Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on June 23, 1896 · Page 8
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 8

Logansport, Indiana
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Tuesday, June 23, 1896
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THE GOLDEN RLJLEi EXTAORDINARY -:V -:- MARK DOWN SALE. Greatest Values of the Season, We advise Early Selections. 3000 LADIES' SHIRT WAISTS! flust Be Sold We have made Three Lots out of the Stock we offer. Lot 1. Elegant made Shirt Waists in many colors and styles. Best Bargains that we ever offered, Choice only 28c; Lot 2 This lot includes.many different colors including Linen color and varied designs such as stripes, plaids, and figured, choice only 48c; Lot 3. are very fine Shirt Waists in Lawn, Dimities, Modress, Dresden Designs such as are sold for $1.25, $1.50 and $1.75. These are all new goods, but are broken lots in sizes, choice of any 98c. Schmitt and Heinly. SHOES THAT WEAR Are the sort to buy. Shoea are not-for ornament; they arc for service and comiort. SHOES THAT FIT Are the only comfort givers. Walden sells—and they are Thcwc are the kind of shoes THE CHAMPIONSHIP. Of the Riverside Cycle Club-to be Decided. Shoes That Look Well These three qualities are essential '.n satisfaction givin shoes. The price is way down too. IVc make our goods an. you one proDt. M. Walden & Co. 315 Fourth Street. KS" ELECT Straws That Show Which Way the Wind Blows Show that lit must have blown a tremendous gate towards Fisher's, foi they have straws of all the new shapes and sizes, straws In straw color and any other color you wish piled on theii shcdves and waiting to be called "the last straw" in the newest style bought at Fisher's by every pleased resident of Logansport. Light Derby's, light nobby straw hats and jaunty handsome bicycle caps are what we have a big run on now. HORRIS FISHER - THE HATTER. WHEEL TALK. Though tie punctured his tire twice, a. R. Broadbent brought down the Jmstraltan 100 mile road record to 5:45:00, breaking the Australian record ntaoteen minutes. The American record Is 4:40:00, held by A. B. McDonnel, of Toledo. World's record Is 4:21:45 add by A. B. Walters of England. Pocket Kodaks at the Burgman fflyde Co. 5To tandem runs hard with- one's best girl on the front seat. The Fleotwlng for ladles. There are more of these wheels used In. this city than all other makes of -wheels. Love and toll-gate keepers differ somewhat. Love never asks for pny In advance. Have your bicycle insured against tbeft.. Burgranan Cycle Co., will do It. Carpet and serge slippers 32c.—Ander- son & Ban*. Born to Mr. and Mrs. John Pure-ell of Broadway, a son. JIcKliiley and Hobawt red, white and blue caps, lOc, at Otto's. We have the best low-pri-ci'd low show'in town.—Walter & Uaucli. KIC black and- tan sca-mliss socks, SV»c, ait Otto's; lOc socks, fine gage, Oc; at Otto's. Ladies' Ta.n shots including all the latest .shades, worth S4 ami $5,' A. B. 0 ami D widths, reduced to .<82.0S.-Aii- dorsoii & Raus. The Eev. C. B. Wellborn addressed au assembly of laboring men last evening at the Trade Assembly lull at the corner of Fourth and Mai'ket strceLs. Tlicro will bo a lawn fete at Bethlehem Presbyterian church, six miles north on the Michigan road, Thursday evening. 1 ' J> 1110 5. Refreshments will bo served. The third lecture of the Michael's university course will be given this aftof- nooii a-t tho chapel by the Rev. D. N. Howe, beginning at 3 o'clock. The public 'Is invited to the free lecture. Tito handicap race for the championship of the RiVL-rside Cycle : cluO will bo run at '-.he driving park this afternoon. Tlie race'is bound to be.-cscil- ing and will- develop t]uite 11 contest, as there are a ini.ml.icr of speedy riders among the members'of the club. Tbe distance is one mile, and the handicaps have bewn arranged SH that there will be 110 danger.of a ruii.'f-up^siich as: occurred iu the novice 'race oii Decoration Day. ' ' ."" '."'. : In the eveuiu^'the'clulv willgive a bl- cyc-Ic parade, wirb Clriji'ew? lanterns' anil masquerade costumes. P:»fticipatioTi.I^ not limited to uienibers'lirp in the clab. and all whoeliiie'u wiio 'wish are invited to jo-iw In the pinvMrc. Fol'Cowing ll'se- parade the club will give a social at the club house, to which' ev'wypae Is In^- vited. Admission; to the races this 1 a'fternoon is free and everyone iuteres'ted' En wheel j races Is iuvfted to see tlie contest. AT RANDOM. The society for tbe prevention of cruelly believes l.liat MM; in an" wlio whips a horse ought lo bo regulated. The .Humane society members thi-nk the being'wlio whips his wife, or wlio lays a heavy list in angry violence on a child;, ought to be taken In h.iud by stern., 1 .browed Justice. Humane teachings clahu that the beast Is entitled to food and water when It craves thorn; that a brine's endurance is uo more to be over-taxed than man's; that a horse's tall Is no more subject to dockl.ng than mail's ea-rsy";rtiat omr equine fellow citizen dosi-rves rights controlling tho position of his head, and that a check rein is -tio 'iriore iu place where it tears the iiiou-th- of a horse, than iu tlie jerking back of the uoggiu of a human being. Members of the Humane society arc not uilkLM;s;Oi.il.v. When :i lover of Immunity and mercy is imbued with Hie spirit that thrills tlie society mentioned, he does'riot hesitate to show by his actions that the workings of the organization are intensely pracrical and persist- pnt. Many a hard driver, short fueder, over loader, wife ptinfehor, child-fright- OIK-.T, lias boon brought to book and loiilt with .stringently through thu society that I* organizing it Logansport When a memljur o-£ tiic order *5ocs a horsej.n distress, with head reared high and mouth open in the ghastly smile of Invman-brcd agony, lie quickly re- lojuses the victim, lie waters the thirs- ,ty, feeds the hungry, be tlic ciker of hi.i bounty dog, horse or man. H.e prevents the hiring of little, undeveloped children to work in the mills, and provides that they shall enjoy some of ilin edo^itloiiaJ advantages of wliich the country boasts. He prevents the appearance of children OH the slage. Marvelous and Matchless Will Be Our PRICES THIS WEEK. Tremendous Reductions and JGreat Bargains Guaranteed to Everybody. This sale is not an ordinary appening—not ab. reduction in a few leading articles—but an emphatic bid to close out our entire etnck. It is an undisputed fact that times are harder and money scarcer than has been known for year?, therefore our,remarkable low prices must be a blessing these hard times to bay. $2. Worth of Goods For $l. Cash! To sell $20,000 in a few weeks demands Immense Sacrifices, but the Big Store of HARRY FRANK is equal to the emergency and can do wonders when it must. Will you all share in this public pudding. Respectfully, HARRY FRANK 313 Fourth Street.; ST PAUL'S SCHOOL. Commencement- Last Evenmg-- Holy Angels Wednesday •-..• And Thursday- The, twenty-sixth annual cnnnwsice- mcnt.qf the St.' Vincent'de- PUul;:aebool ivas held last evqirint' at the St.Vincent operetta, hall. A lirrg'e crowd assembled to witness the performance wliith was i very creditable one. Aniocg'the mini- ber.s which deserve special mention are, T.iie salutatory'by : Ma,4ter Thomas fhcerin, and a song, "Ethi-op-Krii .TingJe," by a. quartette .conrjipsed-. of Masters otimano, Ward". Wallace; and: Ultras.. The closing exercises of. the. Holy An- In Illinois the Huajva/ifc ones have said that tine baby silisiil not be taken to ride on "Mis st-a/t of .papa's bite 'handlebar, it being, shown that the practice caused rii.iury to tfte^ little one's brain, awl the hrt'M't'wiis n-o-t fa accordance wi'tl'n ideas of fiiro for.an infant. Witon 1 the society, Sears of'ar'crnel boy cutting the trtil of. it eat. in ai'A pieces; placing a kitten to toast'111 a stow oven, roWbfnpf bird's nost*. no'telilngr d'ogs' ears, nailing- a devoted, rooster's feet to a board to induce the bird to sranri while ;i wagon- J* h.itchedf'ro" Mm; plucking t&v suiic rooster alive, al-£ But the waving tail feathers*, thcae aiteotildcB having oc- ciVn-ed fa Loganjirwrt at a time uoc fa-t- in the [>;«r, it seems that action- iis necessary. and 1 tlw members begi-u to look around for young offender*. TFioce are oi.-iny things' against which tlw socl- t-ty is pronounced an! justly so- HAD LIVED IN CHICAGO. African Wild Man at Hamburg Exposition. Warrem Kigler of Wabash and John I'rior of Grant county are traveling abroad 1 .. Mr, Biglor wrote home re eontlr and g;ire the following iucidcu While at Hamburg he and John Trio ai:teiHl«I the exposition,, where ther was a reproduction- ftf the street o Cairo :rwf' the .Tapauese village, as see: at the world's- fair. There were afac t.wo or three ca.gx;s of wild men fww •the Juterwr of Africa. The occupant of the cage* were exCromely vicious aod all that preventeJ an onsttught upoi the crowfl of visitors was the heavj .iron bars m- the front of the cages Their body's were covered! with long: nair, they Invl long 1 nails on fingers am' toes and mire altogether usisrly look ing beings. Mi 1 . Prior went «p- and axldressed ffiwn Iu German, in Bis suave- manner r>ut they f;riled' to couiprelwod him Then Mr. Ki&lcr di'ew near a'nd aske( m Englislu "Were- yuu at Chicago John?" Tue Afrlau "wiM 'iuau" axWressed stopped ~slioTt iu hfs nervou* pace up xnd down iTie- cage. fw>ke<l in surprise at Mr. Bigfer and : tftcu. said, "Are you 1 from Chicago?" in very good English, and w.hen 3fr: Blgter- replied that he- Hved' near fllerc; thw "wild mnn," ol>- of l;ae fact itat tbe people were- anrt 1'lstenmg to tire colloquy THE ORCHARD. Between a *wild'maB' r and 1 an 1 English- Ari : agricurtural excTrango says- take a: \ 01 yn, mcicb- numerous inquiries nbovrt diiy-.ofl! fix>n other worlt andl speut it I America. «nd' volunteered tfic HERE THEY GO! CHOICE OF ANY SHOE IX MI- STORE FOR ?3.-lS. All of th*- things vnwd us the motives of tlie od'gtrni'/iatioi] are worthy of con- sMeriitiou a-ml' slioultf f>e taken witti nil ^erfousues*- Tlie tittups dealt with by th* socierj : are luatMns that ereryone h:M thoug-lva lie woTiftT like to handle if fie iiail. ,t5c energj- aod norrr of bis s. The •numsfters of the 1 so- <;ibty silmply Iiave tiie onorgy, and' tho TeeCDJ! of mercy for ail living creatures better- developed thau-tftc aventga. I'ni th'e oivrfiard.. Tliwue gel's academy will hold tamc.rrow:even- ^^ ^^ { ^ ^ ^^ of . ^ ng at the hall, commencing; at 1 »l:30 : I'clock nud taie ...graduating: .exercises will be lield. Thursday evening at the hour and pl.-tcc. There are five graduates. A 1VED0ING ANMVlTKiSART, Last Sunday was tlie tw'cntieth.-.-a-nnl-' versary of the wedding of 3Ir. and Mrs.. ). J. Henke, four milw sooith, uDd:»the •vent was celebrated by -a"gtran«T- diila- .erj'n which the-relatives'partfcipated. lany presents, lianidsome a-wt nsefuL i-ere given, '' •" •'• ' • ' DEATH 'OF MARK .WHITE. Mark W-blte,' age '48'years, died yes- crday morning at 2 o'clock. The funer-. I will belield tomorrow morrelngiat-lO 'clock from- the residence' at 516 •wclfth street. Services'coudueted by lie Bev. Father Campion.' : Work on the drives iu Spencer park vlll begin soon. . • \ watwsprouts- 1 t ron that he had' Rhuself b«u J.enf of Amerfea- at one tim«. tr-re almost fo the top should all' be etrt out.. 'That Targe Haiti that broite- (Town sBroiTlil 1 lie wit olt a-n-J removed'. There arc- several trees la wliich tlic ISmfis tave grown up so thickly t.lki.t you cam m)t get 1-iiiW'tlH! tree-. • Re.more- alt tb«se, they snip itfie life of -the- ti-M- arid at the- same -tiiaic renrtcr i,t mistghtry. You will find prenf.y to d'o all stay and you will be amply repaid for your labor. fl resi- • DEATH OF DAN MOORE. Danljfl E. Moore, the well-known- and popular Patthauttfe ensiceer, died Sunday at 12:1!3 p, m^ of a coroplteatiou of dist-ases,..after au illness of three months,. aged' 50 years. The deceased leavcs.a wife and two grown daughters. The funora'l ,will 1>3 held this afternoon at the residence, under the direction of tho Masonic fraternity. Services will be concluded.by Hic-Rev. D. V. Putnam Interment wJH be made In the Mt. Hope cemetery. ATTENTION RAILWAY MEN. All omhtes of i-jflwuy uvto; who -.vish io atteml tlie fssier^l of D. E. Moore this aft«rrnoon wfll meeti at the Engineers." Hatl, corner of Broadway and SixUl .streets at 2 o'trocft sharp. The funeral will t» lield front the resWenee at the- corner of Spear and Eigliteouth streons. COMMITTEE OF ENGINEERS. A\NUAI. MEETING NATIONAL EDUCATIONAL ASSOCIATION. For a bore meeting which takes place nt Buffalo, N, Y.. .Tnly TtJi to llth, ISJXf, the Wrtbash Railroad company will sell tickets .Tuly 5th and 6th- at rate of flAS for the round trip, good for continuous passage in both directions. By special arrangement tickets cau be extended to Sept. Ist. 1SO<>. For details call on or address C. G. Neivell, Ageut. NOTHING RESERVED-MEN'S AND ' WOMEN'S .?5, ?G & ?7 FINE SHOES YOUR CHOICE FOR 53.48. THIS SALE IS STRICTLY CASH- ALL GOODS MUST BE PAID FOR BEFORE LEAVING THE HOUSE. I propose to close oat all my spring and summer geods. It don't pay to carry goods over until next season. I prefer near ones, consequently this big- re- ductJO Q. Low shoes and slippers are low, awfully low in price,, but quality very high'.' Pilling, the h-nstler for business. 412 Broadway. lx>gnnsport, Indiana. To The Ladies This is- the season of tbe year when tbe unpleasant but necessary work of bouse-cteanlag- claims tbe attention of the housekeeper and not a little dfr lends on the appearance of your lace urtaln*as poorly done-upcurtainispDll the eJlect of a well-furnished home quicker than anything else. We have experienced help to this class of work who do notblag etee and w« Know w« •an give yoa perfect satisfaction. We ire also roakinj a specialty this year of teundering shirt waists, being tbe 0)7 firm Jn the city using machinery exclusively for the purpose. We will iW>reclate your patronage. Campbell Bros. 429|Market St. CHAS. L. WOLL, :-: UNDERTAKER :-: N». 4» Market Street Calls attended to promptly, d»y o: Ig-ht Central Union and Mutual telephone!. Office, No. IS; Residence, No. JZL The Opportunity »of Your Life. JL ii ** AT ACTUAL COST as we space. This is no i'ai-ie Bankrupt Old Stock nor 60c on the dollar sale but clean fresh goods bought for the Spring trade. This is your opportunity, call early beiore sizes are broken. All goods charged must be at regular Prices. •.*•••' We will sell without reserve our entire $14,000.00 stock of shoes and slippers FOR. CASH ONLrY are about to remodeLour store room and must have the space. This is no Fake ] Stevenson & KHnsick. 403 BROADWAY.

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