Pji^psji^ Opening Cloak Bargains! "- FOR SEPTEnBER - •- "*' Logansport's Strongest, Largest and Best C loak Department. : ; c -; The leading cloak house first on the backs of the people. ; Tuts weeks' opening of the September selling means money In the pockets of b'ur 'customers that wouldn't be there if the cloaks were bought eliewher'e. 75 elegant Keraey oloth;Capes, nicely braided, for opeuinff Sale, 200 Fine double and tingle Capes, nicely made trimmed, |3,35, $4.48, $5.48 and $0,00 all These well u orthidouble the price. ISO Ladles' welruiade and stylish Jackets, with the new sleeve and collar, only $8.48 !?3.00 Ladles' Jackets made of Meltoi, Beaver, Bouole and Novelty Rough Effects, worth $15.50, In this sale :... $7.48 AJio a good lln'e of Jackets at $5,00, £''. 50, $8.50 and $10. . • . '' Call and take a look. THE GOLDEN RULE. THE GLOBE. Is the money saving Institution of Logansport. It lightens the expenses• yt living, by lessening the cost of necessities. New Fall Goods magnificent to volume, variety and beauty received bought direct from the manufacturers, paid for all discounts saved, and to be sold at price that credit houses can't match. The store jammed full of 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 worth $0.00, our price $ 3.50 75 Men's black, blue finished worsted worth ?S.6o, our^prlce C.OO 100 Men's plain and fancy casslmere 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. 100-Boy's suits all colors, good fitters from 14 to 19 worth .$5.00, our price 3.50 70 Boy's black, blue, and fancy cheviots, well trimmed and made, worth $7.50, our price - C.OO 185"Boy'.3 black, blue, and fancy imported worsted equal to custom ' work, worth $10.00, our price '.. 7.50 SCHOOL SUITS. 100 Tweet? 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 0.00 Knee pants, ages 4 to 15, special lot v . 15 All wool Scotch cheviots worth 50c, our price .35 Corduroy, all colors, worth 75c, our pr Ice '... .50 • Remember our stock is all new and we have all up-to-date novelties SMlonr goads are marked fa plain figures, strictly one price. No Mtsrepre- pf!i»ntation, come, see for yourself aud be convinced what we say are facts, THE GLOBE. Strictly One Price Clothiers. CORNER FOURTH AND MARKET STREETS. NOT HON. H. B. SHIVELV., Hon:'-''B. ;'F. Democratic is -Wie 'nmn PROTECT YOUR EYES. The Hlrchberg Optical Co., ° The well-Known Specialists of New York kava Bppolnte O. A. H AUK as agent for their celebrated Spectacles and Eje ttlasnes, ever; pair guaranteed. . D. A, HAUK has complete assortment and Invite* all to satisfy themselves of the great superiority a! thine gooisover miy manufactured, at the store of D. A. IUOTC, Sole agent lor LoganspottInd. No Fritters Supplied. Me Was Never Known to Hold Up to Ridicule Any Sect. W-abasih Plaindealor: A number of tl:« news-papers -throughout . the State Li quoting Hon. B. F. Sbively's. Peru .T.-eeeh In which he remarked that all il:u "hooked-nosed Shylocks from Jerusalem, to OimiM n.re in favor 'of the srol'd. standard," charged Hon. H. .B. Shlvely with making the remark. Tib-is is altogether wrong. No person has ever heard Judge H. B. .Phlively' denounce or liokl up to ridlcr.le. any sect.' r.-i.ce or .mitionialltiy. Sih.ivoly, of Sout.h Bejid, candidate .for govc"jwr, wi'.io miHle the remark. Ca-ptailn Diivid Marks, of this city; 1 wrote to Mr. Sh/i-vely hist Friday rc- Kardiiug his utterance on t'Ue occasion mjen-tloned. The wily politician 'replied 'thai 'lie h'.-ul been misquoted. -'That what lie said on Win* occnsTOri was ""All this Im.i-p-uosel Morgan Sliylocks on thcl -way. from Jerusalem lo Jericho," etc, Mr. Sluivoly quotes his own re- umrks-from "memory," Tlie Ind'kihap- olis SwitineJ in speaking of the now somewhat celebrated speech, quotes him «s saying, "All the sharp-nosed Morgan Sliylocks .from Jerusalem to Jericho, are In favor of the gold standard," while some of 'the local Popo- cratic polI-Wc'lams state tha : t he simply H.iid, "AM the Shylocks from Jerusalem to Omaha," etc. It will be difficult to get two of the niutoxxritios to agree on wtonit was sold. They ertdentty forgot to counsel one wiiti one auotlier. ',• .'. However 'the friends of the Popo- cratic candidate for governor -mniy distort Ms remarks on the occasion mentioned, Jt is sincerely hoped that they will des.ist from laying rne cliftrge of t!he shameful' utterance at the door of Hon. H. B. Shlvely, of .Watmsfo. , ; : IN OUT TOWNSHIPS. ' :r ,'K If?'**'"'' : •':'!' ' QpodrSound-Dollar-neetings Last -. , ! Night. Senator Boyd spi l:o last night to a good turnout of tii • citizens of Young America and that, neighborhood. It was .a typical .sound money gathering, respectful In Its attention and seeming desire ,to .lu.isa none of the points, and full of enthusiasm as the hits were made by the eloquent and ready speaker. The room was filled, and there were .'(iiany' former Democrats , In the audle nce'.>. At Wesr.Sand Ridge school house In Noble township the seats were nil tak- oriand many, stood around the walls to 'hear .the 1 doctrines of honest money pre- .sferited:' -Capt. Frank Swlgart, Cliorles E;""Hale,;GHO. P.-McKee and Clarence Jones;wore tlio speakers. In spite of tl)e ; .meetlug of free silverltes, arranged oii.Fh.pi't^uotice for Cantor school house not fai- away, the crowd was aJl that could be cared for, and was full of enthusiasm;;. • • • It was reported that a tale had been going the rounds that twenty of the •.members of the McKinley club in that neighborhood had gone over into the Bryan' camp; A complete denial of tills story was authorized, and It was .added, that In Noble township, eighteen "Democrats., have become members of the McKinley club quite recently. This is a fact. Things are looking all 'right In Noble. ' 't.«™i CLEVELAND WON. Took a Game From the Colonels ... After a Hard Struggle. Cleveland won from the Colonels In a,hotly, contested game yesterday aud tlies Reds and the Orioles did not play. The Phillies .played a "postponed game ylth Brooklyn as'did also the Senators with.the. men from New York. As the Orioles "have a "cinch."'on tne pennant iiind Cleveland will play the Terapje CjLip. series enthusiasm will die out un- til'that, noted, series of games commences. (Following are the scores of yester 1 days games: At Louisville—Cleveland 2. , Louisville 0. • At Philadelphia—Brooklyn 10, Phil. ad'elphia 17. . • At Washington—New York 7. Washington 0. STANDING OF THE CLUBS, •: Clubs Won Lost Per Ct. Baltimore ..SO 37 Cleveland ........;,... 70 4fr Cincinnati 77 '50 Boston ...72 50 Chicago 71 57- .-Eitbrtmrg Co ' Cl .New York .'.. .02 GO ^Philadelphia 01 GO Br&oklyn ,.:..30 71 Wfisulng'ton ... 57 .71 St':Louis; v .- ..3S S8 Louisville .,,...,,.30 80 WE'RE HERE AND -: -:- HERE TO STAY. You are cordially Invited. We look for your acceptance with eager anticipation, for we are confident of your enthusiastic commendation, of our ef- forts/ We assure you that no finer stock can be found In this country, and you will agree with us that It surpasses anything ever before seen, in Logansport. We have entered this field as leaders should, avoiding the time-trod- den path, shunning the policies that have hitherto prevailed, but with un- equaled facilities and characteristic enery we have.sougbt the best, .that you may enjoy the convenience of finding here ait home those exclusive styles you have hitherto been compelled to seek in other markets. The management of all our departments is in our hands. We've bad a life long experience to guide our judgment, we know every "Fashion Inlet" and "Quality Harbor" in this aud foreign countries. Behind it are our cap!-. tnJ, our enterprise, our broadguogo methods: Such a union of tact and talent must succeed. We've gathered a stock that is arbistlcally perfect and marked at prices that -will be an agreeaible revelation to you. Bearing out the reputation that we will win for this store and your confidence. '•• Yours Very Truly, THE HUB. Berwanger Bros & Co, Successors to HARRY FRANK .700 .032 .006 .503 ,555 .510 .484 .480 .441 .449 .302 .288 SUITS TO BE ORDERED. fllSTAKEN ZEAL. $2O.OO Will Buy a SEood Winter Suit OF- IW. D. CRAIG. 436 Broadway, Second Floor. The McK'Mey Glee club will go to Xnccrne'ton iglit. -.Orders taken today for new fall style !".«orts.—Trade Palace. Chocolate pots; special sale; 75 each. —Fox & Dmikelberg. Only seven more days-until the Col- nbla cigar $25 guess comes off. ,- . ' Bom to Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Adams Jrf Chicago, a son: Mrs, Adams former- in i'h'e ei-ty. " '" Onlly -siiven days -more for a guess. 'tJ>3 $25 prize.,,Buy a Colurabla nd get a coupon! The trolley pole on -one^of :0he sum-. ner cars';was pulled off aight before fist bj being caught, on one of .the. at the Fifth street switch. The. af»roners:,were frlghteiicd' .considerar y, but the'tlamage was soon repaired. See the line of -stoves; at Flaneglu's now stove store. Old.papers lor ; salo at the Journal office. 20 cents a hundred. Positively the best cup of coffee In the city at Dykemon's.,oafe. Born, 'to Mr. and MTS. John Hortou Of Bethlehem toivnslilp, a son. N«w fal'l -siyles of ready made suits.— Trade Pataice. See them totlay. No\v I'aill styles ready na-a'dc suits. See them today.—Trade Pala'eo. Call at Flanegln's ne,w stovo stx>re and see the best stoves In tire, market. J. J. R, brand mocha, and Java coffee •Cresh Friday, Sept.'2*h. 1896,-Roclier- mel. Prank Wilson displays on his bicycle the pictures of his choice candidates for the presJdency amd vice presidency. On Friday and .Saturday, Sept. 25 and 20, day «;nd evening, Mrs. Bniggema,u" win shom' a lino of ^beautlifiil trJmmed haits. ' • • Charles L. .Stewart and . Laura E. Gang^('cr were married' by ithe Rev. M. A. .Harlau Tuesday nlgh-t at 8 o'clock, at 1828 North street. . . ... •• : •Mrs. Brapgeman has a CM-cago 'trimmer. Call juid sec her line of trlm'mod hats on Friday and Saiturda.y, Sept.-25 an'd 20, day and evening. Tlw? chicken pie. social at the .First Presbyterian church last night was patronized 'by a good crowd. The social was -much enjoyed, and many partook of the unique lunch. '"•••' ' The ' members; 'o,f ;/ the Republican drum corps are requested to^b.epn hand at 11 o'clock, to make the trip to Tcrre Haute with the~cro-wd that leaves at 12:45 to attend 'the' Brooks meeting. Idaville Observer Froths at the- » .-.-,". Houth Without Cause. The, Idaville Observer tells : a cock and bull.story--of a man'from. Adams 'township,-Carroll county, •whojv'islted 'this city, on Wednesday.of last. week, and because he tried :to change a fifty- dollar .bill, was arrested -by..the police and dragged to jail, where he was subjected to the iiidigJiity of an examination on suspicion of having, attempted .to pa«s a.-counterfeit- bill. Inquiry of /-the Individual members of the police force does not disclose that the gentleman was treated otherwise than In.a proper manner, and as there was no. undue vJolence displayed In liis deten-. ; tlbn or examination, there is no call to stigmatize, the police officers of this- city AS "bloody bullies,' as the Observer does. The threat Is' made that the matter Is not ended. The Observer sa,ys: . . , . "But Ijore It does not end: Mr, Klrk- jmitrick ha« retatoed Judge Jno. H. .Gould of Delphi who will look after the affair Un proper season. It's a shame: an,everlasting shame that honorable people should be compelled to s'ubmJit to the tyranny, of. that bloody police force." •;..',-.'• The THE LADIES. ..pleasant .effect and .perfect safety with which ladles . 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 the'package.r For sole by all' responsible druggists.-'•• -.-', '•'•• ; ricKihley Escort Guards Will Haye One Hundred Uniforms It is| the purpose, of the McKinley Escort.; Guards, or Marching club, to meet often from this on for drill. The suJts : wire to be sent for today. Th membors were not measured for thi bats or coats^ as this proceeding woul* mean,«, delay that was not deemed a<l yJsable. i The uniforms are neat and at tractive,', mackintoshes) .with a smal cheek, -the ' regulation Republican "Macki"' 'and gold fedora bats, besides the- combination cane and torch. Th< committee was named at the meeting •;iast nig-ht,'when'there was a large at : tendauce,. to send for the clubs: outfit one hundred uniform coats and hats through Ferguson & Jenlts. Will Rp ;sier, Al Byers and.'Char-lcs Segner com r .poseVJ the •committee,-and" they agreed .to.get to gether at headquarters.this morning early and do the shopping for the.-club:•'•; : ,--...-.'It: is; hot; to be understood.that.be- .cause the-number of suits In tills lot : is , limited to 100 that the membership Is ;llml-ted,.as the books a.re still open for signatures. ; .' - ; , . i jo A rulevwos made-last night that the .-member r whb failed to appear for duty twice-In -succession, wlthou* affording a. gpod excuse; Should by.so doing forfeit-his "uniform !to the club. It was reported that the banner authorized Tuesday night was In course of preparation. The .next meeting of the chub will be heM Friday night at the rink, at,which' time there will be drHl under the direction of the captain. question It is only necessary to quote the Pharos. A week or ;<wo ago it had an affidavit taken from the Chicago Kecord purporting to have been .made by cue-,Tames H. Kennedy, in which" among other tilings he sa.id. "I hear It asserted that the national dc-bt is payable In gold. I brand this as utterly fa-Ise. Every dollar of thu debt, $140,000,000 is, and a'hvay has been, payable In the lawful money of that country, and we are uo.w paying our debt in Mexican silver dollars, the money of the contract-" In an article in last evening's Pharos from the New York Journal, the Jour- nal'It •will be remembered is owned by Senator Hearst, a free silver' Democrat of California—President Diaz of Mexico, is alleged to have made a statement in which he says: '.There Is another point of vfew-Tho foreign debt of the country Is payable 'in gold. The duties on Ipiported. merchandise are collected In silver, or on Mi'at basis. Tlie high rates of exchange together with the decrease In our customs collections before alluded to, have caused a considerable shrinkage Ln : this source of revenue." •Ei'ther James H.' Kennedy swore to a lie or President D1az has lied. Or, what Is much more probable,' it is all more or. less fake stuff to .deceive the public. .'-,..- ANOTHER BIO SPEAKER. Roswell, G. Horr to Address the People Friday, Sept. 25. Another speaker of national reputation is promised to address the people of Cuss 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 on eloquent speaker and his service in Congress covered a period when the greater part of the financial legislation now on the statute books-was ji:i<s..il. jiiirt he Is-thoroughly informed on the question. Maibel, the'eight-mohths-old tfaugliter of Mr. and Mrs, Joiin Beaner, died yesterday af ternoon at 1:30 o'clock ; a^;thelr •home on Melbourne-avenuCi of-braJn fever. The funeral will'We-htid Uite aifternbon ait : 2 o'clock,. Services to.be conducted : .by- the Rev.', Mr. Wones. AS [TO MEXICO. Sample of the Wild Statements of That C Popocrat Country;> ;•• i-There Iff-onejgeneral argument that .may be-taken' as; conclusive as to'con- ditions 'in 'Mexico: If free silver ha<r made --Mexico suchi : a great country-' to llye.lii. most .of!.th'e Popbcmtic party wmild have emigrated'to that clime ere tlifri. As-d'JKimp'le : 'of the deception attempted by the Popoorats are that. GAMES IN PROSPECT. Challenges Coming in to the L. A. C. Manager. Manager W. B, Lewis of the JO, A. C. is In receipt of-a letter from the manager of the Illinois Cycling Club foot ball team, asking for a game here some rime in October' or in early November. The team is a good one in every respect and last yens held some of the best^oJ- logo teams down.to a very creditable score. It is- quite likely that their challenge will be accepted. The Delphi- boys are organizing a. team and are .inxlous to iueet the ,L. A. C. eleven soon. Some of the members ,ol the L. A. C. are in favor of playing the open- Ing game with Delphi. The 1 Pastime Athletic club Is training hard and will be In fine trim in a. fetr weeks. .Republican Meetings. • $£•, Republican speakingswill 'be held at • the following places in ! Cass county: Thursday-evening,-Sept 24, Galveston, Senator Boyd. •-.-•• Thursday evening, Sept 24, Lucerne, Q. A. Myers, Geo. Funk. Thursday even tog,." September 24th, • Pleasant -Valley school house, Deer ''.' Creek township, D. C..Justice. f -t Thursday evening, Sept 24th, Shady Nook, Clay township; Orlando Powell Boswell G. Horr will speak at 2:30 p. m. Friday, Sept 25, at the rink. Ftlday afternoon, Sept 25th, Broad- y way rink, Roswell G. Horr. Friday, evening. Sept 25, Galloway school house, Jefferson township, ship, Col; Cromer, Frank! Swlgart . \ Saturday evening, Sept 26, Royal Center, Q. A. Myers, D. B. McConnell. HO! FOR CAiNTON, OHIO. The Republicans of Logansport and Cass county -wall go .to Oaatbn one day next -n-eet.; Telephone, or liamd your name .to Sol D. Bivmdt «nd as soon, as forty names are secured the full details of the excursion will be given to the public. - - POPULISTS Will go it Alone in Indiana Headquarters Opened. 'The Populists opened headquarters In English's hotel at Indlanappils yestcr- daiy and tvill moke a vigorous ftgu.t for the Bryan and Watson electors, and the State/and county tickets. Chairman Julius Roseohelner of Howard county Js in.charge of the rooms. All talk of fusion, has been abandoned, and the Populists -wiHl seek to. repair the damage done to their organization by the trickery of the Democratic State Central committee. It Is proposed to send out stirring appeals to Populists to. repudiate the-attempt'to capture the vote- for Seyail'l and the' Democratic State and : county .tickets: ;Mrs. Claude Marco, -wife of the professor, wlio had..charge of <Jie music department losit year at Michael's uni-. versify, isiiu the city, and will istruct a class in elocution this winter In Lo- ..Mabel, the eight-year-old daughter of Mr., and'Mrs. John Benner . of Melbourne , avenue, died-, yesterday,. ofter- noon-atil:30 o'clock. The.-fune'ral will be heldr.this afternoon at 2 o'clock from the residence. Services will- 'be conducted by the" Rev.. W. R. Wones. Iu- ment will.be had ; Iu Mt. Hope cetne- ery. • . > PRICES THAT TALK. .Women's Good Rubbers' 23c iWomcn's Storm Sandals 28c Men's Good Rubbers .. ....V. .36c 'Men's Arctics ...; ..;..... .5Sc Women's Arctic* ...; .".,. .4Sc 'Misses' Arctics .' " 38c Men's Overs for Felts ............98c . We -also have the 'celebrated Goodyear Glove Rubber goods. • Ko better brand of goods In. die world. Women's Kid Patent Tip Dress Shoes, Button .'.. .68c Women's Vic! Kid Patent Tip, Button .; :„..... esc 'Mei's Vclv.st Slippers ............45c Men's Buff ,8818, Plain Toe ...;.. .98c Men's Buff; Congress, Plain: Dress Toe ....-.'' .-.'.(......... .9Sc Youth's Good School Slices ...''. .' V 75e Boys' Good School Shoes ......: 98c Boys' House Slippers . .,.'45c Women's Very Fine Needle Toe and New Cola Toe, Lace and Button, Kid Dress, Shoes,. Good Value at. $2.50; Our Price era this shall be.fl.4S The above goods are all fresh • now goods, which KK arriving daJly, bought direct from-the manufacturer for cash, and'our custo'iners shall have'the benefit.:.',- •''<• •':; '. ' ".' . .-' '.-• Line W. Filling, Sbpcs,' 412 Broadway, Logansport, Ind.
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