Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on March 25, 1894 · Page 5
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 5

Logansport, Indiana
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Sunday, March 25, 1894
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DUNLAP'S Celebrated Hats. Stiff, Soft and Silk. SPRING STYLES! DEWENT THE HATTER. OBSERVE! 1 The announcement of %< Tucker & Young I THE PEARL ST. TAILORS. 3 y Their New Spring 4J Goods are ready for in- £ spection. Special attention is called to 3 their $20.0O suits made to order. Yours Truly, "PUCK.' CLIMAX BAKING POWDER IS ON TOP BECAUSE |No oth*r l«so Cheap Costs !••• than Half land plaaMsmueh b«tt«r | than tha over-prloed and "endowed" kinds. .— Judgo for yourself. ! In Cant. At your Grocer'* DAILY JOURNAL SUNDAY MORNING. MARCH 25. Miss Minnie Potter has just returned from tho ea«t. Miia Clara Mohallio IB visiting her aunt, Mrs Toler Cline, at Indianapolis. Men's soamlee* socks, silk heel and toe, only 25 cents, at the New Fashion store. The ProhibltlonldtB and Populate met Friday evening and nominated city tickets. Those who attended Harry Frank's challeoge sale were more than surprised at the bargains offered. Until further notice our millinery department will be opened until 9 o'clock each evening, at the New Fashion store. Look out for the greatest wool dress goods display ever seen at special prices. See our large line of silks and laces.—Trade Palace. My Chicago trimmer has arrived. Ladtea. if I did not salt you last sea- ion in trittmlnff, I can now, as I have changed trimmers—Mrs. Brupgeman. The union cigarmakers of the city have issued circulars to the trade in this city calling attention to the influence 10 detrimental to their interests ol the isle of .non-union cigars and declaring that on and after April 1st tbey, and the unions nffllllated with them, will come to patronize merchants who handle non-union cigars. T. P, A. ftotet. ( Post G, Indiana division, located at Terro Haute, Ind . is provided with elegantly furnished club rooms with all conveniences, decorated In a manner worlhy o( the refinement of a T. P. A. Post. One of its membeis says that "With such surroundings there is but little left to wish for, one would think. Still we are not entirely satisfied; we want more. We do not want the earth, but we want something more than we have. We have room on our walls for the group picture of the national officers, and when it arrives it will be appropriately framed and placed there," The State convention of the Indiana division of the T. P. A. of A. will be held in Lafayette Saturday, May 19tb, and wo take the liberty to say (remembering our delegation o Ft. Wayne last year) that every member of Post F will bo there. While the work ol these convention is done by a few tho membership as a wholo is bonetittod by attending. The detailed work of tho association Is necessary, eo is tbo framinE of a constitution but the greatest benefit comes to tho members by tho llamo of enthusiasm kindled from meeting so many •nm'ilivg, good natured traveling men, for who ever siw a traveling man look anything but happy. Post U, of Illinois division, located at Springfield, recently elected the following officers: W. L. Stagg, president; G. C. Houchens, vice-preaidtnt; David Sollgman, secretary and treasurer, and a board of three directors, namely: S. Slmoason, A. K. Stacy and R. N. Gelsler. This enterprising post meets in an elegantly appointed room. Ft. Wayne Gazette: R H. Hudgel will offer some amendments at the next annual convention of the T P. A. and you can rest assured that tbev will be of such a business like nature that they are almost sure to be adopted as they should be, for they are one and all Intended for the best interests of the organization. Ft Wayno Gazette: Post A, will elect fourteen delegates and fourteen alternates next Saturday at their regular monthly meeting to attend the T. P. A. State convention, which ie to be held at Lafayette in Ma^.next. lioland D. Jones, a member of Post i 1 , who ba< been confined to his horns be past week with malaria is able to e out again. Beautiful spring wraps from $3 up, at the New Fashion store. A SPECIAL SESSION. The (;uy Council llevolvc* un Itcm- Ixetl StiKciiiciit From the finance Committee. Tho city council mot in special session last evening with uvory member •present oxcopt Powell. Tho mooting' wa.» culled to hear tho report of tho Finance Committee, and to norroct tGe misreprescintatiocs of the I'huros and other tools otthe natural gas combine. Tbo dlecusslon wan emphatic but unanimous. Councilman 'Oolan explained that he had taken tho clerk's report from tho Journal reporter because it was not iicnilzed and that the Finance Committee had gone o^er tbo books and had itemized tho report and desired that it should go before the public. The report was received aad unanimously adopted as follows: REl'ORT. To the Hon Mayor i:nU Slembers of the Council. (TENTLKMKN: Your Finance Committee to whom was referred the clerk's nine months report of orders issued on the treasury from May 1, 1893 to Fob. 1, 189-1 would respectfully report to ihis council that by examination wo lind tho report Inaccurate inasmuch as the accounts wore not classified undor tho proper heads and wero calculated to array tho public uKiunat this council inasmuch as somu of tho departments are charged with accounts that did not belong to them. For instance in this report tbo streets nro charged with the* sum for nine mouths of $-I0.97;J,2'J. Aifo an induf.huto account called ' specific" is charged with $7.289.77, These largo turns wo believe wero compiled by thn papers for tho purpose of bringing this council in bad repute as your committee will show hy tho folloflny ilemixod account which it bus taken from the council record ol allowances commencing May 1, '98 and ending Feb. 1, '94. Tho amount expended on tho streets in that time was $10,028.0!) instead of $-10.073.29. We have also separated tbo specific account and charero tho different amounts where they belong- making- in all a full itemized account of every dollar thnt wo found allowed hy the council in the nine months referred to as follows: Sireddflrnrtment, $10,?2S CD CoiiiuitwosslmriKiiiilc'onipri — l.fl-iB en Krle aveiuiB purcbttHe 11,017 01 Erlp uvonoe. amount iidvincod to be paid by iidjncent property holders C,7(i6 rn >umber for brldgfia i.fiir, 43 Soiwnccodllt 7.9S1 SO »«trle light account 7.1S7 04 Cemotery account 2.021 'K Pollen account 7,878 S2 Kln> department 9.1ICI H2 P;irlts, both inclusive. 1,-ia* 69 LcRiil Hnrvlces IncludliiK city mty fees... 4,Sia 80 City officers' salurloii and otlior small ex- ixmses : <.4!>9 l>5 toiKlneers' exp<ma«s Including salaries,. 1.2X3 8fi Printing account (104 <H> City commissioners 180 On r;it«rpston city bonded debt 11,000 01) Interest on city orders redeemed 1,20707 Intereston Pratt fund.. 3HO 08 Stntionarjrfor^clt> otilaes..'.:.,....... ....7..,' SM K Garbage hauling XM) 00 Wntor works Account .- WO 19 Feedlnicprlsoners at county Jnll 11 0') Gns, both, natural arid artlflcial 173 16 Board •( Health lr>i on School Board 900 00 tO:t 87805 WM. DOLAN, M. C. WADE. 8, B. BOYER. Finance Committee. Councilman Dolan Introduced the following resolution; Resolved, That in the opinion of this council if James McSheehey'i Illegal bill of, 1(49 had been allowed he would not charge tbo council with such extravagance. The resolution wa§ laid over under the rules and the council adjourned. Demth of Frank Jones. There was sincere mourning in that class of Loffansport society of which he has long been a popular member when the announcement was made of the death yesterday inorclng at 9 o'clock of Frank Jones, the well known sporting man who died of consumption after a long and distressing illness. Ho was aired 29 yoarr. His death oc^ curred at his residence over :i2(i Broadway, and at the last he was surrounded by wife, mother, brother and sister. The deceased was born in Marshall county and bad lived in Lo. Kan j port for nearly fifteen yearg. He waa married in January of last year to Ida M. Rich who survives him together with bis mother, Mrs. J. L. Berry, of Angola, Ind,, a brother, Newton Jones and a sister, Mra. Londensloger, of Elkhart. The funeral services will be held at his later rooms Monday, afternoon at 2 o'clock, conducted by Rev. Dr. D. P. Putnam, pastor of the First Presbyterian church. Interment wiU be made it Mt. Hope ceme- ttry. Tbe !HoderB Way Commends itself to the well.Informed, to do pleasantly .and effectually what was formerly done in the crudest man. ner and disagreeably aa well. To cleanse the a- stem and break up colds, headaches and feveru without unpleasant after effects, usa the delightful liquid laxat'.ve remedy, Syrup of Flge. Rev. G. W. Guy, of Suspension Bridge N. T., IB visiting in the city, the guest of bis former class mate, Rev. T. S. Freeman. He will remain here several days and will occupy the pulpit at the Christian church this evening. HALF PRICE FOR SEASONABLE MERCHANDISE, 5 cents for Linen Collars worth lOc. IO cents for Linen Cuffs worth 20c. 37 1-2 cents for French Balbriggan Underwear worth 75c. 37 1-2 cents for Unlaundried Shirts, No. 1 quality, worth 75c. 50 cents for Fancy Percale Shirts worth $I,OO. Oxfords for 75c—Ladies' Oxfords- -worth $1.50. 200 Pairs All Sizes, worth $1,50, for 75c. $ LOO for Ladies Kid Button worth $1.50. l.OO for Men's Congress or Lace Shoes worth $1,5O. 1.00 for Misses' Heel Shoes worth $2.00. 1,50 for Ladies' Fine Kid Button, sizes 1 to 3, worth $4* 1.50 for real elegant Low Shoes, all styles. OTTO KRAUS. The Bankrupt Sale. THB CI1IIKCI1EM. CIIDHCH OK CUBIST (Sclentlst)--Se.rvlce.s »m b« field In their new rooms In tH' ifiu{«< block, corner ol Sixth ii mi Broadway. Hlule Class at at);:)0 Sunday mornlnx- All lire cordially Invited to ut tend. CLJUHKRI.AND PRKSIIYTKRJAN Cnt'ncii,—Services nt Ham and 7pm. trenching by Rev. L. W. Madden of Chlnwto, In the morning iherswlil fc» an Banter service*, In tlifl evening an Bran- elllstic servlcn. SundajSclmol at 9:45 a ra. Preacelngat'ipmat Cumberland chapel north of town, M-4HJOPT STREET M. is. CHDKCB-Bev. W. fi. »'one», Pastor. Preaching ut l(Hoa m. Sab- iMith Uchocl ut 9-.3U n m. Junior League Ht '2 :)0 pro. EvBiiIng nervtcesat7:.'(0pm. Prenclilng DjRev. Murphy of .Kansas, Class meet'ngs at ll.-tfaro amis* p m. All are cordially Invited. TBINITV EPISCOPAL CHDJICH—Rev. Douglas I. Hobns Rector. Special Easter jervlceias follorn: 0 u in Hoi; communion. 9:46 a m, Sunday (School; llam mornlnn pnijer and sermon. "Subject, "ClirlHl the Living one." The mtulcAl program tor thin service will be found in another column. 7pm children'* choral service. All are welcome. UNIVKHSALIOT CHURCH—Rev. T, S. Guthrle Pastor. Services today at tills church at J1 a.m. and 7 p. m, by the pastor. Sunlny ncliool at 10 a. m., Kdward Canls, 8upt- Morning subject, "TheResurrection" followed by communion, In the evening the children of the Sunday School will give an Easter concert. All are cordially Invited to these services. BAITIST CHCRCII—Bev. W. H. H. Marsh Piiator. Services today Ht lOjJOa, m. and 7:Wp, in., pri)Hchlnt;by thu piistop. Sunday School nt it. MectlnK «f tlieB Y. P. C, In the Induce room utllW, Lender, Miss Kllzabetu -Niisli, Siiblect, "The lirimd Leanlie Mission in Camilla." Morn- Incfiii'jjfct, "Cor.st's victory over ilfath In his resurrection" in Knitter sermon. KvenliiK subject. " Sfeirchlnf! t.he Hlblti tmt tnl.\slin; HIH iruth." KIT.ST FiiEsuvruHUN Cnt!nrii-Hev. I>. F. Pnt- nain, piistur- ' OleMliU Ijoiilcs" will bt>tl\i' .iiil'joctof ;in KjiHlcr wenjion I his juonitn^at 1) o'clock. "Korwhul he pive inmsnlf'wMI be t ho subject ot Uiu >onn n nt 7:lii*pni- Su:i.i;ty Sdiuul at IhSII. YomiKPeople's nicotine: ill <>:HU u in. A conliiil weltiumrt tur ail. Special KIISUT music IIK.S t>fen prvp.Tr***! for ljut.fi tlio .Suittd'tr School and the church iwniws. CHKISTMW Cnviica—Cnrii'r N'Difli and Spear streets. Kev, T.S. Krwimui, histur. Services at H u'clvcK a in iiii<l7i'lu j) in by the iiiistor. Sunday School nt :):au a m. (',. N. Berry. Supt, i. I>. S. C. K. lit 0 16. Subject, "What Is Christ's Life DOI-IK for you'.'" illornlriur topic, ".The Hessiirrecllon." Uev. <i. M. Guy n torm- erclmuunateof Bt'V. Freeman, will jirwicli M tills church in the evening at !•:.'&, All are Invited, BROADWAY PKKSUYTKRIAN CHtnicii-Hev. E. S. Hcott, Pastor. Morning services ll:dO n. m. Special K" ster services. Subject, "Tht> Living Hope" TheiollowlnR music will be rendered by the quartette choir: "Christ theKlist Fruits".... Spinney "Clulst our Passover" Simper "Christ tu« Lord It Risen Today... Wilson An specially IntMiestlni? service 1ms been arranged for siiindaj- School at» m. :i ui. V. P. S. C. K nt C.<» P m. led by thf> pastor. All are cordially Invited to attend these services. BROADWAY M. K. CHDHCU—R«v. H. .f. ' Norrls .rtwtor Services today (it this church at 11 a. m an<IT;!)Oum. St. John Coniinnndery No. D4 K T, will rartlclnite In this service by minx thtir beantllni Krister service, followed liyn short nddren.i by the puctor. ihemc "Jta Enwly firuve." Th» sundoy t-chool will c»-le- brutethe occiiflon In !he evening. SunflHf School at i>:' 5 "• m - Kpwortb League at C :K) Kent Kutale Transfer*. t, st of transfers of real estate In Cuss conntj reported by Frank H. Wlpperman abstracter ol titles, conveynucer und notary pnbllc, Insuranc* and loan agent, titles to real estate examined and defective titles perfected. Uouer to loan at lowest rates. Offlca 200 Fourth street dlrect]» opposite Court Hotm entrance. LOKcnsport, led. Wm. Wllllnms to Mosnt Lalry deed assignment lot 13 Altoner t 1 01 Arthnr McTaKgart to Mary A. Snntb w ^ n Ui l"t 6 Wright's 3d add 1500 DO Jin. S. HcWllIlam* to L"UlsaTire ei,a ------- 160000 45000 1500 1 00 . 1 00 w Vt ne qr sec 13 Deer Creek tp,. Frank tiraftan to d'eo, Hoffman lot 182 West end add Lncy A. Owen to B. Patterson lot IS Pleasant Hill add to lit. Hope Tho>nU8Flrnn to Jacob E. Becke l^se qrmc IS Dsor Creek tp Jacob £ Beck to Thou l'ly»n w ifc nee qr sue IS Deer Creek to A. M. Porter to P B. Caaor 1112-100 a of n and s 31 17-101 a e ft te qr §ec 8 Clinton if MO 00 E T. Parker et alto Sarah C. Hltchens lot 11 Tflomas to West Logan «X) 00 1. R. Puntneyto AnnaGepplnger e Vs lot 2 and w20 (t 70 tn lot 1 Geo Tipton • Trust Cb.onA. Brownleeto Henry Heiden lota 5 end 6 Thomas add to West Logun.., Theo Brumbaugh to H. M. Brabaker 18t» 6, C and 7 Brumbaugh's add to Young Amerlcft U&rgaret V. Hamilton to Krama Roth- errnel lot 21 M. i. Uamllton add to Logansport Nino niortraewi nled aegcfg»llng Henry K Trick to Clara Duckweil lot 6 Blk7 (iapHKhWa Bdrron Place adil...> Jus. K C.'illMhuinetuI to Mary K. DOUK- IHSS nwl/j nw lisec llillim t|i Klimm< |{»nlf>r to Edltli Mutt pt end lot lOCOCO 500 00 4000 (H) •iVJO Ou LOOK HERE! If you want to buy or eell * houeo Jot, If you want to buy or sell a. farm, If you want to buy or sell a store, If you want to trade city property fo» a farm, If you have any cheap houses for sale. Call OD M. M. GORDON, Room No. 1 and 2 Spry Block, Logftniport, Intf. EUllh Mutt to Kinmn Hniiley SJIIUR as above Siunl 11. .Sprinkle ;nlin!n tn Jot >l. Thoinns lot Hi to 80 jm« fit S3 HownrO iwiillo h'ncoln J. C. >*l>oii comr to M«n' lllllw mv li >w i.| si'ci'5 Tlpton tp Hi'b^cca .1. Lester to N. Kltiney Hall s l*j o !.-> syv l,'i soc 10 WitshliiKlon u JrK'oh M'orenurt to C;iss (-oiinty s ;«) sw cirsec 17 Clay tp i-Oa The Art Portfolio o' i-inse celebrities is u U'intr of beauty. Whether you are fond of the drama or not you will appreciate t>>?s';ty. Three coupons and ton cHntn. Yesterdsy mornlDtr in Justice Fender's court, ih»t maei^trate ofRci- atta^, Ml»s Laura N. Lusher Bud Daniel W. RDo&det were united in, V*Mlv« F«ii««Uo»» Witmtnt. Chicago citizens in their desire tc> excel, have lately accomplished, a bljt /eat, cameJy: Ja digooverlog by actual; measurement! that there are lome. lady roeidente who can wear ihoeet twelve inches long. Your blood needs regulating Ini spring. "Lafeld Cabinet Port" le na- ture'e own blood purifier. Mild andi mellow. Price, quarts, fl; pints. 6Ci i co j cents. For Bale by W. H. Porter, prescription druggist. 326 Market street* bogansport, Ind. The price is the only cheap thing- about the "Marie Burroughs Art Port folio of Stage Celebrities" offered to> the renders of tbo Journal. It is in thejhighest degree artielic, and one of the haadsomegt collections of photo graphs ever presented for public approval. Part 1 readv this morning. 1 00 O'.lil 00 i oo 4H) 00 1MOO 00 Parts 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 6, Dream City- Art Portfolio are in stock at thle office for delivery to those who failed to get the first number*. Don't roisg a single part as the «et is not complete without all the parts. p.'m. led W Susie. Robins, toHiod," A wslconie for ail. ToptC. Laces, laces by the thouxand, dt the Trade Palace, - A 31 K cautu:n~ KBV. L, W. RatUff pastor, Eiister services will be helil st tills church at 1(1 «0 it m. with a ,snrmo;i by the pastor. SuD- iect "The Woman's Visit, to tuft Senulclicr." At 8 n m th»Sni«la' School wll render n snort prm.fiim'. E-cli ineniber of the school will MKe nun in Hie lir'Knuii. Tim siuc.lnteiidi'ht l« doliiK it'll t fi f I(i< pofferto itiiiKH U i iMixniu tor nil At " -^' P ln the nervio'js ^vl]! consist of Hunter fOMBS !>? the choir ui.U short piipern- toiichinK 111*011 tlie resurrHcilon o f Chrl-t—bv Miss May Wlln-'ii. "• B. Turner. MIB» Miiuil WJnstoff iitul AT. V, Sannrtpr*. ftev. ,1, BtinUyof Mmiclf, I" 1 '" wl " I'fHich Monday night ut P. All «re welMina fTlioselnrnlshlng the church nollcfswlll pleiise hand in <ml>' the changes ID the notices such an special services, subject, change of hour and chance of pulpl's. Cutout this notice as fiir as it ,.j it'lil tli» cburge. (irt'ds^.oodM display Moodny, Hi the N<?* '•ashloD stor.-. , NOW THIS IS A FACT Carl W. Keller & Co. the Merchant Tailors, lead them all in the Spring Trade. LOOK AT T8EIR PATTERNS. A sk any man in the city the way their clothes are made to fit and then know th* truth. CARL W. KELLER & CO. 311 Market St.

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