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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 5

Logansport, Indiana
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Tuesday, September 8, 1896
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IKlf^l Up=to=Date Styles Fall and Winter. DEWENTER, The HATTER And FURNISHER UP=TO=DATE TAILORING. POPULAR PRICES. That'" rie--My Fall Woolens are ready for inspection. Can't I show you through. H. Q. TUCKER, The Original Pearl Street Tailor. Rob Roy. Rob Roy, The very latest in SHOES for children, Seeourshow windows Full ol the handsomest new stJe shoes ever shown in the city. : Stevenson & KHnsick 403 Broadway. THE FIRS! nATlONAL BANK -OK- LOGANSPORT. . . INDIANA. CAPITAL f 250,000. A. J. Murdoch, Prei. W. W. ROM, Cart. j. r. Brookmeyer. Ant. Cash. DIRECTORS: I 8 Bice. V. H. Brlngimrat, f.J MS<X>«. W^ELvl 8. K Ysntls, f- M. Hanrood, n. ,. »«mi», w T wuson. Banking In al. Its Departments promptly and StocUhoW.n, DAILY JOURNAL "TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER, 8, isoc, Mocha nnd Java, coffees at J. J. R-'s. Fay yoar Natural gas bills, before September. 10th- Halleck Zlnn of the Vandalla offices, TYQS here Sunday. 50 dozen Imported embroidered aprons at 50c on the dollar-Trade Palace. Dr. C. L. Thomas operated, successfully Sunday for cataract of the eye, on M. A. Waugh, of DeLong. Wanted-To buy n safe family horsi?, , must be sound; no fancy price paid. Call at this office for particulars. Chftuncey Abbott has been appointed neftd : bookkeeper'and assistant', chief clerk at the Panhandle M. of W. office. You need. Hood's. SarsaparlUa to enrich and purify your blood, create an appetite:'and give sweet, refreshing Bleep. The funeral of'the late .Clyde Barnhart,'son of .George Barnbnrt, was held Sunday at the residence In Adams township. . /Miss Hettlc Elliott entertained at her home on -North street Saturday .evening In lionor of Miss • Hnrriett •Brake, of Chicago; "'Miss Kate Parish, who represents the city In the Chicago Chronicle contest, is now sixteenth In the list of .contestants, Laving moTCd tip nine-places in the last few days-. Harry Frank will'occupy the room three doors north of his former' loca r tion, formerly, occupied by the Sterling, for a few days, anil again requests all those owing'him to settle" by cash or n'oto as all accounts, mu's't,positively be closed' at-once. '• •"•" ."" '•''" "".," •Htintington .Herald: The Erie Mc- Kiriley Club's banner, which spans the street In front of'-the Democrat office and is also In "close" proximity to the Morning, News'; office'! said hTeitlzcn to tKe -Herald",' /.today, ."Is 'a; constant source, of worry-to' the'numerous editors of those sheets. .This • Is why so much ..whining -Is'."done "dyer there. As long-as,-, that bannerols lip, the editors" cnn't'keep-thelr mlnds ; off the fact ,, c that railway people,' from section men 'to superintendents, are for McKInley." Republican Meetings. Republican speaklngswill be held at the following places in Cass county: Wednesday evening, Sept. 0, Center school house, Noble township, Geo. W. Walters/ Wednesday evening, Sept, 0, 7:30 o'clock, Palmer's school house, Washington township, Q. A. Myers. Thursday evening, Sept. 10, Onward, Q. A. Myers. Thursday evening, Sept. 10, Crltten- den, Deer Creek township, W. T. Wilson. Saturday evening, Sept. 12, Wintergreen school house, Adams township, Mayor George P. McKee, George Gamble. Saturday evening, Sept. 12, Oallo- way school house, Q. A. Myt-rs. Monday evening; Sept. 14, Metea, Geo. W. Steele, W. T. Wilson, J. G. Meek. Tuesday evening, Sept. 15, Young America, Geo. W. Steele, W. T. Wilson, J. B. Smith. " • •; Wednesday evening,. Sept; 16, Galveston, Geo. W. Steele, D. 0. Justice, E. B. McConnelL Thursday evening, Sept. 17, Walton, Geo. W. Steele, D. B. McConnell, Claud Bishop. Friday evening, Sept. 18, Center school house, Washington township, Geo. W. Steele, D. C. Justice, Geo. Walters. Saturday evening, Sept 19, Twelve Mile,'Geo. W. Steele, Geo. Funk, Mayor McKee. Monday evening, Sept 21, Waverly, Geo. W. Steele, S. T. McConnell, Mayor McKe;e. i ,. Tuesday evening, Sept. 22, Clymers, Geo. W. Steele, D. C. Justice, W. T. Wilson. Wednesday; evening, Sept 23, West Sand Ridge school house, Noble township, Geo. W. Steele, Col. Cromer, Frank Swlgart. Thursday evening, Sept. 24, Lucerne, Geo. W. Steele, Q. A. Myers, Geo. Funk. ; . • Friday ^evening, Sept. 25, Calloway school bouse', Jefferson township, Geo, W. Steele, S. T. McConnell, Frank Swlgart. Saturday evening, Sept. 20, Royal Center, Geo. .W. Steele. Q. A, Myers, D. B. McConnell. ., AGAINST DR. TRUAX. Lafayette Courier: The State convention of the Unlversallst church, just closed at McCordsville, decided the controversy that 1ms existed In the local organization. It will sc remem- bt-roil that there was a division not long ago, two branches springing up in the church on Ninth street, all because of the pastor, Dr. Truax. Older members objected to the Doctor, and a row was Imminent. For n while he seemed to triumph, but the other and older branch won the victory. At Mc- Cordsville, by a vote of 50 ,to 1, the convention declared Dr. Trunx's church''invalid, sustaining the claim of the old faction. The minister mentioned is a former LoKiinsport citizen'. ; A FIRST OI/ASS ORCHESTRA. Those who heard Stelnhart's orches : tra at the park Sunday afternoon are decided in their praises of Its work. The organization' Is prepared with 'new and popular and also classic music, to please any audience that may assemble during the season at Dolan's opera house. The program Sunday afternoon was a varied one, and was thoroughly enjoyed. The second appearance of the orchestra for the season was at the dance of the Eastend Pleasure club last night at Dolan and MeHale's hall. Will Start In the Fretf-For-AH Pace at Hiintingto>n. ... ! The great pacer, Coleridge*;-.was shipped to Hnntlnjrton Inst,night,, and. will start In the free-for-all pace there next Saturday. Thore Is a rich p'ursjcv for these times, hung up for the 'pace} 1 * nt that city. The winner gets a big' slice of the four-hundred-purse, nnd ill- the track record of 2:00% is lowered, nn extra $100 will be added. Coleridge: Is tlio horse that cnn do it, nud as. he. is in due condition now,., there Is. no.'reason to doubt that he .will pull down, that extra hundred'. John E-astey, >yl?o hns had n string of horses In training- at the driving park all season, : and wljo. .is one of the best horsemen.. ,ln. tip: country, will accompany Coleridge-. through the Fall campaign, and, will; hhve the care of the grout- horse.-' George Caster will of course drive him:, and the combination wll: prove. ;;a; strong one. . • r- , ' John Ferguson is at Laporte, wJieiJG: he is attending the trial of the suit for; possession of the horse, Gold Medium, 1 . 1 over which there has boon so much trouble. The horse is at the driving. park, and is guarded night and,,"day,. Charley Ferguson being on guard In. comfortable quarters In the" next stitll 1 ; lo that occupied by the liorso. Tlie' trial of the case will not be fl'nishejd 1 before tomorrow. . . ; • John Anderson drove to KoU'onjo yesterday morning, taking a colt which John Eastey hns had in training, lipiiic to Ills owner, Henry Achey, a business man of that city. The colt is a good: one and has shown miles In 2:24 and-slightly better, with only a few weeks handling. _ . ; TALKS TO Dr. McNurray of University of Chicago, Lectures Here. ' | The teachers of the city, sixty of, them, were present yesterday mornlujg at the High school building when tlie, conference of teachers opened. Dr.' C. A. McMnrrny, a young professor of the progressive corps of 1 • tl|o famed University of Chicago; "wns; present, and talked in the forenoon on. "The Common School Course as .n. Means to the Aim in Educntlon; Classes of Studies and their Relation to one Another." ., j Dr. MeMurray Is described as one of the easiest talkers, nnd the most readily followed, that has ever addressed the teachers of the city or county. He talks'always to the point, and' 'those' who attended In the forenoon, and not a member of the corps was absent, were there on time in the afternoon, because they felt that they would profit by listening to the Chicago educator. In the afternoon they, heard a discussion of "Classes of Studies and their Relative Value." ; j : The conference will close rather early this afternoon, as the eminent, professor wishes to catch a train for Chicago. This morning the topic-will be "Instruction, (Apperception, Inte*est, Attention.)" i ' •'" : j After dinner the lecture will be on 'Induction and Deduction, with 'Application to Recitation Work." - < There will be ronny present •' thlp morning outside the ranks of city Iil- structors. The excellence of the fldj- dresses has been made known through those who have been so fortunate afe to hear those of yesterday, and muc|i Interest has been awakened. • ' : j. ATTENTION H ARCHERS; || The" Republican Marching (fluft Will Meet to Drill Tonight.; j There will be a meeting. : of the Moj- Kinley Marching organization .tonight nt the rink, nt which all those who arj; already members, and those wishing to join are urged to be present. The puiv pose of the meeting is the preliminary drilling of the marchers .for .duty In the campaign, wben.Lognnsport.is {to be represented In big rallies-.In..the neighborhood or hero at home. It is very important that all be on hand nnd join in the drill, as the club must make a good appearance. Lot all turn out and drill. . •-' \ SENT IT TO HIS MOTHER IN GERMANY. . " \ Mr, Jacob Esbensen, who is In the, employ of the Chicago Lumber Co., -at DCS Moiucs, Iowa; says: "I have.jusij sent some medicine back to my motheB In the old country, that I know froni personal use to be the best medicine Iii the world for rheumatism;- having used it .ill my family for several .years..- It W called Chamberlain's Pain Balm. ,-It; always does the work." 00 cent., hot: ties for sale by B. F. Keesling, . driifj- gist. \ , ^ . •'........., -.-'• I Charles McCabe of Market street; JsJ suffering with a severe carb.uncle^nj his ear. .. •••.•••. •••., • Julius Wagner, and his force of-cigai; makers ore down, the Wabash\.-rJwil fishing?. They will •r-eUirn.todaj;./, ^ ' Extra Strong, Heavy Pants = •- - 25^. Extra Well Made Pants - - - - 25^ Made From Remnants 25 cents for Boys' Knee Pants —Heavy and tough. Beal va!ue B 50 and 75 cents. Only 250 pair Just the thing for school. OTTO KRAUS "Of Course'* DOWN TO ZERO Hopes, of Cincinnati Rooters for a , Chance at Second Place. ..•',, THJEY ALL SPLIT EVEN Except Baltimore Who Got Three ' —Baseball Notes. There 'Is-'not much hope left in the 'Cincinnati rooters that Mr. Brush's 'men' will be able to finish inside the TenipIe'Cup money. The fact that tle'velarid broke even with Boston yesterday, and the Brushers were not able 'to do'-bettor than that with the Bridegrooms, has destroyed what little bit of hope there was in the Cincinnati players; >nnd .the nine points they are ahead will not .count for much when 1;he-;<}lcvjolands begin their series at home Wednesday. St. Louis is sched-. uled for il'ifc'e games, then Chicago for three, and then the three games with lire" Cinciunatis on the Cleveland 'groiiuflts:' : There are some postponed •games to' play and Cleveland has the advantage of being able to play them at ho.me. "in 'the games' yesterday all the clubs from the West "were generous enough 'tb'-divi'de with their Eastern rivals, with the result that the per centages were scaled nil along the line, without making much difference in the standing, with the exception of Philadelphia and Baltimore. The latter club vvou three straights from Louisville, and Chicago was beaten nt.Philadel- •pliin;' there being but one game played tfterbv Following are the scores of the' 'games: MORNING GAMES. "'•kt Boston— Cleveland 4, Boston 10. Batteries: Cuppy, Wallace and Zim- meT; McAllister, Nichols and Gnnzel. ''At' Baltimore— Louisville 3, .Bnlcl- nfire 4, At New York-Pittsburg 2, Now 1 '"Xt Brooklyn—Cincinnati 1, Brook- '•'A? Washington—St. Louis 6, Washington 2.' "• AFTERNOON GAMES. : 'i'f ; Boston—Cleveland 3, Boston 2. ' and ZImmer; Klobendanz. and . At B'nltl'mpre— (First game) Louls- Yille'l, Baltimore 9. (Second game) •Louis' vllKY i; Baltimore 12. York-PIttsburg .2,. New At Brooklyn—Cincinnati 3, Brook- '-"J& Washington—St. Louis 1, Washington il: ' "-•' ;:,.'... - At rhlia'delp'hia-Chicago y;. Philadelphia 10. -.' ' ' "'.Tlie wonderful Mr: Klobendanz, who •lirfS-pitched some six or seven.games M-Bost'on/and won all of them up to Vest'erd.iy, wns at last taken into camp : by tlVo'Spiders. The score was very -cios'e"and r buVs'ix hits were made off ttic'youirg man. . . • ''••ST.XNDI'NG OF THE OLUBS. BaitilSbre ~..... SO 34 .702 eincrnnaw :('•:;.•'.;..'..72. 44 .021 Clevein'nci'..:,.... .71 45 .012 : Bb»:;? v :V 07 ' B2--' .563 y^ii ic'i'tro** i,...... • > • C'.* *w ,,. '•••*••'•*• Pkts^u'i'g' .;...' 02 r>2 ' .544 Thiliidelphla '''. 57 r.O , .491 , • c i •_!• ''."> ••' '• tay> (i(y • •• liT 7 * New' York *>'* »j*-\ ' v ". 'BrooTtlyii'"•'•'•••-,• ...54 02'",' :4G6 Washington 47 07' -412 ' '' i ''• ' "''• * ir x SI 308 Lo^fs-v'ilie'.'....... .20 Si?' 1 ' .254 , ,... ..T.HERE WAS NO CROWD. :.Tlie-Ganie Yesterday Afternoon With •i-.-. !':.the North Manchester Team •• ••:• : Wns: 'Not Played. '. •.••'.•>'• . . i'lThore'-wasito have been a game of .ball--yesterday atfcrnoon. Tlie North Manchester team was here nnd' It was •thought that as it was Labor Day, and theee -were many who had a half- hqJAday, a.good crowd would' be out ,to ;1 ««ltnesB.the .game, .especially as the yjsJtorS' i pave ; the home team such a ; ygh.t.squeeze to win Sunday afternoon. 1 B.uW the-crowd failed to materlaliise .nntl-Jmt seven .tickets were sold. It •was decided -that-no game would be played, so-Um-tenm left the field. It loo^;as tlrongh base ball was dead for thje^eason'. i The 'game Sunday was poorly.-nttendcd, and though the two RACES AT DRIVING PARK SEPTEMBER 15, »<*. 17, 18$3,000.00 in Premiums. ARE YOU READY? School will soon open. Start the children out in good shape. Let us attend to their footwear. We can do it-do it right too. We have a big line of school shoes that for style,.fit,.durability and price cannot be equalled- Kangaroo calf, oil" grain, bright grain, Dongola nnd Calf skin school shoee, 7!5e, SSc, aud $1.25. 'We warrant our goods. Get a ruler and writing pad free with e.ich pair. E. M. Walden & Company, 315 Fourth Street. teams put up a very good article of ball, they could not draw a crowd on the week day. At the Sunday game. there were about two hundred paid admissions, which will barely let the management out whole. Following Is the score of Sunday's game: Boston Lights AB'B H PO A E Shaver, ss... ..... 5002 3 : 1 SUtts, 2b ........ 521 3 21 Stemler, c'f ...... .-421 1 00 Lyen, p ..... ..... 312 3 00 Courtney, Ib ..... 501 0 11 Hazel, J., 3b ...... 5. 0 0 3 20 Kisllng If ........ 410 1 00 Brown, C., rf ..... 310 1 00 Hazel, D., C ...... 300.6 2 J Totals ...... '. ---- 37 7 No. Manchester AB R Lyons, 2b ....... 4 1 Brown, S., ss ....4 0 Arthur, If ....... 4 0 Boucher, 3b ..... 4 0 Denchford, p ....3 0 Binder, c ........ 4 1 Mills, Ib ........ 4 0 Krisher, cf ...... 4 1 Shenifleld, 1 rf ....4 0 5 27 10 4 H PO A E 0 1 1 2 5 2 3 1 1 2 00 1 1 3 1 0 0 2 0 1 10 Ofty 1.10 0 ;.0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 Totals ...35 3 6 27 13 4 Score by Innings: Boston Lights ...110032000-7 No. Manchester .00000110 1-3 Earned runs— Boston Lights, 1; two- base hits-Binder, Courtney; three- base hlts-Statts, S. Brown; passed balls— Binder 3, Hazel 1; base on balls —off Denchford 5; struck out— by Lyen 5, by Denchford 7; time of game— 2:10; umpire, Mr. Johnston; attendance 200. WINNERS DEFEAT ORIENTALS. The Winners defeated the Orientals in a one-sided game at the park Sunday morning. The score in the seventh inning wns 27 to 9, nnd the Winners were at bnt, with seven scores for the inning, and no one out. The Orientals left the diamond at this point, in deep disgust. . , ' The feature of the game wns the work of Harry .Tones, pitcher for the Winners. He not only struck out fourteen pen, but made six hits in six times at bnt. SUNDAY SCHOOL CONVENTION. The Bethlehem Sunday school will hold a convention at the Fair View church, on the afternoon and evening of September 20. The afternoon session will begin at 2 o'clock and tfie evening will begin at 7:30 o'cloclj. Following are the topic's which will be discussed. 1 "How to have a Successful Sunday School, Superintendent's part," J. W. Redd. "Teacher's part," E. Merritu "Scholar's part," Miss Cathcnrt, "Pnrent's part," A. A, Cover. Evening Session.—"Influence of the Sunday School out of Church,"!. A. Kinnnman, followed by J. W. Kreider. JEBOME SMITH, P. T. i STATE NATIONAL BANK LOOANSPOBT. IND. 3ftPl'tflL ' '•'• S2OO.OO6 J. F. Johnson, PrcdAant. 8. W. Cilery, Vlc« Pwaldent • EL J. Heltbdnk, Cubler. DIRBCTOBS. ..... i. r. Johnson. B. W. Ollery; J.-T. BHlOtt, W. M. EHlott. W. H. Snider. Buy and •*'! Government bonds. Honey «n penwnal pecwlty and collnter- I!B Isiue special certificate* of deponti lnx t p«r cent Jnterert -when left oo« " 1 per cent, per annum when dopM- nnted at from V to US r«r **•*• CHAS. L. WOLL, :-: UNDERTAKFR ••• 'Nw. 4W MMk«t g ftft- . Call* attended to pro* i»tl7. tor < . "Cen ntra! Union and Mutual t;lephon««. Office, No. It; Rertdeac*. No. IB. KROEGER & STRAIN, Undertakers fcEmbalmers. 610 BBOADWAY. COST OF KEEPING UP, sState Prison South Costs L**xt Per Capita, ' The quarterly bulletin just issued^by the Board of State Charities, glvestfce cost for maintenance of all'the charitable and correctional institutions '-of the State for the first nine monttis of the fiscial year, ending October 1st, 1S9C. The |gross cost, per capita of these institutions is ns follows: Central Hospiial for Insane $125.89 Northern Hospital for Insane.. lll.li E-astern Hospital for Insane.".. 14L07 Southern Hospitnl for Insane.. 130.D* Soldiers and Sailors Orphans Home' l 22 -^ 1 Institution for Deaf 1CC.86 institution for Blind ~ 16&22 School tor Feeble Minded 121.17 Beform School for Girls and Women's Prison H3.C2 Eeform School for Boj-s....... S6.00 Indiana State Prison North SC-30 Indiana State Prison South.... 77,TS By the above figures it will be seen, that tie State Prison South hhs cost the State less per capita than any public institution.' . ' The official score cards of the racee will be published.by M. P: Scdam anS P. C, Powell. The PrivinR nsociatlott has (trnnted the privilefie to these gen- JLlemen. they being the lowest bidders. I

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