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Logansport Pharos (Newspaper) - October 16, 1890, Logansport, Indiana HARRY FRANK Eo the Front With Desiring to show our appreciation we have concluded to repeat our annual Fall drawing 1st Grand Prize120 Piece Dinner Set Richly Embossed 120 2d Grand Elegant Silver Watch 15 id irand Center Table 15 22 Steel rjiirraviiigs framed worth oO 2J Prizes fiiiiftiuitiiiir to Every Purchaser will receive a ticket for every dollars worth Come early HARRY FRANKS To ue Sure of Lojansport and Delphi COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS THK DADS INDULGE IN LENGTHY DISCUSSION MONEY ifiifiral Inmmuuf ami Loans All kinds of IiMiiiinrt lueoi in tlratcliiKB companies En luwiiuiit inlujUs puruhiiMurl Bonds of surety ship written for purtiUH holdingpOBlMrms of wliorft i required U9 IearlSt S H CLOS8ON If MONEY In linn lo ronu fin longtime lit IowusL Uiitoy in tiii ietalo sfciiily irivtllo inly Sniciul arnuiKenicnta to Huit wialKwi f Ixnmivur W MUNSOX 211 FourlliSt Court House Iull on Momltiyn Kridayn or yaLurclayH MONEY TO LOAN And NV OM in any punt over at Low est niton LittKL1 uniounts at IS per cent GEO B FORGY DR W D SNOW Special Attention liven ti Chronic Diseases niul DisuttHts of Women and Children ELECTJCAL TREATMENT Consultation Free Office 222 Fourth ytreo upstairs Lojrunport Indiana DR G W REDJHIOM Homeopathic Physiciam MO Over Iftn Muriins Juivelry Store DUMOCRATIC MEETINGS Most sensible peo ple want good reasons why they should trade with a Mer chant We have most of Lo gansports best Trade There is some we dont get which we want Those who do trade here knowr why To those who dont let us state that we ask their trade because can give Better Service Better Value and a much Better Assortment This may not be mod esty but it is busi ness Fall and Winter Suitings Overcoat ings and Trouserings on Orators Will Speak 111 tUt Viirloiita TowiiMhlitN The Democratic central committee an nounces the following meetingsto which the voters of nil parties are invited All meetings to be hold in the evening TiirusDAV Orr lliTH L McFiuiin and M P Mnhoncy Washington tp limner school house D Fickle SATURDAY Orr 18th New C Nelson Clay tp Gleiulnle school Kistler and George Burkhart SATLHDAV JIT 25 Twelve Mile Adams vin K liurnhart and F M Kistler Hon Rufus Mngec will spcuk iit the following places oil the diiUS mentioned below Thursday Oct Friday Oct O A R miI Saturday Oct TueKlay Oct Station changed to Mohawk school house Gar roll county Tuesday Oct school house Jefferson township Thursday Oct Nookschojl house Clay township John Gray is agent for the Stuley man ufacturing company underwear in ust urn wool aud nlso keeps the productions of several other factories iu Coboes NY importing Tailor Su cccssor to F M Harwood 311 Market Street Kxerutlve Committee The executive committee of the Demo cratic county central committee willmee at the mayors office on NVeduesday evening Oct 15tb nt oclock Bus iness of importance By order of V C UAXAWALT Chairman M F MAIUVXEY Secy John Gray say a thnt he did not buy his underwear from Mr McKinley He pur chased them last July before the gentle man started in business so no one need fear any advance If people would take the advice ot B F Keosling the druggist they never would start on a journey witnout a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Dirrrcea Remedy It can always be depended upon and is pleasant to take I have two aores of jland oa Michigan avenue Korthside for sale or trade cheap What have you got George Harrison 520 Broadway John Gray talks big on underwear to day but if anyone will look over his stock they will see that he has good rea sons to talk so That Second Track on Canal Hilln and AI lere Ordered Improved Etc Etc When Cullen called the council to order last night all the officers and members were present The minutes of the previous meeting were read and adopted without alteration Upon the recommendation of the police board Jaa Cahill was appointed a member of the police force vice Isaac Guinup resided The report of the clerk of the water works board for the month of September waa read and ordered placed on file Clerk McGovern of the water works board reported an extravagant waste of water by consumers and suggested that the work of reformation begin at the city j building where on account of defective j closets 30000 gallons of water were j wasted every twentyfour hours The suggestion caused the question to be raised as to who is liable for Ihe repairs After considerable discussion the city attorney was instructed to examine Ihe lease and if he flnds that by its terms the city is to keep the closets in repair to report the same to the treasurer who isi to have the work dono immediately A W Stevens contract with the water works board for furnishing the suctiooi pipe and supply mains and making the connection between the Isorthside well and the water works vias concurred in An ordinance for the improvement of Chippewa street from Sycamore lo Pon tiac street was laid over under the rules Mr Scbubacu wns authorized to put down a good cement sidewalk in front of his property on Third street at the ex pense of the city The matter of an tltctric light oc Pleasant Hill avenue in front of the Orphans homewas referred to the electric light committee as was also the petition for aa electric light on Broadway aud Tweutyfirst Claims aggregating were al lowed The matter of the removal of A B Keeports scales was referred to the street committee engineer and attorney The petition for a change of grade for the gutter on High street from Fifth street cast to the alley was referred to the street committee and engineer Upon the proper receipt from the treasurer a deed for lot No 1122 in Sit Hope cem etery was ordered issued to J Z Lud wig Bids for the improvement of Pratt street from Madison street to the C St L P railway Fulton street to Michi gan avenue and the unimproved portion of Smead street were referred to the street committee engineer and attorney with instructions to draw up contracts with the lowest and best bidders and re port the same for ratification at a special meeting of the council Lobe held on next Slouday evening Win Hupp was al lowed 852215 final estimate for the im provement of the UDLiujshed portion of Bates street John Medland was allowed 838082 final estimate for the putting in of a stone culvert on Wright street be tween Srxteenth and Seventeenth streets Mr Osmer reported that the Wabash and Vaudalia companies had agreed to put iu culverts at the crossing on Garden street An ordinance was ordered pircpared making it an offence punisha ble by fine for property owners to lay sidewalks before Qrst having stakes set to indicate the proper grade The clerk of the water works board was instructed to report to the city clerk all bills against delinquent water consumers who may have bills against the city so that their indebtedness may be deducted from the amount due them This action was taken to rencc the cement sidewalk con tractors who are in the habit of using water from the hydrants aud refuse to settle for the Upon the report of Treasurer Brookmeyer that Mr Barnhart was tendered aud refused the amount of damage assessed by the city commissiones by reason of the change of grade of Sixth street necessary to the proper improve ment of said street along the east line of his property the proper committee was ordered to prepare ordinances under the Barrett law for the improvement of the unimproved portion of Sixth aud Ninth streets between Broadway aud Maiket streets and report the same at the speci al meeting of the council f be held Slon day evening next A resolution asking that taxes of exPoliceman Wm Eekert be remitted was referred to the finance committee A resolution asking that the city engineer after conference with the school board furnish an estimaie of the cost of a sewer from the new Westside ischool buimling lo the Wabash river was j referred to the committee on sewers and i fire department The expiration of I the time for laying cement side j walks was extended thirty days Herman Bunker was given until Novem ber loth to finish his contract for the improvement of Pratt street The street committee anj civil engineer were ia i structed to examine the gutter at the southwest corner of High and Fifth streets The alley extending from Fif teenth to Sixteenth between Xorth and j High streets was ordered improved and j the engineer instructed to set the necea sary stakes The alley extending from Broadway to George between Nineteenth and Twentieth streets was ordered im proved and the engineer instructed to set stakes The chairmen of the different committees were instructed to and sign all bills cot later than the Tues day before each meeting of the council Crossings were ordered put down on the east side of Thirteenth on Broadway aud on the east side High on Four teenth street The property owner at the southwest corner of North aad i Fifteenth streets was ordered to improve j the sidewalk and gutter south on i Fifteenth street The city engineer was j instructed to set grade states for the im j provement of Toledo between Fifteenth j and Seventeenth streets The clerk was instructed to order from D Klein Co of Philadelphia from samples furnished regulation overcoats for the members of tie police force tie pay for tie same to be deducted from the salary of each officer at the next pay day The engineer was instructed to readvertise for bids for the improvement of Hum phreys street The grade was ordered raified on the north side of High be tween Seventeenth and Eighteenth streets and the gutter relayed so as to carry off water A resolution for a box culvert across Seventeenth on Toledo street was referred to the street com mittee and civil engineer The street conmittee and engineer were asked to recommend some method for the im provement of alley crossings The mat ter of a plank crossing at the south side of High on Seventeenth street wan re ferred to the itreet committee The or der instructing the Panhandle company to remove the second track on Canal street within a specified time was re voked Council adjourned to meet in special session on next Monday night DDITIONAL ITEMS Mr Ed Gresham of Delphi was in the city yesterday The stone culvert on Wright street lias been completed The people of Peru are trying to secure a streel railway Otto Gresham of Indianapolis was iu the city yesterday Mrs H G Williamson is confined to her home by illness Solimanos new oyster bay is now open Try his stews A B Crampton of the Slonticello Democrat is in the city Eighteen cases were cared for at the Wabash hospital last week Misa the insane girl was committed to Long Cliff today Insure with D A Middleton Office St Elmo building Broadway Ettgltrts new patent Oklahoma breadbaked with steamNo yeast Try it By agreement the TurpieLowe case waa yesterday continued until Nov 6th The employes on the Eel river division of the Wabash were paid off yesterday The Fitch club will meet tomorrow night to practice on the new ballot sya tem A valuable plant was stolen from the yard at OJ Stouffers residence Tuesday night We are offering some good trades iu 1ea Cull and get Foley Mrs S P Sheerin and children are at Louisville Ky for a few days visit with her parents Mr Fred Harlan of Neponset Ills is visiting his aunt Mrs John Colle of the Westside Mr Newby the florist last night pre sented Councilman Berry wilk a box of beautiful roses Logansport coppers are to be well clad Regulation frock coats of blotbeaver cloth have been ordered Samuel Myers an employe of the Lo gansport manufacturing company is ill with congestion of the stomach The Knights of Pythias will give their second monthl3r dance to members and friends at the G A R hall to night A merrygoround is stationed in the vacant lot west of Kreuzbergers liquor establishment on Market street Peru Journal Miss Ella Toomey re turned to Loeansport yesterday after noon after a visit with Mrs Thomas OConnell J B Stanley has closed hia temper ance revival at Deacon and will begin a aeries of meetings at Royal Centre on the evening of the 23d Secretary of State Griffin was In the city yesterday en route from Delphi lo Plymouth he addressed a politic gathering last night The young man who lately made a murderous assault on Marshal Bird of Kokomo has been sentenced to the pen itentiary for six years Bessie the young daughter of Mr and Mrs O J Stouffer is quite ill with ty phoid fever at the family residence cor ner of Fourth ond High streets Miss Emma Berryman entertained n party of friends last evening in honor of her birthday anniversary The occasion was highly enjoyed by all present Judges McConnell and Ward of the Cass and Jasper circuits have exchanged benches during the hearing of several cases in which the former is disqualifie d The workmgman will find by inquir ing of his merchant that the price of goodi is going up What causes it The new tariff law Are wages going up No Mr and Mil Parker Justice and son of Burrows well knowa in this city de parted yesterday fer Toronto Canada where Mr J will attend the Toronto veterinary college C N Robinson the cement walk con turned hie horse in a yard yes terday when the animal rolled on a broken bottle cutting an ugly gash in its abdomen narrowly missing an artery The Pennsylvania company is getting matters into shape to become a competi tor for business out at Peoria and in a manner which will give them a better show for traffic than they have ever be fore been able to obtain It ia stated that through the consolida tion of several of their western under the title of the Pittaburg Cincin nati Chicago and rit LSnis railway com pany the operating eipenses of tie sev eral roads will be reduced about 10 per cent which is quite an item The freight blockades on the Pennsyl vania lines at Pittsburg and east of that point have been raised and business is moving with more dispatch The last four days of last week over three thaus and cars were turned over to the Penn sylvania lines at Pistsburif and in that vicinity tfERLEAPING AMBITION THE REASON WHY MANY PEOPLE j FIND LIFE A FAILURE i Tfcey lare Too Much attd Daring i Army of the Disappointed i Wlio Qars Left tlie Country for the at the Top The stage hero in the conventional drama has a Tvay of getting on in life i that excites my enthusiastic admiration His only parallels In real life are those uncommonly good young men celebrated j by E P Roe and Macatilays remark able Scotchman who If he enlisted be came a sergeant if he was taken into a ware house aa porter he soou became foreman and so on i All onr popular writers would seem to I be in a conspiracy to foster this illusion i The lad who leaves the country for the village or the village for the city Vina DREAMED OP PLOWING THE PKiCP free course to run and be glorified He Is sore to prove invaluable to his employ ers and to rise rapidly through all the grades from junior clerk to junior part ner from roustabout to special traveling agent with big salary liberal allow ances and a swell turn out on the country roads with oilk hat and a shirt that buttons at the back Now what becomes of ail the other fellows They must be fifty times as numerous for any observant traveler can see that moro than fifty times as many youths are aiming Cor these nice places aa the business of the country will sustain in them Almost every smart country boy wants to locate in the villago or small city almost every olerk in the latter longs for the large city Every days trains from New England bring scores of ambitious lads to New York city every boat down the Hudson brings other scores with the drove of stock from the vest comes al ways at least one employe who wants to stay and every coasting schooner that lands at New York loses one of its contribution to the great army of stmgglers Every day 1 see scores of new ones in the park every night that 1 am abroad 1 see them thick about cheap hotels Where is the Samuel Smiles who wrote of those who did not suc ceed Who will relate their sorrows Why 1 will Yes in Horace and Minervas spite 1 will sing the epic of the disappointed Tune was when the popular stories dealt largely with seafaring life the farmers boy read them on rainy days and in nooning hours and while rest ing in the wood or field he dreamed of plowing the briny deep It was the plowing corn at any rate and when he climbed the haystack he sighed for other dimes Rarely very rarely was that dream translated into action and not one time in fifty did the aiperience continue beyond the first voyage The lleaving deck brought the heaving stomach and A Life on the Ocean Wave he found could be sucig svlth far more jollity on dry land while HO foothold for the Sailors Hornpipe vras so sure as the old barn floor To succeed on the sea one must be bred to the exceptions may be counted on the fingers of one hand How the country urchins heart swells at his first circus and how he envies the nice little boys who such pretty somersaults in such elegantly spangled tights If a novel reader his next ambi tion may bo to shoot injuns or be a cowboy to arrive just at the right time to dash madly through the prairie fire and rescue the emigrant maiden from the redskins N American In dian tu his fullblooded state has no natural red in his countenance And the practical part of this dream is often realized for there are many cowboys Their average life as cow boys is three years Not that they all die though many do aa the life is one of frightful exposure but they wear out and quit iu sickness or disgust For the most part it is a life of insupportable loneliness not one young man in fifty can endure it five years But what of the many who seek the great city Ah the great city The cruel treacherous voluptuous Extraordinary Offer to the For Next Saturday Evening Dictionary or Complete Free To every lady purchasing a Jersey Suit and one pair of Shoes No limit as to price Jersey Suits up Shoes 50 cents up Our object in making this sacrifice is to further or better advertise The two most complete Departments Boys Clothing and Shoes in the State under one roof OTTO KRAUS working as deck Lands on steamboats common laborers about western towns or very rarely as substantial fanners in the west Many too many who aim to be clerks or actors or journalists hung about bar rooms and do a little work now and then wait and wait and wait till their market is gone Of all professions none require steadiness and reliability more than the stage and journalism Many a really ablo writer Is sure of poverty be cause a manager cannot rely upon him Ge does splendid work for a nile but just when the pressure is greatest he fails to report Then he is done for And it is astonishing how soon these stage managers and managing editors do leam to recognize such a man at sight They may never have seen or heard of him but to their keen eyes ha might as well have unreliable stamped all over him in ten lino pica Perhaps 5 per cent of all the seekers remain in the city Of these one may make a great success and one or two an average success The others must com pete with the native lads of the city of whom there are more than enough and all sink into inferior positions to stay And yet New York is a good one who has a specialty Let him be master of some one thing even though it be the violin or banjo and there is a place for him But he must be thor oughly the master of it For mediocrity in all lines New York is the best place in America to stay away from Recently I crossed that littlo scallop of green which is dignified with the title of City Hall park because it lies be tween city hall and tho postofflce Broad way and Park row About it there is a faint semblance of rural life It was early forenoon yet every bench waa full Every third or fourth man was asleep and on the face and hands of at least a third of the men there I noted the unmis takable evidences that they were re cently from the country The authorities tell me that there are never less than 60000 able bodied will ing unemployed men In New York These are tho disappointed Of women the surplus is simply frightful for there are 80000 more women than men in New York according to the last es timate Of the eastern people who go RESCUING THE ESnGRAIfT JIAIDEX it does suck them inl How it devours the freshness of country youth How like the fabled maelstrom does it swal i low the unwary and cast them up on distant shores mangled out of all seim j blance to tha original type Why is there no American Hogarth to picture the Borrows and trials of the apprentice and clerk in New York or other citte BO Juvenal to lash their follies no Jotiu to give new on the i of Human Wishes Of all the young seekers who reach j New York and I suppose it is the same tn other cities a large majority simply pass on They remain from three weeks to three months spend all their money i and all they can borrow and then pass i on With rare exceptions they ikre ashamed to return to their natrre places and so they go to the westward according to the natural Instinct of the Aryan Of the minority which remains a year or two a very large majority finally pass on They may be found driving teams in tha coal I mines of Peniurrlvama or farther vest EVERY BEXCH WAS FTJIi west the proportion of the successful is greater of course because the rapidly growing west honors the drafts made upon it He who can get a fairly good place and hold on is reasonably sure of a tide that will float him high Character of course tells in the west as every where else but the exceptions are more numerous there As the life that now is may be characterized as s mixed game of chance and skill so the section in which chance is the more a factor is tha Geld for the more daring I have in my minds eye one peculiarly brilliant in stance of success in spite of character but it is not to be taken as a modeL He Tras vrhen I first knew him in In diana a MethoOist exhorter aad thought to be on the road to the regular minis try but he backslid and joined the piirty ran for the legislature and vnis badly beaten became a Reform er was defeated again went to Mis souri and kept a railroad saloon ran off with another mans wife and went to the mining regions There he got the option of a wildcat mine and sold it to some confiding Englishmen for swindled his pals out of most of the swag bought a county and went to the territorial legislature There he took high ground in favor of retrench ment and reform and sold his vote and influence to a railroad company worked j through the legislature an act of incor poration for s concern in ivhich he waa a silent partner then sold out bis part ners and everybody else and the last I Aeard of him he was a rich and Influen tial citizen the owner of thirteen gooJ barroom sites the dictator of politics in ODDS AND END3 There are 000 children excluded from jho New York city schools for lack of soat ng capacity Clement Q Morgan the colored graduate of Harvard Is lecturing lu Connecticut on the educational needs of the south A manufacturing city modeled after Pullman bo built on 8000 acres of laud adjacent to Minneapolis It is asserted that until tbc recent acci dent the Rending railroad had never lost a passenger who remained lu his seat Queen Victorias fortune was increased to the extent of nearly half a million dol lars last year through the crowns share of estates that have reverted Iowa raises ius school money by counties More than Is raised annually Illinois appropriates as a state and raises by local taxation Frank SOD of Dr T De Witt Talmage is studying for the ministry In the mean time he is making arrangements for a lecturing tour that will take lo most of the large cities of the country Mr Stanley will deliver his first lecture In NTew York in the Metropolitan Opera house on Nov 11 The subject will be The Rescue of Emln tuc Forests the Pigmies aud the March Across Africa The returns are not all in but from the large freshman classes entered so far as heard from it seems that the increase in college attendance the post four years has been greater than that of the countrys population The gulf of Georgia is the bod of between the mainland of British Columbia and Vancouver Island It la really a north ward extension of Puget sound It is a sound or channel rather than a gulf 100 miles In length and at points twenty miles broad The Indian government has published a return showing that in the years 1SST 1S68 and ISSfl 3T2 males and females were tortured hy Dacoits in the central division of Upper Burmah One hundred and eight een coses resulted in death A search for the oldest clergyman in England shows that the Rev John Elliott vicar of Rnndwick will be 100 in three months He preached up to the age of 95 regularly ami occasionally last year lie goes to church now regularly every Sun and occasionally visits parishioners Who gave the first kiss Probably Adam bestowed it upon Eve jut the first record ed osculatory is mentioned in the twentyseventh chapter of Genesis where Israel kissed Jacob supposing him to be Esau In case of cremation which is becoming quite common the funeral oration Is pro nounced at the church or dwelling the relatives conveying the corpse to the crem atory where they occupy scats In the chapel during tha incineration of the re mains Joseph MedilL editor of The Chicago Tribune is reputed to be one of the richest newspaper men in the United States his fortune being estimated at from to He bos three daughters but no son to succeed him in thelarge busi ness he bas built up He is 05 years of age and spends from eight to hours a clay In The Tribune office ATTENTION DEMOCRATS Q Twenty million acres of the land of the Unitpd States are held by Be Sure If you have made up your mind to 14 Hoods Sarsaparflla do not be induced to tal4 any other Hoods Sarsaporllla Is a pecullat medicine possessing by virtue of its peculiar combination proportion aad preparation curative power superior to any other article A Boston lady who knew what she wanted and whose example is wortbr imitation tellj her experience belmr To Get In one store where I went to buy Hoods Sarsapariua the clerk trteii to induce me boj their own instead of Hoods be told me tbelr9 would last longer that I take it on ten days trial that U I did not like it I need not pay anything etc Buthe could not prevail on me to change I tofd oim I knew what HoodsJSarsaparilU was I bad taken it utiafled witli it and did not want any Hoods When I btgan talcing Hoods I was feeiing reai MiiermbU cafferiaft great deal uyjpepsia and to weak Jimea I could hardly stand I looked and had for some time like a person in con sumption Hoods SarsaparSla did me much good that iTrondcr at myself and my Irieads frequently peak of it MJtm ELLA A GOFF 6t Terrace Street Boston Sarsaparilla kr C I HOOD CO ApotheeulM IxrwtE XaM IOO Dollar to be Held Pmrtlre the KlrrtUn Law As it is desirable hat every Democrat in Cass county should understand the provisions of Indiana s tew election law it has best to bold practice meetings in the various voting in order to make the workings plain to one and all Such will take place on TLESUAY OCT 28 1890 At 2 oclock iu the afternoon except in the city of Logansport which will be held at ocloct in the evening of the same day At all of such meetings sample and county tiokcts will be provided rubber stamps and pads and the manner of stamping your ballots and folding the same will be plainly explained by your committeeman or some one competent lo do so It 13 earnestly desired that these meet ings be attended by every Democratic voter as many mistakes are liable lo made and consequently many thrown out if voters do not fully under stand the new law The meetings will be held at each and every one of the 44 voting precincts of the county at the time indicated Voters should RO their own votine preciucl By doing so they will learn the firsl les son under the new law where they are lo vote Hespcctfully V C HAN AW ALT Chairman Dcin Ccn Committee Crnlral Committee The Democratic county central com mittee consist ing of the fortyfour mem bers will hold a meeting at the Fitch club room on Saturday October 25tb at 1 oclock p m Aa this will be the last meeting before the election it is import ant that every member be present V C HAXAWALT Chairman M F MAHONEV Secretary Election Tmke The Democratic election officers ot the various precincts of Cass county are urged to attend a meeting to be held at the council chamber in on Saturday Oct 18th at 1 oclock p m Object of the meeting to instruct election officers as to their under the new law All Democratic clerks and sheriffs are expected to attend without fail By order of V C HAUAWAJT Chairman Dem Central Com VOTE the straight Democratic ticket It is composed of worthy men and stead fast Democrats SURE CURE FOR CATARRH FOR OVER FIFTY YEABS this old Sovereign Remedy has rtood the test and stands today the known remedy for Catarrh Cold in the Head and Headache Fenut in iU me mat it will effect a cure no matter of how long standing the case be For sale by drnnuU INSTALLMENT PLAN Stoves Sold on and Monthly Payments CaJI at Market Street FOSTER BfllLEY
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