Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on March 19, 1895 · Page 5
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 5

Logansport, Indiana
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Tuesday, March 19, 1895
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GOOD WOKK WELL DONE. THE THIRD TBE R. R. ANNIVERSARY OF . M; C. A. APPRO- , THE BEST DRESSED MEN On onr streets are seen in our hats. That is oar best advertisement, but we occasionally like to call your attention to our Stylish Hats at a very moderate 'cost. New Spring Style Stiff Hats as low as $1, better ones at f 1.50, and choice qualities at |2 and *3..10. DE WENTBR, 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 STRBET TfULORS. PRIATELT OBSERVED. Union Services Held Monday Nl«''» at ib« Broadway M. E. ind ChrUtlaa Chnrche* — AddreaH by Leading Clersrjnien and Laymen—Tne .Report oflheCommlUee of Management* nil the TreaHorer''* Beport. MONEY TO LOAN. Personnl, Real Estate or Collateral Security. Any Amount. Any Time. E. B. Ovcrslilnor, 327 Foiirtli Street. DAILY JOURNAL TUESDAY MORNING, MAR'^H 19. MoKeen'a steam laundry—good work Garden and flower seeds at Kreis Mfg. Co., 4M Broadway. We give a good wagoa with boys' dulta—Tho Projfreea Clothing House. The Progress clothing store sell the bast |10 suit on earth; they advertise the truth. It in every one's duty to know ua and our goods. Seo us for a spring lult—Tho Progress. Attend tbc sale Of the '-Star 11 acd "Golden Rule" stocks of dry poods— W. D, Pratt, Trustee. The Progress clothing house are selling tallor-mudo suits at $15, merchant tailors get $35 sumo quality. «"?ho Progress clothing store la sell- suits at $8 and $10, other sloroa ' sell them for $15 to $18, same quality. The cut on prices still deeper, two big stocks of dry goods must be sold at once—Golden Rule—W.. D. Pratt. Trustee. ~When gou want to buy clothing go to a flrat-olass clothing house like the Progress, corner Market and Fourth itreeta. Martin Elliott has sold to V. E. Setter, his blaeksmlth shop property on Court atreet, receiving for the lot 12,000. Come to the big eale, Star of Lafayette, and Golden Rule stock of dry goodi must be sold at once—W. D. Pratt, Trustee. John Ham of this;city has been granted an Increase in pension and David Everts, aUo of this city has bean granted a reissue of pension. Wear the Frogreet clothing and you will be well dressed; lh»grandest line of spring clothing ever seen In this market. Remember we have no competition when it comes to prices—The Progresi Clothing House, Market and Fourth .itreeta. Slate KepHnger will hang paper at 15 cents a double roll. Give him a call overLelneneman's tailor shop, 504 Broadway. That tired feeling, losa of appetite and nervous prostration are driven away by Hood's Sarsaparilla, which makes pure blood. For Rent—Two front rooms furnished, suitable for two ladles, or gentle, men, or family without children. In. quire at this office. Men's $5 suits at the Prog-roes clotting store; you would have to pay at least $10 for the same quality at the loudly advertised fake sales. Lost—A blsok chinchilla overcoat from wagon between Colfax and Third and North andElgheh streets. Finder return to Wra. Mack, 109 Ash street, and receive 'raward. Miss Llna Brooks, a graduate of Valparaiso College, in kindergarten work, will bo In Logansport this week for the purpose of establishing a kindergarten. A.11 mothers interested in the work are requested to meet her on Wednesday, the 20th, at the residence of Mrs. Covault, 812 North street. The Death of T. C. Annnlml. The funeral of T. C. Annabftl will be held Wednesday at2:30 p. m , from the residence of Mrs. T. H. Wilson, corner of Broadway and Second street. The attorneys of Cass county are requested to attend the funeral Friends of the> deceased are Invited Thurman C. B. Annabal was formerly a resident of Logansport. His demise occurred after a short illness, at 6:30 Sunday evening at his home in Goodland. Ind. He was a mason and was formerly a member of Orient lodge, No. 272 of this city. He la well remembered by the older members of the order. Ihe lodge named has been invited to conduct the funera'. The train with the body will arrive at noon tomorrow and will be met by the lodge. Due notice will appear in tomorrow morn- Ing's Jou 'nal. Hngihtn Templar Feint. The members of St John Coalman- dery, No. 24 Knights Templar, met last nlRht in special conclave. There was work In the Temple order, and at the close a banquet was spread in the hall. The third anniversary of the R. R. Y. M, C. A- was celebrated Sunday. Union services were held at the Broadway Methodist church and the Christian church. At the Christian church Rev. T. S. Freeman presided. Ad* dresses were delivered by Revs. W. S. Wones and D. P. Putnam of this city, and Rev. A. W, Williams of Terre Haute. The report of committee ol management, which is given below was read by George Snyder, and the treasurer's report was road by Dr. Helherington. At the Broadway M. E. church T.R. Sewell presided. Rev. J. C. Kauff man and Judge D. P.- Baldwin delivered addresses. The reports given below were also read. There was a large attendance at both services, "^ The report of the committee of management is as follows: Our equipment consists in a reading room, amusement >oom, parlor, bath roorae, class rooms, a email library and a public correspondence table. Our operations are on the social, Intellectual, pbysioal and spiritual lines, in the all round man system. The dividends are in recreative amusement without evil associations, social and intellectual enjoyment of a helpful character; moral strength In freedom from many temptations; spiritual help by fellowship with the followers of Jesus, and holding him up not only as a Friend and Helper, but a Savior. To sum up briefly, we pay in comfort and character. Early In the year the financial prob» lem gave us much anxiety, but kindly notice that the treasurer's report is in accord with that precept, "owe no man anything." In this connection, we are pleased to acknowledge the liberality of many friends Without their assistance our work would have been greatly hindered, If not prevented. The Woman's Auxiliary have been our faithful co-laborers, and have added much to the happy successes of the year. Please give careful attention to tbe following statistics. The figures tell the truth, but can .uot tell all thetruth in this case. The membership has increased from 174 to 206. Visits to rooms, week days, dally average Baths taken.'flal'iyuveraKe 10, total............. 3,SI4 Letters written bj- men, dally average 3, total 1,1 JD Twei.ty-nlue men's meeting, dally average SB total v •. W EUht. mixed meetlnRSdnIly avenge 41, t >tal 0 Clnss in mechanical drawing, dally average a total , ,,§ V'sits of secretary to .shops, yards, etc 1(8 Visits to side and Injured -? Total number of visits to building during theyear , 2S.2IG Three socials, average attendance 2^0, total H73 T. R- SEWELL, Chairman. The treasurer's report of Jie receipts and disbursements by the association during the year 1894, 88 presented to the committee of management at lie January meeting is as follows: Deficit January 1st 1894 KIOTIPTS Membership dues t C19 00 P, C. C. & St. JL By, C's appro- prlatlon 600 00 From citizens oil 60 From Ladle>' Auxiliary 6000 yr.im entertainments, church collections Kt-d other sources CO 64 few Spring Suits.. Ask to see the new Tariff Suits for Men, 34 to 44, and The celebrated Clay Worsted Suits, Imparted, worth $15 for $7.50 • Boys and Childrens in proportion, Otto Kraus of Course, who else has got the nerve. to be OTTO KRf\US. A RELIGIOUS CENSUS. Tabulated Statement of the Jlecent 'Sunday School Canv««nof i,og»nM- port. This report is approximately corr. ct according to the figures on the cards used by the ninety-eight canvassers 'who canvassed the city Wednesday, Match 6th. Some few families were missed unintentionally in the visitation and 325 families were reported '•not at home." With but few excep tlbns the visitors were received courteously, and the Information cheerfully given. Denom 1 nutlon A. M. E. Advents Chrl>t'n ch. Sc. O tholes DunKurdj Evunge. (17 4; M 380 OUT KISS liplscop 1 RurLtitb llethod.. >resDy._ Uiilv U. B ills Nu Pref ji/ M )0 ill IS) Hi] M) 7-0 2<iS51«ti« -3 -i? ]il| 11 3' 1 2<B 71 O'.'S' SOU i7i9iio;ij -isa 2-ln J52 70 ]«0 -W8 2 425 103!) •:t7 171 i700 104-JJ37SJ OJ- •>cr. 5 = OS 29 2! ]2 200 -I'll 5017 KM«! nsi'nia US2 (Hi) | (UK 1C OS09.5S67 Miss CHRISTINE MABKEKT, Ch'm'n and Sec. Can. Com. 1901 "4 Total to balance $1801 « DISBOKSIMENTS. Salaries .$1177 30 Rent of onlldlng 2GO 00 Heat and Hunt 1221;! Bath room expanses 120 b, Newspapers and periodicals IS "8 Prlntinc — 21 23 Subscription to International work 400 Incidentals 20 jg Total disbursements 17« 69 Balance on band Jan, 1 '95... 69 3a Ib04 it A, F. HOCKENBEAMER, Treaa. Awarded Hifhest Honors—World's Fair. •DR; CREAM BAKING The Iteveier«I>anre. The Fortnigntly Revelers danced at the Broadway rink last night to the music of Stetnbart'a orchestra. W. C. Custor calledQand the program was danced fr*m beginning to end by about thirty couples of young people. As are all the Revelers' entertainments, the dance last night was a most pleasant and successful one. li Eiititrn PUJih Had a ruby which lighted his palace at night. More precious than gema are beautiful teeth, which light up the face when displayed by a smile. lL»e SOZODONT. and your teeth will be brilliant M jewels, your breath as iweet as the rose* of Cashmere. Charles MoGowan and bride arrived Sunday from »tour during which they Tlslted at polots ID Ohio.,.'•Thejv:h»Ta :: 1 'k^^^m^mi^ •Sa#^;4ffil;WfiSs The Modern Wnj Commends Itself to the well-Informed, to do pleasantly and effectually what was formerly done in the crudest manner and disagreeably as well. To cleanse the avstem and break up colds headaches and fevers without unpleasant after effects, use the delightful liquid laxative remedy, Syrup of Figs. A Vaudeville Show. The Watson Sisters' combination drew a male audience at Dolan's last night. There were redeeming features hut as a whole, the entertainment was tame. In that It resembled closely a I number of shows of its class. The performance waa clean, ani that i« practically all that c»n be said of it. With Ihe Jurr. The suit of Fair TS. Spry for f2 000 damages went to the jury at 12:30 yesterday afternoon, and it is probable that a lealed verdict will be returned his morning. . The fftpt, tbtA Hood's Sawaparilla, In the fall of 1893 a son of Mr. T. A.McFarland.a prominent merchant of Live Oak, Sutler Co., Cal., was taker with a very heavy cold. The pains'ln his chest were so severe that be had dpasms and was threatened^ 1th pneumonia. . His father gave him several large doses of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy which broke up tbe cough and cured him: Mr. McFariand eaj'B whenever his children have croup he invariably gives them Cbamberlain'g Cough Remedy and tit always curec them: He corslders it the best cough remedy In tbe market. For sale by B. F. Ksesling, Druggist. Home-9«eizer*r Excnmlonx sonjh end S.mtheaMt vl» PennwylTa .In Lin-n. Special low rate excursion tickets •with twenty, day limit will be sold March 5th, April 2d and 30th, from ticket stations on the Pennsylvania Lines to \ oints in Alabamla, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky. Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina Tennessee and Virginia, For details. apply to nearest Pennsylvania Line Ticket Agent, or add-ess F. Van Dusen, Chief Assistant General Patten per Agent, Pitt^buae.'Pa. j How 10 < ure Kh?umvllsm. ifUGO, Coos Co.. O egon, Nov 10,1? .93 " I wish to inform you of the «rreat good Chamberlains Pain Balm has done my wife. She has been troubled. with rheumatism ot the arms and hands for six months, and has tried many remedies preacribed for that com plaint Aiit found 90 relief until she used this "Pain. Balmv.one..bottle of which has completely cured her. 1 take pleaa- ure--in recommending it for that iiHiiiati^^ ' 1 " ELECTRO CDTED! IN LOGANSPORT SATURDAY EVENING AT DOULN'S OPERA HOUSE. ABEL CHASK OF RAIL ROAD'ST., A RHEUMATIC SoFFEiiKr FOR 30 YEARS.—HIS PAIN is KILLED is* 40 MINUTES BT VKKO'S ELKCTBIC FLUID.—CURED OF ALL PAIJ." ASD STIFFNESS.—MAN'V CURES BEING REPORTED.—VENO LECTURES TO LADIES ONLY, TODAY AT 3 p. AND TO MEN ONLY- AT 8 p. m. ADMISSION TO EACH LECTURE lOc. —VKNO AND STAFF AT THE MUB- DOCK, 9 TO S p. in.—CONSULTATION AND AnviCK FK.KK. Saturday nigbt at Dolau's opera house, before an audience that completely filled the bouse, Mr. Abel Chase, of Railroad street, was assisted upon the stage suffering with pain, and almost helpless. He has been afflicted with rheumatism since the war and at times is entirely aelpless. He wag taken to one of the dressing rooms where Veno's Electric Fluid -was appli-d to his body and limbs, and in less than an ionj came upoa the stage again unassisted, stamping his feet and umping to show his entire emancipation from pain. He has thrown away bis cane and crarch and can now walk as well as any one. Mr. I. N. Wood, of 412 Clifton avenue, who was treated on Thursday night is rapidly growing better and within a very short time will be ntirely cured. There are many other cures being reported daily,»nd. from neighboring cities come reports of miraculous cures Affected- Tcda> at 3 p. in., Veno will deliver his famous lecture to ladies only, aud in the evening at 8 p. m., to men only. Admission to these lectures 10 cents. But under /IS years of ago not admitted. Veno and i>taff can be consulted free, at the Murdoch, from 9 a, m. to 8p.m. • •'•' . ..; , . '• ; . . • Wo B»T« tfce Bot«n»li to prove ibat Jioa.Phora stands at the head as a remedy for all complaint! peculiar to girls and women. Mod eat ladies will not lei their teitlmony be published in newspapers, but we mall ID sealed loiters to ladles who request it. Zoa-Pbora Medicine Co., Kala- ma/.oo. Mich. The social entertainment by the Ladies Auxiliary of (he R. R. Y. M. C. A. postponed from last week will be given Wednesday evening. There will be music, recitations and an ad-, dress by Judge B»'d»in. All Knights of tyunas intending to go to Lafayette today to attend the district meeting are urged to be at the depot early so aa to buy tickets at one time. If enough will go, a reduced rate can be secured. For Bent—Two or furnished. Inquire street. three rooms ut» at 226 Market A.XGSE1TENI8. D OL.ANS OPKKA HOUNK. S. B. PATTEESON, MAKAGKR. O.\K XIUIIT OXLV. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 20. Now in Its 3d consecutive year In London Hit, By BRiNDON THOMAS. Management of CHARLES3FROHMAN. JPEUMOWAI. COMEDY KKCOltD: p«ared 300 X'Kht* In X»w York. ISO .Vlchtt IB Bocion. 199 XUht4 In Chicago. 1OO Xlcht* In PaiUteJphlm. Presented herewith all the players tturt«p- ed In all the principal cities. Mounted by Advance sale opens Tuesday morning. S 3G9 f*-at», »LOO. IAS seats, T5c. B*lconr.50and25c. D OLAN'S OPERA IIOCHK. S. B. Patterson, Manager. ONE NIGHT ONLY H^PPi r RETURN! Friday, March 22- "The Saccsss of adramiHc Beneratlon."— S. Y. Bemld. n*w lawn grasn- .'seed,-., fertiltter* ill. James A Herne'* Beanttful Play.._ ..... Shore Acres. Presented with eotlr* Sosn«'y, Orlgnal Hec cai EB«-t« «od Proprrtl**. Ur.der the direc'ionof H»mr • • C. Kln«t. . • lUBecord:— 257 Nights In . . . ewYofkCtty. Ill Njguta In Boron. S«*t umle bcglni • Huutdaj>al9a.jn, _ JMa**:— II onaln tLSt: ft ctete «l- 5(8

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