Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on April 2, 1895 · Page 5
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 5

Logansport, Indiana
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Tuesday, April 2, 1895
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ONLY THE-SEST-EvER-PRODUCEn-FOR THE-MONEY- PERFECT-FITTING' ssD WAMSVTW MI/SUN m SICHT&SH P^^^^iM|B| &;-^-^mmsi^ DEWENTER, The Hatter and 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 o£ a New Y 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, FEfVRL STRBET TfULORS. MONEY TO 'LOAN! On Mortgnze Securllyliit;c, 7 :vml S per cent 2HOXB1' TO J.OAN. On MortKnKes Security andfartj'.Hontbly par- menw. Consult J. T. COCKBURN. ;Eooni3 2 ;tnd 3 Spry Building. WANTED TO SELL The North Street House on North street between 5th and Cth street. Will bo sold on reasonable tertiiH. Address, MRS. CHA8. MARKLE, Hartford City, Ind. ADDITIONAL ITEMS. NEW BABKESS SHOP. I have moved my harness and Sftddlery shop to G2G Twelfth street, •where 1 will turn out the best Roods for the least money. GEO. W. FOSTER, DAILY JOURNAL TUESDAY MORNING, APRIL 2. Mra. J. L. Stevens Is reported sick. To Mr. and Mrs. Chas. A. Smith, a daughter. To Mr. and Mra. M. F. Mahoney, a daughter. k Opera house tonight. See a good * show and draw a present. If you need money you can get It on personal or collateral security of E. B. Overshlner, 327 Fourth St. The fact that Hood'a Sarsaparllla, onoe fairly tried, becones the farorlto iprirg medicine, speaks volumes for tti excellence and merit. Wanted—A good girl for general house work. No washing gcod wages. Must come with good recommendations. Call ai No. 216 Eighth St. M.Collett, \Tm. Herd and Alfred Elliott, the viewers on the Davis ditch, began work yesterday. This Is the fourth set of viewers appointed on the ditch. The township assessors received tupplles and Instructions from tho oounty assessor at the north court room yesterday. This la the year for aHsesslng 1 real estate. The latest improvement to a bicycle was seen on tho streets yesterday. By the use of the device the rider was giving bis pet dop »n airinc. It at- traotod considerable attention. Chas. Beshore of Marion was here Sunday visiting 1 friends. Huntley~Blxby company at the opera house gives presents away every night. Natural gas bills for April now due and payable at the company's office on Pearl street. John Modland & Son have secured the contract for the Strecker-T/iber block on Broadway, Mise IdaKlstler of Royal Center, was the guest of Miss Jane Klstler of the Best End Sunday. Mrs. P. E. Weise will entertain the L. A. to 0. R. C- Wednesday evening April S, at her homo 1128 High street. The World Building, Loan amd Investment company, local offi:o, room S. Spry building. Energetic agents wanted. Latest style of millinery at Lucy Krauss 1 , 321 Peart street. Waxch for the spring Opaning the latter part of the week. Prices toll and you tell the prices; that's why Otto don't monkey with percent., but comes out square with the figures. Harry McDaniel was arrested last night on a paternity charge brought by Miss Minnie Nolan. The warrant was Issued by Mayor McKee. Awarded Highest Honors—World'5 Fair. •DHL- ' la Diamond TOast a Poison. Attention lias been drawn lately to tho statement in an official work issued by the p-ovcrnmcnt of India that "diamond dust is known to be a powerful mechanical poison." This is objected to with an emphasis that should prevent the waste of diamonds hereafter by persons desirous of removing their enemies. Mahornmedans ia the far east still entertain the belief strongly, but it is said that investigators have nover met anybody who.from his own knowledge, could describe tho visible effects of administered diamond dust. It may bo remembered that the great trial in India oi the Goikwar case brought out the statemen of the commissioners who heard the evidence that tho dust, had no injurious effect on the huuj;va body. Here, then, is another superstition exploded, although it stili lurk;; oven in official documents ?.Ilc(- 11:ivo n Musical Xotp. Tho ontcr oar of a mcrase is a thin, almost transparent membrane, and recent experiments show that it .is highly sensitive to movements of the air which ! tohuraan rarsdo not represent sound j at all. It is asserted on good authority j tliat. miee ave sensitive to music, and j the stories of their singing have been ! fully confirmed. They have a pleasant ' musical cote, resembling that of the erieket. " Frank Sbepardson, an^fpoeer oo the Southern Pacific Ry., who resides { RtLosAngel.es, Cal., was troublid with I rheumatism for a long time. Be was treated by several physician, also visited tho Hot Sprints, but received no permanent relief until he usedX!hsm- berlainVPain Balm. He eays It is the beit medicine In the world for rneuma- tism. For sale by B. F. Keesllng, MOST PERFECT MADE. WlTca Waut DlTOrcet have been asked for by two wlve«. JeanneUe Wlpperman v«. APPOI»T1E«T8;RBJD Where the Methodist Ministers Will Locate. TWO NEW PBESEDEiG ELDERS NAMED AJ*D .OTHER CHANGES. Clone or the Fifty-Second Animal »e«t- Hlon of she Sorihera.lDdUna Conference of the M. K. Chnreh-UnnlneM Tr.unncted DnrJDST me Clo.lng HonrB-«r«ndMeetlD« at tbe Opern Home Wuurtdi Mornli)K-Iot«r«»tin« germonM at All Uie Prote»mnt Cliurchen. With tho reading of the appointments by Bishop Warren completed at 12:35 p. m, yesterday, the fifty-second annual session of the Northern Indiana QConfere'nce closed. Preceding the reading cf tbe appointments Bishop Warren offered prayer a.nd ms&B an earnest closing acdross. The reappointment of each of the three pastors of Logansport churches was received with applause which caused tho Bishop to say that they would ail bo received that way if thsir friends were here. The Bishop rcappo'nted four of the presiding elders, and selected Rov W S Marble of Fort Wayne, for the Kokomo uistrict, to succeed W S Birch, deceased. To succeed C W Lynch of the Warsaw district, whose limit hsd expired, Rev J A Lewellcn of Kendalville was named. The former has been In the conference 21 yeare; the latter 11 jeara. Tbe completer list Is as follows: KOKOMO DISTRICT, Jt. S. MAKBLE,PRE- SIDING ELDER. Arcadia, A J Carey; Atlanta, S W Stokes; Bunker Hill, 0 E Davis; Center, A A Turner: Cicero, T H C Hell; Converse, J O Bills: Elwood, T M Guild; Galvcston, T J Johnson; Goldsmith, W G Bogue; Grcentown, O S Harrison; Joliettville, J H Walters; Kokomo, Mulberry St., W D Parr, Mark-land ave., D II Guild; Logansport. Broadway, II J Norris, Market street,- W- E> Wones, Wheatland street, M. A Uarlan; New Brltton, 0 N L Harbour; New Waverly, E A McClintock; Nobies- villc, F M Stone; Peru, E E Neal: Point Isabolle, F S Stamm; Russiaville, R S Pvecd; Santa Fe, J W B Eeever; Scirclevillc, J L Hutcnens, Sharpsville, J F Radcliffe; Sheridan, CH Wilkinson; Tipton, D C Wai- pert; Walton, A A Pittingcr: Westfield, J T Fetro; Windfall, A II Cnrrie. FORT AVAYNE DISTRICT, F. T. SIMTSOK, PRESIDING ELDKK. Angola, J E Ervin; Auburn, J K Walts; Avilla, E B Westhafer; BlulTton, C U Wade: Bobo, G C Coking; Churubusco, J MHaines; Coessc, W P Bartin; Decatur, E T Gregg; Ft. Wayne, Berry St., C C Cecil; Ft, Wayne, St. Pan!, W S Stewart; Ft. Wayne, Simpson, .T W Paschal!; Ft. Wayne, Trinity, II M Johnson; Ft. Wayne, Wayne St., J H Bickford; Fremont,!!, C Jones;Garret,G B Work: Geneva, J P Chamness:Harlan, Lewis Beeves: Hoaglaad, Chas Tinkham: Huntertown, S J MelIing-e.r;Hunting- ton, F G-Brown; Leo, A E Sarah: Markle, 0 E Wilcox: Monroeville, W E Murray: New Haven, Lincoln Steere; Ossian, S C Norris; Ponteo, J L Foster; Roanoke,C M Hollopeter; Uniondale, L C Zimmerman: Wolf Lake, D D Smith. GOSHEST DISTRICT, C. G. HUDSON', PRESIDING ELDElt. Albion, C B Wilcox; Bristol, T F Freeh: Butler, C E Disbro; Butiler Ct, C L Hollopeter: C.orunna, J F. Speckin; Elkbart, J A Jackson; Elkhart, Ct, to be supplied; Gosheti, First church, E L Semans: Gosucn, Fifth Avenue churcb, B Sawyer; Hamilton, H A Dorter: Hudson and Ashley, J W Welch; Jvendallville, A S Wooten; LaGrange, W R Suman: Lcesburg, M. R. Pierce; Ligonier, J A Beatty: Lima, M F Stright: Middlebury, W D Smith; Milford, WPHenon: Misbawaka, B A Kemp: Nappance.RFBrewiDgton: New Paris, CE Parsons: Orland, T A Sunwalt; Osceola, C H Murray: .Valentine, R L Semans: Wakarusa, A L Weaver; Wawaka, A H McKee: Waterloo, F L Jirlingher: Wolcottville, L E Knox. ?n:XCIE DISTRICT, n. >'. DEr.TilCK. rRESIDIiCG ELDER Albany, D G Murray: Albany, Co., Eli Davis; Alexandria, A J Davis; Anderson, Indiana Ave., JC Dorwin: Anderson, Meridian St.. G N Eldridge: Anderson, Noble St., W S Stewart: Anderson, Ct., W J Walt?.: Blaine, E L Jones; Dunkirk. C E White: Eaton, G W Greene: Fairmount, J W Oborn; Farmland, P J Allbrighf. FortvilJe. F M Lacy; Frankton, "W E Grose; Gas City, Millard A Pell: Guston, F A Vjsh; Hartford City, L A ( «j|j$kks: Ingalls, E J Magor;. JoncJb'orp, T Stabler: Lapel, J B Cook; McCorcLsi •rille, J H Slack: MUlgrove.'J Z ^Bar-; You Certainly Did Not Read Onr id. Friday! You want to know how we know? Yoitfwarit to know how we know? We know you didri£ read because we didn't sell the stuff! To be Continued TODAY AND TOMOKROW ONLY. Misses' kid spring heel, patent tip worth •'„. $1.25 only 59c Ladies' kid Oxfords,patent tip shoes for 50c. Ladies' tan Oxfords and Nullifiers, hand turned, soft and flexible, worth $3Ifor $1.00 SO CBNTS For unlaundried shirts, long and short bosom,assorted sieve lengths Wamasattamus'in, bosom lined with Butchers linen, Pure Linens Bosom, the regular dollar quality, as man as you want for 50c. OTTO KRAUS. ^ •rille, J H Slack: MUlgrove, ;J Z ;Bar-; land; First Grace High street, G H Hill; Avondale and Wliiteley, G A Wilson: Muncie Ct, J F Bailey: New Burlington. J J Fred; Pendlcton, E F Hasty, J E Ferris: Pennville, J D Groan: Perkinsvillc, R C Jones; Red Key, C W Lynch: Selma, B S 'Hollopeter: Sumrnitville, J A Rulcy: Upland, John C White: Yorktnwn, J S. McElwce. TA'AUSAW DISTRICT, J - A. LE^'ELLiaT, • TRESinrXC, ELDER. Akron. B F Snyder: Andrews, Clias Harvey: Atwood, W F Spit/.: Bourbon, I W Singer: Bippus, S C fleston: Claypool, USA Bridge; Columbia City, Cbauncey King: Denver, J A Patterson; Inwood, D S Jones: LaFontaine, J M Baker: LaGro, J D Belt; Larwill, W B Free- Macy. J H Tillman: Marion, church, J ^ Driver: church. J S Cain; !Ninth street and Highland avenue. F M Kernper; Men ton, M II Mott; Mexico, KH Smith : Mt Etna, PS Crook: North Manchester, J B Ford; North Webster, A M Patterson; Pierce ton, J B Alleman: Roann, W T A White: Silver Lake. Chas Tribley: South Whltley Martin Canse; Sweetser, W B Randolph: VanBuren, W B Randolph: Wabash. A W Lamport; Wabash Ct, C E Wright: Warren, H Bridge; Warsaw, Sommerville Light. KICmiCWx-D DISTRICT. A. E. 5IAEIS, PUESTDIKG ELD Eli. Cadiz, M. C, Pittenger; Cambridge City, I H Hammell; Centerville, C A Rowant; Charlottsville, EF Allberts: "Dublin, C W Smith: Fountain City, Albert Cone; Greenfield, MENethercutt: Hagcrstown, A G. Neal: Kennard, S. Harter: Lynn, PE Powell; Middletown, W II Pierce, New Castle, C H Brown: Philadelphia, W II Gompton: Portland, L M Krider; Richmond, First church. W II Daniel; Grace church, L J Naftxger; Thud church. C H Met?.; Fifth Street, MJ Magor; Ridgeville, J W Bowen: Spiccland' H F L Haugthby; Sail- monie, FM Sandifur: Trenton, J Ramsey: Union City, W M Nelson: Williarnsburg, Henry Lacy: Winchester, J W Cain. CONFERENCE CLOSED YESTERDAY The ailnlniem Transact Buwlnfxs und Van* HeHOlutlOBM of Appreciation : of (lie Treatment Accorded Them. The last business session of tbe Methodist conference was held yester. day morning. It was reported, that Mrs. Arthur Bland of Warsaw had donated to the Freedman's Aid and Educational Society, $25, and for tbe Woman's Home Missionary Society, $25. Ob.9 presiding elder and the ministers of the Richmond churches were appointed as a committee to prepare a •program for next year's conference. Dr. Reed of Chrisi'u hospital at Chicago made a report of the vrork done at that institution. I • The commiitee on education recommended that §2,000 for the general expense fund be apportioned among tho districts of the conference. J. A. Beatty. J. H Bickford A- S. Preston, W. H. Daniel and W. D Parr were named on a committee to confer with committees from other conferences ae to tbe adjustment of the number of fu-'ees of DePauw. A similar report was mado with reference to tho American University. Tbe following: visitors were ap. pointed. To- Garrett Biblical— W R Saman and J H Jacksoo. To Boston Theological— J H Btckford and F G Browne To DcPauw Theological—Asher S Preeton and J A Beatty. Children's day was appointed for the second Sunday in June. The conference Epwor-.h was officered as follows; J K WaKs, president ;L A Beaks, vice president; C M Hollopeter, secretary ;M A H^r- lno, treasurer. The following vote waa reported on the Hamilton amendment: 4,918 against 723 for. Total rote, 5.641. TKEAS0EER"S BEPORT. Treasurer's report showed receipt! of $45,772. baiog an increase 0»er Uit year of $6,968- Sonae of ; the it«m» S09; church extension, $2.315: Sunda? schools. $370: tract focieiy, i?350; Frecdtnan's aid, $2.24-1; eduction. $1 627; American Bible cocier-y, $250; Woman's Foreign missionary, $4 218: Woman's home raUbiorarv. $-!,SSo: Episcopal fund, fJl.TSS; conference expen.es, $740; oihcr collections, $3.2-17 The stewards repott was road. The cot-ferenco secretary wae instructed to have printed 4.000 copies of itc minutes of tho 6 fi.y-second conference. - Dr. David H Mooie the editor of the Western Christian Advocate made an address which waa well received. H ^ is a favorite with the members of tis conference who were sorry that be was unable owing to other engagements to spend more time with them. The committee on Sabbath desecration recommended among other things that each pastor preach one eermon a year on Sabbath breaking. Chauccey Kinp was elected registrar of the conference. The missions committee presented several reconsmendatlons.one of which provided for two mission sermons a year. T. H. C. Seal was named in Dr. Hastj's place on the amusements committee. The Sunday echool commltiee reported the following officers: J W Lowry. president; J D Belt, vice president; E Westbaler, secretary: W S Stewart, treasurer. The committee on the American Bible society made a report for the year. The A B S has in 79 years published 60,000,000 Bibles In 2-12 Ian. guages. The nork of district gupar iatendent Rev W J Vigus DD, was complimented. Toe conference censured ttc special ngent of tno Central Traffic association for bia treatment of the members of the conference. The secretary was instructed to report the agent to the association. The Rev. Parr thanked the conference on behalf of the bereaved family of the lata W. S. Birch for its expressions of sympathy. The Rev. Wright was re-transferred to the superannuated relation. The Kev. Rogers was granted a supernumerary relation. The Revs. Randolph and Field were frranied an effective relation. The conference expressed by resolutions, its gratitude and appreciation for the treatment accorded the minU- te:e by tie Stale Natlo: a'. bmk;Po:t. master Hanawalt and Assistant Turley, Bishop Warren, the 1 Central Traffic association, the Methodist pastors of the city, the organist, MUs Moore, and the choir and musiclanF. the clly clergy aod churches, the city in general and the local press, all who have entertained members of the con- ferenca and tbelr families, Rev C G Hudson for sixteen years' services ae secretary. The railroad secretary was ordered to arrange for rates to the nest conference. Candidates for reception on trial were announced as follows: Fort Wayne diatrict—David D Smith and Ray J Wade. Goenen district C E Hollopeter. Muncie dis- trict—CharUs H Metz, James E Ferris, William A Griest aod Edwin L Jones. Richmond district—S M Barter, C A Rowand and Frank M. Sandlfur. o Warsaw district—S C Heston. ' The conference then adjourned to meet again at R'cbmond In 1896. Seventy ministers were attending: conference who bad at eome time been under Presiding Elder W S •Birch. LOGJLNSPORT TURNED OUT. To Hear JletkotfUt ths the Eioq»«»t Mlmtaiers. It was estimated that two thousand people wore wedged into Dolan'a opera home Sunday morning. An experience meeting WH held until the arrlral of BUbOp Warren at 10:30. Tb«Bi«hoptookbU tort from Paul'* letter V> theK jhrtsiin-j 3-11 " this cause I b->« cny knees unto Father of O'-ir Lord Jasus His discourse w»s impressive and Glo-« quent. I'liOK 31OIJRIS OX TKXUKKXUSS A splendid audience wns drawn tc iho First Presbyterian church yesterday morning by the annou.Dsem.QOV- thst Prof. G. K. Morris was to preach. His theme was the gospel of tenderness, and from Matthew, 12-20 hie text was taken. Dr. Morris was mote than usually elrqaent and impressive, and his words were hoard with the profoundesl ;atention. Dll. DRIVER OX PATIESCK. At the Broadway Prosbyterimt church Sunday morning Dr. Driver clinched the feeling in the minds Of- fals previous hearers in Loganaporfc that ho was a most able and eloquent pastor. He mado a lasting Impression on his audience. His text was tro*a Job, 1.9, 10. 11. DR. BRYAN* OF GUEENCASTLE. Dr R R Bryan of the M E church ••'•* Greencastle was in the pulpit at the Ninth street Christian church ' Sunday morning.' His text was, "Butns manf as receive Him, to them gave , He power to become sons of God." The large congregation thoroughly er>joy«2 the 'discourse. At all the churches large congragfc- tions were noted. J. r D. ,10UN SUNDAY NIGHT. The most forcible and logical arg*« mont for.Chriatianity during the whole of the week, was the sermon of J.E. D. John, the president of DePauw University, Sunday night at the Flwft Presbyterian church. Step by step the speaker clearly and forcibly, aoffi with the oloqui-nco of the orator, demonstrated that Christianity is meant. for the race and is eternal. TORTURED FOR YEARS. A FIREMAN'S B4.TTLE WITH RHQ3- MATISM. How He Conquered the DUww. \tltK Yea Henry Wegoer, assistant engineer at Fire Station No. 5. Cleveland, Ohio says: "For the latt nine years I fcare had rheumatism at Intervals &•£' suffered greatly. I would be off duty from ten days to two weeks each time*, and although I tried many diJJeren* so-called remedies, could not obtain any relief. When I first heard of the remarkable cures Munyon's Rheuua*. tUm Remedy was making I was re*y skeptical, but just about then I had-* very bad attack and concluded to give them atrial. The first bottle relieved me very much, and by the lime I hoffi. taken the second bottle I was cot' pletely cured. I have not i?.ai- ft rheumatic pain since, although I have been wet many times. Now I use Munyon's Remedies in my hoice «n£ find them most excellent, Munyon's Rheumatism Cure -is guaranteed to cure rheumatism la any pazfe of the body. Acute or muscular rheo» matism is cured in from one to CVE days. It^never fails to cure sharp, shooting pains in the ann c . Jegri, fridoc back or breast, or Boren-ji-ii in any part of. the body in from one to thrae hours. It ie guaranteed to promptly cure lameness, stiff and swollen j.-j'.nie. stiff bask and all pains in the hips s.o£ loins. Chrocic rheumatism, sciatic** lumbago or pain in the back aicc speedily cured. Mun yen's Homoeopathic Hornu Reedy Company, orPbiiadelpbia. specifics "Tor nearly every d •which are sold by all druggist:--, ly for 2o cents a bottle. Thosa who are la doubt as to ibe nature of their disease should Professor Munjon, 1505 Arch Philadelphia, giving full their disease. Profetsor Munyoa carefully diagnose the cate acd gi«t> you the benefit of his advice ab«ol«Mlf free of charge. The Remedies wUL.te wnt to any address on receipt 4C retail price \ MoKMB 1 * Steam ikusidrj— O(Ml '•* «zfc

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