Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on May 11, 1898 · Page 24
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 24

Logansport, Indiana
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Wednesday, May 11, 1898
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OAILYJPHABOS WEDNESDAY, MA.Y 11, 1898. QITY MS.WS. Flue plants cheap at, Newby's. Mrs. Harry Russell, colored,1s slek. Hooley, the tallor ; can please you. Fresh fish, Rothormel, Thursday. Our national color neckwear.— New Otto Charles Krels went to Elwood this afternoon. Mrs. Frank Rice went to Chicago this morning. A clean slate at the mayor's office this morning. Veal, Bpthermel's Eastend meat market, Thursday. Mrs. Will Westlake, of Marlon, is Ylstttng her parents here. Dr. Arthur Baker and wire have returned Irom Rochester. Big John sells garden hose at lOo per foot. Guaranteed for two years. A steam heating plant will be put in the Logansport State bank building. Miss Edith Young has accepted a position with Qulgley in hla candy store. Holbruner & Uhl for carriages,baggies and harness at rock bottom prices. eouuj. Wanted—Good giil with r mendations.isil High street. Steady employment. Captain George P. Chase will drill hl« company tomorrow night In Dolan & McHale's hall. A movement is on fool to organize a young men's society in the Broadway M. E. church. C. 0. Blagaman, of Boone township, was in the city today visiting bit brother, Jacob Bingaman. Charles Young has the contract for eight sets of harness to be made for the Sipe & Blake Dog and Pony show. • James Vlney, of the flre department, and wife, drove over to Rochester today to visit Mrs. Vinej 'a mother, Mrs. Ruth Sweet. Arthur Nemer. of Kokomo, was in the cay yesterday on business with the Metropolitan insurance company, of which he Is an employe. John Leber, one of the leading business men of Kansas City, was in the city Monday visiting his aunt,, Mrs. Fred Heppe, tfn Third street. I Mart Granger, head baker for F. A. Dykeman, scalded hla left band and arm severely yesterday while lifting a cia of boiling water from the stove. George Y. Mott'a son Carl, of Kewanna, is here attending the Commercial school and boarding with his aunt, Mrs. James C. Kerns, of Twelfth street. The price of bread has not been raised here on each loaf. However the loaves are smaller than usual and in that way the bikers sell them for the same price. In decorating the Interior of the Logansport State bank Robert Rankin, Wiier & Co.'s chief artlsti adopted a design that is entirely new, and the effect is simply grand. E. Schmltt, of the Golden Rule dry goods horse, returned last night from Hot Springs, Ark. He reports bis daughter rapidly recovering from blood pol«onlng, and she will return borne with her mother In about two weeks. People are wondering why Street Commissioner Jamison has not put the street in condition to drive over at She corner |of Broadway and Seventh streets. The brick paving stands about fou' inches h gher than the old street which joins it. A few nnre of those choice trimmed pattern hats to be sold at very low prices. Now is the time to buy your noboy dress, walking and sailor hats. The styles were never prettier and as the prices are much lower, they will cortainly please all.—Mrs. W. J. Potter, near Sixth. Miss Olive May Ross, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Ross, of Noble township, will be united in marriage this evening to Mr. John J. Brandt, son of Wm. H. Brandt, of the same township. The couple are well known in the city. The wedding will occur at the home of the bride's parents. An afternoon reception, at the home of Mrs. Ida Hendricks Sample, 822 Broadway, was a pleasant social event today, from 2:30 to 5 o'clock. The guest of honor was Mrs. Philip Thrasher, of Bioomington, sister of Mr?. Sample. The ladies assisting were Mrs.' W. T. Giffe, Mrs. C. O. Arrlck and Misses Alice Knowlton, Daisy Justice and Edna Stevens. Rev. F. M. Huckleberry has returned from Indianapolis, where he went to see his son at Camp Mount. Be says there is no truth in the report that the boys have been examined, but will probably be so either today or tomorrow. He says the troys are all well and that two of the regiments will go to New Orleans today or tomorrow and the others will go the last of this week or the first of next week. Will Huckleberry and Thomas McElhaney have been utigned as buglers, which releases them from carrying guns or performing any mtnutl labor. Spain is Not fioing to Fight Aggres= sively. May Compel an Invasion of Spain by American Troops. SAMPSON'S FLEET Will Probably Return to Havana to Help Free Cuba. The Situation in Spain Gives Much Concern to Those in Authority. May Return to Havana. Bpeclal to tha Fhtroc. Washington, May 11.— It is now announced that San Juan, Porto Kico, will not be bombarded by Sampson'3 fleet, but that it will return to Key West and assist the army in terminating Spanish rule in Cuba. May Extend the War. Washington, D. 0., Ma? 11—It is generally sgreed in official circles that the return of the Spanish fleet may result in pr ilong;tng the war. It Is taken to mean teat Spain proposes to make war on the ocean and will resort to privateering and will prey on American commerce. Washington, May 11.— No news from, Sampson had been received here up to eleven o'clock today, nor has the Spanish fleet been heard from officially. The soldiers of the United States army are ready for an Immediate movement, and anxiously await orders to move. An Invading Army. Washington, D, C , May 11.—Volunteer troops, as well as regulars, will make up the army In Cuba. They will leave in a few days. The first invasion will be followed by a second in short order. Indianapolis, May 11.—Another regiment has bean ordered to be prepared for immediate service. The First Landing. Key West,May 11—The expedition under command of Captain Dorst, which left Tampa on the transport Orussle, landed within fifty miles of Havana. London, May 11.—A Spanish torpedo boat, the Destroyer, was blown up near Gibraltar this morning. All the crew probably killed. It is reported that the Spanish ministry has notified Genera) Blanco » f(J*t SHAPE CRCAM OF TARTAR FOWOCI DR, CREAM B/VHING Awarded Highest Honors, World's Fair Odd Medal, Midwinter Fair. that he must depend on securing subsistence lor his troorw in Cuba. , Rioting continues to increase in Spain. "Washington, May 11.—The cruiser Charleston has been ordered to sail from San FrancIscoOtoday with ammunition and relief supplies for Dewey. Pleases the President. A Washington special says: Tbe return of the Spaniards to Cadiz is gratif j ing in the highest degree to tbe president and his advisers, who desire to achieve a speedy termination of the war, as much to curtail the enormous expenses it Involves as to relieve the demoralization of business throughout the country, which would be Inseparable from a locg continuance of prevailing conditions. la Desperate Straits. Madrid, May 11.—There is grow- a current feeling that to pursue this disastrous war, now that It has been proved that, while Spain's courage Js always equal to the test, her financial, military and naval resources are inadequate to cope with an adversary so vastly her superior as America, amounts simply to madness. One of the most prominent bankers here said that to escape 'rom total ruin is becoming more and more difficult every day if the war is prolonged. The workingman finds himself confronted with tangible proof of what war means. He is already paying sbout twice as much as formerly for the loaf of bread that plays such an important role ic his nourishment, and he is beginning to get desperate. PROVED FATAL, John Cassel, VVDo Sustained Internal lu juries, Died This Morning at the Wabasli Railroad Hospital at Peru. The many Logansport ffiends of Joan (3am) Cassel, will regret to learn that the injuries he sustained while coupling cars in the Wabash yards at Peru yesterday morning, resulted fatally. His death occurred this morning at the Waba h hospital in Peru. He was caught between two cabooses and sustained internal injuries. John Cassel was in the employ of the Panhandle railroad company for a number of years. He arose from a freight brakeman to a passenger conductor on that road, and was one of the many let out by tbe company after Charles Watts was appointed superintendent of the Chicago division. He next obtained employment in the Vandalla yards here. A year or so later he went to work in the Eel River railroad yards and was finally transferred to Peru. He leaves a wife and seven children. He was a member of Tipton lodge No. 33, F. and A. M., of this city, and Messrs. Isaac Shideler and Eli Greensfelder, of that lodge, went to Peru today to arrange for tbe funeral, the time of which will be announced tomorrow. Mrs. Castle is a sister of Mr. Fred McDermott, of this city. Later—The funeral will be held at Pern tomorrow. The remains will be brought here at 2 p. m. for burial in Mt. Hope cemetery. Burial will be made by Tipton lodge, F. and A. M. " SERIOUSLY INJURED Was Mrs. Margaret Jnckson While Climbing College Hill. Mrs. Margaret Jackson, aged 80 years was severely Injured Monday evening about 4 o'clock, wbilp climbing College hill.at the end of Collsge street - Mrs. Jackson is the mother of Mrs. James Klecfcner, and was at her daughter's bouse, No. 606 Chicago street. She lives on Pleasant ant Grove street, and to shorten the distance to her home was attempting to climb the steep hill which is at the end of College street. The hill ia about as steep as any to be found in the county and when aoout half way up, Mrs. Jackson became exhausted and fell, striking her head on a stone which rendered her unconscious. Luckily, the little daughter of Mrs. Kleckner had accompanied her and she quickly gave the alarm. She was conveyed back to the Kleckner home and remained unconscious until late tn the night. Mrs. Jackson had overestimated her strength *nd had been rejected to go around by tbe street on heir way Here are Two Stunners in WINDOW SHADES FOR A FEW DAYS. iooo Feet Shades, with good Spring Rollers in many colors. 7 feet long. Price, only Apague Cloth Shades in all the new Spring Shades with the best Hartshorn Rollers and full 7 ft long, for a few days only SCHMITT & HE1NLY. 12c home. Her face is cut and bruised and her injuries most severe, but the physicians have hopes of her immediate recovery. CHIUABO M4.KK.KTS. Received Dally by A. JH. Ebaush, at the Corner of North and Fifth Streets. Ohioago, May 11, 1898, Wheat—May opened at »1.80; high, 11.80; low, 11.70; closed at' •1.79. Wheat—For July, opened, 81.Hi: high, 41.144; low, $1.G9J; closed at I1.10J. Corn—For July, opened at 35Jc; high, 36jc; low, 35ic: closed at 36H-C. Oats—For July, opened at 27 c: high, 27io; low, 27o; closed at) 27c. Pork—For July, opened, $11.05: high. $11.87: low, $11.05; closed at 111.87. Receipts of hogs 35,000 head. Estimated receipts, tomorrow , Mixed, »4.00@*.02; heavy, t4.15 _4.27; rough, *4.00@4.05; light. $3.95@4.15. Receipts of cattle, 17,000. Sheep, 16,000. Curb, (Sept.) » ; puts (Sept.) 90}: calls (Sept.) $95^. "Toledo, O., May 11. Wheat—Cash,opened $1.58 b; closed at 81.55, Wheat—July,openei3,SI.Hj; closed at 81.11. LOCAL GRAIN MARKET . The following is the price paid for grain in the local market today as reported by W. E. Hurd: Wheat, «1.40: corn, 32c; oats, 27c: clover seed, $2.75. Look for "Pox" on the crackers before your grocer bags them. Insist upon getting Fox's XXXX Square Wafer Butter Crackers. But what's the use of telling you to do this. You are sure to do It if you know how good they are. ADDITIONAL ITEHS. There were no offenders in the po- liee court tbis morning. See the low prices for fancy hosiery and underwear at the Trade Palace. A different arranged programme will be carried out each evening at the rink next week. Hundreds are taking advantage of the special discount this week on silks.—Trade Palace. Mrs. Samuel Rothrock, ot Monticello, spent yesterday in the city, the guest ot her husband. Mr. Rothrock will remove his family here as soon as the MonticeJo schools close. Wm. Boerger has received another letter from J^mes Nelson, dated at Paris. He is stopping at the Hotel Pernice de Galles. His many friends here will be glad to learn that he arrived safely. The Pennsylvania railroad company is to at once begin the erection of the long-talked-of passenger station at Pittsburg, and, when completed, it will compare favorably with the company's station at Philadelphia. The grocery firm of Dunn Brothers has been dissolved. Patrick F. Dunn will continue the business and Edward will operate the Hotel Dunn, shortly to be opened for business at the corner of Third ana Canal ssreets. The village of Fulton, thirteen miles north, enjoyed She variety of a street fight last evening, in which John Loaderback and Riley Whitehead participated. After a spirited contest, Louderback came the Admiral Dewey act and worsted his antagonist. Mr. J. C. Knapp, ad ranee guard, is in the city arranging for the appearance at Dolan's on the 18th of Hi Henry's famous minstrels. There are fifty people in the company, among whom is the eminent baritone, Oscar Mlch&elis, the old Logansport boy. Owing to the lateness ot the season special reduced prices will be offered, 25. 35 and 50 cents. Always what you want, Ben Fisher T T 7\ ~\ T TT^ You been around yet to see JTij^L V -L2X JACOB HERZ'S line of Spring Suitings, etc. If you have not t call at all the tailor establishment in the city, and then go and see his prices and if you can not be suited then, t is because you don't want to buy, as he has all he Novelties of the season, such as STRIPES, CHECKS, Etc. A kind invitation extended to all. Yours truly, JACOB HER2I OPENING DISPLAY OF Spring Buttings! An Exhibition of Choicest Woolens and Novelties. JOHN CARROLL, The Tailor, 1222 Broadway. Lumber, Lath, Siinjles, Zaxh, Doors, Blinds, and Ladders. Cheaper Than THOMPSON LUMBER CO. Sixth & High Sts. Main Office OF HUB, 3O9 Market St. Philadelphia Pa- Owing to the critical time in tbe eastern markets—ws have today shippad to your store. 500.suits to sell from $5.00 to J10.00 per suit, fully worth 50 per cent more. THEY ARE HERE. X And go on sale Saturday May 7th—they come direct trom our tactory. and we think this a very lucky deal—and are gkd to share our luck with you —ISTo shoddy advertised as baits, but a stock of the finest and most cleverly gotten up garments ever showa here or elsewhere. Made in our factory—which means a saving of 25 per cent to you at the start. Visit any clothing store you like, then come here and compare the difference of the fabrics, the trim, the beauty of fit, and the PEICE. We leave the decision to your own judgement, t»r your eyes cannot deceive you. CHILDREN'S SUITS to 15 years Knee From the reliable sort, from 51.50 up, ages Pants suiu. The best 25c Underwear in the city of Logansport, The best Soft Shirt with extra cnffs—Sort Shirts with collars to them . - - SO Our space will not permit of any other mention.but ask you to call at The Hub if you want |1.25 worth of goods for ------- &LCXQO THE HUB. Harry Frank's Old Stand. i 13 Fourth St t

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