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Logansport, Indiana
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Tuesday, July 14, 1896
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'^ Dunlap's . .. Celebrated HatS. Silk, Stiff and Soft. ^— Spring Styles.' DEWENTER The Hatter and Furnisher. A STATE LEAGUE Best and Cheapest. FOOTWEAR In Town at Stevenson & Klinslck, 403 Broadway. L.G.PATTERSON Has opened a, Fire and Accident Insurance office at 410 Broadway, up stairs, and JoScIU a share of the public patronage. None but First Class Companies Bepre- •cntid. THE FIKSF NATIONAL BANK -OK- LOGANSPORT. . . INDIANA CAPITAL S25O.OOO. , A. J. Murdock. Pn». W. W. BOM, C*»b. J. F. Brookmeyer, Ai»t. Ca»h. . «. 3. Bice, ». J. MDTOOCI, B. 5 lanUs, n. M. mmiw D1BKCTOBS: W. B. Brtnghnm, .Dennis Otl. '• *• Hwwood, w .i. -wuion.. 'Ba'nkinB In al> Its Departments promptly * to Cuatomora and Stockholder* R««erv« Fund maintained. • Free! Free! Free! We will Give away this week one hundred Sample boxes >f Bragg's Blood, Nerve, Liver and Kidney Capsules. Call and get a sample, B. F. Keesling Druggist. DAILY JOURNAL. TUESDAY, JULY 14, 180C.' AIMton Seaigraves Is sick. Subscribe for the Journal, 40 ceoti per month. ; Hammocks at your own price at Geo. Harrison's. Ijadtefl, we pay our boy by the week, It don't cost tis-a. cent more whether your shoes are rusty, neat or tidy.—Otto, of Course. A thtof entered'the building of the old electric light company, Saturday and carrta! »wny 130 • incandescent lamps. It .ha claimed that tlie tbk'C Is known, Anderson and Ft Wayne have been given notice by the biet-erlch syndicate of a ten per cent, raise to tlie gas rates for onext year. .Logonsport Is protected by an ordinance against such a raise. Awarded Highest Honor*—World's Fair. •DR; •f_ MOST PERFECT MADE. » vwt Graj* Cream of Tartar Powder.- Fret . f » Ammania, Alum or «ny other adulterint 40 Years the Standwd. One Will be Organized This Week. First Game Will be With Kokomo at Logansport. Cleveland Loses With Cuppy in the Box. Before the week is out It Is altogether probable 'that tihe.ro will- have been formed, and that it will be in fnlj swLtip, a six-club Slate league, to Jn. elude the cities of Logansport, Kokomo, El'wood, Anderson, Couinersvtlle and RashviUc. All of t.liese cities have fl.i-st-class clubs in the field, and all have enclosed grounds. Four at least can l>Iay Sunday IxiJl and with the prent advantage of having- all of. the clnlis almost cu) the one line of railroad, thus cuttles travelling exjwiwes to the mini mum, it Is all but cc.rta.in ttmt sucli a league wlill prove a su^ess. There are moving spirits behind the scheme. Indianapolis parties hsivc had such a league in view for some weeks and the sentiment has clirj-stnlllxod 1 in to action. A ineeting- of represealatives of the cities mentioned will be held iu tills city this week and the organization will be effected. If t'lte present plans do not miscarry, tlw? opening game mi- dor the new arrangement fov Lognns- IKki't will be at home next Sunday with Kokoiiio; 'The' .Tmirniil advocated : tlie foiinatiow of suoh a league early In the season, aud U belJeves tlui.t under the management whieh.it Is all but certain will control a six . or e'ght- week season can yet be played with '-profit to all' concerned. The ball-loving public will take kindly to it for.Tnaay reasons. First, It. will provide clubs' .which wHl be inore evenly matched and Uie play .will therefore be strong. No more hlMwdroroe exhibitions sue!) as there were In the two games with Oxford. . Second, there will be a pennant to play for.and Logansport serves notice here and now it will float over the grand stand at Spencer park at the end of the season, ." NEW MANAGER'CHOSEN'. At a meeting of-the' directors-of ijiu T.ogiinspoi't club, held last n.lght, Ohas. Smith 'resigned t't'07ii tlie maunscninent tuid M. A. Ryan was chosen In his stwid with A. B, Dodcl as 'assistsni and John Sancrs as secretary. THE NATIONAL LEAGUE. His 'First Game in Many Woefos.—Cleveland lit Third I'lact;. Cleveland lost to Now York yosto-r- d.'iy, wi.th Cuppy In the box. ' II Is the lirst game "Lititle George" Juis lost for sonic weeks'and the tough part of it: Is that it was lost to -those lazy'dogs of giants, who are not play log ball at all this season, having all they can do to hoM fourtii position from' Mie bottom. Cincinnati won. as usual, and now has .(ISO per cent, to her credit Following arc tho -scores of the games yesterday: At Cleveland—New York fi, Cleveland 2. ijFivfi inn-Ings.) At Cincinnati—Brooklyn fi,'Cincinnati At Louisville—Baltimore 12, Louls- ville'5. : •'•'.'• '••''.' At St'M-oiils—Washington 4, St. Louis. At CTifttigo— PliHadblplihi ,8, Chlcag'.i '•••-. - ' ...'. STANDING OF, THE CLUBS. 0. Clubs '' Won Oinclmiatl ,.. ...'. .51' Baltimore ...4<T Cleveland .44 . Ihicnpo :'.';.':-. > .'..>V.-41. •' Pltt-sburg .........37- Brooklyn c'. .'.34. ; Washington , ...31 ilndelpWa,-...--.'.'.'33 New-York ....,.:..28 . St. Louis 19 Louisville 10 Lost Per Ct. -24 23 23 .29 . 35 32 38 35 38 .39 '54 50 .080 .«(>" .6r»7 .579 .539 .530 .472 .409 :.46d .418. .2BO .242 DTGKElf-GOBS Enthusiasm Floated About Last Night. ;•• •' .• •-• ' •(•• ,•••.' But No One Seemed Anxious to Lay Hold of the;"Critter." Gold Democrats . Whipped Into. . Line by the Party.'Ljnsh. Half a pross of roman candles -ami a dozen sticks of 'red fti-e/fpir.flie exclusive use of ."Red ' Elre^Haiiuvvqlt,, the M'lHtary biiiHl, H. dr.un;i-. corps .and,, at a liberal ertlinitvte flfijvboys >aud fifteen .in«] iformed a procession 'whk-h: started the great iutlficatioa' : rewUii£-'to sbo^ the admliraHoji of Ciiss 1 . (•o«!itj;''Pi'jno- craihs for a Populist ticUetjliomlnalwl at a Mjipoisod-to-bo.p^uwcrailk-. convention at Oh'ittiRO last.weei.;.:,' It was a chilly procession -which- followed tho lead of •^tnifdr" Fred Dyke- ina.n, It marched frora'tho^ja-rps offiw to Broadway, tliouc?' ' t'g;,if'|;:vrl s:roet. to Market, 4t> Secoud r ..to^BXbftdway, to Fourth ami eimled at- the? starting point. A.UI extire.me'ly llibera-1'iestlrnaie put. the erow.cl hi the stro^f'-lrt-fom- hundred.- The sana.ll boy with' tflie-'stiib .ends of the Iwlf-Kross of rowan. caiiwileis'>vflS In the tJrtckBSt. of It a,nd l^J'nclwlcdJn. the SPFBpjIiNJECKWEAR, . SPRING OVERCOATS. count. To the small. boy ; ..Mooi;;5 the. Ivoiior of taking ,'fliu.l'rost off the pve-. luminary nioetl'inpr, -In-Ayilweh such ^veil- known orators -as "Your Undo Ben" LoutlMtai. U>* venerable''' Major' Me- FadLn, J. W. McGreev.v aud .Frank Klstler talked nffa'inst.tiuie. : while wait; iiiK the airi'Lvul c*C tlie^Va-udaUn train, from Hid north -which"^vas'-to bring the Hon. .Tolui B. Sh>1T. : 'of Sonth--Beml/ George BnrMia.rt'. also; ;mo-u-ntcd _ the store box to'-front, o'f..the Pharos office to expound the '.'p^spel .of, ^Democracy' and free silver to-tlie-populace.-but the populace -had .waned.-. .-Cruel Wa.ek clouds gathered thickly .'In-the west'and- whlle K,lyH<.'r was st-Ill-h'aiitfiwr to W- 9 ; peroira-ttou a few'scattering drops lit in- the.wide ga.ps iwtwecn fl.i'e.hearers and. KLsrler wound up. to a,sepre-pi; tlw faithful, th« .baiwl andVtiie .drum, corps... When Biirkhart mounted tliestiunp.the, band a.nd the drum eorp*-were still on duty, but l)efoic'' : hte"voice lind'-Katoed- tih-o• ninxtnmim 'of Us',spee,d,.'the draw corps was.left alone iiijiosses's'Spn of the Hold, with the speaker,-/J-'hisi it_ yv-as suggested that an adjournment to tho court room was"the'proper thing, and tlie band was culled back while -tire- crowd 'waited' for Mr: : Stoll. •" 7 •- • j '•• The speaker of the evening finally a.r; nived and when he entered, the court roo.rn.oin of •&):« "maeiilllcen't concou-rsa" of Democrats which '.bad,-thronged ,th'n sin-eats to lienr -the 1 . locaL-orators. '.less- tluin two iMindred feinnineu";'arid ful;iy •twenty per ceiit.-0-f th.osc 'were-Ilepubll^ cnn«; Mr.' Sloll U tflrorou^hty. In^'f 11 ^' on the silver... (juesKiion' .im'tL makes.; a' forcible .argument.,, .. : He,.does not,- ho\v-v ever, fall to remind, flie peaple .of, the, "plu'toc.i : at.s" and "money sharks" wh'.eh are "siKsktuR thc'tr [flic .'pooj'ift'sj Kite bfood," and to'fiaU..wh'(^-&ein-in step- tortao tones.to •"•rls-e.-ln^their. might .nad wipe from tliC"fn'ceJ-ofr. the.: earth :tlits" money power which jg' Inaktag the rich richer and tlie .poor /poorer." His argument was plausible*/'and 1 will po doubt !mvo Its.'effect.on. those who. will Ifetc-n to but.,<jne.Plde'oi:, ; thc.(iuestlo l n^ He referred to t;h'e '.'ciimtvo.f '73'' and JOS. Q. GRACE WILL SELL YOU A SPRING SUIT TODAY -FOR LESS MONEY -; \i^THAN ANY OTHER CLOTHIER :t IN LOGANSPORT. ; .• • • ,'fti*;; •:•••• IllNE GOflPLETE, Biiy a Lougley Hat and be up to Date • 426 Broadway. P S If you want a Tailor Made Suit don'tjfor- my line of the Celebrated Stein Block Clothing; _ called upon all goort'Dfomocrats -to wit-.. iK«s tliat it- vas'"'aa]' ; assassluatiou of; the nionoy of'tJic'c-qn'stltiiflon' 1 and ' that-, they, the "chosen of ..God's "peoiil.c>,'',were, ri?ouiirod to restO'i-e.-the-ooiiuu-j'..^. tbe- samc strife of pvospei:H-y Jii,,wh.ich they.; found It four ye!ii-s.:asa.. when: Ben ja-' mi.n H-airlsmi to' Id cJoAwHilie 1 reins of. ftoveniliiient., after '-nn-f ndnianl.stnitlon, w)»lch .«ta nds as >l bontimf'^f 'WiJrT years • of Kcpnblicam f\\\f f ._. He "y.eiij'- 1 conven- Iftntly slid over tlfe,q.u-is ; Joii,,o-i' the tar- ( in'. He artnvitted:tbatL-foiir..juon.tlis ajrtr; tihe 'Domocratw h-ad--'BOt •tlie-.lwist-hopii of iilwflrijr a Presldeiitv'i'or-lt. -was tlien nndei-stdofl that -tto would be the tariff.'" crat is Hiere iu t.he; ; la!ud,.that likt;s the record of his ixi.rtyi.onsthertai'ilrt?. Buf iww. -the speaker ..drt).«7(>d,;'-''The droQ-ji ; . Ins splrlits of-'riH! •Dtmiocra'cy • have re'-. vlvecl" and rt'fter.'.'roinvUiicle Beu" aud Qrator Me .Gw.>e.vy ivad started -the people -homeward. ' •-. .; .... • • • -• . MajorvMcFadJn Is no friend of gold 'He >cmejii'bers a Kittle gold purchase 'act '-iu' which- Con-ffress had nothing, to "The' Democratic party has alway been tlie bone and sinew of t-hc country' said Mr. ;AIcGreevy. Yes, It has bceu noticed that wtttUniUie past four years since tlw (10iii^old'.Dc.nioem,llc party ha; Wen In power,' that the country Is most rJy'/'bone and sinew," There's not mucl. fifut'to. sp&i'k of to keep the l»i)e..froin ..clia flnpr. too. sinew. '•Your-TJ.nclo "Ben" tried hard to. look pleased : a-n<l happy. P' fy Mlfl ' J" ou wlw •'know 'Wi'e'strail.ri .-lie was und'er.- "Th6 mt)u~lias b'eeii nomiunfed Who .wjll .lejid .-the American people to free '" i-1'roin .the. bondage in- whioli the .bugs- h!ive-plac(;d,(he.m,". shouted -Mr."McG-reov7-. "TJia-t man Is—" "Me ; Kiwl«y," ; a'-'-v&lce 'in the'tWck ,6f the 'crowd' suggested 1 "..'" . CORPORATIONS COME FIRST. Jtie Program for State Board of TaJc.Oiinmissioners. The ^S.l-ate .'Board of .'Tax''CoinniI.ss;on- c-rs .began KB-scsatoU' of forty dtiys yes- 'terday. The .first' fifteen days will be dcvoted-.to'.iJiei.ossessihciit of railroads, express -ajixl -telegraph couipawle.* and orl)iM 1 ' 1 .:cb'i'ijoir{iyi»ife.'''' Tlic?n fii'feeii 'day* AviH.be given, -to-'lioarinft appeals from show to ,'iKa.lu Ixjltttle the inteUlsence. of tfic American -people us they did fojn:- years a^o./and 1>.V seWnK.'^ boforo thian'i a •sUyfir-Kod.Mniflvice'.them to awa'ln' 'trust tllH'Jr piwiW'Mily.'-'-thefr^deaVest. iiiV tere'sta.' In'the kecpJu^' 'ffra r :fmity"-ivhielj t l hc'oi)u ! -;ift l '} ; ''f6ni:'y.€nr6..of..un-; '' i,ty which- the seventy. millions, of . cniniwml people will. WJii«jai}« ;as the "in'osperonw tlnies 1 - of '"92-06:"' '... ' : : MT.. S'toll "Tcfraliiea -'tvfhn, '•alnisInK" fh« nil^Kiiided 'rfeinocrats" who; -sit V ;fti, to.'di.ffer f'ram. ; Wit"innJM;l^_.^< i !tJw:,3e)e- gntes'in the Chicago 'coaveuit';p.iL,,' ; A,T2e- -tor can afford ,. . . to be seemiits .to:' whl«h sifle.. lias the best of thiit HtfHe> arguwwit ".ult, Chicago, wihlch tiuined^a ^Vto'trey down far an Attgetd. ,'_^ ^'.' , ' 1 J, . SNAP-SHOTS. '.',- ' }, t was crud tx^jwder the youn«' add brllllflnt. Erank:.KHstfer,-Jfito«llie'breach, / county boards of' roVfow and thu ten .da^to''iii;a:viiig ^ appeals from Tho (.ward's owttflsseissnien* a.nd recoDSidcr- a'rioiwi. ". -'T;llO;"l>o':ii : d Is coniposed of Go'vei-iio.r sialf.tliew.*, Secret;) ry> of State Owen, :i AiwlI,toi;>.,o:i: .State Daily, ex- ptllclo nioniibeis' and Col. I. "N.-"\V,-ill;cr and C5ipt:--ni- ( f'. 'Alien, -appointed- by the Govei-iiotv' Capt. Hart, Deputy Auditor "of/Staffi.; [.< c-loi-k of tliu lioawl, He has recej[\^(i 'ami 'placed oo tiliviuany lijjplJCsi.tioxw'', .jronn coi-])onitioiis. for a thiHV.to bc,heardv-.bnt It has been-Touud impracticable' ifo-allow the corporations' t'o fix the thna'-' ; Tlie assessmeul of tlietr hilcen up I" the same .ordcr'a's JaXt. j^ar/and .-my corporation w.h.i:Ch^wrs-hos.t : q,be liea.rd wlll.be given •n. .lj«ui.i«.;,iCvi.-a. .reimwen-tjitlyo is on hand -when: .Its. case is reached. WATS .. •-."Yes.^SiiW.'I'ijfl. base ball tnthuiiast to .the girl who --didn't understand.,- the', '-•ame: '"it 'WHS" simirly great.. You sea. riiiicfileiifii' of . the opposing team made a f\vc-baggVi; : brit.''cl:ed' oil' third, 'and •' "it '.. ^ . ~ " . ...'.., ' "Do you mean to say," interrupted his- liiteude<T,-r::that yoii looked on aud. " "•''•' " '• . ... .. . ..... it^ ]f\x;)l I^hovJcl say I did; -hoarse.'". '. • : ; s,Ke-contiu.ued • after an oiw- I think our engagement er V] tl(Klniecl ofc - l coul<!l liaiipy with a mau who oould .JJip presence of death " — Washloiftton Times. LOST TRIBES OF ISRAEL. Li-rrndH Pertalnlns; to Their Wandering* Cp »nd Down the £»rth. It may not be inappropriate to recall an old legend cxtnnt among the orthodox Jews of Russia regarding this subject, and which, confirms the report of the explorer.. Years and yenze ago., so the story runs, an exiled Jew on the bleak wilds of northern Siberia, ic nn effort Iu reach an overhanging' branch of a tree, placed his foot upon a log floating on the water. No sooner had his foot touched the log than it seemed isspiml with life and moved rapidly off, bearing- the exile away toward the vast ice fields, which were plainly visible and plentiful toward the north. Eapidly the current swept tlie log- northward, bearing with it the unfortunate Jew, who was BO benumbed with fear and. cold that be was unable to formulate a plan of escape from bin perilous position. For three consecutive days and nig-hts the prisoner clung to the. ]og, passing through towering fields of icebergs and dashing under arches cut by the current through the sky-scraping fields of ice. Out'into beautiful sunshine our traveler eventually emerged. The gross was green and the trees were garbed in the splendor of nature and birds made merry music on every branch. People great in numbers vcere congregated on either bank of the stren>a nil dressed in holiday raiment of the finest texture, but similar in character to. (he clothing worn, by our ancestors 2,000 years ago. The current of the stream ceased to flow, the log drifted to the bank and the almost f am- is-bed and thoroughly frightened traveler repeated f or the thousandth tine the Hebrew words, "Shama—Israel." and in uncertP-in manner dismounted from the log. The inhabitants crowded about, and, speaking in Hebrew, with which laii- puiige he was thoroughly conversant, learned of his Deed of food and rest and supplied these wants, after which they inquired whence he came and whither he w.-is going-. Numerous inquiries were made regarding the people who lived beyond their circumscribed world, who in reciprocity informed him ol themselves aud their mode of living, which had in nowise changed since the ii'lvent of the Christian era. They worked and worshiped even as did the Jew in ancient tiroes when Palestine was a garden and Jerusalem the center. of civilization. The tr».v- elcr learned that these people were the lost tribes of Israel, who hod migrated to this goodly, country, l'-d by tho descendants of .Anron—• named Joseph— who had passed away without leaving any descendants. With them they had brought many vessels and much of the paraphernalia of. Solomon's temple, and [>atterned their house of worship after this famous, temple of Jerusalem. 'This traveler was told that the- ;tream's current was active'six-days jn 1 ' the.week and on the seventh becntne quiel nnd did not, move, but as he WHS a member of a different tribe to themselves he would not be allowed .to "remain within the country. So he was jlaced in a boat, which was pushed out nto the current and was borne by a circuitous route back to Siberia. Afterward he was pardoned, returned to Russia and toid his advantu're.—Atlan- ta Jewish Sentiment. DARKNESS SEEMED FAMILIAR. Yonnc Wommn In the "Frwut Did Not Notice Tt»»t the. Light Wai Oat. They were on o tandem, and a straight,, smooth road stretched .away iefore thWi '..hrougjy the patk for a mile or more. ' 'mere was aarkncss ail about, thick, impenetrable darkness, which lay heavy among the. trees, aad betrayed" the fact that the authoritie* had neglected the electric lights, countr ing on a moon that had failed to keap her engagements. But they did not mind the darkness. In fact, they rather sought out the more shadowy portions. For there is something about a tandom, if it steers easM ly, which softens the iron-bound lawa J of custom. The riders are so close together, anyway.. And if the one on the rear seat leans slightly forward, and, the one on the front seat leans just* little back, there is no need to sigh for the best of hammocks. > The young maa on ihe rear seat had leaned slightly forward. Moreover, the j t young woman on the front seat had ' leaned just a little back. And there wa» J more on the your.g woman's lips than microbes. Suddenly they were arrested by * shout—it is said that park policemea. never arrest anyone in any other way— , a deep, full-bodied shout that boded iU. "Hi! You! Where's your lamp?" They stopped and dismounted. With a burly policeman in the road there wsp nothing: else to do. "Where's yoar lamp?" the officer d^ manded. ^ They examined the front of the wheel together: The lantern bad gone out. "Why," said the young°woman, "why, I never noticed that it wasn't lit. I—Si must have imagined that we werete.! the parlor at home."—Chicago Tribune.- 'A Final Remedy. A young lady once called on ooe <SC; Louisville's most prominent homoeo-, pathic physicians, and after discoursing! on all the topics of interest of the day, settled down to tell her ailments. Among other things, she said that she -wa» greatly annoyed with' a sinking feeling. The physician prepared a little, bottle of pills tmd gave them, to her, with minute directions as to how they; should be taken. The woman again: began to talk, and after many vain efforts to get her out, she started for the door. She had just opened it, -when: she turned and said: "Oh, doctor, what shalM do if these pills do oofc'tire me?" "Take the cork," he retorted; "they, tell me that's good for a sinking fed- ing."—San Francisco Argonaut. Cn»b Contiimon. A few years ago a 'prediction"th«t coarse kitchen toweling would one day. be a fashionable dress, fabric would have-met with scorn, but tonJay, ar!iu»- ing and absurd as it sounds, crash is made up into the neatest little morning costumes and are indorsed by the best tailors. There ore various weaves and weights of crash; the coarse wea.ves.are somewhat shaggy in surface, while tb* close mesh is smooth. The color ranges from ecru to brown. Drosses mndc of this material are usually untrimnild or finished-only with a belt and collar of colored linen or duck. A wide, fuH skirt h«s stitched, overlapped Reams 'arc! an Eton jacket, which has flaring cufff-and revers of green linen.. Another has a blouse waist with a rolTiu^ coll-ir and buttons of turquoise blue G rnss linens, which were so popular la«t year, are crowded to second place by con-vos cloth in string color, which Is-rather pretty in the-thin texturf, but ugly where the weave 1s coarser. There is a camelVbair canvas' also. wKich looks bOft and pliable,- ao4 pique and duct, for'which no substitute in washable goods'has yet, been found. —St v L-ouis Republic. • . In'England there is only one place tf worehip toevery 4.000 pftmjnr.' '..

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