Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on April 18, 1894 · Page 8
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 8

Logansport, Indiana
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Wednesday, April 18, 1894
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LADY You are cordially invited to be present at our TEA GOWN OPENING MONDAY and TUESDAY, APRIL 16th and 17th. When the Manufacturer's Agent from the leading suit house of America will show his line in our Cloak Parlor. SCHMITT & HEFFLEY 4th and Market Sts. Golden Rule. PILLING WHITE. 412 Broadway. Leaders in Fine Footwear. Ladies' good solid Oxfords Misses' pat, tip spring heel Shoes Elegant Prince Alberts only Cloth-top, pat. tip Oxfords $.75 ,99 1.48 1.25 Dont'fail to see us when you want good cheap shoes. PILLING & WHITE, Agent for Columbia Bicycles 412 Broadway. HINTS: PMS. PWS. I AM HEADQUARTERS FOR All Kinds of Paints If you are going to use any Paints COME AND 8E3MB. I keep the largest and baat stock of Paints and Painter's Supplies in Indiana. I mike a specialty of this line ot goods and am in a shape to sell you anything in the line for lew money than it is possible, tor my competitors to do. No Matter How Large or Small a Quantity of Paints You Want Come and See Me I WILL SAVE YOU MONEY. B. F. KEESL1NG, SOS Fourth'St. LOGANSPORT, IND. THE ADVANCE OF MEDICAL AND | SURGICAL KNOWLEDGE. | Tbe eminent Dr. Nloolli 3onn said recently that there had beta more real progreea made during the last ton years in medicine and surgery than In any other branch of human knowledge. This in particularly smown by the great use that ii now made of ELECTRICITY ln the cure °' dl9ea88 - B? il * Qe traatment °* aweasea peculiar to women has been revolutionized. It is now employed by all specialists in these ailments and gives results that are not equalled by any other methoa known. It is our main reliance in many other diseases such as Nasal Catarrh, Rheumatism, Neuralgia and as a nerve tonlo It is unequalled. But the apparatus U expensive and muoh skill is required In its use. Thaie can only be acquired by the well equipped specialist, but it is one of the means by which he makes his work so certain, positive and satisfactory. We avoid the useless and often injurious drugging of the system. The LOGANSPORT MEDICAL & SURGICAL INSTITUTE Is the only place newer than the large cities where these advan- tares oa» be ootalned. You are invited U call and Inveatigate. Goiultaitau free. DRS, CHRISTOPHER & LONGENECKER, m MARK1T ST. DAILY JOURNAL WEDNESDAY MORNING APRIL 18- Soda water at Johnston's drug store today. Read our advertisement.—Pilling & White. This week closes Otto Kraus' half- price sale. Attend the concert at the A. M. E- Church tonight. Get your umbrellas and parasols at tbo Trade Palace. Ladle's patent tip button shoe 05 cents.—Stevenson & Klinaick. Ladies' jureoy ribbed underwear at prices to surprise all.—Trade Palace. Dr. Hollo way's office In the Progress block, corner 4th and Market streets. All the newest novelties In men's neckwear, at Deweotor's, the Hatter and Furnisher. Tony Bye, of Toay Zoltz's saloon waa initiated into the Bar Tender's Union last evening. One dollar for $2 hats, strictly latest etyle, Derby or Fedora, and $1.98 for $3 and $3.50, at Otto Kraus'. See the beautiful line of eun um- brellae and parasols at prices lower than ever, at the Trade Palace. Stevenson & Kllnsiok sell the volume of slippers, because they carry the styles, and their prices are the lowest. Everything in the notion line can be purchased at the J. E. Snell & Co's auction sale on Pearl street tonight. See us for your shirts, we are in it when it oomes to quality and fit,— Dewenter, the Hatter and Furnisher. Its a conceded fact that we always carried the finest of men's furnishings and hats.—Pattenou, the Haberdasher. Regent or long sack and frock suits, nobby, stiff and soft hats, the $2 quality for$l, and the $3 and $3.50 quality at $1.98, atOtto Kraus'. Last week. Last nl|fht, .laoos, hosiery, handkerchiefs, and a score or more of staple articles in the notion line were sold by ?lanlgan, auctioneer, J. E. Snell & Do., at less than one-fourth original cost. The sale will be continued every night this week. The latest musical craze is "Coxey's March to Washington " as sung with great applause by the famous minstrel iroupea. Words and music can be procured by sending 6 cents in stamps o the "Happy Borne" Publishing Co., South Bend, Ind. The Weather Today—Clear and warm. LOTS OF NEW THINGS IN SHIRTS CORRECT IDEAS IN Shirts Made to Order, THE DIRECTORS MEET. THE SPECIAL GAS COMMITTEE MAKES ITS REPORT Tti e Original Director* Take Charge or Affair* and *rder Subscription" Paid—Two KeilcnatlonB—Siibic tlon» to bo Paid April 20th mn Oidered—The Work to be Puihed— Detail of the Proceedings Lait Evcii- Init When Doxey stranded the Citizens' Gas Company some of the citizens felt thai success was yet possible and asked that a special committee be appointed to see what oould be done. The Directors appointed this committee, and Dee. B. D. Battery M. A. Jordan and W. H. Bell, A. W. Stevens, W. H. Brlnghuret, George W. Seybold. A. Hardy, Jas. O'Connell, E, S. Rico. M. C. Wade, S. B, Boyer and J. C. Hadley, were appointed. The committee afterwards added E. C. Phillips and W. S. Wright. This committee adopted what was known ae the Phillips plan, and while It was predicted that not over $25,000 could bo raised the committee raised $178.000, about $2.5.000 more than wu.9 raised by the original directors. The committee sees Its way through to a successful termination of the project, and last evening made Its report and went out of existence. At Its last meeting it appointed a committee of three, consisting of S. B. Boyer, J. C. Hadley and W. S. Wright to draw up a report of its action This report was made to the special committee last evening. The report waa as followa: BEI'OUT. To the Special Committee' Your special committee appointed to see what oould be done in the way of raising subscrlp.ion and construct Ing a natural gas plant to and in the city of Logansport would respectfully report; that subscriptions to the amount of $178,000 have been taken under what Is known as the Phillips plan; that 1505 acres of the best gas territory have been secured and that the gas territory committee assure us that there is practically no limit to the quantity that can be secured; that under the Phillips plan the ooet of constructing the plant is $282,216 as l» shown by the Phillips plan and report filed here* with; that estimates furnished by bidders now place the total cost at $250,000 on account of the great depreciation In the cost of material; your committee also has assurance that the balance needed over and above the subscriptions will be furnished by material men on long time. Your committee also has assurance that a large amount additional can be secured by subscriptions when once work Is commenced. Your committee respectfully report this the result of Us labors and recommends that your original board of directors now take control and push the work to a successful conclusion. W. S. WRIQHT, S. B. BOTEU. J. C. HADLEY. Logansport, Ind., April 16, '94. Dr. H. D' Battery called the special committee to order, present, Jordan, Battery, Seybold, Bardy, S'Connell, Rice and Wright. Oa motion the report was received and adopted. The meeting was then dissolved and President Gray of the directors took the chair. The special committee made Its report as above set out and It was adopted and approved, present, E. S. Rice, I. N. Crawford, John Gray, B. D. Battery, M. A. : Jordan and A. Hardy. President John Gray and director I. N. Crawford presented their resignations and the consideration of them was postponed until the next regular meeting, Tuesday evening next, a queptlon arising as to the legal method of filling the vacancies. It was ordered that payments on subscriptions begin April 20th and subscribers are notified hereby of that fact. Dr. M. A. Jordan asked that attention be called to the fact that William M. Graffls was treasurer and that he was under bond of $100.000 with the following bondsmen: Wm. M. Graffls, John Gray, M. A. Jordan, B. F. Keesllng. S. B. Boyer,E S. Rice, B. D. Battery, I. N. Crawlord, James O'Connell, Victor E. Selter, Alex. Bardy, D. D. Dykeman, A. W. Stevens, William Dolan, Walter Osmer.J The directors then adjourned to meet Tuesday evening next. Wolves 1« White County. Montloello Democrat: Two young men from Round Grove township arrived in town Friday with six young wolves which they had captured In an old hay stack on the Spencer farm northwest of Brookston. They were handsome little creatures closely resembling finely bred pups and exhibiting plenty of canine Intelligence. Th«y were duly executed and their oaptors received two dollars each for the scalps. 18 cents for ties worth 60 cents, at Otto Kraus' 1 . CLOTHING! Hats and Furnishings. Our lines for this Spring far excel all our previous efforts, both in volume and selection. We can show you more new Choice Novelties in Clothing, Hats, etc., than any other house in the city. Remember also that we will sell you Spring Goods for less money than any other house. A. C, BRYCE. The Progress ^^ ^^ Cor. Market and 4th Sts., Logansport. THE MEMORIAL Wf\R BOOK i. ST )RY OF THE GREAT BATTLES OF THE CIVIL WAR ON LAND AND SEA COMPILED HISTORICAL RECORDS, NARRATIVES OF MEH WHO FOUGHT AKD FROM PERSONAL OBSERVATION, BT MAJ. GEORGE F. WILLIAMS, Special War Correspondent with the Army of the Potomac, the Army of th« James, the Army of the Shenandoab and the Army of the Cumberland; also Correspondent in the Franco-Mexican War, the Guatemala-Nioaraguan War and the Chili-Peruvian War, etc., etc., etc. THIS IMPERIAL WORK IS ILLUSTRATED BY NEARLY MAGNIFICENT ILLUSTRATIONS MAPS, PLANS, DIAGRAMS, ETC. The ordinal war views reproduced in this work are selected from »ora than 6 000 negatives taken by the Government Photographer* M. B. Brady and Alexander Gardner, during the years 1861, 1862, 1863. 1864 and 1865. making the Grandest Panama of (he Civil War Em It will be completed in about thirty weekly parts, «ach part consisting of 24 quarto pages and containing from 40 to 60 illustrations, printed on in. finest oo^d paper and no expense will be spared to make it the most .»»p- tuous and valuable work on the war of the Rebellion. . ,., _„ The Journal has secured the exclusive distribution of this splendid war book in this city and now offer. U to' Journal reader, for three eoupo- and 10 cent, for each part. Part 1 Ready Friday. April 17. See Coupon on ithjpage,

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