Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on May 17, 1898 · Page 24
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DAILYJPHABOS TUESDAY, MAY 17 ; 1893. QITY NR.WS. Ladles' fine shoes, |l, at Maiben's Lion coffee, lOc ib at P. F, Dunn's See Maiben for best wearing shoes 10 cases Royal eoap 25c,Eothermel $10 silk c»pes $6,98—Trade Palace Hooley, the tailor, canplease you Ladies' slippers, "»0c, at Maiben's. 3 Ibs pickled pigs feet for lOc— Foley. Insect spravers and bug finish at I. N. Crawford's. 21c for choice of 75c shirt waists— Bee Hive war sale. The young son of Undertaker Bar nett is ill of measles. Veal—Rotheimel's meat market rear of grocery, Wednesday. Our prices are not equalled any where—Golden Rule May sale. Help a worthy Institution by tak log supper at the rink tonght- D. 0, Justice is having steel cell ings placed in his office building. Supper at the rink tonight for the benefit of St. Joseph's hospital. .Club House coffee, 29c Ib; Club House salmon, I5e can at Foley's. Double linen sailors, worth 75C, special at 49c—Bee Hive's war sale Edward Cooper and children have have returned to their home in Chi«ago. Real swell tan, cloth top, real vicl kid shoes $1.98, at the New Otto, worth- $4< •' • Absolutely no competition In prices. Your dollar goes the farthest at the Golden Eule Hay sale. See the Iceberg refrigerators; oar load 'juts received. All sizes and prices, at I. N. Crawford's. f Mr. and Mrs. Medbonrn and Mrs. Salisbury and daughter, of Culver, were In the city yesterday on business . The young child or Mr. and Mrs. Florian Keller, of 108 Melbourne avenue, is recovering from brain fever. William Smith, tfce Vandalia fireman, has raised a sixty foot flag pole In front of his residence on Miami street. At $1.98, really worth $4, broadcloth top, real broadcloth top, and real fine vici kid tan shoes, at the New Otto sale. Rev. H. A. Percival, of Chicago, formerly pastor of the Broadway Presbyterian church, is in the city visiting friends. Mrs. Eva Standish, who has been visiting her sister, Mrs. Robert Mo- Elheny, left today for her home in northern Michigan. '. William Kraut is having 1 the Interior of his barber shop handsomely papered and decorated, Robert Rankin is doing the work. :• Daniel Klllian is at Indianapolis attending a meeting of the Undertakers association of the state. He will return home tonight. Direct purchase of "gold medal black goodr," actually sold for from 75o to 90c per yard. Choice of fifty pieces for 58c—Bee Hive. We have everything in the latest styler, and you will do well to buy your clothing of the Broadway clothiers—Helvle & Sellers. Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Kern and daughter Magdalene, of Chicago, are guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Johnston-, at the Johnston hotel. A. J. Murdock has a force of men at work laying a cement walk on the southside of Broadway., in front of his property In Murdock Place. O. M, Miller was in the city yesterday and today. He left this morning for Huntington, where he will engage In the retail lt«uor business. MM. Peter Brockman, sr., whose left hand was 10 badly inflamed that It was thought it might be found necessary to amputate It, is now out of danger. Ransom Ice was fined $20 in the Cass circuit court this morning for violating the liquor law at Dunkirk. Ice runs a quart shop. He will stay the fine. Wednesday evening, at the rink, a number of beautiful selections by Steinhart's orchestra and solos by Mr. Will MoKee an3 Prof. Joseph Rembusch. Mrs. Schlater, of East Broadway, is In Columbus attending the G. A. R. encampment now in session. She represents the Woman's Relief Corps of this city. Neil Robinson, of Peru, was here Sunday morning and returned in the afternoon accompanied by his sister, Miss Stella, and Miss Dessle Deibert, who had been visiting the Misses Skinner for a few days. Dewey's victory has aroused much enthusiasm and so do our stylish hats. It is to be supposed that the Minila straw hats will be more pop' 'cvthan ever this sewon—Dewen- \hatter and furnisher. . W. Bowe, of Lowell, Ind., <lty visiting George Shaver, 'fjdla engineer, and family, <jmily of Samuel Shaver. Shaver are her sons. -alng an engine on a >mingham, Ala. | Concerning the Where aborts of Spanish Fleet STILL INDULGED IN By the Government Offcials at Washington. There Are Hopes That Cervera May be Gotten Into a Pocket. Battle Expected Tomorrow in the Vicinity of Cieafuegos Off the South Coast of Cuba. American Cable Company at London Instructs Agents There to Refuse Spanish Messages- War News. At Special to tie Phut*. Chattanooga, May 17,—By tonight there will be a larger number of troops gathered together at Chickamauga Park than have gathered in the service at any time since the close of the Civil war. As fast as they arrive the troops are organized into brigads and divisions. Major General Wilson wili have command of the first division, and some of the Indiana regiments will be in this division. V *vxt o* Chamberlain's Speech. New York, Miy 17.—A London dispatch says that the Russian ambassador has been directed to demand 'rom Lord Salisbury an explanation jf Mr. Chamberlain's speech. Mr. Chamberlain himself is de- ighted over the sensation he has created, although his jubilation,obviously, is not shared by his colleagues. Several members of parliament press ed him privately tonight for a more explicit statement concerning the danger ahead. He Jmerely replied oracularly: "Events will justify." Refuse Messages. London, May 17.—The American Cable company here has instructed the agents to refuse Spanish government messages. Some ef Sampson's Ships. Kingston, Jamaica, May 17—Three war ships have been sighted off the eastern extremity of the island. They probably belong to Sampson's fleet. The Spanish Fleet, New York, May 17.—A dispatch to the World from Madrid says: It is believed by naval officers here that Admiral Ceivera's fleet will continue to dodge about in tha Caribean sea and the Gulf of Mexico. Cervera will avoid a fight in case he finds himself overmatched. His chief aim is to draw the American squadrons away from the Cuoan coasts, so that he may make a dash and get Into Havana. May Meet Tomorrow. Key West, May 17.—Unless the Spanish fleet'changes its course, a battle may be expected -tomorrow in the vicinity of Cienfuegos off the south coast of Cuba. The latest news from Sampson's fleet is to the effect that it is making all haste to reach Cienfuegos ahead of the Spanish fleet. CUT IN PIECES' Was th* Body of Frank Fisher, of Kenneth, By a Panhandle Train Same Time Last Fiank Fisher, a -teamster at the Kenneth quarries, was killed last night near the Lime Kiln school house, two miles west of the city. The body, whlcb was literally cut to pieces, was round at 5 o'clock this morning by parties en route to their work. Coroner Busjahn was notified, and after viewing the remains directed Undertaker Barnett to take charge of and bury them, which was .done this afternoon in Mt. Hope cemetery. Fisher was 35 years of age. He has no relatives in this part of the country and nothing is known of his past. He had been employed at the quarries but a few weeks. Fisher left the quarries yesterday, and there Is evidence that he was intoxicated . He is supposed to have been returning to. the quarries when struck by the train. It is not known what train killed him,, as quite a number leave the city by that route between 10 p. m. and4 a. m. Departure Forbidden. Barcelona, Spain, May 17.—The departure of large steamers from this port, suitable for auxiliary cruisers, is Deen forbidden by the government authorities. Beoeired IhOljr bj A. M. Ebaugh, at the Corner of North and Firth Streets. Chicago, May 17, 1888, Wheat— May opened at 11.45; high, $1.50; low, 81.45; closed at I1.49J,. Wheat— For July, opened, 11.09 high, 11.10; low, 1.07; closed at fl.08. Corn— For July, opened at 36Jc; high, '36|-c; low, 35jc; closed at 36cb. Oats— For July, opened at 26Jc; high, 26jo; low, 26Jo- closed at Pork— For July, opened, 112.32; high, $12 67; low, *12.19; closed at 112,17. Receipts of hogs 32,000 head. Estimated-reoeipts tomorrow, 28,000. Mixed, I4.35@4.70; heavy, 14.55 @4.75; rough, I4.30@4.50: light, I4.45@4.56. Open strong to 10 cents higher. Receipts of cattle, 3,000. Sheep, 11,000, Curb, (Sept.) 89| b-i; puts (Sept.) S8J-J; calls '(Sept.) 9H-£o. Toledo, O., May 17. Wheat— Cash, opened $1.49; closed at 81. 49. Wheat — July, opened, $1,08; 'closed at I1.07J. _ LOCAL GRAIN MARKET. The following is the price paid for grain in the local market today as reported by W. E. Hurd: Wheat,' 11.20: corn, 32c; oats, 27e; jlover seed, f 2 . 25 . Grand May Sale, -ATTHE GOLDEN RULE. Without Comparison, nothing to be equal it ever attempted in the city. Bargains that are bargains. Profits entirely ignored. Prices cut to the lowest. The purchasing power of the dollar was never as great. Goods marked in plain figures. One price to all. Come today. You are Never Disappointed Here-*^^^ SCHMITT & HEINLY. Every day .Brings S )mething JS r ew in Shoes See the latest, colors iu 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. They IMdn't Come. Mayor McKee received a telephone message from Lafayette yesterday stating that a delegation of tbe coun- ;11 of that city would come to Lo- iport at 9:48 this morning to inspect ,he street paving, water works and electric light plant of the City of Bridges. Mayor McKee and Councilmen Hattery, Dykeman, Graf and Woll were at the Wabash station with a carriage to receive and prop- :rly entertain the visitors, but they failed to appear. Attention, St. John's Commandery Jio. 34, K. T. There will be a meeting this evening at 7:45 at tbe temple to make arrangements to attend the funeral of Sir Knight Wellis G. Graham tomorrow at 2 p. m. Be present if pos- sible—Oott Barnett, Generalissimo. Order of American Plowmen. Continental Oouncil No. f meets tonigat in Progress hail, corner Fourth and Market streets: s. number of candidates for Initiation. A PURE GRAPE CREAM OF TARTAR POWDM DR, BAKING ROWDffi Awarded Highest Honors, World's Fair Gold Medal, Midwinter Fajr YOU Like to see Eice laundry work, don't you? You like to have your linen returned looking cleao, white and elegant. Then send it to Marshall's Laundry. 608 Broadway, and we guarantee you will be satisfied. Call up 'phone 110 and our wagon will call for your work. RAILROAD BREVITIES. Short Items of Interest Gathered From Many Sources. The Vandalla will put on its lake trains next Monday. The Wabasa delivered over 3,000 people to the L. E. & W. at Peru Sunday for the Indianapolis excursion . It is stated that 350 employes of the Big Four road, trainmen and shopmen, now own their homes In Brightwood. a suburb of Indianapolis, The Pennsylvania company will put its "dummy" train into service at WInona tomorrow, running it every fifteen minutes between tbe resort and Warsaw. J. L. Head, claim agent of the Wabaeh company, was plunged Into a creek near Peru last Saturday by tbe bridge giving way beneath his buggy. He received a thorough "ducking," but escaped serious Injury. The Joint Traffic association • has approved of special rates to western points as follows: American Medical association at Denver, Col., June 7 to 10, and tbe annual convention of the Traveler's Protective association of America at Omaha May 31 to June 3. ^ Hi Henry Receives an Motor. Quite a compliment, as well as a distinction, has been shown Hi Henry, the minstrel manager, by the presentation to him, of the battle flag of the old 64th Regiment, New York Volunteers, In which regiment Hi Heary fought the battles of his country and won a record for his bravery. The presentation was made by his old war commander, Col. T. J. Parker, escorted by the Derby Post, G. A. E., 'So. 359. Gowanda, N. Y., of which Hi Henry is a comrade. Mr. Henry proposes to carry this old battle flag while on parade with his fine company and most excellent band. Amusement lovers should not forget the appearance of this standard attraction at Dolan's opera house on Wednesday May 18th. The Weather. Warmer with Increasing cloudiness tonight: Wednesday showers and warmer. ' HAVR--- You been around yet to see JACOB HERZ'S line of Spring Suits, etc? li you have not, call .at all the tailor establishments in the city, and then go and see his prices and if you cannot be suited,then it is because you don't want to buy,as he has all the Novelties such as STRIPES, CHECKS, A kind invitation extended to all. Youis truly, Etc. 3ACOB HERZ. SEE OUR DISPLAY OF Spring Suitings! An Exhibition of Choicest Woolens and Novelties. JOHN OARROLL. The Tailor 12.22 Broadway. Lumber, Lafii, -Shingles, Easfi, Doors, Blinds, (ftoiilijinjx and Ladders. CHEAPER THAN EVER. THOMPSON LUMBER CO. Sixth and High Sts. Main Office OF THRHTJB, 3O9 Market St. Philadelphia Pa- Owing to the critical time in tbe eastern markets—we have today shippad to your store. 500 suits to sell from 15.00 to 110.00 per suit, fully worth 50 per cent, more. THEY ARE HERE. And go on sale Saturday May 7th—they come direct from our factory, and we think this a very lucky deal—and are glad to share onr luck with you —Is"o 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 yon 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 rJElICE. We leave the decision to your own judgement, f#r your eyes cannot deceive you. CHILDREN'S SUITS years Knee From the reliable sort, from $1.50 up, ages 3 to 15 Pants suits. The beat 25c Underwear in the city of Logansport. The best Soft Shirt with extra caffs—Soft Shirts with collars to them - SO Our space will "not permit of any other mention,bnt ask yon to call at The Hub if yon want |1.25 , worth of goods for - - . - - - .- $1QX)O THE HUB. Harry Frank's Old Stand, Fourth St.

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