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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 5

Logansport, Indiana
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Wednesday, May 8, 1895
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Responsibility! i Which in your mind carries i * most the button or the suspenders. We can furnish you very responsible suspenders at a very moderate cost. DEWENTBR, The Hatter and Furnisher. Save This Coupon ---- No extra charge for it, but it is valuable. It bares our names, and that will remind you of the necessity of a New Spring Suit. Present this coupon with a nominal sum of monev at our store and we will make to your order the handsomest suit of clothes that ever adorned your body. AL. T. YOUNG, THE, PEftRL STRBET TfllLOR. •SSS.SSSS&SSSSSSSSSSSSSS * r CHAS. W- SeLEGUE, Matchmaker and Engraver. Corner window Johnston's Drag Store. Brond- TOT ivnd yoortli streets. .Formerly with 3. i>. rlor. An work warranted. Give Mm a call. DAILY JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY MOKN1NG. MAY 8, A GUARDIAN APPOINTED. McKeen's steam laundry—good work Natural gas bills for May now due pnd payable. Ladles' patent tip dress shoes 95 ents—Steveneon & Kllnslck. Otto is running his remarkable value ale for the advertisement—that's in |)lg bargain giving. It Is eald that measles has caused Lbsecce from school of almost half the phlldren in one room of the city chools. lhat tired fooling, loss of appetite Led nervous prostration arc driven away by Hood's Sarsaparilla, which aakes pure blood. You can't realize it, you can't ba- lleve it, how can they do it? Otto Lays they do do It, and Its perfectly legitimate. Sse advertisement. Keep the ball moving along and go lee the Jubilee singers Friday night U the opera hour e. More fun than a flrcus at only 25, 35 and 50 cents, .Bummer prices. t ,Bridget's council C. B. L. No. ill hold a special mooting tonight i arrange to attend funeral of Com- de Michael Leahy.—John Regan, president; Peter bhrader. The water works extension on State Ltreet will now be put in. Everybody Is said to have taken a permit along |tbe proposed lino, which is 1,300 feet i length and a six inch pipe. L. Rosenfleld died at Peru Monday. was an uncle of Mrs. Jordan Hecht if this city, and was one of Miami unt's most prominent citizens. The body was taken through here doc day night on the way to Cincln- , for burial. Awarded iHlfhtst Honors—World's Fair. BAKING POWDER MOST PERFECT MADE. I pure Grape Cream i.' Tartar Powder. Free i Ammoni*. Alum en wy other adulterant 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. .For Col. Georure Immel, Who HUM .Been F/onouuced Inwnne. I. N. Crawford W»B yesterday ap- oolntod guardlm of tbe affairs of Col. George Immol, who was pronounced by the circuit court a peraon ol unsound mind. Tho condition of Mr. Immel Is very grave. It is said that he has become wild and very demonstrative. His condition ia attributed to his long slckneBB and confinement. To Cloio the SeaMoii. The brilliant theatrical season will go out with the following high grade attractions to leave a pleasant sena- tlon In tho memory ol the theatregoers: May 8—MarloQWalnright. May 10—Slayton's Colored Jubiloe Singers. May 14—May Smith Robbins' •Trlxlo." May 15—Duncan & Clarke's Female minstrels. May 18—William Morris' "Lost Paradise." May 23—Elks 1 Mlnstrele. May 31—Stuart Robson, "The !len» rletta." Manager Patterson hopes to arrange for the appearance of the great ipeo taoular success, "The Pawing Show," aa the closing performance. Mr. Pat, tereon sayi he Is booking a much bet. ter claei of entertainments for,next season than hki ever before been given here. Th« Plant male* SncceM. The plant sale and cake and straw, berry social at the reildence of Judge D. P, Baldwin last night was the means of drawing a large and congenial gathering to that pleasant home, and of drawing into the possession of the enterprising ladies of the Broadway PiOibyterlan church a anug sum of money.. Tho plant sale and the sale of cake and strawberries, will be continued today, beginning at 9 a. m. . World'* Colombltn Exposition Was of value to the world by lllustra. ting the Improvements in the mechanical arts, and eminent physicians will tell you that the progress in medicinal agents, has been of equal importance, and as a strengthening laxative that Syrup of Figs is'far In advance of all others. MemlH On WnbasU Parlor Cars. Arrangements have been made to serve meals in parlor cars now running on trains 44 and 45, between St. Louis and Toledo, and passengers can hereafter get meals on these cars equal to any served at -the best hotels, and at moderate prices. C. S. CKANT,, Gon'lPaas. & Tkt., Agt. Che»p £xcor»lunn to the Weirt. On May 21st and June llth, The North-Western Line (Chicago & North- WesternKailway) will sell excursion tickets at. very low rates to a large number of points in the west and northwest. For full Information apply to ticket agents of connecting lines, or address A. H. WAGGONER, T. P. A. ,7 J>ckson Place. Indianapolis, Ind. WITH THE LIGHTNING CAME DEATH, AND THE LIFE OF CLARK GOTSHALL WENT OUC JN THE FIASH. • The Artillery of tne' Eie«trle Siorm Aimed With Fatal Efleet Monday Sriunt—A Family Berenvea at Onward—The Body of m .Laborer Found In a Hollow Htnni[i Where He Had Nought Shelter. Lightning caused the death oJ Clark Gotehall of Tipton townehlp Monday evening at the faim of Frank Hopper east of Onvrar'd. Gotshall was. employed on Hopper's farm, aud with him was his young son, and a dog. When the shower of rain began Monday afternoon young Gotaball went to the house. The father remained at the clearing. Yesterday morning hla body was found by a party of searchers, in the hollow of a stump where he had probable taken refuge from the storm. The dog was between hla knees, also dead. The search which reunited In the discovery of the corpse was beeun Monday night when Gotshall failed to appear at his tome. The whole neighborhood was arousnd and joined in the search for the mlseing mau. The stump was visited Monday night, but a close search was not made until 6 o'clock yesterday morning, whan the sad truth was learned. The dead man was a hard working man, and had the reepect of all who knew him. He had just succeeded in building a home at Onward/and leaves a family. Coroner Downey viewed the remains yesterday, and the above ia about the result of hii investigation. He found on examining the corpse that the neck was broken, the face was slightly marked,and the cap worn by the dead man was silt open. There were no other marks, The funeral will be held at Bunker Hill, at which place interment will take place. . Injured In n Jt tin away. Lewli Wooda, aged 65 years was badly hurt in a fall from a buggy at his home in Rookfleld Sunday afternoon. Two of his ribs were broken, and Internal hemorrhages have re. suited from his serious Injuries. He was attended by Dr. Galbreath. Bncklec'H Arnica salve. The best salve in the world for outfl bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum Jevor sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns, and all akin erup tlons, and positively cures piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to jive perfect satisfaction or money refunded. Price 25 cents per bo?. For sale by B. F. Koeeling. A Painful Injury. Jacob Apgar, while working at a barn at No. 1230 Broadway, fell and was painfully hurt about the hand by a nail whici was driven through the member, ADDITIONAL ITEMS. Slippers, 35 cents—Stevenson & Klinelck. $7.50 cash buys $15, $18 and $20 sulti at Otto s. Fred Kuhn has taken a position with John Wilts. Men's tap sole shop shoes 98 cents, at Stevenson & Klinsiok's. Lewie Shurte Is at hie old place, bookkeeper for J. D. Ferguson.' Otto repeats his advertisement to. day for the benefit of those who over-, looked same Sunday. The room lately occupied by Sohmitt & Hefflsy and the Golden' Rule dry £Oods store, IB now vacant. The funeral of John Cooper, the 19- year-old son of Michael Cooper, who died Saturday at Fulton, occurred yes. terday. Edgar Powell, the musician, will manage a novelty concert to be given about June 15. There will ba about 'orty mandolin and guitar plckors take part. R. B. Ricaby, representing May Smith Robbloe, Little Trixie company was in the city yesterday arranging tor the appearance of his favorite star at tho opera house nexi Tuesday. An exciting but luckily not a serious runaway accident occurred Monday north of the city. Geo. W. Walters and two ladies were thrown from a buggy, but were not injured. In the circuit court yeaterday the suit of Williamson Wright vs. Jacob Srausa was continued to Tuesday morning next. The suit is for the jotsession of the plaintiff's farm near Adamsboro. . At the Wednesday matinee. 3:45 p. . of the Slpe & Dolman dog and pony •how, the matron and children.from he Orphan 1 * Home will be the guest* of the management. The member* of Marie Wainwrlght theatrical com. »ny will also bo entertained by. desars. Slpe & Dolman. „ i TOUR NiJUE IS PRINT. Item* of a Personal Character Con c(!nUnit lofiUMpor tern and Their Friend*. In the city yesterday: ^3. F. Brlggs of Boston. R. B. Runyon of Peru. Marvin Barnhart of Chicago. Rsiv. John Quinlan of Fort Wayne James D. Brown of Burnettsville on his way to Lafayette. F. F. Wing is visiting at Marlon. H... G. Tucker was yesterday at Lafayette.. Joseph G. Grace is at Chicago on business. J.»aeph Kreis is ic Ohio on a busi nees trip. Mrs. Max Fisher 'is visiting at Toledo, Ohio. Miss Grace Barker Is at Chicago to takei a music lesson. ClaarJee Stevenson, the shoo man, is at Alexandria on business: John Newklrk of Howard county was a guest of Cott Barnett Monday Mrs. Bert Small is visiting at Brookston and will be gone a week Miss Hepp has returned from Peru where she visited friends several Mrs. William Aughe has gone to Troy, Ohio, to attend the funeral of a brother. Mr. and Mrs Ireland of Mexico are visiting- their daughter Mrs. Liz'/.ie Jacobs. Mrs. J. H. Robbins of Crawforde ville is the guest of her brother, John B. Hayes. Miss Carrie Harvey will leave the last of tbe week for a pleasure trip through the Bast. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Long are' here from. Wlnamao visiting: relatives on North Sixth street. Mliss Minnie Potthoff has returned from .Peru after a visit with her sister Mrs. Frank A. Miller. Ml.ss Lulu Farnsworth, of Cleveland, Ohi&. is spending the week with her 'mother on High street. Mrs/May Dunn of Toledo, Ohio, Is the (ruest of her mother, Mrs. P. J. Bennett on the West Side, J. A'. Russell was here a day or two Dearly in ' the week, a guest of his sieter, Mrs. John Schwerdman. Mrs. Rona Boehrlnger is here from Cleveland, Ohio, to visit her slater, Mrs. Farnsworth of High street, J. B;.' Stanley and son Horace left for Gpodlaud yesterday afternoon where Mr. Stanley holds a week's meeting. lanacShideler and Robert Whltsett were at Wlnamac yesterday attending the funeral of Jacob Shaffer.a brother Mascn. Dr, Frank Boh n of Seneca, Mich., en route to Walton to attend the wedding of a sister, waa in the city a few tours yesterday. M. F. Johnson of Marlon, asair mill man and lumber dealer, was in the city yesterday. Mr, Johnson is looking I'or a location. Stephen Hannegan was here from Lafayette Sunday, retu-hing home yesterday after a visit with his brotr.ier-in.law, Mark Miller. Al Brihghurst, Seth Velsey, Will Portur, John Couleon and Line Ullery are at Maxlnkuokee, where they will spend a week fishing and hunting. The father and mother of J. E. Erwin, the West Side druggist, have returned to their home at Bourbon, Ind., after a visit of a week with their son, ' ' .L. Hunt, of Camdefl, who has been for several weeks at Marion working forE: L.Goldthait & Co., publishers, In the getting out of a county directory, was here yesterday on his way home. Peiru Chronicle: Thomas Follen was tit Logansport last night.. ..Ike Baer came up from Logansport last evenling fora short visit with bis lolks John W. O'Hara returned homa this morning from Logansport, where he attended a meeting of the State; officers of the Ancient Order of Hibernians.... Will Burgess spent Sunday with his folks at Logansport. ' Taylor'* Ball Reduced. James Taylor of Royal Center has furnished bond in tho eum of $300. Taylor was indicted for an alleged on Dr. J. J. Burton. His bond was yesterday reduced to . the figure named. _ A Ch«njte of Firm. F. C; Wilson has sold hie photograph gallery on Broad way to P. Gan- BOnaniold photographer, who will continue the business. Mr. Wilson and wi*e have gone to Indianapolis, whera he has taken a good position. •."; -Aeecpied tbe Call. TbeRar; F. M. Huckleberry who was recently called to the pulpit of the Baptist church here. h»i accepted, and will resume his duties at once. . THEY KNOW A GOOD THING. Ic is Better Than • Three Ring Clrcng For'the Old and —The <ire«ieia ftos and Pony Show. Those who could not find seats last night at Slpe & Dolman's hospitable canvas hall on High and Tenth streets, camped on the turf in the vicinity of the ring, and wererglad to gat tho cushioned seats thus provided. There were many more people to yell for tbe cute little animal heros and heroine than there were Monday night when sixteen hundred people were made happy. Prol. Blake's sagacious beastiee are worth seeing twice and even three times The band music furnished by Prof. T. A. Ogden and his artistic musicians is worth tbe price of admission. Tbn attendants are courteous and gentlemanly, and the entertain ment is conducted on lines that prom ise to make it a oake-winner. Tbe performance given last night by tbe accomplished creatures under the tutorship of Pro1. Blake waa such as to call out loud applause. The show is the most talked about affair that baa struck the "g string" of popularity in many months It is cnock full of real merit and novelty and is almost In structive as well as a laughter-tnakine entertainment. The company, which Includes forty people, besides the actors, will appear here this afternoon at 3:45, and tonight at 8 o'clock-. Two of tho dogs wfth iblB pleasing- aggregation are former Loganeporl dogs. One ot tbem belonged to John Schilling of the West Side and during the parade it singled him out In tbe crowd on the sidewalk and leaping from the wagon ran to his feet barking with joy. The other dog belonged to Charles Fohrer and when the parade passed his place of business it gave unmistakable signs of recognition This would indicate that even tbe canines, no matter how highly trained remember Logansport as the best town on earth. An Officer Stoned. Patrolman Scarier was engaged in clearing the way for passers by at the tent of Slpe & Dolman on Tenth and High streets laet evening and had just ordered a crowd of young men and boys to move, when he was struck on the side by a stone thrown by some one in the crowd. His injury was not a serious one. Saved by WbUfcy. A man named Moore, employed by Edward Maroney, was bitten by a rattlesnake upon the wrist while plowing one day recently. He was filled with whisky until he passed out of danger. The tolled Socloiy of ChrUtlan Er- dearor and the National Young People's Chris- tlan Union will hold their Fourteenth [nternatlonal Convention at Boston, July 10 to H, 1895. The Wabash Railroad has reduced the rate to one first-class fare for tbe round trip from all stations to Boston for this occasion. For maps of route and guide to Boston write to C. S. CRAME, • Gen'l Pass, and Ticket Ag't,, St. Louis, Mo. Summer Kates to ITIailnknckee. From Logansport, Ind.. beginning May 1, tickets Kold Saturdays good returning Including Monday following date of sale$l; tlcketslgood returning ten daye from date of sale $1.50;tlcketg good returning thirty days from date of sale, $1.65. Family tickets good [or any number ol purchasers, family Including servants and limited to September 30, following date of ealo, 16 trips, $17.50; 40 trips, $20. In addition to the above there will be party tickets Bold to parties of ten or more, going and returning in a body. Rates can be had upon applice- tion to J. G. EDGE-WORTH, Agt. The German Baptist'* Meeting Deca tur, llllnolH. For this oocasion the Wabash Railroad will sell tickets May 24th to to June 3d, inclusive, from all points to Decatur, 111., at one fare for the round trip, good to return any time up to June 30th. This is the only line run- Ing direct to the meeting grounds. Be sure and go via the Wabash in order to save delay and trouble in hanging from one road to another, either before your arrival at Decatur or after. For time table?, printed matter and other information call on or write to any ticket agent of the Wabash or connecting -lines or C. S- CRANE, Gan'l Pass. & Ticket Agt., St. Louis, Mo. Insurance, Loans, , S' M- CLOSSON', 319 Pearl ttreet. Attend our opening tales and eee the finest stock of clothing for all ages in tbe city. Presents .free at Harry Frank's. HTJSSMWT8. D I OLAN'S OPEMA HOUSE. S. B. Patterson, Manager. Wednesday, IVIay S First Appeai-anc-! IK'na ot tie Famous Icirwc Marie Waiawrigbtl Who Will Tien Present for the 20Sch Brilliant Society Drama Daughters Of Eve. Presented witb Gorgeous nndnGre.it Cast. Advance £al*0[»BC Mamlar Morning at Jobnsion's D«c Store. PRICES-lst Floor &0c, .To:. JI. Baleoc/Be, 25c. Boxes, G chairs, $ 0. D OH.N* OPRKA HOL.SK. S. B. PATTERSON". XUSAOK SIGHT ONLY Friday, May 10. The Slaton Jubilee Sing-err WITH ;> ttHIC.tr :i COXTIlAl/TOS a A MAM? QIM KTETTB.- xlvnnco s:i!e opens Tlmrs<I;iy ut Johnston*. Prices as usual. GOOD HEALTH OF HOBOES. Tramps Onernlly In l!i<tt«r Condition T«MMC' Any Other Clas* of IVoplo. Prof. John J. MeOook. of Trinit.v-col- leg-e. in a recent lecture in New Haven'. cSn "The radiological Aspect of tho. . Tramp Problem," pave tbe following^ interesting- facts about the kmjjhls 6£ the roach "New Jersey was the first state to pass a law punishing the professional. tramp and at the same time to define* whet he was. This was in 1STO. Ehodti; Island was the next, and Connecticut' came third. A recent writer .assert^ that there are about ,60.000 trumps llfc the United States. This number is .*., trifle larffe, although it is safe to say that there are over 40,000. Tliis iw larger than the army of Wellington'-**'Waterloo. 'We look on tramps its humwc. wrecks, as driftwood, and yet the majority of them are in the prime of life, and in bettor than the average health- Only SK per cent, of the tramps trans; whom my statistics were gleaned! claimed in the dead of winter, wliDja. the grip was ragiqg, that they were j&j bad health. They arc robust, and wHll fill you with envy, malice, and all other! jealous feelings when you hcar.tlienal snoring at midnight. •'Eighty-one per cent, of tramps-de-. clare that they took to the road be- : cause they were out of a job, and onJtf one man because machinery took lxi» place.. Over CO per cent, ol tho English. tramps are given as taking the road; because of vagrant habfts. The majority of our tramps are of American. birtlL 05 per cent, of 1,342 being of American! parentage and 272 Irish, who xom£> next. Over 100 out of 1,738 trampej could read and write, and :thcy vaEI spend money on the daily new.spapen.; Out of 1,SS9, only 70 are married,'- 67] are widowers, and 8* have .children.; Thirty-eight per cent, say they, woric lor their food, 24 per cent, beg* !t, ana] 50 per cent, that they steal it ' Over «W sleep at cheap lodging houses, and near-, ly 300 in police headquarters. About 100 sleep in boxes." Whlut Ic B Lion** Den- In the Hungarian menageries -etf*- vorite sensation scene is for four wtd«b players to sit down and play a rubber in the lion's den, while a fifth, stand* by to see fair play— on the part of th» lions. I thought, writes Jatnes-'Paya; in the Illustrated London News./I bjc: played whist under all possible circumstances, and in company with the^very strangest specimens of created 'beings, but this experience is beyond me. Some people are made nervous by folks'look- ing over their head, which (unless they are my adversaries) does not affect meat all, but I don't think I should like this from- a lion; the greater attention- he paid me the less pleased I should' feel by the compliment. I am. surc,X should be very much put ouV-cven ilfci were evoked by a mistake of my opponent's—if he roared. Hungarian players do not sc-ero to mind these things. The other day, however, it appears tlue very interesting performance was giveci once too often. The lions, with de'ij- cate forbearance, abstained, it is trne, from interfering with the players, bns they went for the fifth man, whom they doubtless considered superfluous, aiiid made very short work of him. In spito of the selfishness that is often, thougt most unjustly, attributed to card .pi ers, the rubber broke up at once. A Golden BOSTON, Mass.. May 7.— Two thonsaifi friends and admirers of Mrs. Mary A. Livermore, the author and lecturer, congratulated her and her husband, -Jlev. D. P. tivermore. at their home. ic. Melrose on the occasion of the goldcc: anniversary of their marriage. PATSIS. Ky-, May 7.— Bourbon the great trotting sire owned by Jarntt Miller, at Sunny Side, near Paris, dwE. from abscess of the lungs. Hltt «nd Gr*«Iimm lmpro»l»e- WASUD.-GTO.V, May 7.— Eepresent»ti» Hitt of Illinois was reported belt* Tuesday morning. Secretary GreshauA condition also continues to ieaprove-

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