Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on May 30, 1898 · Page 8
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 8

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^AILYPHAEOS MONDAY, MAY 30, 1893. OITY NRWS. Mike Welch Is ID Chicago, Stylish suits, Hooley, the tailor. Strawberries,Rothermel's this Eve. Fred Rauch spent Sunday In the city.' Walter Hilton of Plymouth is ia the city. Stuart Frazee went to Chicago Saturday. The barber shops were closed at noon today. G. W. Patterson, of Danville, III., Sundaved here. Dr. John W. Talbott, of Indianapolis, was here yesterday. Charles Stewart, of Kokomo, is in the city visiting his parents. 75c men's shoe soling and heels.— Fred Stueber, 314 Pear! street. Mrs. Mary Biggins, of Marlon, is visiting M. R. Frazee and family. Mrs. DeMuthand son, of Hunt- Ington, are visiting Logansport relatives. Charles Fohrer has hud an ornamented partition placed In his sample room. Daniel Mader and John Carroll made the new uniforms for the police force. Miss Esther McGovern has gone to Chicago to spend the summer with relatives. • Wanted—A good girl for general housework. No washing. Enquire at this office. . John Meehan, sr., of Noblesvllie, is home to spend Decoration day with his family. Mr. Will Cluggtsh, of Newcastle, spent Sunday here, the guest of Miss Amelia Strecker. Adam Felker, publisher of the Lebanon Daily Reporter, and family, are Visiting In the city. Lost, white top female poodle, clipped except, ears. Liberal reward lor return to 310 Market street. i Attend the pupils' recital at the Broadway M. E. church Tuesday evening. Admission ten cents. i Mrs. Harper and Miss King, of Goodland, Ind., are visiting A. P. Jenka and family 114 Ninth street. Harry Thompson and wife, of Wellsville, Ohio, are here visiting the former's mother on east Market street. Rev. Tlrmenstein Is at Delphi. Pentecost Monday is being celebrated today and Rev. Tirnienstein occupied a pulpit there. .Thomas Oronln, of the firm of Oronln & Girton, Chicago lawyers, was in the city today. Thomas read law with Nelson & Myers, ,;Nq pains will be spared to make the recital at the Broadway M. E, church tomorrow evening a delightful affair. Admission ten cents. Among the visitors from Peru yesterday were Walter and George Sullivan, Frank Watkins, Judson McCarty, Michael Long and Frank Russell. Mr. J. H. Miller, the violinist, of Chicago, will accept a number of pupils. Those wishing to arrange with him may address Graves' bookstore. In another column of this paper full particulars are given regarding the two-dollar excursion to Milwaukee June 4th. Train leaves Vandalia station at 8 p. m. Will Butterwortb fs down from Chicago, visiting his parents. He will return tonight, having been per- mauentlj employed by the Inter- ttonal Chorespondence school as bookkeeper. . Judge J. 0. Nelson and G. W. Funk went ti Columbus, O., today, to take the deposition of John F. Johnson in the case of Uhl against the State National bank, which will be called at Peru on the 6th. , The young ladies of the German ^-Lutheran church have shown their patriotism by purchasing a large and handsome American flag, which was fllung to the breeze today at the German Lutheran school building. Especially adapted for railroad men—new patent overalls and jump«8, the most practical thing of the kind—The Lightning jumpers and overalls. Stop in and ask to see them at the Trade Palacs. Price »2 a suit. L. S Purcell has received a letter from his son Harry announcing his safe arrival at Las Vegas, N. M. It was dated Wednesday, May 25th, and said that he was feeling much better, considering the short time he had been in that climate. A pound of facts Is worth a ton of theories. Thousands upon thousands of people prefer Fox's XXXX Square Wafer Butter Crackers, be- csuse they have found them best, notwithstanding the high-sounding bat empty promises of imitator;. George S. Kistler was the orginal attorney for the plaintiff in the suit of Thomas Mahoney, administrator of the estate of O. P. J. Romloh against the Panhandle railroad company, decided at Kokomo last week. The Pharos unintentionally omitted his name from the list of attorneys. Spanish Fleet Safe in Santiago Harbor. Invasion of Cuba Expected to Begin Within the Next Twenty-four Hours. British Sleamer Captured. Special to th» Plutro*. Key West. May 30.—Ths British steamer Restormal was brought into port here thlo morning by a prize crew from the St. Paul. The vessel was captured by the cruiser St, Paul while trying to enter Santiago de Cuba harbor with a cargo of coal. Inrasiun Is Near at Hand. New York, May 30.—A Journal bulletin says it is understood at the war department in Washington that an invasion of Cuba wtthln twenty- four hours is probable, now that Cervera IB surely shut In at Santiago. Treaty Clause Is Signed. New York, May 30.--The Herald's correspondent at Rio Janeiro seuda word that United States Minister Bryan and the Brazilian minister of foreign affair; have signed the supplementary clause to the extradition treaty between Brazil and the United States. MESORUL SERVICES tfeld Last Evening at the Various (JhBrches. Services appropriate to Memorial day were held yesterday as follows: Rev. H. C. Kendrlck, pastor of the Ninth street Christian church, preached to the G, A R., Ladies of the G. A. R. and Woman's Relief iorps at 11 a. m., his suoject being "Names TaatLtve." At 11 a. m. Rev. W. E. Beider- wolf, pastor of'the Broadway Presbyterian church, preached to a large audience. It was an eloquent and patriotic effort. Judge Baldwin addressed a large. audience at the Market street M. E. chuich in the evening. His subject was: "Our Soldiers and Our Country; Present, Past and Future." R11LROAU BREVITIES. Short Hems cf Interest Gathered From Many Sources. The railroad shops and offices were closed today. All local freight trains were abandoned. A slight mix-up occurred Saturday, in which aa engine was damaged to some extent. No one was injured. The Western Passenger Association has made final arrangements for rates to the G. A, R. encampment. The lines agreed that In all territory where two or more roads compete for the business ihe rate should be fixed at a single fare for the round trip. In non-competitive territory the original rate of .a fare, plus 12, will stand. KIXDEK6ARTEN Will Have Commencement Exercises Tonight. The management of the kindergarten school have announced the commencement exercises which are to be held this evening at the Broad way rink. A programme will be carried out by the children, and an admission fee of 10 cents will be charged. Valley House Failed, The valley house, near the Wabash station was pulled Saturday night by Policemen Morris,Burch and Graham. May Joy, who conducts the place, Stella Roe. Hannah Dicer, and Alice Smith, together with John Doe, Richard Roe and Jeff Davis were taken. All settled with the exception of Alice Smith, who plead not guilty to the charge of prostitution, aad she will be given a trial at 2 p. m. tomorrow. . Electric Light Committee Seelins. The electric light committee will hold regular meetings every Monday night in the council chamber open to the public. Special invitation extended to the mayor and other members of the council. H..D. HATTEKY, Chairman Electric L'.ght Com. M. Brunswick, ot Indianapolis, Is a guest or' Rothschild Bros., the clothiers. . BASE BALL. The HnntiBrfon Clnb Outclassed—Two Games Today, The Logansports had little trouble to defeat the Huntlngtons yesterday afternoon. The visitors were clearly outclassed in every particular. The score was 14 to 6. TWO GAMES TODAY. Two games of base ball were booked for the Driving park this afternoon between the Logansports and Keystones, of Chicago. COMPACT 31 Will be Increased to 106 Men—Capt. Bender or His Llentenanl Will Return. Capt. Bender or Lieut. Dunn will arrive here in a few days to enlist twenty-five more men for company M. The company now numbers eignty- three and the captain has orders to make the number 106 men. A Runaway. Wm. Watson, a farmer, left, his horse and buggy hitched on Sixth street this morning. The animal became frightened and breaking away, ran down North street to Fifth, where Captain Foley succeeded in stopping it. Only one wheel of. the rig was damaged. Memorial Sermon. The members of the Grand Army marched in a body yesterday to the Ninth street Ohrisoian church to listen to a memorial sermon preached "by the Rev. .Kendrick. The Ladies of the G. A. R. and the Woman's Relief Corps also attended the services. Hand Mashed. Panhandle Switchman Stansel bai his hand .badly mashed this morning in the yards. It is thought that amputation will be necessary. LOCAL NEWS. Clay Metzker, of Plymouth,Is visiting in the city, Jacob Haas, of Winamac, Is visiting In the city. For sale^-Four draft horsei. Enquire Of H. Bunker. T, L. Young and family, of Peru, are visiting in the city. W. S. Newhall, who spent Sunday with his famlly,left for Cleveland, 0. Charles Baker and' Stella Erwin were united in aiarri ga this morning John Keller and wife left today for Kenton, Ohio, to attend the funeral of his brother's wife. Memorial service was held yesterday at St. John's church, Clinton township, by Rev. Kendrick. Eckle'Cacill and Mike Graney are again in jail. They^kicked up a row Saturday night, ard will board at hotel de Homburg for the next ten days. A memorial service will be held nexe Sunday afternoon as 2:30 a the Pisgah church in Jefferson township. D. P. McConnell will speak for the occasion. The King's Daughters will give an ice cream and cake social at the home of Mrs. John Halbernan, 1318 Smead street, Wednesday, June 1st. Everybody invlved. At this, the beginning of the excursion season, the Vandalia Line makes Its bow to the public by an- nonnclncr a *2 excursion to Milwaukee,"Wis., to leave hare next Saturday at 8 p. m. Charles Roe, John Mason, A. J. Thompson, Pat Gaffney.Pat Sullivan, Thomas Johnson, Henry Peterson, A. J Thompson and Richard Jones, were each given ten days in the county jail this morning forgetting drunk. Yesterday afternoon while the 4- jear-old daughter of George Gerilng. of Toledo street was playing about the front yard, the gite fell upon her right leg, fracturing It between the knee and hip. Dr. Barnfield was called. Mr. F. H. Cukesmlth the genial and accomplished gentleman, who was here about two months ago representing the American encyclopedic dictionary, has originated a school of salesmanship in Chicago and will devote his talents as proprietor of that institution for the future. * HIKC 0**ft C*E*« OT T»*TA* POWDM DR. CREAM BAKING POWDER Awarded Highest Honors, World's Fair Odd Medal. Midwinter Fair CONTINUED ANOTHER WEEK—THE GOLDEX ECLE'S ,; . GRAND MAY SALE, Last week you certainly ought to come now as it ia the greatest sale ever given by The Golden Rule. H V«« YOU i A W VA« Anfl II lOU All new-are no little stringy variety either. Our low prices made last week one of the busiest we ever had, Last week you'll certainly want to come again. Many new lines added to this week's sale. Schmitt & Heinly- Every day Brings S mething New in Spring Shoes See the latest colors in Magennta, Gray, Tan and Olive colors-The handsomest colors and most Exquisite Styles imaginable, beautifully designed and something quite different from those you have ever seen. Equally as handsome in Misses' and Children's Shoes SEE THE/ft. Stevenson & Klinsick. 403 Broadway. : DO YOU Want a \ GARMENT? J Come to see us, but if you want a J shoddy one we can not accommodate you, * as we do none but first class work* •Jacob-Herz. 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. LEFT HER HOME. While Delirons From Fever and Wandered About the Wc-atside. Eiu-ly isitimtay moraiug a. woman clad in a rhra wrapper and in her bare feet -vv:i* found by the police -wandering -about t.be Wesiside, From lUe lu- Yesriir.i'ri-ori wliicli followed it was learned tihar the lady was a sifter of Mrs.' .Ta-ck Orr who resiites OD Sycamore scwc and that .she bad been confined: to lier home with a severe attack of typhoid fever for some time. Her condition toad improved, however to such an extern What no one was •needed to sit up ac niffhts and the family had no doubt of findinsr the lady in her room in the morning. They were ranch -surprised when they were informed that she had left the house about rbree o'clock Saturday -morning and wa ndered about nearly two hours. in the rain. The officers; conveyed her to the home of the Orr's and it iwas feat-ed that she would suffer a complete relapse as the result ot tiie exposure. She was reported better today and is now flionj^pt to be on the rapid road to recovery. JOHX EGLIX DEAD. Death Results From Typhoid Fever Earlv This Mornins. John Eglin died this mornin«r a.f 12 o'clock at the home of his sister Mrs. Braithwait on Race street The deceased was seized wirh an attack of typhoid fever several weeks nso and for some days past has steadily .srown worse until death relieved his sufferings. •Total Eslin has been a resident of this county for many years. He made a business of farming and since his retirement from active work on his hinds, has triven his attention to the mannasement only. He owned valuable farm lands in Harrison. Bo<me and Xoble townships. Mr. E?lin was past 62 years of age. The funeral services wiH be held -at the Ninth street Christian church tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock conducted by Eev. Kendrick. Buria! ia Mt, Hope cemetery. J 409 Market St. Logansport. t»«»»»«»•••»•»*»•»«•••»»•»••»»•»»»»»•••••••••«»»•»«• SEE OUR DISPLAY OF Spring Suitings! An Exhibition of Choicest Woolens and Novelties. JOHN OARROLLx The Tailor. 1222 Broadway Lomber, Lath, Blrinjles, Sash, Doors, Blinds, and Ladders. CHEAPER THAN EVER. THOMPSON LUMBER CO. Sixth and High Sts. So Little. MEN'S SUITS $5.00. Tomorrow we can place on sale four lots of Men's SulU at •S.OO.Thej'ie serviceable patterns, color fast, nloe fitting and subttantially lined and trimmed. No more than 300 suits altogether, 10 you'd better come the first thing in the morning. We challenge the world to meet tali above price, and we have no fear that our challenge will be accepted. "Marvelous how we can do 16."—swy you. Not a bit. Ours are hone»t price*—for honest clothing. "The Hub" Is as famous for high quality M for lowwt prices. Our specials, $5, $6 r 91.50 and $iO suit* for this week should keep our store crowded with buyers. Mothers you must not overlook our Children's Parlor—Knee Panto SulU from f 1.50 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—II, li.50, 12 and 12.50 the nest the world can produc at $3".00, all styles, Fedoras and Stlfl Hat«—in litest colorlng-8 and shapes. UNDERWEAR. When we tell you that you can buy the best-suit of undewear for 50o In the world—it is so because—"The Hub" says It is. Shirt* and Drawer* to match. A SHIRT TALK. Here is where nobody can touch us—soft shirts 50c made in three different ways—to wear with white collars, extra cuffs—some with collar* and cuffs ou ! em—some with collars and cuffs attached, but 2 separate collar* with 'em. ALL FOR FIFTY CENTS. Our fine line of shirts la superior ta anything in Loganiport—and price* more reasonable. Our space does not permit us to enumerate other ipee- ial bargains for this, week—so we invite everybody to call at THE HUB. Harry Frank's Old Stand. * 13 Fourth St.

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