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tJAILY PHAKOS SATURDAY. JAN. 8, 1898. __ •»>J. ]f. lOPrHAJW . JOBS If. BABMS. Lioilthaln * Barnes. IDITORg ASD PBOPBDZTOR8. TKEMB OF BtrBSCEfpTION - Dally per week, 10 cent* : per month 40 oentt: per year •trlctly lo Kl vane*) J4.60 The Weekly Pbaro* and the Saturday Pharoi, the rwoformlntr the Borni-Weokly •rtldon, SI .86 8 year, strictly in advance. Entered at the Logangport, Ind.,po»tofflce as •ooonfl claw mall matter, as provided by Jaw. WEMOCR AT11C DISTBICT CON ?ESTIOS To the Democrats of the Eleventh CongreeE- onal District: Pursuant to the order of the Democratic staw central committee, the delegates to the district convention are called to meet In the city of Feru on Tuesday, January 3/1 tb, 1898, at 10 o'clock a. m., foKthe purpose of •electing one member Af the Demo-* crailc state cerftr>l7cWnltte6'for •aid aiBtrittt/jFF the ensiflWfe two jear8.(\TlM<ba3ls of repyelierjtation In satoTiorrventlon, aSyffzed-'by aald conUnrtj.ee, will begone delegate for eacjfi200 TOl|i ' 39 or-fractlon of 100 or ever cast fof'the head of the Bryan electoral.«ciceb. A general, invitation Is extended to the Democrats of the district to attend this convention. S. E. COOK, Chairman Congressional Com. Huntlngton, Ind., Dec. 18,1897. IT would Jitt well forttfe people to teed the wiwrW'dr Xenator Chandler . He Sayslfowajft of the gold con- •plratcrs. 'lie rtrfces the people to defy plutocracy/ THE Democratic district convention to choose a member of the state central committee for the Eleventh district will be held at Peru next Tuesday. Cass county will be repre- •ented by 24 delegates. MARK DASNA will likely succed in the end. Ha IB lull of resources, is backed by the administration and knows how to use the whip of the political slave driver. There Is one man who could deifeat Hanna. That man is Foraker. If he takes a stand against the Cleveland boss, he will be defeated. SENATOR FORAKER has at last been smoked out. In an interview last night he said: "."t have been hounded, suspected and abused because I do not offer my services,-to the cause •~6t a man wlapm Tj dislike and who has often givm-me w' uWerstand that he dislikes me. L^m/X senator of the United States, and^lt is my privilege to refrain liom following the wishes of Mr. Banna's friends, and if I did go out and actively engage in the fight I would not be on Mr. Hanna's ilde." PRESIDENT McKiNLEr's troubles are juet coiiilDg. Be 18 In a Light place, and so is E!anna. McKinley is a weak brother. Be has DOW come to the forks of the road. He must either go with ttoe gold; conspirators or turn to the rlrht anfl remain with the peoole wfiowbtoSBo'ld conspirators seek to rofii. Hi/win go whatever way Hannu dlr^eta^ Besides taking a stand tin the mqpey question, Mc~ Kinley must also make up his mind to go with the spoilsmen or uphold the civil service law. He will s^k to pacify the spoilsmen and this course will mak«i more trouble for him. SOME people thought the money question was setliled by the election Of McKinlay. Hundreds of, thousands of^voters (13d dot know wBat 'sound money" meant. f They /know now. Secretary Gage baa told/ them. He Is the accredited mourn piece of the "sound monejliitorlxre. He favors the payment of yiall government obllgation^n j;ol<? In violation of the contract; JKHI retirement of the greenbacks; the: issuing of more bonds; surrendering to the national banks the privilege of furnishing the entire supply of paper money and of binding this government permanently to gold monometallism. What would Bryan's majority have been, had "sound money" been thus interpreted before the election In 1896? United States, us denned in the standard aforesaid " Such a ebange at this time would be equivalent tct making the bondholders of the United States a present of $200,0fi'0,000. They know what they were buying when they bought "com" bonds because the Stanley Matthews resolution had been passed by congress long before many of the outstanding bonds were Issued. Tne gold conspirators have been working for more than twenty- Ive years to destroy silver as money of final redemption and now they want the govtmmont to declare that "coin" bonds mean gold bonds. We do not believe that either house of congress can be (Induced to thus betray the people's interests. UePew Complains. Poor old Chauncy M. DePew who made the startltng annouacement a few years ago that a few millionaires could meet; In Wall street and decree whether or not this country should be prosperous, is not satisfied with the earnings of the railroads. "Thus fir" he says, "the railroads have not shared In the advantages enjoyed by the agricultural portion of the commuailiy. Farmers in consequence of the advanced price of wheat have enjoyed a much-desired prosperity. Much has happened of late to hurt the railroad business, and for the unfavorable condition of affairs the railroad men themselves are largely/to blame. While the ocean steamships ba~ve/en}oyed a contlnuo/s bu3loes,/at fan rates, the railroad/bowing tfci tb/ demoralization existing afflbng t^em, have presented the unusual: /nd unbusiness- like spectacled: lymni? more than they could d/ and still bidding viciously against each other for traffic which they had net the facilities to handle. While this state of affairs has hurt the earnings of the railroads, It has helped nobody except a few middlemen and speculators." It Is strange that DePew should speak thus, Havn't we the Dlngley tariff, which was to make all kinds of business hum? Hasn't McKinley made good all his promises to the corporations? Havn't the gold conspirators been merciful and refused to raid the golcl reserve? Hasn't Secretary Gage given the cold shoulder to internatioiaal bimetallism or any other kind of bimetallism? There is nothing to retard prosperity except that scrimmage that Mark Hanna has gotten into over in Ohio. The Reformers. What is the matter with our friends the reformers? What is the reason they are such scolds and in general so sour faced, ill favored and unlovable? .Reform ought to niak'8 them in their u\vu persons the perfect specimens of humanity that they declare the unman race will be when it adopts their respective systems. Here a lady is going to redeem the world through her system of physical culture. Kightly followed out it will make the human race plnmp, fair and ever young, with never a pain, a cold or a fever, she proclaims. Yet she herself is thin, sallow, nervous, sickly and, saving her presence, the reverse of handsome. Here is a doctor who says if such a physical regimen, is pursued a man l live a century and be the model of health. Yet this doctor himself is a bald headed.'-jjBingy looking old fellow who icSes before h^is CO and looks to be 80. *' The moraifc reformers are no better than the^hjj*ical ones. The man who hales, the seller of an alleged improper book'orjhe exhibitor of an undraped statue before the law and has him heavily fined will hiroself evade in every possible way the payment of a grocery bill, aud it is like pulling teeth for the tailor .ind the gas man to get money out of him. The man whose economic theory is to lift the masses out of poverty has a subscription taken to buy him food and coal. Let each reformer go away by him self in the wilderness and try his system thorocghly on himself. When he or she, as the case may be, comes out perfectly healthy, wise, beautiful, rich and good as a result o:E the workings of his or her plan, then let ic be loosed full tilt upon other people. Repudiation. Repudiation It, just as bad from a business and frpra a moral point of view wbeu It favors the creditor as when It ftivore the debtor. All the proposals of the i?old clique have in vlewthei repudiation of contracts mad'4-yeairs ago, aad this repudiation IB for the especial benefit of the creiiHxp cWs>v / In order that this 8tatiine»V may/not be questioned, *he laiSaruagei^f the proposl- tlon, a^ewbldled Itf" the report of the n^onetayr comnftsaion, is quoted aa follows:/ "All oli)UgatibE,s of the United State* for the payment of money now exlatliig, or hereafter entered lato, »oiU. unless otherwise ex- prwly prodded,, be deemed wd held to be payable In gold coin ot the MEN THAT ARE DOOMED! Tet Wfto Do Set Danger. Realize Their Why People Drift Along Until It Often i» Too Late, Explained by a Sclion of Science. "I met a gentleman on the fitreet today whom J nave not seen for some time, but the moment my eyes rested upon him, I could see that he was doomed." In was a member of the faculty of a New York Medical College who made this statement. "I saw," be continued, "that peculiar color of countenauce, that lack of expression in the eyes and puffiness under the lids which indicate the presence of the most horrible of all known diseases. The corners of the man's mouth were som&what drawn down and the lines of the face were distinctly marked. I felt like warning him, but I was not on sufficiently intimate terms to warrant my doing it, so I merely stated that he was looking as though he were not in the best of condition. 'Oh, I am all right!' he exclaimed. 'In fact I think I am enjoying very good health. 'It Is true,' he continued, 'that I do not always sleep well, my appetite is rather fickle and I feel, unaccountably tired at times; but I have no pain whatever, and I think I am getting along all right.' 'I left him with a warning not to be too certain about his condition), but I tell you that unless that man takes prompt action of the right kind,he is a candidate for the grave, and that, too, within a limited period," "And yet he does not know it!" "The thing which makes BrighVs diuease of the kidneys, which that miin undoubtedly has, the most daa- gerous of all diseases Is that it has no symptoms of its own. I mean that pain is seldom felt in the kidneys themselves, and yet I deliberately st'ite as a physician that nearly one- ha,lf of the deaths In America are caused by Bright^ disease of the kidneys. This may sound like a rash statement, but I am prepared to fully verify it. Hundreds of burial certificates have been made out by. apoplexy,' 'paralysis,' 'rheumatism,' 'spinal com 'pneumonia' in reality it was tbe kidneys. Bright's diseiise of China, Korea aaid the Powers. The Yellow sea is the stage whereon is enacted the beginning of the drama to be performed by the powers of Europe and Japan, The two nations whose interests are most vitally concerned in the play, China and Korea, do not connt at alL They are as helpless as hares in the clutches of wolves. Bv right of conquest the suzerainty Which China and Japan mutually held over Korea previous to the China- Japanese war trwo years ago passed to Japan, which prepared to exercise it at the close of the war. At- this point, however, Eussia stepped in and objected to such extension of Japanese influence. She intended Korea for herself. Then by some sort of flummery arrangement so well known to the diplomacy of Europe the control of Korea was in trusted mutually to Bnssia and Japan instead of to China and Japan, as before. Since then the wily Russian has been quietly bringing all .his powers of both force and persuasion to bear to turn everybody but himself out of Korea. The Kussi:m aims at both China and Korea. When his plans were ready, the first overt act was the occupation of Port Arthur. The Yellow sea makes a 3eep indentation in the east coast of China, and an arm of the Yellow sea extends far inland toward Peking itself. This arm is called the Gclf of Pe-chi-li, and at the entrance to the gulf of Pe-chi-li, on the north, is Port Arthur, where the Russian fleet is. It will thus be seen that Russia is comfortably ensconced not a great distance from the very capital of China. Farther to the southeast, at the entrance to the Yellow sea, southward from the peninsula of Korea, lies the island of Port Hamilton, where the fleets of England and Japan are at anchor. Port Hamilton covers the entrance to the Yellow sea on the north. Meantime on the opposite point, not far from the southern entrance to the Yellow sea, is Kiao Chou, of which the German naval vessels have taken possession. But was France to te left out? By no means. France, with the approval of England at least, takes possession of Hainan, a great aud rich island off the south coast of China. This is the present situation of the respective naval forces of the nations lying in wait for the signal to pounce upon their prey. No wonder the emperor of China and his people believe that the eclipse of the sun on the Chinese New Year's day betokens impending calamity. It certainly does in the present instance. While Russia was preparing to enter Port Arthur she worked among the Koreans by means of spies who threatened and coaxed and in time succeeded in ousting Japanese, British and even German civil officers and replacing them with Russians. She has been at the same crafty work in China as well. Russia has decidedly the start in the grab game. General Blanco admits that Lieuten- Ud uiu.ijcn.ca uc*»^ uti^u iin»u\j V/M.W *sj a ~— v family physicians for 'heart diuease,' ant Ruiz, put to death by the Cuban ... .» f~i f.—f. ^ A «i->n r+«*ir\n Ki-MiaTH"! flflfT flf ^Tll P.fl General Aranguren, bore no flag of truce when he approached the patriot camp. plftinta, mcUUJaiJj&uj, IJUCULUUWIO ••— ~ --- — c*- - and Other common complaints, when He simply went as an unofficial individ- - - - - - nal to sound the Cuban general and see he could not get him to sell gut to »Few U pnvsicians and fewer people Spain and to make terms for the trans- _,._. -%.." _.._.. -. ..i.,- j!»,.»^« „„ ffir. Arancuren's answer was a military fer. Aranguren's answer was a military execution for the man who presumed on friendship to try to induce the realize tbe extent of thia dlseiase.or ita dangerous and insidious nature. It steals into the system like a thief, * - manifests itself by the commonest Cuban commander to betray the patnot symptoms and fastens itself upon tbe «««>• The sneaklD S Spanish plan was constitution before tbe victim is to back ont of aware ol its presence. It is nearly as hereditary as consumption, quite as common and fully as fatal. Entire families, inheriting tt from their -- — -" -- ... .. ing them. 1 the enterprise if Ruiz's mission failed and say that no flag of truce had been sent to the insurgent camp. If the mission succeeded, then great glory would be made- for Blanco ) much as John Andre did when Wash- jNOthing has promoted acquaintanceship aud trade.among the different nations like the international exhibitions that began with the Crystal palace show at London in 1S50. The fashion has extended now as far as Norway, where the International Fisheries exposition -will be held next summer. In many respects it will be one of the most interesting of all, this show to be given in the land of the midnight- sun. Americans who attend will be able to see the sun rise at midnight and also to inspect the industrial progress of the Norwegian on his native soil. It is to be hoped onr government will ibe able to lease from l)eninark a snip of land along the northwest coast of Greenland on which, to establish naval (ind coaling stations. Such stations will be a benefit not only to us, but to Denmark itself and to all other nations that send ships to the arctic waters in that part of the world. With such stations exploring operations whose end and aim is the reaching of the north pole will be greatly facilitated. Not only this, but until recent years, no remedy was known which could prevent or cure this mosit feur- ful of diseases, rind even today, wltb all the advancement of science, there is but one known discovery by whicb it can be prevented, controlled 'when it is contracted, or finally cured. Tnat remedy is Warner's Safe Cure, and it has, to my certain knowledge, saved more people from untimely deaths, and is -keeping more people in perfect health today than a.ny other discovery ever known in the entire history of the world. It was concerning tbis remedy that the late Dr. Dio Lewis said: "While my own life has been devoted to the prevention of disease, and while years ago I gave up Dhe use of medicines, I gratefully recognize the precious value of W'arnor's Safe Cure, and If I found ffljuelf (the victim of kidney trouble, I should Instantly use it." When physicians of the highest standing so unhesitatingly endorse a modern disco very, which will certainly cure the most terrible of diseasies, does it not stand to reason that those of us who realize that we are slowly drifting into a state of decline; tlt»at our kidneys, liver or urinary orpins are not what they- should be, should avail oumlrea of ths benefits oit so great a scientific discovery, which are placed so easUj within oar reach? .Last year was a good season for iron raising in the laku region. The vefisiels which can; iron ore from the mining regions down the lakes forwarded 12,306,000 tons. This was 2,000,000 tons more than ever had been shipped down tb» lakaa before in one season. i condemned him to execution. President McKinley and his cabinet show trne wisdom in declining to have anything to do with the proposed Anglo- Japanese alliance or any other alliance of any kind. We are strong enough to stand on our feet, but it would be fatal to us to be mixed np in the grab games of European nations. One of the greatest utterances from tbe lips of any American was "Washington's prophetic warning to our government to avoid entangling alliances with other nations. The interest of the United States in the eastern question lies in preserving the treaty rights which we have with China and the securing of convenient naval stations. We are at peace with all the world, however, and it is not likely that either Russia, England or Germany would seek to deprive its of friendly treaty rights we have long enjoyed. Our task is merely to look out for the maintenance of our commercial and other rights. Canada has been ahead of the United States in sending supplies to the Klondike. During February 100 tons of food in charge of tbe Canadian mounted police will begin to arrive in dog sleds at Dawson by the route down the Yukon from Lakes Bennett and Tagish. Bismartk has demonstrated to all the •world that ha is not going to die just yet So long as the old man is able to indulge in his .characteristic oatb-orsts of temper he^giell live. An English paper has made a taj, which it announces to the world- It if that Emperor William of GtrraaziT Is not so foolish u he seems. , & innE LECHC mi OH Era FOR MEN AND WOMEN. DR. HOME'S Xew Improve*! ; lEiECTRic BELTS without nitNlicincp, the * ollowlng diseases. JUteitmtttl&nt. Sfiafica ftiiittbago Catarrh AjttJt.1H(t ^y| Constipation Jlfcrt Trouble* Faralyis DiKfases Thi*oat Troubles Kidney Coiiij>KitjlC£ yervons Debility Xos£ Vigor Cold Extremities Female Complaints Pains in the Sack | AM Weaknesses in Jfenang Women. READ EVERY WORD. YaurFlntmd LAST OPPORTUNITY to pet the World-Renowned DR. HORNE'S •• IJJ» m^fm '**mmmj $6.66 THIS COUPON! lit good tor $13.34 if sent ttntk an fyra$zo.oo£d, later tiuai thirty days\ froift date of ii*w| paper. We make tills Special Unprecedented Offer to Quickly! 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TVu only employ,(hot* «ho b««l u»cd oun Belt. | "* MF11REXCES:—'AS to our r»Ii«bility wo refer to any j any Eank in Chieapo, and the nmny thousands all ovrr ui« \ hav« used our EJortric Belt, and A"plianee» durir..- ik» ««*t AGENTS WANTED EVERYWHERE The United States will in a few year* 1 begin to be sensibly affected by the completion of tho Transsiberiaa railway across the Russian dominions. It will open tip to settlement millions of acres of fertile wheatfields and grazing grounds. These will bring Kussia into hot competition vrith us for the world's wheat and meat trade. Our farmers must expect this and diversify their products so they will not have to stand iu the market against the rude and ignorant Eussian peasant who is content to live like an animal. Fine dairying and the raising of the best qualities of meats of various kinds will keep the American farmer's hold on the world's trade. TLe nest G. A. B. national encampment will bts in Cincinnati, Sept- r > to 10. It is to be hoped the boss ci :he weather will not send such torrid heat- as sometimes falls on that grimy town m September, el.se the old boys will feel like parading in their pyjamas. A PLAGUtf OF THE NIGHT Itching Piles and Other^Eectal Troubles Easily Cur«d by a Nevf and Safe Method. A Remarkable Number of Cnres Made by the Pjramid Pile Cure. About one person In every four affected. The usual-treatment has been some simple ointment or salve, which sometimes give temporary relief, but nothing like a permanent cure can be expected from such superficial treatment. The only permanent cure tor itching piles yet discovered Is the Pyramid Pile Cure, not only for Itching piles, but for every other form of piles, blind, bleeding or protruding. The first application gives instant relief and the continued use for a short time causes a permanent removal of the tumors or the small parasites which cause the Intense Itch- Ing and discomfort of itching piles. Many physicians for a long time supposed that the remarkable relief afforded by the Pyramid Pile Cure was because it was supposed to contain cocaine, opium or other similar drugs, but such is not the case. A recent analysis of the remedy showed it to be absolutely free from any cocaine, opium, or in fact any poisonous, injurious drugs whatever. For this reason the Pyramid Pile Cure is probably [the only pile cure extensively recommended by physicians, because it is «o sale, so prompt In the relief afforded and so far as known the only positive cure for piles except & surgical -operation. In one year the Pyramid Pile Cure has become the best known, the safest and the most extensively sold of any pile cure before the public. Nearly all druggists now sell It at oOcts and SI per package., v Address the Pyramid Co.,Marshall, Mich., for book on cause and core of .piles and also hundreds of testi- mbafalB from all parts of tbe United State*. If suffering from any form of piles ask your druggist for ft package of Pyramid File Cure mud try it tonight. The Detective Wins Yes, the detective won, and the story of how he did it i* :.<-'. one of the most exciting ever told. You can read it in the** column*. It is entitled A Conflict I; of Evidence It wa* written by Rodrigne* Ottoleng-ui, the author of ' • An Artist in Crime," and one of the strongest writers of detective stories living. W« have purchased the right* for this thrilling tale and th« first chapters will soon appear. ABBREVIATED TELEGRAMS. Quite a severe earttjquake shock was. felt in Malone. X. Y., at 1:20 p. m. yesterday. A rich deposit of platinum has been. discovered near Jackshoro, Tex., at a. depth of fifty feet. A vein of gold ore assaying $1,200 to- the ton is reported to have been found in Uvalde county, Tex. A St. Louis jury srave a dastard who murdered his sweetheart twenty-five years in the penitentiary. Padding to the extent of 200 names was found on the pay roils in the water pipe extension bureau at Chicago. During the past ten years the corn crop of Kansas has aggregated $177,000.000 more in value than the wheat crop. The biggest storage battery on earth, to be built at a cost of $100.000, la to be installed by the Chicago Edison company in Chicago. Lady Henry Somerset has again t*r dered her resignation of the presidency of the British Women's Temperance association, on account of prolonged IM health. Secretary Gage has transmitted io the house a recommendation for an ad- • ditional appropriation of $3.500 for the- completion of the public building at R»- cirie, Wia Captain John McCullasrh, who has been connected with the New York police force for twenty-eight years, ha* ••• been made chief of ,the Greater New York police. < Henry Collier Miv, a Chicago, titudcnt at Harvard, and Miss Maude EveljTT ' Shaw eloped from. CambHil** : *iMl'wer«- married at Buffalo. The - -"— young-mechanic. . .... '. : . . Efforts that have been made _„, the last three weeks to brine' about *. combination of menhaden ofl Ipt have been Boccenfwt, and--* has be*n organized with a ,i

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