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May 25, 1894

Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 5

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Is largely made up of little things. This is why a Gentleman's Furnishings, Ties, Collars, Cuffs, Shirts and the et ceteras generally, are worthy of some thought and attention. Spring and Summer necessitates an entire renewal in these lines. We invite an inspection of our large stock. NOMINATED, DEWENTER, THE HATTER AND FURNISHER. OBSERVE. There is something about a ready made suit that suggests "shabby genteel." You can avoid all that by having your clot hes made to order at Tucker & Young's, the Pearl St. Tailors. Suits made to order from $20 to $60. Yours Truly, "PUCK." DR. TRUAX, THE SPECIALIST. OVER STATE NATIONAL BANK- Ln^raWSS^^ l adopted ror piMent form of treatment, and . ended BeiSsneeatoffloe. All calls promptly Bl- pDffiST ArHD BEST, AND NOT THE TESTIMONIALS OF PURCHASABLE CHIM15U* DAILY JOURNAL. FRIDAY MORMNG. MAY 25. LaCiroliana. ••Ea»t Lynn" tbe matinee attraction at Dolan'* tomorrow afternoon. Ramember Ben Finher serve* Hunting-ton Ice cream a* well a* pure fruit juices at fountain, only 6 cent* a glass. When down town call at Ben Fish, er's drug (tore and get the best soda water in the city with Huntlngton ice cream, at only 6 cent* a glass. Frank Dlehl ha* traded his Washington town*hip farm to M. J. Robin, ton for re»ldence property on North •treet. Tbe consideration named Is 14,000. The U. B. K. P. decided last evening to turn out on Decoration Day and also on the day of the laying of the corner stone of tbe new High School building. The Northern Indiana Editorial Association will meet in annual con. yantlon thi* year at Spring Fountain Park, Warsaw, Thursday and Friday, June 21*t and 23d. commencement Bxerelara. During the past two nights the pretty theatre hall of St. Joseph's parochial school ha* been Oiled by delighted audiences enjoying tbe exercises attending the annual commencement of that largely attended school. So sucoesiful wa* the enter. tainment Wednesday night that it was repeated last night. The following was tbe program: Commencement Mutch ................................. ...... T. Ktenzberger, L. Hottman, M. Hanson Addreis ............................................. ....J, K»rdes Han<£-L. 'Hoffman'," 'i' , Waiiiattij' M. 6'Doii nell Clta«rn-T. Krauzberger, M. fialldgher. Gultar-M. Bergman. Bow Cltber-M. Hanson. Violin- W. Tanguj. Mandolln«-R. Eallsrd, E. Fitzgerald. Chlmes-L. Keller. CtoruB-"6re«tlngto Spring" ....... .... ........ Wilson Alpengloeokchen— T. Owten. On 176 ........... ..... ................ L. Zolt, L, Keller, E. Fitzgerald The United Workmen— Mlnlrolfl ................... Recitation- -Mnilc on the BappansnnocK,,.,.. .............................. T, Kreuzberger Tablean-Tbe Reicne ot Mosti ................... ™.. ATroublenomeCempanlon-Can't Yon Gao»»7 Duet-Brighten Thought* ........ . ...Thos. Bucket S. Fitzgerald, M. Hawkins. Delsarte EiercHe ............................ loung Ladles Vocal-Tramp and Little Nell ......... ...... L. Stevens llaj pole ................................................ Junior Duet— Lortaplel Overture, Keler, Bela, Op 63.. .......................... C. Bauer, A. walliatb. Drama-ElneTBMe Xaflee ........ .... ................ Dnet-"En Route," Sidney Smith.................. ................ M. Hanion.M. O'Donnell Callis'thenlo Exercise .......................... Sailor Boys TbeNntlona ................. ~ ........................... Senior! 'All Te Nations Praise the Lord"-Chorun. The IHtmorlal Committee Mfeta. The Memorial committee completed their arrangements last evening. The following members of John A. Logan Camp Sons of Veterans were selected by tbe committee to collect and deliver ever green to the chairman of the floral committee. J. Bert Getty chairman. H. B. Tead, G. W. Graves, Jessie Keiser, Benj. Worstell. The above committee will also col« lect the wreathe* deliver them to the rink Wednesday morning. The floral offerings will be at tbe following residences First ward, Mrs. Carew, Linden street; Second ward, Mrs. Dr. Ballard; Third ward, Mrs. Allen Lewis, 216 Burlington Avenue; Fourth ward, Mrs. A. B. Stanton, corner Seventh and Broadway; Fifth ward, Mrs. James Toby, corner Fifteenth and High. Tbe cemmlttee which bad previously been arranged are expected to carry outlhelr work, that Memorial day In Logansport will be one long to be remembered. Let every one make It a special duty to attend the entertainment *nd Ice cream social at the rink on Tuesdav evening, the 29th. J. B. WINTERS. Chairman. F. B. LIVINGSTON, Sec. The postponed matinee meeting of the Driving Association will be held at the driving park this afternoon. Admission only 10 cent*. An attractive program ha* been arranged and some good race* are promised. AN EXCITING CONTENTION AT HAMMOND. After Four Hour* DlicuKlon the Lake Oonntr Delegation 1« (Seated Half and Half and the John«lou Idea of Like and Porter Withdraw -The Entire Remaining Vote Cart for Special to Journal: HAMMOND, Ind., May 24.— 3:40 p. m — Convention assembled at Ball Park at 1 p. m. but has not vet been called to order on account of the delay on the part of the committee on credentials. Three of that committee favor Beating Crown Point delegates while five favor a compromise, giving >alf of Lake county to Landis and lalf to Johnston, Committee on organization decided In favor of W, T. Wilson for permanent chairman. invention will be called In about one hour. Special to Journal: HAMMOND, May 23.— 8 p. m — Convention met at four o'clock. The com' mlttee on credentials by a vote of 5 to 3 reported In favor of seating 15 Lan- dls delegates and 16 Johnston delegates from Lake county. After four hours discussion this was adopted by a vote of 78 to 76. The Lake and Porter delegations then withdrew and the convention adjourned to meet at the opera house at 9:30 tonight LANDIS NOMINATED. HAMMOND Ind., May 24th 10 p. m. — Convention assembled at the opera house at 9:30 pursuant to adjournment, most of the Johnston delegates being absent. The call of counties for nominations was ordered and C. B. Landis and M. L. Iiilok were placed In nomination. Landis [.received the entire vote, 99 of the 183, at follows: Carroll, 22; Cais, 31; White, 18; Lake, 15; Porter, 0; Newton, 6; Jasper,!; Pulaikl, 6; Fulton, 0. That Peru inlclde. Peru Sentinel: Horace G. Cox of this city, was found dead In bed at the National hotel, where he has been boarding for some time past, Tuesday forenoon, about 9 o'clock. He was last' seen alive about 4 o'clock Moo* day afternoon, when he entered tbe hotel office, got a glass of water at tbe water cooler and started up stair* In the direction of his room. An empty envelope entitled "morphine" found on a stand wbiob stood near the bed would Indicate that death had resulted from a self-administered overdose of that drug. Whether or not the morphine was taken with suicidal Intent we can oily surmise. Nothing that deceased said or did throws any light on the subject. Mr. Cox had been mentally deranged for several years prior to his death and bad been an Inmate of the Indianapolis and Loganaport insane asylums during most of the time for the past twelve years until last January, when he was sent home on a leave of ab. sencjlin tbe hope that the change woun benefit him. Coroner Grand. staff held an inquest Tuesday afternoon and found a verdlot in accordance with tbe facts above set out Deceased was 41 years of age and unmarried. Tbe funeral took place from the residence of his stepmother, Mrs. J. D. Cox, on West Third street, yesterday afternoon. Burial In the Eeyburn cemetery. Om» Hubiorlptloni 'The following subscribers to the Citizens Natural Gas Companv "paid up" yesterday: Lawrance Halav, G. F. Kole, Jacob Tusing Mrs. Joseph Matt, Mrs. E. Hager, John Rumboldt, Mrs. T. A. Spry, Chas. Spry, C D. Luce, Jos. P. Rogers, Lincoln Gipe, Chas. Truman, John F. Coulson, Jobn MoCullough, Joseph Leffert, L. 8. Puroell. Mrs. L. S. Deverell, Chas. H. Bcerger, John McJohnston, £. T. Parker, Parker & Johnston, J. H. Relteraelejr, Patrick Grady, Wm. H. Reiner, Jessie Koiser, Prof. F. M. Spraker, Mrs. Sarah Barnes, Jacob Sellers, D. A. Hauk, Andrew Schaefer, J. F. Grable, Eh»s Winter, John Harts, Chas. Laing, John H. Patrick, John M. Ballou. Oh, An! Montloello Herald: The 'Fannie Hill Blondes" who had' a thirty-four dollar bouse here on the llth inst., were refuted the u.ie of the opera house at Rensselaer where the proprietor found out the low nature of the show. _________ Second section of No. 3 passing through here on the Pan Handle at 3 o'clock thi* morning WM an emigrant train, direct from Castle Garden to western point*. There wen about two hundred •migrant* on board. IODB HUE 15 PHUT!'. IMM* of a Penanal Character COB- ••rnlnc fcoganaporler* and Their Prlrad* Rev. B, A. Kroejer was at Peru this week. Rev. L. W. Ratllfl was at Peru this week. Mies Kate Montfort IB visiting at Lafayette. Mra. John Hunter Is visiting at In- dlanbpolts. Mra Thos. Keys of the West Sldo, Is quite 111. Victor Wise returned to Chicago this morning. George Irvln has returned from Indianapolis. ' Mrs. Rauoh is visiting the Stutes- mans at Peru. Mrs Bert Small and children are visiting at Lafayette. Miss Anna Helden Is visiting her sister, Mrs. Andrew Renn at Colehour. Mra. Louis Goodwin of Chicago, in visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. Martin. Mrs. J. H. Reltemeir returned yesterday from a visit with friends at Lafayette. Miss Lou Murphy returned yesterday morning from a visit with Mis* Mama Zern at Peru. It is Frank Mugg, instead of John Mugg, who Is lying critically 111 at his home In Lafayette. George Safford and George Long are at Hamilton, O., called thereto testify In a railway case. J. B. Stanley departed yesterday for New Richmond, Ind., to begin a series of temperance meetings. Conductor and'Mr*. C. W. Gifford are entertaining the former's brother Mr. Oarl Gifford and bride of Tipton. Mrs. Grlsley, mother of Sheriff Homburg, and her daughter, Mrs. Frederick Prangeof Indianapolis, went to Lafayette yesterday. Mr. A. H. Hawes of Chicago, special agent Of the Washington Life Insurance Company, is In the city a few days assisting J. T. Cockburn local agent Camden Expositor: Will Paden, Will Rea and little sister Bay, of Lo- ganiport, were in town Tuesday.... Hiss Dally Gronlnger retuined homa last week from an extended visit among Logansport friends. Badly nixed. The recent death of Mr*. Mary Ann Adam* at North Manchester recall* an iatereiting romance, saye the Warsaw Ind tin tan. Her first husband was Ernsperger, and she had three ohll- oren, two girl* and a boy. Adams and wife were neighbor* of the Ern» spergers. and their children were the same in number, but two of them were boys. They resided in Darke county, 0,, at the same time. By mutual agreement the two husbands traded wives, tbe women being very well pleased to do so. The children were equally divided; the father* choosing the son* and tbe mother* the daughter*. In 1847 Adams moved to Eosclusko county; and later to Miami county. A few years later the Ernsperger family moved to Fulton county. Being near neighbors, the two families (till retained friendly relations as long a* they lived. Alter the death of the second Mr*. Ernsperger, who had been Mrs. Adams, Mis* Ernaperger, then a young lady living with her mother, went back and kept house for her father. While there she took typhoid fever. Her mother, Mrs. Adam*, who bad boon the first Mrs. Ernsperger went to Ernsperger'n and nursed her daughter until she died. Mrs. Adams was the mother of four children by her second husband, Henry Adams. Several members of the peculiarly made up family still reside In Wabash county. A Pleaaant entertainment. The pleasant parlors of the Coleman residence at the corner of Seventh and Market streets were crowded last evening by a delighted audience which manifested Its pleasure by re- flned but enthusiastic applause at the pleasing program presented by the Kings Daughters of Trinity Episcopal church. A delightful musical program was rendered and was followed by an enjoyable presentation of that charming parlor drama, "American Fascination" by a select coterie of the Kings Daughters. The entertainment was in every way a success. A Popular Remedy. The promptness and certainty of Its cure have made Chamberlain's Cough Remedy famous. It is Intended especially for coughs, colds, croup and whooping cough, and Is the most effectual remedy known for the.se dls- eases. Mr. C. B. Main, of Union City, Pa., says: "I have a great sale on Chaimberlaln'e Cough Remedy. 1 warrant every bottle and have never heard of one falling to give entire eat- tofactlon." 50 cent bottle* for sale by B F. Keetlinr. Druggist Bee the Lady of Lyons tonight ' THK SWITCHMEN'S CONVENTION. A spirit of economy ha* developed among the delegates at the switch, men's convention at Evansvllle, and the disposition in favor of retrenchment took shape in a resolution that hereafter the only grand lodge officers will be a grand master, vice grand master and secretary treasurer. The second vice grand master wes dropped. Tbe office of editor and business manager of the official ocean of the aseo. elation was abolished and tbe duties will devolve upon the secretary treasurer. The committee on claims made its report covering over $75,000 disability claims, some of which were passed and some rejected. The Insurance feature was adopted. It makes the matter of Insurance obligatory any trouble or kicking there have been established two classes, A and B. The first class, A, Is for $1,000, and the second class, B, is for $500. There had been more or less criticism on this feature, but It pasted harmoniously on the classification plan. The final arrangements to complete the Monon shops at Lafayette were effected Wednesday evening and the work of building the tame will be commenced at once. Engineer L. L. Truman hauled the convention special to Hammond yesterday thereby combining business with politics. Mr. Truman Is a delegate from the Fifth ward and Is killing two bird * with one shot. Advices received at the local Pan Handle office* state that the damages caused by the recent floods in Pennsylvania have been repaired and the road Is once more prepared to handle all business that la received. The Switchmen's Mutual Aid Asto- elation Wednesday afternoon elected the. following officers: Grand Muter, Mile* W. Barrett of Kansas City; vice grand matter, J. R. Farr of Buffalo, N. Y.; secretary and treasurer, J. M. Murphy of Birmingham, Ala. The grand matter and vice grand master will hereafter draw $200 and $176 per month and pay their own expenses. An official of the Pennsylvania lines say* the earnings for May will be very poor, because of the coal itrlkes which have largely decreased the tonnage in that direction on not only tbe commodities, but general merchandise also. While expenses have been decreased, they are disproportionate to the falling off in gros* receipt*, and a large loss in net earning* will result. The delegates to the convention of the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers proceeded to the election of officers this morning. Grand Chief Arthur holds over, so tbe firtt officer to be chosen was assistant grand chief engineer, and A, B. Youngton of Meadeville, Pa,, was re-elected. T. S. Ingraham wa* chosen first grand engineer or recorder. A resolution was prepared and-aw aits action, re questing the delegate* to suspend judgment on Senator Walsh the author of the bill denounced on Monday. At the afternoon session C. H. Solmon* of Aurora, III., was chosen second grand engineer by virtue of bis office. Mr. Salmon* rbecomes editor of the Brotherhood Journal. Death of HOB. Cha*. G. Cox. Hon. Chas. G. Cox, ex-joint representative of the counties of Cass and Miami, died at bit home in Mexico in the latter county Wednesday evening at 8:30 o'clock, after a lingering illness, aged 67 year*. The funeral will be held at 10 o'clock today from hi* late residence. Low Rate to Indlanapoll* Via Vem»- •ylTanla blue*. June 4 and 5, excursion tickets to Indianapolis account Grand Lodge K. of P., will be sold at one fare for round trip from ticket stations in Indiana; valid returning until June 6, Inclusive. For rates, time of train* and any desired information please apply to Pennsylvania line nearest ticket agent. ADDITION.** LOCAL*. Mr. and Mrs. Robt Wayne in "Tb* Lady of Lyons" tonight. Wanted— Girl to do general OOUM-. work. Good wage*. Addresa "Bt"" this office. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wayne company delighted another good alM& audience at Dolan's taut night'- Th*> bill was that delightful society drawn, "La Belle Marie." and the absorbing stage etory was told In its intensity by this excellent company. Tonight'** attraction is a special society bin, Bulwer Lytton's great dram*, "Thft» Lady of Lyons," which will beprd* genled with all possible regard for gcenio effects and with costumes* accessories minutely accurate. Mra. Wayne will appear aa "Pauline. 1 " aod Mr Wayne, as "Claud Melnotte,"* Tomorrow matinee. East Lynn. Ijaac Wldoor, an old fisherman near- Patton, met with a peculiar accident, a few days ago, wblcb is thus relate* by tbe Delphi Times: "The old f«*> tlenoan bad erected a scaffold on wkMBk to stand while fishing. 3e had a large* fish on tbe book and in »he struggle* and excitement of landing him, rolled his footing and fell on tht. roekt. about ten feet below. One hip wa*. broken and ha received Internal irfci- rlee, the extent of which are unknown* To add to hi* misery no one was n**ur- and he wag forced to lay in tbe boilln*» hoi sun for five long hours. B* waav discovered by one of the Cowen boyfc who took him to hi* home where h« it* ttiil In a critical condition. 1 ' World'* Colombian Export*** Will be of valut o the world by ll~ lustratlng the improvement* In th*» mechanical arts and eminent pbyil» c' an* will tell you that the prognM.., in medicinal agents, has been of eou*k importance, and tea utrengenlng la*~ tlve that Syrup of Figs. Is far in •&> vance of all others WUdom Tooth of a Mammoth. A fossil curiosity in the shape of Ik mammoth'* tooth w»s found a *»w days ago in West Seattle. The toothi was found at tbe foot of the bluft not far from the beach, and wa* covered with clay at the time, indicating that it had been unearthed by the breaking)away of the hill. The crown of th* tooth, which was of. an oval ahap*» manured seven and one-half inches to it* largest diameter, three and one-halt inches in it» smallest diameter, and eighteen inches in circumference. Th* posterior edge of the tooth waa fowt inches in length, the anterior edge alx inches, the largest circumference- twenty-two inches, and the weight nine and one-half pounds. It it supposed to be the lower back tooth from. the left side of the jaw. The ridg**' have turned to chalcedony, and extend entirely throug-h the tooth, while th* material between bat the appearance of iron.— Seattle Pott-Intelligencer. li« WM Bound to MOT* It happened on the Fifth arena* cable-line near Oakland. "Take my seat, madam," heTsatoV courteously, as he rose with a graceful bow. "O, don't let me deprive you of it,' she replied. "I can stand." "But, I insist upon it, madam," hft added, politely, and she sat down. ' When the gallant youth had secured a strap ntar the door, an acquaintance hanging to one adjoining, remarked: "Yon seemed to have a little difficulty in getting- her to take yonrseat."' "Yes; but I was determined to give. it up. I had sat directly opposite thafc stove all the way from East Liberty and was about roaated."— Pittobnrg; Telegraph. _ Juit One. Bary Tone— Have you beard any comments on my singing at the concert last night? -1 His True Friend— Yes; one gentle man who sat behind me said it reminded him of Wobater's dictionary — "a large volume in calf."— Arkansaw T* Modern MUtrfcu. Fair Guest — My goodness! This roonv looks like a prison cell. What is it for? Hostess— That is to lock myself in. whan I scold the cook.— N. Y. Weekly. —Never mind where you work; let your care be for tbe work itself.— Spurgeon. —Dupont's powder mil Is, in Wilmington, Del., are furnished with hinged roofs, so that in case ot explosion th* damage will be minimized. OflLL ON CURL I KELLER FOR Fine Tailoring. 311 MflRKBT STRBBT. * ,",i

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