Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on June 14, 1896 · Page 5
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 5

Logansport, Indiana
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Sunday, June 14, 1896
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Dunlap's.. Celebrated Hats. Silk, Stiff and Soft. THE NATIONAL LEAGUE. Spring Styles. : DEWENTER The Hatter and Furnisher. $15- WE WILL Dissolve Partnership July i. And must have Cash for retiring partner, for that reason we make suits to order for $15, $18, $20 and choice of our Summer Suitings for $25. This is no fake, but actual facts. Tucker & SharpeCo., Tailors. $2O. 3-5 Pear, Street. Cleveland Loses With Cuppy in the Box, . There is not in noli t:o choose bet\yeei •tlio two leading clubs in.-the Natlona league race. Cleveland and Baltimore both lost yesterday, and In cousequeiic their per cent-age .is but a uin-trer OL throe one-thonsiindtlis different, with the difference In favor of Baltimore. "Little" George lost bis game'-wl.th flic Bridegrooms yeSkTday, 'the Brnoklyn- lt.es -making six runs, twelve bits, tr> I'lio Spiders live runs: a.nd eight .liils oil' Kennedy. The Western clubs ha.vu finished tho Eastern trip and reliiH'ii.homo today, Cleveland playing at Louisville. Chicago at rittslmrg, anil St. Lmn's at G'neiii.natii tomorrow, Following aro the scores of the sanies played yesterday: At Brooklyn—Cleveland "•, Brook- lyj) u. At .Boston—-Cincinnati i;, Boston 1.. At Phi'iadelphia—Lonisvlllo ::, Philadelphia 1. At Now York—rills!inr£ 1", Xe*v York.S. Rain prevented tin; gamp lii.'tween Washington ami .St. Louis. STANDING OF THE CLUBS. • RED TAPE Can take your measure for clothing a.s well as any other i't ft Is taken right. Hera takes your measure for a suit of clothing lathe quickest, neatest manner and turns yon out a suit of clothing tii.it is artistic in style, fit and material at prices that will nsfconls'u you, when you consider workmanship and quality. Seeing- is believing: 409 flARKET STREET. Clubs Baltimore ... Cleveland . . Cincinnati . . Philadelphia Boston Washington T'it'ts-burfr . . Won .."So Lns-t rVrCl. IT .(V* 1(1 .n.li.i •2<] 20 1(1 30 21. SPRING NECKWEAR, SPRING OVERCOATS. .51 ;s .nils ,."20. Brooklyn '24 Chicago' 22 Xew York 20 St.. Louis 13 Louisville 10 .205 CLARK'S Easy Message Treatment. Is composed of the finest medicated toilet soap, tlio finest healing medicated face, hands and body lotion, and the finest complexion cream on-earth'. The combination Is so perfect, and the results so happy that no one will ilo without it, that has ever tried.It. The ladles who IKIVC seen the goods this week, ajiil all others, wall be pleased to learn that they will be on sale nt the Bee Hive in tlie future. N. B.—Remembor Miey are fully warrant ed. DAILY JOURNAL SUNDAY, JUNE 1-1, 1SOO. Sec the rll>buii.<i, .1c a .vnrd, at the Trade Palace. ."0-Ceat fenllier fans, 2.~>c, tomorrow at tlic Bee Hive. "o-C'eut .silk icau/e fans, 25c, tomor- i'0.w.—The Bee Hive. Geo. Harrison hna thu finest, line of hammocks In the city. AV;liits, Willsts.—PoTSltVnM With di 1 - tached collars, only SOc.—Trade Palace. George Harrison handles LnDflre first class garden, flower and flelO seeds. Sec the luwiwuocks at LOWMI Wai Taper Co.'s before purehaslns else wliere. Don't forget tJie concert jrlven hy the B. B. Glub a.ttho A. M. E. church Tiics- day, June 1C. Adralssion 30 cents. Vand.iHa Ltac Sunday Excin-slon trains wild -be put on June 21st. Train for Lake Maxtakuckee will leave the station ait T a. m. Fare for the round trip, $1,00. Children's day exercises will be held at the ^Viieatlaiul street, M. E. c-hurfh. This evening at 7:00 o'clock. An exer cise crUIecl "Our Younjr Crusaders," wiJl be friveu. A HANDSOME MEDAL C. A. Schaff to be Honored by the Riverside Cycle Club. At the regular Monday ii.igrUt nieotin?,' of- the K-iverside. Cycle elu'b a medal \vi!l bo presented by the club lo Mr. Chades Schall', who won tlrst place in the twenfy-nvc-milc road race M.-ty liOtli, and saved lh,e diiy for the club and the city. The medal will lie en- Kitivcd as follows: "I'rescntecl to C. A. SchiilT by the H. C. C., 1SOO." The occasion will lie made a very pleasant one all around. The hero of -the Decora I ion day contest wl.ll be decked with the civil) colors and made the object of the congratulation!! and praise of I be club members. NEW CARS ARE HERE. Street Car Accommodations Will Be Better Today. Awarded Highest Honors—World's Fair. •DR; MOST PERFECT MADE. * p'trc Crane Crenm. of Tartar Powder. Fret J f Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant 40 Yc;:s f&s .Standard. The new street cars arrived Friday nif;ht and will be put into use this afternoon in transport.!UK the people to ntui from the base ball park'. The purchase •includes a. complete set of double trucks with double motors and two trailers of Clio s.-Hiie sixe .and style as the summer cars now in use. .The carnl-UKs of tiie line for May were $000 in excess of the caniin-ss for the same period during ISO'.. ASKED TO LEAVE TOWN. Charles O'Coiuor, charged with the t.licift ol' a coat from Ax.o.1.1 Britton, Uic railway postal clerk.w;is discharp;cd yesterday iiiotuins on tlic promise that he would quit the city. BASE BALL NOTES. Fisher and Kenncalily will be the b:U- lery today. Bolitii \vill play the ini'lial li.i^ for flu: 0tiros, today; I-I.ickett poinc to left Oi'td, Shaver to short stop, and Bruton ou third base. The management of the Ottos is uu- Koliating with a crack Ohio pitcher who hekl the Cincinnati Reds; clown to six lii'ts last fall. The Ottos are gradually Rettiiip a lot of "old liicnds" in tlie team.- "Bruton, BoJa.ii, TJaulcy and Kenneally all bein? tried and'experienced players. -> The Marion-s of Indianapolis, who play here today are one of tlio strongest of tlio many c-lnbs at Indianapolis', In tliic c-l-ftb are such players as Berner, Cunluy aJid McElraine Bros. ' ' With the new cars and facilities'for transporting people to and from the ball park which flic street: car company now lias, a much larger- aittendance at the frames i-s now looked for. • •• •• „ ITanley. (.lie new 'man won will play second base today, shows up fine, a.nd the predilctiou is made here tha.t that lintf w.ill be jriinrdwl 'in fine shape. Han- icy ])hiyod last: on the Jacksonville (111.) UMIKTIO tca.in a ad Is an "old -head," Much Inini-esT is bciiiR ir«w.iifostcd in Hie games-that the'Otlos are : going to play with the Kokomos next Sunday and Mond.i.v. On die Koko-mo team nrc SlaitLs, Lyens and. Stokes, nil'ex-Ottos, also Faiuro't and 'VMi.itp.tnan, px-mpm- h(?rs of tlio Miui.c'ieji. The • Blackburn University team wliic'h plays t'hi: OU:os Monday and Tiiessrlay, arrived 'last night and a ; ro quartered at the Miurdock. They are u. tine lot of looking boys and also good ball players, as they 'have only lost two out of thirty ga-m-es played. They beat the Del'anw University team yesterday and Friday. The management hope to have wiiln'i a few days, with the men tha't are be ing procured,' a much stronger team than lias pver been here, a.ud w-ith it all that, will be insisted on, tlio play- JOS. Q. GRACE WILL 5ELL YOU A SPRING SUIT TODAY EOR LES5 MONEY THAN ANY OTHER CLOTHIER IN LOGANSPORT. LINE COHPLETE. 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. CPEBSONAI returned from Mrs. Man' IViice Pern. Mrs, .7. 1-1. AVeod-is hero from Tipl.on for a visit. Bensoij Bid well is at Toledo. Ohio, on business, .a'-'Mrs. Wll.lia.in Auphe and daugliter rc- "furnecl yesterday from. Chicago. Miss Mnbcl Johu^on of Crown Point Is tlio guest of Loga-nsiiort relatives. - Mr. Peter Petde has rmnruod from Newtto-n connit.y after a.n extended visit. arraageaneaLs for fihe building of all outside- oojiDeeikms witii the local exchange. Dr. and Mrs. Tucker wont to Coving- ron yesterday. W. R. Small is up frowi'.Teffersouville on. business ami pleasure. B. L. Coon, a. grain dealer of Kokomo, was in the ciny last night on business. Victor L, RLekefts of the Delphi .Tonr- ual was 'in rho city last evening on business. Cairra)J County. Citizen: Miss BeASie Crouim of Logaiisport, is visi;.iiig TAKE NOTICE. The Free Distribution of this Watch and Chain. • Miss Fay Kalson of Hebron arrived friends i.u this city, yesterday to enter Michael's university Mr! Homer Wlnldcbleck and famih have returned to 'Their home at Chi- Dr. Cha.s. Ballard and wife, of Clii- cago, are visiting friends and relatives iu the city. •• • Mrs. .Tno, E. Pi-ait left yesterday on a visit with friend'S.'at. Richmond and Indianapolis. , Stuart- France will go to 'St. Louis today. He-wMl be one o-f tlio ushers at UK- convention, T,a,fayerte Call: Miss Katheriiie Van ers will be jienti-lomeu and deport themselves as such, "boozing" and fbe-ac compauying results will not be tolerated. NOTICE TO CAItPENTEK!?. of Logansport are to jiitlond a spwial call ADDITIONAL LOCAL, George Harrison hucdles Lanclreth's seeds only. ."0-Cc.irt poa'rl sli'.ir.t; waist sols,' entirely new for 2."c.—The Boo Hive. SUIc Plastic bc-''l.s witli handsome liuckle. T5c-, tomorrow.—The Bee Hivt. Wash goods, wasli goou>, oy thir thousands this week.. Don't miss it.— Trade Palace. Gram! succes.s—our parasol and ini]- lirella sale—will continue same tomorrow.—Trade Palace. The infiiut son of Jlr. and Mrs. W. II. Scott died lust night at the 1'am.ily residence. No. 120C> ortli street. Men's shirts, .umbrellas, collars, cuffs, i[cs, for all underwear for ladies, gents, joys and girls.—Trade Palnce. Homer Kessler will conduct a song tnd gospc! meet-in? at he R. R. Y. M. C. V.'rooms at 3 o'clock tliis afternoon. .All u-e invited. The LiHhw L.iborrjuc club picnicked it Spencer park Friday evening. The jarty was given in honor of Messrs. YiJl J.msen of Chicago aud-Kdgar I^y- iiis of Altootiii. Pn. The to be held Moaulay, .Tune 1.", at. T:r;0 p.- in., corner of Fourth and Market streets (Hi Hie t'h-lrd floor. By order of L. U. No. 7J4. A CASS COUNTY COTTAGE. Committees Croin the G. A. E. and the Ladies' Relief Corps -were before the Board o-f County Commissioners VCK- terday and asked for an appropriation ot: .$1,500 to erect a cottage at the State So-ldiors' home at Lafayette.- \VASI-I GOODS.- : We place on suJo tomorrow 25 pieces new designs and effects 1-n embroidered wash goods. The be.st selling go^ds of tiie season, worth MOc, tomorrow inr:, and war)) printed Dresden ribbons to match. , .Best quality No. 12 for ISc, and No. SO for 28c.—The Bee Hive. A RUNAWAY BO-Y. TJie South Bend Times says a. boy giving his name a.s WWlle Harfz and.his ho-nio as Logausport, was 1 found-roaming the streets of that city one day last- wed;. He gave bis age as 14 years and said he Ivad run a'way from home. Sterling silver belts that were ?^,.?1. ''), for 50c, tomorrow,—The Bee Hive. • Mom, of IiXigansipoTl. i.s visit i-ng Mrs. W.- 'I-I. 'Magoe.-. 'Arc-leer Bidson of Wabasli is in tin. 1 City. Mr. E.idsou is a job printer at rh» VliUDilealer oilico. Misses Sylii.l Stevens and Minn.ie Tucker have ret.urncd from Franklin college nt Franklin. Mrs.' M. .M. 'Gordon of East Broadway .is eii'teiit-aiai-iiDg her brother, G. K. .iohn- !sou of Maukato, Minn. •' Mjirfon Ciiiionicle: MTss Itosa Micliaels 'ofLoganspoirl- is in tlie city, the guest tit''. Mrs. Loo Xiissbaiim. Sirs. I, A. Fiilk <»f Spencer, lud.. I. vi'Sitimg her da-ugiitar. Mn«. M. Jf. Coition of East Broadway. 'Mr.' and Mrs. Charles Leebrick o. Peru are r.lie jniests nf D. A. Hauk anil wife to remain over Sunday. ••Mr; Will .Tansou of Chicago, who ha*, been vl.siting'Mr. Adam Felker for st'v oral days ivlnrnod ho-me yevlerday. ,-:Miss Gbitrude Mn.rilock is .imong tin rein-ruing students. Slip iias been a.t- t-ending Mfes Liggetts's school at De- troll.- ' ; ''The Rev. Petf.iford of the A. M. E. church ix at Mai-Ion, and will preach •6 tlie colored congregation at that city odny. 'Dr. .1. Z. Powell, candidate for. N:i- tto-ua.l. elector from rliis distr-ict, will le.ivf today for i?t. Lcmis 10 aficnd r.hii convenrion. Mr. A. .T. .Tfitilss" is at Greenville, looking after his Interests' there. He rc- f.;cntly had some proiier.ty at. Hint place d'l.'ftroyed by fire. Mrs. L. E. DoBolt and children liavB returned to their homo at North Manchester after a' visit of a weak with rolJi'tJves in the city:'. Mrs. Brau'dt, • niother of Sol D. Bwiklt, and who has. been visking- her sou lor Ilio last' t-wo weeks, returned to tier home at Katou, O., yesimla-y. .tpilui M. 'Baker. Stait.e suporintendent for. the Centra) TJuton. Telephone co-m- pany was -in -the city yostcrday, making Miss Graco McKee of MoiiticeDo, returned home yesterday after a pleasant visit with friends here. Kcnesaw M. Land is was down from Chicago yesterday on his way home to Chicago I:row a business trip East. Mr. and Mrs. I-I. E. McGinulss are at Terro Ha.nto for a visit of n few days with the family of Mr. W. C. Arp. Miss Oiivc Boi'Ot'h returned last'night from Blowmijigton. Ind.. where she lias been .•utendi.'n.g the Indiana university. KokoJijo Tribune: Clyde and Mrs. Hullinger ret.iiiTiied today from Logansport where they have been for the past hvo weeks. Misses Wilson. Davidson. Gould, Smiley and Mays of Michael's university returned to their homes yesterday for i week's vacation. ; The Rev. .). C. Kanffman and Miss 31i,riist'i.iH' Markcit were made member ot.' the Sraae executive committee at the. Sunday school convention a.t Cniw- 'orilsville. rem Chronicle: Frank Duckworth of Logausporf, was in the city yester- lay looking for a good location 10 opwi n Jisl) a.utl game market, but without tmy dC'tiiiile result. Rochester Sfiitluel: Misses AVinifrod Jones :u;<] Lnurn Howe, and Messrs. Deck Howe and Frank Markloy drove over 'fijCMii Logiinsixirt one day iliis week, the, guests' of Miss Mary Stanton. Miss Abbte I-IO'we came home last night from Detroit, where she has been atteiidiiug school. She was'afcompaniod by Miss Bi'imctt of Council- Bluffs, fowa. wlio will \'i.*il wit-h her for a few days. l^red 0. Blassingham. is over from •Marion for a short visit. Kred is engaged in die brokerage business at Marion, and is building up a nice trade, a fact which his friends here'are glad to iioio. Mrs. Charles Herring is here from hjf^lplte, Mich., for a vi.-;ir. with her son?~M>. C. A'. HeiTing of the street car lower house. He is also eiiferiaining lis Ti-iCee. Mi-s. CluirJes .Teiikines Of New York City. Mr. E. W. Froese of CliaUm. Mi''-l.i., in ('he city for a 1'ew days the guest of his old-time friend, Mr. A. .7. Mur- 1-ock. Tlie.se gentlpmcn were boys ln- getlier and later were clerks in. ;:!H' store but until ivcently had not DOT for over -forty vear.--. Closes Jn»e 20,96. Bear in miutl It's not a Toy but an accurate Time piece and is Given Away Absolutely Free The WATCH With Suit, The CHAIN With Shoes. Either Men's, Boy's or Children's Otto Kraus "Of Course" THE LOCAL WIIKAT OUTLOOK. A C;i,ss county farmer said yesterday lh.it he would harvest his wheat, next week. Uwugli ho scarcely expected a yield of more iJiiin live bushels 10 the acre. None nf Ins m'i-ghbor< count on more ilian half a crop. June 2tsi the VaiulaJiu Lime will put on regular Sunday "Onliing" il'alus for fhe siiimmev. a.nd will sell tickets at one fare for rlw ixunid rrip who.ii the ouc- fnre r.-ue docs" nut fall belnw i!.~ic or exceed !?3.rjO. Everybody buys silks -now at: tin; Trade TiUace, N'o wouder sncJi low u-ices. • ^^n^^^^ • (-<'v!-v ,- ; v,-.;< -• '•'TS/VW C<fii-Z>. ";.Wi;.\ <*? $%fc J For Children's ^Wn "'''""'""cUTrCURA SOAP r ;;rc«;nm! nwwlcrt fnr v-ilci.lmth.ani) mirwry- liiinili', i ; lm!'.ii!:*, lati'iniia.-ilian-', ni"l »iii>l>!c buby ni: 1 !)..^ nii'l-blciiii^hi'H i; id.woixjcfful. •"m-M'r-'.Vl'. "sflK-'l'l-"^.', ftoHOH. U. S. A. " M- " !'•.»' IU 1'nrlfy nail Uunlily lluby'« Skin,' CroO. 2&ii'3v.'wya»»=a»»wsai2a

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