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Logansport, Indiana
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Wednesday, April 25, 1894
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APHIL 25.1S04. ?4MEMORIAL WAR BOOK COUPON. h»» of these coupons and ten cents TM tteeorrent number of the Mew- IWar Book. If presBnted at the E>or{tojiwtfallo Department of The Journal. COT THIS OUT. APRIL 2B, 1804. STAGE CELEBRITIES, This Coupon with two others of different dates, mid T*n Cents, 1* ttood for one part, coutBlnJng twenty portraits, or the Marie Bnrrongli's Art Portfolio of Stage Celebrities. THE JOURNAL. CUT.TH1H OUT Lawyer Beok, of Indianapolis, Killed in Hia Home. Belief in the Suicide Theory It Banished on Discovering the Evidences of a Murder. NO CLKW TO IHS ABBASSIJT. .US, luci, April 34.—Albert T. Beck, :i wuil-ltnown lawyer ol this city, and former law partner of Con- gressmau Bynum, was found dead on the floor ol his sloepinff-room, . A shot was heard by the family about 8 o'clock and when Mr, Beck failed to respond to a call at 7 o'clock his room was entered and his body lay partially dressoij with a bullet -wound in the body. The floor was covered •with Wood and the window off thn porch was open. While the suggestion of murder was made, liis friends at first thought it a case of suicide. lie was about 50 years of age, H» Was Murdered. The coroner, after investigating' Lawyer Beck's death, decided that he had bren murdered. There wero »i(jns of a stru(T(f le i tne shatter had been sawed off so as to admit an arm, and blood was found in the yard, and bloody tracks led to the sidewalk. A strange revolver wan on the floor and Beck's revolver was found In a drawer. SHOUT SPECIALS. Dr. Pepper has resigned as provost of the university of Pennsylvania. John Armstrong was killed by Henry Viokers during a political row at Stinson, Ky. Patrick Ryan, of Minneapolis, Minn., was killed while trying to stop a runaway teirn. The American l\\g Grace was captured while fishing in Canadian waters. Her crew are in custody. Frank Collins and LewisHolden were sentenced to be handed July 25 at Fort Smith, Ark., for murder, Archie Me In tyre, of Devil's Lake, Md., was murdered by a nciffhbor who feared him ob a court witness. The forty gambling houses in Denver, Col., were promptly closed in compliance with an order of the new polio* judge. Mrs. Amelia Mueller, a Cleveland (O.) widow, probably fatally injured her father and mother and then killed herself. The Chemun? river is 13 feet above low water mark at Elmira, N. Y. Basements along Water street aro flooded. Wisconsin veterans are gathering at Janesville for the annual 0. A. E. encampment J. A. Watrous and L. K. Billinffs are candidates for commander. Sir Edward Blount has been forced to resign the presidency of the West Railway of France, the government believing it to be contrary to public'pol- icy for a foreigner to hold sucli a position. BROKE ALL RECORDS. \Vhoat Dropped to 07 1-* Cents on th« <;hl<:i>co noiml at Trade. CHICAGO, April 24.—May wheat broke all records and sold on the board of trade at 07)^ cents, the lowest price ever recorded It was the climax of the depression that has forced the market lower and lower during the last three weeks, and the whole bull fraternity is squirming. The situation seems hopeless for them. Where the descent will stop there is no telling-. There are many who say that wheat will reach fifty cents a bushel or maybe less. The oldest grain trader on the floor can remembur nothing like the present movement Klllod in ft Holler JSxplailon. HUICTINOTOM, Ind., April 24.—The large boiler in Houser & Foust's tile mills, located 18 miles east of here, exploded, killing Arthur Anson, an employe, and seriously injuring both proprietors. Houser cannot recover. Tho entire mill was blown to atoms, ond the los» of property is great. A Big Foundry Assign*. LITTLE ROCK, Ark., April 24.—Wing & Co., owners of the larges t foundry establishment in Arkansas, and the Arkansas Machinery and Supply company, assigned Monday. The liabilities ure estimated at 150,000, with perhaps equal assets. Cholera K»fflngr at Lisbon. LISBON, Aprils*.—During the twenty, four hours ending Monday evening there were 10-1 cases and three deaths from cholera reported here. Tun Portuguese government has stopped all telegraphic messages. ,Ainb«rgrrlii li> North 1'nclflo Ocean. VANCOUVER, B. 0..April 24.—About a month ago the crew of the fishing steamer Cupiatine found a lump rof white-looking substance while cruising about 100 miles from the coast. The stuff was kept for some time as a curiosity but finally :ill but a small piece was' thrown overboard. On the return to town the piece snved was examined by several experts, who pronounced it ambergris. A party has gone to search for the missing treasure. J.nHt Fultli lu the Canal. PANAMA, April 34.—Reliable Paris advices positively deny the formation of a French syndicate to complete the Panain;i camil. All faith in the ^antin- uancu of the work lias been lost in Pan ama, Mid more of the canal employes are leaving. There is also an exodus of merchants ,ind other citizens of Colon to Port Limon, Greytown and other places. ._ . Bl( Matur»i lin« srneiue. PKKU, Ind., April 24.-A gigantic natural gas scheme has been organized at Lafayette, un<l«rtlie laws of >ew Jersey, to supply Indiana and Obi» cities The capital is »1,000,000. UmlD, Provision!, Eto. CHICAGO, April M. FI.OOB— Demand limited and feeling «»•». Quotations range ai follows; Winter— Patents, I2.80as.00; straight*, l2.WO2.Wi clean, ti.20as.40; seconds, ll.80ai.W: low grftdoa, tl.Wvtl.70. Spring— Pn tontu, K20O 3-bO; strttlifhts, jS.80aa.du: Bilkers', M. 7692. W; low Brinies, tl.40al.SO: Uod oog, ll.JKK3ll.40: Bye, »i«aa^60. WHKAT— Weaker mid lower. Cash, KtWia; May, KiiffiWio; July, MMQOOKc. COHN— Modcrnely active and easier. No. 2, SSHOUSMo; No. X Yellow, 8Dc; No. 3, 37;;(3 377»c: Nn 3 Yellow, 38«c: May, July, SO'iteSOSc: September, 40!4'i»40?ic. OATS— Wuukcr »r.d lowur. No. 2 cash, 8SXCJ May, aJHOJBXc; July, utJxaatUjv; September, •Wi&M'Hc. Sivmplns In fair dematiil and easlur. No. 3, 82»34c; No. 8 White, 8(1451 35o; Na 2, 3343:i!ic; No. S White, 3S»S6?iO. BYI— Dull und wentt. M'a 2 aiuli, <8lio ani saroplo lots, WViSWo. May delivery, 400. BAKI.ICY— In Hir.all supply and Hrnj, Choice by diunple, 66a6De; fair to good, 6IJ155c; common, IQI^DVC, und low Krado, «3O4(c, with BcruuninffU I1&. 00£ 17, 60 per ton. MKHH POUK — Trudms Quiot and prices lower. Quotations rauKea at il£30!ijl2.40 for cusll regulir: 112.25012.35 for May, and »ll»a ItttH (or July. LAKD— Market rather qulot and lower. Quo- tullons ranfc-od at l7.62K4t7.ss for cash: t7. ff% OT.bO for May, and (7.U7wa7.10 for July. LITE PODI/TBV— per pound: Chicltcns, 7%O 8c; Turkeys, TaiOc; Ducks, »4>10c: Gccoe, ta.OOaauO per dozen. BUTIKK— Crearaory, JOftlSc; Dairy, Ii<tl8o; Packing Stook, 8O9o. OILS— Wisconsin Prime White, "Vic: Water While, 7tfo: Michigan PHmo Wblte. 8!<o; Water White, Oo: Indiana Prime White, 8)»o: Wa- wr White.' 8J|e; Headlight, 175 tent, 85ic; Gaa- olino, 8T deg'i, UHo; 74deg'», Oc: Naphtha, 03 deg'5, «Ho. LiqnoBS— Distilled spirits steady on th» bails of tl.li per gal. (or finished KOOds. OKK, April S-t. WHEAT— No. Z rod. Way. (MtfOM 13-18o; July, 63!K3M)tc; December, 69jjOC»Ko. CORN— No. 8, dull and easy at first, but mors active later. May, <8JiO«c: July, 46air>wc. OATS— Na H, dull; track white Sialo, 4O& 45o: track white Western. <U346o. PROVISIONS— Boot, steady. Family, 111.60® 18.00: extra mess, 18.00. Pork, steady. New mess, H400i&M,:s; family, I14.60ai5.00: short olo»r, F14.DOai6.00. Litrd. dull Prime Western itettn, t«06, nominal. TOLRDO. O., Aprils*. WHEAT— Lower, quiet. No. '•! cash and April 7tfc: May,5*Kc: July, OOc: August, Ci;;c. COBN-DU:L No. - J cash. 40c: May, S«^c bid. OATS— Firm. No. t mixed, S4c; No. V whlto, 860. KYZ— Dull. Cash. 50c. CI.OVKHHCKD — Quiet. Prime cash, J6.0S; April, rG.SU: Outobcr, I4.«7«. I.|T« Stoclt. CHICAGO, April si IIOO8— Market slow and weak. Prices IOJ> !6c lower. Sales ranged »t !4.«OiaR. 15 for Pigs: I6.00*S. 21 for light: I4.90ab.05 for rough packing; IB,00«M» for mixed, and IMOttS.Si for heavy packing and shipping lots. CATTLt— Market dull and weak. Prlcu (Ivor buyer*. Quotations racked at 14.20 O4.90 for choice to extra shipping Slocn: IS.OO«4.io for gooA to choice do.: »8.3083.70 for (air to Kood: I3.00O3.36 for common to medium do.; >KIUi>a3U for butcher*' Steer*; I2.80a3.ll) for Stooliurs; ia»^»3.80 for Feedera: ll.WOilO for Cows; W,0»ai!..SO lor Hclf«r»; ti.0uas.60 for Bulla: tiTOatTft for Teiaa St«ern, and 12 71® LEO for Veal Calves. Crops Drowned Out In Arkansas. CAMDBN, Ark., April 24.— The rainfall at this point has been disastrously plentiful ol late. The farmers are far behind with their crops on account of the excessive wet weather. The situa. tion Is appalling ,to those who live In the lowland district*. They have bad no time during the spring In which to plant their oropu. Burlington MOT»I Into Montana, m SHERIDAN, Wyo., April 21.—The Bnr- liup;ton it Missouri River Railway company has let the contract for the grading of the extension of the line from Slieridan to Great Falls, Mont., 125 miles, and expects to have the road in operation by October. Off for Darkest Raul*. WARSAW, Aprils*.—Of the 218 pe^r- Bons arrested here last week for taking part in the KiHnski centennial celebration 800 have been sent to Siberia. Jlurord to Detth In a K«ttl» of 8o»p. CiKOi.EVrLi,B, O., April 24.—The 8- yonr-old son of J. C. Simmons fell into a kettle of soap and was burned to death. Hm «n» <Jue«J'» Appro'"'- LOHDOW. April 3A.-H is officially an- nounctd that the roynl assent has been given to the llehrinp s*a act KNOWLEDGE Brings comfort and improvement and tends to personal enjoyment when rigbtly used. The many, who Iivo better than others and enjoy life more, with leas expenditure, by more promptly adaptiiiR the world's best products to the needs of physical being, wjll attest the value to health ol the pure liquid laxative principles embraced in the remedy, Syrup of Figa. Its excellence is duo to its presenting in the form most acceptable and pleasant to the taste, the refreshing and truly beneficial properties of a perfect lax- stive; effectually cleansing the system, dispelling colds, headaches and levers and permanently curing constipation. It has given satisfaction to millions and met wfthttho approval of the medical profession, because it acts on the Kid- Den, Liver and Bowels without weakening them and it is perfectly free from every objectionable substance. Syrup of Fips is for sale by all druggists in 50c aud*l bottles,but it 111 manufactured by the California Fig Syrup Co. only, whose name is printed on every package, also the name, Syrup of Figs, and Seing well informed, you will n«*. accept any substitute if ofleteo- ..,. committee on interatate commerce,ha* ordered a favorable report to be made on the nomination ol James D. Youmans, of Michigan, to be a member ol the interstate commerce commission. The action was taken by 'a unanimous vote. An Adlruiiiliick Hotel liurnrd. PLATTSBUIIO, N. Y., April 'U.— Miller's Saranac Lalce housu at Saratiac lake burned ut noon. The firo is supposed to h:ive been incendiary. Mr. .Miller estimates his loss at SSO.OOO. The cottages and hoathousci> were saved. Ills I.lf« Sjiarml- , 0., April 34.—The Ohio supreme court to-day granted an indefinite stay of execution in the ease of E. 11. .Tones, the Clermont county murderer, who was to be executed next Saturday for the murder of his son. Tho court will hear arguments on a motion for leave to present the merits of the case ou^ May 8. lillh'u lliuituir. TEUKE HA.UTX, lud.. April 24.—M. A. Hunt, a prominent florist of this city, has committed suicide. His wife was ad- judjjed insane last week, and tlie 8ui- cide waa du« to despondency. Ilia rose garden was one of the largest in the state. Death of a Veteran. BOURBON, Ind., April 34.—Henry Pe- latte, aged 84, a pioneer and ex-soldier living in Tippecanoe township, this county, died Sunday. fff Jerry Simpson Mstr Dl«. WASHINGTOH, April 24.— The illneaa of Representative Simpson, of Kansas, bus atmuined an alarming pha*e. An~Atmo»pliei-lc Family. "Ah," said the fat boarder, as ho swung 1 a spoonful of soup into his mouth and made a successful grab for the only piece of bread on the plate, "some people have queer ideas about names. Now I know a family out at New Harmony, Ind., named Storms. They had four sons, one of whom was called North Storms, and the others South, East and West. The daughter's name is Gail." "Vat you call de fader?" usked the Gorman boarder, pausing in the work of destroying a huffe Irish potato. "His name roust'bo Cyclone," was the reply. "Veil," said the German boarder, "his vifc vould make a good sailor, as she must bo used to squalls."—Loui»ville Commercial. Millions for Churches Hero. It is estimated that between 840,000,000 and §50,000,000 is expended in this country annually for church edifices. Frozen—Then on Fire! Like the application of Ice to the small ol your back, Istbesennadon produced br the cMltbat preaedes the ferer ot malaria. Then comes the roasting stage, when every vein throbs and Is scorching as If with llauld fire. Then you well nigh dissolve In exhausting perelratlon that leaves yon a* llmpa* a wet dish rag. These nlternatliiB torments are not remediable permanently with quinine, which Is, moreover a most damaslna cumulative poison, Hostetter'sStom- acnBlttrm drives out Che foe and repo).< Its farther attacks. It is the leading medicinal safeguard against malaria all over the continents ot North and Sooth America, Guatemala, the Isthmus of Panama, Mexico and Australia. It regulates the llrer, stomach, bowels and kldners, cn- rlclies the blood, and promotes Bppetlt*. sleep and digestion. It Is not »nly a medicine, but an effective cordial welcome to the most delicate palate. cBlieamatlc tendency is counteracted bj it m ClicmbtrUli's Eye Md Skin Olotacnt la a certain cure for Chronic Sort Eyea. Granulated Eye Lids, Sore Nipples, Piles, Eczema, Tetter, Salt Rheum and Scald Head, 25 cents per box. For Bale by B. F. Keesllng, TO DOB8E OW5EBS. For putting a horse in & fine health; condition try Dr. Cady's Conditiot Powders. They tone up the system, aid digestion, cure loss of appetite relieve constipation, correct kidney disorders and destroy worms, fflvlnj new life to an old overworked horse. 25 cents per package. For sale by B. F. KeesllnR, druggist. The breath of a chronic catarrh patient is often eo offensive that he beeomes an object of disgust. Ater a time ulceratlon sets In, the spongy bones are attacked, and frequently destroyed. A constant source of discomfort is tbo dripping of the purulent secretions into the throat, sometimes producing inverate bronchitis, which IB usually the exciting cause of pulmonary disease. Tho brilliant results by its use for years past properly designate Ely's Cream Balm as by far tho best and only cure. Call upon your druggist for it. A Veteran or tlie fllexlemn War. OAK HARBOR. Ohio.—I met George O Momeny an old veteran of the Mexican War on the streets today who told me that after reeding about Simmons Llvor Regulator he bought a bottlo, and the first three doses cave him immediate relief.— Geo. Goslino. Your druggist sells it in powder or liquid. The powder to be taken or made into a tea. Foundations Chicago citizens in their desire to excel, have lately accomplished a big feat, namely: in discovering by actual measurements that there are some lady residents who can wear ehoen twelve Inches long. Your blood needs regulating IE spring. "Lafeld Cabinet Port" is nature's own blood purifier. Mild and mellow. Price, quarts, $1; pl«t», 60 cent*. For sale by W. H. Porter, pre. eorlptlon druggist, 826 Market street, Logansport, Ind. Mr. Tliirman Denncy Jubilee, Iowa. Better in Every Way General Debility and Heart Trouble Overcome A Statement for the Benefit of • Others. " C. I. Hood 6 Co., Lowell, Mass.: " I desire to add my testimony In favor of Hood'i Saraaparllla tliat all suffering from ilek- ness m»y possibly be Influenced to put confl- denca In It, aud bo among thosa to enjoy Good Health Once More. I had a long spell of sickness caused by troobl* with my liver, which the doctor said *•«» fast wasting away. J n fact he stated that I had only a ihort time to live. With great effort I ovar- came my sickness but in very feeble health; my pull* was Irregular and frequently My Heart Ceased Beating lor a second or two. I coul J hardly get around! the room, I wan so weak, and I lacked »ny appetite. Finally I concluded to try Hood's Sana- parllla and I got one bottle. The effect of ti» HOOD'S Sarsaparilla CURES medicine was so beneficial that I got nv» mor»> After I had taken the Sarsaparilla I bit much lutter and my wliol« system was strengthened, IfoundBood'iSirsaparlllaan exctllent medi- «in* forth* blood. I cannot pralss ittoohlshly.* TBIBMJLN DBNNET, Jubilee, Iowa. _ Hood'* PHI* cur ' Uvtr ills, eomtlpatloiv MJtouineu, Jaundice, tick headache, I Great TrlumpU. Instant relief experienced and permanent cure by the most speedy and greatest remedy in the world^—Otto'* Cure for lung and throat diseases. Why »vill you continue to irritate your throat and lungs with that terrible backing cough when Ben Fisher, 311 Fourth street, sole agent, will furnish- you a free sample bottle of this guarantee remedy? Its success in simply wonderful, as your druggist will tell you. Otto's Cure is now sold in every town and village on this continent. Samples free. Large bottles 50 centf. California Fruit Laxative is nature 1 ! own true remedy. It combines the medicinal virtues of California fruit* and plants which are known to have » beneficial effect on the human system. Although harmless to the most delicate constitution it is thorough an* effective, and will afford a pe»manent> oure for habitual constipation and the many disorders arising front a weaJi or inactive condition of the kidneys, liver, stomach and bowels. For sale by all druggists at (0 centi a bottle. For Over Fifty Yean Mm. Winslow'i Soothing Syrup hao been used for over fifty yeart by millions of mothers for their children while teething, with perfect success. It soothes the child, softens the gumi. allays all pain, cures wind colic, and Is the best remedy for diarrhoea. It will relieve the poor little sufferer Immediately. Sold by druffglats in every part of the world. Twentyflro cents a bottle. Be sure and ask for •Mrs. Window's Soothing Syrup" and take no other kind. Glad TldlBKi. The grand specific for the prevailing malady of the age. dyspepsia, liver complaint, rheumatism, costiveness, general debility, etc., is Bacon> Celery King for the nerves. This great herbal tonic stimulates the digestive organs, ragulates the liver and restores the system to vigorous health and energies. Samples free Large- packages 50 cents. Sold only by Ben Fisher, 311 Fourth street. "Kny>l RubjT' Port Win*. If you are reduced in vitality or strength by illness or any other cause, we recommend the use of this Old Port Wioo, tbo very blood of the grape. A grand tonic for nursine mothers, and those reduced by wast« ing disease. It creates strength; Improves the appetite; nature's own remedy, mucl preferable to drugs; guaranteed absolutely pure and over five years of age. Young wine ordinarily sold is not fit to use. Insist on having this standard brand, it costs no more. *1 in quart bottles. Bot. tied by Royal Wino Co., Chicago For sale by Johnston Bros. Karl's Clover Root, the new blood purifier, gives freshness and clearness complexion and cures constlp-v 25o,, 60o. and $* SoW by B to the tlon; F.Keesllng

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