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March 26, 1895

Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 5

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ONLY _ _ M-BEBT-EVEH'PHOnUCEO-FoR TUC-MONEY- PERFECT-FITTING- GuiwumiD WWWUTTR Mi/aiJN «{p DEWENTER, The Hatter anfl Furnisner Save This Coupon ---- UNDERSTAND this offer- is Choice of the Finest Suits. The lowest grades worth £6 ; £7 and §8 aie Reduced to $3^8" For Men's Suits Tes Men's suits This offer is only in force for a 'short time. The reader wno has patronized OTTO KRAUS for his beit Suit must appreciate this remarkable offer $9.50, yes, $9.50 for suits worth $25.00 50 BUYS Choice of Any Suit in OTTO KRAUS' Store— Regents.Sacks,Cutaways, Prince AlbertSuits Snring and Fall Overcoats Silk Lined. Also Ulsters. 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 o£ clothes that ever adorned your body. TUCKER & YOUNG, THE, PEftRL 8TRBET TfULORS. ~ MONEY TOJLOAN! On MortgBJH- Securltylal«, 7 nnU 8 per cent. JIOXKY TO^IOAN. On Mortgages Security and coajplonthly pay- menu. Consult J. T. COCKBURN. Hoonm 2 and 3 Spry tulldlnK. DAILY JOURNAL. TUESDAY MORNING. MAR H 26. Smoke All Stock 5'lent cigars. Cape opening today—Trade Palace. McKeen'aetearalaundry—(food work Frank Keller caufrhl a big string of fish In Eal river yeaierday morning. f9.50 for choice of any «ult in Otto's store la attracting universal attention. Will Porter has put the cltj'a electric lights in hla drug store on Market street Island Park, a gift from the Hon. H P. Blddle to the city of Logansport has been thrown open. Mrs. Dr Canfleld, optician, will h at 430 North street, oa Tuesday and Wednesday of this week. A private dancing club has been organized by Byron Wilaon, and meet Ings are hold Saturday afternoons. You are welcome to tftko your pick of any suit in the store which means or lloor, "of QOurso"—Otto Krau? r. Pike, of the arm of Strawbridge & Clothier, will take orders for oapes waists and skirts today, at the Trade Palace. t Otto's remarkable advertisement is attracting universal attention. There are even eomo doubting- Thomases wno question the truth. • A man named Layman, a former resident of thle city, sentenced at An derson for larceny, passed through the city yesterday afternoon onrouto for the prison north. The talk of D. P. Baldwin, "In and about Rome," wns hoard Sunday nigbt at the Broadway M. E. church by an audience that the room waa not larg-o enough to accommodate. Though pure and simple, and so mild, It might be used by any child, Yet SOZODOST is so swift and sure 'That mouth and teoth with wondrous speed From tartar and from tnlnt are freed Till they become sweet, white and pure. CONSCIENCE-STRICKEN W«» the Thief Who Ufted Fryor 'H Fenny-in-lhe-Mlol Machine. Sereral weeks ago a penny-in-the- alot machine was stolen from in front of D. E. Pry 01 's drug store and no clue to the thief was found. To Mr. Pryor's surprise he found a brand new machine awaiting him when he came down to open his store yesterday. The thlel'e conscience got the bettor of him. BOY AND REVOLVER. Awarded Highest Honors— World'* Fair. MOST PERFECT MADE A pun Grape Cream (.'Tartar Powder. Fret- ton Ammonia, Alum o. viy other adulterant 40 YEARS THE STANDARD, The Old, Old Story Tol4 Again With Slight Variations A boy named Talbott, 15-years old, living on the South Side, accidentally shot himself through the left hand with a 22-oallbre revolver Sunday about noon. The wound IB a bad one and lock jaw is threatened. Dr. Holloway attended the boy. GRAND AND PETIT JURORS. Thoixe Who Will Serve nt tTie April Term or Court. ]he following men have been drawn as jurymen for the April term of the Caes circuit court, which will open Monday: GKAND ,10K1'. Charles Doltrlok, Clinton BCD Read. Eel Isaac Wilds Clay Moses Netherout, Eal Goorge W Flanagan, Eel Jerome Beckley, Boone PETIT .1OKV. W J.Zehring, Jackson VVm Aughe, Eel Wllsou Searigbt, Jeileison Samuel Carr, Clay George Gallahan Miami Peter VVeckfu?, Eel Herman Martin, Washington Wm Backus, Harrison John W Rudolph. Miami Jacob Zimmerman, Eel Terence M-Govern, Eel Samuel Amos, Clinton Wm Scider, Eel Daniel McD.iniels, Doer Creek James Henderson. Eel Morgan Conn, Washington IHH Tule of Woo. Frank Be.nzai, a Pan Handle passenger brakeman, tells the news- pers a talo of woe in which Mrs. 3etzol is placed by him in a far from pleasing light. He claims she locked i out ol hlo own home and threw his valise from the window. He has pparently had an a«fu.' time. A Sew rowiur Coming. The Rev. il. A. Percival who has been called from Miehawaka to tho pulpit ol the Broadway Preibyterian hurch, will take charge Sunday April 7th. 9 She U the Qwu Lmon? remedies for complaints pecu~ Ur to women, nothing equals Zoa« 'bora: Sold by B. F. Koesliog and Coulson & Co. OUR GUESTS, Hospitable logansporters Wlio Will Entertain Ministers. A FULL LIST OF THE METHODIST CONFERENCE MEMBERS. And the Name* of the KeHldenls Who Will Entertain Them—Examination of Cleaned Will Begin Today and the ' Conference Will be Opened Wednemlny by BlMhop W»rrcn-A Xotable Clerical Body. Logansport's distinguished guests. the Northern Indiana Methodist ministers, began to gather in the city yesterday. Today those who are to join the classes for the usual examinations for entrance to the conference, will have arrived, and by tomorrow, when the real work of the conference begins there will be over four hundred men of brains, representing four hundred and sixty or more churches located in geren out of thirteen of Indiana's congressional districts. These intelligent delegates speak in annual meet- Ing for fully 47,000 members. Last night the Broadway Methodist church was crowded to hear the Rev J. H. Jackson of Eikhart. An able and logical discourse/was delivered by that divine, and he was heard with the Closest attention. Tonight the Rev. F. G. Brown of Huntington, will preach the j early missionary sermon. Today at 8:30 a. m., there will be an examination by a committee, a- the Broadway Presbyterian church, of twenty-two probationers for admission as regular preachers in the conference;) In the afternoon the thirty-eight candidates for placee,on the list of pro batlonors, will be examined at the Broadway Presbyterian church. The following assignments 'of mleis- ters and visiting Methodists have been made, and all members of the local general committee are expected to be at the church at 1 p. m., to assist in assigning visitors to their places. Bishop H W Warren D D L L D, Denver,Col.,Q A Myers, 1004 Market. Rev G K Morris, D D, Boston, Mass, Mrs J C Merriam, 718 Market. Kev C C McCabe, D D New York, J T Elliott 927 Sortli. Chaplain J H Losier, Mount Vernon, Iowa, J B Winters 106 Eighth. Rev J C Harwell, D D New Orleans, La, J T Elliott 927 North Rev A J Kynett, D D L L D Philadelphia, Pa, J T Elliott 927 North. Rev C H Payne D P L L D New York, W S Hichards^klOlO North. Rev Samuel. Beck^WD South Bend Ind, Williamson P Wright GIG Market- Mrs Rosalie Fisher, Union Oily, Ind,' Mrs Blanche Skinner 705 3igU. Mrs Dr I P Jones, Cincinnati, 0, Miss Fannie Mull SOI North. Mrs Lcm R Harlman, Fort Wayne. Ind, Mrs M M Fancher, 1119 High.' Mrs G W Kelley, Richmond, Ind, Mrs M M Faacher 1119 High. Rev W H Hickroan, P P Terre Haute, W P Wright GIG Market J P P John, P P President Pe- Pauw University; Green Castle. Ind, Murdock Hotel. Albertson E F and wife. J E Parker, HIT Market 'Albertsoa C C. Joseph Barker. 1122 High. . Albright-P J and wife, James Fairman, 1400 High. A'.eman J B, Paniel Foglesong. 14 Oaage. Beck Samuel, TV D Wright 616 Market. Bickford, J H, Dr J H Allen 813 North. , Bailpy J F and wife Samuel T Caw, 110 Bates. Baker E M ; W T Giffe, 1006 North. Baker J M, A C Planck, 1426 North Barrett J Z, Mrs C P Wright, 106 Ninth. Beall'TH C. J D Allison, 602 Helm. Beatty J A, A North. C Planck, 1426 Beeks L A and wife, E B Overshiner, 1530 North. Belt J D, Andrew Hubler, 414 North Billheimer S, James C Fairman, 1429 High. Bills J 0, and wife,RevM Harlao, 512 Banon. Birch W S and wife, A J Robinson, 1100 North. Bogue, G W, Samuel Toney, 2314 Broadway. Bowen J W, Mrs Thomas Jones, 828 Market. Brewington R F, RP Stevens, 112 Eel River Ave. Bridge Henry, Mrs. PeArmond. Bridge U S A, Irwin Hutehinson, 204 North Sixth. Brown C H. and wife, J F Callin, 1406 Broadway. . Bryant Earl H, Anna Eikelburner, 119 Osage. Brown W W, A P Jenks, 114 Ninth. Brown F G and wife, J T Elliott, 927 North. Bfickly Philo M. Perry Wilson, SOS.^ycarnore. Beard Frank M, Perry Wilson, 508 Sycamore. Curtis W E, Alden Cook, 1429 Market. Cain J S and wife, William Congdon', '620 North. Cain J W, Rodney Strain, 1413 Market. Carey A J and wire, W C Deidriuk, 909 Lnden avenue Chamness High Church E P, B North Church C W, Alden Cook, 1429 Market Cissell C -C. Rodney Strain, 1413 Market A. H C Mehaffie, 108 Osage. Harvey Green, 1921 Harvey Green, 1921 Cook J B, Spear Cook P S, Spear Croan J D. B Moore, 1514 High Currie A H, James A Day, 927 Spear Canse M, Albert Armstrong, 1815 George Cocking G C. WE Bell, 1516 Hiph Cosens .T B and wife, Jane Campbell, 213 Cole Complex H E, W H Bell, 1516 Daniel W H and wife, A G Jenk"ins 2102 Bioachvay Davis E, Kichard Barcus, 406 W Broadway Davis h A and wife, C E Carter, 41G VV Market Dingle W F, Mrs Thomas Jones, S2S Market Disbro C E, aiollie Black, 1G15 I-Iich • Dorwic J C and wife, G L M cliael, 20G X Pearl Driver J M and wife, D E Fryor, 710 Broadway Detcb A G, W W Briggs. 2014 Broadway Dempsey B. IT, Joseph Amon, 219 Bnrlingion Durgee, Albert Armstrong, 1815 George Eldridge G N. I N Crawford.1318 Broadway Erlougtier F L, Kichard Barcus, 40G VT Broadway Ervin J E and wife, Homer, Kessler. 1HS H'"h Fettro J T. Irwin Hutchmson,204 N Sixth • Fergerson D H, Ttiomas Austin, 16i"G High . Foster J L, W Briggs, 2014 Broadway Fish F" A and wife. James Fairman. 1400 .High For Men's Shoes SEE OUR Spring Goods! Prices are advancing but we hold them down. WfVLKER & RflUCH 42O Broadway. FROM A BURNING PAPER. J P, B Moore, 151-l[ F Keesling, 907 ox-SIXER Pioot.1 The CJoililnKof Mr». Win. Dlllman iKuitrn, and Sim 1" t*erloimly Burned. Mr«. William Dillmao, wife of an employe of R. B. Wbiteett, the sewing machine man, was badly burned last evening at her home on the West Side. She had just lighted a lamp, and ihrew the blazing paper on the floor. A knock at the door called her attention, and before she knew her pei il the flame from the scrap of paper bad caught her skirts and when Mrs. Hostner. a neighbor, entered it was to find Mrs. Dlllman in flameaand almost wild from pain. Mrs. Hosmer quenched the fire and in so doing was herself slightly burned. Dr. B. C Stevens was called, and attended Mrs. Dillman, whoee injuries he pronounced very serious, she being burned very badly about the back, arms and breast. The fact that she was in a delicate condition makes her chance for surviving ins terrible experience more doubtful. The family home is on Linden avenue. HAS CHOSEN HIS ASSISTANTS. Sheriff-Elect Adam* Announce* IIU Api>o!ntnifnft*-Ile 3lnke» Good Selection*. Sheriff-elect Adams said yesterday that be had secured his -assistants preparatory to taking his office, though he will cot assume the occupancy of the jail residence until the middle of August. The friends of Reed Schumann of this city, will be pleased to bear that he will act as deputy sheriff. H. T. Hlllls of Galveston, Jackson township, will occupy the important post of court bailiff under the new disposal, and Ed Truax of Noble township, will be the new sheriff's riding bailiff. All the men appointed are well fitted in every way to serve the county as it should be served, and all are satitfied that the coming sheriff showed good judgment in his selection of helpers. CHARGED WITH LARCENY. "Skinny" W>lch In Again In .T«il— Tlie Ofllc-rw Hnve II Wiirm ChuftC Kuriy T«;i< Mornlne. "Skinny" Welch, a young mun who has been in jiil a number of times for various alleged offenses, was early this morning locked up charged with stealing $16 from Robert Gord- n. The complaining witness, wiao claims to hail from Pittt-bur-g, and to have been working at the Kenneth quarries, Bays that Welch gained po^seseion of his money about S ^o'clock last night while they were walking on Fifth street. Toe alleged robber was found by CapL Thomas and patrolman Wir wahn at the home of "Dick" Lynch southeast of town. Welch broke and ran for a short distance, bat was cap- lured without much trouble^The toiler* W«j Commends itself to the well informed, to do pleasantly and effectually what was formerly done in the crudest man. ner and disagreeably as welL To clennse the system »nd break up colds beadahches and feverg without unpleasant after effects, u«e the delightful liquid laxative remedy, Syrop of figs. THE FINEST LINE ;OF SPRING SUITINGS To be Found in the City at W D CRAIG'S 428 BROADWAY; 2nd Floor. Justice Block- NEW HARNESS SHOP. ' I have moved my harness and' saddlery shop to 636 Twelfth street, where I will turn out the best (jood^ for the least money. GEO, W. FOSTER, AXGSKMKSTg. D OL.AN>S OFKHA HOUSE. S, B. Patterson, Manager. Thursday, March 28- Where can you find a play so fanny. THE NEW BOY BY ABTHTJB LAW. Direction oIGustuve Frohmair, Tbe King ol Comedlen, Introducing Kr- Eerte Coot«, mrroundej by a superb Cast of Frohman's Select players. Its a rtp-roarln •, lin-de-stecle. Are you colngr to miss 11? Not on your life-.' Seats on sale Tuesday morning. j Jst floor tl. 7Sc, flOe. •} Balcony We, Sc. AST ALLEGED ELOPEMENT. Mr*. J. Allen Hiwkm» 1* Hatd to b-c MlHBlnK—Harrj- Tally, a Koviuer.. i« Also Absent Mt Roll Call. J. Allen Hawkins eaid yesterday- t-hat bia wife had disappeared front- thtir rooms on Broadway. He also Intimated that a young 'man who roomed with he and his wife, had: gone in the eame general direction that was taken by Airs. Hiwkias, and he supposed that Cincinnati or Louie- ville had been the 'destination of his- absent mate. He states that ho visited. the wlfe'd parent* but failed to fini' her. Harry Tully, the young man who* roomed at tbo Hawkini Hit, and whoso departure was coincidental with that of yoong- and comely Mrs. Huwklne, came from Toledo, Onio. last September. He is a resident of Marion, lad ' He is an eg-int of the Carothers pub~ liahlng company at Toledo, Tbe Original "Shore Acre*." Jimes A. Uerne and nls' own company hai been engaged by. Manager P*tter*on for one night at Dolan'» April 30th. ..> v.

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