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April 24, 1894

Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 3

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Derby or Fedora HATS Pear) with Black Band, Moctio, Tobacco, Black and Brown. $2 Hats for $1. $3 and $3.50 Hats tor $1.98 OTTO KRAUS Notice of Street Improvement. Notice of hear ng ot report of city civil end- neerofestlm t-Mimcl^ for cost of linproverne it of the unimproved portions or Ottawa xireet from Pearl strcvt to north Sixth street la the city of LOKnnspor'. Nolle* Is hf»ret>t given to nil person! In lntere?t that the common council of the city of Lorans- port, Ciis« County, Indiana, nt an ndjourned Hussion thereof hold April 20. 1891. lined the loth day May. IBM. nt the ho«r or 7r3'i o'clock p. m. us the time, and the council ohniubiT of wild cHy as the place when und where «. connmlfee appointed by Mid council will consider the report of the city olvtl engineer of said city ot the estimate ot the cost of i he Improvement nfthn nnlmpmKvi p, r . tlons of Ottawa street In sn!d|clt< from Pearl street to North SI«>i street formerly Pontlac street, In •aid city made by Gottlieb A. nch -efer nnrler con- trac with snld city, mid any person le-llng ancrlevei by said report mny appear before «och committee then and there, and mnko obj^tlnni thereto, and shall be accorded n henrlnc herein, and all persons In interest will take notice thereof and govern ttiemoal' es accordingly. Witness ray hand an I the seal of said city this 2id any ot April, 1894. AI.HIRT SWAI>KN*K, Cleik of the city ot Logamport. Our Fried Ice Cream and Snow Ball Fritters are the talk o." the town. The YENDOME is surely in it. Come and see the Metamorphosis. 320 Broadway. Meals 25 cents. Short order cookink at all times at the lunch counter! DAILY JOURNAL. TUESDAY MORNING, APRIL 24. Try Felkor's Chicago broad. See our 89-cent wraps this week at the Trade Palace. Roaa>. turkey with cranberry eauco and fresh fish served for lunch today at tbe Mid way restaurant. House for Sale Very Cheap—No. 808 Sycamore atreet. Inquire of A. DeLong, No 402 Market street. , Acute and ohronlc catarrh; diseases I ol the throat and ear treated by Dr. J. H. Shultz, 412 Fourth street. Tel- The people will decide when they look In Pilling & White's window and see the difference between the 1849 •tyles and 1891 styles. Llllle E»U, the 7-year-old daugh. tor of Jacob Fouta, of 213 Coles atreet, South Side, died at 7 o'clock Sunday evening of diphtheria. Walter Cook, a H'an Handle brakeman and Miss Alice Bright of Koko mo were married In that olty yesterday morning by Rev. Rayburn. They will reside at 225 College street, North Side. Yesterday afternoon in the city court, August Heldt plead guilty to the charge of assault and battery upon Paul Vogelgesong and was fined a nominal *um, Both parties are West Side bakers. For Sale—House and lot on the Wen Side, 9 squares from Cour House. Lot 60x2*0 feet. Price $800. Also houne and lot with 6 rooms on Michigan avenue. Apply to L-T! Brown, 410 Broadway at HarrUon'* •lore. C. H. Doollttlo and El O'Mara o t'ne P >n Handle round ho< • a-e glck Pan Handle engineer John Mane went to Chicago this morning on No 3. On May 1 'he Pan Handle will pu six gravel trains on the road out c here. They will be divided amon the different divisions. H. L. Clark of the Pan Handle ca shop la at Indianapolis visiting hi eoa who is general foreman of the Pa Handle shops in that city. Win. Glllespio has returned to hi work at tbe Pan Handle round houe after an absence of several week caused by the sickness and doath o hla father. On Saturday the Wabash transfeied to the Pan Handle twocara of orange from California destined to an eastern point. The freight charges as far a, this point were more than $200. The Wabaeh earned in the second week of April $204,360, a decrease as compared with the same week las year of $28,240. Since Jan. 1 the road drops behind 1893 In gross earnings. This morning at 9 o'clock in St. Vincont'n Catholic church, will occur the marriage of Joseph Minneman, the well known Pan Handle flroman, and Miss Nellie Knight. The young couple will reside at the eouthweBt corner of Spear and Seventeenth street. The Wabaah people say that the charge that they are securing BO largo a tonnage east bound out of Chicago iy cutting rates is unfounded. The arge increase, the officials aay, can >e accounted for by the Increased acilities their new Chicago-Detroit ino gives them. A special train on the Fort Wayne oad, which Is scheduled to make the un from Chicago to New York In ilghteen houra, passed through Lima, )., on time at 12:30 yesterday. The 'ennsylvanla is making an effort to eat the Lake Shore time of twenty ours, at d secure the mail contract. The management of Purdue Unlver'» Ity has decided to send the experl mental engine "Scbeneolady" which was damaged In the fire, to the Pan Inndlo ahope, at Indianapolis, to be ebullt. Master Mechanic Swanson rotnlsos to have It rebuilt and back n Lafayette by Sept. 1. On Friday a train of officials was hauled over the Pittsburg road from 'ort Wayne to Crestline, a distance of 31 miles In two hours and twenty- our minutes. Six minutes were lost at a water tank and three stops for ailroad crossings were made while he train waa slowed down at five >ther crossings. Grand Chief Arthur of the engineers, and Sargent of the firemen, will sail upon General Manager McDoel of ke Monon this week and endeavor to ecure a compromise on the wage eduction proposed. These two tranche" of service are the moat sorl.. usly affected by the reduction, as here IB to be a radical change in the omputatlon of overtime. Engineer Chas. Truman and Fireman Hlgby went to Hartford City yes- erday to testify before the coroner of Blackford county as to the cause of be death of tbe man Dusart who was un over and killed by the second eotlon of train No. 82. a few day ago f which Truman and Higby wore the nelno crew. There are ei^ns of foul jlay and the matter will ba thorough- y investigated. Indianapolis Journal: Each year eerao to Increase the Importance of jogansport as a railroad center. The ocatlntrof the headquarters of th» Michigan division of the Vandalia at hut point will result in quite an ac- cssion to the railroad fraternity at hat city, and twelve months from ow the Indianapolis, Loganaport & )hlcftgo will likely bo in operation, which will further add to Loganaport's tiportance aa a railroad town. Tfoilce. The veteran meat msn, JatneoGoldy. as purchased th'e grocery store of harles Green, No. 1302. Broadway, nd will move his moat market now ocatedat 419 Twelfth street, into tbe ulldlng and conduct both there. He nvltes all his old customers and many ew ones to call on him at bis new lace of business. JOSKPH GOLDT. Llceuned lo Wed. Daniel B. Grant and Lulu A. Cro- rell. John D. Fissell and Maude P. Johnon. Edaon W Barker and May Burrls Arthur York and H*ttie Button. People do not want old style side ace shoes at any price. They go to illlng & White for up to date goodi. Call and out price* oa all ipring wraps this week.—-Trade Palace. SAMPLE BALLOT CITY TICKET. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. DF.M. DEW. DEW. DEM. HEM. DHM. For Mayor GEORGE W. FENDEB. For Treasurer GEORGE WM. HOFFMANN. For Clerk EDWARD L. DONOYAN. For Water Works Trusteo WILLIAM D. AUUE. Foe Water Works Trusteo JOHN W. WKFEL. Councilman First Ward EDWARD F. KEABNEY. Councilman Second Waid JOHN R. KENNEDY. Councilman Third Ward WILLIAM H. REKD. Couiicl!mnn Fourth Ward HARRY TORR. Councilman Fifth Ward JAJIKS P. GILMOBE REPUBLICAN TICKET. HEP. REP. JIKI-. HI; i'. HEP. KKP. REP. For Mayor GEORGE P. McKEE. For Treasurer GEOHGK E. BARNETT. For Clerk JOHN B. WINTERS. For Water Works Trustee GEORGE A. UNTON. For Water Works Trustee THOMAS AUSTIN. Councilman first Wiird CUARLEd S. KINGLF.BEN. For Councilman Second Ward GEORGE W. HAKJH. ForCouDCllnmn Third Ward WILLIAM H. KEISER. Councilman Fourth Ward JOSHUA C.HADLEY. Councilman Fifth Ward JOSEPH K1KNEY. TOOHI PHOIII, J'KOIJI. PROHIBITION TICKET. For Mayor JAMES B. STANLEY. Kor Treasurer REUBEN J.POWELL. For Clerk ARTHUR N. BAKER. For Wirter Works Trustea CHARLES L. HAND, PEOPLE'S TICKET. PEOI'l. 1'KOIII Councilman First Ward SAMUEL CAW, Councilman Secoid Ward DAVID W. tOWLEN. Councilman Fourth Ward HOMER KESSLER. Councilman Fifth Ward OBK. II. BARNARD. PEOPL PKOPI. PEOPL, For Mayor MOSES M. GORDON.. For Treasurer GEORGE P. SCBARFF. For Clerk CHARLES BUHRMKSTER. For Water Works Trnste* GEORGE E. CLART. PEOPL. I'KOl'L PEOI'L. PEOPL PEOPL Councilman Flu* Ward MILO GIBSON. Couacilnan Second Ward CLINTON L- DILLET. Councilman Third Ward JOHN A. MURPHY. Councilman Fourth Ward CHARLES T. BELL. Councilman Filth Ward CHARL?:S S. GREEN, The City of Transport, State of Ind lann: I. Albert Swa<l«ner. Clerk of tlin City of Logansport, Ind.. do certify that the above nnd foregoing Is a full, true and complete list of the various nominees and candidates to bfl voted for at the election to be held Tuesday. M iv 1st I69'i, as i-hown by the conificatos and petitions llled In my ofllce. In wfiness whereof r huve hereunto sot my hand mid afllxeit the leul of said City this 23.1 day of April IS'Jt. ALBERT SWADENEB, City Clerk. The Second im-'ousry Kxteu*Io 1,1 c tare The second lecture of tboMissionary Sxtenelon course, under the auspices if the Christian Endeavor movement, was a complete fcucoess. It was hold at the First Presbyterian church and he vast audience room was com >letely filled. The audience was the argest in the seven months expert ence of the lecturer. After an open np song service Kev, T. S. Freeman ntroduced Rev. F. G. Coan, a re' urned missionary from Persia. Rev Joan read a short scripture lesson ipon which to base his subject, and mmedlately begun hia lecture. He departed a little from tha subject an- nounoed and broadened It to "Our Delation to the World's Erangaliza- lon," He called our attention, first, to our brothers and sisters In South America. 0,000,000. Then he carried us to he "Dark Continent" to its millions. One word describes the condition of he people of that continent—Slavery. Jo gave graphic descriptions of the lorrlble cruelties practiced, and the umber killed, and the torture prao» Iced to drive them to the coasts. He then took us to India. One word described their condition— irlsis. Then to China with 400.COO,- 00 which could In a word be do- cribt'd in black letters—Death. Ho stated that he took Persia as an llustration simply because ho bad eon there and had seen the thing* iracti'.-od there; but that the same xisted there In every heathen coun- ry. He then took up the causes of his deplorable condition. He put rst the civilization. The governments wore absolutely monarchies, 'he people a> e under the despotlem nd caprice ot their ruler. Every blng was in the most backward state they had not progressed any since he bible times— no railroad, no farm ools, no wagon roads, BO hotels 'here people were ground down for upport and for taxes from tortures nd otherwise until they had noambl ion left. He had eeen a man who old his property to pay hla taxee, lead pltlouBly for mercy and then ragged out of his home and lashed Imost insensibly. Ho had seen a man punished by being buried in the round to the waist, a wall built round him and loft thus In the boll- ng hot sun to die of exposure with a uard watching him saelnff that no ood be given him. He bad also seen man punished by death by being uried head downward, and then ement poured round him to seal hU fate. Another reason was the social and domestic We. India has 75.000 child widows under 10 years of age, and are under the bun only because their betrothals died before they were married. Women were treated like ani- nale. Poll(r*my worked fearful re- iu.lt*. They allowed a man e&ir divorce!; at four wlvei are all a man can have at one time, divorces are common. Each new wife was causa tor additional hatred and jealousy. The state of wom^n was in its lowest stage; and a Missionary had told him of one she visited while dying, and instead of having quiot and everything done that could be for comfort, 25 or 30 women were mourning and wailing and tearing their hair; over on the other side were men hammering and pounding, making the coffin in which to bury her, and still in another corner, all in her sight, women were making her shroud. The spirit passed away while the Missionary was atill there, and 9he could do her no good. Another reason was the religious training. They were reared to idola try. Customs remain unchanged for years. They would serve the Lord properly if they knew how. Once each year in Persia, cbey have a ceremonial meeting-, at which they try to do penance for all their sins during the year. They congregated in the cltlen by the thousands. They fasted for ten days. On the tenth day they formed great processions. The first division did the wailinir; the second division were strfpped to the waist and carried chains with which they beat and tore their backs alternately over the rlpht and loft fehoulders. Third division carried swords, shaven heads, bodies covered with white shirts, in the midst of the wails they struck their heads with sharp ewords. He had seen those ehlrls saturated with blood to tbe ground. Uohind tbim were their wives and children, and with sticks were trying to save their husbands from these blows. Once in awhile one would stagger and fall and then be carried away to die. The lecturer then touched upon the methods of reliof showing what bad been done and what could be done. This work has been conducted only in the last hundred years. The first years wore with great difficulties. In the year 1858 over a billion souls had been opened up to missionary work. Stanley discovered Africa and opened It up. China was opened by treaty. India came out from under the control by the East India Company. Yet all this seems hardly anything when we think of the great work to be done. In these United States of sixty millions, wo have eighty thousand preachers. For the twelve hundred and fifty million foreign we have but six thousand. Missionary work need" first the great work of prayer He cited some of the things accomplished in thia way- It needed our sympathy; there were books to be read, knowledge to be gained of their needs. If we allowed ourselves to learn of it our sympathy would be greater. The greatest need was money. The lecturer then contrasted tbe beautiful home life in all Its luxury we enjoy lo this land and showed the opposite to be true ot foreign lands. While in two monihe, when he sailed again for Persia the sounds of his foot -tape in the home of bis family should bo heard no more, and while having great discouragements in the field, lack of comfort, having to ewim streams, climb mountains, live among hcathc-D and Ignorant people and all other dlscouragtnente yet the greatest discouragement of tbe missionary was the lack of money. To be compelled to tell tbe natives that this school was closed or that hospital was shut up or som<3 other missionary work was discontinued for lack of funds in the church at homo was the hardest of all. |50 would sustain a teacher for a year, and would also sustain a col in a hospital. Lastly he said you could give your- selfs. He made an appeal for volunteers for the work in the field. In this connection it would bo well to say that Mlsa Wallace of Hunting-ton, Is here conferring with Rev. Coan and will leave with him to enter the work when he sails for Persia next July. Fainted f lie Town lied. Lafayette Courier: When the rosy sun peeped over Oakland Hill this morning-, sending a streak of rod across the peaceful city, he stopped, blufibed and covered hla face. Ho h«B not had the nerve to shine on Lafayette since. With all hiB brazen fnco he can net look upon Lafayette now without a feeling of envy, of jealousy. When he innocently and by virtue of precedence or assumption started out to paint the city with the red hues of early dawn he found be had been forestalled. Daring the night the town had been moat gorge ously painted. Yesterday there arrived in the city two women of scarlet from the city of bridges, Logansport. They came hero to visit women of their own complexion »nd to Invite at least two of them to Logansport for an indefinite time. Early in the even ing tbe Logansport parties went to the bagnio conducted by Jessie Maudyand then the fun began. They got the two girls, secured their trunks, profaned, blasphemed and cussed until purgatory looked this way instead of the other on the search for hades. The four hired a cab and the painting process began in earnest. It was a night of sport, a night of wine, a night of maledictions. At 6:30 o'clock this morning Captain Maule and Sergeant Powell arrested the whole party as they drove up. to a hotel, ready to sleep off the merriment of the night. The two Logansport women put up their diamonds for security, several hackmen were fined for associating, and the sun may shine aga'm- Nerve force is drawn on by every muscular or brain effort. Deposlte to meet these drafts are made by Dr, Wheeler's Nerve Vitalizes Price $1, of Ben Fisher. Quaker headache, oapiuli fiver*, liet In ten minutes. CONVENTION NOTES. What Home of the Predictions Ar« — Owen or Jono*. Indianapolis News: A voice from "near the throne" eays that the Republican State Central Committee this year has a ticket, but that no especially aggressive fight has been made (or It. The committee prefers, this Information says, W. D Owen for Secretary of State, because Owen was with the Harrison administration. He is looked upon as the man to head tbo ticket as gubernatorial candidate two years hence. The strength of Aaron Jones's candidacy against Owen is admitted. This might lead to the "old ticket." The advocates of Owensaj that his Incoming would mean a new- ticket throughout, including, perhaps, | Rlchey of Muncie, for Auditor, and Ketcham or Taylor of this city, for Attorney General. Jones' nomination, veracious judges say, would gin Coons, for Auditor, almost a passport to success, and this would of course, mean that other Marion county candidates need net apply. HVI Pltttnan. Lovl Pittrnan, the lS«year-old son of Mr. nnd Mrs. Webb Pittman, died at the family -esidi-nce on East High street at 6 o'clock Sunday morning of erysipelas. Thd funeral will be conducted at the resi once at 2 o'clock this afternoon, Rev. W. H. H. Marsh, pastor of tbo Baptist church, officiating-. "Lee" Pittman was a bright and lovable boy and in tbo household thu§ bereft of his presence and in the ranks of hla schoolmates there will long b« an achlnp void. For Mnlo or Trade. Will trade or sell a fine farm of 100 acres half mile from Union City, valued at $6.000. Will trade for property in Logansport. Call on or address J. T. Cockburn, room S, Spry building-. WONDERFUL! The Remarkable Cure of an Arkansas City Street Commissioner. I had an attack of Lit Grippe the 18th of December, complicated with lonsllltln; was confined to my bed one week. T6- physicians gare me DP M; brraithlnu was verr labored; tiiul a nmotherat §rnsatlon at times; my chest und lung* were TetJ Sore. Phelp's "Four C" reaedy Helped me th* flrstdose: tho flore-nass left my cht^t almost In- stintlr; wan well In three days. The A'^OVA U due Mr. Phoiijs In simple Justice to thl« wonder' fnl medicine. P. H. FBANKT, Street Commlmlonsr Arkansas City, December SOth, 1891. Four "C" baa cured Asthma, Bronchitis, Pnot- raonla, and Ulcerated Ton-llltls. In composition It |8 DIPFliftKNT, 18 XOKK POWERFUL an<1 ACTTTB In fact 1« as DIFFKRRENT frjm any other lone remedy a* molames Is different, (ram vtne«ar. n lit a REVELATION. BUST or ALL TOD TAU M BIRI. The BaHiKcx of the contract U, Pour "C' MUST GIVE SATISFACTION or money relMdML BEN FISHER.

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