Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on May 12, 1898 · Page 25
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A SHARP FIGHT. Four Americans Killed and Several Wounded. THE TORPEDO BOAT WINSLOW DISABLED In an Engagement Off Cardenas Yesterday. Rumor That Sampson Has Met the Spanish Fleet and Destroyed It An Invading Party Said to Have Been Repulsed by Spaniards Near Cienfuegos Bombarding San Juan, l to th« Fhi.ro*. New York, May 12,—A special from Fort Defiance says that the American squadron, consisting of nine ships, are now bombarding San Juan, Porto Rico. Another Fight Sear Manila. Hongkong, May 12—Anoiher fierce battle has been fought in the Philippines between the Concord and & Snanish gunbuat off Iliolo. The Concord sunk tbe gunboat and reduced the batteries. Maj Be So. Chicago, May 12.—The Tribune's oopy-rlfchted special from Port-au- Prince says that it is reported that Commodore Sampson has met the Spanish Cape Verde fleet off the coast of Porto Rico and annihilated it. More Volunteers. Washington, May 12 —A second call for volunteers is under consideration by the war department. The secretary of war will request that another call for 75,000 volunteers be made soon. Hudson engaged the Spanish gunboats in Cardenas harbor, near Matanzas. An officer on the Winslow and three men were killed and several wounded. The dead are Ensign Worth .Bagley, John V. Olier, Joslau Tunnett, cabin cook: J. T. Meeks, fireman, and J. Daniel, fireman. Land batteries supported the Spanish gunboats. Occnrred Yesterday. The fight off Cardenas in which the torpedo boat Winslow was disabled and a number of her crew killed, occurred at 1 o'clock yesterday. Hnng a Spy. Washington, May 12— George Downing, the Spanish spy,hung himself here this morning. Badlj Damaged. Key West, Mav 12—The Winslow was badly damaged by a solid shot which crushed In her hull and knocked out her boiler. Ensign Bagley and others were killed by a shell. Key West, May 12.—The cruiser Wilmington, Commander Todd, torpedo boat Winslow and gunboat Report of a Big Sea Fight. New York, May 12 — k\ dispatch to the Herald from Key West says: Your correspondent was Informed by the captain of the Vioksburg, when he hailed that vessel Wednesday, that news had reached the blockading fleet of an action east of Haiti between Rear-Admiral Sampson's squadron and the Spanish Cape Verde fleet, in which the latter had sustained a crushing defeat- Landing Party in a Battle. Havana, May 32.—Four American vessels opened fire on OlenfuegoaWed- nesday morning and attempted to land men and arms in barges. The Spanish troops, assisted by 'the fort, drove oft the Invaders. The American guns destroyed the cable station. A second attempt to land was also frustrated. The fighting continued for eight hours and it is reported that the Americans lost heavily. Altogether fourteen Spaniards were wounded. BOXING IN ENGLAND. H«w Thln«< Am Kan »t the National Sponinc CJnb of Ix>ndoo. A man who saw tbe Palmer-Sullivan fight at the National Spotting clnb of London some time ago gives an interesting account of the way ihings are rcn in that exclusive sportiug organization. "Only members and their guests can get into the arena, "he said recently, "and everybody wears evming dress. There is room for a big crowd, and when every spectator is in his seat all haw are removed aud smoking is scriet- ly prohibited, V?heu rbe light is under way, perfect order is tnaiurained. If an eioitable ineaibor yells encouragement to tbe contestants, he is promptly ordered to bottle himself \ip, and if he offends •gain he is quickly ejected frpm the building. The referee sits outside of the ring and is in full charge of everything. If he notices anybody who is inclined to be disorderly, be quickly calls upon attendants to put the offender <wt In tbe Sullivan-Palmer figbt tha referee warned tbe American several tunes for foul tactics, and after the twelfth ronnd ended be said: " 'Snllivan, if you v?ere an Englishman, I would have disqualified you in the sixth round, bat as yon are art Ajaorioan I want to give you all th« chalice In "tee •worliT. 'If yon use tha» elbow again, however, I shall have to stop the bout.' " If a boxing club hereabout conld be conducted in such a manner, it would be a novelty never before experienced by ring followers. It is almost always the case that local bouts are artended by some persons who cannot restrain themselves when fighwrs are mixing things up.—.Xevr York Sun. Bare the Laugh on The boys bad the laugh on President Hart of Chicago recently. In the morning he rose early and took a walk to the bail grounds ro see how work was progressing on the grand stand improvements. When ha reached the gate, he was deiiie'd admission. He became indignant, but no explanation was offered. The guard at the gate continued to stubbornly deny him admission. Smothering his auger, Hart walked along the fence until he found a peek hole. Utilizing this, he saw that The workmen were busy. That was what he came to learn, and he returned to his office. On the-way there ie was informed that there was a carpenters' strike on and that the refusal of admission was because of his being taken for a walking delegate, . The guard did not want any of that kind to get in and stop the men •working. "I have been taken for many things," said Hart, "but never for a •workingman. "—Chicago Times-Herald DAILYPHA^QS : THURSDAY, MAY 12, 1898: QITY NB.WS. Onion sets 5c quart at Foley's. Fine plants cheap at Newby's. Hooley, the tailor : can please you. 15 bars best laundry soap for 25c.— Traut. Ironing boards, 59c: tomorrow at Fo.ey's. Children's dresses for Me upwards. —Trade Palace. Fresh fish—Rothermel's Eastend market Friday. Children's hats and caps, all prices. —Trade Palace. Screen doors and window screens cheap at Foley's. A good second grade Sour 12 75 per hundred—Traut. Big John sells garden hose at JGo per foot. Guaranteed for two years, Kodak views of Logansport volunteers starting for the war at Graves'. M. M. Hughes 328.fifth street for gas fitting. All job work promptly attended to. Tomorrow is "Extra" Bargain Friday at the Bee Hive. Bead the ad on first page. Miss Eethel Bryant has taken the position of stenographer at the Bee fliva dry goods noose. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Smith! of Bates street, will entertain the Y. M. P. club this evening. Mr. L. H. Coe, traveling salesman forE. H, Stetson & Co., men's fine shoes of South Keymouth, Mass;, is at the New Murdock. The Bimetallic club met last night and devoted the evening principally to the transaction of business. TLe next meeting occurs on Wednesday evening, May 25th. Mrs. David Clymer entertained a large company of little people yesterday afternoon in honor of the 7th birthday anniversarv of her little daughter Helen. Luncheon was served. Funeral Tomorrow. The remains of Mrs. Alta Cooper were brought to this city at noon today and were taken to the residence of Aueust Dotsch, on the Westside. The funeral cortege will leave the residence of Mr. Dorsch at 2 p. m. tomorrow, and the funeral services, conducted by Rev. Semans, will be held at the Broadway M. E. church at 2:30. Attention St. Matthew Commandery, Knights of St. Joliii. You are hereby ordered to report at armory tomorrow (Friday) evening, May 13. at T-.30 sharp, to take action upon Decoration day.—John K/Fox, captain. Burial of John fasset. The remains of the late John Cassel were brought here from Teru at 2 o'clock this afternoon and buried in Mt. Hope cemetery. Burial was made by Tlpton lodge No. 33, F. and A. M. _ TIME'LY'TURF TIPS. The Kentucky Futnrity for msrea bred in 1891, wLicb closed on March lo, received about 750 entries. Henry G. Je.weU is to build a half mile track at Jewettville, so that trainers can get out in tbe open on fair days. The famous mare Bethel, 2:16, who involved Bob Kneebsinsomuch trouble in Germany, is to be on the German tracks in 18,98. Rubenstein, 2:05, is ia fine fettle. He will not bo in tbe stud this season, but will be extensively raced. He is already entered in several stake events. One of tbe youngest sons of Kysdyk's Hambletoman, although a very old horse, is Marl borongh, -who is now located at Fredonia, N, Y. He is now 38 years old. General Maceo, a promising 2-year- old by Meddler, won tbe first race, a 5)£ furlong dash, at Benning the other day. General Maceo is a cbestnnt gelding out of Petrea. Buddha bas been declared out of the Washington handicap, and it is said tbut lie will be declared out of all tba big stakes and handicaps for which be ia engaged, as tbe crack colt bas bowed a tendon. John Splan, tbe trotting horse trainer, bas bought a runner at Lexington and will race in Chicago. Tbe thoroughbred is a 2-year-old oolt by Donatello, dam Eliza Hindoo, by Hindoo. ?rice f 1,000.. . A rUHC CNAPt CRtAM or TARTAR POWOCI DR. CREAM BAKING POWDER Awarded Highest Honors, World's F«ir QoJd Med*l, Midwinter Here are Two Stunners in WINDOW SHADES FOR A FEW DAYS 1 A A A 1UUU Feet Shades, with good Spring Rollers in many colors. 7 feet long. Price, only .......................... . ............. 12c 7 A A Apague Cloth Shades in all the new Spring Shades with the ^C/r I UU best Hartshorn Rollers and full 7 ft long, for a few days only £3C SCHMITT&HE1NLY. Every day Brings S miething New in Spring Shoes See the latest colors in Magennta, Gray, Tan and Olive colors.The handsomest colors and most Exquisite' Styles imaginable, beauti-' fully designed and something quite different from those you have ever seen. Equally as handsome in Misses' and Children's Shoes SEE THE/&. Stevenson & Klinsick, 403 Broadway. YOU Like to see nice laundry work, don't you'' You like to have your linen returned looking clean, white and elegant. Then send it to Marshall's Laundry. 608 Broadway, and we guarantee you will be satisfied. Call up 'phone liO and our wagon will call for your work. HAVE--- You been, around yet -to see JACOB HERZ'S line of',! Spring Suits, etc? If you have not, call at all the tailor establishments in the city, and then go aud see his prices and if you canuot be suited.then H is because you dou't want to buy,as he has all the Novelties such as STRIPES, CHECKS, Etc. A kind invitation extended to all. Toms truly, MCOB HERZ. SEE OUR DISPLAY OF An Exhibition of Choicest Woolens and Novelties. JOHN OARROLLx The Tailor — . ................ ... 1222 Broadway. LomEier, Lath, Sash, Doors, Blinds, Ladders. CHEAPER THAN EVER. Main Office OF THE HUB. 3O9 Market St. Philadelphia Pa A COSVE.MEST DEVICE, Is a Tether Invented by Herr John Day. Herr John Day was about town today exhibiting the model of a tether, an ingenious device of his own Invention. The last number of the Scientific American contains the following reference to Mr. Day's Invsntlon: "The tether is made In adjustable sections, designed to contribute to contribute to the com'ort of an animal feeding, while affording great freedom of movement within prescribed bounds, the movement of the animal in any direction being without danger of entanglement In the tether rope. The improvement has been patented by Jobn Day, of Logansport, Ind., and will solve a long- felt want, as It keeps a horse or any animal in that part of a pasture where It is put and yet gives it space for feeding." CAMDEN CAT1LRY Wants to be Knoirn as the Helen tionld Company. A company of cavilry was organized yesterday at Camdeu, composed entirely of volunteers from Carroll county. Frank Robinson was elected captain. The company adopted resolutions recommending Dr. Ohas, Soholl as colonel, Letters from Governor Mount and Congressman Landis were received by the new company approving of the organisa- tion. The company consists of 123 men and wants to be known as the Helen Gould Company, First Regiment, Indiana Cavalry. BASE BALL. The Rochester* Will PUy Here Sext Sunday. The Logansports will play the Rochesters here next Sunday. The Rochester team is a strong one, and an interesting game Is assured. Managers Wandrel and Hall were deceived concerning the strength of the Mnncte team, which, played here IMC Sunday. They were given to understand that the Mancie players . , «. . ^ j were among tne beat In the state. ' HaiTy Frank S Old Stan-i. THOMPSON LUMBER CO. Sixth and High Sts. Owing to the critical time in the eastern markets—we hare today shippad to your store. 500 suits to sell from $5.0$ to $10.00 per suit, fully worth 50 per cent more. THEY ARE HERE. And go on sale Saturday May 7th—they come direct trom our tactory, and we think this a very lucky deal—and are glad to share our luck with you —No shoddy advertised as baits, but a stock of the finest and most cleverly gotten up garments ever shown here or elsewhere. Made in our factory—which means a saving of 25 per cent to you at the start. Yisit any clothing store you like, then come here and compare the difference of the fabrics, the trim, the beauty of fit, and the PRICE. We leave the decision to your own judgement, f*r your eyes cannot deceive you. CHILDREN'S SUITS From the reliable sort, from Sl-50 up, ages 3 to 15 years Pants suits. The best 25c Underwear in the city ot Logansport. The best Soft Shirt with extra caffs—Soft Shirts with eolkre to them - - - . - - QO Our space will not permit of any other mention,but ask you to caU at The Hub if you want $1.25 worth of goods for THE HUB. ^13 Fourth St.

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