Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on May 7, 1898 · Page 21
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John Gray's WlJJFDfiLD WINS. ON- HIS ANNUAL -Bed Quilt Sale-- We are now showing Spreads in white and colors, including Bates Crochet Quilts, Satin and Marseilles Spreads. Sale to continue until all are sold. Come early and get first choice. LAWN MOWERS, Lawn Hose. SCREEN DOORS AND WINDOWS, Hammocks. Ice Cream Freezers Fishing Tackle Carpenter and Mason's Tools and a complete line of Builders Hard-ware at 408 Broadway." flattie L, Johnson, Cloie Bate In .Senatorial Today. Conrenlion Judge Djkeman Beaten One Vote the t ontest fur Joint Senator. in The Democratic convention to nominate a State 'Senator for the jpint district of Ca-ss and' Pulaski counties was held at tihe north court room this afier- noon. It -was composed of forty-five deli'sates. thirty-;wo for C:uss and thirteen for Pulaski and all the delegates were present. Tlie convention was called v> order by H. F. LotitlMin. diairmar; of the Cass County Democratic central coni- mittce who stated the purpose of the SETH M. VELSEY Loans Money at 6 per cent. Make! Abstracts and writes Fire, Tornado am Plate Glass Insurance. HRNRY WHBRR, The Merchant Tailor, • low flrst class work. Stylish and well fitting clothes made. Cleaning and repair- Ing neatly done • See him. 324 Pearl Street :o:o:o:o:o:o DR. C. D. EVERSOLE'S DEI2TAL PALLORS Over Porter's New Drug Store. Corner'of Fourth and Market Streets. Or- El- S- Htztit, -DENTIST- AH the l«,te«t discoveries to medicine and upUanoeg to relieve pain in extraction or flll- tnr of teeth. Modern inetbodli, modern prices, Afl work guaranteed. Office over John Gray's on C C Telephone No. 8«8. Fourth street. MONEY to LOAN Alw»y« on band. Any sum over $26.. Mortgiijre or perional •ecurity. Note» bought. Lower rates than moj body On large aucu. Geo. B. McCoiinell & McConnell $50,000 6 per cent Money to Loan. Call now Office Opposite Cowrt House. DAILYPBLAEOS SATURDAY. MAY 7, 1898. go OITY NE.WS Attorney George P. Chase will to Detroit tomorrow on business. Miss Sarah Bussard, of Huntington, is in the city visiting friends. Joe Caliill, a former clerk of this city is now In Denver, Col. , and has a good position in a store. M. J. Elliott yesterday shipped a car load of horses to Buffalo. One of the horsen weighed 1,900 pounds. Edward Tuhey, the Democrat, who was elected mayor of Republican Mnncle, is a cousin of P. J- Farrell. Col. Robt. Kreiizberger Is having a steel celling placed in his business room. Max Jennlngj has the con Major S. L. Mc-Frulin was made chairman of the convention by ac- Haniatiou .'iinl lie made a brief speech calling attention to the 'hijrh character and Kujwrior abilities of rlie contending canrl'klalos ajul prodictin? success for either of them. .Tu'lm W. Barnes of 1!he Pharos was made st'cretmry and T. J. Gon-ell of ilio Wiiwiunc Dfimot-rar assistant secretary. A commirtee on rosolutioDs composed «f T. B. Hedges and Judse Burson. of Piilnski county and Dr. H. D. Hattery and D. J. Calvert was appointed. j •Nominal ions Ix-iiiLT in order Paul TalM-r presented tlie name of Hon. >f. "\Vinfield and Dr. Hattery presentee! •the nanio ol: -Hon. D. D. Dyik-c-rna.n. A motion that a teller be appointed for each <-ovtn.ty and that the vote should be in secret and counted by the tellers, was carried. Tlie ballot was t!hen taken resulting nsi follows: Winfield, 23: Dykeman. 22. Oass cotmty fast 20 votes for Dykeman and 12 for Winfield. Palasfi coimty cast 11 votes for Wlnfield and 2 votes for Dykeman. Oa be-ing 1 introduced 1 as the nominee of tne convention .Tndjre Winfield sairi that lie felt liiijhly nonored by t'he nomination and of winning the place over sucli a prominent citizen as .Tudse Dykoman. II? proniispd to- make; an active campaisn throuahout and exhorted Democrats to pull tosrerhei-. These were loud calls for .Iiidere n.vlcem:m and ilio n^ponded hy saying tlhat the convenlioa had done him a X'reat. favor. He suited that lie liad an ambition to 1>e senator in order that he mislit lirins aiiotr: certain neeiled reforms and vote to return David Turpie to tlie United Stute* senate. He stated rhat he '.va.s jrrowinff old but is till full of tisht and that in the corn- ins campaign if liis 'liealth permits he ivill ma'k-t 1 as many spwdhes as .tud^e Winfield. His speech was warmly applauded. Tlhe committee on resolutions, hav- Ln<r bad no opportunity -to prepare resolutions, F. B. Hedges; of Pulaski, moved the adoption of tie Chicago platform of 1S96. wiic-h carried. If. M. Hatha.way of Pulaski county offered the following whioh ^ras adopted: Kesolved, That Hhe record of Hon. David Ttirpte as Hailed States Senator from Indiana be in all things ap- iroved and endorsed and t*at the noni- nee of this convention, be, and is lereby .instructed to support nis can.- lidai-y and vote for his re-election to the Senate. THE NOMINEE. j Hon. Maurice Winfield. tlie eandi- j date for joint senator fe a native of j \ew York and is "! years old. He graduated from Princeton collese in 805. He came to Lo;ransport: in April SCa and for a term was employed in Qie Presbyterian academy. Be studied aw under .Incite Biddle and com- nenml the practice in 1S67, He has >oen a successful lavryar. In 1SS1 he vas elected .ividse of die Cass circuit •S(!5 and for :L time ivas employed iu. •ourt and served for five years. He the ability to represent any con- SERVICES AT THE CHURCHES. Topics t» b« Dtecmsned in the Pulpite Tomorrow. Northside D. B. Church.—Preaching at 2:30 p. m. Rev. G. W. Lambert, pastor. Southside TJ. B. Church—Sunday- school at 9:30. Preaching at 10:30 a. rn. Rev. G. W. Lambert, pastor. First Presbyterian mission, 529 Twelfth street—Sunday school nverj Sunday at 2:45 p. m. All are Invited. Seventh Day AdvenList church, 510 Sjcamore street, O. S. Hadley, pastor. Preaching Sunday evening:. Subject, "The Worklngman's Rest." The Southslde Mission Sunday school will meet in the old cooper shop on Burlington avenue tomorrow afternoon at 2:30. Everybody invited. Church of Christ (Scleatlst). —At the Universalist church tomorrow morning at H o'clock. Subject: "Paratiie of the Marriage Feast" Sunday school at 9:30. Ninth street Christian church,Rev. H. C, Kendrlck, pastor.—Sunday school at 9:30 a. m. Y, P. S. C. E. 6:30 p.m. Evening service, 7:30. Tbeme, -'What Must I do to be iaved?" A. M. E. church, fiev. G. R. Collins, pastor—Morning service at 0:30 a. m. Class meeting at 12 m. Sunday school at 9:30 a. m. Evening service at 7:30. Rev. Wlnegardner »1!1 proach. Wneatland Street M. E. church, J. K, Wains, pastor.—Sabbath school at 9:30 a. m. Preaching service at 10:45 'a. m. Subiect: "At the Master's Work," Evening service, 7:30 p.m. Subject, "The Master's Work." Trinity Episcopal church, Rev. F. 0. Coolbaugb, pastor—Holy communion, 7 a. m. Service with sermon on "I Pray Thee Have Me Excused," Jl a. m. Evening service with sermon, "No Resurrection of Christ: What Then?" at 7:30. First Universalist church. Rev. T. tituency in a legislative capacity and vjll make a record as senator that will 'lease the people of northern Indiana. PC usly% ^t continues daoger- ously%f at his home In Washington township. His death is hourly expected. Harry Purcell will leave Monday for Los Vegas, New Mexico. He is going to upend some time there for the benefit of his health. The WabasU Bridge company, through its Logaasport agents.Harry Goleman and James Vernon, secured the contract f ">r a 271 foot bridge to be erected in Carroll county. Austin O'Oonnell, night mailing clerk at the postoffice, resigned several weeks ago, and Robert GImmell, who was appointed in his place, joined Capt- Bendlers company. Now Harry Ward, who has had experience, is filling the position temporarily. The blacksmiths and horse shoers met last ulght at J. M. Elliott's shoe- Ing hall on Third street, for the purpose of regulating' the price of shoeing. The war ht;s raised the price; of iron and steel and shoeing will have to keep pace. ' There 'was a large- attendance, ' ' , Tonight'* Special at Strawberries I3*c quart, lettuce 4c lb., best country butter I2|c lh. tomatoes 7Jc lb., new beets 2c bunch, apples 17c pecfe. .. Wives Who Cook. There- arc thousands of them. Noble women, too. Trials by the million. No •wonder they aic worried sometimes. Th«y should try It always makes light, wholesome food! It surely saves money and is health- fill, •which cam be said of few othcir brands. "Pure & Sure."* S. Guthrle, pastor.—Services tomorrow forenoon and evening. Subject in the morning, "Repentance, Forgiveness, Salvation.." In the evening "The Doctrine of the Early Christian Fathers." Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. Broadway Methodist Church, Is. L. Semans, pistor—Class at 9 a. m. Sunday school 9:45. Preaching at 11 a. m. Subject: "My Kingdom is Not of Tcis World." Evening service at 7:30: Subject. "The Sins of the Tongue, or the Sin of Obscenity and Profanity." English Lutheran church, B. E. Shaner, pastor—Sunday school at 9:30 a. m. Morning worship at 11 a. m. Subject, "The Mission of Christ to the House of Israel." Junior C. E. at 3 p. m. Young; People's Meeting at 6:45 p. m. Evening worship at 7:30. Subject, "Lessuis from Noah's Ark." Cumberland Presbyterian church, J, W. McDonald, pastor—Services at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Morn- subject, "The Quiet Home." Even- subject, God's Cure for the Blues." A children's service will be held at 3 p. a». This sermon will Include short ser-non to children by the jastor. Market Street M. E. Church, Rev. W. S. Stewart, pastor—Sunday school at 9:30 a.m. Preaching at 10:45 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. At the close of the evening service a public Installation of the newly elected league officers will oocur. The subject of the morning sermon will be "Who are Saints?" Rev. F. J. Walicer will preash. Broadway Presbyterian church, Rev. W. E. Biederwolf. pastor- Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7 p. m. In the morniog the pastor's discourse will be on "The Way, the Truth and the Life." In the evening Mr. Blcderwolf will preach the second in the series of sermons on the fools we meet. Subject: ' 'The Rich Fool." Other services of the day at the usual hours. The work at the Third street mission still goes ahead, tha reports showing an increase in interest in all directions. Public meetings tomorrow as follows: Sabbath school at 9:45 a.m. Christian conference at 3 p. m. S. L. Shurte will speak at this meeting. Salvation service at 7:45 p. m. A. U. Howard will lead. Subject, "Beware." Lieutenant Davis will sing at these meetings. Baptist church, Rev. F. M. Huckleberry, pastor.—Sunday school. 9:45 a. ro. Divine service, 13 a. m. Subject, "The Foolish Salatians." Youn^ People's meeting, 6:30 p. m. Subject, The Cleansing Blood." Leader, Miss Clara Read. Dirlne service, :30 p. m. Subject, "'Cuba and the Maine." Professor Plowman, of Michigan, will speak at this meeting. Special patriot music will be rendered on this occasion. Southslde Mission, 2:30 p. m. ADJMT10J.AL ITEMS , Strawberries—Rothermel, this eve. No offenders in the police court tbismjrning. Mrs. John Dlery is at Battleground visiting icilativeo. C. W. Keller, the merchant tailor, continues quite sick. McHale sells the largest and best glasa of beer In the city. Joseph Reitemeter, of the Bridge City Candy company, is quite sick. John LoiDg, an old soldier, residing on Railroad street, is dangerously ill. Mrs. Elsmore Hassett visited relatives in Kentland Tuesday and Wednesday, James Elley, of Richmond, is spending several days here wiith friends. Robert Rankin. the artist, Is finishing the Interior of the Logansport State bank. Mrs. G. H. Robinson, of Boston. Masu., will arrive here next week on a visit with her sister. Mrs. Cool- bangh. An excellent likenesa of. Lieut. Henry McCrea, of the U. S. navy, appears in the last Issue of Harper's Weekly Miss Oazrie Young went to Chicago yesterday on business. She was accompanied by Miss Nettie Hlmmelberger. Master Rollin Place entertained a party of young friends last night in honor of his tenth birthday anniversary. The Order of American Plowmen has twenty members in Royal Center who will be Initiated tonight by the team from this city. Natural and artificial gas bills for May are due and should be paid on or before the lOfch of the month at the company's office on Pearl street. . A Knights of Pythias lodge will be organized in Royal Center about June 1st. George Barron, of ttiis city, and a team from Star City will do the work. Miss Laura Norton, of Kewanna. la., and Miss Pollock, of Pennsylvania, who were visiting their uncle, Joseph Funk, and' family, of Clay township, have jeturned home. The Companions of Foresters of Peru, entertained eleven members of the sister lodge from this city Thursday evening. A dance followed the banquet and lodge ceremonies. Marrie'd, last evening, by 'Squire Fender, at the office of that magistrate, Mr. Alfred Winders and Mrs. Llllie Poland, of Chicago street. They will occupy the bride's home. Months and months have passed and yet nothing has been done ID the way of improving the east approach to the Market street bridge. The people of the Westside want to know the reason why. Ahorse driven by Mrs. William Sims, of the Northside, slipped on the brick payement at the corner of Fourth and Market streets at 10:30 this forenoon, and upset the buggy. Mrs. Sims was but .slightly Injured. An exchange furnishes the following bit of curious Information: "Any one having an old calendar of 1887 may successfully utilize It this year, as 1&9S Is an exact) reproduction, holidays ana all. This will not occur again until 1945." Mrs. D. D. Fickle, and sister, Miss We are shewlrg the largest line of Sideboards and Extension Tables ID the city at very low prices. We hive just received a car load of Bedroom Suit*, which we are Mll- ing at the lowest possible prloee, «»- sisceat with good, nonest workman^ ship. See -the all-wire Hammocks, which we are-selling at very low price*. ASH & 425 and 427 Market If You Have The Knack of putting up paper yourself you can renovate your rooms for next to nothing, with some of our bargain rolls. These remnants represent odds and ecds of the best manufactures, the cut prices bring no criterion of their real value. Logansport Wall Paper Company. EVERY i*e<3i» ralUbk, »»ntlil7, ragnlkllnc meditim. OB)7 hi Dr. Peal's Pennyroyal Pills For Sale at Ben Fisher's Drug Store. CHICA60 MiKKKTS. Hanoah Larway, went to Cincinnati todiiy to be present at the graduating exorcises of the Ohio Medical college. Their brother, John Larway, one of Logansport's beet young men, Is a member of the graduating class. The funeral or the 6-month-old daughter, of Mr. and Mrs. Spencer of the Southslde, will be held tomorrow at l o'clock from the United Brethren church In Fulton. The fuueral cortege will leave the house at 8 o'clock. Interment In the church cemetery. Received Dal)/ by A. M. Ebaugti, at the Oner of florth ami Fifth Streets. Chicago, May 7, 1888, Wheat—May opened at il.55: high, U.70; low, $1.55; closed at 11.67 b. Wheat-—For July, opened, 81 02}-J: high, 451.06J; low, I1.02J-; closed at $1,06|. Core—For July, opened at 34J-|c; high,35c; low, 34Jc; closed at'34j-35c. July, opened at 26j-c: low, 26Jo; closed at Tk« Weatker. Fair and warmer tonight Sunday. Kuights of St. John. General Senry J. West, of Wapakoneta, O., commanding the National Order of Uniform Rank, Knights of St. John, tendered the services of the order to President McKlnley early In April. The order comprises nearly 25,000 uniformed and disciplined men. There are two com- manderies located in this city. St. Matthews Commandery, No. 256, and St. George's Commandery, No. 279, both of which took part in yesterday's parade. St. Matthews' Commandery has organized a zouave team of twelve men and are drilling twice a week on a zouave drill to be given at the rink for the benefit of St. Joseph's hospital bazaar, May 16th to 21st. Sir Knight John Barns, of Foley's grocery, who left yesterday with Captain Bender's company, is a member of St. Matthew's commandery aud also of the zouave team. Mr. Foley yesterday presented him with a Knight of St. John gold pin, engraved with the name and nnmber of his commandery. Oats—For high, 27c; 27c. Pork—For July,' opened, $11.05: high, fll.05: low; tlO.$2; closed at 110.95. Hogs—Hngs opened weaker today. Samuel Receipts of hogs 16,000 head. Estimated receipts, Monday, Mixed, »3.95@4.17; heavy, 14.10 @4.20; rough, $3 95@4.05; light, •3.90@4.05. Receipts of cattle, 100. Sheep, 15,000. Curb, (July), $1.05£; puts (July), ].00?;call8(Jaly), $1.12-»1.1U-$J .13. JUtlee BatftiwM Sisters. The degree staff is requested to be present, at Pythian Castle ball Monday evening, May », and also all members of Diana Temple for initiation. By order of M. of R. & C. Wool! Wool!! Wool!!! For the next 30 days we wil be like a lamb lifter more wool. Will • pay you every cent we can and have a small profit left, (the small profit is what we are after), would be pleased to pay the highest market price for all .kinds of grain, and if you are not inistauen will make it to to the interest of the farmer to trade with us. We have for sale, corn, oats, chopped feed, middlings and brao,clover and Millet seed, flour, baled hay and straw. "Thanks for past favors." Will pay next business day for Wool 18c, Wheat $1.30. Corn 30c. Oata 27c. Clover seed $2,60 W. E. Kurd, Mahlon Conover. Toledo, O., May 7. Wheat—Gash, opened 81.41: closed at $1.56 b. Wheat—July,opened,$1.03J; closed at$1.06J. LOCAL GEAIN XAKKET. The following is the price paid for grain in the local market today as reported by W. E, Hurd: Wheat, $1.20: corn, 30c: oats, 27c; clover seed. $2.65. A Promising Engagement. The eastern papers .and critics speak in highest term* of Miss Edith Winn, the eminent violinist who will appear at the First Presbyterian church next Tuesday evening, and local music lovers are promised a rare treat in her appearance here. She will be assisted by popular local talent. Baseball Tomorrow. The Shamrocks, of Mnncie, will play the Logansports tomorrow and Monday at tne Driving park. The Shamrocks arrived in the city thii afternoon. Smote the OAtunbia.ctgajj Perfectly Delfched * With Them: No other wearable will please a woman M a dainty, stylish, snugly-fitting pair of shoes. I'the price is reasonable ft makes her all the happier. We make women happy every day. Ladies' chocolate tlol kid lace new coin toe, very latest style, a 13.00 shoe at $2.00. Ladles' chocolate vie! kid, figured vesting top lace, new coin toe worth $3.00 at $2.50. 0*11 and »ee them. ' • | Ellas Winter * A little life mar be wicrlHoad to A sudden attack of croup,, If you 4cp*k hate Dr. TboioM' Bclisctrtc Oil o*{ band for the «mergeney. f

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