Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on June 10, 1896 · Page 5
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 5

Logansport, Indiana
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Wednesday, June 10, 1896
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Dunlap's .. Celebrated Hats. Silk, Stiff and Soft. CLEVELAND IS Has a Strong Lead That "Will; Stand a Number of Knocks. -Spring- Styles DEWENTER The Hatter and Furnisher. The Tucker & Sliarpe Co. -Tailors = Will Dissolve Partnership July First. Cleveland is secure m Ih-st place, fulsome days- at twist. The..Spiders-won again yesterday .Irani .the lia,i-d-hitt'Jiig Quakers and Baltimore did not .get:to play. Cincinnati last,, so tlie score-Ms very much In favor of Cleveland. Following are the resul-is of rhe. game? played yesterday: 1 • .-•••; At Philadelphia—Cleveland 0, Philn- delplilu 1. .. -. At Brooklyn—Pillslm-rg 3, Brooklyn 5. 'At Boston—St. Louis ">,. Boston 0. At New York—Cincinnati^ 4, -New York 7. Louisville had played Baltimore th'-ej [lining when the game was- called' on account ol' vain. The. Washington-Chicago ga-mo was prevented liy rain. STANDING OF THE CLUES. SPRING NECKWEAR, SPRING OVERCOATS. Clubs Cleveland 25 Baltimore 20 Cincinuatl -~ ' Won Lost PerOt. Boston 2:1 Washington ;. ,21 Brooklyn 21 Chicago 21 Pittsburg 30 New York 10 Sr. Loiios 33 Louisville 9 1.", 1.1 17 .IS IS 10 : 21 °3 21 24 20 .CSS .(;:•{•! .013 '.."91 - .500 .477 .47.". .442 .300 .220 THE GAME TODAY. That Means a Reduction of Stock. The Retiring Partner Most Have Cash. ' The Ottos Will Try to "TJirow" the TO MAKE A LONG STORY; WE WILL MAKE SUITS TO ORDER IN THE LATEST STYLE, AND BEST WORKMANSHIP, AND GUARANTEE THEM TO FIT, FOR THE FOLLOWING SPOT CASH PRICES. SaJnts Down—Roekville fen Is Kokomo, DC- CHOICE OF OUR SPRING AND SUMMER SUITINGS $25.00 A full assortment of suitings bought to sell at $30 and $35 for . $20.00 A Limited stock of the greatest bar= gains on earth for .... $15.00 We reserve the right to stop this sale within a week--as soon as the required amount of cash is realized. If you wait till tomorrow it may Ibe too late. Tlio game ge-twten the sirong team of tlie Western league, the St. Pauls, and the' Ot.ios at the driving park grounds this afternoon will be full of Interest, even IS the locals are not able to win. It is not to be supposed chat the home team can break 'the backs of one of the strongest tennis III the Western league, but they cnn give them n fair trial. Rockviile defeated Kokoiuo yesterday by a score of 10 to 3, JOS. G. GRACE .-..••••••:• :-..':• • ' ' x WILL 'SELL YOU A SPRING SUIT TODAY EOR LESS MONEY THAN ANY OTHER CLOTHIER IN LOGANSPORT. LINE COnPLETE. CIRCUIT COURT DOINGS. Record of Cases on Trial—News About the Court 'House. Buy a Lougley Hat and be up to Date 426 Broadway. P. S. If you want a Tailor Made Suit don't forget my line of the Celebrated Stein Block Clothing, The Tucker 315 Pearl Street. rtodieska Playing in Measure For Heasure. Wasn't playing such :m important part in lite as the* tailor whose reputation depends upon taking your measure, perfectly and fitting yotn- clothing perfeci- ly to that ineasnrc. That's what HERZ does in snch an easy manner that your clothing (its like a now skin, with only variations to make It accord with tho very latest style. To keep in the swim you must keep In with HERZ, One of his stilts i? a passport Into swell society. 409 flARKET STREET. TO BE BEAUTIFUL And Remain So is Something, Quite an Art. How to preserve, restore and improve beauty Is-somethlng very near and dear to p a 'Woman's heart. With woman beauty is next to Godliness, riot takl.ag second -place to cleanliness, for beauty cannot be obtalned-without cleanliness, the one evidences 'the other, -.especially as regards woman. ••'••; • -..•.-' •' This can be obtained by using Madam Stringlmm's Imported Face-Bleach :au'd MassJige Cream. Those suffering with CUtan'edtis disorders cnn be positively cured ' wltU these preparations,, isiso birthmarks, superfluous hnlr treated successfully: -.'".'' Catherine ., DERMATOLOGIST. Agents wanted to sell the nbbvo preparations. :'';:-. i Geo. Harrison has the finest line of 1 hammocks In the city. j The meeting of the • North Indiana • Editors will open today for a two days' session at Ft. Wayne. I 'Would yon buy a fancy colored I shirt? Then sec our'lino.—Dewenter, ,' the hatter and furnisher; See rho fine Dresden ribbons, now on display; also all colors and •\yldths of Taffeta ribbins.—Trade Palace, Natural gns bills for the inoufb of June are now due and payable at the company's office on Pearl street. Rimich-unda Is tho newest silk of which-the late style neckwear.Is made. See our club-house tics, bows and made-up tccks.—De/wcnter, the hatter and furnisher. . Some of the young ladles of the Baptist church are preparing for an enter- •talumont that promises to bo of unusual •merit. Who that, has read "Little Boy Blue,"''written by Eugene Field, will fail to be interested In others of his sweet poems; some of whld) have been set to music and will be sung ana some recited on Wednesday evening, .Tune 17. There is little doing of interst in tlie Circuit court. The case of Krete Bros, MTg Co. vs. • William 31. Kennell. which was begun last Friday, is s:;ill on trial before a jury, a-nd will be concluded today. Mary A. Cromer was given judgment: agaiast William C. Ho ward, et al in the sum of $234.05. The case of James 3Iart'l.n et al vs. Rebecca Markle et al was continued for the term. Sadie Oliotwood lias met the fa:e she was so kindly shielded from by those who would ha.ve been her friend*, had she allowed them to protect her. Sadie, it will he remembered, was tried and convicted in the Circuit court of Ihe theft of a pair of gloves from Mrs. I>. T). Dykeman. Slie was sentenced tn one year's Iniin-ison-mcii't in tlio Stale reformatory al Indianapolis.- but es- caped'on tlie promise that she would g:i to her s-isier at IJhvond uniT slay I hare. Tu fact, sentence was suspended during good behavior. Good behavior wins to have been a thing unknown lo Sadie, however, and she fell fro'nl grace, re- furni:d to LogHitspnrr and war- taken back to the care ot ( iv.-ijs hauled before Hie Conrt yesterday and the sentence that, heretofore had been passed was cfiniirmed and'shi: wa.i ordered taken to her home ;'o:- one year. She plead valiantly -for freedom, saying that slit-; was promjsc'd to be ni.-trrieM and thai-.it would spoil a "\veddin"' it she was sent, up., This plea did not avail, and Sadie is u resident of tlie Capital City now, having been taken there yesterday by Sheriff Adams. C03J.MISS1QNERS' COURT. . The commissioners are busHy engaged .in wading throug;!i the manifold business matters of the county. They granted a license-to sell liquor to Cn.is. A. Slmbeck yesterday. A contract was entered into with the C. F. Hunt Bridge company for, a thirty-foot Iron bridge .over a. small creek' Jn Boone township, James 31. Vei-uon, (.he agent of the company, making the contract. JOINT-REPRESENTATIVE. For Cass and fliami Counties to be Named Thursday. The .Republican Joint-Representative, convention of Cass and Miami counties, to'be held in the new court-room.' 1 in this city Thursday a.ftcrnoon, convenes at 1 o'clock. The list of delegates to this convention was published at the same time us the list-of the delegates to the County % convention, and, with the exception of Tipion township's rep-' rosentafives, is here given: Adams township—Ira Graham. Bethlehem township—A. A. Cover. .Tolm \V. Harwood, T.ioomr Township—W. G. Sweet. Clay township—A. A. Cook. Clinton township—R. I!. Keofl. Cbas. Myers.'. Deer Creek tov,-;i.--hiii—1>. P. Lenon. F. 31.' Tndli 11 lifer. Eel township—First war.d—David Bender,- .T. G. Grace, B. P. Brmictt.' B. 3f. Murray; Second ward—Gooi-ge BYii.'-rJ), A. IT. ITardy, Cliai-ler: Young: Third* -,vanl—T\T.'kor Justice. John Wagoner: Foni-th ward—Dr. N. V,'. Oady. G. W. Wallers. T. P. Swi.wrt. I'!, rt. -Rertl: Fiflh \var.l—IJohei-t: Kiil-ghl. Sol D. Brandt. .T. T. Co::klmrn. Sheriff Adams. Slin William riekavd. A. T. Van 1 Winkle. Isaac Smith. Jackson tnwnship—George "\V. Davis, "David Davidson. . Miami township—I'arkc: 1 Fair. Jcfffr.or: tii-wiisliij:—Hallecl; Fisher. ' Noble township—S A. 3los«. IT. P, Gotshall. Harrison towiish.li 1 >—John TTord. •.Washington lownship—John P. War tin,- Im Podds. '' it is known what time Judge Shivo-ly can receive the committee. 31 r. Miller will imform Uie members thereot ,>nd they will.visit Wabasli. MOTHERS' 3JASS 3IEETING. ' The clilldren are'iu clanger. A inoih- <>r.s' mass meeting wi-11 be held hi the Sun-day school room in the Baptist church o-n Broadway Thursday afternoon at .T o'clock sharp- Ministers of the gospel, physicians .and others will • discuss . the Question '.of "Inda-rfrlal Schools versus Schools of Crime." All. are urgently reoiicsited to be present. GRAND ANNUAL RECEPTION. At the grand annual reception of St. Matthew's commandery No. 23G which will be held at the rink Thursday evening,'.Tune II, the following program wiH be rendered: 1. Overture—Elite Mandolin Orchestra. 2. Song—Carleton Quart el ic. 3. Trombone Solo—Pro-f. Jos. Kern- busch. 4. Address—Very. Rev. M. !•:. Campion. o. Vocal Solo—Sir Knight .las. D. Murphy. (i. Selection—Elite Mandolin Orchestra. 7. Talk—Attorney Fred Lautlis. 5. Song—Cai-leton Qnarlet'le. 0. Exhibition- Drill—St. Mat: hew Commandery. No. -">0. This will be followed by a social and a!.l friends of the commandoi^' are invited to alicml. An admission fee of fifty cents will be charged which will go to defray the expenses o.f the cominandevy on "Their trip to'the national encampment at. Dayton. Ohio, where they will content: in a urixe drill. Th6 enlcvfaiii- niPiit. will begin about S:to o'clock and tin 1 exhibit inn will take jilaee about 0 o'clock. • BANK OFFICFRS ELECTED, Logansport State Bank Hay Increase Its Capital. • George W. SeyboJd, Victor E, Seiter, W, C. Thomas. M. A. Jordan, W. If. fGraflis, John C. De-went or and B. F. KecsHng, fanning Uie board of directors of the Logansport State bank, met Monday afternoon and re-elected the following ollicei-s, to serve the ensuing y«ar: Presidonl—George W. St'ybold. Vice Pi-eS'idciit—Victor E. Seitet Cashier—W. C. Thomas. This is one of Logansporfs stroirs financial insfltutjon-s, and the stockholders have the n:al!er of increasing the capital stock to $100,000 seriously under advisement. TO BE GIVEN A $100 BADGE. Past Commander Shively, Remembered by the Veterans. WILL SEND A DELEGATE. The EuffHsh Lutheran Sunday, .school has elected their pastor, tlie Rev. J.. C, Kauffm-an, D. D., to represent it at the. State Sunday school convention ;o.b(? held at Cchwf.ordsyille this week. To loan, a few thousand dollars, sppc- lal funds, private mone?; on good In- divldualsi or mortgage security. WJ11 buy good notes.—George B. Forgy. It is the custom of tlie Grand Army of the Republic to renftmber retiring department commanders in a substan- al manner, presenting fhum wirli me- ineiuot'S at the expiration of their teems of office, 'testimonial.'! of regard which will bo retained bjMhe recipients a$.souvenirs'of. their'tenure of the high oltice. •, ' ' Jt'ls an unwritten rule t.hat-th'ose tes- riiiioniiils-imis-t not cos! more than $100 bn-t tlie veterans generally .see to it that .tlie .limit is readied,. Tn one'-instance-a.' badge: of gold Ivacili folly wrought and set with precious stones was-presented to a retiring commander. • Its cost was $125 and. to guard ag.iiirst a repetition.of. the extravagance' the ;lhnlt ,-was nxed at $100. ,, -' .;' --^ : This, it Is nnderst.ooU, Is^to he-the 'cost, of- the'-badge.now being'-preparc.d '-for Judge SMvely. • iuid a 'commltleo ;e.onsistl.ng.;o-f-,lcndJjJK members of the NOTICE-OF MEETING. Canton, .•Kf.C'iHJon.—The o!Hei:iv* and nicnibi'rs of Canicn Logansport. No. 1.", are hereby ordered to appear at their drill hall in fariguo imiform or citizens' dress at 7:30 p. m.. Wednesday. .Time 10. for the purpose fit transacting special business with the Committee appointed at flio last regular meeting. By, Order of the Committei>. J. IT. WISE. CHAS. BTJHRMESTEH. E. B. GRAVES. JMT;EI:IAL COUNCIL, NOBLES OF THE MYSTIC SHRINE. For Che above moeling. which will be held at Cleveland, O.. Juno 23 and 24, the Wabash railroad wilD-ell excursion tickels, June 2i! and '2:', at rate of S7.74 for -the round trip, not good ;'or refund after June 23lli. Nat.ional Session, Junior Order United American Mcchauk's. Denver, Colorado. June ICih to 20th.—lt"or this occasion the Wabash i-nBroad names a rate of .^."^..SO for tiie round trip to be sold .Tnne 32 and l.'l. Tkrkels can he oxf.cn.i- ed-so as (o be good returning to and including July ]5!h. Repu-Iilican ooii.vcniiion at St. Louis, June "1(1. the Wabash railroad will. sclj. round fri] 1 )'tickets for ir.oeiing namefl above on June 32. 13, 34 aiiu 35 good tc return to and including June 23; rate ?S.2fi; no stnp-ovors allowiHl. - C. G. NEWELL. Agent The Hopkins and tlio Kuox siratr hats are the best inadi 1 .—Ueweiiter, thf Iiatier. sells lio-th mnkes. ',Gi. •'A.''JS...,tdgorlier .wlfh the ioifflcers' 'will go .to Waba'sh some tin)?, 'before ,Jone 19t!i..lo make" the J Albert Miller,, past com- Jmand'er.of' the -'post there, will represent James. H.. Emmet post and as soon as HARRISON AT TURDUE. Lafayette Courier: General and Mrs. Benjamin Harrison will arrive to-morrow from Indianapolis, and will .itfund the commencement exercises at Tai-due the general being a member o!' the board of trustees. They will. be 1 he guest. 5 - of Mr. and Mrs. .Tas. 31. Fowler, of South Ninth-' street. TO'ADORN THE NEW HALL. The Trades and Labor assembly will .giv.e a^dvyice soon to raise funds with which' : fo purcliasc 'furniture io (it up Hie h.-ill -Miich .was recently, leased from. Lewi.-? Bettsnjui. The liall will' lie the iiieelltifr pl;i?e of all the OrgailiMlions In the city. Ackley, Iowa: Have used one box isi Autl-FreckJe. Am no longer "the freckle-faced-girl I once was.—M. Taylor. Sold at Ben Fisher's. S.lc George Barrison 9rst class garden. handles (l»wer and field Awarded Highest Honors—World'£.f?aJS DR; NOTICE. The Danghtorsi of Liberty will meet, tonight at 7:30 prompt, at Wade's hall on 3Inrket kroet All .ire urged to be present on. tjme. You are wide-awake wlieu you are fast asleep in one of bar light weight night shirts.—Drwcntor, flic hatter and furnisher. •MOST PERFECT MADE. p-ire Grape Cream of Tnrlir. Powder. F«K f Ammonis, Alum or any other adulterant: ' 40 Years <:he Standard.

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