Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on April 16, 1895 · Page 5
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 5

Logansport, Indiana
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Tuesday, April 16, 1895
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Special Easter Offerings, teautifui and Stylish Neckwear. Tne Latest Styles in Hats 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 p£ the necessity of a New Spring Suit. Present this coupon with a nominal sum erf money at our store and we will make to your order the 'handsomest suit o£ clothes that ever adorned jour body. TUCKER "&YOUNG, TMB FEflRL STRBET TfllLORS. AL ESTATE INTELLIGENCE FFICE. iOANS NEGOTIATED. GEO. W. HODEFBR, b Broadway. Over Hault's Jtwelry Store. DR. F. M. BOZKR'8 (ENTAL PARLORS. > State National Bank, Logansport, Ind. CHA9, W- SeLEGUH, Matchmaker and Engraver. ston's Drag Store. Broad- EXPERT TESTIMONY. DAILY JOURNAL. [TUESDAY MORNING. A-RIL ie. I The sidewalk at Wilson, Humphreys |Co'8 property, on Fourth and North reets, is being Improved. | Mm J. C. Clendenning hai removed om Eal river avenue to the Brugge- i property on Market street. I See our new sllki in Pelisse. India |lkt that are so ecarce, plenty now at » Trade Palace in beautiful design. I/The plant ol the Standard Oil com. at Rochester, Ind., was consumed Sunday, causltg a big loss to h? company. I Hood'a Sarsaparllla gives great bod- nerve, mental and digestive nglh, simply because it purifies, Itallzet and enriches the blood. IF. M. Wagner has purchased for R part, Including buildings, of pplece of land, located near the col. L'ge. owned by George J. Hogle. I The game of base ball at the Drlv» kg Park Sunday between the Logans- orls and the J. D. Fercueons, re- ElUed In a victory for the Logana- torti by a icore of 8 to 3. I /The funeral of Bessie, the 13 year I daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David der will be held today at 2 p. m., i the family residence, No. 412 |ra» street. Burial will be made at Hope cemetery. | / Awarded llfhest Honors—World'* Fair. •DR; CREAM HOTDfR MOST PERFECT MADE. in QnM Cream c 'Tartar Powder. Fr« i Ammonia. Alum o. wy other adulterant p , 40 YEARS THE STANDARD, Wh»c the Kl«ctrlc«l Knslneer, Scientific M««»ilne, Hayn or the Xew CUy JtilKbt. Enterprise. The Electrical Engineer of New York, one of the leading eleotrioa magazines of the country, devotes tKree pages to the Logansport electric light plant whloh It considers one ol the most complete of recent construction. The article is illustrated ,In his introduction the writer says: "Logansport, Ind,, the county sea of Ca«s county, i9 a thriving city o about alxteen thousand inhabitants situated at the junction of the Ell and Wabash rivers. Up to last December the city was paying a local llght company |10,000 per annum for 10( street llghti of 2,000 c. p., operated upon the moonlight schedule. Th question of the olty owning and oper ating its own plant has been dlacusse( for the past five years, but it was no until the summer of 1893 that the matter began to take definite shape with the result that last December the clty'e plant was started and as far a can be judged within the short timi time that it has been in operation bids fair to prove a profitable vencur on the part of the city." Under the head of "Cost of plan and operating expenses" he says • -The total capacity of the plant, a constructed at present will furnish 180,200 o. p., arc lights and 2,500 16o p., InoandesoentB. The entire coat t the olty in round numbers will b $60,000, one hundred and fifty of th arc lights will be used for street light ing and will therefore bring no direct revenue to the city. The remaining 30 arcs the city will rent as oommer oial lights at |6 per month, giving ai income of at least f2,000 per year Of the 2.500 incandescent lights It 1 expected that 1,500 will be disposed o as commercial lights, and 1.000 for residences, the income at meter rates 7 cents per kilowatt hour, being estl .mated at $14.000 per year, makings total of $16,000." In conclusion he says, "Before th plant was accepted by the city It wa thoroughly Inspected and tested b Mr. Frank B. Rae, retained by th city for that purpose. His repor was extremely favorable and speak well for ihe parties who furnished th several equipments." He refers to Engineer Rae's report "The report concludes as follows: 'Th olty of Logansport Is to.'be cocgratu lated upon the possession of an excep tlonally fine arc light and mcandescen plant, whloh the city will be able \ operate for a very much lower figur than can be done by contract- 11 The EroUUon Of medicinal agents is gradually rele gating the old-time herbs, pills draughts and vegetable extracts to th rear and bringing into general use th pleasant and effective liquid laxative Syrup of Piga. To get the true reme dy see that is manufactured by th California Fig Syrup Co. only. Fo •ale by all leading drugglau. Ben Wolf ha* gone into the milk bu»lne»« for himself, having resigned hit place u dairyman at ihe Long Cliff hoipital. ICBU of a P«r»onal Character Concerning I,o«»D»port«ni and Their Frlenda. n the city yesterday: H. Kerlin of Delphi. F. Teaford of Effner. Jos. Alber of Burrows. Harry Barr of Red Key. Will Lybert of Vermont. Harry Elce of Erankfort. A N. Mayer of Wabash. F. A. Stevenson of Blwood. Fred Selgrlst o( Alexandria. Chne. Wellington of Goodland Bert Van Voorst of Monticello. W. H. and G. W. Blshopp of Walton. William Hunter and son of Young America. Ed Martz and W. H. and C!. S. Moore of Kokoroo. Otto Kraus went to Chicago yeater. day. Fred R»uoh was at Delphi yesterday. F. A, Dykeman is at Chicago on business. Mrs. John Keller is visiting friends at Vernon. John Craig of Kokomo, spent Sun day in the city. Jamea Martin o' Lafayette was here to spend Sunday. W. C. Bailey and eon Roy were here Sunday from Peru. John J. Hlldebrandt was yesterday at Flora on business. S. B. Patterson will go to Chicago this week on business. Mrs. Mack Langion is at Indianapo Us visiting- relatives. J. C. Newer was In Carroll county on business yesterday. Harry S. Elliott made a business trip to Frankfort yesterday. Mrs. M. W. Jamison is here from Peru for a visit with friends.. Lew Shurte leaves today for a two weeks' visH at Lowell, Ind. Amos La Prell spent Sunday with his parents In Columbus City. Fred Draper was here Sunday from Kokomo for a visit with friends. James F»usett has removed to this city from Ford's Crossing to locate. C. J. Bowers Is here from Peru visit ing his daughter, Mrs. Charles Neagle Miss Edith Skinner has returned from Reynolds after a stay of two weeks. Mrs. J, J. Campbell has returned from a visit with her sister in Huntington. Charles Traut has been called to Fort Wayne by the illness of a sister at that city- Mr. and Mrs Fred M. Taft are here from Richmond called by the sickness of C. H. Uhl. D. Hobart Jand wife of Attica, Ind were the guests 'of Dr. S. S. Clark In the olty Sunday. Henry Horst, the postman is taking a week's vacation. James Murphy Is filling his place. Miss Laura Castle of New Waverly, is the guest of her sister, Mrs. Walter Moore of the city- John Quinlan has returned from Indianapolis to accept a position with Pierce ihe tailor. Charles Sohraeder of Huntingdon was a guest of his brother, Wtt Sohraeder over Sunday. Miss Daisy Schermerhorn is here from Delphi visiting Miw Jessie Fierce of Market street. Miss Msggle Ross of Richmond who has been visiting Mle« Percy Luce returned home yesterday. ' 1? " r Dr. J. H. McKlnzle of Culver academy, Marmont, transacted bus! ness In the olty yesterday. •Mr. and Mrs. Philip Voorheea were here from Flora Easter Sunday to visit Mr. and Mrs. AI Denbo. Miss Minnie Praoge has been called to her home at Indianapolis by the reported illness of a relative. Miss Maggie Halpin and Mls» Maj Warnock attended a rsceptlon and dance at Lafayette last evening Capt. Thomas Twomey of Fon Wayne was a guest of his brother, Michael Twomey over Sunday. Mrs. E. F. Keller cume home Satur day night from Indianapolis after a visit with relatives and friends. Mrs. L. M. Schofield and daughter of Hammond, who have been visiting 'John Gray, returned home yesterday. Misses Mame Torr and Mame For man returned to Coates college, Terre Haute, yesterday after a short vaca. tlon. Miss G-iiver, Mlis Anna Castle and James Martin of Lafayette, -tpent Sunday in theclty the guest* of Ihe JtlUei Hebel. , ..'...*' Cbas. A. Parton and daughter, Hits Grace of Peru were here Sunday. They were accompanied homo by Mrt. • • ' ••.' JTJX^i 1 .' ! * Boys sweaters : Mens . " the $1 .kind colors cardinal, blue, eern 48° Mens outing shirts, cut large 23c Mecs- and Boys .percale shirts, laundried, with collar attached,!39o Boys shirt waists, finest French percale, laundiled, newest designs 75c Mothers Friend, nnlaundried, all strictly new patterns 38o Calico waists at half price 15c Childs tan and black Oxford ties...50o Old ladies serge congress gaiters...SOo Mens Balbriggan underwear sold last summer at SOc'i - 19 ° oo CO cv= u- JJJ K«ld trim- He can't pull Ihcr.-, off, no matter how he tries. THE IMPROVED BEE The best Waist ou earth, with .^tocklnc Supporters to mntch, -Mothers, jour boyscnn t pull his buttons olfwith a Bee Wuiston. 3 to 10 Years. Whit* or Gray. Mens 45c suspenders MensOOa " med Best blue overalls and waist 75o the suit for ................................ "*& Misses kid button shoes $1 kind.. .508' Ladies Oxford ties, patent tip ....... 50ft-- Tan shoes, Prince Alberts, all solid .................. ....................... ILOO Mens base ball shoes ........... • ......... 50°~ L. A. W. bioyole shoes, me'ns boys and youths ............................... $1.36^ (Jnlaucdried shirts, long and short jti, bosom, pare linen bosom and linen lined, all lengths oftsleevas « V worth $ 1 for .............................. 50c= Price, 50 Cents. The aboVe orices are to change dull times into brisk. Dull are not ^neclssity and they should not exist. It costs us no more ?o seU $^25,000'par month than $5,OOO per month. But the m^re- we sell the cheaper we can sell; the less we have to figure on ths- rinllar for cost That's the secret of success of large Deparmsnt Stores in th° e cities and that's why we can afford to sell so cheap, "Of CoSrse" OTTO KRAUS does not enumerate one thousandth; part of his bargains^-you may judge all by the above See the Show Window for novelties in Ladies' and Men's Fine Shoes. OTTO KRAUS. Joseph Clifford, of Grand Forke, N. D., whom they met here on her way to Peru for a vit It. Virgil Stewart of Atnboy was in the city one day recently in the interests of ths Huber 'manufacturing company. Landon Young, Charles Worden and Fred Graff were among: those who came over Sunday from Peru for a visit with friends. . Thomas Lane, an old traveling man well known In the city, leaves today for New York City after a stay of a week among friends and customers. Two 'young people from Walton. Mias Llllie Shuman and Edgar Bowyer hare gone to Marion to enter the summer term of the Marlon Normal college. Elmer Fitzgerald, one of the Logansport representatives at the Ann Arbor, Mich , law school, is here to spend'a week or ten days with his parents-in the city. •J Hv jEWrrlsoa, .prass representative for Wallace's show, was in the city Sunday,, and reports that the show will be better than ever this season. They open at-Peru on May 4th. SPREAD TJeON ROAJDS. Cash Consumed by <!•»• County Com- roiMtontri Caring; for Country C»rrl»*eWaj», The gravel roads of Case county cost the'taxpayers for repairs the year ending yesterday. $3.72 915. On a 3 cent 'levy In .two installments, $5,99339 were collected during the twelve months, and of this sum there Is a balance of $1,857.65 still. In the fund. The commissioners' report shows expenditures as follows: Logansport ft Pleasant Grove S Ml 72 Logansport & Eoyal Center «« 87 Logansiiort* Marlon...- *" "* LoHansport a. Bock Creek.. «g " Logsni.pon & Burlington £j f LoKansportd: Western <™ Q Logansport* Nortttern •£ -» MailoniJDelphl 551 » Total ...^........-^ « 3 '™ 1B Cbnren OJHeor* Choien. The following officers have .been chosen by the congregation of Trinity Episcopal church. Ssnior.Warden-JJr Bell. Junior Warden-CSVigui Vegtiy-—W D Pratt, Thoa Manders, Chas McKeen, Robert Manders, W A Osmer, *A H McDonald and T U Simpson. A BarrUry on Canal Stireel. A burglary was reported Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Jones on Canal street. Strangers were seen to leave the house stealthily, but the police wore not notified in time to capture the alleged robbers. Wooten-Poulter. Lewis J. Woolen and M/s. Josephine H. Pouiter, both of Clinton township, wera married yesterday evening by 'Squire Frank Might at his office. : The> will live in Clinton township at the groom's home, : A Hileind lUppj Old'ise May be'insured to ladies bv using Zoa- Phora at the critical period of change of life. Sold by B. F. Keeeling and Couleon.& Co. The German Lutheran Synod will meet atJndian apolis tomorro ». Rev. Tirmensteln. Prof. Moesta. Prof. En- glebectfand/. W. Pottboff. will represent the Logansport church. Phyi^slana recommend a pure wine M ft«»eter*onic.. Get Royal Ruby »t GLORIFIED THE SON. Uiiusnallr Fine and Appropriate Ku»ter Servlc-»at ihe fcotsannport CliurchcN Sun«Uy. The services of the Episcopalians at Trinity oburob, carefully arranged and directed by Prof. Barr Easter Sunday, were heard with revential pleasure by a large congregation. The musical portion of the program was probably equal to lhat of any church in the city. The floral decorations were most beautiful. THE UNIVERSAUBT CIIDRCH' The Bev. T. S. Guthrle epoke beautifully and tenderly on a moat beautiful theme "Easter," Sunday morning. Special music was rendered by the choir, and the pulpit was handsomely decorated. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Flowers in brilliant profusion made Dr. Putnam's pulpit a beautiful bower Sunday morning. "After an Endless Life," was his text, and a most able Easter sermon was listened to with flattering attention by an audience that filled the big room. The Eister muekr was well selected and sung with good effect by a large choir. W. T. Giffe sang a aolo In excellent style. BROADWAY METHODIST CEDKCH. Rare and lovely flowers ab-junded at the Broadway Methodist church, and the congregation Easter morning was an inspiration that had its effect upon the eloquent pastor, the Rev. Norrls. Hie discourse in honor of the day was an effort of unusual worth. Miss Marlon Treat of Chicago sang a solo. She also sang at the evening services. BROADWAY PRESBYTERIAN CHCKCH. Mrs. Anna Bice labor, who ha* long been a favorlted vocalist, sang sweetly to the delight of her many friends at the Broadway Presbyterian church Sunday morning. The Rev. H. A. Perolval, who has made such an excellent impression upon his new flock alnce his advent here, delivered an Impressive Easter »ermon. The floral decorations were tasteful and elaborate. CHRISTIAN CHURCH. The Rev. D. R. Lucas of Indianapolis spoke at the forenoon and evening tervicea of the Christian church on Ninth street, and tho well trained voicei of the cholrsters rose from behind gweet scented flowers and plants, in harmonious praise of the Son arisen. The services were beauulul and large congregations attended. CC.MB£RT,A>T> PRESBYTERIAN. Special and fitting remarks were made by the Rev. Chas. B. Wellborn at the Cumberland Presbyterian church to a large congregation. An Easter program was carried out and the singing of the quanette, Misses Lux and Foust and Messrs. Girrett and Foust, was especially worthy of mention. The floral tributes to the day were moat beautiful. AT THE LUTHERAN CHDUCH. The Easter services at St. Luke's Lutheran ch-.'rch were very Interesting --ad Itnpressive.Tha church was beautifully decorated and the choir rendered excellent music. Fifteen new members ware received. Rev. L. A. Gotwald, D. D . preached a flue sermon, after which pa«ttr Kauffman assisted by Dr. Gutwald atd Rev. I. Keleo administered the communion There WM the largest attendance upon communion la the history of tnl» church. filling the allies with ahalrs Weber many stood A9IUSKMKNTK. D OL,\NH OI'KIt* MO«;SIJ. s. B. PATTKBSON, " OSE NIGHT ONLY". Tuesday April 16th firantf Easier Attractlnn, Tlw evcnt or ttm .swson. The Ink artiste Suj»porUJd by W S. HART In The New Magdalen, Bb«i its Mercs Merrtclc. 9e«t sale- opens Stttirtajr momlDe at Jotm- bton'8 Drue Store. pp.,,-- (1st floor *1. 75c. 60c, PRICES, ^ Balcony 60c,25c. D OLAN'S OPKIIA HOUSE. S. B. Putlernon, Mana«er. Tbe Great Roaring Suciess: Maloney's Wedding. ... * With a Funny Company. Pretty Girls, Good Dancers. Great Singers,- Advance sale Thursday Morning at. Johnston's Drugstore: Prices:—1st floor, 50, 75c; Balcony av25c. throughout the services and a number were turned away. The members of St. Luke's are much encouraged. CATHOLICS OBSERVE TOE DA.Y. At the Catholic churches all the elaborate praise services and observances were most impressive- The capable choirs rendered in fine style the beautiful numbers of the programs announced. The day was one- to be remembered by the members ot' these churches for the excellence of the music, the exuberance and beauty of the floral adornment of the holy places, and thepowerof ihe discourses- rendered NEVER SUCH AN EASTER. To tell of tbe services at all tb»- houses of worship, of the good things that were fala, tnebeauslul songs that were sunir and the bright costumes and Easter bonnets that made eech congregation bright and pleasing to the eye, would take more space than t<* at the- Journal's disposal. At all tbo churches there was special elcglog. and the sermons were all properly ke^cl to the b3auty of the day, Iw significance- and holloa si. EdSvur Sunday in Logansport was ai almost perfect diy in numerous wayb. TaeFoner»l«f Sltn. J. C. Howe. Tae dena of Abble Howe, of No. 630 High-street occured Sunday at 10 a. m., resulting 'rom poeumoain. Toe deceased *»s lo her ^xiy-^ixth year and wa,- ihd *i'o of J. U tto*e Tna funeral will be held Wednesday afternoon at 3 o'clock from tbe residence, the Rev. D. ?. Pj«iim offiotaiirg. G!r:mn* Worn* lor Clerk*. • I don'l *aot aoj in my offiie; can't depend on them; ihey are mway* glv. ing out whan n>«*t needed." »ay* a bu*inen man. Zoa«Pborm (Woman'* Friend) cure* «lck and ntr»oai headache aod periodic troublet. maldog women ••in n* and reliable- Sold bj B. F Keeping mud Couleoo it. Co

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