Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on September 16, 1896 · Page 8
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 8

Logansport, Indiana
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Wednesday, September 16, 1896
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This Week's Prices Cannot be Equaled Elsewhere •Great Dress Goods Bargains. Xarge lot of Mixed Wool Novelties 30 in. wide regular price 25c a yd. Choioe of lot per yard ,...'...13^0 targe lot of Colored Wool Noveltiet in Figures and Mixtures 88 and -40 inches wide, regular price COo yard. Por.choice of lot per ya'r>3 , S9o '>.i,, large lot of Fancy Silk and Wool Novelties 40 to 44 inches wide, regular price 75o-to'85o ft yard. For choice of lot per yard ...'.'•' 48o CHILDREN'S FALL JACKETS AND Ladies Fall Capes. A Little Money does u, Big Task in this department, 300 Capes and Jackets Jackets to select from at prioes to suit tlie mass s Officer Sees Fishermen at Work--Captures Ten. IN CARROLL COUNTY Net and a Seine are Secured—They ;"" >; Were Wholesale Fishers. SCHMITT & HEIN.LY; THE QLOBE. Is the money saving institution of Logansport. It lightens the expenses of living, by lessening the cost of nece ssitios. New Pall Goods magnificent in volume, variety and beauty received bought direct from tho manufacturers, paid for alt discounts saved, and't o be sold at price that credit houses can't match. The store jammed full o C clean, sparkling new -goods, which will please everyone who sees them. We await your verdict. HEN'S SUITS 100 Men's plain and fancy cheviots wortli ?C.OO, our price ............ ? 3.50 75 Men's black, blue finished worsted worth ?S.OO, our price .......... 5.00 100 Men's plain and fancy casslmcrc worth ?10.00, our price ........... 7.00 100 Men's black and blue imported clay worsted worth ?15.00, our price 10.00 BOY'S SUITS. $5.00, our 3.00 3.00 Boy's suils all colors, good .Ottcrsfrom 14 to 19 worth price '79 Boy's black, blue, and fancy cheviots, well trimmed and made, worth $7.50, owr price ISO Boy's black, blue, and fancy imported worsted equal to custom- work, worth $10.00, our price SCHOOL SUITS. 100'Tweed suits, good fitters, well made at $1, $1.50, worth $2.00 and..$ 2.50 Boy's Scotch Tweeds, newest fall patterns ?2.50, ?3.00 and ?3.50,worth $4.00, $5.00, and G '°° Knee pants, ages 4 to .15, special lot All wool Scotch cheviots worth 50c, o ur price ..._ .35 Corduroy, all colors, worth 75c, our: price 50 Remember our stock is all new and we have all up-to-dato novelties all oar goods are marked in plain figures, strictly one price. No Misrepresentation, come, see for yourself and be convinced what we say are facts, THE CfLOBE. .Strictly One Price Clothiers. CORNER FOURTH AND MARKET STREETS. . , $2O.OO Will Buy a €ood Winter Suit OF- W. D. CRAIG, 436 Broadway, Second Floor. He Has No Rival. The Leader of German Comedy Chas. A. Gardner, "KARL" In His Grand Comedy "FATHERLAND" DEL. A, SMITH, Sole Manager. .Large and Brilliant Company. "All Speclai Seeucry Carried. New Comedy Scenes. Beautiful aod Catchy Music. : Now Tyrolean Dances. . Karl Gardner's Latest Songs: "THE LILY'. Song, Kttrl'n Invitation, Bnccluu and Wine, Soap Bubnta, Bobolink, German Swtll, Spinning Wheel, Alpine • • Ohoraaefl THURSDAY SEPT 17. Trices 75c, 50c, 33c, and 25c. Scats on ualo.at Johnson's Drugstore *~Road the ad,'of the Golden Rule. Mrs, Robert Rodabaugh has recovered from a long illness. • . Wanted.—A servant at 210 Eighth street. Must come well recommended. No washing or ironing. Disease attacks the weak and deblll- • rated. Keep yourself healthy and strong by taking 1 Hood's Sarsaparllla. The W. C. T. U. medal contest will jje held- at the Broadwny M. E. ichurcli Friday evening at 7:30 o'clock. Joe Warner, the four-year-old sou of Mr, nud Mrs. Warner, who Hire opno- si-'tc the Barnett 'hotel, fell 1'rom a gate post in front of the residence yesterday,morning and was severely injured. After the parade tonight go to the DQlau & McHale hall and dance with tlie Eastend Pleasure club. Good music and an enjoyable time promised to all. .Wljac 'three-year-old son of Jesse Pow- leh of the Westslde, is suffering severely with his throat, the trouble result- lug from a small dose of carbolic acid taken unknowingly. "The hotel runners of the city must renew their licenses today. The law will from, now on be strictly enforced. •Badges must be worn. The amount of the license 1* $5 annually. The police say that tho I'imners will remain flf- teen.feet from the train wli'lle hustling for 'business. How are Your Kidneys?.I have taken one box of Dr. Hobbs Sparagus Kidney Pills and tliey have done me good. Enclosed you will find 50 cents; for wMcU> please send me another box by return mail., Mrs. Lillian Claugh, Ver- sh'Ire, Vt. For sale in Logansport by Ben Fiisher and John F. Coulson, druggists. Tlio McKJuley Glee club pleasantly serenaded The Journal last night after tho meeting at. Young America, The work being douo .by-these harmonious campaigners is appreciated. They have catchy songs, and those ' who have iieard them cnn' testify, tlna't they are excellently sung. . Tho glee, singers never-stand back when there is work •to be done for tihc '.cause of Republican- • 1st, 1 Republican Meetings. Republican speakiugswill be lield.fli the following places In Cass county.: . Thursday evening, Sept. 17,.Walton, Geo. W. Steele, D. B. McCouuell,- Claud Bishop. ;• Friday evening, Sept. 18th, 'Shady Nook school house, Clay township,:. C). A. Myers. Friday evening, Sept. IS, •. Center school house, Washington township; Geo. W. Stcclc, D, C. Justice .Geo. Walters. '; Saturday cveiilug, Sept 10, Twelve Mile, Geo. W. Stucle, Geo. Funk, Mayor McKee. Saturday evening, Sept. ]Oth, -Hazel Patch school house, Bethlehem township, Harry Whistler. Monday evening, Sept. 21st, Waverly, Senator Doyd' of Noblcsvilie. Monday evening, Sept '21, Waverly/ S. T. McCouuell, Mayor McKee. Tuesday evoniug. Sept. 22d', -YouHg America, Senator Boyd. :' Tuesday evening,'. Sept. 22d, Fox Den school house, Jefferson township,,Q. A. Myers, Tuesday evening, Sept. 22, Clymers.. D. C. Justice, AY. T. Wilson. . •Wednesday evening, Sept. 23d, Walton, Senator Boyd. Wednesday evening, Sept. 23. ..West' Sand Ridge school bouse, Koble town- S, T. McCouncll, Frank Swlgart. Thursday eveuiug, Sept. 24, ! Galveston, Senator Boyd. Thursday evening, Sept. 24, Lucerne, Q. A, Myers, Geo. Fuiik. Thursday evening, September .24th, Pleasant Valley school house, nD'eer, Creek township, D. C. Justice.; Friday afteruoon, Sept. 25th, Broadway rink, Roswell G, Horr. Friday evening, Sept 25, Calloway school house, Jefferson township, ship, Col. Cromer, Frank Swlgart. Saturday evening, Sept. 20, Royal Center, Q. A. Myers, D. B. McCdnnell. ONLY TWO WINNERS. .? Cleveland and Chicago Tied in a Hot Game. Rain Interfered sadly with the most- of the gn-mcs of-base -ball yesterday, but three being played, two of; which counted. Cleveland played a tie with Chicago and neither Baltimore jor-.Cin- cinnati were out. Following are. the scores of the games played yesterday:At Cleveland—Chicago C, .Cleveland C. ,. ' At Washington—Brooklyn.' 1, 'Washington 4. '•' • : At Louisville—St. Louis 12, [Louisville 14. , STANDING OF THJ3 CLUBS. •: Clubs Won Lost PerCt.' Baltimore 85' 35 : .'.70S Cleveland 75 45 ; -025 Cincinnati 73 4S i ..-.COS Chicago ......'• 70 65 •' ;560 Boston 67 .55 j .:.549 Plttsburg 63 5Z>. • ;523 New York 00. '62 .492 Philadelphia 50 02.' i '.488 Brooklyn 55 GO ' .'455 Washington 53 69::-! :434 St. Louis .....37 871., ,: : '. : 29S Louisville' 34 . SO • ; ':,-2S3 MARCHERS WILL JOIN.j The McKinley Marching club; ..met last night at Republican headquarters';', with one hundred members present..It: was tho uight for the taking of incase iires for thO'Clug uniforms, and sixty-, nine so far have ordered the handsome: arid durable mackintoshes, and .the other, articles that.make up the costume of sound money adherents.: The club voted to accept the kind invita" tlon of the Railway Men's -Sound. Money club, and-wlll'mareli in "the par- ado tonight before the Brooks meeting; Those who join the line of-march will meet at headquarters, this evening at- G:30 .sharp. •••''.'• •Mrs. Euritt'of• State, street 'enter-, tallied a party of friends Monday evening.'. 'Refreshments were served, ; and all enjoyed a very pleasant evening. -{vVnother raid was made on the law- $6s'(?- 1 'DSlienm.>u who frequent: the river "-thi! '•neighborhood of Georgetown ^erdny • afternoon about 5 o'clock. Won liifTiermeu, a. trammel net 105 feet " ' • ' ' ,nfc .'and a seine the same length, ;Avei'o : '.captured. Yesterday morning the,Vliuii commissioner was informed that a iiiinibar of mtn were unlawfully raiding 'the river above Georgetown, -but-found it impossible to go dowu. Yesterday afVL-rnoon about 2 o'clock lie started to drive down. When ho arrived in the uuijTliborliood lie was uot long in locating the Ia.w-broa.kers. They had with thorn a farm wagon u-h'lch They evidently intended filling before tliey ceased their work. .When he lirst'slghted.them they were busily engaged iu seining; so ho shadowed them .for half an hour,'and when they anna to shore, put the m under arrest. Tiicy proved to be prominent fii.rim;rs of Ca.rroll county who live in the neighborhood of Burrows station. They were Frank K. Qniiiu, George W. WtiiLsiiiith. David Reprcglo, William Ciraiidstii.il. William IT. Albert, Henry H'ariik-k, John Dixon, Enoch Noble aud Henry Cronk. The commissioner first •suggested taking them to Delphi and putting them in jiiil, Jis it was iu Carroll coiinry I hey were, caught, but at l-hii? suggestion a number of them asked the privilege of seeing •their families before being lauded iu iiic county bastile, so when all of them agreed t() meet the officer in Burrows next Monday morning and plead guilty to seining, they wore released upon their own recognizance. The farmers were very bold iu tliir lawless fishing as the f.-ito of the fishermen whose seiue was captured In that neighborhood a te\v weeks ago. should have been an example for them. The fish commissioner deserves credit for his work. The lish the prisoners • had caught 'they were allowed to keep. They had two boxes about 30 inches square ami 12 inches deep filled with cleaned tlslt, aud a two bushel grain sack filled with bass. The re.ison-sucli a desperate effort is being made to stop unlawful ti.-shlng is that, the government has promised that when it is suppressed the streams in this neighborhood will be stocked with t\vo millions of salmon, and then everybody will-'bo able to en tell all tliey want. Public Invitation. You are Cordially Invited to Attend the Opening of the ., . . Hub Clothing Co., Successors to HARRY FRANK THURSDAY EVENING, SEPT. From 7 to 9 o'clock. The Military Band will discourse music during the evening. A Souvenir given to everybody. Messrs. George Lucy and D. C. Climar our salesmen will assist us in ushering and would be pleased to see their friends. Very Respectfully,, Berwanger Bros & Co, 314 Fourth Street. SOUND MONEY SPEAKERS. Indianapolis News: Rutus Magec, of Logansport, who resigned from the silver Democratic State committee last week, will speak to the people of his ou-n city, under the auspices of the :Sound Money State committee, Sep- 1 tember 23. It had been proposed to send .him, to Ft. Wayne, but ho preferred to make life first, speech at home. II: has beeu definitely fixed that James T. Brooks, Second Vice President of the Pennsylvania Railroad company, will 'make three speeches !u the State this 'week. To-morrow night he will speak 'to the railroad employes at Logansport. Thursday uight he will- come here at the invitation of the Keystone club, which is composed of employes of the Peuusylvauia system. All the other railroad clubs l.n the city will be the guests of tho Keystone club that night. Tlie meeting wJll be in Masonic hall. Friday uight Sir. Brooks will speak to the railway employes at Richmond. BROOKS MEETING Railway Men Finish Preparations —Are Satisfied. GOOD WEATHER HBANS A Surprising Turn Out of Sound Honey Men. ANOTHER BIG .SPEAKER. Roswell Q. Morr to Address the People Friday, Sept. 25. Another speaker of national reputation Is promised to address the people of Cass county before the end of the month. Roswell G. Horr of Michigan, has-been secured .to make an address at the rink on Friday afternoon, September 25th, Ex-Congressman Horr is well known as an eloquent speaker and lite service in Congress covered a period wlien the greater part of,the financial legislation now on the statute books was passed, and he Is thorough- Iv informed on the question. ^ATTENTION RECEPTION COMMITTEE. .'The Citizens Reception comfmittcc and cl'fcizeus generally are requested to ineet. at the Barnett hotel at 1:15 this afternoou to moot Hon. J. T. Brooks. The reception will be entirely informal. J,T.'M'NA!RY, Chairman., ATTENTION .MATCHING' QLJUB. .You are ordered to meet at Republi- can'headquarters tonight nit 6:30 to take part in the' parade of the Railroad Men's Sound Money club. PRANK SWIGART, Capt. • Good weather this evening will Urin out the people. Those who are interested in the success of the first political rally of the year in Logansport, are wishin strongly for sunshine and clear skies. Rain may spall the plaas for the parade and outdoor display of enthusiasm but nothing -but bad weather will keep the people from listening to the speed of the distinguished Peunsylvani; Line Vice President, J. T. Brooks That the address will fill the expecta lions of the speaker's friends, there can be no'doubt. Preparations have been made for the parade. It Is sufficient to say that it will iu every way please. There has been no sparing of'effort in making ready for the demonstration. The Hon. T. T. Brooks will reach the city at 1:10 p. m. and the committee on reception of railway men will greet him at the station. He will be taken to the Barnett hotel, where the citi zeus" committee on reception will be introduced to the eminent Easterner. Two members of this committee will drive over the line of march with Mr. Brooks at 6:30 o'clock, just before the procession makes jts rounds and he will review tlie marchers from the bnl- couy of die Murdoek hotel. The parade will form promptly, and all taking part will facilitate matters by being on hand at'Fourth and Market streets on time. The- start will be made from Fourth and Market streets at 7 o'clock, to the dot. NOTES. No.rival silver meeting has beeu attempted for toulght, so far as lieard. The decorations along the Ihie of march promise to be general. Some very handsome designs are in course of preparation. The request is made that as .little noise as possible be made about the -opera house after the .speaking begins. Horses should be kept off the line of march. There are features of the parade that will startle the oldest inhabitant. There will be lots of redflre. This l*as been prepared according to a formula discovered by RedSre himself and wJll burn red. Tho McKlnlcy Bicycle corps will decorate their wheels with colored lights and m other ways tonight, when taey. join the procession. THE "GOLD nEDlUM? CASE fir Ferguson's Side of tlie Trouble —His Statements. The case of J. D, Ferguson against Constantino Champion, which arose over a dispute as to the ownership of •a fast horse,. "Gold .Medium," -and which was dismissed by Mr, Ferguson in the court at linporte, was not an acquittal of the defendant as was stated in an evening paper. Mr. Fergusou simply stopped tJbe prosecution for reasons best known to the defendant. The plaintiffs attorney advising him to do so in view of the fact that the family of Mr. Champion were really the worst sufferers from the dragging of the con- tost for possession ot property in which Mr. Champion had acknowV edged a forfeit of ownership, in his alleged failure to make first payment for the horse "Gold Medium." Mr. Ferguson claime that he could profit nothing, by a further prosecution of the gentleman who so earnestly pushed his claims to the horse, wulch is now in the possession of Mr. Ferguson. He alleges that the case will be re-opened and pushed to a termination if the liberated defendant again asserts his ownership of "Gold Medium," or interferes in auy way with the peaceful possession of the trotter by the present holder. CLOTHING STORE CLOSED. Otto Kraus flakes an Assignment—Victim of Depression. Residents of the city were surprised yesterday morning by the announcement of the assignment of Otto A. Kraus, the Fourth street clo.thicr and shoe dealer. Albert G. Jeakines Is assignee. Mr. Jenkincs said he thought all creditors would be paid in full. The failure also closed Mr. Kraus's Market street store. The stock in both stores is valued at about $35,000, while bank notes and book accounts lor 58,000 make his total assets $43,000, with liabilities which will probably reach" 535,000. The cause of the failure is attributed to the failure to secure a promised loan made necessary by the depression in business. It is hoped that arrangements can be made to place Mr. Kraus in a position to resume business soon. THE LADIES. TJie pleasant effect and perfect safety with which ladies may use Syrup of Figs, under all conditions, make it their favorite remedy. To get the true and genuine article, look for the name of the California Fig Syrup Company, printed near the bottom of tho package. For sale by all responsible druggists. •••••^^ CAN'T BE BEAT. When 'Quality and Perfect Shaped Shoes Are Considered. First—Our new dark brown genuine vici kid, patent calf, . trimmed lace, hand welt, • ? 4 -W Second—Our new No. 13 Savoy toe, heavy sole, kid, lace and button, school shoes, equal to many $3.50 shoes, for ?2.50 Third—Our new coin toe* calf vamp, kid top, button or lace, a nice dressy shoe for school, only $3.00 Fourth—Our new style welt shoes, excellent value, warranted, only.$2,23 Fifth—Our genuine vici kid button, new style, patent, calf,, trimmed, only .-•••, $1.50 Sixth—Our women's rnBber sandals,. which we will sell for, 19c Seventh—Our women's storm rubbers we will sell at 23c Eighth—Men's rubbers we will sell at - 29c Filling's shoe house, 412 Broadway, Logansport, Ind.

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