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Logansport, Indiana
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Saturday, April 28, 1894
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If pr/«ent«l st the Portfolio Department of The Journal. CDT THI8 OUT. CUT THIN OUT. APHlJb 38,1804. STAGE CELEBRITIES, Thin Coupon with two others of different dates, and Ten Cents, Is good for one pun, containing twenty portraits, of the Marie Burrongh's Art Portfolio of Stage Celebrities. THE JOURNAL. PEACE EEIGiNS. The Threatened Conflict at Toluca, 111,, Is Off, Invading Strikers Leave Without Creating Trouble—More Great Northern Men Called Out. OOOOOOOOOf / -log e\ (" U '"j? V CUT»THI» OUT 8F.TTI.1-D WITHOUT A FICUT. TOI.IX-A. ill., April'.!*.—The striking minors marched into Toluon at daylight ami rode out. of it iu the afternoon. They eamo footsore and weary, but they had a ehance to rest on the return trip. Trains were made up and they were taken home by rail. There w no violence and no serious disturbance, but it looks as if the strikers had tfuined their point. Thi; negroes who wore tit work in the mines havo left. There i» talk of their joining the union and takiiifr part in the strike, and it is not unlikely that many of them will do it If they do Man ajj-or Devlin says he will fill thftir places witli other men. Tho victory, such as it was, was a peaceful one and is so much the more acceptable to the citizens, who spent the nig-ht thinking of the horrible things that they felt sure would happen. Nearly 4,500 striking miners camped at Bip Sandy, only a short distance away, and the citizens were sure they would sack the town as soon as they reached it Invndcd by tlio Strikers. Every precaution was taken, and when the mon reached Toluca, at 0 o'clock, every saloon was closed. Tho men vrere tired, but enthusiastic. They had a brass band and a drum corps with them, and to the music o£ these they marched to the common near Superintendent DuR-pan's house. No attempt was made to stop them. The strikers held a brief meeting- on the common and then adjourned to await the arrival of reeriforccmenta Irotc Streator. These arrived at U o'clock, but in the meantime Lieut, Gov. Gill, President J. A. Crawford and Vice President Jsiines A. Murray arrived on a special train. Men Afc-rre to Lc»ve. A conference then took place between the mon and Charles J. Devlin in the letter's private car. The miners' officials wanted Mr. Devlin to address thominers, buthodeclined.sayinjr that he had not invited them here, and consequently had no desire to address them. The meeting was called to order by Chairman O'Connor, of Spring Valley, and was addressed by Messrs. Gill, Crawford and Murray, who counseled peace and urged the army to leave- the Toluca miners to decide for themselves. Finally this was agreed upon, and Mr. Devlin arranged for a special train to take the army homo. Striker^' llanki Swellinc. COLUMBUS, 0., April 2T,—The following- revised estimate of tho number of miners now out in the strike, givon out by President McBride, shows that the miners are gaining strength: Al»bair.B, 8,000: Tenneaxco and Kentucky, flCOO; Indiana. 5.000; Ohio, 26,000; West Virginia, 4,600-, IHUioiB. 88,000; Iowa, 1,300: Indian torri'.ory, '-',000: Missouri, 1,500: Pcuasylvanla, <S,<X»: Colorado, 1,WO; MlohiRin, 300; total, 15^.000. In this estimate President McBrido does not include the accessions in the Indiana block field and in Illinois. The principal addition is made in Pennsylvania, where he estimates that 05,000 men are now idle. All Indiana Mlueri Ar* Out, TEnmc HAUTE, Ind., April 2U.— President Dunkorly, of tha State Miners' union, stated that tho strike iu Indiana is practically complete and that 0,000 miners are out The only mines now iu operation are a few small ones iu lower Clay county and a bituminous mine in tho Evansville district Striker! Enjolcorl. ST. PAUL, Minn., April 37.—The order to show cause why tno injunction prayed for in the case of the Great Northern Hail tray company against Oleson and others to restrain them from interfering by force, threats or • intimidation with interstate commerce on that road or with those employed in place of those who quit the service of the road, came on for hearing 1 in the United States circuit court. Judge Sanborn presiding. The injunction was granted, MINNEAPOLIS, Minn., April 27.—The strike is on at last in the twin cities. The A. R. U. at 1*2:10 p. m. called out its men in tho employ of the Great Northern road in the two cities. Telegrams wore sent to all unions on the line to stand to their guns. It is now a fight to a finish between the men and tho com pany. VIENNA'S BIG STRIKE. Orer 00,000 Men JLny Down Xlielr Tool! and Quit Work. NEW YOBK, April 27.—The Herald's London dispatch snys that 24,000 strikers in Vienna will be joined next Monday by 40,001) men from the building trades. The 40,000 men have demanded higher wages, but tho master builders and contractors have refused to grant their demands. Efforts are making to bring about an understanding between master land men, but with small prospects of success. The extreme and moderate socialists have combined to make a great demonstration on the Prater on May day. This will be attended by the strikers and violence is feared. All the meetings to be held in Vienna on May 1 will pass resolutions in favor of universal suffrage and the eight-hour day. Klk Dl« of Starratlon. LANDER, Wyo., April 27,—Hundreds of elk have been found in this neighborhood that have died from starvation. The supposition is that they were driven from the mountains by the cold weather. The death of BO many elk is deplored, because of their scarcity, there being few in existence outside the confines of Yellowstone park. ' ' ; ?'i? jo ip.'.o.u fyirn.n^nb Vf £,0 i: ?.hq 'jopop jo O (•") in.io.-A s^.nrjTop u poDU j^ :N . 5011 i-;i 'nipi:pi:.-)].i THE AlARKEiS. Urain, I'rovUloni, Etc. CurCAoo. April 27. :—A moderate Juqulry exists, chiefly local, _ mid prices uru I'.rm as fol- IOWH; Winter—Paionw, ti60as>l)l); mi-Bights. ?2.00®2,75; clears, J2.-OiJ2.40; soconds, II. tH'Jt J.OO: low grades, 11,60^1.70. Spring—Patcau, $3.aoO3.&0; straight), fS.2032.6U; Uakcrs', 11.75 fflilO; low uracles, tl.*04»1.50; Kod Day, Si.SO WHEAT—Pulrly actlvo and lower. Cash. 5T7i O68y;c; May, 53l,Qj58; B c: July. t'.<.V2<»!,c. CORN—Moderate trading ai lower prices. No. 2, 3SH3S8>4o: No. 2 Yellow, 3tj;O39c; Xo. 3, 37?iia375io: No. 3 Yellow, 38?ia383ic; May, 38^&ll8y4o; July, 39J45&80|^e; September, 40J4® 40S40. OATH—Fairly active and easier. No, ! 0*9)1, 3;)>iQ3ii&c; May, 33)iQ34?6c; June, 8-'^c; July, awaiWjc; September, 25afc>>ic. Sampi™ In f»lr demand and lower. No. 3, 84tfc; No. 3 White. UM&&HH; No, 2, ' 84.^0; No. 2 White, SViJSfciic, KTK—Dull and easy. No. 2 cash, 47Jic and sample lots, 40®4»Hc. May delivery, 47Jic, DAULEY—Little doinc. Choice by namplo. 4}58o; fair to good, 5lS55c; common, 4GQS nud low (trade, 4SO48c, with screenings *15.0C B17.50 per ton. ME88 POKK—Trading qulotand prices lower Quotations ranged at Si£!il!V{(iai2.774 for regulir; $12.50Mai2.72Vi 'or May and lliW!y£ lor July. LAUD—Very quiet and lower. Quotations ranged »t I7.05{J7.70 for ciish; t7.05i(f7.TO lor May, and t7.2naT.KV4 for July. LIVE POUL.TKV—Per pound: Qilckecs, Oi-i 7!ic: Turkeys, 7S10c; Ducks, UJtlOc; Geese, fclOO&fi.oo por dozen. Bim'Kit—Crottmery, OaiSljc; Dairy, 12{S17o; racking Slock, tK30c. Oirji—\Vjscon«ln Prime White, 7^c: Water White, ~Kc: Michigan Prime Whitu, 6Hc: Wn tor White, do; Indiana Prime White, 8!ic; Water White. 8KO; HoadllKUt, 175 test, BVic: oline, 87 deg's, lliic; 74 ileg'e, 9c: Nuplitlia, 6;i dcg's, OHo, LIQUOHR—Distilled spirits steady on tu» baula of $1.16 per sal. for tlnlahod Roods. NEW YORK, April S7. WHEAT—No. 2 rod easier, May, 01 6-lcaci^ July, (J33iJJOS7ie; December, 09?ic. CoitN—No. 2, weaker. May, 4«!^e; July, 45 46 1-100. OATS—No. a, quiet, but about steady. May, 37^g&S7J«c; Joly, SiJ'ic; track while State, 4flo; track white Western, W3-K5C. PHOVISIONS—Beof, quiet Fumlly, fll.503 13.00; extra mess, S8.00, Pork, quiet Now mess, Jl4.00(B14.2, r ); family, *14.60ai6.00; ehort clear, flJ.0031C.00. Lard, dull. Prime Western ateam, 13.15, nomitial. TOLEDO. O.. April2?, WHEAT—Lower, (juiei. No. - cash and April, l)7Hc; Muy, 57=^c; July, Me; AURUUI, Co»N—Lower, dull. No. - cilall, ^Oc: May, OATS—Firm. No. - mUed, 34c; No, - white, 30c, KYK—Steady. Cash, Me. Cr,ovr:itsEr:i;—Dull. Prime cash and April, Sfi.OO; October, KB.'). Ltro Stock. CHICAGO, Aprils" POGS—Market active and feeling firm. Prices 5c lilftlicr. Sales ranged at M.75ffl for Pigs; JS.roaaiiO foHlght: »5,uoa6,10 for rouRh packing; 55.10ass6 for mixed, and ( ®5.35 for Heavy packing and ahlppinp; lots. CATTLE—Fc'cllnu rather easier except for butcher's stock, which was linn. Quotations ranged at R40<H.90 for choice to extra shipping Steers; &75ai30 for good to choice do.; (3.3033.70 for fair to good; 13.0003.35 for common to medium do.; »410^a30 for butchers' Steers: l!i80O3,10 for Stackers: iaS3O'.80 for Feoders: I1.90tta40 for Cows; t2.OOO3.60 for Heifers: $£.OU4*3.W for Bulls: *Z7003,75 for Texas Steers, and (2.753 6.£0 for Voil Calves. GASPORT WIPED OUT. in Notv VorH Stilt* IlumiiiJ and Onn Lir« Lost. BUFFALO, N. Y., April 27.—One lifa was lost in the burning of the village of Gasport. (iasport is situated on ths Falls branch of the Now York Con- trtvl railway, about 8 miles cast oi KNOWLEDGE Brings comfort and improvement and tends to personal enjoyment when rightly used. The many, who live better than others and enjoy life more, with less expenditure, by more promptly adapting the world's best products to the needs of physical being, will attest the value to health of the pure liquid laxative principles embraced in the remedy, Syrup of Figs. ,. Its excellence is due to its presenting in the form moat acceptable and pleasant to the taste, the ref reshingand truly beneficial properties of a perfect laxative ; effectually cleansing the system, dispelling colds, headaches and fevers and permanently curing constipation. It has given satisfaction to millionsi and met withlthe approval of the medical professionrbecause it acts on the Kidneys, Liver and Bowels without weakening them and it is perfectly free from every objectionable substance. Syrup of Pigs i« for sale by all druggists in 50c andf 1 bottles, but it u manufactured by^the California Fig Byrup Co. only, whose name is printed on every package, also the name, Syrup of Figs, and being well informed, you will not accept any »ut»titute if otTereff- Lockport In Niagara county. It ha« a population of about 500. Tlv buildings on Main street are mostly o wood, and the village hajs no protection against lire. The fire originated in '. meat market councctcd \viUi the liott and spread vapidly. Within hull in hour the hotel aiid sevi;r;il dwelling were in ashes. The bartender of th hotel periblnid in the flames. X<j Foriiml Offer ,s«nl. to WaMhlnctoii. WASHINGTON, April 27. —Up to thii date there liusbcuu no proposition sub milled -formally to the state depart mcnt by the representatives of Gi-ea 1 Britain or Germany lookm? to the dis solution of the tri-protoelorate ovei .Samoa and the unm-xauon of the is lands to Great Britain or Germany, i'romlni'nt Jmllumitii OfMid. ISDiAN-Al'Oi.ls, Ind., April 27.—Hur mon D. Payne, 70 years old, a promi nent Indiana lawyer now practicing before the United Str-tes supreme court at Washington, died here Thurs day night, while en route to the capita" from a health trip to Spencer Spring's, Ind. Ur. Alliort Piiy Is Uenil. liOHTON, April 27.—Dr. Albert Day. famous for his successful treatment o: inebriates, and who for the past thirty- five years has been identified with the 'Washmfftonian home in this city, is> dead, aged.73, Krooklyn Tukcri in Suburb*. ALBASY, N. Y.,April 27.—Both houses of the state legislature have adjourne" bine die. Bills were passed annexing t the city of Brooklyn the towns of Flatbush, Gravcsend and New Utrecht. llrotlier und Staler Drowned. BOULDKR, Mont., April 27.—Edwarf Ryan, Jr., and his sister Nellie, of this city, were drowned on their way to the Crow reservation in search of a ranch they could talte up. Poublc HaugliiB In VlDtmin. MANASSAB, Va., AprU27.--Jim Robinson and Benjamin White were hangnd iu the jail yard here for criminal as saullt on two white women in Prince William county last. January. There had been some talk of trouble with the nejrroes on the day of the hanging, but there was no excitement whatever. —A corporation of jcwulers was r< istered by Tiberius about A. I). '21. The jewelers were v«ry much in demand in Rome on account of the number oi rinfrs worn by the women, who went about groaning 1 uuder sevesi or eijfht pounds weight of gold. Frankly Expwuied. "Soakers says the si^ns of his character are borne on his face." "Not quite. On his breath, he means. -'•Cbicago Record. Frozen—Tlienou Fire! Like the nppllcatlon of Ice to the small of your back, Is the sensation produced by tlio chill tM precedes ihe few of mnliirla. Then comes tho roasting stnge, whim cvpry vc:n throbs and Is scorching as It with liuulcl fire. Then ycmweV nlKli dissolve In cxhatistlnfi perslratlou tlmi leaves you us limp as a wet difhrng. Then alternutlnu torments are not remediable perman enily with quinine, which IP, moreover a inosf diimwlnn cumulatlvo poison, Hosteller's Stom achBIttfra drlvns out the foe and repels Its further attacks. It Is the leading medicinal safeguard against malaria all over the conlltients of North and South America, Guatemala, the Isih- mus of Panama, Mexico and Atstnilla. Itiegu- liites the liver, stomach, bowels and kidneys, en- riclies the blood, and promotes sppetlte, sleeii and dlgesllon. It Is not only a medicine, but aD effective cordial welcome to the most delicate palate.. nhenm»tlc tendency Is counteracted by l'himbrrlnln'9 Kye and Skin Ointment Is a certain cure for Chronic Sort Eyes. Granulated Eye Lids, Sore Nipples, Piles, Eczema, Tetter, Sal' Rheum and Scald Head, 25 cents per box. For sale by B. F. Keesling, TO HOUSE OWTVKIIS. For putting a horsn In a finobealthj condition try Dr. Cady'6 Condition Powders. They tone up the system, aid digestion, cure losa of appetite relieve constipation, correct kidney disorders and destroy worms, Riving new life to an old overworked horse 25 cents per package. For sale by B. F. Keesling 1 , druggist. The breath of a chronic catarrh patient is often BO offensive that ha becomes an object of disgust. Ater a time ulceratlon seta In, the spongy bones are attacked, and frequently destroyed. A constant source of discomfort is the dripping of the purulent secretions into the throat, sometimes producing inverate bronchitis, which is usually the exciting cause of pulmonary disease. The brilliant results by its ueo for years past properly designate Ely's Cream Balm as by far the best and only cure. Call upon your druggist for it. A Veteran at the Mexican War. OAK HAKBOK, Ohio.—I met George 0. Momeny an old veteran of the Mexican War on the streets today who told we that after reading about Simmons Llrer Regulator he boupht a bottle, and the first three doses gave him Immediate relief.—Geo. Gosline. Your druggist sells it In powder or liquid. The powder to be taken or made Into a tea. •uilT* Fouditloni Dliconnt. 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 ehoei twelve Inches long. Your blood needs regulating. in spring. "Lafeld Cabinet Port" it na- iure'e own blood purifier. Mild and mellow. Price, quarts, |1; pints, 6C oenti.. For wleby W. H. Porter, prescription druggist. 826 Market street, x>g»nsport, Ind. Jfr. J. A. Slirlc* Ottumw.-v, Iowa. Nervous Chills ' indigestion and Run Down System — A Struggle For Life Six Bottles of Hood's Sarsaparllla Makes an Entirely New Man. 'C. I. Hood & Co., I-owell, Mass.: " I ftith to give my experience -with Hood'ft Bttsaparllla, hoping ttatltmay be the mean* of «ome one being benefited as I have been. I n»v» been clerking sinco I was twelve ycarj of tge, and at the ago of twenty-five I broke down tn- tlrtly with indigestion, which caused nervon* chilli. I doctored with the best physicians ton* their treatment failed to Rive me relief and all •aid that it change of climate was all that would save mr, I having fell off From 156 to 12O Pound*. Ono day I noticed an advertisement of Hood'» Sarsaparllla and decided to buy a half donn bottles. After I had taken three bottlei, I began to feel better and grow stronger. Th» chills bnd been broken up and by the time I hid taken six bottles, I was an entirely new nun. Last spring I bought two more bottles for myttlf and wife. It benefited MS greatly. I was th» HOOD'S Sarsaparilla CURES CMS« of the druggist at Delta, where I wi* located previous to ff.y coming hers lor my health, of sclllnccaso aftrrcasoof Hood's Bar. iaparilla. I had a test case and It proved beneficial to others as well as to me." J. A. Simutf. (OS West Second St, Ottumwa, Iowa. Hood's PHIS act easily, yet prompUy utt •nclently, on the liver and bowels. 25c. --; Grot Trlnmpli. Instant relief experienced and permanent euro by the most speedy and greatest remedy in the world—Otto's Cure for lung and throat diseases. Why will you continue to irritate your throat and lungs with that terrible hacking 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 ie now sold la every town and village on this continent. Samples free. Large bottles 50 cents- California Fruit Laxative is nature's own true remedy,. It combines the medicinal virtues of California frultB and plants which are known to have * beneficial effect on the human system. Although harmless to the most delicate constitution it is thorough imfi effective, and will afford a peimanen* cure for habitual constipation and the mtny disorders arising from ft weak or inactive condition of the kidneyt, liver, stomach and bowels. For sale by all druggists at 50 cents a battle. For Over Fifty Yearn Mra. Winslow's Soothing Syrup hat been used for over fifty years by millions of mothers for their children while teething, with perfect succesi. It Boothos the child, softens the gum*, allays all pain, cures wind colic, and Is the beat remedy for diarrhoea. I» will relieve the poor little sufferer immediately. Sold by druggist* in every part of the Vorld. Twenty-flv« cents a bottle. Be sure and ask lor 'Mrs. Window's Soothing Syrup" and take no other kind. GUd Tldtac*. 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. "Royal Bobr" Part Wine. If you are reduced In vitality or strength by illness or any other came, we recommend the use of tb.it Old 1 Port Wine, the very blood of the grape. A grand tonlo for nurilnf mothers, and those reduced by wart- ng disease. It create* •trength; lm>roves the appetite; nature'" ,own •emedy, mud preferable to drugi; guaranteed absolutely pure and over Ive year* of age. Young wine ordU narlly sold Is not fit to use. Insist OD laving this standard brand, it cost* no more, fl In quart bottles. Bot. led by Boyal Wlno Co., Chicago 'or sale by Johnston Bros. Karl'* Clover Boot, the new blood purifier, gives freshness and olearnMt o the complexion and cure* conrtlpa- lon; 860. SOe. and $* SoM by B P.K*e*lln

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