Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on May 9, 1894 · Page 8
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 8

Logansport, Indiana
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Wednesday, May 9, 1894
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Cloak and Cape Sale. •OTDg this day bought of a large Cloak Manufacturer their entire line of Cloaks and Capes, of 4G8garmeats, at 50c on the dollar, W e will place them on *a&Q~ tomorrow at prices that you will be glad to see. VBe on hand early and get first choice, SGHMITT & HEFFLEY THE GAS MEETING. A LARGE AND ENTHUSIASTIC CROWD. Dr, llalterr'* Ileilgnatlon a« Director Accepted and It. C, D. Read Clionen to Sur.cecd IIlin-i)r. ,11. A Jordan Itecommcuded for the Presidency mid Weldoii Wcbmer for Vleo-Prcn- ideut—The Directors Divot and Act. PITS. PUS. I AM HEADQUARTERS FOR Kinds of Paints If you are going to use any Paints COME AND 'SB 3 ME. I keep the largest and best stock of Paints «, id Painter's Supplies in Indiana, I make a specialty •o^'this line of goods and am ia a shape to sell you any%, ring in the line for leas money than it is possible for any competitors to do. I WILL SAVE YOU MONEY. Wo Matter How Large or Small a Quantity m>1 Paints You Want Come and See Me .- v « .-,. B. F. KEESLING, 3O5 Fourth St. LOG ANSPORT, IND. BEFORE. AFTER. • • we taken the agency for the HERO SHEEP PROTECTOR, and have * tail stock of the Sools in eight. These protectors are guaranteed to give /rotootlon to the sheep as against does. We have received our Seeds for the *S*»ason of 1894, ana have them ready to sup- ?r>ly our customers on demand. We nanaie Nothing but LANDRETH'S SEEDS and as all $f our old stock has been burnt, our custom- «rs may rest assured that they will get fresh, n goods. We have a full variety of Garand Field Seeds also Flower Seeds. We have also a full line of Harness and 'Carriage Goods, and a full line of Turf and Sporting Goods! In fact we have everything «Jiiat goes with a horse and carriage. Don 1 forget the old place, 424 BROADWAY. Geo. Harrison. For the BEST!WALKING SHOE for $1,25 see WRLKER & RflUOH 420 Broadway. IF IN NEED Get your Letter Heads, Bill Heads. Statements, Envelopesjand everything you need in the printing line at the JOURNAL OFFICE. DAILY JOURNAL WEDNESDAY MORNING MAY 3. ..in—iii—iii—in—111—in." More new carpets opened at the Trade Palaco. The Cass County Normal school will open July 16. Dr. Holloway'eolIIca in the Progress block, corner 4th and Market streets. Pay your subscription to tho new gas company. The first Installment is now due. Purify tho blood, tono tho nerves, and give strength to tho weakened organs and body by taking Hood'a Saraaparllla now. A good girl wanted for housework, good cook, German preft>rred. Good wages paid. Inquire May Butterworth, No. 319 Pearl street. The pupils ot St. Joseph's Parochial School are preparing- a very Interest ing program which will be rendered May 23 and 24, for their seventeenth annual Commencement. Thos. Dunfoe, tho bar tender at McHale's waa "put through" the intricacies of the secret work of the Bar Tenders Union last night. The union made an evontof the initiation. £ Hereafter all claims against the city must be flled by 12 o'clock noon, of the Monday proceeding the regu lar meeting of the Council so that the claims committee can examine them. Those Interested in the study of Gorman should not fall to attend the free explanatory lessons to bo given at Hall's Business College, Tuesday Wodnossday, May S and 9, at 8 o'clock p. m., and 4;SOp. m, Mrs. Anna Gorham McSheehy, mother of Mr. H. J. McSheehy, of this city, died at the residence of her daughter, Mrs. Curtis at Lafayette, last Saturday morning, aged 85 years. Bosldua the two children mentioned above she waa tho mother of Hon. Thos. McSheehy, of Freemont. O., and of C. E. McSheehy, editor of the Den, vor World. Amusement seekers should not miss seeing KzraKendall in -'A Pair of Kids" at the opera house on Thursday night. There Is a quaintness about ;ho • old countryman 1 ' that IB irresist- abe and tho audience is kept in con- .inual good humor throughout tho performance. In the company are ,he well known little soubrette Miss Jennie Dunn, Gilbert Sarony, the La Verde Sisters, John Magee and other loroedy specialists. The Weather Today—Warm wiLh ocfil shower*. Have You Ever Noticed That Our HATS. The meeting of tho stockholders of the now gas company, held at the Council Chamber last evening, was well attended. Two hundred and forty-three votes were cast and many were present who declined to express a preference. The Council Chamber, the corridors and tho Mayor's office were pretty well crowded. Welf?oi Webster, ae temporary chairman of tho Board, called the meotlnfj to order and nominated Mayor Read for permanent chairman. Mayor Read was chosen by acclamation. The socretaty then read the minutes of tho last two meetings of the Board containing the resignation of Dr. H. D. Hattery and the reference of the presidency to the stockholders. Henry Kruck moved that tho resignation be not accepted but afterwards changed his motion to read "bo accepted" so that the vote could be yes, and DO. A call of the stockholders each to vote according to his shares according to law, was ordered by Chairman Head over the protest of Ed Kearney, recently a candidate in the First Ward. On motion it was ordered that every one present vote by ballot giving name, vote, number of shares and proxies, if any. The ballot showed 2-13 stockholders voting, 160 in favor ot accepting the resignation and 83 against it. Tho 160 voting "yes" voted 1,427 shares. and the 83 voting "no" voted 485 shares. The tellers in summing up made a variation. Both agreed as to "no's." but one had 1,451 "yeas," ard the other 1,427. Tho lowest figure is here given. The chair declared the resignation accepted and called /or nominations to fill tho vacancy. B. C. D. Read and W. T. Wilson were placed In nomination. Mr. Wilson declined, stating that this was a time when everybody ought to vote tho democratic ticket. Ho called attention to the fact that an evening paper, the organ of the old gas company, had asserted that tho Journal was actuated by political motives and he believed the stockholders ought to disprove this charge. John E. Barnes moved that the selection of B. C. D. Road, ae director to succeed Dr. Hattery bo made by acclamation an it was unanimously carried. Mayor Read mado a speech accept. Ing the trust and pledging loyalty. It was then announced that a recommendation for the presidency was In order and John E. Barnes moved that Dr. Jordan be recommended, There was no other nomination and the chair put the motion by acclamation and It was carried. Dr. Jordan responded In a few words thanking the stockholders for tho honor and pledging himself to tho cause. Weldon Webster was recommended for vice president and he aleo pledged himself to the new enterprise. After tho stockholders meeting, the directors met and ratified the action of the stockholders and adjourned to meet Thursday evening next. The Board now stands M. A. Jordan, president; Woldon Webster, vice president and theso two and John E. Barnes, B. F. Keeeling. B. C. D. Reaci, Henry Kruck, James Q'Connell, Alex Hardy and E. A. Hall, directors. The Journal Is satisfied with the situation and urges every subscribers to pay up at once. These citizens will lookout for the public welfare and if they make any mistake the Journal will call attention to It. Everybody pay up. The new company is a success and the stockholders should not delay matters. Pay your first Installment today. Local IJnlon C. B. Meeting. The Local Union Christian Endeavor meots Wednesday evening, May 9th at the First Presbyterian Church, at 7:30 o'clock. Dr. Scott, Judge Ba'dwln and Mayor Bead will give short addresses on C. E. from a business point of view, so let every Endeavor be present to hear them After these addresses Important business will be transacted. Canton, Attenilo»! A special meeting of Canton Lo- ganaport, I O. 0. F., will be held at the armory this evening at 8:15 sharp for the purpose of installing officers and transacting other Important business and the consideration of some important matters. All Chevalier* are ordered to be present at .thiB meeting. D. H, CHASB, Capt. THE PROGRESS. The Largest and Best Lighted Clothing 1 House In the City of Logansprt. And with tho Greatest and Grandest Stock Ever Shown in NORTHERN INDIANA. When It Comes to Prices we have No Opposition. Come In and Test tho Truth of This Statement. A. C. BRYCE. ^^ -^^ Cor. Market and 4th Sts., Logansport. DR. NOTT RUPTURE CURE CO, INDIANAPOLIS. BRANCH OFFICE LOGANSPORP, IND., ST. ELMO BUILDING PEREY WALTMAN, M. D., Medical Director. Rupture permanently cured or no pay. Exanaination Free. "There maj be others who advertise tho cure of Rupture without accomplishing what they claim, but whatever the I)r. Mott Rupture Cure Company assert can be relied upon."—American Tribune, March 23, 1893. ONTO BATTLE! We of today cever tire ot the tale: of glory in which our fathers figure— tales thirty years old at that We wish that we had been there ourselves. With Beady made wrapper* mlU at th* Trade Palaoa. and duclt The Memorial War Book We can be with them in spirit and feeling and help fight the battles of Union and Freedom. The Memorial War Book IS A STOR1" OF THE GREAT BATTLES OF THE CIVIL WAR ON LAND AND SEA. COMPILED HISTORICAL RECORDS, NARRATIVES OF MES WHO FOUGHT AND FROM PERSONAL OB* SERVATION, BT MAJ. GEORGE F. WILLIAMS AND IS ILLUSTRATED BY NEARLY n AAA MAGNIFICENT !2,UUU ILLUSTRATIONS MAPS, PLANS, DIAGRAMS, ETC. It will be completed In about thirty weekly parts, «oh o! 24 quarto pafes and containing from 40 to 60 nitrations, printed on the Le.t coated papor and no expense will be .pared to make It the mo.t ..mp. tuoui and valuable work on the war of the Rebellion. , n ,. nl ,, d _.. The Journal ha. .ecured the eiclu.ive distribution ^ of «*•£"«* war book in ttl. city and now offer. It to Journal reader, tor .three coupon, at* 10 oentt tor *aoh part.

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