Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on May 18, 1898 · Page 24
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 24

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DAILYJPHABOS 15 bars laundry soap 25c—Traut. Hooley, the tailor, can please you 10 cakes Royal soap 25c, Kothermel. Girl wanted at 1218 Market street. Fresh vegetables at P. P. Dunn's. Good potatoes 73c bushel-Traut To E. B. LaDow and wife, of Liberty street, a son. Insect sprayers and bug finish at I N. Crawford's. 'special—6 ft. step ladder tomorrow 39 0 __Traae Palace. Capt. S. A. Vaughn's list of recruits now number 101. There were no ofle'nders in the police court this morning. flolbruner & Uhl will save you money on buggies and harness. j c Blacklidge, the attorney, of Kokomo, was in the city today. 81 75 umbrellas with fancy handles tomorrow $1.26.-Trade Palace. Supper at the rink this evening, 15 cents at St. Joseph's hospital bazaar. Henry Hurst, the mall carrier, Is enjoying a vacation of fifteen days. Veal and lamb, Botbermel's Bast- end, also meat market, rear grocery. 0 W Graves has had a handsome new tile floor put in the doorway of Still Hiding in South= era Waters. Report That it Has Reached Sao Juan Sounds Fishy. The Battleship Oregon is Reported Safe With Samp>_ son's Fleet. M yan and wife, of Delphi, was here yesterday visiting friends «nd relatives. Fresh and salt meats, the beat the market aftords-Davis & Co., 319 Third street . Miss Mae Plttman has returned Trom Indianapolis where she visited friends over Sunday. Mm W S. Wlrick, of the Eastend, lett Stoy'for a two weeks' visit with old friends at Madison, Ind. Mrs. Mary Dewenter, ol Lafayette, is in the city lor a short visit with n- Active Preparations For an Early Invasion of Cuba Being Made. Happened Sereral Days Ago. Special to the Pharoa. A Havana dispatch from Spanish sources says that tbe Americans were repulsed in an attempt to land troops at Cabanas, Cuba. The cable at Santiago, Cuba, is to be cut, as a step in the direction of isolating General Blanco. How Did It Set There? KeyWeit, May 18.-A. report is current here that the Spanish fleet has arrived at San Juan, Porto Blco. SOLDIERS Moring Kipldly to the South and East. The Illinois and Wisconsin National Guards Pass Throngh to- gansport. Three train loads of the Illinois National Guard passed through Logansport between 7 and 8 o'clock this morning en route from Springfield, Ills., to Washington. At Defiance, Ohio, the trains were transferred to tbe Baltimore and Ohio road. C.Z.Irvine, a brother of N. A. Irvine, of the Panhandle offices, is a member of Company H, Illinois National Guard, and the latter was at the Wabash station this morning when the trains went through. He had a well-filled lunch basket for his brother. WISCONSIN TROOPS Three train loads of the Wisconsin National Guard will pass through Logansport at 8:30 tonight over the Panhandle en route south. Thre train crews were sent from Logansport to Chicago today to bring the trains to this city. Grand May Sale, -ATTHE GOLDEN RULE. Without Comparison, nothing to be equal it ever attempted in the city Bargains that are bargains. Profits entirely .gnored. Pnces cut to the lowest. The purchasing power of the dollar was never as great. Goods marked in plam c „ r»,,o -,i-iV*» fn ail. Come today. figures. One price to all. Come today. You are Never Disappointed Here SCHMITT & HEINLY. SCKA.FS OF SEWS. her sons, and Herman Dewen tC Ml S s Mame Guthrie has returned to hr home In Wisconsin, after via. iting her cousin, Mrs. John M.John- ston. . .„ Henry Voss, sr., Is preparing to erec a handsome residence In Ste n- Lrt& Voss' addition on the Sorth- w M/Smlth, who has been employed by Powlen, the grocer has accepted a similar position with J. J. ^ffMUaoldsberry and Harris are in Indianapolis as Purity lodge, B. of E. assembly May 16th. will deliver delegates of to the grand Washington, May 18.—The battleship Oregon is believed to have safely joined Sampson's fleet near the island of Jamaica. The Gathering Storm. Washington, May 18.-Complete arrangements have BOW been made to strengthen the blockade at all points along the southern coast of Cuba. Scouts are circling all possible paths of the Spanish fleet. Orders have been issued directing the concentration of troops prepara- immediate invasion of alec- tory to the Cuba. The battleship Alabama launched this afternoon. was will be- "The Manly Man." Trombone solo by Prof. Jos. Bern- DU30 h, vocal solo by Will McKee.and a, musical programme by Stelnhart s .orchestra at the rink this evening. Admission 10 cents. Logansport Typographical union No 196 will meets Friday evening at Trades Assembly hall. A lull attendance is desired. Election of officers for the ensuing year will take place. A special quartette, composed of Mr8 J. B. Shultz, Mr». E. B. Me- Oonnell, Mr. Eobert Humphreys and Mr W, fl. Harrison will sing at the St. Joseph's hospital bazaar Thursday evening. Mrs E. Schmitt and daughter Lulu returned last night from Hot Springs, Ark. Mrs. S. brings the information that Sheriff Homburg, who *— ^__-,w Without a Fight. Hongkong, May 18.-0wing to the close blockade and the famine that now prevails it is expected Manila will soon capitulate. that Tornado in Kansas. The town of Cunningham, Kansas, was tornado swept, destroying nearly all houses. No one reported killed. Relating to Railroads and Their Em- ployes. C, H. Walton went to Chicago this morning. J J. Turner, general manager of the Vandalia lines, is spending a few days at Mackinac. The elevator of the Pennsylvania company, just completed at the South Chicago yards, is said to be the most modern and best equipped in th:s country. The American Express company has declared a semi-annual dividend of »3 per share, payable July 1. The Adams Express company has declared a semi-annual dividend of *2 per share. The Pennsylvania and Ohio railroad company Is securing; the right of way to build a road from Ashtabula to Painesville, Ohio, expecting to get the road built to run trains over within twelve months. Frank Price, foreman of the Panhandle round house at Columbus, 0., wiio enlisted in an Ohio regiment, was presented on Monday night with a eold watch and chain by his associates in service, the engineers and firemen sharing in Its purchase. The Pennsylvania company, it is stated by a Columbus paper, is planning for toe removal of its Fifty-first street freight yards in Chicago across the Indiana state line to Berry Lake. The company has an opition on sixty acres of land' at that place for 175,000 which expires July 1. R, B Richardson, chief clerk of the superintendent of the Indianapolis division of the Pennsylvania lines, and also chief clerk of the master of transportation of the state of Indiana, deserves much credit, say the military officials, for the ability he has shown in moving the Indiana troopa. __ 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 110 and our wagon will call for your work. CHICAGO MIBKETS. has been at the springs but a is greatly Improved in health. week, IK* v«*« 4 / •»•-£*•» •A team of twelve picked men from St Matthew's commandery, Knights of St John, under the direction of Captain Fox, will give a zouave irlll in fn.ll zouave costume at the rink Thursday evening at 9:15. Admission 10 cents. Philosophers take things as they come. Good housekeepers take the beet that's to be had -when the price la no barrier. When you see Fox's XXXX Square Wafer Butter Crackers on'a woman's grocery list, make up your mind she sets a good table. H Rcse of San Antonio, Spain, is in the city. He visits Logansport once a year in the interest of a cork company at San Antonio. He is a polished gentleman, and studiously avoids any reference to tbe trouble between his country and the United Quite a number of invitations have been received here to the commencement exercises of the Indiana Law school, University of Indianapolis, to b&heldat the Grand opera house. F. W. Schneeberger, son of Mr. and Mrs. M. Sohneeberger, of this city, will graduate. A number of dally newspapers Marlon last evening and organized an association named "The Associated Dailies of Indiana. " The objects are to secure better telegraph and telephone news service ana to generally further the interests of the small dallies The following officers were elected: President, C. H. Bundy, Marlon Hews; secretary, H. E. Henderson, Kokomo Dispatch; treasurer, James Burk, Anderson Bulletin. _ Can He Get Them? It is reported that Major Steele has the pins set to capture a few delegates from Cass county to the congressional convention, to be hald in this city next Tuesday. The congressman's friends say that he wants a few votes from every county in the district to prove that his services have been satisfactory to all his constituents. It Is reported that he has all plans laid to capture at least five delegates from **'« the this OU 1O(»01/ " ' « D— ^^ county, and it would be well for McConnell's friends to watch the postmasters. __ Birthday Surprise. Joe Troutman, a well known citizen and popular salesman at the Golden Rule dry goods house, had a birthday yesterday, and was so reminded in the evening by a large crowd of friends, who gave him a delightful surprise. They called In a body at his home on Osage street In the evening. The guests, numbering between fifty and sixty, took •possession of the house and proceeded to have a good time. They went further and served an elegant lunch. the publishers of In Indiana met at Mi Henrj as a Soldier. Mr. Hi Henry, proprietor of famous Hi Henry minstrels, is an old army comrade and veteran of the war of '62, and carries with him the old tattered battle flag of bis regiment the 64th N. Y. Vols. This flag was recently presented to Hi Henry by his old war commander, Col, T. J. Parser, now far advanced in years, and Hi being the youngest still living of the old 64th,the relio has been confided to him to keep for life and to bestow upon some successor. It is needless to add that Mr. Henry highly appreciates this gift, and he displayed the old flag during their parade at noon today. This evening Mr. Henry's popular minstrels will appear at Dolan's opera house, and the opera house should be crowded at the very low admissions ottered, 25, 35 and 50 cents. The Elks. Eegular meeting tomorrow night of Logansport lodge No. 66, B. P, O. Elks. A full attendance is desired. After the session of the lodge the members will proceed to tbe rink in a body. D. . A MIDDLETON. Sec'y. Received Dally by A. M. EbBiigh, at the Corner of Sorth and Fifth Streets. Chicago, May 18, 1898, Wheat—May opened at il.43; high, 11.50; low, 11-40; closed at Wheat-July, opened,«l.07@l.06* high, »1.07i; low, 1.05; closed at Corn—For July, opened at 35|c; high, 36Jc; low, 36c; closed at Oats—For July, opened at 26Jc; high, 26fc; low, 26o;, closed at °'6c " fork—For July, opened, 112.00; high. $12 30; low, M2.12; closed at $12.27. ' . Receipts of hogs 57,000 bead. Estimated receipts tomorrow,——Mixed, I4.25@4.60; heavy, «4 50 @4.70; rough, f4.20@4.50; light, I4.10@4.50. Open weak to 10 cents 10 Becelpts of cattlB, 7,000. Sheep, 20,000. Curb, (Sept.) 88fc pits (Sept.) 86 J; calls (Sept.) 99f|-o. Toledo, O., May. IS. Wheat-Cash, opened $1.48*; closed Lt Wheat-July, opened, $1.06; closed at 81.04i, LOCAL GRAIN MARKET . The following Is the price paid for grain in the local market today as reported by W. E. Hurd: Wheat, U.20: corn, 32c; oats, 2<c, clover seed. $2.25. HAVE--- You been around yet to see JACOB HERZ'S line of Sprint Suits, etc? It you have not, call at all the tailor establishments in the city, and then go and see Ms prices and if you canuot be suited,then it is because you don't want to buy,as he has all the Novelties such as STRIPES, CHECKS, Etc. A kind imvitation extended to all. Yours truly, 3ACOB HERZ. SEE OUR DISPLAY OF Spring Suitings! An Exhibition of Choicest Woolens and Novelties. JOHN OARROLLx The Tailor I222 Broadway. Lumber, Lath, Shinjlex, Doors, Blinds, is and Ladders. > CHEAPER THAN EVER. : , ' '""'I THOMPSON LUMBER CO. Sixth, and High. Sts. OUR BOIS THERE. Reach Chicksmauga Safely Yesterday Afternoon. Captain Bender's company with the 160th Beglment reached Chattanooga Tuesday night and were forced to spend the night on board the cars. They reached tbe camp grounds at Ohickamauga today. Their regiment went south by way of Cincinnati, over the Queen & Crescent road, and although they left Indianapolis after the 158th Eegiment they reached Chattanooga first. Their train was run in three sections, and it got through without delay or accident. Death of Michael Powlen. Micaae; Powlen died yesterday afternoon at 1:15 at bis home in Jefferson township, aged 62 years. He leaves a wife and eight children to Main Office "" Regulars En Route. A passenger coach, containing quite a number of regular army soldiers, was attached to the train which passed through here 1;15 p. m. today. They were from Minneapolis and were en route to Atlanta, Ga. Sotlce. There will be a regular meeting of the W. 0. T. U. held tomorrow afternoon at 2:30 at the Waeatland street M. E. church'. Notice. Regular meeting of Court Laurel Ho. 2, C. of I. O. F., Thursday, May 19th.— Alice McGowen, C, C.; E. L. Briggs, C. S. A rune 6R»" CRCAH or TARTAR POWOM mourn his death. Cass county for 37 Owing to the critical time in the eastern day shippad to your store, 500 suits to sell from suit, fully -worth 50 per cent more. $10.00 per THEY ARE HEBE. CREAM Mrs. G. M. Cordell will return this evening from an extended visit in 11 inols. ^^^^^ .^M^- ^ •* H POWDER Awarded Highest Honors, World's Fair Gold Medal, Midwinter Fair. afternoon from the church.The funeral If^UH —-" — He has resided in vears. He was v>aaa uu"-""j ••*well known to the public and was a niebly respected citizen. Three of his sons live here, D. W., George and Jesse Powlen. The iunenl will be held tomorrow Common Center cortege will leave the bouse at l o'clock. Interment will be made in the Kline cemetery. Large Importation. Col Robert Kreuzberger received today bis largest importation of wines from France and Germany. The duty amounted to 12,200. The shipment includes ten casks of 350 gaUons each; eight casks of ninety gallons each eleven casks of sixty gallons each, and twenty-five cases The large casks, when empty, cost «40 of Kreuzberger Is one HO...— importers of High wines in tbe United States, fame is spreading year by - And go on safe Saturday May 7th-they come direct from our factory, and we think this a very lucky deal_and are glad to share our hit with you -So shoddy advertised as baits but a stock of OB finest and most cleverly gotten up garments ever shown here or etoe- where. Made in our factory-which means a saving of SD per cent to YOU at the start. Visit any clothing store you like, then come here and compare the difference of the fabrics, the tnm, the beauty of tt and the PPJCE. We leave the decision to your own judgement, tor your eyes cannot deceive you. ^ CHILDREN'S SUITS From the reliable sort ; from §1.50 up, ages 3 to 15 ysars Knee Pants suits. The best 25c Underwear in the city of Logansport. The best Soft Shirt with extra cuffs—Soft Shirts with collars to them Our space will not permit of any other mention,bnt ask you to call at The Hub if yon want J 1 - 25 worth of goods for - g>lO.OvJ THE HUB- Harry Frank's Old Stand *I3 Fourth St

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