Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on May 29, 1896 · Page 8
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Champion Sale . The greatest of all great sales that has ever been held in Logansport is now going on at THE GOLDEN EULE. The semi-annual occasion on which we throw down the gauntlet and defy all competition to watch our prices. You will find this store is full of plain and^convincing proofs Irhat here your Dollar buys most everything in wearing apparel for or child at unapproachably low prices. For Prices see Large Posters Golden Rule. Why not Wear the Best. The place to get the best shoes is at Wald- •sn's. Our Ladies 2Oth century Walking Shoes in both Black and Tan are strictly in it for $1.98. Our Men's dress shoes in latest style lasts are "high grade" and up $1.48 to $2 98. Our line of men's working shoes are the best value aver offered for the money 98c to $1.98. E. M. Walden & Co. 315 Fourth Street. MEflORABLE MASS flEETINQ 52nd Anniversary of a Convention at Battle-Ground. NOT THE BALL GAME Is what we wish to call your attention to. Most of the nobbiest aud swellest hats seen in Logansport have come from our store, where the stock was never so replete with novelties as now. All the newest styles to suit any taste arc here In profusion, and 'the golfers, tennis players, bicyclers, or all-round athlete can suit his fancy from the most fanciful. Our new straws are dandies. • flORRIS FISHER THE HATTER. WHEEL TALK. The latest invention for the benefit of Mcycle riders Is the vulctmizer. The valcanizer Is a machine In which, *fcrou£b a certain process, worn and oersted tires that have hcre-to-foro *ieen beyond repair, can be made goofl as-new. This Is 'done by vulcanizing raw rubber Into the defective pai-ts. In -3>o past when bicycle tires became burstcd, they, had to be thrown and now tirea substituted, neces- aliatlng one of the greatest expenses of •the bicycle. This, however, is done awny with the iaveutiou of flic vul- eaaizer. The Bursinan Cycle Co. late- ij? received such a machine and are in position to mend any rubber goods Uiat have been- considered : beyond repair. "We vulcanlxe every day.- \Call at our •tore iuid see us do It. •" . Xn -our repair shop the brazer is u 9-trj- useful tool. We are -so equipped tliat we can do the very tinest of work in this particular Hue. • ' " "-Then yon journey on your wheel carry a kodak with you. For sale only 2rp tac Burgman Cycle Co. Uotice io the Ladies, .Crhave eatubllslied uiy office in the St. 3TUuo building and ladies who are suf- 3criag from eczema, wrinkles, freckles, fttler and excess redness of skin, to •those who purchase one bottle of Ma- Uttm StrlBghMn's face- bleach are cn- •tttlttl' to one free treatment for face for the next two weeks. Superfluous Imir -and birth marks arc treated successfully. All ladies and gentlemen are In- T«C<? to call and see me. Catherine Stringta, DERMATOLOGIST. Watches For Japanese Heroes. 'The Japanese government has placed orders for 18,000 watches^ not to cost more than $2.50 each. They are to be distributed among the oiiieers and men who distinguished themselves hi the laite war, and are to 'talcs the place of tlie medal* usually awarded at the close of national hostilitius.-REAU . OTTO'S OFFER.- Yasterday John W. Wimniei 1 of Burne:Uville was ati honored guest at the mansion of .Tndgu Horace P. Bidrtle on the Island. He 'came to visit his aged friend, and to talk- over old times witii hi;n. Yesterday was the anniversary of a nota-blo event in the 1 lives of botlrtlicse honored pioneers.- 'Fifty-two-years ago. May 28r.h, a mass convention- was-held at Battle Croiiud. At the-meeting Mr. Wlinuioi' and Jmlge Biddie were prominent. Judge Biddle was upon the plat-, form along with Caleb B. Smith, Joseph L. Marshall; 1 Olivet 11 IT. Smitli, Richard Thompson, Sam'l'W. Parker, Albert II. Whiff. Henry.S. Liiuo. and other jiolilt- cians of the rlimv Of the array of ability on tlie rude platform at tliat Aviiipr gathering, all are long since dead, but "Dick". Thompson of Terre Haute, ami .linlKL- H. P. Biddle. rhe Seer of the Wa- basli. At tlie time of the coiivi'iition. fifty-two years ago, .fudge Biddle was the Glay eli'Clor-l'rom Hiis Cougres.sioua! district. On that 1 , 1 occasion there were- present soldiers of l:lie Revolution, the war of 1812. and jneii who had taken part in tlie battle of Tippecaiiie. These heroes have all been dead for many years. Only the two eminent ckteens named are yet living. ;May Messrs. Thompson. Blddlc- and Wimiucr.• see many more annivers.ii'les of the big meeting at Bat.tla Ground,..nnd l '-, ; niay- many fnvure nice tings lie enjoyed. bj Miem. . •' READY'' TO RACE Scorchers Will Try to Break the Twenty-Five-Mile Record. FOR THE STATE HEETrNG. The W. C. T. U. Will Raise,.<Rund to Care for Its Delegates. This Watch and Chain FREE with Men's Boys' and Children's Suits and Shoes or ...'•• The WATCH With Suit. The CHAIN With Shoes. Otto Kraus "Of Course" WAIT FOB PROF. . HIRSHBERG. Do not trifle with your eyesight, but consult Prof, nirscuberg, tlie recognized New York Eye Specialist, or one of his staff, wlio will be In.Logansport at the'store-of his agent, D. A, Hauk, May 25th to 30 inclushp- 'Eyes examined free of cliarga. All arc Invited to-call mid consult tlis noted eye, ear, uose and throat scientist :it the Murdock hotel Monday, Juno. 1st until June "th. f .' ; :/ : '"•-. The W. C. T. U. liohl its-regular meet ng Wednesday afternoon tit elm Hoim > for t!ie Friendless. It was decided to Make a banner tor -the Iiogansport lodgcf and Mesdnmos Gi.lTe, Barker ami Allen were appointed us a committee to provide It. Tlio Dower mission will oceui the 9tli oC-.Tntie wueu till those who can qonveuicutly 1'nrnlsli' ' flowers ,'irc eshid to do so. Tlie flowers are Sunt :o the sick.-to the .hospitals and to all whoso weary lives will, lie cheered-by heir presence. Those who can are requested to briDff-.poUed flowers, Lmt poqucta will lie gratefully received. They should.be delivered to Mrs. L-y mwtord on the raoi'Qins of June Oth One more inniiite was admitted matinj: ,1 cofa) of six inmates nt the Home for the Friendless. It: was decided-to-have "coffees" every two weeks to .help out tlie fliinnces ot-the-W. C. T. U. which will be a.t a (srcat exjicnse cntertniulns fhc quests ivho-wllJ.be here-to attend the State convention of that organization which wiil be held in this city fMi:i Oiitobev -23 to 27. ' '• • . ' THE BAND CONCERT, Pleasing Program Heard by riany Hundreds. '• . • • - r . Many hundreds of people were withiu the sound'of the excellent'music of the Military baud last n'Jght all through the program,, which was well chosen and well executed. Young and,old were out to bear, the nmslc, thns-sho\yJ-ng how 'popular the open air concerts are. sure to become If continued all summer, , • The people walked .up and down or stood iii groups, without' notlclug, .the. evening's chill, .until, the: last number was .played, TJie.most.pleasing feature .was a.tronibone solo by,Jos. Rembuscb, "The Message.",..:, . ..•,..-. •;' There has,been some discussion of the music .tjuestloij In. connection .with, the Logausport , ,commencement*- tonight. There wiil be no..orchestra, iilthough null)}'.-favored .having one.. ' -: ., All are Invited to.c:iU ; .a'nd CDnsult.the- noted 'eye, .ear, nose'.;nnd throat.scientlst' at .the.'Murdock.hotel .Monday,' June" 1st; until June 7th. STARTERS IN THE RACE Wheelmen -Will Join in Memorial Day Parade. • Everything U in readiness fur Uie bicycle nice.'!! tomorrow with '.he exception of a-few little details. Tiu'se will he completed tills evening find when rhe morning dawns .it will 11 ml seventeen riders ready for the start of the twenty- live mile road race. Following are the entries'In this race: C. .A. Sdiaff, Simr Uspenard. Fraiik Skinner, Dan Clo.-son, Charles Enyart, W. T. Konlluld, Loisiusporr; W. L. Siov- er.iSouth Bend; Herbert Emsley. -Tolni McDan-iel. W. C. Runyan. C. E. Cole- niai],:.-Mnrion; Reese Deal. Wab.isir; Allen Sclmeger. Cli-rist Byler, Huiitiugton; Fred Coy, Win. -Edsell.'Hartford Ciry; J, C. Muse. Frank for I. '•'There'arc a number of riders eutored In tills race who have never ridden in a contest, and-it will lie necessary to give these- some advantage over the experienced' Mien. The handieappors. of the race will take care that all the contestants are given as near an equal show as possible. Dr. N. AV. Cady, C. W. B.urginan, Walter Lewis, Otto Cline L. W. Pilling will arrange the handicaps this evening. The race will star:; from the Riverside Cycle Club quarters al; Sixth street and Broadway: down. Broadway to Eel River avenue; Eel Iiiver avenue to Market, street; and across the river, np the river on Front street to the Third si-rest: bridge, and out. Nortli Third street past Michael's .college to Royal Center. The tiini at Ko.ya) -Center will be made iroinid tlie.public square and roniruing the racers will cyme down College Hill, icross tlie Third street bridge to North street; up Nort'n street to Ninth, South on NJ'iith street to Broadway. West in Broadway tu in front of Kroe- it Strain's csraWUhinenf, wlicro Hie iuish.will be made. Tlie distance over route descri'bed is just twenty-five niles, as measured by a cyclometer. It, E, '/Aim, of JJimi & Co., is clerk-of lie comae :ind will have asslslants nt n-nry'iurn to see that the riders go tht 'ii.ll distance, U. L. Cliue will start tlie •ider-s: tin- judges are Ed Whitfleld. J. ). Ferguson and Frank Stukey; referee. W. Pill-In?: timekeepers, Charles .>yki!inan. WjHIiim Grallis, Bert Tom- liiisoir. seorei'. Charles Grant; umpire. 0. D. Howe. It: is expected that tlie road race will lie finished liy- 10:30, In time for the wheelmen to join'in the Memorial Day parade. In the :il'renioou the races »t the driving park will attract the crowd. Following are the races and entries: Xovi.ee race—Claire Ray, Hurry Os- imrn. Edgar I,. Pcnn. C. A. Schaff, Will Dunn. Dave Weaver, Sain Lispenard. Dan Closson. Oscar Hinriek, Fay Chappelow. Transport: .Owen Sterritt. E. D. Burlrerl-. Mar.ion; William Ed?ell, I-iartt'oi'tl City; F..Hess. Loganspor!. One-fourth mile open—Harry Osbiirn, Nortli and East, South and West, Living now in Peace and Rest: To the Stars aud Stripes wo bow, 'Gainst .ill foes milled now. o= Today and Tomorrow, May 29 & 30. Any Lady making a purchase at our store, wii be presented with a beautiful Souvenier, appropriate for Decoration Day. Our Closing Out Sale Still at Full Blast. HARRY FRANK 313 Fourth Street. I Am Showing - the Finest line of Spring Suitings That Was Ever Seen in This City. P. J. HOOLEY. 418 Market Street. BAlDWIN DITCH CASE. Cass Circuit Court Decision Mas Been Affirmed. Will Diinu. Dave Weaver. Frnnk Skinner, I.ogansport: .F. S. Oolemnn. Owen Stcrritr, E. D. Burkett. C. B. Gorby, Marion;- Allen'•Scluiegcr. Christ Byler, Huutington; J. C. Must-, Frank tort: .7. B. Campbell, South Bend. One-half-mile open—Will-Dunn, Sam LLspeuard. Frank Skinner, I.ogauspon; l;\ S. Culeuian. Owen Storrltr, E. D. liin-kctt, C. B. Gorby, 'Marion: Alk-u Schneg-er, .Christ Byler, llunt.ington; .T. C. Muse. Frankfort; .T. B'. Campbell. South Bwid. Oue mile open—C. A! Scliaff. Sam Lis- punard, x l"rank Skinner, Logansport; S. Colemau, E. D. Burkett, C. ,B. Gorby, Marion: Allen Sclmeger. Christ Byler, Ilunriiigloii: .T, C. Muse. Fraukfort; -T. B. Campbell- South Bend, •Ri\-orsido Cycle chit) haiidicay—Clai.re M. Rjiy. Harry Osborn. C. A. Schnff. Will Dunn.-Da^e Weaver. Sam J!.l?pen •ml;-Frank Skinner. Pan Clo?sou, Oscar Him-lck. Fay Chappelow. Charles E'n- varf, I^ogansport. The case of Geo. W. Poiuidstoue vs. Job L. Baldwin er al, was up in the Supreme court yesterday. 'The decision of the Cass circuit court in favor of Baldwin, et al. was allirmed. The decision of was handed down by Judge Monks, as follows: (1) A proceeding to straighteii deepen aud tile an old drain is under Section 5.022, 5,030, K. S., ]S!M, which does-not require petition signed by a, majority of the resident laud-owners. A NEW FAD. A Novelty in Watch Guards Made of the New Shades In Leather. Oue of the very latest things In gentlemen's watch chains of guards Is made of leather. They are very hand- •oiae and unique. They are made J.n many different colors, embracing all the new shades. That tiiey are a great favorite with the gentlemen goes without saying; and especially-is It so with the bicycling public. A little Dickie-plated buckle Is used to attach them to the clothing (2) The taking of private property j an a also to the watch Authorized by 'the drainage laws of this • 'State is a taking for public use .and not for private use. (3) The fact that. :i land-owner who has iiot seen fit to appeal or was not properly notified of a drainage proceeding docs not virialc the same as to those who were notified. WRECK CREW TO ST. LOUIS. Vandalia Officials at This City Accompany the Workmen. The-VuiHfciliu officials jif this'point lel't ycstisrclay moi-uing with the wrecking train and crew for Hie sceue of the disaster at St. Louis. • Of the party were Superintendent Hutch, Chief Engineer I-Ie'ndricks, Supei-iateiulent of Bridges ind BuiUHnss Finch,'ami Roa s d'Super- visor Boweu.. All of-the carpenter and bridge force was ordered to be in readiness to 'so at .a moment's.- notice, and were on duty at the station nil day yesterday; waiting for orders, . The Hon.. S. P. ; ' Slieerin ;nniTOwly escaped- lieliip in the ill-fated .city at the time'of the storm.; He had Intended f,* .to 'St." Louis Wednesday to look it ,the,Bepu.blicau convention hall and 'xaniiiio the 'conveu'lences for', sea (lug delegates, the ' aceonimod-ations 1 of tlie press .reporters, and other details. 1 For- uuaiteJy a business matter claimed iris iteutlou ami. lie >.-'escaped-a possible fleath;.-;ns i 'the'.coaveutlbn..:hali was par-, iallv cicstabj ccl i REV. J. C. KAUFFMAN. Will Preside at the Beta Theta Pi Banquet at His Alma Mater. The Beta Theta Ti fraternity orWU- 'ti.-nbersr college, Springfielil, Oliio. is making arrangements to tender a complimentary banquet'to Judge Grosseup oC Chicago, who will deliver the pravion at the commor.cemcm oxercises of that ftollego. The Judge L< a graduate of the college, being classmate of the Eev. .r. C. Kruiffiuian of ihi.s'fiiy. The Eev. Mr. Kaiiffiiiaii also shared a room .wilii tlio .Tnilgc for :i time, and has been lioii- ored by the fraternity by receiving an invitation to preside. . He and Judge Grossc'up liclonged lo the class of '72. and thereby avoiding the danger of losing yonr watch while on the wheel. These guards are being presented to Line Filling's customers with shoes. Tilling the up-to-date shoe man makes it a special point to always do as much, if not a little more for his customers than does any of liis competitors. Ereo .watch guards and free shines with every pair of shoes.—Pilling, the Shoe man, 432 Broadway, Logansport, Ind. - Columbia bicycles are the best. To ride a Columbia Is to buy one. They . sell themselves.—I.Inc Pilling, agent, -112 Broadway,' . DON'T NEGLECT YOUR EYES. The Hlrschberg Optical Co., of New York, have completed arrangements to have Prof. Hirschberg, or ouo of his staff,' visit their agent, D. A. "auk, May 25 to 30tb inclusive and examine eyes of all wlio are In need of glasses. This will be a rare opportunity for all who are suffering from defective vision to have'their eyes scientifically examined and corrected. The Professor comes here wholly In the Interests of the Hirschberg. Optical Co., and will stop with D. A. Haub where may be found a full Une of Hirschbarg's spectacles and eye glasses. All oculists and physicians everywhere pronounce ID their favor, and all who -use them.are.-only too glad to testify to their clearness, durability, .comfort and ease they give to the ej-es, even on tlie most 'difficult work. Consultation free.' Lyman P. Walter, M. D.,, the noted eye,-ear, -nose-and throat scientist from Chicago,, will be at the..Mimlbek-hotel. from June 1st until, June 7t To The Ladies This is the season of the year when the unpleasant but necessary work of house-cleaning claims the attention of tlie housekeeper and not a little de» pends on the appearance of your lace curfciJns as poorly done-upcurtain*spoil the effect- of a well-furnished home, quicker than anything else. We have experienced help In this class of work who do nothing else and we know we can give you perfect satisfaction. We are also making a speclaJty this year of laundering shirt waists, being the , only firm In the city, using machinery exclusively for the purpose. We will appreciate your patronage. Campbell Bros. 429 Market St. STOP! READ. LOTS FOR SALE. , In fflRhland Park. Gamer's Addition; In John.. . H. JolmKon'fl Hast End Addition: ID Maple Grove p. .M. Aloore Addition; In Drills Addition;--!!!'? McDcwfli'a Addition; Ja Woodland Addman; £},-'. LaKoBl Addition. . . ' • : ^

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