTO.V, Jan. 30.—The work of ,hc special examiners of tlie pension jurcau has fallen into an arrearage of over i<),000 cas-js owing to the. rccvut auk of appropriations. TJiE MARKETS. (train, Pi'ovl»ions, Ktc. ClHCACiO, J.-LH. {JO. — Quiet uml easy. Winter Pat- er.ls, t-^OSS."-^; struttflits, &J.3^C.tXJ; ck-jirs, 15 >l'.30, second*, il.liO.ji-.00; low tirades, Sl.tiO <ai.Si. SiirlnK—Futcnts, 43.^)^3.50; KiralKlits, $-J.L'Oi£C.80: baUers', Jl.Wi3--5; low crnclcs, tl.Tj 01.SO; Red JJO!.-, tl.Cu^l.fS; Ryu. S3.3C-4K.50. WHEAT—Active, U!i.sctllucl anJ lrrnciil;ir. .Vo. 2cash, •lOli'S--'^: Juuunry, -lO^^SOc. Muy, S'.'Ji'S Cons— Moderately acilvo and steady. Xo. a nnd No. i Yellow. 410: No X. :!l)c, nnd No. 3 Yellow, SOI-ic; May. -W.'^(£43.-!ic; July, -ISIjO OATS—Fair trading ftiid llruicr. C'ush No. 3, ' ply bmiill No-'J, i'0«Q30Mo: No. 3 While. WA ', No. -, iWS^^fcByie", No, li White, 111 (££iu. - B—In f;iir demand and sLendy. !s"o. U !i: storo. 50c. Sauiplo lots, rili£51>ic-; Muy Uullv- ry, Mo. HAKLISY—I''lrm. OUcrtnpt? .small. Commo:: to KOOd No. 4, •m&.'i-C; No, :!, .Wiiwoc, and No. Miaisl.-'oiiK—Tr.idlnR \v;is raodor.iiel.v nt-ilvo. rices lower. Quouulons r:niK-«d at fil.CSi D.T7) for c. sh re^ulur; !:t'.5'J,i,U GO for Jiiii- u;iry,and SU.rj'.-i&fi.SJ for May. LAUD—Kalli'.-r active and lower. Quotation ran^ud at .^iI.3J^i(13J for casli; fG-J. r );i,(i. 1! for January, and Ki.-l-VifJC.-i7;,;: for M;iy. LIVE Poui.'i'Itv—J.'er pound: Turkey.s. .'tV'.Oc Chiclvi.-i',s. T^Sc; Ducks, ^^o: C-eose, ]Jc- do/... ^l.uOi^OAtO. Uf-rruit—Crcimcry, 10 : iV: Jiiiiry, Ki2,-Ji>j: P;:0kil'.« .Stock-. Tril't;. Oir^s—lUwiiixin, ivj test. R : ;C: C:isoiin,?,>; I'.CK'S. 10;: T-l lies s. Sc; N'a])!itha. 0.1 <li:,-'s, 7c. LIQUORS-.Whisky q-JOlfiil steady at il.ii jior fallen for liii;iiwliic.s. NEW YOIIK, Jan. 30. FLOUK —St.-Lie and wcsLern Inactive, weak. WHKAT—No. - red .steady. May. !>? 11-103 :>8!ic: aSJiitovJic: AUffUM. W^iiiS.^C- (..OKN—No. :-' steady, dull. May, 47;.Ti!.-l7-vc July. 47Sij,-l''' J ic: No. L'.'I'Mfe-Wc. O.I-M—No. -J auiet. flrmer.^tate. 37 ; i-ioi<;c; Western, :w-iU-lu^c; Muy, o-?x;i.'>3c. IlKEL'--Quiet. Extra mess, ¥7.-Jj:i7.7.">; fami IK— Uml. weak. LAHL>--;>uiet. weak. .Mess. Jii.!»ifii.7ri. .••O.OJ3 llrm: lil!T'r::u — Quiet. Fine creamery ^Vc^Jte^n dairy. 10 (.15c: do. creamery, Hf^'-Mc; do. laciory, SttH-: Kleins. 24c: Jmiuuiuncreum- ery. ItlrcISc: June creamery, Ufc-fl:. Clli:esK~Qniet. easy. State, iar.-i. 1 . f'Tiinh'c; do. fancy colored. li;.fc; do. wlilto, lOJi-inc.; do. small. 9'.iill?ic: part skims. S'/iftUc; full skims, ^ij:!ir- EGGS— Firm: llsht receipts. Western. ;5;;c; LLmed, IG^Ito I.iro Stock. CHICAGO. Jan. M HOGS—Mirkct rather slow and weak. Prices iveakand Oo lower. Sales ranged at J:0>i 3.GJ for Pijts; $3.rO®4.05 for Itjui; i 3 80.-,3.85 for rough p^clting; 53.75 JJ4.20 for mixed, and ;3.95^-1^5 for heavy packias an;l saippla^' lots. CATTLE—Market rather active- Price 1 ; weak and food grades steady with common w./aker. Quot .lions rasccd uc $4. Si (p. 50 for choice to extrasuippiiii; Steers: ?L30i^80 for good to choice do; -53.85 ,t4.40 for fairtosood: S3.3i>.a 3.00 for common to medium do.: fiit-Ou^iOO for Batchers'.Siaers; SiOJ.i^?) tor Stockcrs; JiMi3.0w for feeders: jl.:» c;.7) Tor Cow.s: 5^.70.fi3..';0 for He fers: jl.nTiXrr. for Bulls: s'.73(>.i. lj for Tcxa-s Steers, an-.i S'J->J,.i-V£l for Vea 1 Calvci Ttepro?p«:of relief from dras'Ic cathartics tor person:. tro,l)I«J »lih ci ns-tipailon i.s poor 1'd«vi Tiuettfy act. upon th- 1 Lxj^els, bui this th-y (in with vldcnoe. and their op-nt'lon t-nd* to weaken the intestines, >in<l ts pr^j'ulictol to the stomach. Hostett-r'.- Stom -eh Bin* s Is a:i cff- ;ual laxatlT-, b tit n-lt!i>T g-lpe-" .-or m- foeb'e-. Fnrihenrore, It promotes olgesil n.ind a rejnlar action o,' Ihe live- and Kidn<?y,«. Il Is an efficient barrK-r ajptnst a* d r«m«ly far malarial and rheumatism, and iso gr^tt ben efit to the. we,-ik, nerv -as an i as*d. A.< n medlcl nal -Uniolam il cannot be surD»ss«L Pbjsl. Jans eordlallr recomir«Dd it, andjts profsss'onal 'n dorsementls-luilj boj^"ont by popular rlence. ipp/ Utf *£a. gjeep •' KNOWLEDGE 'ririnirs comfort and improvonient .-uid ^->jds> "to personal enj-'vuient when ii;iitly used The many, wno live bet- wr than others and enjoy life mor», with rss expenditure, If more prumplly Japtiiisi the world's best product," to •.r,c needs of physical being, will attest ,f,i; value U> h;-a!th of thi> pure liquid HXiilivc principles cmbiuccd iu the •.-iiu-iiy, Syrup ol Ftps. •t.s ^Ki'ciietuv is due to its presenting ., Uu- 1'uriL most acceptable and p!e:ur ml to the Liste, the rcfivshingnnd truly •ii-iieficiul properties of n perll'i:' !:ix- itive; elli-eiiKiliy clc:;using the system, u.-ivlliii!.' colds,' hi'adr.cho..-, and fevers mi! perni:i!ie:it!y ctiniis: constipation. : h;i.> p \vn siitisfa-.iioti to millions and r.i-i wit.li .the approval of '.lie nii'dicai .irui'cssion, l>ecausi' it nets on the Ktd- •.r-\>, l.i'vi-r .ind !x>wels without woak- •,ii:ifr tlifin inn! i: i> perfectly free from 'ill n'> >yru|i uf Pijrs is lor s;ik- by all drug- ii-i-s in 5dc iii.il .•? I l»)ttU'». br.i it i» man- jiai-tiireil hy llu- California Fig Syrup •"'•I Miily, wliiisv iiame is printed on every .-.•ii-k-jige, :I|M> tht name, Syvup of Fif>. mil iH'inu rtell informed, yon »«'.i.-t(ii ».H.V r-U»l.StitUW if Oflprof* 1*11 Illl IHtl» HM™ (OLUMBIA PAP CALENPAR ; You Need It. A Desk Gdend.ir is a necessity — 1 most convenient kind of itorcliousc [ Jor memoranda. The Columbia Desk Calendar is brightest 3Jid handsomest O f n ii — f u ]l of dainty silhouettes and pen sketches -ind eutcrlnininfj thoughts on outdoor exercise and sport. Occasionally reminds you of the superb quality of Columbia Bicycles and of your need of one. You won't object to that, ol course. The Calendar will be mailed for five 2-ccnt stamps. Address Cdendar Department, POPE MFG. CO., McnUon thl» piper. Hartford. Conn. iiiiiiiiM-nmiiiimi IVIiy t; (l Ililren Kn I. T&o ohiisi: dl Irelfuloees in children is largely mvin^ '<> the exla'enceof •>t inacb worm.*. Tbe=o pet-is ol child - bood ii II ,me ibe 'lining of the stomach, which is followed ny fevers, flushed cbi-tlis :im; ;rriiab e.. nervous coodl- 'inn, which >-ornetlmi s epd in sput-m?. Th-*. 6hf</s', hurcs^ai.o^b-si remedy to the wormi i- PjnHhari'c Worm - 1 . Sold hy B K. K-jeelincr r.ntl e drug ;'.ore. T^hen Baby «•»# stele w* ca ir «-;ui o .Tiiifi snecnoU ror Castoria, t'C.imf .Ills*, see ci Ween ane n»d j^'hiiareD. sxio gu c«use or ih»t Tlrod KccJIng. The warm rummer duju develop the latent g> rm« of disease, caused by torpid and inactive liver — tickneffr sooner Or later will follow, unle-s the liver is rendered nciive. acd ibe best remedy known to produce actlviiy of 'bis organ is Kin^bart'a Liver Pilla. Acl promptly and cff^Clively. Sold B. F. Keesling- and Keysione drujj store Children Cry for Castoria. If your child Is fretful, give Rinehart's Worm Lcxerges. A co;e or two will rer&ove ir.e cauee, which is ovrir-g to worme. Sold by B. F, Kees- :irg ted Kejgione CJUE ttore. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria, Foribatt'red ftellne with beadacbe, tnke a few doser of Rineharv's Pills. Oae a doee Sold by B. F. Keesltcg and KeyE'.one drug glorp. Children Cry for l»i*cher j » r-9s» > «jiria. fc&M-k^^^^4i?^a^^^^

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