Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on May 26, 1898 · Page 24
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 24

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DAIL YJPHAHOS THURSDAY, MAY 26, 1898. QITVIMB.WS. "Bargain Friday" tomorrow, Stylish suits, Hooley, the tailor. Pat Dunn's grocery 425 Third St. Fresh fish et Rothermel's Friday. No business io the mayor's court this morning. Read the Bae Hive's "Bargain Friday ad—fir*t page. White P. K. suits, skirts and jack ets—Trade Palace. Henry Heiden, sr., is convalescing from ft long illness. Ironing boards, Friday and Satur day, 50c—Trade Palace. Coleut. daisies and pansles, thre for 10 cents, at Newby's. George Spangler, an attorney o Winamac, was here today. Julius Rowley, of Rochester, wa In the city today on business, 75c men's shoe soling and heels.— Fred 8tueber, 314 Pearl street. The New Otto specialties, $1 shir waists, sailor collar, 50c. See ad. Mrs, Eli Greensfelder i» entertain Ing Mrs. Levl Oppenheimer, of La f ayette. II buys our regular SI.50 split straw sailor, In all black and blue.— Bee Hive. Mr. and Mrs. Collins gave a church social at their home on Miami street last night. S. M. Velsey has so far recovered from his recent Illness as to be able to ride about. Albert Banta.of McPherson. Kan., who visited here Cor several days, has returned home. Henry Sehrirnp, the expert butcher has taken a position with Davis & Oo., on Third street. Edith Jamison, of Peru, was in the city yesterday visiting friends. She returned home today. See the New Otto dummies. They are all clothed In 15.98 suits, and they are swell dressers. Msss Jessie Herring, of 1706 High street, returned from an extended visit in New York Oity. See the new shirt waists just received, all this season's style, from 39c to 11.93—Trade Palace. The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Willis Bishop, of Miami street, is recovering from a severe illness. Charles Glbbs was taken to the Jeffersonvllle reformatory today by Deputy Sherlfl Charles Kreider. Corn planting has been resumed again throughout this county. The rains set farm work back a week. Tae public schools having closed for the year, teachers and pupils will now enjoy a three months' vacation. William Sine, of Fort Russel, Wyoming, formerly of this city, was elected corporal of the cavalry troops. LaPearl's circus will use the Kennedy grounds on the Westside tomorrow, the same as Wallace's show exhibited on. Only 15.98, while they last, those swell suits represented on the dummies at the New Otto; also Grand Army suits. Ed Maurer, traveling salesman for the P. Sullivan shoe company,of Cln cinnati, was lu the city today, calling on his trade. A residence at Idavllle, belonging to Mrs. Susie Haak, of 501 Fitch street, this city, burned Monday. The building was insured for »350. Tomorrow and Saturday fancy chocked ribbon, Nos. 40 and 60, only I9c; 11.50 laoes 35c, and oOc .leather and silk belts, 10c;12c organdy lawns only 6}c—Trade Palace, The United Workers of the Broadway M. E. church will meet at the home of Mrs. Joseph Whinnery, No. 336 Twelfth street, tomorrow (Friday) afternoon, at 2:30 o'clock. Arthur Keesllng, who lately went to the military camp at Chlcicamauga, Ga., will remain there and accompany the troops to Cuba, He will act as correspondent for the Indianapolis News and Logansport Journal. DEFEAT Oi Cevera Means Spanish Revoln= lion. Such Are the Advices London Sources. From PLAJfS- ADOPTED Also Stated That the Queeo Regent Refuses to Leave the Capital. All is Quiet Along the Blockade Line—The Oregon Arrived at Key West. Special to tb* Fbaro*. Kay West. May 26,—All is quiet along the blockade line. The Oregon and Marietta have arrived. Madrid, May 26.—A Havana dispatch says that twelve American war ships made a demonstration off Cienfuegos Wednesday. London, May 26.—A Madrid dis- jatoh says a revolution will follow the defeat of the Spanish fleet. The queen regent refuses to fly from the capital. Calcutta, May 26.—The captain and fifty-two others on the British teamer Mecca were lost by a col- ission with the steamer Lindula on Tuesday, near Sands Head. For the Cicatt Street School BaiW lag. The board of city school trustee; met last night and adopted the plan of Alexander & Son, of Lafayette fora school building to be erected on Cicott street. The building will be of brick, twc stories and a basement and contain eight assembly rooms, principal's room and a teacher's retiring room A drawing of the building will be placed on eihlbition within the nex few days. On account of the effect it mlghl have-upon contractors, the probabli cost of the building is not made known. The board says, however that it will be the finest building o its size yet erected in the city. COMPANY M Has Plenty ef Water—So Says Frank Barkit. LYTLE, Ga., May 25, 1898. Editors Pharos:—The Fourth regl ment received uniforms yesterday and will get guns soon. Two man are sick In company M, but not serious. The weather is fine. I see some papers claim we have very little water here. This Is cot true. We have plenty of water and plenty of food, FRANK BUEKIT. FOOBTH OP JULY St. Johns, N. F., May 2fi,—An unknown steamer is ashore thirty miles outh of here, and is probably a total wreck. THE JUKUKTS TODAY. Ex- Rewired l>j Wire at Erbangh's change, North and Fifth. Ohloago, May 20—Wheat— May opened at 11.70: closed at 11.75. July, opened, $1.13; closed at $1.10. Corn — July, opened at 34c; closed at 33Jc. Oats—July, opened at 24jc; closed 24jo. Pork—July, opened, $11.95; closed at f 11.75. Hogs—Mixed, $i.25@4.45; heavy, $4.30@4,45; rough, $4.05@4.20: light, $3.75(3)4.20. Receipts today, 31,000. Estimated receipts for tomorrow, 26,000. Cattle—Receipts 1,500. Receipts of sheep, 11,000. Toledo, O.,May 26—Wheat—Gash, opened *l.42; closed at $1.39. July, openad, $1.07; closed, I1.04J. Oall on Madame Larlne, 129,Osage street for the truest way of telling your fortune by Riving initials of jour future companion, Price 25 and 50 cents. Satasta is Still Confident. New York, May 26—A special rom Madrid to the New York Joural says: Premier Sagasta today made the ollowing statement: "Combats between the rival squad- ons are now impossible, nor is it robable they will occur in the near utura. All rumors to the contrary re unfounded. "The squadron will remain at San- iago cleaning the hulls of the ships and leisurely coaling. Everything is being carried out in obedience to a well-conceived plan. "If the Americans intend to invade Cuba we shall then fight on land and sea. We can await events calmly." A Forward Movement. New York, May 26—A special to the Tribune from Washington says: Extraordinary activity in the war and navy departments gives every indication of important and immediate developments in the conduct of the war, while an unusual secrecy serves to strengthen the Impression that prompt and energetic action along the whole line in the West Indies has become a question of hours rather than days. Rumors too definite to be ignored, but impossible of official authentication, explain the remarkable hurry and bustle as due to the president's determination to have Porto Rico occupied by American soldiers without further delay. The troops which had been concentrated at gulf ports for the invasion of Cuba are to em- barK Immediately on the twenty transports which have been secured and, under convoy of Admiral Sampson's squadron, be sent at once to seize San Juan, de Porto Rico, and establish a permanent colonial government in the island similar to that which General Merrltt is to inaugurate in the Philippines. It is said that the events of the last few days In Cuba,culmlnatingln the tying up of Cervera's fleet and the severing of cable communication between the colonies and Madrid, give every assurance of the speedy col- apse of the Spanish resistance, and that the United States nad awakened to the necessity of actually posses sing Porto Rico before the end comes. That Island and the Philippines are ooked on as an essential recompense to the United States for Its expensive intervention in behalf of Cuba, and the fear has arisen that unless they are actually secured before Cuba falls embarassing complications, leading possibly to grave troubles with European power, might not be avoided. Should be Properly Observed Here- Help Boom the Celebration. Several citizens have started the Fourth of July celebration matter and should receive encouragement. Nearly every town in the state is arranging to give some kind of demonstration. Particularly should the day be observed here on account of the present trouble with Spain, and there should be enough patriotism in everyone to lend a little assistance in making up a good programme. Sunday School Convention. A Sunday s chool convention will be held at the Twelve Mile Christian church on the first Sunday in June at '2 p. m. The topics assigned are as follows: "Wtiat can we do to build up the Sabbath school and what will we do."—Mr, F-d Thomas. "Why should the officers and teachers of the Sunday school always be present?"—Rev. J. E. Vance. "How can we get and keep the young men In the Sunday school?"— Prof. W. C. Perry. ; "Why not all church members attend tne Sunday school"—B, F. Campbell. Songs and recitations from each church will be mingled with these topics. All are invited to come, By order of committee. CO •S'TIXUED- ANOTHER WEEK—THE GOLDEN RULE'S GRAND MAY SAL E. M Vn« 1UU Awflv AWOy Last week you certainly ought to come now as it i t jj e greatest sale ever given by The Golden Rule. kit A If VAM Cant ft Last week you'll certainly want to come again. Many AllU 11 lull UtlllC new lines added to this week's sale. All new—are no little stringy variety either. Our low prices made last week one of the busiest we ever had. Schmitt & Heiniy- Every day .Brings S -unetMng JS r ew in Shoes See the latest colors in Magennta, Gray, Tan and Olive colors.The handsomest colors and most Exquisite 1 Styles imaginable, beautifully designed and something J quite different from those you have ever seen. Equally as handsome in Misses' and Children's Shoes SEE Tip. Stevenson & Klinsick. 403 Broadway. HAVE--- You. been around yet- to see JACOB HERZ'S line of. Spring Suits, etc? It 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 vrant to buy,as he has all the Novelties such as STRIPES, CHECKS, Etc. A kind invitation extended to all. Youis truly, 3ACOB HERZ. SEE OUR DISPLAY OF Spring Suitings! An Exhibition of Choicest Woolens and Novelties. A Rnnawav, Dr. B.C. Stevens' dun horse ran away at Murdock Place this morning, wrecking the buggy. The doctor went up there to see a carpenter, at work on tne dwelling house being erected by A. J. , Murdock. He was accompanied by his nelce, Miss Jackson, and left the horse In her charge. During his absence the horse got tangled up some way in the lines and upset the buggy, Miss Jackson alighted on her feet, uninjured, and after getting free -from the buggy the horse stopped and when captureed did not appear the least bit excited. YOU /ike to see nice laundry work, don't ou? You like to have your linen eturned looking clean, waits aud legant. Then send It to Marshall's Laundry. 60S Broadway, nd we guarantee you will be satisfied. Call up 'phone 110 and our wagon will call for your work. SCRAPS OF NEWS. Relating, to Railroads and plojes. Their Em Attention, St. Matthew Comminderj, K. of St. J. You are hereby ordered to report at armory on Thursday and Friday evenings, May 26 and 27, at 8 o'clock sharp, in fatigue uniform, to prepare for Decoration day.—John E. Fox, Captain. Suit Filed. George W. Walters, the attorney, has brought suit for Jas. G-. Small and Daniel Vanaman against Jos. M. Allen, to foreclose a mortgage. School Picnic. The last half-year pupils of the high schools are at Pipe Creek Falls today picnicing. A PURE GKAPC CREAK OF TARTAR DRr CREAM BAKING Awarded Highest Honors, World's Fair Gold Medal, Midwinter Fair Thomas King, of the Panhandle trainmaster's office, was at Marion on company 'easiness yesterday. The Wabash company announces another postponement of the date of putting its summer time card Into effect. It will be on Sunday, June 5th. The National Association of Railway Agents will hold its annual convention in Buffalo, July 20, 21 and 22. At this convention an effort will be made to Induce the New England association to consolidate with the national. The railroad commission of Michigan has decided that switching charges and rentals of tracks and switches must be reported by railroad companies as a pari of the gross earnings for taxation, This ruling will increase the taxes of railroads materially. On June 6th a monster meeting will be held in Philadelphia of representatives of the railway organizations of the United States. Present indications are that there will be In attendance 5,000 railroad men. This will be the first mass meeting held in years, and the following railway ord'ers will attend: Locomotive Engineers, Locomotive Firemen, Order of Railway Conductors, Order of Kail- way Trainmen and Order of Railway Telegraphers. A Narrow Escape. Albert and Guy Hanawalt.employes of the Headlee sawmill, had a narrow escape from death. They were standing o'n a pile of lumber which started to fall and both were thrown in front of the buzz saw. Albert's right arm was badly injured and had to be amputated, while the brother was Internally injured by the falling lumber. JOHN OARROLLx The Tailor 1222 Broadway Lath, Easti, Doors, Blinds, and Ladders. CHEAPER THAN EVER. THOMPSON LUMBER CO. Sixth, and High Sts. Fifty-Fourth Ajmiversav. Tuesday was the fifty-fourth anniversary ol the sending of the first telegraphic message. That message was transmitted from Washington to Baltimore at 10 o'clock on the morn- ng of May 24, 18-14. It was sent by Samuel Flnley Breeze Morsa, the in- tentor of the magneto-electric telegraph, i MEN'S SUITS $5.00. Tomorrow we can place on sale four lots of Men's Suits at l5.00.Thej'ie serviceable patterns, color fast, nice fitting and subitantully lined and trimmed. No more than 300 suits altogether, so you'd better come the first thing in the morning. We challenge the world to meet thti above price, and we have no tear that our challenge will be accepted. "Marvelous how we can do it."—sny you. Not a bit. Ours are boneit price*—for honest clothing. ."The Hub" Is as famous for high qualltj aa for lowest prices. Our specials, $5, $6, 97.50 and S10 suits for this week should keep our store crowded with ouyers. Mothers you must not overlook our Children's Parlor—Knee PanU SulU from 11.50 and upwards—and always a saving from 50c to «1.00 over what others will charge you. HATS. Were never so cheap as they are here now—$1, ti.50,12 and 12.50 tha best the world can produc at $3.00, all styles, Fedoras and Stiff HaW—In latest colorings and shapes. UNDERWEAR. When we tell you that you can buy the best suit of undewemr for 50a in the world—it Is so because— : 'The Hub" says it is. ShirtsYnd Drawer* to match. A SHIRT TALK. Here is where nobody can toach as—soft shirts 50c made in three different ways—to wear with white collars, extra cuffs—some with collars and cuffs ou 'em—some witn collars and cuffs attached, bat 2 separate collara witb 'em. ALL FOR FIFTY CENTS. Our fine line of shirts is superior to anything in Loganiport—and price* more reasonable. Our space does not permit us to enumerate other •peo- ial bargains for this week—so we invite everybody to call at THE HUB- Harry Frank's Old Stand. 513 Fourth St.

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