White Bed Spreads, Marseilles and Honey Comb Quilts, special pnces during January On a very large stock which is thoroughly complete in particular prices to suit all. and inspect Come m the stock before picked over. it is A.S. Everett, A.M ,M.D Practice limited to Dyspepsia and the rational treatment of Chronic Gastric and Intestinal Disorders. Consultation and Prescriptions by mail. Flat E,, 0158, •reenwood, Ave, Chicago, Ills. APANHA.NDLEMOVE. Baild BUI Electric Line From Elto Anderson Topics to be Insurance and Loans. AH kind a of Insurance and Bonds written In first clasn eom- Money to loan 6 per cent, . Si. M. Closson,319 Pearl St. DR. C. D. EVERSOLE'S DEI2TAL PALLORS Over Porter's New Drug Btore, Comer of Fourth and Market Streets. 308 Market itreet, Hoppe Building. - Daniel Killian & Co. In Order to Bead off Competitors 011 the Lime—Railroad >'ews. According to the Indianapolis'Sen- tinel, the filing of articles of iccor- porationoftheElwood, Anderson & Lapelle elected': railroad discloses the hand of the Pennsylvania company In its efforts to foresoall the purpose ot the Union Traction company to build a line of from Anderson tj El wood. The scheme of the new company Is to build the road along the right-of-way of the Pennsylvania. This line renders the new company independent of the city councils at Frankton and Blwjod in the matter of granting franchises. The Panhandle company has noted the disastrous effect the Union Traction company has had upon the Big Four's business between Anderson and Alexandria, and has taken this step to prevent like competition along its own line. BAILBOAD NEWS. The Big Four will in a short time, let the contract for a new station at Marion. Dick Orowell, of Monticello, has taken a position as brakeman on the Panhandle with headquarters here. Elmer E Carl, who lost a leg by collision of cars in the Kokomo yards, is suing the T., St. L. & K. C. railway company for 130,000 damages. Beginning Tuesday, the Pennsylvania will compete for tourist business from the east for California, running through Pullman cars to Los Angeles -»ia Indianapolis and St. Louis. During the year 1897, 312 patients were treated at the Wabash Em- ployes' Dr. Ex- S- Hunt, -DENTIST— latest-Uscoverleo in medicine and AJ] worl;guaranteed. Office over John Grays on C U Telephone No. 328. Fourth Btreet. IcConnell&McConnell $50,000 6 per cent Money to Loan. Call now Office Opposite Court House. SERTICESiT THE CHUHCHES. DAILY PHAROS SATURDAY. JAN.. 15, 1898. = CITY NRWS :iTor the best laundry work try Maiben& Viney. Both phones. For Bent—A nice flat over Dr. B. 9. Stevens' office on Fourth street. See the New Otto window and save MB on a genuine Sliver dollar shirt. Mies Elisabeth Shell, of Winamao, IB visiting Mrs. Minnie Perslnger, at Anoka. Fried oysters, roast turkey and potato salad for lunch tonight at Dan Brown's saloon. Roman stripe, fancy bosom silver $1 shirts with link cuffs, two for $1, at the New Otto. Mrs Mary F. Bonn, of Walton, is •pendiiag Sunday with W. E. Hurd and other friends. John Kelly, James Nolan and Cal O'Brien, tramps, were housed at the •county jail last night. The' 'Shanty Town" company came in from Marlon this afternoon, and »re quartered at the Johnston and Xarnett hotels. Mrs. I. M. Richardson, of the firm el! Mueller & Richardson, left this allternuon for Grand Rapids, Mich., »o attend the furniture exposition and to purchase goods. S. T.' McConnell was notified this a'tternoon of the death, this morning, of Adams Earl, a prominent citi- a«n of Lafayette. The funeral will t>5 held at 2:30 p. m. Monday. The funeral of the late Anna Wagner will be held Monday morning at J» o'clock from the St. Joseph church, Jiev, Father Koehne officiating. In- torment will be made In Mt. St. Vincent cemetery. Hoosier Democrat (Flora:) Mrs. Mary Bridge, ot Logansport, spent auveral days with friends at this hospital. Two deaths occurred, one being E. Batkey, of Michigan City, a Lake Erie & Western brikemtiQ, and the other Daniel McVeigh, Wabash yardmaster at, Anderson. Both were caught under tbe wheels of cars and ground to pieces. A Nllea, Mich., dispatch states that it is reported on good authority that a deal is in progress for the purchase of the Chicago & West Michigan railroad by the Vandalia line. The new company, If the deal is made, it is understood, will build an independent line to Chicago, instead of using the Michigan Central track as the West Michigan now does, The cause of the wreck which occurred on the Panhandle at.Converse last Wednesday evening has been investigated and some of the trainmen will lose their positions. The officers of the roa? were as lenient an possible, for the crews of both trains had been on duty forty-eight hours. The flagman of the first section of 79 was asleep, but he had been at work so Icng that it WBS almost impossible for him to keep awake. LETTER FROX ALASKA. Depnty Clerk Stnkey Hears From the northern Mining Regions. Deputy Court Clerk Stukey received another letter yesterday from Douglas, Alaska, in regard to a mining claim that he and other Logansport parties have been contemplating the purchase of. The letter is In answer to one written by Mr.Stukey on Dec. 20th, showing that the round trip was made by mall in about three weeks. The letter just received states that the claim will be held optn until the Logansport parties are hsard from again. The statement is made that the ore in the claim gets better as it gets deeper. The cla.lm lies 40 miles from Douglas City, and is on salt water where large vessels can easily land, it being necessary to move the ore less than 100 feet to load it. The country is very mild and is inhabited by Indians only. Bear and other fur animals are plentiful and as for fish, they are so plentiful at timas that a man can see nothing but salmon in the wateo. The location would be one of the best in Alaska 1'or-a cannery, and Alaska does a grijat business in the canning of salmon. Douglas City is not far from Juneau. One of the trails to the Klondyke gold fields lies but a few miles from the claim that place—J, O. with his family Ferrler will move to Lagansport the Irat oit March, where he will work lor Philip Voorhees, the hustling lumber dealer. Ferrier is a hustler and Yoorhees did a good day's work irhen he hired him. The; following members of Tirzah Clourt,, Ben Hur, attended the con«lave »t Kokomo yesterday: Mr. and lire. W. A. Irvin, Mr. and Mrs. Ilyron Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. Will «}anglofl, Mr. and Mrs. Will S. Rosier, S. P. Sands, P. M. Shank, Jordan Hecht, John Tudor, Mayor •eorge P. MoKee. Sheriff 0. E. Irelfler, M. A, Little, Julias Weirt- lielm, Mrs. Joseph. Penrose, Mrs. OhKlM Finch, Mrs. Eva Rumell Mr§. Ella Swadener, Mrs. Mary Hare, Mrs. B. A Krelder. Logansport people are figuring on buying. Mr. Stufcey received with the letter a box containing samples of quartz that were taken frc.m the claim. They can be seen by any one who takes an interest in the matter. Discussed in the PnlpiU Tomorrow. NorthsideU. B. Church.—Preash- ng at 2:30 p. m. Rev. G. W. Lambert, pBistor. Soutbijide U. B. Church—Sunday school at 9:30. Preaching at 10:30 a. m. Rev. G. W. Lambert, pastor. Union revival services will be held at the following churches next week: First Presbyterian, Broadway Presbyterian, Baptist and the^Market street M. E. The Southside Mission Sunday school will meet in the old cooper shop on Burlington avenue tomorrow afternoon at 2^0. Everybody invited- . The Eastend Sunday school will be held eve:ry Sunday afternoon at 2:45 in the free kindergarten rooms on Twelfth street, near George. All are invited. Wheatland Street M. E. church, J, K. Walts, pastor.—Services at the usual time tomorrow, so as to pro- mole the revival now in progress. Revival services will be continued all of next week. First Church of Christ (Scientist). —At the Universalist church tomorrow morning at 11 o'clock. Subject: '•Beginning of Jesus' Public Ministry ot Teaching and Selling," A welcome^ to all. ^ Seventh Day Adveniisl; church, 510 Syca,more street, O. S. Hadley, pastor.—Preaching Sunday evening. Subject: "What we believe and teach as to social purity and what we eat and drink, and why.", Broadway M. E. church, Rev. E. L. Semans, pastor—Class meeting at 9; Sunday school at 9:45. Preaching at 11 a. m. Subject, "Poverty and Riches." Epwort League at 6p.m. Revival service at 7. Subject, "Christian Zeal." All are invited. Ninth street Christian cburch,Rev. S. C. Kendrick, pastor.—Sunday school at 9:30 a. m,; preaching at 11 a m.; C. E. at 6 p m., and preaching at 7 p. m. Morning subject, "Rebuilding the" Walls " Evening subject,, "Change of Heart." All will be welcome. Market Street M. E, church. Rev. W. S. Stewart, pastor—Preach Ing at 10:45 a. m. and 7 p. m. Sunday school at 9:30 a. m. Revival aer vices will also be held. Especial consecration at 2.30 p. in. Junio ,eague meeting at 2 p. m. Epworth League at 6 p. m. Trinity Episcopal church, Rev. D . Coolbaugh.—Morning service witl communion and sermon oh "Th Marriage at Oana," at 11 o'clock Sunday school with sermon, at Onto hall on Michigan avenue, at 2:30 p m. Evening service with sermo'n and woTSbip at 7 o'clock, English Lutheran church, B. E. Shaner, pastor—Sunday school at 9:30. Preaching at 11 o'clock a. m. Subject, "Three Rivers, or the Obstinacy of Man." Junior Endeavor at 3 p. m.. Senior Endeavor at 6:15 p. m. Evoning services a.t 7 p. m. Subject, "Eternity." All are welcome. BnmSway Presbyterian church— Rev. W. E. Blederwolf, pastor. At the inornsng service the pastor will preach, upon "The Baptism of the Holy Spirit." In the evening the third siermon of the series on moral athletics will be preached by the pastor, subject, "The Athletes Triumph, service. Cumberland Presbyterian church, J. W, McDonald, pastor—Services at 11 ii- m. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. Morning subject, "Revivals, Their Uses and Abuses." Evening subject, "Therefore Close Life." Gospel services will be held n this church each evening nex& week, beginning promptly at 7:30 p. m., and closing an 8:30. All are invited . Baptist church, Rev. F. M. 'Huck- eberry, pastor.—Sunday school. 9:45 ,. m. Divine services at 11 a. m. Subject, "Sowing In Tears." Young People's meeting at 6 p. m. Subject, 'The Source of Power." Divine worship at 7 p. m. Subject, "Car- ng for Souls." Sonthside Mission at 2:30 p. m. Preaching by the pastor morning and evening. A cordial invitation is extended co all. •WOMAN'S TROUBLES. jnopsis of a Most Lecture. Important 'he 6reat Advance That is Being Made by InY«tti"n and Discorerj for Easing ibe Burdens of Life and Making Women Better and Happier, <St"\v York Correspondence.) which she endures, but fortunately, by exercising care and availing herself of tho best discoveries of science, there is no reason why she should remain in a condition of unhappiness when there is certain relief near at hand." The lecture made a deep impression upon the ladies of the league who heard it, and there was much discussion upon it after the seasion closed. It seemed to be the general sentiment that women of the present day are beginning to see how needless were the troubles which women formerly endured, and how easily they can be avoided at the present time by exercising intelligent care, Yolunteers of America. A special temperance session will be held at the Volunteers' armory this evening at 7:30. Several tern- peranca workers will address the meeting. On Sunday meetings will be conducted as follows: Sunday school at 9,45 a, m. Christian conference at 3 p. m. Prof. Gamble will address this meeting. Representatives! from all the city churches are Invited. A? ^ 7:30 p. m. a free salvation meeting, Bealle, Miss Lottie I Everybody welcome. Admission frw I to all meetings. Mrs. Morgan J. Willard, of New York, recently read a paper before he Woman's League, of which she Is ,n officer, on the subject of "Woman's Greatest Troubles." After enumerating them in order, and intelllgent- y treating tbe subjects of: "Unrequited Affection," "Lack of Appreciation," "Loss ot Friends," "Poverty," etc., she continued: 'But, unfortunately, the greatest trouble which ever comes into any woman's life is loss of health. Other troubles can be overcome. Time mel- OWB tbe grief which is so overwhelming at the hour we close tbe eyes of our dying relatives or friends. Pov- :rty may be banished and the lost home and eoaial standing regained. Even unrequited affection may be ived down, but broken health blights the life, undermines the spirit, destroys beauty, embitters the nature, rulos tbe life and, too often, amakes death a boon. A sickly woman is the sadaest wreck upon the shoals of life. She Is not'only miserable herself but often brings greater misery to those about her—tbe loving friends whose lives are bound up in hers. Woman's greatest trouble is ill health!" After describing many of the diseases to whlcli women are specially subject, the ledturer continued: "But thank 'Heaven there is an escape. Fortunately there is a relief for women even in their lowest physical condition. Modern science and modern discovery have worked for years on this problem which Is, In fact, the greatest problem of life, namely, how to produce happiness, and it is a cause for gratitude that these efforts have been successful. There are many things which have been discovered which may help women in their physical troubles, and there L is one discovery which certainly cures. I have known many women who have been In the depths of physical bitterness, and who are now on the .heights of happiness. I have seen them taken from a condition of sickness and misery, and know that they are today healthy and happy. I also know tb«t. the meat!! by which they were rr-iured has been endorsed by the highest authorities, medical and cientific, both abroad and in Amerl- jjeou, iiio *».»•"•.-~ i ca it; is commended in the warmest Special music for thisj termg by sucn eminent men as Rev. Dr. Rankin and Bishop Wilson, and by such reliable women as Mrs. Annie 'enness Miller and Mrs, Phelps. I myself, have used it, and cannot ecommend it too highly. The name >f this discovery which has done so much for womanhood, is Warner's Safe Cure, and it can be secured by any woman who feels the need of some reliable friend upon whom she can depend, 1 ' In conclusion, Mrs. Willard said: "Woman Is able to endure sufler- ng far more than man, but there is AMLEB FOISTS. The Elks Held a Social Session Last i Night. The Elks held their first social session in! their new quarters last night, auditor genuine enjoyment it was one of ithe best in the history of the lodge. There were about seventy of the antlered element present, and the fun run fast and furious until nearly 1 o'clock. After two hours had been spent in the club apartments the members ascended Into the lodge room, where the banquet, prepared by George Hodges, head cook at the Barnett hotel, was served. The tables were arranged in the form of a letter "V." Exalted Euler McSheehy officiated as master of ceremonies with becoming dignity, and many fines were levied by him and called under his order by James McKague. The latter wore the unitorraof a metropolitan police officer was introduced as Sheriff Shamrock, and nsbody escaped ;e. At 10:30 o'clock the Elks band marched into the lodge room playing "Aald Lang Syne," after which the entire assemblage stood and drank the "Eleven O'clock Toast," to "Oar Absent Brothers ' Music was also furnished by Fornoff's orchestra. Each brother wan presented with A Great Slaughter SALE OF FINE WINTER SHOES "Which must be closed out at one-third their vahie to make room for our large Purchase of Spring Goods. These shoes are first class and must sell. Come while the sizes are here and get your dioice. ELIPWIKTER."' Shoe Store, 510 Broadway, NO PAINING DANGER! Teeth extracted without pain or after effects, such as sore month, sore gums, etc.. Absolutely safe and painles. an envelope containing the subject upon which he was to talk, and all were notified in advance that a fine of f 5 would be imposed for opening the envelope before the name of the holder was called. Many witty speeches were made. Lieutenant Landrey, a member of Port Huron, Mich., lodge, and O. H. Binns,superintendent of the Kenneth quarries, a member of the Columbus, Ohio, lodge, were guests. The most natural-looking artificial Teeth on new method PLATES, guaranteed to fit. The finest and best method of CROWN and BElDwE Work. l»~No charore for extracting -without pain wheunevr teeth are to be supplied. Dr. W. T, Hurtt, •pi TJ »T «T» T C TI 3 11 1-2 Fourth St. UJtSJM 1 lO A Sorer Fisher's Drug-Star AMUSEMENTS. D OLAN'S OPERA HOtlSB. WM. DOLAH, JtASAOIR. Saturday, January 15th, '98. The Natural Irish Character Comedian, TOM NAWN Iu the Laughing Success. Shanty Jown "AN OLD HOMESTEAD IN IRISH" By OPIE READ. BIG STAR CAST Two car loads of Special Scenery. A Perfect Natural Play. Magnificent Production. Hortlcnltnral Society. The Cass County Horticultural so- jiety will hold its January meeting ;n the north court room on Saturday. Jan. 22, 1S9S. PROGRAMME The general purpose orchard—The best variety of apples to be used in setting an orchard of one hundred trees—By L. E. Brown. Discussion. The public Is invited to attend. JOHN P. MABTDT, Sec'y. Male Help Wanted. TTTANTXD for spring trade * traveling Mlec- VV man to sell onr Eped»l Hoe ot Dry Goods to the remit trade direct. Liberal commigiion. Good side line. South Philadelphia Woolen Co.. Box 1SU, Philadelphia. Smoke thejOolu«ibia : cJgar no reason why she should oe compelled to do so. She may Be able to endure pain, but she was not created for that purpose. Her mission in life .s to diffuse joy and gladness. Her face becomes n revelation of heaven when wreathed in happiness, but gives us a glimpse of all that is mis- THE McISTOSH CASE. Conducted bj the Younger Members of the Cass County Bar. It has been observed that the murder case now on trial is being conducted by the younger members of the Cass county bar. It is conceded too that the great murder trial has been ably conducted by both sides. This In in no way discreditable to the older members of the bar, but it proves that the younger element la to become worthy successors of the bright men who have worthily served the public in- the great profession. The present trial IB one of the most notable In the criminal history of this county, and both sides have shown themselves well prepared for the contest. INJURY TO THE STiTE. Movement on Foot to Abolish the Office of State Gas Inspector. There is a movement on foot to abolish the office of state gas Inspector. Every annual report rendered by that officer shows a rapid decrease of the natural .gas pressure, while every new well drilled shows practically the same pressure as the first wells drilled. Tine agitators of the movement to abolish the office claim that these annual reports have been a great disadvantage to the natural gas belt by way of keeping Investors Seethe Stage Effects. Display. Punny Goat*. See the BenvrUCul Seethe Grand jpyroteoUoioal PRICES 25c, 35c, 50c and 76c. pi's PRESS POLLEGE, 11 -—— U -" -" " _ (Established 1867), (Incorporated 1804). Employs mere persons th«n »ny other similar institution In thus jiart oltbe country. Hall's Business College Has secured more position s for worthyyounir inen arid women during the past year thun all other commercial schools In tbis part of tb« State ODmbmed. ' Hall's Business College Has better rooms and Is better equipped thi» any of Its competitors. Hall's Business College Enrolled more student* during thsyetr 1897, than during any prflvious year. If you want u> secure a position attend...... MIL'S BUSINESS Cor. Broadway and 8th Street. C F. MOOHB Prest. Takes the burn out; heals the wound; cures the pain. Dr.Thomas Eclectri: Oil, the household remedy. and manufacturing enterprises away oy fear of a total gas. failure of natural Jnry Commissioners. Judge Chase has reappointed Jas. P. Martin and Lemuel, G. Patterson jury commissioners for this county. These gentlemen will have the selection of both petit and grand jurors for the year 1898, Each of the commissioners places; an equal number of names in the jury box and these are drawn from by the clerE of the court a few days before the beginning of a term of court. When special venires necessary the commissioners supply the names, They do so too In case a 'stnck" jury is demanded. The Eebekfths Entertali. Jewel lodge, Daughters of Rebekah, entertained forty members of Wlna- mac lodge yesterday afternoon and evening. The viaitors took supper at Mrs. Hall's restaurant, on Third street, and banqueted In the lodge room at 11:30, after the wort. The guests returned home on an early train tula morning. erable when depressed bj dejection. Bat, far too often, her troubles aifse from her own making. Thougnfc- Ifluness, carelessness and neglect are too often responsible for the misery k Is visiting Jn the city Manon Houston, of Mansfield, O., ADDITIONAL ITEMS. The Silver $1 shirt 50c—New Otto, Have your pictures framed at my reBldence,7n North st, C. M.Hanna, Remember that the Eastend Pleasure club will give a dance Monday night at the G. A. E. hall. Two shirts for the price of one. See the New Otto show window fo* styles of the celebrated Silver shirts, two for SI. Stacy Williams, of Milwaukee, a traveling salesman, will arrive in the city tonight and be a guest for several days of A. B. Dodd. Eli Panl, of Clinton township, fell out of his wagon, last evening, while en route home from the city, and broke his left shoulder. Dr. Hatch was called. Da. Bogers, of Longcliff hospital, was at Marlon, yesterday intending the Johnson murder trial. He will be latex used a? a witness for the state In rebuttal testimony. Patrolman Dean has been detailed to guard the north door of the Circuit court room daring the progress of the MclntoBh trial, to keep the crow* back and to preserve order. Hany Calvert, wife anil family wish to thank all their neighbors and frtendo for their kindnew iind sympathy fluring their sad bereavement, in the sudden death aid illness ot their little son, Archie. The Central Union Telephone company's long distance line, betw«m Lofrannport and Toung AmralM, Witt be connected tip Monday. Tb4 i»- strumont at Young America Trill fet i placed In the store of Rum Kite.
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