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MARCH 21, 1894. WORLD'S FAIR ART PORTFOLIO COUPON. G conponsof different dat*s and 10 c*ntl xecnrm the current number of Art Portfolios. See advertisement. VOL. XIX. LOGANSPORT, INDIANA. WEDNESDAY MOKNING, MARCH 81.1894 Oar Spring Display as a Picture! We have made a strenuous effort to crown this season with the lovliest stock we ever had We are •well satisfied that your verdict will be that ours is the handsomest and newest stock in all the country round, How great has been our success we will leave you to judge when you come and Jet us unfold to your wondering eyes the immense riches of our treasury of merchandise. The Richest New Dress GOOJS The Mtiest New Silks In Wash Silks, In Linens, In Satteens, In Silk Ginghams, In Pongees, In Batistes, In Bewildering Profusion. In Challies, In Dimities, In Imperial Heps, In Japanese Fabrics, In Chinese Fabrics, In Silk Waists, Interesting Statistics from tho Census Bulletin. List of American Industriei Having the Greatest Capital and Employing the Largest Number of Men. VALUABLE KOK HEFKBKNCH. WASHINGTON, March 20,-The extra census bulletin which has just been issued contains statistics of manufactures for the United States in 1S90 and some vt-ry interesting information. According to the figures tho largest manufacturing industries in tho United States, estimated by the amount of capital and the number of hands employed, is the lumber a*d sawmill interest. Tha largest, judging from the amount of wages paid, is foundries aud machine shops, and, judging from the value of the output, iron and steel. There are in tho United States fourteen industries having more than $100,000,000 each invested as capital, and they arc as fol- i?riUml sawmill* "•<$ Iron ,md slcol .wurks..._.. .^ $£Ssi7 8M Uil>,M8 !".'.'.'..'.".!!... SS8.77I.7H6 . and Cotton goods GM works . ,. 208,473,500 In Domestics of every grade, We Stand Pre-Bminently First. Our Hosiery Stock is Most Complete. Ask out customers; they know, and they will tell you that our Hosiery feels, looks aud wears best, Gloves for Easter, Ours is uadoubtedly the glove stock of this metropolis. The Foster Guaranteed Gloves are handled here. Our Trimmings Are by far the lovliest shown in many seasons. £ Every oddity, every novelty, every dainty that it is possible:^ get has been secured- Every market in the world has contributed its share of beaut)'. You Will Fall in Love With our beautifulJackets and Capes. Ourjpricea are correct, in fact, very low. We Are Honest ^^^^^^^••.•^^^^^^^^^^^^••••MiMMBl _ ^^^^^^f^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ In all our dealings and there is nothing in onr house that is not reliable. If you are not already one of our army of customers, we think that a knowledge of ourjdeal- ings will make you one, '•'• We would be pleased to have] you loin the ranks. Esr "" Why not join the shrewd buyers? WILER & WISE. .. 120,371,440 ll8,8H7,60i Flouring mt'.l* Agricultural ImplcniBiits -Voolcn fuctui'led •-• \Iuns' douilng - iS"t)WSpu|>er8 null joli printing.... I'lsuiliie mll'.H Slaughtering duel moftt piickiux.. Carriages anil wagon* "" Employ Over IOD.OOO Jlnmlii. The following industries have more than 100,000 hands employed Lumber iir.d sawmills Foundries and muculiic-shops Cotton fLLUtorliK 1 Irou ft ml .s-uol Men's clothinc ..286,107 ^17,754 i ........ Uooiuntl ••ill"' 1 luctorli'S Hi-!cl( mid till! Muhonry Thu following pay w $1,000,000 siyear: Foundries utnl niaclilnc-iili'i li'oa ;ind sUxl . .. ............. I'lliurniulis I'rudiui. Tiiore lire twcnly-twodift'ercnl industries having i' pnidui'l of moi-R than fol- SIS, 080 150,341 ....140,021 i:iO,333 IDiUfil IU8,40u exceed in jf ,.f MS,380,011.1 ir,i :U8 l 1,0'jtt »100.UilU.OOO a .var, whic lows: Iron nnd slor'. -•.••• St.uiuilituriiiK "H'l nn-Mi |i.«.-l;n:!- Vourliii; mills • Foundries and mai-hiiii! shups l.umliur iir.U sawmills Mnu's clOLliinp tf:a-turU,'*> Doom uiul fjlioes Masonry . • • • I'latilutf mills I'l-luiliiK Woolen Kouils Cigars iinJ cinarci'.i 1 ." i"iYtul'tJ!>8 Car HliOpll rVl»l'vr, Ilnkcr'.ps .. • • • 1-0,1-1,"^ Men's ci'otliiliK (cusloin m:uli" PV^'EM C»??l a K^nnOI wftKons '.'.'.'. .'.' ". '• '• '• '•'• '•' .' •' ' i'l.™^ Distilleries 104, lU..80 Nuniu InlcriitlliiS I-'ljjureii. One of the-curious things which illustrate the results of the, war is the record of fifty-nine establishments in the United States engaged in the manufacture of artificial limbs. They 'have a combined capital- ol 1186,85(5, and the annual value of their output is $475,1)77. It is interesting to know that in the manufacture of axle Rrea.se a capital oi »451,2'.i8 is invested and that the product is worth J7.8S9.003 a year. The amount of capital invested in making bioycles and tricycles is 8^,058,072, and the product is valued at *2,- (So8,320. There are eighty-three establishments engaged in repairing bicycles, which have a capital of 1172,070 and do n business of $301,709 a year. For the benefit of our laundries we have $184,47!i invested in the manufacture of bluing, and W57.451 worth oi that article was produced in 1890. Over $3,000,000 is invested in the manufacture of buttons, and the value oi those necessary articles produced in 1890 amounted to $4,21o,795. There are 1,378 persons, engaged in making buttonholes for men's clothing, and they are paid $688,925 every year. The value of the buttonhgles 'they make is $784,055. Nearly $«,000,000 is invested in the manufacture ol clook», and $4,2»8,8«fl was th« value of the product in 1890. Seventeen million dollars capital is invested in making coffins, and the value of these 'necessary articles made that year exceeded $80,000,000. There are 205 establishments foi making corsets, with a capital of $6,. 640058. They employ 11.870 persons, and pay them $4,082,815 in wages. The vain* of the corsets manufactured in this country in 1890 was $18,401 575 The crop of false teeth wai worth'over $10,000,000 that year, and the output of fireworks $592,542. Nearly $10,000,000 is invested ai capital in the manufacturing of artificial ice, and the product in 1880 wai valued at $4,wOO,983. There were 12° establishments for the manufacture of kindling wood, with a capital of $1,889,533, and the Talue of their product was $2 401,878. In the manufacture of regalia and society banners and emblems 137 estab- llshroenvs are engaged, with a capita] of II 841108, and the output was S3,- 'Ine numoer'ol establishments fortna printing of newspapers and periodical* is given at 13,883, which seems to b« very small. Stale Valuation uud Tautlon. A final report of the total valuation and taxation, compiled from the figures of 1800, makes the following- showing for the states of Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Wisconsin and Ohio: Illinois, $5,060,751,710; Indiana, $3,095,178,620; Michigan, $2,095,010,27-2; Wisconsin, $1,838,808,523; Ohio, $3,951.38i,3S*. WANTED SOME CASH. Mll« Fnllllnl KflfUHMl to Sflfl Kllo<I<-» Un- le»« He Wrought 940. WASHINGTON, March SO.—Madeline Pollard was shown a letter on resuming the witness stand, which, after examination, she admitted having writ- ton to her protector, .Mr. Rhodes, in November, 1884. The letter askod Rhodes for $-10, promising that he might call on her ami stay Ironi 7 o'clock until 8:30. Other letters on the httine subject were identified in winch the expressed her disappointment at not receiving the money, one o£ them llatly refusing to Deceive him unless lie brought it This was just before Miss Pollard was going away for the birth of her first child. Among- the letters were two dutcd at New Orleans and postmarked Tooles- borongh, K.y., in which the writer told Rhodes of her arrival in New Orleans; of the weather and other inconsequential things. Other letters, some dated at Cincinnati and others at Lexington, asked Rhodes for money, the sums varying from 810 to S4l). Mr. Butterworth devoted his questions principally to the New Orleans letters, and the plaintiff frankly admitted that she had never been in that city. She said that Hreckinridge knew of these letters. He would have given her the money himself if he hud dared to do so. Mr.~Hreckinridge planned all of her schemes to procure money from Rhodes, which she did on several occasions. Ilu dictated the letters which were dated at New Orleans. Some of them he wrote on the typewriter when she was ill at the asylum and not able to write, saying in explanation that s.he was loarninfr the typewriter, Soim: of them he wrote in advance and dated ahead. He would mail them on thu cars or wherever they would not be postmarked. Aim-";'! "I s resent Wife. 'I'll 11 closing scenes of the lircckin- rici.ri; trial included a statement by Miss 1'olhml that after the scene in tho 11 of/Khun house," she went to Col. Jireck- inriilgc's house in Washington, aud tho colonel and Mrs. Wing, when they saw her, crouched behind a curtain, butshe called to him. "Come out, Willie," and hi- came, lie went with her to Ur. Lincoln's and on the way abused Mrs. Wing in every possible way (although he was theu married to her). As sho went on to tell how for BrccUinridgc's sake she hud given up home and friendf and even her children, her feelings overcame her, and taking compassion on her .emotion at Mr. liutterworth's suggestion the; court adjourned". CRIME~AT"ST; LOUIS. Bee Hive. 315 ourth St, •mere w =« sixty-throe establish, ments for stuffing birds and animali reported; with a capital of $293,112, and an output Of 1331,778. There are 438 manufactories of canea and, umbrellas, «|* » « T^OT? f5 ' 846 '- 289.and an output of $i3,7, I.WT. . Throw .Murders Occur In the Mlssour Metrupull* ttt Sliort Intervals ST. Louis, March 20.—Minnie Schil ling was shot and fatally wounded by Kdward Si. Courtenay, who turnot the revolver upon nimself and inflicted injuries from which he will die. Cour- teuay is a veterinary surgeon, and has been paying the girl attention withoui encouragement. Mattie Graham, an iS-year-old boy was killed by William Holtman, who quarreled with Graham and threw a poker at him with all his might. Th deadly missile crushed through th skull. It stuck there like a spear. Grn ham sank to the floor without uttering a word. At tho Alexian hospital, John Sehremp. foreman of Earle's liver, stable, died from a blow with a bate ball bat, inflicted by Pat Condon, to whom Scbremp refused to let a team. Condon and John Thomas Brady, an uceessory, are under arrest. An BmbeHler Caujht. , ST LOUIB, March 20.—Chfef of Pollc Walsh and Detective Joseph Kinney of Bast St Louis, arrested Fred C Picking, of Brooklyn, N. Y., at th Kast Side race track Monday after noon Picking, it is claimed, was an employe of Browning, King & Co., o New York, and it is alleged embezzlei $15 000 last August and fled. The Pink erton detective agency traced him al over the country, but finally lost him Picking admit* he is the ra*n wanted hut sart the amount taken was no ow 16,000. Be is held until the New York authorities are heard from, Senator Colqultt Stricken. WASHINGTON, March 30.—Senator Col miitt of Georgia, has afrain beei stricken with paralysis, this time in hi throat, and his condition is serious. I is impossible to give him nourishmen or for him to speak. Physicians hav been in attendance since the attac came on, but no prediction is made n to the ultimate outcome of this secon uttaclf which has seized upon a part o the body that makes Senator Colquitt condition extremely critical Ithode Uluml Ucinorniu. VHOVIDWCB, B. I., March 20.-Th democratic state convention unan mously renominated the same stat UcUet as last year. David S. Uaker be ing named as the candidate for ( •rnnr. THE TARIFF. The Senate Committee Reports Its Bill to That Body, "he Tax on Sugar Increased—Repeal of All Reciprocity Treaties Under the McKmley Act Favored. TO CHANGE THE PL'TIBS. WASHINGTON-, March 20.—Senator Voorhees, chairman of the finance oramittee, reported the tariff bill to he senate soou after the reading of he journal. Senator Morrill, one of he republican members of the committee, stated that so far as the republican members of the committee vere concerned they did not object to he reporting of the. bill, but were op- j to the income tax feature in it and tho change from specific to ad •alorem duties. Senator Voorhees gave .lotico that he would call up the bill or consideration April 2. Soinn of t]i«.<.hnuc:i'». The most important change made in he bill is in tho sugar schedule, a .hangc being made by which an addi- ional duty of 3» of 1 per cent, per is given on all sugars testing tbovc '.IS degrees by the polariscope cst, or which are above No. 10 Duch tamlard in color. The provisions abrogating the Ha- i-aiiaii reciprocity treaty are struck rom the revision bill. ll«!Cll>rocltjr Kop«»lc<l- The reciprocity sections of the Mc- vinlcy act, sections S, 15 and 10, are re- waled and all agreements or arrange- ncnts made or proclaimed between the Juitod States and foreign govcrn- iii-nts under the provisions of said Actions arc hereby abrogated, of vhich tho president shall {rive such loticc to the authorities of said foreign governments us may bo required by the terms of such agreements or ar- •anfjcmcnts. A very knportant nmundment is made n thu section govornin;,' the maimfac- ture of '.obacco. which is intended to -ii-L-vo-.it the sale of leaf tobacco by lea'.ers from competing with the sale of manufactured tobacco, but is so worded as to protect the. farmer aud owi-i> of tobacco in his right to sell i own product withoui the payment a tax. I'll,- i,-aii and load-ore di-.tios are left n.-liaii' r i:d from tin 1 senate MIbcommit- lec'rittus. as are the iron-ore and coal duties. So also arc whisky and opium. .There have been added to the free list pineapples, bananas, cocoauuts, |horn .trips and tips. No articles were taken from tlu! free list. Action <>" Other H<-m«. Collars anft en its arc left unchanged from the senate subcommittee rate, but shirts and ail other articles of every description not especially provided for composed wholly or in part Of lin.-n, :.0 per cent, a.l valorem instead of S5 per cent., the Wilson bill rate; oatmeal 10 per cent, ad valorem instead of 20 per cent., the Wilson bill rate; castor beans are restored to the Wilson rate of 25 cents per bushel; playing cards are restored to the Wilson' of 10 cents per pack, instead of 2 cents per pack as fixed by the senate bubcomroittee. Tobacco Tax IB Left. In the internal revenue schedule the committee strikes out the provision which the senate subcommittee inserted first taxing cigars and cigarettes weighing inoro than three pounds $5 per thousand, and cigarettes in paper weighing not more than three pounds, $1 per thousand; and wrapped in to- Tmceo. 50 centa per thousand, thus leaving the taxes on these articles un changed from tho present law. The locoiut Tax. The provision in the Income tax amendment relating to a tax on build ing and loan associations, which was exempted by the house and stricken out when the senate subcommittee reported the bill, has been rejtored with the proviso that the twc shall not be levied upon those institution, who make no loans except to shareholder, for the purpose of enabling them to build homes. NEW YOBK, March 19.~-The Herald publishes the story of the finding of the body of a child, headleM andArm- less, concealed in a coal bin n Hell* Kitchen," The clothing wa. identified as that worn by the 18-year-old daugh terof John Martin. The child was evidently kidnaped, killed and mutt lated. The missing arms and head were sawed off and the body wa. thrown into boiling vfater. Illlnol* Without m. B«ad> Spm*OF«LD. 111.. March 20.-GOT Alt geld is in Mississippi, i Lieut Gill is in Jaokson county, Private Sec retary Dose is in St. Clalr county and the governor's executive office of lilt nois is in charge of a colored messenge for the first time in history, and no of flcial business can be transacted. Kllli llniioTri 0 Avoid Ai-rMt. DAVENPORT, ila., tro pected criminal arrested by a patrol man in this city resisted, made , hU e. cape, and was traced to Walcott Mon day morning. When /»«?«*"' corn field after a hot chase by Chief o . Police Kessler and several farmeis , h. knelt down and shot himse f through the head, dying l and silver coin. NO. 69. flOOSIER HAPPENINGS. nformstloD of Especial Interest to Indianlana. Ms/of Denny Wmiitu More 1'ollce. ...suiANAror.is, Ind., March 20.—Mayo* Denny appeared before the bo*rd of ublic safety Monday and urged upon hat body the necessity of increasing he police force, in order to .suppress •ambling and the illegal sale of liquor n the city. He said the public and he city authorities would approve any easouable expense necessary to en orco the laws. The mayor, with great mphasis. says he had not changed iuce the day this present administration had begun. He believed then and he believed now lhat the aw.s should bo strictly and impartially nforceil, and that it must bo done il In-re is money enough and power lUgh at the command of the city to !o so. '"" ** \V. C. Smith .Supposed to ltd I" Can»<l». JOSMKN, Ind.. March 20.—Mr. W. G. .:th, who resigned the suporiuten- leney of the Ariel bicycle works the ithcr day, has left the city and it is iupposcd he is in Toronto. Can. A cursory investigation by tha lircctors shows, il is said, that * great many shipments of machines lavo boen made by Mr. Smith's direc- Jon which have not appeared upon the >ooks of the company. Mr. Smith ;amo here from Chicago about two vears ago and has had almost compieU charge of the works. Kndcd In • Freo-fui-All Fight. KI.WOOD, ImL, March 20. — A cock- lug main was pulled oft here Monday morning in a grove south of this city and outside the corporation limits. About 500 sports wero in attendance. The contest lasted only a few rounds. Then followed a free-for-all battle among tho on-'.ookers, resulting in broken heads and noses. Fiital Mi-al »t lllllohorn. Hn.i.snono, Ind., March 20.—Dr. Hays ami wife, their ^daughter Verna, Mrs. Kivurs his mother-in-law, Cora Campbell aud Georgo Uiisby, the colored hand, were all poisoned Sunday by eating "pressed cJiicltcn." The chicken was canned and the victims were at •l;cd u few minutes afu-r eating ];usbv diet', and the livi-s, ff IV. Hay! and Sirs. Kivcrs arc despaired of. Tha others will probably recover. Will Krfct Nl'« Tlliworli-,. MoNTi'i!i.iK». In-.l.. March -JO.--Contracts were made Monday with Mr. Calbo, of .St. Louis, for Uio location ol an oi^lit-mill tiu-platu worl.-s which will employ 500 men, covering fiv« acres of ground, and will require ten mammoth brick and iron build- gs. Work on the factory will begin immediately and overy effort will ba made to have it in operation by September next. V <T"i HI Ion <'»»<> SrttliHl. ANBEBSOS. lad.. March 20.—The Ver» million estate ease, which was tried in the Madison county circuit court several weeks ago and resulted in John M. Uurber, Adair Samuel and Chauncy Vcrniillion, tho defendants, getting. verdict of $34,000, was compromised Monday by tho defendant, Uriah C. Vermil'lion, paying the two defendants ¥10,000. !• A Thief 111 HI* Old Ajfiv KOKOJIO, Ind., March 20.-John Galloway, who was arrested for slealing wraji and robes from a church hero, entered a pica of guilty Monday and was given a year in tho pcnitoutiary. This was on the advice of his grandson. Lee Nash, a prominent attorney of Tipton. Galloway is over 70 years of ag« and is wealthy. W»K«ii Reduced ten Per Cent. TEBRK HAUTK, Ind.. March 20.-A 11 the employes in the train service of th« Chicago A Eastern Illinois Railway company were notified Monday of a reduction in wages to tali* effect April 19, aud all who are not satisfied with the reduction are requested to notify the heads of their departments befor. April 5. The average cut is 10 per cent. Worth or *a Old Kettle. WARSAW, Ind., March uO.-Josepb Stephenson, -while excavating for a cellar on a lot recently purchased by him, threw out an old iron kettle contain, ing J9.000 in greenbacks. An old man by the name of Blue formerly Hvwi there alone and committed sulcidt about eight years ago. Stephenson paid. |000 for the ground. UauKhxr M»r flead Guilty. l5DiAXi.POi.is, tad.. March 20.-The<K doro P. Hanghey, ex-pre.ldent of th« Indianapolis national bank, now held under several indictment, for wrecking that institution, may plead KuUty M the charges and throw himaelf on th« mercy of the court. It ha. b«en suggested to him that this Is the best thing; to do. ____ 8caia«<i with not Hoop. MUNCIK, Ind., March so.—Whtla M*V Frank Crab]* wo» preparing the noon meal Mondfjnier JS-months'-olddajign- tcr pulled a kettle of hot bean, from the stove. The kettle fell on the child and the hot soup spilled all over Ik. The flesh on the face was scalded off. cl BHAZII-, Ind., March SO.-The ars who raided Center Point, thij clars wo rae , county, some time ago, were capturwl at Qreoncastle Monday. They Identified by stolen stamps »nd property. '

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