Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on April 28, 1891 · Page 1
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 1

Logansport, Indiana
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Tuesday, April 28, 1891
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VOL. XVI, LOGMSPORT/INDIANA, TUESDAY MORNING, APRIL 28,.1891 NO. 101. DUNLAFS Celebrated Hats LES ADE 9 SPRING Now on Sale D E W E N T E R, The Hatter. Spring 1 Suiting, Spring Pants, Spring Overcoating, The nices^ prettiest patterns ever shown., just received at JOS. S. CRAIG'S. A QUIET SUNDAY. The President Takes a Rest at San Francisco, Incidents of His Arrival in the Metropolis of the Pacific' Coast on . Saturday. Night. TffOQPiNGjOUBH: ^BRONCMTIS. , IND. Cladning, Buxea, Frakke, What Funny Names! X They are Danish, and mean Suiting, Trousers, Overcotings, P^ Of which I have a Large and Complete Stock for SPRING AND SUMMER, 1891 FRISCO'S GREETING. FEASCISCO, April-27.—President Harrison was welcomed to San Francisco Saturday night by a great display of enthusiasm. The presidential train arrived at Oakland about 7 o'clock and the party was met by a reception committee of citizens, Gen. Ru^er and staff, of the regular army, and Gen. Dimond and staff, of the state troops, and escorted to the large ferry steamer Piedmont The president occupied a position on the upper deck, where Tie obtained a full view of the magnificent display made in his Jhonor. The Piedmont did not cross to San Francisco at once, but steamed around the bay slowly to enable tlie , president to witness the brilliant illuminations-on the bay and on. the hills in- the city. The Piedmont arrived at the foot of Market street .at 8 o'clock, and the crowd which had collected ;here was a fjreat one. Upon lancing, the president was welcomed by Maj Sanderson and the party at once entered carriages arid went to Mechanics' pavilion. , The illuminations along- the water front, near the ferry landing-, and, in fact, all along the line of march were the most brilliant ever seen in ;bis city. At the pavilion in this city the resident was received by Gov. Mark- lam, Mayor Sanderson, Senator Stan- 'ord and others. The crowd was very arge, thousands of people pressing in after the presidential party. While the Deople were gathering Gen. Harrison leld an informal reception on he small stage. After the president had entered the stand he military formed in long lines, be- ween which a steady stream of ieople passed for over an hour. As they jassed the president the men all raised their hats. Tha chief executive responded by bowing and waving his band. As the crowd passed by the stand where President Harrison stood there was constant cheer- Ing and waving of hats and handkerchiefs. As fast as the people had paid their respects to the president they •inarched outside the door and made .room for others. Under the circumstances it was impossible for the large crowd to remain in the pavilion, so the president made no speech. The reception .lasted until 11 o'clock, when the president and party were driven to the Palace hotel and retired for the night. SAN FJU.NCISCO, April 27.—The presidential party spent a quiet Sabbath. In the morning the president and Mrs. Harrison accompanied Mayor Sanderson and Mrs. Sanderson to the First Presbyterian . church. The remainder of the day the president spent in his rooms at the Palace hotel. A number of persons called during the dayi but he generally asked to be excused on the ground that he needed rest after the fatiguing efforts of the last two weeks. Postmaster-General Wanamaker addressed Calvary Sunday-school at noon, and in the afternoon he addressed the Young Men's Christian association. All the ladies of the party drove to the residence of Senator and Mrs, Stanford in the afternoon. SAN FRANCISCO, April 27.—On receipt of a- dispatch from Cincinnati, conveying the intelligence of the improvement in the condition of Mrs. Eaton, the sister of President Harrison, it was announced on behalf of the president that the programme of entertainment arranged for the day and the remainder at the week be observed, unless other and less favorable news of Mrs. Eaton's condition should be received. SAN FBANCISCO, April 37.—Monday morning- opened bright and warm, and at 10 o'clock the presidential party drove from the Palace hotel to. Van Ness avenue, where the public school children were assembled for review. The. children , were drawn up in.line on both sides of the street for' many blqeks and the inspection was confined to '& drive up one side and down the other. When olden Gate avenue was reached, after both lines had been reviewed, the party was driven direct to Golden •ate park. A stop was.made at the conservatory, which -was closed to all >nt the presidential party. From'the park -the drive was to the Cliff house, where Adoiph Sutro took charge of :the party and escorted them' <o the heights bearing his name, where. uncheon was served. Thence the party )roceeded to Presidio and reviewed the ;roops stationed there. Killed While on Her W»y to Chiirch. SOUTH BESTI, : 'lnd., .April 27.—The aged aunt of llaj. Longley, of this citf, was instantly killed Sunday moAiig )y being thrown backwards ou1^ of a buggy, the fall breaking her neel*. She was on-her way to .church when r the 'accident occurred.. New Blazers, Reefers and Cloth Cape Wraps. REDUCTION SALE ON FINE Spring Dress Goods. AT THE Busy Bee Hive. HIGH HONOBS "Be Paid by Germany to' He! Dead Hero, The Late Field Marshal Von Moltke to Be Given a Funeral Befitting His Station and Services. Death o£ Grand, Duke Nicholas. _ LONDON, April,37,—A St. Petersburg lispatch announces the death'of Grand >uke Nicholas; uncle of the czar. • He was a field marshal in the Russian army and inspector general of cavalry and the corps of engineers. LYIXG IN STATE. BEHLIX, April 27.—It would be difficult to give an accurate account of the extent of the national mourning 1 in Germany in consequence of the death of General von Moltke. It is sincere, and the'streets of Berlin present everywhere signs of national regret at the old field-marshal's demise. On the door handles of many private residences' hang the traditional bunches of crape; -in shop windows the general's picture is bordered with crape, and wherever a fla;f can be raised, it is there, but at half-mast. Saturday night all the theaters and places of amusement were closed, and on the day of the funeral it is already semi-officially announced that a royal decree will be issued suspending- all public business in the country- ' . . BERLIN-, April 27.—Emperor William arrived in Berlin, at 5:15 o'clock Saturday afternoon, having inte'rrupted his visit to the duke of Saxe-Weimar as Boon as he heard of the death of Gen. Count von Moltke. The empress and Chancellor Caprivi met his majesty at .the railroad station, and they then, drove direct to Count von Moltke's residence. A consultation was held at .the dead general's house in regard ,to the funeral arrangements, and the ; suggestion that the body be taken 'Tuesday to the Von Moltke family estates for burial, in accordance with, the wish expressed by the count, was approved. Religious service will be held in the hall of the general staff department Tuesday morning. The coffin will then be earned with imposing military honors to the railway station for conveyance to Kreisau. The body of 'the late Count von Molke was viewed by the public Sunday from noon until 5 o'clock in the ; afternoon. The bier, which is placed .in the .ballroom of the staff building, Is draped with white silk embroidered with silver, and a coverlet, designed by the deceased for the purpose, covers the body as far as the breast; The remains have been embalmed by Dr. Eeuster. The emperor has ordered the army to go into mourning for eight days. The deceased count's own regiments, will mourn for twelve or fourteen days. Emperor William in his order instructing the army. to go into' mourning says: "A friend and counselor'lias been removed Irom my side. I most deeply mourn 't'dia Irreparable loss to-myself, to tlie army and to the' Zatherland. To hts lo?t hour the deceased enjoyed unprecedented renown' by reason of Ms military achievements and his services for the welfare of the fatherland, whose gratitude will never die." . • I WHISTLE FOR D. A. HA UK. He has the goods and prices. Best Clock for the money.. Best Watch for the money. Best Spectacle for the money. Best work done for the money. No. 41O Broadway, T&e Jeweler and Optician. D. A. HA UK. DMMOHD BRAND \u\is THE ORIGINAL.ANDCENUINE. Tbo only Suli, Sure, mtraUbleVW tor alt. e* oik DruRlit for CSIcftMler'i A^ttiA Kammd;Jlratttl in Kod «a4 Oald mcl»lllo »DIM seated with Ulna ribbaa. Toko «« otlcr kind. Stfatc SulnOMOima and fnitalatf. Ml pills in pMtctreird boxo«, .pink impperi.ircdaitforoiM counterfeit*. AtD ,i n «i t S np : «".P""™>«". testimonial.. «n(l ••Bcjffef for I,«u;S," ,n I««r. O.OOfl iTUttaonlill. Ku*,rapa:, CrflCHESTER CHEMICAL CO., Sold by all Local XM-DutliU. pin i. L'KHI .»< Sur Death! A. I To Cockroaches, Rats, Mice, and Bedbugs. FISHER'S LIGHTNING EXTERMINATOR. at Ben Fisher's Drug Store, 311 Fourth St. , Xs": FRANCISCO, April 27.—The president instructed the secretary of -war by wrre to iully investigate the Walla Walla lynching'. In case there were soldiers interested-they "will be brought to justice at 1 once. W. J. HUGHES & SONS CO. WHOLESALE DOOBS, SASH, ; BLINDS, LUMBER. N.W.Cor. Fourteentu and Maple. Sttf LOUSVILLE, KY. Hentlo* tbitfpaptr. Broad Toe, FlatBottOm /• .• . . • .- • Comfortable Shoes. WALKER &RAUCH 42O Broadway. See our lowjgoods.

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