Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on March 17, 1895 · Page 5
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 5

Logansport, Indiana
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Sunday, March 17, 1895
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WILL TREAT THEM WELL; fHINT| THE BEST DRESSED MEN On our street, are seen in our bats. That >s our best advertise- nient, but we occasionally like to call your atwnt.oQ to our Sr-yliab Hats at a very moderns cost. >ew Spring Stylo Stiff H,as as low as *t, better ones at $1.50, and choioe qualities at 12 niicl $2 00. DEW ENTER, The Hatter & 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 money at our store and we will make to your order the handsomest suit of clothes that ever adorned your body. TUCKER &YOUNG, THE, PEftRL STRE.ET TfllLORS. MONEY TO LOAN. Peisonnl, Heiil Kstnto or Collateral Security, iny Amount. Any Time. E. B. Ovmhiner, 327 Fourth Street. DAILY JOURNAL SUNDAY MORNING. MARCH 17. Don't roles the Watson Slaters tomorrow night. A. K. Martin of Delphi is visiting his son Ben Martin. The Watson Sisters at the opera houso tomorrow night. To Mr. and Mrs! Jerome Michaels of tho North Side, a daughter. Regular meeting of Typographical Union this afternoon nt 2 o'clock. Go seo tho Watson Sisters, the greatest vaudeville show oUhe season. William Viewers has left Koyal Center, and will go to Maoy to open a hotel. Fancy lawn grass seed, fertilizers for lawns aod plants—KrelB 1 Mfg. Co., 414 Broadway, Alt-xander Reed of Adams township has tapped this spring no less than 2,000 sugar treei. The funerals of Milton Haynes and Mrs. LIzzlH Eltenberry. occurrredjes terday at Gaiveaton., Mrs. Becnt, widow of the late A, Hecht, formerly of thla city, died Wednesday at Cincinnati. Tne R«v. GUbe-t Small of Idavllle. who has been sick for some time will fill hie appointment at Uuion today. - Tbe advance sale for "Charley'* AUDI" opens Tuesday morning. Get seats ea«ly at Johnston's drug store. Tho coming wedding of Louis Sampson of Kewanna and Mis* Cl»r» Rowenibal of Wlnamac Is formally announced. Tbe very bust specialty people known In the business will be at the opera bOii>e tomorrow nieht with the Watr-on Sli-ters. E-ia- Winter will remove two doors east of bin present location until tho building now occupied by W. H. Brown I* 4 Awarded Highest Honors—World's Fair. BAKING nmm MOST PERFECT MADE. A pu?e Grape Cream L 'Tartar Powder, Fret Ammonia, Alumo. viy other adulterant 40 YEARS VHBVTANDARDi McKeen'sateamlaundry—pood work Garden and flower eeeds at Krels Mfg. Co., 414 Broadway. Special Mond«y..:?l 50 weight drawers 98 icanu—Trade Palace. Tho beat Baking Powder In the world at BCD Fisher's drug store. Twenty-one yards heavy blenched muslin for $1, at the Bee Hive. A new lot of dresa poods wi'.h all linings for $5, at the Bee Hive. For Rent—Two or three rooms via- furnlened. Inquire at 226 Market street. The Case County Building and Loan As'ooiation has jeady money on hand for borrowers. New carpets, mattings, linoleums, rugs, shades, and all kinds of draper ios, at lowest prices, at tbe Trade Palace. Slate Keplirprer will hang paper at 15 cents'a double roll. Give him a call over Leinenoman's tailor 6hop, 504 Broadway. For $0.50 choice of men's suits vrorlh up to $25. Also choice of any spring or winter overcoat, same price —Otto Kraus. That ilred feeling, loss of appetite and nervous prostration are driven away by Hood's Sarsaparilla, which makes pure blood. There will be no services this evening at the Market street M. E. church, on account of the Y. M. C. A versary celebration. For Rent—Two front rooms furnlst- ed, suitable for two ladles, or gentle moo, or family without children. Inquire at this office, Get your new novelty suits," you never saw such a line SB will be displayed this week at the Trade Palace. Silks never so cheap as now. The J. L. F. club mtt Friday even- Ing with Mrs. S, B. Patterson, Mrs. S. B Mullholland and Mrs. C. B.' Stevenson were the winners of prizes. A marriage license was yesterday granted lo John Coan oi Marion aod MUs Minnie P. Jones, daughter of the well known Pan Handle conducior, VV. M. Jones. OJT spring capes, sulti and skirl ,-tock 18 now complete, and we invlta cVtrv la'ly in L gansoori to Ipspect our display—Tho Bee Hive. A team belonging to Strecker, the baker, ran away yesterday o>orniog on Third street and Market. Tbe learn was he'd up near Sixth street. .No damage was cone. Tomorrow Is muslin day, 23 yards yard wide bleached muslin $1 nioe- qu'arter Lockwood sheets 42J cents each, len-quarter do. 48 cento each. See iho bargains in crashes, linens, napkins, etc, at the Trade Palace. Don't miss tnl* eaic. J. C. Waebburn, U 18 reported, w>s recently fcrresied at ScotHburg, Ind., under the name of M R doover. He Is charged with na»iDg awindled * number of «ohool fcacber*. r«pre*ent- IDK nlmself *» fReot Jor a dlcitooary. W**oburo i* *ald to hav* obulned $100 from leacber* In this cou'o ' THE CITY'b HOSPITALITY WOULD MAKE THE ENTERTAINMENT OF TWO CONFERENCES ; POSSIBLE. The Her. If. J. Xorri* IN Surprised at the War ClUzenn Take Ilojfl of the IMeasaut Ta.k of Carlntf For tte wmall Army of Moinodmis Who Will Amewble >u the City March 23lli. Tb.3 Rev. H. J. Norris has the following to aay of the coming meeting of the Northern Indiana Conference, which will beglc its fifty-second annual convention' In this city Monday, Marco 25tb, continuing until the following Monday: "From present indicatiooa the coming session of tho Northern Indiana Conference will be the grand est in its history. I am literally as- tonlshed at the hospitality shown by tae citizens'. All who will be hers are already provided for, and with DO exaggeration I might say that I could provide for as many more. Our citizens, regardless of denominational lines, will open their homes to our expected guests. "Prominent among th« vlsitors will be the following, and in this connection it will be proper to announce the names of those who will care for the eminent guests, Bishop a W Warren D D, LL D of Denver, Col, at Q A Myers 1 , No 1004 Market street. Rev C C McCabe, D D New York, Rev JBHartzell D D N<iw Orleans and Rev A J Kynott D D LL D. Philadelphia, Pa, at J T Elliott's No 027 North street. Rev C H Piyne D D LL D. New York, at W S Rlchason's at Mo 1010 North street Rev G K Morris D D of Boston at Mrs JC Mer.riam's No 718 Market street. D H Moore D D, Clncinciatl, at Gao Goneer's, corner of High and Eleventh Chaplain J H LozUr, Mt-Vernon, la at JB Winters No 106 Eighth street, Rsv Samuel Beck DD, South Bend lad, at Rev H J Norris, No 806 Broadway. Provisions have also been made for hotel entertainment. Tho- following are the hotels which will give sptcial rates to visitors to the North Indiana, annual conference: Johcson Hotel, $1 50 per day, double; & single;- Bsrv neit Hotel, $1 50 per day doutle; Columbian Hotel, $1 per day, double; Island View Hotel, $1 per day, double-; $1 25 single; Murdock Hotel. $1 50 per day; double; $1.75 single. All are Brat class. To Sficure these rate? visitors must apply to the executive committee In the Conference room for a ticket, otherwise full fare will bo charged. The prominent divines who will take part in the program, represent ten different States. The program is considered one that promises much in its consummation. As to railroad fare for those contemplating a visit to Logansport for the conference, tbe central traffic association will reduced rates ove» all Indiana roads. Thu arrangement is as lol lows: All who pay full fare going taking a certificate from the agent at the purchasing office, giving the proposed route, and having tbe certificate terslpned by the railroai secretary M of the conference, will upon presenting the certificate to the agent in Logansport be returned at one-third,fare. A. Blocr»plilc«l Hiutory. . , A book containing the biographies Of prominent citizens will before long be published in the city. The book will be produced here, with the exception of the engravings with which it will be illustrated. Edwin Kelly of Chicago, v»ho has performed similar work in other cities, will have charge of tbe mauer of securing data and. soliciting ordure. Ha has been secured by the Legume- port Pharos to prepare the work and will begin at once. Thf book will; be one thai there is a demand for, und will be especially convenient for the use of newspapers. Live* on ihr II v»r. A man nmned M. L> man, wbo.has in bis mind tbe project of floating down the Wabash river to ac island near Latayette is at present living.in a ' houseboat near Burrows, where the ice field has bis floating h«me wedged in. He will make his proposed .t:rip in a short time. . Cliante of Firm. , Z. W. Dritt, the well known Si*, b street butcher, has purchased the meat market of C. L. Maurice, No. 130 Sixth street, and will take possession tomorrow mornicc. He wt 1 be glad tp see friends at his oe« Bt*nrt. • .- j , The »oJ«rm Wnj -I Commends itself to ihs well-informed, to do pleasantly and effectually what was formerly done in the crudest ner and diaaareeably a8 ^ cleanse the 8>8'e<n mdbrfsV upcejld* headaches and fevers without uoiiiert- ant after, effects. n»e the New Spring Suits.. Ask to see the new Tariff Suits for Men, 34 to 44, ,50 $4 and The celebrated Clay Worsted Suits, Imported, worth $15 for 17,50 : Boys and Childrens in proportion, Otto Kraus of Course, who else has got the nerve. to be a II OTTO KRf\US. YOUR NAME L\ PKINT. lleniH ota. P«rnonnl'Clmrncter Con- mi Their In tho city yesterday: F. W. Shock of Kokomo. E P. Deming- of Frankfort. W. H. Kauffman of LaGrange. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Laivehe,. Mrs- M.. C. Warn pier and Mies M. D. Sweet- asr, ol Converee, Ed Levy of Peru is a guest of friends in the cliy. Judge Z. U. Wiloj has returned to his home at Fowler. The Rev. T. S Freeman returned yesterday from Peru. Mrs. Fay Stevens returned from a visit with friends in Indianapolis. Mrs. Blanche Skinner -is visiting Mrs. Walter Farquario Kokomo. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Westlake are here from Marioa to tpend Sunday. "C N. Graffis is at South Bend on business and will remain until Mon day. Dr. and Mrs. 3. W. Talbott are hare from Indianapolis to spend Sun- Myrtle Sebastian will go to Chicago Monday to lake a position aa bookkeeper. Mrs. M H Rice of Indianapolis, is visiting her daughter in this city, Mrs, Sidney Vaughn. Dan Comlngore, of Lafayette, returned home yesterday afier a^ weekn visit wUbrelatives/ John Coan of Marion was In tre city yesterday. Mr. Coan is the foreman at tha M-irlon cycle f-ictory. E. J. Tworney, tbe deputy postmaster, with his little daughter, is at Columbia City to sp'end Sunday with relatives. Mrs. M. Micbflels and daughter Rosa have returned from Marlon, where they visited Mrs. Leo. Nussbaum. , MUs De«ele White of New W«v<-rly was here yesteHay on her wiy to Peru, where she is visiting a sister) MM- Al D-ivis. Tbe Rev. A. W. Wtriam=>, of Terre Hau<e is the guest of L"g<.nbpon friends, and will prfiich at 11 a m.. today at t.be Firsi Presbi terian church. Mrs. T. W, Nichols wli go to Chicago today to spend a few days. Mr. Nicbols will attend the Elks' conference at the Windy City Monday aa reprexentative of the Louansport lodge of Elks ^ Exi-urMlnnM «nnth nnd lo* rate excur-'on uckeu with twenty day Hoait wilT b« i-otd March 5th, April 2d »nd SOib. from ticket stations on the PeoDi-ylv.-niB Lints to i'in'S in AUbarola Florida, .Georgia, Kentucky. Loui^inna. M'SMK- ,. South " THE WATER WORKS 80ARO. It'May be Continue* liv the Arlioo of Iho Cuiin«;ll-Tho Kill ADoUsli- las thfl Present System- Senate b.'li 21 introduced by Sonaior tiil of Eikhart abol sbes Water Works Trustees in ciiies having a population o' 14,000 or lees under the census Of 1890. The bill as first amended reduced the figures to 7 000 and the bill seems to have been,lost sight of by thj representatives of tho cities Interested after that time, as neither Kokomo, Peru, Marion, Wabash, Delphi, Anderson,Cniwfjrdsviile or any of tbe other cities Interested paid any fur-. tber attention to it. The bill was afterwards amended to rend ' 1-1.000'' and- he amendment was concurred In The new law authorizes ciiies to control by ordinance and a similar Water Works Board wi'.h the same officers can be creatpd by ordinance if desired so that tbe law does not necessarily legislate anyone out of office. £.. j Toere is an e Jicrt'ency ciHuso in tbe act and tho law U now in foice. Sot> ator Vail., its sutbor, lives at Elkhart. Wften tbe McHugb law was pasted' extending ibe terms of tbe city, officers the Boards were not mentioned and as elections are held now every two years there has been ecdless confusion as lo when terms expired and wben elections should be held. The new law permits the counsel!.to create a Bourd aod elect, one new member each year if It sees fit. There is nothing particularly radical about the law and there is no necessity for aoy change from the present system uoKss a council should see Otto change the method of managing affairs. —One erf-i.be most conspicuous land* -. luarUh. or, rather, snowuiiu-lcs, in the - ; whole of Uiu iirci-ic regions is the re<' snowbanks discovered neiir C;ipe York, Greenland, by Capt,. .loJin Ross in the year 1SJS For miles and miles the 1 hill.s.arc covered with snow that is Hired as Uioiifili it had been saturated;-.with blood. Lieut. Oreeley, who visttr..;.- ed. that region while on his f.amont arctic expedition, microscopically cat-.. aiuined blood-stained cliffs a ml rcporU ; tho color due to a minute or£anis» which he calJs protococcus uivalis. It hns lonff been pointed out- by experts that l-Yench newspapers and; buoks will, owJnsr 10 the inferior quali- • ty of the pupcr on which they are;: printed, lito-all.y turn to dust in much''- less than, a century, so that public . libraries bid fair to become literary/ cemeteries. This is the reason why the budget committee proposes . 1* / have one hundred copies of the Journal Official printed daily ou what i« called Dutch pup<:r to insure preserv*-.; lion. PAPER CABLES, gippi. North : Tenne88eea6o Virifioia. Fi apply W nearest P-onsyiv^nia Line Tioltet Aeent. or add-e^ F. V*n Duten, Chief AMl-'ani General P»;8ttt Agent, .'-Flttebiwg. Pa. ' They Are Said to Be Cheaper an<l Better jDKUlltcd Than Rubber Ones. For many purposes paper, next to \vire, is an excellent insulation, and it has of late come extensively into use in telephonic and other cables. But it is not generally known that such an insulation has been tried under water. This is. however, the fact, and one such cable is now doing excellent work at the bottom of the Hudson river, at New York, right in the track of all the domestic and sea-bound traffic. Of course, the cable is lead-covered and otherwise protected, but it depends for its insulation, electrically, on thin spirals of paper around each stranded interior wire. The laying of such a cable in such a place might, a few years ago, have been considered little short of suicidal, but experience has demonstrated the perfect practicability of tliesgheae. In dsnsidermg fie laying "of such j caWes in such situations tho fact is iso- j portant that a one hundred pair. i~ipcr- ! insulated, lead-covered cable can be bought for fifty cents a foot, while the rubber-insulated cable would probably cost not less than three cJc''".rs per foot; wliHe figured on the basis of equal electrical effectiveness, the price would be fifty or a hundred to one in favor of the paper cable—other considerations left out. It wiD thus be seen that even if it be admitted that the paper caT)le is risky under water, its cheapness is such ; . that one can afford apparently to throw it away when it has developed serioun defects and. to put in a new one. AJJESEMKSTS. OLAN'S OI'KKA HOUSE. S. B. Patterson, Hammer. D ONE NIGHT ONLY MONDAY, MAR JH18 Watson Sisters Extravaganza and Specialty Cd All new -people. Ten Fine YnmlevlHe act*. •*. great specialty bill. A mettorlc Ava'nnche tf lumlnarj stiirs-Siartllng, Dazillng *nd Bewltt*- inii to the naze, produced wltn n«w and elaborate scenic cflecis. . - AptxonB cast, Introducing new and r.ovrt.f«»- tores. New Music. New Songs. New Dancei. A GENUINE IRISH! BAG-PIP HEAR ALL THE '.V s-25c, 50c. 75c 1 ' ' D OI.ANN OPRK.t HOU"B. S. B. PATTK8SON. MANAOKB. O.N'K XIUHT WEDNESDAY, MARCH 20. Now in Its 3d consecutive y^ar in Londoi; Tilt Knormomi I.B"r>ili>e llr, • Bj BBiVO)N THOMAS. ..'- CHARLES FROHM\N. : $1 V KEi:ORD: aOWXchtnlB ^ w Y-rk. . ^ .,;; If --.« Hit Chi • f -1 i . . . at ;-j all tbe priudpjil t-ti«. Moau»d kf. _,_ -it««c<n«iT- .',..Advance xaleopennTaeedw iiiornlai ••• '.'• 3a»«-ats«i.(B. . .".'••' ';vrS J98»e»u,75e. • - A

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