Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on April 29, 1891 · Page 1
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Logansport, Indiana
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Wednesday, April 29, 1891
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VOL. XTI. LOGAffSPOET, INDIANA,-WEDNESDAY MORNING, APRIL 29, 189! ' ' NO./102. DUNLAFS Celebrated Hats S T I F F and S ILK, BEST MADE, SPRING STYLES Now on Sale DBWBNTER, The Hatter. Spring Suiting, SpringPants, Spring Overcoating. The'nicest,, prettiest patterns ever shown, just N received at JOS. S. CRAIG'S. CATARRtf Cladning, Buxea, Frakke, What Funny Names! They are Danish, and mean Suiting, Trousers, Overcotings, Hi Of which I have a Large and Complete Stock for SPRING AND SUMMER, 1891 LAST HONOES. They Are Paid to the Memory of Von Moltke at Berlin. impressive Scenes at the Funeral of the Late Field Marshal—Emperor William a Chief Mourner. GEESIASY DT April 28.—The funeral services over the remains of Field Marshal Count von Moltke took place at 11 o'clock a. m., in the ball-room of the general staff building 1 , in which building 1 the veteran died, and where his body has been lying- in state. Emperor William, the king of Saxony, the grand dukes of Baden, Saxe-Weimej; and Hesse, the principal members of the royal families of Germany, tog-ether with the leading- German generals, were present. The services lasted forty minutes. The casket containing 'the dead field marshal's remains was tlien carried with much ceremony to the hearse, which was drawn by six of the emperor's horses. After passing- throug-h streets lined with troops and packed with spectators, the remains arrived at the Lehrte station at 1 [O'clock in the afternoon, and were placed upon a railroad car draped in black, which was there in waiting-. Along the route of the procession to the railroad station tjhe hearse was preceded by Colonel Gossler, carrying- Count von Moltke's field marshal's baton, and by all the officers of the general staff, carrying 1 the insignia and orders conferred on Count von Moltke during- the course of his distinguished career. The casket was covered with large numbers of floral wreaths sent from all parts of Germany, and from many parts of Europe. Emperor William, the members of the royal families of Germany, and the German generals followed the hearse to the railroad station, .The funeral attracted to Berlin a large gathering- of military officers and veterans from all parts of the empire, and their grief was in many cases touching- to see. Those who were admitted to the services in the chapel were very deeply affected. Prince Bismarck was not present to attend the ^ ceremonies, but sent a letter of. regret with tributes to his old comrade-in- .ar'ms to the bereaved family. New Blazers, Reefers and ClothCape Wraps. WRECKED BY WIND. Manj- Houses Demolished by Gales at Duluth, Minn,, and at Other Places. DTIJLUTH, Minn., April 28.—Duluth was visited by a severe wind storm Monday rooming-. The wind blew about HO miles an hour and did considerable damage. The framework 'of Sargent's coal dock was blown down, inflicting- a loss of 83,000. A house '^on Minnesota point belonging- to Martin Brown was carried off its foundation and a short distance into the bay. At Lester Park the house of a man by the name of Phillips was blown down. At West Duluth a three story frame building- Taelongrng- to Peter Greley, of Grand Forks, which was nearly ready for plastering, was hurled to the ground and left a shapeless mass of broken timbers. The second and third stories were precipitated into the stone "basement of a building- just completed by Home Bros., damaging- the wall to some extent and shattering almost beyond repair an adjacent one story building owned by J. J. Mack. The frame building of J. A. Murray, uader erection, was also blown down, and still another small building was moved from its foundations. I?o one was injured. WEST SUPERIOR, Wis., April 28.— Monday evening a severe wind and rainstorm wrecked several buildings. . Robert Big-jrerstaff, working- on a frame building that was demolished, was fatally injured. Barr Bros.' two story brick building 1 on the corner of Section and Ohio avenue was almost entirely demolished, as was also a three story brick building on Iowa avenue. SAULT STE. MARIE, Mid., April 28. —A cyclone passed through Asperl, a sparsely settled region 40 miles west of here, Monday morning. - Trees were twisted off and telegraph lines blown down. The area of the storm is unknown here. The Walla Wfflla T.ynchers. WALLA WALLA, Wash., April 28.— At parade Monday evening the commanding officer at this post had a dis ; patch, read from Gen. Euger, commanding the division of the Pacific, expressing the sense of grief of President Harrison at the act of the soldiers'in lynching Hunt, the'gam- bler, .Friday night, and declaring the necessity of better conduct in the future, and a full explanation of the crime. Private Miller, who was shot by Hunt,-died Monday evening. ffe Second Oldest Mason Dead. EOCHESTEE, 3ST. Y.,. April 38.—Walter M. Hinman, the second oldest mason in the United States, died at Mount Morris Sunday. He was horn at Wylot, Pa., in 170S and was made a mason in 1812 .at Belleville. Ont. ' . .-'"/ , Lymph Effects » Care. --NEW YOBK, April 28.—One of the consumptive patients treated at the Monte- JJor.e home in this city with Koch's- lym'pli has entirely recovered, an'd the- physicians. think the cure due to the 'use, of the lymph. REDUCTION SALE ON FIN E Spring Dress Goods, AT THE Busy Bee Hive. j^catlt of a I.aT)br Loader. CHICAGO, April 28.— Richard Griffiths, founder of the order of the Knights of Labor in Chicago, died at 8:30 a. m. of heart enlargement, aged OB years. For. several terms, he occupied the position of gsand.'worthy foreman, the,-.£ecpnd. highest pffice in the order of the knights. _ Samoa's Ex-Ruler Dead. MELBOURNE, April 2S. — Advice.? received here from Samoa state that ex- King Tamasese is dead. He had been suffering from Bright's disease of the kidneys for some time past, and finally succumbed to that complaint. llubfoer DenEers Full. CtNClXNA'n, April 3S.— A. C. Cattell & Co., rubber goods, 150 West Fourth street, have assigned to 0. P. Cobb. Liabilities. S15.000; assets. 80,000. THE MABKETS. Grain, Provision*, Etc. '.• CHICAGO', April 28. FLOUB— Steady. Spring Wheat patents, K.JS <ae.OO; takers' «.75®5,00; Winter Wh«at Flour, SJ.tWjiJ . 'or patents and M.75Q5.00 lor straights. WHEAT— Ruled weak and lower. No. a oaol, ll.07@1.08!/, ; May, «1.07@1.08K; July, 51.05® 1.07. COEN— Afltire and higher. No. 2, 68c; No, 9 Yellow, 09«o;. No. 3, 07&c; No. 3 Yellow, 69140; May^64X@65so; July, 61H<a637(c. OAXS— Weaker and lower. No. 2, 4S3BOo; May,- 49@50c; July, 45(3i4S^.o.' Samples higher. No. 3, 488500; No. 3 White, 60H®52o; No. 2, *9Ka>50«c; No. 2 White, M«ffl63e. BYE— Weak and lower. No. 2 cash, 8S@84c; April, 83c, and May, 85c. Samples, S4@85o 'or No. 2, and S3@83c for No. 3. ^ BAJILEY— Quiet and easy. Good malting, 76®78c ;. common to lair light weight, 70@73o. MBSS POHK— Trading moderately active and prices rilled higher. Prices ranges at, $12.60® li.62>4 lor cash; $]2.80@12,75 for May; $12,92^©.., 13.10 lor July, and S13.30@1S.45 for September;LARD— Market moderately active and prices higher. Quotations ranged at J6.70@8.75 for cash; $&70@B,75 (or May; Jfl.97J4ia7.OS for July, and $7.25®7.32i4 for September. BUTTER— Creamery, 24@27c; Dairy, 16@3Sc; Packing Stock, 9®J8c. POULTRY— Live Chickens, JO@10V5cperlb.; Live Turkeys, 9@13c per Ib. ; Live Ducks, 9® 11 c -per Ib. ; Live Geese, $3,00@4.00 per doz. OJB.S— Wisconsin Prime .Wilts, Sc; Water White, SKc; Michigan Prime White, 9Hc; Water White, lovjc; Indiana Prime White, 9&c;' Water White, lOc; Headlight, 175 test, 9)4o; Gasoline, 87 deff's, Me; 74 deg's, 9c; Naphtha, 63 deg's, 7 HO. 1 LIQUORS— Distilled Spirits ruled firm atSLlfl pergal. lor finished goods. NEW YOBK, April 23. WHEAT— Unsettled, l&c lower; less activity. May, Sl.185iai.lSii; June, M.14&QU.15K; July, S1.112i®l-14: August, gl.O"K'u-109V5; September; 1 $1.06Jj@U.07M ; October, $1.06&: December, tl.07Mffil.OSK; May, ('82), $!.11®1.H5£. CORN— Depressed. l!4@13Cc lower; active, No. 2, 81@S3^c; steamer mixed, 80©8lo. OATS— Weak. Western. 55©70o. PROVISIONS— Beet — Steady; quiet; extra mess, 87.25@v.75; family, S10.00SJ10.50. Pork- Steady, fairly active; new megs,Sl3.75@14.50; old mess, $12.0J@13.DO; extra prime, $ll.T5<aiS.35. Lard— Quiet, steady; steam-rendered, 86.90. CLEVELAND, 0., April 28. PETBOLEUM— Quiet; standard white, 110 deg. test, 6^c; 74 deg. gasoline, 8Hc; 88 deg. gaso line, 12c; 63 deg. naphtha, 6^c. I WHISTLE FOR D. A. HA UK. He has the goods and prices. ~Be^Gloek:' for-the-;money. Best Watch for the money. Best Spectacle for the . money. •.Best work done for the ''-'.'B-ioriey. No. 41O Broadway. • • Tne Jeweler ana Optician. D. A, HA UK. Sure Death! To Coekpoaehes, Rats, Mice, and Bedbugs. FISHER'S LIGHTNING EXTERMINATOR. at Ben Fisher's Drug Store, 311 Fourth St. > Live Stock. . ' . CHICAGO, April S3. CATTLE— Market moderately active. Quotations ranged at 55.70@ij.00 for choice to fancy shipping Steers; $5.00@5.60 for good to choice Jo.; 5-4.30(34.00 for common to fair do. j J3.50® L25 for butchers' Steers; $3.CO@3.50 for Stock- >rs;, $3J)0®5.25forTexaas; $S.40@4.30 forFeed- trs; $1.50@4.00 for Cows; 51.50 ,.3.50 for Bulls, ind S2.50©4.50 for Veal Calves. 'Hoes— Market weak. Sales ranged at S3 00® 1.85 for Pigs: S4.50@'4.95 for Heat; J-l.50ai4.70 for •ough packing; $4.*0@a.<X)'Zur mixed, and 84.75(2 i.05 for heavy pucking and shipping lots. FACIAL BLEMISHES. The Itrgcit *iUk|l*tim«nt in the world for tbe tr»*t- TO«Btof the ikln «nd w»lp, tuoni balr,blrihm«jki, n tat, red now, jdd veici, oily iklo, iwbirs' Ilcb/ *c»Wj piulftg*. ptfwdwr m, Jerelopmclit, etc. ComnlUtloD Free, «,t offic* or by /etter. 128-pa.K& Book on nl I Skin &'•<) Scn.J tioui mud loeir Trtmtmont lent (tu^led) for JOHN M. TTOODBUKY, P«rm»wloglit, laiS \V. -4»U St,, X.T. City. For Sale by Ben Fisher, Druggist, Woodbury's Facial Soap For the Skin «d Sc&lp. Prepared by a Derm&tolO£i«t with 20 rvum* experience. Highly indorsed by the medical profossioc; unequiJed »s * remedj' jtpr eczema, ecaJdhead, oily akin, pimpleir, {teut- wcirmg, QRly complexion, etc- lndwpv»-' able as ft toilot article, and A sure prer»nV- ivo of all diseases of tno sldn andacalp. AtDrwgtiBtsorbymail.PrioeOOc. JOHNSTON BROS. ' ' / , • "The Cornel 1 Drug Store." Johnston Bros, have removed to the Cor. of 4th and Broadway; ( Strecker Building.) " \ A Full and Complete Linb of DRUGS ON HAND PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED. t, f f : A

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