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January 29, 1898

Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 19

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WEBER, The Merchant! Tailor, does 'first dags -work, Stylish and well flt- Hngclotheii made. Cleaning and repair- tax neatly clone. See him. 324 PEARL STREET. Kroeger & Strain. LTISIDRRTAKRRS C»1U promptly attended to Day or Night, TKIiSPHONB—Offloe. M. Kroejfer, 1« . M. SETH M-VELSEY Loans Money at 6 per cent. Makes Abstracts and •Writes Fire. Tornado and Pla-te Glass Insurance. W. J. Barnett, 8ucce. BO rtoc.L.woii, Undertaker, Embalraer and Funeral Director. «7 Market street. Calls attended day or nlKht. The fl»est outfit In the U.S. Col. 0. L. wou, will remain with me. Phones When You Need an ABSTRACT or a LOAN —GO TO— F H. Wipperman, WWIFourth BCwt Opp. Court House Entrance. DR. F. M. BOZBR'S DENTAL PARLORS. •Over City National Bank Oom«r of Fourth and BroadwiT •Central •el«i*one No Offloe MS, residence 348 •&H.QRAOE.D.D.S. DENTAL PAELOR8, 316 Marfeet Street. Haw AJtiminlte Rubber Plates. Buy and Sell Second Hand Goods. Give ug a call. [209 8th street D. E. DELZELL, Dentist, 4i6 MARKET STREET 'Upstairs over Bruggeman's Millinery Store. Private Monej to Loan No Delay- C- 0- HEFFLEY, Insurance and Loans. *»S fourth »tr«et. OITY NRWS. Cloaks «nd capes at just one-half former prices—Golden Rule. Arthur Gimmell has returned from •Cambrldgo for a short vacation. Clinton Baker, of Elwood, is in the city for a short visit with relatives. Mfa. M. Barnard and sister, Miss Hay Diamondstone, are visiting at Chicago. Harry Webster, of Fulton, who has Ijeen visiting friends here, returned home today. B. Glancey and C. Robinson have .purchased the barber shop at Twelfth tnd Spear streets. The Cooking club was entertained today by Miss Anna Lux, at her borne on Eel Blver »venue. B. F. Tllley has removed fiom Harrison township to the city, hav. lug purchased property on College street. It Is the practice of some parties not members of secret societies and those who have been expelled to jidorn themselves with emblems of the different orders and wear them upparentiy with little thought that they are Ignoring a state law prohibiting it. Dr. Gilbert read a paper on "Belladonna and Its Uses" before the Cass County Medical society Thursday evening, and there was a lengthy discussion of the question. The society vrlllmeet next on February 24th, irhen papers will be read by Drs. Hermann, Cady and Lybrook. Electrician Warner says tbat the blaze in the casement of the Fisher building, on Fourth street, Thursday Homing, was not due to the crossing of electric light wires, but the result of a cigar stump which was carelessly drooped throngh the grating Into & pile of excelsior in the cellar. Harry Warvel, aged 18, who has l>een employed in ihe office of the Worth Judson News, has disappeared. Mr. J. Don Gorrell, editor of the jjews, was in thecity-yesterday.look- Ing for his "devil," Mr. Gorrell says line youngster had about f 115 on de- jwsit in the bank ac Wlnamac, bat had checked it all out. His mother is anxious to learn something of his thereabouts. WERE HERE, But "The Hearthstone" Did Not Show Last Sight. i Blf! Bluff Called by Manager Dolan —A Misrepresentation. Notwithstanding the fact that Mr. Dolan cancelled the date of "The Hearthstone" company here and so telegraphed the manager at Fort Wayne, that aggregation blew in yesterday and after many threats of damage srtts and the like, blew out- again. That -'The Hearthstone" company Is touring the country under false colors Is shown by the following letter to Mr. Dolan, on the strength of which he booted the plsy: "NEiW YOKE, July 13, 1897. "William DolKB, Esq., Logansport, Ind.; "Dear Sir:—Kindly give me your open two weeks, January mh to 24th, for above attraction. Will carry strong company (18 people), specially engaged and personally renearaed by Mr. Herne. Will carry all scenery and properties used In the production, and everything will be up to Mr. Heme's standard. Kindly advise me at once, with very best terms. "Yours truly, "p. L. WHEELER, "158 W. 36th street." AN EYE-OPENER. Wm, Dolan was not aware tbat he was being Imposed upon until Thursday, when Harry Hardy, a representative of Messrs. Miner and Herne, arrived in advance of "Snore Acres." A statement by Mr. Hardy to the effect that Mr. Herne has no connection whatever with "The -Hearthstone," wtaich was written by him years ago and presented under the title of "My Colleen," served as an eye-opener. The statement of Mr. Hariy wast backed up by cQe following .letter from Messrs. Miner and Herne: "Hew York, Jan. 8, 1898. "To Thu .trloal Manag-era and Dramatic Editoni: "Owing to numerous mlsrepressnttt- tiona that are being made in regard to James A. Herne and his "Shore Acres" companies, we deem It but just that you should kaow that we are In no way connected with Mr. Fanrell and "The Hearthstone Co." This organization is using Mr. Herne'9 picture and starring his name without our authority. "'The Hearthstone' was written by Mr. Herne for Mr. Farrell some years ago, and was formerly played under 'bhe title of 'My Colleen'. "Respectfully yours, "MINER & HERNE." Toney Farrell, owner of the play and the star of the company, says he has a right under a contract to use Mr. Mr. Herne's name and picture on the bills, if he so desired, and would bring suit against Miner & Herne for damages. "My show has been out twenty-two weeks," declared Mr. Farrell to a repreaenlditive of tue Pharos, "anJ if I had no rights!, Miner would have stopped me long ago ago. The fact of the business is that Miner is sore because we have been making money, while their 'Shore Acres' company No. 2, the one that will visit Logansport, has not made a dollar." The Wilson Case. In the matter of the indictment against Jumes !3. Wilson for embezzlement, Judge Chase granted a motion to correct 'the record so that it will show tlmt the case had been dropped by order of the then prosecuting attorney, John W. McGreevy. It will be remembered that James S. Wilson was once engaged in the milling and grain business here, and that when he tailed he was Indicted for embezzlement. It was alleged that he sold wheat at the mill belonging toJames Muratney,of Clinton township, for 11,200, and ap- proprlatad the money. Wilson Is now filling thu position of car tracer lor the 0. & 0. railroad compiny with headquarters at Ricnmond, V<t. He also has inn office at Cincinnati. Etls son-ln-iaw, George Stevens.ls general manager of the C & 0. railroad. Wilson |was tried only OQ the complaint of a farmer whose name is not now recalled, for embezzlement, and acquitted. Other indictments, including the one returned at the Instigation of Mr. Mummey, were then thought to have been nolle prjssed, but as the record was not clear on that point, Mr. Mummey's attorneys, Lalry & Mahouey and McConnell & Jenkines, opened the matter up iu the hope that t&ey. would be able to secure a re-arraignment of the ex- miller. It is said that Judge Chase'3 ruling does not dispose of the case. Notice. Maple Camp No. 2, Woodmen of the World. Special meeting will be held on Monday evening, January 31st, to make arrangements for reception of Grand Manager Farmer of Omaha. Every member is expected to be present. Smoke the^dclunbia cigar ADDITIONAL ITEMS. Born to Mr. and Mrs. David Heckard, of Noblo township, a son. For the best laundry work try Mai ben & Vlney. Both phones. You can buy a jacket or cape at just one-half former price at the Golden Eule. Miss Nellie Adams, of 809 North street, entertained a number of friends at whist last evening. Miss Bula'E Barcus, of Lafayette, Is a guest, of her uncle, E. H. Barcus, and wife, of 1620 North street. Joseph G. Funk, of Clay township, has been appointed administrator of the estate of the late Samuel McKinzie. There is a pocketbook at police headquarters that was doubtless lost by some lady. It contains a small sum of money. Otto Kraus and Mrs. Julius Kauffman are entertaining their sister, Mrs, Helen May and daughter, Miss Tillie, of Frankfort, Mich. While at work In the CarneyJgravel pit yesterday, John Thomas sustained a fracture of the right leg below the knee. He is at St. Joseph's hospital. Daniel Watts was acquitted of the charge of assault and battery, preferred by S. A, Michael. The trial occurred yesterday afternoon in the mayor's court. Sergeant Morris found a woman's black dress last evening in an -alley near the Johnston hotel. The owner may have same by calling at police headquarters. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Schner entertained the members of the C. C. club last evening at their home, 605 Linden avenue. The club will meet next week with Dr. and Mrs. Ballard. On February 4th Maple Camp, Woodmen of the World, will entertain Hon. Charles C. Farmer, of Omaha, Neb., one of the leading spirits of the order, A public meeting will be held and Mr. Farmer will deliver an address. A dlistressing acclient happened on Ede avenue yesterday. Master John Clark, of Peru, who is visiting bis uncle, James Murphy, of 1227 Erie avenue, fell while running with a slick in his hand, and the point of the stisk entered his scrotum, caua- Ing a dangerous wound. He is under the care of Dr. Hetherlogtcn. Judge Chase ruled In favor of tha plaintiff in the suit of Stephen Lyon against Lewis Ray and gave the former a judgment for 135, the price of seven tons of hay, which was taken as the. property of Al Lyon, a brother of the plaintiff Stephen Lyon is now serving a sentence In the Columbus, Ohio, penitentiary tor passing counterfeit money. The Super Excellent degree of Masonry was conferred by the local lodge upon H. S. Trick, Charles E. Wagnsr and George Flanegan,of this city, and E. Moore, N. G. Daken, E. A. Rogers, W. A. Banks, Charles Bosserman, J C. Ritcher, C. Davidson andJ. "W. Pnttinger, of Laporte, Thursday evening. A banquet followed the ceremony. The one great comedy triumph of the present year in New York will be seen at Dolas's opera house Tuesday, Feb. 1st, when Hoyt's "A Stranger In New York," presented by Hoyt & McKee's musical comedy company, and uinder the personal direction of tnat firm, will appear. In every way the production will be an exact duplicate of that given in New York at the G-arrick and at Hoyt's. The greatest care has been exercised in selecting the cast, which includes such great popular favorites as Otis Harlan, the rollicking "Hot Stuff" of Hoyt's "A Black Sheep;" William Devere, the Editor of the Tombstone Inscription of the same comedy, and Anda Boyd, the famous Widow of Hoyt's "A Trip to Chinatown." There: are many other clever comedians, a host of pretty girls: the stage settings magnificent and the costumes new and beautiful. Dark Days. The person who by overwork or ex- cessssi has brought on a condition of nervous prostration, nervous debility aod loss of vigor is ' greatly to be pitiecl. There is no affliction worse than this, because it affects body and mind and ultimately every part of the human system. The days are dark, and the nignta full of woe. But you should not despair, for you can certainly be cured. Write at once to Dr. Greene, 148 State street, Cnlca,go, Ills., he Is the most successful physician in the world in the cure of this class of disea,ses, and be treated and cured at your home. You can consult him by letter, free. His reply will do you wonders of good. Do not put off writing him one day longer. Wanted. Ma,nager. Old established house desires active, intelligent man to mamige branch in Logansport. Investment of 1500 to tl.OOO required. Good man can earn Large income. We help to start business, and solicit full investigation.—0. H. Spauldlng, general agent, 65 Baldwin block, In- dianiipolis, Indiana. DESOCK1TIC PRIMARIES. The Democratic voters of Cass county and all others wdo desire to co-operate with them in opposition to the perpetuation of gold mono- metallism and corporation rule in politics, are hereby notified to meet in primary convention, at the usual place or holding such meetings, on Saturday, February I2tb, 1S9S, for the purpose of selecting members or the Democratic county central committee and choosing delegates to the state, congressional, joint-senatorial and joint-representative con- veations of the party, the time for holding which to be announced later. One member of the county central committee Is to be chosen for each voting precinct in the county. The basis of representation for the state convention has been fixed at one delegate for every 200 votes cast for William Jennings Bryan at the election in 1896, and under such apportionment the wards and townships of the county are entitled to the following representation: No. Votes. Adams **' * Bethlehem 89 1 Boone 2SU i Clay " 9 * Clinton - ] - 1 1 DeerCreek - - 4 $ * Harrison 228 1 Jackson -^ 1 Jefferson 16 ° 1 Miami 144 } No. Dele. Tipton ...... ...................................... 33S 2 Washington ............................... 214 1 First Ward .................... - ............ - "59 Second Ward ................................... 3- s Third Ward .................................. «6 2 Fourtk Ward ................................. «W 2 Fifth Waru .......... .......................... 675 2_ Total ............... - ........................ ^ w 2 * The ratio of representation for the other conventions will be one delegate for every 150 votes cast for William J. Bryan, and under such apportionment the several wards and townships will be entitled to the following representation in the congressional, joint sanatoria! and joint representative conventions; Adams, 1; Bethlehem, 1; Boone, 2; Clay, 1: Clinton, 1; Deer Creek, 2; Harrison, 2; Jefferson, 1; Miami, l; Noble, 1; Tipton, 2; Washington, 1; First ward, 4; Second ward, 2; Third ward, 3; Fourth ward, 2; Fifth ward, 4. The meetings In the townships will be held at 2 o'clock p.m., and in the wards of the city at 7:30 p. m. PLACES OF MEETING. Adams township, Twelve Mile. Bethlehem, Metea. Boone, Royal Center. Clay, Shady NOOK. Clinton, Clymers. Deer Creek, Center school house. Harrison, Lucerne. JacKson, Galveston. Jefferson, Galloway's school house. Miami, New Waverly. Noble, New Court Room, city. Tipton, Walton. Washington, Center school house. First ward, Engine house. Second ward, New Court Room. Third ward, Council Chamber. Fourth ward, North street engine house. Fifth ward, Engine house. The precinct committeemen chosen are called to meet at the court house, in the city of Logansport, on Saturday,February 19th, 1898, at 1 o'clock p. m., to organize and elect offloers. BBNJ. F. LOUTHAIN, Chairman Dem. Gen. Com. M. A. LITTLE, Sec. Titles of Ward Schools. There is an agitation in some parts of the country In favor of changing the titles of ward schools from numbers to names. That is Instead of First, Second or Third ward, Grant, Jefferson, Lincoln and oo on. There is more in the Idea than might present itself at first thought. The schools could be christened with proper exercises indelibly impressing upon the mindis of the pupils the characteristics of the lives of the pa.triots a'ter whom they were named The plan need not be confined to the city, It could be made to take In every school in the country. The Dog Tax. The new dO;er law is now in effect. When the assessor starts out In the spring he is required to list all dogs and collect the tax at once, "spot cash." The following is the law relative thereto: "And such person is so assessed the sum of one dollar feu each male dog, and the sum of two dollars for each additional male dog, and the sum of three dollars for each female dog so owned, harbored or kept." Cured the Eruptions Her Blood Mlade Pure by Hood's. " We have used Hood's SarsapariUa in oar family for tiome time with, very best results. It?teiin:d my little girl of scrof nla and I have given it to our baby for eczema and it entirely stopped the eruptions. We recommended Hood's SarsapariUa to many of our Mends." Mas. BOSALTSB Loyd, Indiana. Eemember Mood's SarsapariUa Is the best— in fe«t the One Tme Blood Purifier. Pills corf) ftll lirerias. X cents. PETER MAHER. Stf Iriilmmn Ke»dy to ilnunon* or Corbett. Flt»- Peter Maher has been systematically training under the direction of Peter Lowery and is in superior condition. He announces his readiness to flgbt Fiuslm- moDs or Corbett, but does not care to meet what he calls small fry. When Muddsn first brought Maher to this country, he set him against the hardest kind of game. He tackled Fitzsimmons as a starter. . Maher had barely entered the ring before Fitz swiped him on the jaw. knocking him to his knees instantly. Peter was as big a warrior then as he is now. Tho blow was; a stunner, but it failed to feaza tho young Irishman, He was up in a jiffy and oop- ped Fitz on the point of the jaw. It. was a stinginf; trip hammer 'smash, and Fitz reeled around the ring like a drunken roan. If Maher had followed up this blow, he would have defeated Fitz. Fate was against him, however. Luck was with Fitz, and the story of bow he punched Maher with his left until the Irishman finally became disgusted and quit is an old story. Shortly after this defeat Maber met Joe Goddard and was slaughtered again , losing in throe rounds. After this defeat it looked as though Peter would never do, but he plucsily turned in and whipped an army of second raters, which brought him to the front once again. His second fight with Fite followed. Circumstances operated against bis chances once again. He trained in the north, and when he went south for the battle the alkali in the Bio Grande basin nearly blinded him. Fits put him out for the second time with a punch. Yv'hen his eyes recovered, Peter met Choynski and knocked him out in a hard fought battle. Tom Sharkey next undertook to lower the Irishman's championship colors, but Maber turned the tables on him. When the police interfered, Peter was battering the sailor axound the ring in great shape. _ YOUNG HARRY WRIGHT. Bright Outlook For the Son of the Father of Baseball. The devoted admirers of Harry Wright, the father of baseball, are interested .in the success of his son in the national game. Young Harry has played with a number HARET WRIGHT. •f amateur clubs around Philadelphia and is a student at the University of Pennsylvania. He is in training with other candidates for the university baseball team. Chain Wheels In Evidence. Those bicycle manufacturers who have not a cbainlass model for the coming season, but who are content to trust their fortunes to the chain machine, do not expect to experience a lull in the chain machine market as a result of the invasion of the Chuinless. CHECKER AND CHESS. Checker Problem No. *60. Whlte-12, 21, 52, 25, 26, 27, 28, 80. m B\ Black-2, 5, 7, 11, 13, Black to play and iirin. Cliess Problem No. 460. 15, 19. SVhite. White to play and mate in SOI.CTIOSS. Checker problem >To. 459: White. 1.. 6to 2 2..13 to 16 S.. 2to 7 4.. 1 to d 5.. 6 to 10 8..20 to 16 7. .ID to 14 8.. TtolO 9..14 to 9 10.. 9 toil 11..14 to 9 12. .16 to 12 13. .12 to 8 14.. 9 to 14 IS..It to 17 Chess problem Kb. 469: White. l..B,toB6 si*** four moves. Black. 1. .26 to 23 2..12 to IS 8..11 to 15 4. .14 to 18 S..18 to22 6,.23 to26 7..22 to 25 8, .26 to 23 9..25to22 J0..22toIS U..23 to 27 12. .27 to 24 18..18 to 23 14. .24 to 28 J6..1iiol8 BTTUW Bfeck. THR New Fornitnre Store. Or. Market, 5th and Erie Sta. Look at this Bargain. This entire 3 piece Bed Room Suit Finished Oak, Well Made, worth twenty dollars, our price is G 1 O Ck(~\ only . OI<&.€*U The 'Dresser alone is worth all we ask for the entire Suite A Car Load^ p ^""~ —of the Celebrated— Estey Bed Room Suites Will arrive ia. a few days which we will place on sale at special reduced prices for a limited time only. If you will have to purchase a Bed Room Suite this spring you should taice advantage of this sale. 25 different styles to select from. The Logansport Commercial High School. If T»U irlek if gecur* a position to work lor Experience Only. MONT attend **>• LoeauHport Commercial High Seh*ol If you wish to secure a position that will par you from $ 1 to $i per week. Don't attend the JjOganeport Commercial High School- If you wish to attend a School where you can hare plenty of fun. do as you please, *nd have a"SotTlme"ln ganeral,O..n't attend the I/ORajuwport Commercial BlKK School But, if you wish to attend an I T n f ft !)•*» School where you will receive ^>V * w "«««• the best Instruction and tlie best preparation. for the responsibtli •• les of life: wuere you will receive a thorouch mental and moral discipline and tr&inmir that will develop yo> r Intellect, arouse your ambi ion and equip you so that you may live worthily, thai you may lead a life of usefulness and that your life may b» crowned with the laurels of SUOOCM, t»« esteem of your fellow men and the approbation of your own conscience, then, Attend The Logansport Commercial High School. M. W. MURPHY J. W.BOOKB 0yer S21, 323 and 335 Fourth Street. REMOVED Into the Block »n Pearl street, formerly occupied bj Harry Tucker where you are iarited to call and see a fine lice of Winter Woolens For Suitings and Orer- coatings that oannot be fceat. W n . V. Merchant Tailor. Pearl St.Next to Dr. Bell's Offiot. lie Detective Wins TM, tb* doteettf* 1*0, the ttory of how fa* did * fe one of th« mo* e*citfa« < told. YoncanMftdlti&l •olnam*. A Conflict of Evidence It Ottolengtrf, th« unXUur at" '.;>*<- ArtMt in CrfeiM," Md MM the *tronceat wvitam •< <

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