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July 28, 1896

Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 5

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j ;j Dunlap's.. Celebrated Hats. Silk, Stiff and 5oft. Spring Styles.^— LEADTHELEAGUE O ttos Set a Cham pionship Pattern. Took the Second •Game From the Kokomos in a Walk. DEWENTER, i . ' The Hatter and Furnisher. SPRING NECKWEAR,' SPRING OVERCOATS. Cincinnati Took Another Prom Cleveland-The Scores. STANDING OF THE CLUBS. .; Clubs ' '•' . Won Lost J'er'ct; Logansport ,2. ..' . .0 1.000 Anderson i ' . .0 1.000 SHOE BARGAINS. 98 Cents Buys Mea's Shoe* solid leather, lace or congress. 98 Cents Bays Ladies Kid Patent Leather Tip Shoes, bntton or lace, 63 Cents Buys Ladies' Kid Oxford Ties, pat- tent leather tipe, 73 Cents BuyaJ'Ladies' Low Calf Skin Shoes just the thing for GrardeD. 29 Cents Bays Ladies Serge Slippers, fcolid . comfort. 69 Cents Buys Children'* Tan Shoes, button or lace. 19 Cents Bays Baby Shoe?, patent leather tips. 50 Cents Buys Beautiful Volvet Slippers for house wear. Stevenson & Klin&ick. 403 Broadway. THE FIRSF NATIONAL BANK -OF- LOGANSPORT. . „ INDIANA <;API r*vi, *ar>o,ot)o. A. X Murdock, Prei. W. W. ROB«, Cft»h. J, F. Brookmcyer, Ant. Cash. DIBECTOBS: M. a. Btoe, W, H. BringbnrBt;' A. J. JtqrdocE, Dennin mil. a 1. Tutla, jr. M. Barwood, W. T. WlUon. Banklns In ali Its Departments promptly and carefully done. Safety to Customer* and Stockholder* •ought for. Strong RMerv* Fund maintained. PREACHER SCOTT ON TRIAL. 1 Witnesses Tell of His Attentions to Daisy. The Ucv. G. E, Scott's! preliminary trial was begun Friday at Waterloo, In. The father or Daisy Dorian, her brother-in-law and wife, nncl several oilier relatives testified to the attentions paid ro the young \vomau at different times by the man who betrayed licr. At .socials, according to the evidence, the preacher devoted his Unit- almost exclusively to Daisy, and the pair would often be seen In a retired portion of the church lu close and loving converse. The pastor gave the child presents. He exchanged photographs with her. At one time a younger sister found the couple alone Jn the Dorlnn residence with 'the doors locked and the blinds down. Other witnesses testified to this fact. - The Waterloo Courier has been looking into the former record of Scott, and through a minister who knew 'Scott at Caledonia, Ohio, mid at Bucyrns, the facts are developed that similar escapades of the recreant Scott had scandalized the good members-of his Hock In tlie Bnckeyo State. One case somewhat similar to that with Daisy Dor- Ian- was hushed up, and shady actions were glozed over under the plea that enemies .were plotting the man's ruin. According to reports from Marion,. Ohio in answer to a message sent, by the Waterloo Courier, the record of Scott in that neighborhood was good. • Ruslivllle ., El wood '. Councrsrllle Kokomo .500 .500 ..000 .000 Owuey Geoghani. (N./B.i—Tis . pronounced Gaygan.) W'mtfl 1 name that used to be to conjure .witlr-in base ball circles, Oiiee upon a time Owney wns a candidate for b!g lewgue 'honor.;, when lie was pitohIng such great;ball-for tic rrovldcncc club of tihe New -England league. But the days of.Owney's glory have departed from hlimforcreiv .No more can he face the..bolter and say "hero is my m-oat. watch "irie'eiifhlnj." It is not thm Owney hasn't the .curves, nor yet (hat be lacks'-in. speed—of the slow sort—Inn rJiere is.n son of-kink to his balls that just suitcd.,t'hC'iie,avy hitters of the home tcnm, .and they-landed on <hini for a total of seventeen hits. Think of it! The ex-lcagner! Seventeen times the ball went sailing-out Into -safe territory and threw of i them were for two, one for throe nnd-one a home run. :'•/ • ••••.'. -. Crosby pjtched a phenomenal'gam;.: up to the filixth' inning, there beln-g.but one safe hit made off of him, and that a scratch. Then lie grew, tired. He has not had enough work to! 1 keep, hira In condition and pitching at such a- terrific gait was too much for him. -.jiHe le,t down and in Hie next in roe'.Inn ings he WHS pHU.v«.li<>{1 severe-ly.. O'Couuell went in in- tho niuth -and llnished the. game, with the score 10 to 11 Ja--favor of the home team and every Inducement to the visitors to beat. It out. Following Is.the score: . . - -'- .-. - " AB JOS. Q. GRACE WILL SELL YOU A SPRING SUIT TODAY FOR LESS MONEY THAN ANY OTHER CLOTHIER IN LOGANSPORT. LINE COnPLETE. Buy a Lougley Hat and be up to Date 426 Broadway. P, S. If you want a TaUor Made Suit don't get my line of the Celebrated Stein Block Clothing Business Change. James Beehoor has - purchased the Peltoa meat market. -H« now occupies the n*w room just erected .to the west of the old stand, and It te his Intention to run a first-class shiop and handle n full-line of 'fresh and salt meats. DAILY JOURNAL, FREE SILVER ILLUSTRATION. Sheriff Law Has an Interesting Experience in Indianapolis. TUESDAY, JULY 28,1890. ' Ecru duck vests 75 cents at Otto's. For Sale.—New typewriter, ?20. B?n WJsnnan, Room 4, Cra-wiford block. Plait price on seasonable clothing is the attraction, at Otto's, everything In sight. Prices on waiew 'and wrappers teil you nothing. You -must see the goods.— Trade Palace. . •' ' : 75 cents for best, yes, his very best linen and white duck pants. Otto says they were lx>nght to eell for $1.50. , House to Rent— WJth all modern ta-' p,rovem'ents on Spear street between >'hith and Temth. James Goss, Sr. The most comifortabie people in town yesterday were Otto's employes, dressed up in negligee shirts nnd linen trousers. According to tlie Terre Haute Tribune Buck Stanley Is preparing to reform Terrc Haute! He Js quoted as saying that the time is auspicious for the accomplishment of the task. Awarded.. Higheat Honors—World's Fair. DR, . Waterloo (In.) Courier: Sheriff Law had an, experience during his Indiana trip which Is a pretty good object los- son just at this present juncture. While in IndtanapoHs lie noticed n sign posted in a cigar store window as follows: Every purchaser .of 50 cents worth of~goods and presenting <t paper dollar will receive the amount of their purchase and a .silver dollar in : change. . He went into the store and bought ."0 cents worth of cigars and offered- n paper dollar. The cigars wore handed him and n brand new silver dollar as cbmnge. The dollar was newly minted, but the. only rlilng'wrong with it was It was n Mexican dollar. . The keeper of the cigar store said tluit his banker sends to Mexico for the money for hint and eachi dollar costs him exactly 55 cents laid down in In- dlaniipoHs. He took this means of advertising his goods and Jt has occasioned quite a run of business. It Is certainly a pretty fair lesson of wiiat will be the result in-the United States If the attempt t</ Mexleanlzc our currency should be successful. Logan-sport Shaver, If Bolan, Ib JTorsIey, 3b,,.. Bruton, ,<-s Stoats, 2b Stemlcr, cf O'Connell, rf, p. Bevillc, c Crosby, p . 3 2 . 5 . 4 R • 1: 3 ro i n o .i..i 0 1, 12 ' 0 • Philadelphia .'."... '.37 Brooklyn- . ..... :.". . .37 Washington ..... :. .33 New York ...:') .i".32'. St;- 1:0111* ..... . ;.;23 LouisvMIe .;'.'.:.':.: 21 43 *4 44 4G 57 OS .403 .4" .420 .410 .30; .200 Totals 39 Kokomo AB Offden, If 3 Whttenian, Ib .. 5 Duffy, 2b 5 Boyce, r£ 5 Carrey, c 5' Braudenburj?, 3b 5 Faurot, cf 5 .Tudy, s.? '.,. 3 Gco.srban, p 4 17 H o 2 ?,. i n ?!'' 2' ' i" 'I 1 ' .-/•'.- 27 11 PO A 1 0 14 I MOST PERFECT MADE. t p-we Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Fret I f- Ammonia, Alum or my other adulterant 40 Yean the Standard. A "McKIN'LEY NUMBER." The "McKlnley Nitm-bor," oC tho Los Angles, (Cal.,) Times, bos been received 'at The Journal office. The contents of the special edition speak for themselves. The official roll of McKiuley's regiment te given. This Is the first official and authentic roll that has appeared In n--newspaper. At this time, when the; civil career Is only.niorp important to tli<! public-than tlie military son-ice of the great presidential candidate. Hiis new .matter on the subject Ifl. of great Interest to his friends. The issue of the .TimesJs thoroughly up to thc-tlme?, and the llustrations and tlie matter used are very credltlblc. ' The paper is'a beauty, typogra-phtcally, ; DUCKED IN THE .LAKE, ; A severe wind and rain stprra.'^rpso yesterday alx>ut .noon .on Lake MaxJn- kuckee. Several boats were on the lake when the storm came up, and Mr. Ed- wardfi of Peru, with 'friends In his sail boat; were capsized In- the lake. The FleetwJnR was".also oyerturrieil. The duekinK was the most serious .portion of the damages. - ..-.,• ) A. D. Pansier of the Pnoros-lg sick. White duck vests- 75. cents at : Ottols. Otto says he would' rather sell hot •weuther clothing at half price than keep It. ' , Totals 40 '10 12'' ; 27.'' 22 ' J7 Score by Innings: '."''_''/" ,'"'"' ''.'.' Logansport 20 0;i;2 i'5' 0 0—11 Kokomo .'.'..... .0 0 '0 0 O'2'O 2 0^-10 Summary: Earned runs—Logansport 3. Kokomo 3; stolen bases—Loganspoi't 2, Kokomo 3; two-base 'hJtis^-Bevllli?, •O'Connell'; Solan, Diiffyrt'jiree-'base hit —Hbrsely; home run-^-Horsely ;• passed balls—Seville 1. Garv j o"^i;'"wild pitch— Cros-by 5, Geoghan'l; base "on balls— Crosby 3, Geoghau 5; hifWy pitched ball —Braton, Horsely; sti'tifk'birt—by'Oroa- by 11, .by Geoghan 3; lcft v o'ij blise—Lo- gansport 0, Kokomo '3:"donble play- Judy to Duffy to Whif-pma-n.' Time of game—2:10. Umpire '•'" Johnston;'- Attendance 2, r )0. : ' : '•' "'•' OTHER LEAGUE'^A^IES'.' Anderson-, July 2".^Special- 1 Obnners-' ville failed to show upTo.T-l'he'game today. The home tearii- went- •' to the grounds ready to play, and wheh'-'thiie wns called for play, tiro-umpire declared tire same forfeited tp"Ari'de'riWb; : -'£> to 0'. Ehvood. July 27.'—Siieclal—Elwoqd was boa ten in a one-<5lde«i eoriteW today by the Hushvll'le tea-m', : 'tHe"scor'e''Stan(l- ing 12 to 2 in favor of-t-li'e visitors. Elwood won- the first 'game' of the league season Sunday with ease.' and won) beaten today jus.t as easily. '• NATIONAL IJEA'GUE.". Cincinnati again''tJeffeltea the Cleve- lauds yesterday, and- that''-wi.th Cuppy In the box'for the 'Spiders. "Luck is cer- .talnly'wlth the Red?,' for wnile they only made eight hits-and had tlir^o' errors with Iti the'Spldw« had seven hits, nnd only one 'error. FIJlow.Ing are tie scows of ,th.e games yesterday: ' : At Cincinnati—Cleveland 2, Clncin- naf.i 3. (Cuppy and 7immer, Rhine*,. Flaher and Vaughn.)' '.' . •.-" At Chicago—Plttsburp '3,; Chicago 0; At St. Louis—LpuIsTille'Si'Sf. 1 toutsK STANDING OF THE CLUBS. ' Clulw' ', " WoD~Lost PerCt; THE GAME SUNDAY. Tlie Kokomos think they have a great kick coming on- 'Sunday's game. They really believe they'-got the worst of i-t ,on tlie 'score of the umpire. As a matter of fact Johnston was off and his umpiring: was .not 'up to rhe usual pttan- dafil of excellence for which li-e is noted but his favors were divided iuipartl- iijly.hnd there was no "worst of it" for either side; they were equally favored ''iii 'close dlcisions and Denny Lyen got i|y Tar the worst of It on "balls and 'strikes. Had Kokomo not attempted to play dirty ball there would be some rea- 'sbri''I,iV the ' "chewing" their players in- j dnigwl'oh Hie floM, but rJie evident doteiinlnatlon of some 'of their players to hurt some of our men lost them the 'sympathy of oven the strongest Koko- mp rooters'.'" ..... "' ' ' , , Kokohio Brought a crowd of about one hundred and fifty wlith the club, a erbwcl of gori'tl l emcn' :i wi-tlin!, who, Jf there were any rough ones among them, succeeded )u' hbhlhijrthein down. It was an'fdeaVcrowd that Svitnessed the Duffy, 2b ..4 0 I 3 0 1 Boyce, rf 4 0 1 1 0 0 Garvey, c 4 1 0 7 0 0 Brandenburg, 31). 412041 Faurot, cf 4 1 1 r, 0 0 Judy, ss 4 0 0 1 ? 0 Itogers, p 4 0 0 0 0 0 Totals 37 5 0 27 fl -2; SCORE BY INNINGS. Logan,sport 10041000 0— C, Kokomo 20030000 0— ~> Summary: Earned runs—Logansport, 4; stolen bases—Logansport 2, Kokomo S; two base hits—Horsley, Byers (2)," 1 Lyen, O'Connell, Faurot; wild pitch— Lyen; base on balls—off Lyen 1, off Rogers, 1; struck out—by Lyen 4, by Rogers 5; loft on b,ase—Logaasport 5, Kokomo 5; double play—Bruton to Statts to Bolan: Shaver to Staats. Time of game- 1:50. Umpire—Johnston. Attendance 1,500. game, good natuix'd and, thotlgh Indulg- Ingln'muehTootlnii; tfolng It, in a gentle- numly mariner'." Th'ere 1 ' 'wn*'Jnb rough talk or disgracefni'iicltons lo mar the TO THE RIP VAN WINKLES. Wabash Tribune: The great trouble with many people In" WabasJi Is that they forget they are now living in a city of 12,000 inhabitants, A city possessing a $3,200 steam roller, a park and orber metropolitan features. Tmey are not aware that C.ipt. Qulmbey no longer plies the canal with his passenger boat and that tho cainal Itself has been filled Cincinnati ...'. Balttaore ....... -'/f'Sj; Cleveland ..... ..'. .53' CMeaigo '•"•':. .'BO rittsburg '...';'. .008 Of the game it may be said that Kokomo our-plnye<HWe -'home t.esim in the field, but at-tlne'b'a-t' they were not In It. Denny Ly to -pitched' an uphill game against odds* 'tha ! t' Svould ..nave dis- ri'earte.ned- a-'less -ccVoWieadefi pitcher. Harry Sta'tts-played-a-'brUIiant game at second, mttKlrig tlireeisftir p!ays that undoubtedly 'sa <*(!>: the'.- game. Byer.s caught one -of his- -best games since he has beeii)' - : wt>hf. Lognnsiiort,. and no words ca/u tod; strongly condemn the ditty works-erf Boyce, Kokomo's right llelflcr, who ran into Byers at tho plate and Hi row hlui heavily. A»s a conse- qiience. By CM: Is .laid np with a badly •strained arm -awi--/ will not bfl ablo to play for two or.' three weeks. • f'Old Hun" •RoRci.'S'jjItched a steady -gia-mc, but he. wits .found safely twelve :tlmes, ( rlve. of. the hits being donblft?. Faurot played a prct.fy game n't center .field and Boyce made-a sensational rtiu- -ninff catch. Branderburg a.ud Ogden, the ex-leaguers; of., whom so much was expected, were; -weak' at bat. and dlil'no especially brilliant work in their posi- tlous. Following is.tb.e^offlcial score Logan^iort . . AB R H" TO A up and the Big Four shops standing whore a colony of frogs held forth for years. They do not seem to be aware that Wabash has shed Iw infant pina- ' fores' a/ud donned the flowln-g draperies of a more mature age. In fact they are about twwiry years behind the times and never miss an opportunity of fall- Ing foul of an idea which -docs uot smell of the creation of. man or the flood Woke up, brother; arouse yourself from your Rip Van Winkle lethargy; Instruct yourself In a few modernisms, road tho papers and when you see anything In lihc-m which shocks your puritanical notions remember that this i* tlie year of. our Lord 1SQO. and Uial newspapers arc not eowlnc:^d on- llio fame principle* they were during the revolutionary war. The trouble lifts with you, not the paper. In viewing the matter you do not allow yourself to .Indge impartially. Buy yourself a pair of modern spectacles; throw away tho.sc you have with She oW-fasliIoned horn rims and rake a seat up in- front, with your more progressive brother. You will then see tilings witli different nycs and will nnt f:uO so much 1o kick about. AND HE NEVER SAID A WORD. . South Bond Times: Six. Lester P. Baker is nothing if not a rampant, rock- rooted, mountain buttressed gold Democrat, and nothing is more to his liking than to eat up a free silverite blood raw witi.a nice dressing of statistics and garnishments of witty sallies and pointed thru-its. The other day Mr. Baker was made the victim of a practical joke, a gentleman bringing to him a doaf mute who is a great free silverite but is very quiet aTxwt it. - "Let mo introduce to yon a friend of 'riiine who is for free sliver and whom you might convert," said the joker, au<l the two7iien grasped hands, "So you're for free siilver, sir?" inquired tbe venerable gold advocate, and'with- this preface he launched out upon tie deaf mi'.to like ft- Kansas cyclone, . and the -rcay, fact?, figures philosophy and logic were bandied at the man, •wuold have simply shut up nearly any man who could talk. The deaf mute stood, stared a r nd seemed to listen:, and It i.« understood that flic gold champion, told sonic of his friends a little later that he bad been so convincing that the other man couldn't say a word. As Mr. Baker is now far away at Petoskey It was considered that there would be comparative safety in telling this little joke, which some of bis friend* are greatly enjoying. WHEN HE OWNS DP: A man may sometimes appease big own apprehensions aud apparently satisfy the minds of his friend* by charging spreading baldness to heredity> wbiteJnjr locks to mental worry, wrinkles and crowfeet to diisappointment and ill luck, The decay and droping. of tooth to disease, stiffened joints and rheumatic twinges to toll an<J exposure, t.lic use of glass to optical defecls, but when .iiis firet-bom of the male persna- sion has succeeded in roaring a moustache thai all can see, or presents for hla mother's good night kiss a chin covered witb :> stubby growth of whiskers, then Indeed ix the "old mnn" bound to ccu- fe.<s the r.-ict liiat ho is really growing old. Sliav-er,' If.-. Bolan. Ib.. Horsley. 3D-. ••-.' .Bruton, ss...... .Byers, -c..........,. Statts. 2li'...•.',.I* Seville, rf,;c..';,, O'Connell, cf'. _.."." Crosby, rf..... Q-1 2 _L_,,2 10 .(> 3 1 ' 1" ' ; 'l 1 0 Boston ..'. .I. 1 ... : .-. 42" ; the attention of the officers, EMPLOYMENT ASKED. There If a scarcity of work nr- presoiii that -1(5 ha.rd on the day-laborers. and es- pi-cJjilly those who have famJIios 10 caix? for. • It "Is .siiggcstod that, whaiovor street work or public Improvement is to bo engaged in' soon could be begun with advantage now and the suggestion is a good one. The city. J* competed under Its acceptance of Spencer 1 park to expend .itl.OOO per year for live years, and the Park committee contemplates putting the amount this year in drives. This will give employment 10 a good many If the work is- decided upon and there may be oilier ways of furnishing the deserving. The good one, worthy' EFFECTIVE DRAINS. Delphi Times: At, COM thne, such heavy-rains as have visited thi« ewtion during the passing summer, it would have been tho, expected occurrence for the Wabash river valley To be overflows! a.iKl (he fertile pr.ijrio |o 1)0 f;iivored wiih a was-ic of w:!t<:r>- from 'iiais'to liills. Almost-as-Mi«'Iy as th« spring and .summer. Ciunc tlm-c Hoods; and yoar after year incsiU'-nlalilo dam- ago was don*! to crojis. buildings, foiwcs bridges. 'Mo, Now by the asslsiaiice of numerous ditclxv; the river «ui eanry a.'l the wa<er away without overflowing and the ba«t crops are raised whore onop'the water stood the year around. BAND OF MERCY MEETING.- There will lx> an important mooting of the East end Bn.u<l of Mercy at. JJL«sIon cliurch. corner Seventeenth and floorge street*, Wednesday afternoon. July 20, at -I o-cJock, All chJldren interested are luvited to .intend. Tlie constitntion will bo read and membership f''os collected.

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