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The British Parliament Has Been Prorogued.. - Explains the Nile^-Expedltion—Turkey Comei In for Montion—Thank* ;. the Commons. j= London, Aug. 1.4.—The queen's.6p ] e,ech 1 S3 proroguing- parliament.'-wos -delivered to the house of commons at 6:15 o'clock Friday afternoon. The speech says: ' '"My relations'with the powers continue..^ be friendly. . Tue hostile movements of the dervishes in the valley ol SS tht .NUe against the.positions occupied S by Italy 'east of that river, convinced = rne that it was necessary for;Egypt to ™ take steps 'toward arresting 'their ad= vance. By my advice nnd sanction an expedition has undertaken-,to ; restore.. — STOP1 Y°" have run up against a Good Thing, gj = The best reason in the world why 1 some things sell so well is because they H are good. That is one reason for the i great sales c< "BATTLE AX/' ffj But good cjt<ality is only half the story.. S The other half is the she of a 5 cent,piece, = It is as big almost as a JO cent piece of S other and poorer kinds. '••''.., S Facts are facts. You can buy and see for 3 yourself. Five cents isn't much to invests CRANKS PESTFR EDISON. •a* of Them \\'mlkrd front Mootann to - Orange. "Why 1 ,-you talk about cranks," said Idison recently at Orange to a New (Tork World jeporter; "I have more of (ttenr come around here than any man fc the country. They come out with all notB of schemes which they want me tfr-.piK^e through. These long-haired jfeHows, with dandruff-on the shoulders • |«f-,their coats, meander, around here in :. phoals.' One of them got in here the other d'tiyi'and he was a'walker,'too. ':'.• JKa belonged out in Montana and got , • tttc.ide* that he was the flrst man who Igrer Invented an electric light, and that' iChad robbed him of it. So he came on Bfcre to make me give up half the pro- Weds, and he walked every foot of the way. You oughl: to have seen hiin when -'-'•. -|S>got here. j '*Some!of the boys^awhis trail down. •toirs and followed him up and told him JTwasn't here but out at the .mines, and nU be hanged if he didn't walk .there. When he got out there the foreman— '•we'd posted him—asked him if-he hadn't .; fcvented-the'urc light. The man from Montana said he. had. Then the fore;•••£« told him that I had not Invented '.'•- til* arc light, but that It had been Jn- Wnted by Thompson. The Montana' BIRD, wanted to know where-Thompson .' was right away, .and; the foreman (old IBm Thompson was down'in Lynn, Mass. ' •' " 'How 'do you 'get'to JSynn?' asked •fie man'from' Montana.- The foreman fctfd him'the road and he started-ib 'trump' down Ihere.. I expect'any day to ' -Siar of his raining the deuce there some- 'igDw. We iaye.'em here all the time, W«t they don't bother me any." PAPER GARMENTS. T>» L«t«it Tmd -Tor Pcojpl* Afraid •< ;.; - - •-•-,-.' Xlffhthlaff,'- ' ' • A glass house, and.a feather bed used •:. ; -4» be considered the lightning-proof i' 'iwsdiums behind which timid persons .'• «mld sidek refuge from'rhe possibility .-; mt being stricken by an electric bolt. ':, 'But these are old-fashioned-ideas w>w, compared with the lightning-proof .;:.poper suit which a New York genius ia« just invented, paten-ted nnd invited :'• 'learful'and a-pprehenBiTO people to try. Thi» suit Is made of fiber pulp and can v'Be made to look exactly like any other •nit of-clothes. Paper is a poor con- doctor, and a man arrayed in such gar'."•' Brents iniffht go forth, and defy Hght- ,J>ihg, even.' if It-s-houtd show, special '• ••prefference for him. , : This- ta particularly ; «he -case 4f a hat ;. U. worn 1 made of. the same stuff. 'In. •Wo orchis should be placed a piece of ''••.• ;»ew«paper, and inside, -the clothing 1 •hould-olao be. laid folds of a news- '.jp/per, which would, do n«.well;as a • paper «ult, , i. '"'The ijaper >ult is also a goodthlnff '•k, : 1dr . surnmer -csetirsions, for If it i« '../rutaed In-the win therc'woh't be-much ;.''TO»i.- Thoae^whose nerves are upset by :•;; «Uno«pherto. distiirbarjceii had . better ^.'Lrap tKe^Selve'fi.'i'rp'lii paper'durinff the *lectrio summer fitorm» % even if they do ' W have suits made up a la mode and > with seams an* bitfcton« to hold them ^•yttgetherV' ' .-.'"•,.•' . ; AH. UNCOMFOflTABLE MAN. MiBdnMlt Wltnen. Hli Wrlthlnlfi •»« Show No Pity.' . '.•."" ,; " '•• -Oil' ft narrow platform, close to the (lam roof of Hamnaerstela's Olympla foot garden. ,moy nightly, be seen, says IheNew YorkiHcraldJoneof the most un- iforteble mep' In.! New. York. He Is man who operate* ..the calcium which play jippn the. stage. Ho his barely room" to stand up, so nc kneels most of the time and stares at the Btng-e before him. Below are persons trying to look so cool and comfortable-that the eight of them must be a perpetual aggravation. They sit and laugh-and talk, and'take no notice of the uncomfortable :fellow perched high aloft end yet ia full view. He is there for. four hours'every night He shifts about and occasionally stands up in his endeavor to get the kinks out of his legs. : He sits, kneels and sometimes leans back against-the big iron g-irder behind him; . He sees'the show over and over again., He. listens tO:the endless splash of the water on the crystal roof and sees thie same little comedies nightly enacted, around the round tables beneath. Sometimes a sign 1 of human interest is shown, in a bending forward as some woman with a more towering hat than usual, or a boy with a more resplendent -tat band than common parades, through the garden.. .,.••-.- . - •' : • ss: ' to-the government'of the khedive, as,', =T -far as Dongold, the territbry t which wna: ^5 lost'a'decade ago. The operations ol the expedition are prooocding, and by the brilliant action at Ferket, n large proiwrtion of,the territory hns already been recovered. Neutrality Toward Turkey. "The condition of portions of Turkey continues .to en use anxiety and nt present Crete is the principal center of the disturbances. .-I have observed -strict neutrality, but in conjunction with the powers 1 endeavored to reconcile the contestantB. by proposing a system, oi government which slicMiltl be equitable and equally-acceptable ;fo Christians and Mussnlmiuis, • "I. regret, thiit a serious rebellion, signalized with cruel murders, 'has broken out ib MsituboU' land, the rising' having- ext.i>nclfi<l into Jfiishottnland. The work of c1i»ferise I'.r.'tl repression has been undertaken,'.-the settlers displaying great connive. They have since been reenforeed by inipcrial and other•troops." - - ; •The-speech refers to the . Jlatnbcle country and ex|>resses hojx;. that the rebels.will shortly accept the clctiiency which has been offered to'them. Tlie Indian Frontier. Ecfcrring- to the matter of the de- .Iliuita-tio'n-'of'tlie'Indinii frontier, the upeech says that the, agreements between the shah of Persia and the ameer if Afghanistan, upon the subject,.are friendly to the Chitrnls.. Belief garrisons sent to Cbitral have received the cooperation 1 of the tribesmen. ller majesty expresses her thanks to tht house of commons -for their-provisions and services for the ye-a.r and concludes ;by saying thiit she hns given her;conscnt with pleasure,to the measures -for naval defenses, for .lessening the,agricultural taxes; for the protection of the cattle imports from disease mid measures-for-various other purposes, including :the Irish land bill. : In bidding-farewell to the members, of the house.-her majesty prays that. .they may receive, the blessings.of providence and. rest .from their labors. :: Plant for the Thirtieth National Bnoamp: ment »t St. Pniil. St. Paul, Minn., .Aug." 14.--The thirtieth national encampment of the Grand Army of the Eepublic will-be held in St, Paul from August 31 to September 6. A rate of one cent per mile has been granted for- encampment travel. by all: passenger associations, outside of a 250 mile radius for 'St. Taul. Within the U50 -mile limit from ...St Paul, and -throughout the northwest generally, the rate will be one fare for the round .-trip. The tickets will be good for 15 days, but may be extended to September '30 by special arrangrnent. Hotel rates .will vary from one to six dollars per day; boarding-house rates from one to three: dollars.. Free sleeping .quarters; will be gi'-en veterans coming with their-departmc-ts. " The .route"of, the G. A. E.. parade, ^Wednesday,, September 2, is less than iw'oj miles long, all down grade on asphalt streets,free from streetcar tracks »j.idishaded for most of the,distance. .ThYicolumn will move at ten a. m. It is'-!ixpected that about 30,000 veterans "Will 'participate in this parade. The of- ficiiU programme promises many parades, receptions, reunions, 'campfires and the like. Members of the Boys' brigade, wearing white caps, will be stationed all over town to give information and .act .as guides, without charge. YOfiit HAS A GHOST; Frightened Italians Pray at the Mere SI«ht of It A DARING ASSAULT. Chicago Ulan Bobbed In Broad Daylight Itafore Tiro Hundred Peopled Chicago, Aug. 14.— A most daring assault and robbery tookplnceon Glark stree,t, near Harrison, within a block of the police station, just before noon Friday. One man is locked up and William Crtwn, awaiter,living-at SSS8 Carpenter street, the victim, is being held. The robbery was witnessed by a large number of people. The man un- tier arrest is John Connolly, who arrived in Chicago recently from . th«. west, nnd who, the police say, is a vagabond. Crown was accosted by two roughly dressed men and beaten almost inta Insensibility arid fell to the sidewalk in a dazed condition. One of the men then! son relied his pockets while a crowd of nearly 200 persons looked on, offering no .assistance. Crown had but $17 on his person at the time. TRIED TO KILL HIM. SMALL CIGARS. DeoUra Complain That They M"!" Very • '' •'•'• Little''Money. . '' "There is not a large: percentage of profit in cigars," said D. B. Talbert, of Baltimore, -a, , ; cigar salesiman-, at .the Metropolitan, io a Washington Star reporter.' "And there is probably.no.line of goods In which customers swindle the dealers with-so little;compunction of conscience. There are 50 cigars in n box of ordinary goods, bat the dealer seldom gets paid for 50, ; even though he credits none and giyeenpneaway. "A man buys'a'cigar, .taking it out of the box with his thumb and forefinger, at the same time closing his'other fingers over -another which -rests in' the palm of his hands. He'gives the dealer a dime and almost invariably receives a n-ickel In change. Or'he may. buy a quarter's wor.th. and gets one tqo'many in the same way I This has caused some dealers to .ask how mfliny' are wanted- and to give- out just what are -called for, but it is doubtful'if this IB wise, as a. customer 1 likes 1 to help himself, and goes where he can do so." CALVE PRAISES fit*. ERICA. S«j« She Wonld Prefer It to Any Country But iler.Own. ' Mtne. Calve is us loyal to tlh'e Amerl- cnns when she is in Paris as they are to her when she ie in. New York, says Harper's Weekly. . She has been talking to a Parisian reporter ^about- L'Amcrlque, and assures him that It is an enchanted and dreamlike country, to which, if she. were not French,, she would wist to belong. She brags handsomely to her, countrymen about our yilles mag- niflques,' with -avenues us -wide as the Cbarops Elysees, bordered with structures two or ; three times as high BB the buildings;lr»-P&ris,"and,'brilliant wfth electric lights. -. Even more warmly »be praises the remarkable development of our artistic Instincte, which encourages ortUta to give-4ull .Bwirig to-thelr true temperaments and to interpret the masters according to their own. Ideals.;- •M.el- ba,,-lt seem'E,.na« to'ld a Parisian Inter- vl«ver that/after elnglng to ppera: in America she hardly dares risk herself 1 on a Parisian, stage. Calve soys she sympathize^ %ylth her, n-nd^ond as she ta of ,th«AP"a.risian?publle, looks forward-with trepidation to appearing before it flgain. ^__ JH h*»t 1» Chln». -i- "' f i|? ' '.. Chinese Writers cls>lm.^th'a.t' tie-cul-j tlvatlon of-wheat was introduced into. the celestial empire -by'Emperor Shin-' riting 2,700 years before Christ. T3R. NANSEN'S TRIP. ,-, The Great Arctic Explorer Found open' Water In the .Far North. .. .London, Aug.. 14.—The wife of Dr. Nanscn,.the Arctic. explorer, confirms the report that her Inisband has arrived at Vardoe, on his return from the Arctic, Vardo, Aug. 14.—Br. Na'nsen, th'e returned Arctic explorer, says'the -From drifted with thence, in a westerly direction, to, 84 Degrees, and he expects the vessel will .eventually •. arrive ..at. Spitsbergen.. He adds that wherever, they penetrated they found the ice broken. Large patches, of water were also found, 3,600 meters : deepi Below the'depth of 190 meters'the-water was appreciably warmer, probably owing to the-.fnlf stream. Kocky scars,.of which theex- 'plorers had no : previous knowledge, prevented entrance Into the Olenek river for days. '...'' . . In consequence'of the scarcity of dogs wlth^th'e expedition, Dr. Xansen- was compelled-.to turn back at 80.15. He adds that if-he had been provided,with a sufficient,number of dogs and canoes .the pole would .have been reached. The land voyage was most arduous, but extremely valuable scientific results were obtained. In 1895 Dr. Nansen reached the north coast of, Franz Josef Land and built a stone, house, in which he.lived-the whole winter. .-...The JaclcBon-Farnsworth expedition arrived atFranz'Josef Land the following spring. . . . SLAIN BY-THOUSANDS. Mohammedans 'Mannered In Chlnft- by Imperial Orderf. ;•-;. Vtincouver, B. C.,-Aug. 14.—The steamer Empress • of Japan, which arrived Wednesday night, brought mall advices from the orient as follows: .'The news from Ka'nsu-is that the'famous Tung Fuhsiang, in obedience to the Imperial command, has..begun, a massacre of all Mohammedans that he comes across.. ' At Hsining-Fu he slew 3,000 business men and sold their wives and, female children^ Fear's are entertained of a .general uprising, -especially In Plntain- Fn arid .Haitien, which have hitherto remained-faithful.. . . ... '.; ... Floods, arc doing terrible, damage in China. In 'many-.places entire towns and 'villages are submerged. All rail- roads'hove stopped running, if any denths have taken place and hundreds of homeless .men, .women and,children are starving'to deawi."" Doesn't Know Where It Standi.. : New Haven, Conn., Aug. 14. —' The 'Monticcllo ;.club, f the,big ,democratic club of •-thl8 : 'clty, ; -'-closed'-' ite..: doors Thursday night,- It is sajd that.tie.clnb is in financial stralts-'and- 'that- ; there li a conflict In the club's management between - the gold and • all verVelenJenta of the party. J.udge.Lynde Harrison Is-, president -of !the. club. • '''.. : .'• • Killed In a Mlehlican Mine. •: '(i : lEhpemingv Mich., Aug. 14;'— John Meona and John Kumplo were killed. Thursday, night by a prematufe blast In Luke Superior section 16 mine. A FollHh Striker Attempti t'lie Life of a (Juarry Foreman. Cleveland, 0., Aug. 14.— A special from Eerea, 0., snys: A deliberate attempt .was inude to murder Foreman Amos Morley, of Xo. 7 quarry, Friday morning. George Bownskonski hssaultfd Jlorlcy with a shovel arid then threw him into the creek. He attempted to hold, him under water with his shovel, The' assault occurred in the quarry. Hownskonski was placed under arrest and charged/ with assault with intent to kill. He made ijo 'show' of resistance. Morley is a non-union miin. Dynamite was found under' his 'house lasl v.-cek."He is probably the roost bitterly hntwr! of anybody by the Polish strikers. nnd' they h'nve rowed that thtiy would have his life. Bownskphsk( was en-, .raged hf(!:itise Morley refuse.d to let.hiiu go to work. , A Policeman Trie» to Give a Scientific Bzplanatlon of the Phenomenon, Dot the Crowd Ttko< .No Stock In H1U Theory. ,. West Thirty-ninth street, in New York city, will not recover from it for months. It saw a ghost—a ghost peeping out of tihe upper window of a house at Seventh avenue. Two hundred persons saw the face. They said it looked like the face of Virgin Mary, surrounded by tiie aureolitc. Policemen burst open the door o£ the room, where .the ghost was supposed to be. No trace of it uould be found. When the policemen returned to the street, however, the fuce KtUl appeared at the window. There have been queer ruruoi's about the house at No." 200 West Thirty-ninth street, occupied by Alberta Albertieri, his wife dud' child. They are Italians, and have been in this country only a few mouths. The'.house, is a big brown stone structure,'four stori<>s high,'and t/lieir rooms are all on the first floor. Mrs. Albertieri has been ill for some time, nnd last Sunday after dinner her husband took her for a walk. When they returned Albertieri looked-at the (op floor of the house. He started back. There, plain as day, he says, in the second story from Seventh avenue, appeared a face and part of a fiffure, A I halo waved.to and fro about the head, and the figure seemed to sway backward and forward, Albertieri called his wife's attention, and they stood for a moment spellbound. Swvices in the church across the street had just been dismissed, and many of the congregation, attracted by the remarks of the Italians, gazed fixedly at the window. All could see the figure plainly, but to some it took one .form nnd to others another, A crowd quickly gathered. "God forgive me!" said one Italian, dropping on his knees on .the sidewalk. "My sins have found me out. It's the Virgin Mary oorne to condemn me." ; A wild wail went up . from many throats. They did not believe in ghosts, mnriy of them, but there was the fig- How i Yauir Kidneys? i \DoesYoufSmclfAclie? •ryi : Mrong and healthy. THEV c*u« ' the blood: Healthy I pur* blood, .-',,' Dr. Hobb* » Khta*y *rt.: brSMnfBL .... . cure Rheumatitai, Oout, Anemia; Pimples; BadBlood,Br DlaMM. Malaria, Backache, K««™, Paint, Dreoty, Pain In the Abdenen. Frequent Urination. Inflammation tt< , Kidney*, etc. Rndoned by phyal- ciana and 'Draffffista. 50 cents a box. fl Sample Pllte and Valuable Book free. H>MM B«M«jC«, CUMt*w4 »M> FiuhM. I « For Sale in LOGANSPORT, IND., by . Ben Fisher, '311 Fourth St. end John ' F. Coulson, 304 MarkitSt. r>'«t"lrt V'lrs;lnlii UnmocrnU, . Alexandria, \'n.. Aug. -14, — After a deadlock of two days nnd one of the closest polit-icnl contests of recent years. Judge John F. Rixey, of Culpeper, Was Thursday nipht. nominnted as the choice fnr. congress of the. democrats oi the Eiglith -district, of -Virginia. ' ONE-HALF SIZE Of BOX. POZZONPS COMPLEXION POWDER bus been the sutndan! for forty years and Is more popular to^iartliLU'evor before. ; POZZOM'S is viic Ideal complexion powdox- refrCflL'.ng, cleunlr, healthful and barmle A dcltcaiu. Invisible protection tothe face. WI'Jl every kjox o nlflcont Scovill'N GOLD PUFF BOX i» given free ot clurge. AT DRUGGISTS 1 AST, FAKCY STORES. Itmapo v — __ HINDOO MMEDY rooncca XBX ABOVI a.-, i, , ---- ____ •IOHB. cfe., caused by paat abuwn, rtreilTljror and alee to ibi-unlton orgum, Mid qulckly.bnteorcly rcetorei ' . BMljjr eurtodln »ert , a»k*od in old or young. pook-.-t. ]'rlci)«I.UUnp»ck«ir". EliforaS.OO cimriiiitoc to cvra or ••Her r*ftt»4r4. on imitation, but InsUt on having IMIAPO. 1C lMtlmanD'ytrot It, we will >end It prepaid. cdUai Ce., rnffc, CUMf*. 111., erMrwieia, -OLD r-y B. K. Kccslinn, LOGANSPORT, JND- id leadline druggists •i The COAST LINE to MACKINAC TAKETHE r -« < — TflE; MARKETS. Grain, JVovlnlnnn, Ere. 1 .-. Chicago, Aug. 11 ! FLOUR — Quiet and steady. Prices ranged a» follows: Winter—Patents, IS. 1C @3,60: seconds, fl,90@2.00;.low:»?raile8; Jl.TuQ' 2.00.' • Spring-Patents, J3.25iS3.75;-atr,alg-h(s, HE STARTED BACK. • ure in' the wlndo\% visible to all. Albertieri said no one hod occupied the •room -for .month's, and that the house was entirely.empty. The cries ot. Che crowd soon attracted the attention..of-Policeman Bunnieon, ot the. West Twenty-seventh, street sta- .tlon. At first he'was inclined to laugh, but he too saw the fig-nre, and after (fazing at it a few minutes he whistled for assistance, and Policeman Conkllng opr .peared. He says he saw the ghost, too. . "If it were a. man." he said, "I'd not be of—"..- .- . •• • KoundEroan Tubbs appeared.at the corner. He'pazed inU^tly at the window, which was just then beginning to Jl.50igi1.75; Red,.Doe,, H.2C@1.40;-Rye 1 ','J2.0e WHEAT—Fairly active and unsettled, September, M ; *9i$ti%c; December,'SS'/ilgTCc, CORN-r-Stea.:!er:, No. 2, 22W@22%c;.: No, 2 Yellow, 22^'3 1 22%c; September. 22%@22%c; October,- 23'4!ij!2314c; December, 23%@>2-lc; May, 26%@27c.-.•.-'• " ". ' ' ..' OATS—Fair trading and higher.' No. J canh, ICtfc; September, 15?i@lSv.c;. May, IS @1954c. Samples steady. No Grade, 10® 14c; .No. 3,..16@20c;. No. 3 White, I8(5>19'ic; No. 2, 17®lSc; No. 2 White, 21@21&c. and firmer. No. 2 ca'h, ; .No." 3, 24c;.September-delivery, 28%©23c7 ;•" '. • "'.'.. . BARLEY—Old Barley moderate sale and steady,.but new at .the, same:-time rules dull. New Barley, 20@24c for No. 3, according to 'quality; No. 3 old Barley, J5@35c. .MESS PORK!—Market moderately active and prices steady at,|6.30@6.36 for cash; f6.27W@6,e:37H for September; W.05@6.IO for October, and J7.00@7.C2^ for January. ; LARD—Trading moderate and prices higher at »3.22^<S>3.26 for cash; J3.2503.30 for 9eptBtnber; J3.32HiSi3.35 for October, and tS.KQ3.70 for.January. ... ; BUTTER—The markot is ruling quiet, with quotations'at 10@15cTor creameries and 9(S>12c for dairies. . . . ' . LIVE POULTRY—Fair demand. Turkeys, ££j)10c; Chickens, 8@8%c;'Ducks, 8 ©9140 per pound; Geeae, per dozen, $3.09 &6.00. '.' • • • ' ' ' WHISKY—Steady on the basis of Jl.SJ for hlshwines, . New York, Aug. U. FLOUR-XJuiet, unchanged. . WHEA'T—No. J Red moderately active, •teady, '/«c lower. September, 62®62!»o;. November, (H&c; December, fH%@65 l-)iio; May, CS%c. ,"" . ' CORN—No. 2 quiet and steady. No 2, 2'8%<(f29%c;.September, 2S:ic; October,,29}iO; December, »%c;"-May, B2Hc. !'OATS—Nol 2 diili; steady. State, 25(5>3!e; Western, 2l@31o; September, 20%c' asked. BEEF—Steady. Extra mesa, JG.OO{j>7.00. ,,.T-PORK~Qulet. and., steady. -.•»New ntcss,- J8.00@8,7E; old .mess, tS.OO(S>8;25. LARD—Quiet and steady. Steam rendered, $3,67%. BUTTER—Steady, fair demand. Western dairy, 9@12c;. do: creamery, Elfflns, :l5^@16cy '• * • - ' •" . . ' CHEESE—Quiet and firm. Part z.uu. opnnfj—.raiems, »j.iowj.<a;-8iraijrrus, ..... >> , * • ~x~««f' J2.GC«j)3:20; bakers', J2.10@2:20; low grades, lose its tig-ure., Ouly for a moment, '-" ~ "~ - however, for It flared but tijrain.inpreftt brilllnircy.. • . ;' '•'.•'• "Man or devil," said -lie roundsman, "we'll see what's the matter, anyhow." With that he sei/i?d the key of the house from 'Albertieri, and, occom- puiiied'by'the polieemiii), marched into the house.- ; The inbb outside 'could see the llghtiasoeDdinff'the stairs.' When they reached the top floor they found thnt the door was.locked. Policeman Ounnison-,.bowever,'braced his huffo shoulders and set it off its hinges. The three men rushed in with their lamp. . . • The room was absolutely bore., Itdid not contain an article, nnd there was ho sign of the >1gure : in the window. The room was a cheerless apartment, tno walls-and- ceiling's being painted: the color of mahogany;' '• ."..-••: The crowd on the, street had a moment of terror.,while ;the -policemen wer^.ln the room.. They, heard, the crashing of the- door, 'and then, when the light ap- .peared, the 'llgiire vanished from their view; Another yell went up, and it wn» supposed that, the-ghost hod left Sta place at the window to deal summarily with: the' policemen.' .When the' police. men .came out they were warmly, greet,ed fi and., the figure once more took,Ita place at the-\i-lndow and overlooked the Italians.' '„].' ''.',..'.'.." ' ' .. : . ..- UoundsmanrTubbs, says the New. .York Herald, Is'sbinething of a ; scientist, however,'and, 1 as he descended the steps,' his eye'naugfct ihe g-lare of the'bljj elecr trie lipht across the street, and a solution of the problem come to hJJi. The •lipht"wa»lih su'rih "a position' ttiaV It struck the window at a peculiar angle. 'The glass wa* thick and uneven, and, by the rcfractlojj of'the'rays, aD iinape wfte formed^oS Iti aSrfnceY/ Tlils'wa* aided by., the blWck^ b'ackground ' inside the "room. He attempted to -make this explanation to the crowd in the street, but Hwas of no use. Tlie ! fl|rure svfcs a ghost to them, anJ ghost' it will renia.in al..ways. . ' •• ' ' • ' ' . Hard on th« Jury. ;.;.& coroneris-Juryvin'Afaine: that "decejpsPfljpiimjS 1 to b-isjleatti by tx- 'cessivedrl'iiliiftS 1 , p'rodu'citr-f apoplexy In •the minds of'hi. 1 "ir,v." . • MACKINAC .DETROIT PETO8KEY CHICAGO 2 New Steel Passenger Steamers ThcOmitMt Perfection ~yet«ttiln«d la.BMt CdBatmeHoD— LoxMrioU BqalMMat, AitiitM FMrnltlilu, p«car«tloa (ltd Emdwit Strvlc*. tanning tie highest degree Of ........ _ COnPORT, SPEED AND •SAFETY. '' Toledo, Detroit /Mackinac . ,.. _ EGGS—Stcady, dull. Western, ll@lic. ''.":>., v- '"I '' '•'' .IjT«.'StoolC. 3 i i '''•'• -."''.' ' " "". Chicago, Aug. 14.'. -CATTLE-^fflarltet strong" Fair to beet beeves; -fS.^WveS; gtockers -and feederB, KT08KGV, LOW RATES' to PletniMqa* RUddaM Mt Rtturn. Including Hcalf ud Berths. Fnm ClevcUnd, $18; Iram T«Mto. *i| I fna DttnH. $13.50. 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For wouadi, old •ore* and burn*, Brm. rilian Balm it of pricelcM value, ; ?or cats, wonndi from gunshot, broken glasi, or torn fiesh 'it aMoit. initantly •topi the ; p*ih and Weedinir, prevent* Inflammation, prevents iockjaw :w all cases, if used?st once, «nd hetli : like maeie. It cleanrti old acres »nd ulcers from "proud fleihi" kill*- the microba which cause* the -formation'of. put, thus stopping. 'the discharge, and promotes grMBliiSon and healing more rapidly. Qi«n »ny known remedy- For Bruises, Burnt, Blsckened Eyes, etc., xt ia eq , y prompt •»<! efficociont. v It it wole in every ftctory and borne. See Testimonials in circular. . $2.5003.60; mixed Cows and Bulls, J1.2|@4 ; ';0j ; .Texa"8,-';J2:sQig;3:oo'. r , -. . . : "- .' .','.'' ^. : i ".' ' '; ". •»' L> ; ' ' . HOGS-Murkct' active, .&S»10c hlgh'tr.- Light, J3,00£3.3G- rough packlnB. J2,GO@2.FO;. mixed 'and butchers', " *2.90S>3.25; heavy packing andnhipplnp, ?2.S5©3.13; Plea, J2.70 63.36. ' Fo*. people with tore eyes, .Watery eyet, and red and inflamed eyet, canied by age, catarrh or'.otheniriae, tb« 3r«zlU»nBalmit a pricele»« boon; Put 15 or 20 drops of Balm into a spo'oBfuU of warm water and bathe th« eyes well night and morning, getting some of thj •ol".tion,into the eyes. Tiia.«hef and etia ~orth» hundred times tbt> Typboid and, Scarlet F«v«r. ^ . :. f Taktu-in time Br»»ill«n Balm prevent! tv^hoia ^scarlet few. Alto «a»i theae siliteases' very tight and ^lyayi prevcntt detfoew mnA throat trouble*, - vhich tcarlet tertt and neatlet .so ofte* leave behind. Always keep on ttanO,

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