Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on August 26, 1896 · Page 8
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Advance Sale W Drei tliill While black dress goods are always stylish, this season,they promise to far outstrip all others in popularity with the fashionable world; perhaps one reason for this is the beautiful designs which the manufacturers have produced. Anticipating an early demand for fall dresses we placed our orders early and now have the handsomest stock of black goods, from the rich plain cloths to the elegant fancies that you will find in the city. As a starter for the season we will uaake the following special prices for the week. i 38 inch all wool Henriettas worth 50c ct 29Jc 45 inch beautiful a.1,-1 wool serges worth 50c at 39jc r. 4O inch elegant Jacquard fancies worth 65c at 4Sic .: 45 inch Mohair Novelties worth 75c at 58e : The latest large figured Mohair at 69c c< An elegant line of crepe effects, lizard cloth etc 75c Our line of Maltesses, Astrachan and Fancv Mohairs can't-be equaled at >9Sc, $1.25. $1.50, $1 75, $1.98, ard $2.25. It wil you to look at the above va ue THE GOLDEN RULE. Cleveland Took One and Tied Another—Reds Lost Twice. .'-'.The Cleveland fought a noble buttle 'yesterday.- T!:cy took one g-amo from- the Champioj.s.and the second was tied when fl.e umpire was compelled to call it on account of darkness, with .tire score :\ tie. Cincinnati dropped- two to the Senators and in consequence took a lon.n- tuinblo down the toboggan' chute, l-'ullowiug are the scores of ^thc gamps yesterday: ,;,A't Baltimore—Cleveland 32, Haiti)i(OTO %\ (socoiid jfiimi;) - Cleveland 4, Saitlmoj-o 4. (Culled on account of •^ AlsKosfon—Plttsburg 7, Boston 11. •-. At Washington—Cincinnati 3, Washington; 4 (second g;niio) Clnclnuali 1, '•"Washington 3. 'At Philadelph::i~$t. Louis 4, rhila- (Mplilu .0; (second game) St. I,0uis S, IMH-Iadt'lphhi 7. At Brooklyn — Chicago 4, Brooklyn 1. At New York—Louisville (i, New Voi'k 4; (second gnmc) Louisville C, New York !). DAILY JOURNAL WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 2i! HORE EXAHPLES. til!. at Eel Donovan is sick. Head the new ad. oC the Golden Learn prices on Call capes at Trade Palace. For Sale or Kent.— The dwelli Slurdock Place. Mrs. C. II. Itowinau of Linden awn- no is seriously IB. Call find see Uiu'now dress goods that are on display at tlie Golden Rule. The changes and -improvements in •flic Circuit court room are almost finish ed. The most 1 complete line of new dress goods are on display now al the Golden Unit. Warrocr Flynu of B. V. Kcesling's flrug store ;n oil' duty ou account of sickuoss. ,j Bryan will speak at South Bend on' Uis way lionie from. his sally into the "enemy's country." ..,' The residence of. Dr. Eallard on East Broadway, recently damaged by fires, Is now being rebuilt. Charles Martin, tlie postal clerk is able to. make bis von regularly now, having gone to work yesterday. Orla Hnrluiid entertained a -number »f'his young friends in a most delightful manner, at his homo on the West- xilc hist evening. Those who have joined tlie McKin- 3ey marching club and those wanting to. join arc requested to meet with the club Friday evening at the rink. The fnncr.il of Mrs. E. J. Henderson •will occur at tlie residence of O. A. To- Bind, C20 Linden avenue, .at 10 a. in. this morning. Interment at Richmond, Ind. There Is a great demand for first- srtass hay. A New York man Is here Buying it in car lots. He has already purchased 1,800 tous at the rate of $7 per ton. A number of the surviving: veterans of itiie 90th Ind. Regt. went to Andrews jesterday afternoon to attend the an-' nn.il reunion to be held there today and tomorrow. The funeral of the late Mrs. Mary SIcCabe, wife of John McCabe of Mar- Set street was held 1 yesterday morniug at Si. Vincent do Paul's 'church. The •remains were laid to rest at St. Vincent acmetcry. • ' I It is rumored that the reason why' True Winamac base ball club did not fiecp their engagement here on last Sunday was because the pitcher found «nt that he could not get home In time So entertain lu's girl that evening. Motorman Ed Haver still feels the i-'ffects of Ji shock received while running a street car Monday night. At •She time of the accident he was rendered unconscious for several moments but was revived by Conductor Goft- schall. ',-£ . A sensation— to buy two school suits s for the price of one— be they knee or long- pants. Thousands of dollars of valuable- clothing have yet to be-; sold wlt.hln the next few days. All go at half price. Come in and see for yourself.— Harry Frank. Mr. S. L, Tangny will today celebrate fclie thirty-seventh year of continuous tfry goods business in the .same room, 407 Broadway. The. firm riame originally was Tangny & Barnheisel, and tho -first stock of goods came by canal boat, there -being no railroads here at that 'Coercion as Reported the Voters. Among' ' l-J. I'.orders, au attorney of AYinnmac gazed upon the emblem oj: the G. 0. T. Monthly and saw the circus. Mr. Bor- .de:'s states ilie advocacy ol! the sound money (.•aiisc by Jlio WlnaHuic Deaio- eraL-.lounial will earry fully two lutn- Jred votes for JlcKinh-y, many busi- • : hess men who formerly worked hi tlie ranks of. Democracy openly advocating voting the Republican ticket. He also stated that he had recently returned from a trip West, in Colorado and other Western States, and that the railroad men wherever found are almost unanimous for sound money. ' H. S. Hall of San .lose, California, is in the city in the interest of a real es- •tate company. When asked how California stood for sound money, he stated that California was as sure for Mc- Klnley as if the votes .had been cast •'and countc'd. Geo. Safford who lias charge of the Panhandle yards at Hartford City returned from ,Mt. Clemens, Mich., yesterday, somewhat improved in health. Mr. .Safford says that all railroad and other laboring men of Detroit are enthusiastic for sound money. Ed E. Eraerlck of Krnns's clothing store Is in receipt of a letter from lils l)rothor-iu-law, one of the firm of Robert Lanyon Son's spelter works at lola and Pittsburg and Nevada, Mo., with offices at the latter named place, enclosing two business- cards, on one of which is written ."Presented by Mc- Klnley and Sound Money," On the other "By McKinloy and Civilized Money," which shows that the entire West is not wild .for "free silver." stalinj; ihal he had ahvays been a c in- sistenl- free silver man and liai.i nol. simply flopped since I he Chicago convention, lie said that he believed .in free silver just'as he believed in free, trade. Four years ago he hail taken liie stump for free trade and 1: nl se- STANDING 01-' THE Raltimoro 70 Cincinnati . .' .(;!) Cleveland (i-l Chicago 01. - I'ittsburgr " B sffju- ! ..'(; Brooklyn -17 CLUBS a:; •JO 4fi 'i ; 5-1 enroll tlie blessings of free trail Ibis c'ounlr.v. >"o\v tliat Ihi 1 Mcs.siji.irs imd come lliore vas oiu 1 tiling iii-.«.U>d lo m.-ike. llie ponplu walixu it and th.-tt M'MS ciiea'p money so that iliey could have pinny of money M i-i:;ji)y • froe trade fiines and wouldn't h.-ive to- work for a living. Uudc.-.- free silver money would be *o plenty rliut nobody would have- to work for it but coulol ^'o not and rind it lyin.i- about In-the streets. .It would lie so plenty tluit when a man dropped a few hundred dollars'of it he would not pro-to-'tlie trouble of picking it up. He said Chat while the statisflc.s showed Hia.t."-1S02 was tho mosi: prosperous yeai-'iu tho liistoc'y of the nation ihe people were hypnotized into believing tliat: times .were sood \vliou they were not: that the present times were better if 'people only thought so. i When the Doctor 1 ad concluded :t.he moon had crept uuuer u cloud, the dojrs hud ffoue, the boys were asleep and tlie thirty-one men liad to be taken home on the chviy while rlpjiles of laughter came from tho river, and TJhl's r.-ice- snld that Is not a great speech by ii dam site. 'or I >'ew York 48 •Washington -10 St. Louis .",:; •Louisville ^("i i THE BIG PICNIC. Adamsboro Celebration Thursday —Get Your Tickets. Tickets for the Adamsboro picnic wil,I 1)0 on' sale at tho following places Wflay: . Craig's book store. -..-Johnston's drug store. .^Kcesling's drug store. ,''Porter's drug store. : ,'Pryor's drug store. . "Sellers'* grocery store, Twelfth st. ••••Mel Castle's grocery store, corner Linden avenue and Sycamore street. John Leonard's grocery store, 21D Plum street. •• 'Several of our citizens'will have the tickets for sale, and any one holding a ticket can get on at tho Wc-stsldc de- .pot, Sixth street crossing or Davis bridge. Special train leaves depot at 8:30 o'clock; regular train at 10:45 o'clock. 'Returning train leaves the grounds at j4.:30 o'clock. Tickets good for any train. SPENCER PARK. Extensiye Improvements Going: On. Now Under the terms of gift tlie city quired to expend ?3,000 annually for, five years in the Improvement of! Spencer park. The improvement is now.go- ing on and handsome driveways, arc being added to that beautiful resort. The work gives employment to. A nuin-" ber of men at a very opportune time..;-. Tllli FN10N.H AVON. Tin; Unions defeated the- Orientals in a hard-fought game Sunday morning on the Eastern grounds. The feature of the game were the two running catches of long [lies by Enphrat in center. Score by innings: Unions 04502002 3—10 Orientals 23000024 0-01. - Batteries—Union. Shaver, Loftus and Bischoff; Orientals, Murphy and Fowler. '• The Unions ami Boston Lights arc billed to play next Sunday morning at the park. The Winamae played the management of .the Boston Lights base ball club a. scurvy trick Sunday by cancel- ling their date here at the last minute. After the management had gone to the expense of advertising the game and making preparations for it, the Pulask- ians baekecl out. If the truth were told as to the failure of the- visiting team to appear, it would probably t)C that they were afraid they would be badly defeated. Days Left Close out our entire stock 3" ACTUAL HALF PRICE. Greatest opportunity ever offered. Overcoats 73 price Ulsters 72 price Mackintoshes 72 price Men's Suits 72 price Boy's Suits 72 price Children's Suits 72 price Pants 72 price Hats 72 Price I! Night Shirts 72 Price White and Percale Shins 73 price In fact all goes at Half Price to close out the entire machine. A credit of 30, 60 and 90 days will be given on iff'all heavy weight goods to get 'iiifindn! rid of it quick. All are welcome and respectfully invited to come- HARRY FRANK, Fourth Street. HAD A MOCK TRIAL.! 'The members of the.Riverside Cycle club had a Jolly time last night at the club house. A,mock., trial: -was worked up and the culprit, .Capt. Dan Clossou, was arraigned and tried before Judge Boyer on complaint of |"Mlss Virginia Clifton," who alleged! that Closson had promised to marry -her, and that he now refused to.do soj The plaintiff was awarded damages in the sum of .¥10,000. The trial lasted,.for three hours and furnished" imuelr. amusement for a score or more oMbe' members of the club who were prfescnft NOTICE TO CLUB CAPTAINS. The captains of the clubs in the city league are requested to meet at W. Closson's cigar store Wednesday evcu- 'ing. 'The "captains of teams wishing to join the league are also requested to be present. Republican Meetings. AT THE RIVERSIDE.! .". ' ' OWX A COURT HOUSE. !•' Eighteen mouths ago the county cotu- 'missioners of Fulton county contracted with J. E. Gibson & Co., of this city, to tmild a court house to cost .?7G,000. Tlie. building has been completed, and tue commissioners met Tuesday to set- tle'wlth the contractors. Bills for extras were filed amounting to $43,000, •The commissioners refused to allow ifl3,000 of this, amount. The contractors declined to surrender tho keys, and threaten a. suit. Cycle Club Members Will Have Advantages Next Winter. A' liUl named Salisbury, who had a Quger crushed some time ago in a cider grew, submitted to an operation yes- ccrdayfor the amputation of tho Index iHglt of the left hand. ' The operation was necessary to save the hand. Dr. &.H. Ward, assisted by Dr. Hatch, 1 performed the operation. How are Your Kidneys? I have tried Di\- Ilplflis Sparagus Kiduoy Pills with bfcsr or results in a case of bladder trouble, elh'onlc Inflammation of the' 'bladder- and also rheumatism. F.' S. Smith', M. D., Bonncrvllle, Ohio. For wiJO •jh-Kopansport by Beu Fisher and .3i>iln F'. Coulso.n, druggists. HIRAM 0. HATTERY, Lets Loose His Battery, Makes a "Great" Speech, and This is No Flattery, The 1J re bells ou the Westslde sounded an alarm last evenii\; and people rushed to the engine house with consternation on their faces, expecting to tlnd "a boy lost." It was a warning that Dr. Hattery was to make 'a free silver speech and .so vigorously was tiio alarm sounded that most of the citizens got safely out of the ward before the speech began. Promptly at eight o'clock tho massive engine. liouse doors swung open and the Doctor pranced 'forth. He'advanced to. the edge of the sidewalk In search of tho crowd, and Eluding none, let loose anyhow. By actual count there were thirty-one men, throe dogs, two boys, a shade tree and a dray In tlie audience, not counting Uhrs race and Eel river. • . The doctor prefaced his remarks by- .The resignation of Frank-Boycr. as- janitor oC Riverside club was accepted at a meeting of the board of directors: held Monday evening, and.Charlcfe Enyart was elected to fill position. The club house lias been thoroughly -overhauled and renovated and everything! -is In prime good shape. It Is.aA'cry- popular place of resort for wheelmen and numbers a majority pt the.riders of tho city among.;its members;' It Is: tho intention to .make the club rnorc popular In the winter than during: .the riding 'season, for. it is at a time, when riding is Impossible that the, iieed.-of. a place to spend a quiet hour Is most felt. One of the ro'ms will be -fltte'd HIT.' with a canvas mat, and boxing gloves, a' punching bag,, dumb bells,.. Indian; cjubs, health 'lifts, etc., in the Sra of athletic equipment 'will be ; fur^ nlslicd. Boxing and fencing are two of the best means of exercise and wrestling is also a good .muscle developer. When the padded-mat'Is put-down- the wrestlers can-tumble about as they .please'and have little fear of hurting" themselves. . ' . •• DEMOCRATS HEET TODAY. Convention at Peru to Select Del: egates to Indianapolis • '••' Convention. .-;The Democrats of the Eleventh Congressional district who 'have repu- • dialed the Domopop platform adopted 1 at tlie, Chicago convention, will meet in Peru this afternoon to select two delegates to the convention of the National Democratic party which meets •at Indianapolis in September: There will be quite a number of sound money Democrats in attendance, and Wabasu, Howard, Huntlngton anct Grant will sen'd big delegations. There are probably more Democrats in Miami county •Who have'repudiated the Chicago tick- •ei'thaa' there arc who will support It, and Wabash county fs not far behind. The Demopops are without an organ In'both of these counties, the Democratic papers having 1 refused to support-Bryan and his hydra-headed second place attachment. Republican speakingswill be held at the.following places in Cass county: Logansport, Thursday evening, August 27th—Hon. Frank S. Posey of Evansvillc, at the rink. •'., • ' The Noble township'.McKlnley olub will meet at Red school house Thursday night, August 27th.. • . . There will be a. meeting at tlie school house at Adamsboro, Wednesday night, August 2Gth. -Harry Whistler will talk ou sound m'oney. At West Sand Eldge school house, Noble township, Wednesday August 26th at S p. in. -W. T. Wilson, speaker. W. T. Wilson will speak at Sand Ridge school house, Noble townsblp. Wednesday, August 20, at S p. in. Everybody cordially Invited to be present and hear the issues ably discussed. Hon. W. D. Owen will speak at Walton Saturday evening, August 20th. Hon. W. D. Owen will, speak at Lucerne Friday evening, August 2Sth. . Mr. Tvucius B. Swift of Indianapolis, a former Democrat, will speak on sound money at the rink under ,the auspices of the Railroad Men's Sound Money club. Monday evening, August 31st. . • Walton McKiulcy club, Wednesday night, August 26th.—Dewitt C. Justice. S. T. McCouiioll and George W. Walters will speak at Prospect Hill, Adams township, Saturday evening, Aug. 20. J. B. Smith .'will speak'to the Clay township club at Ada,msboro, Friday evening, August 28. Frank Swigart will speak at Ford's school house, .Tcfferso'ii township, Saturday, Sept. 5th. Frank Swigart and John B. Smith will speak at Adamsboro, Clay township, Friday evening, August 2Stb. George Funk will.speak at Georgetown Friday evening, ATigust 28th. At Royal Center, to' McjKinley club, Saturday night, August '29th, DeWitt C. Justice. -•'.,. . • ' NOT SUSPENDED, The Small Bros. Still Running the Jeffersonville World. The Jeflersonville World has not suspended publication as stated by the Pharos last evening. The World company discontinued its daily because it was unprofitable. It continues tlie weekly and the job department, both' of which a.re profitable. Neither. Is W. S. Wright of The Journal longer connected with it, having disposed of his interest some time ago. There has been a great deal of contention among the stockholders in an effort to get control of the paper and this has made trouble and annoyance for the Small • Bros., but they have control of it, aaa ' have a plant worth $4,000 witb $2,000 ' of indebtedness on it, and will mak'c it pay'out.Tiic Pharos's false statement." | when it could so easily learn the truth is malicious. BIRTHDAY SURPBISE. Joseph Uedk'ey was agreeably surprised at his home on Hamilton Heights Monday night, the occasion being the eighteenth anniversary of his birth. About fifty of his young friends called on him and helped celebrate In tbc lastesl: approved manner. Dancing and social games were indulged in. Refreshments were served. '•Charles Fox, twenty-three years old, 'of 'Noble's'villei out of work, took mor- phia and died. Tlia-Wiley Whitson and the George RIdlen G. A. R. posts of Seottsburg 'have consolidated. WILL The Journal Com'pany t to Have Additional RooniJ Mr. Victor E. Seitert will at once commence the construction of a new building on Court street on the lot formerly occupied by Mart Elliott The building will be occupied by The Jour nal company in addition to its present building and-will give much needed room. NINE CENT SALE A Special Sale For Nine Cents. Who Ever Heard of a Nine Cent Special Sale. Subscribe for The Journal; • •The Nineteenth Indiana association ;will hold a reunion at Farmland on the .17th'of •September. Subscribe for Tie, Journal, 40 cenrs». month. •'•' • A CORRBC'JflON. • . The McKinley Glee Club Is under the leadership of Prof, A.. L. Moore, and not as announced in SSufld^y's Journal. TJie club will be on haiiSiat'tlic Adams- •boro picnic ;'. ii. 1 vendor some of its best seleo'iocs. • ' Well-lierc it is; for one week we will sell choice of the following well known shoe dressing, Whltemore Bros., Gilt Edge Oil Dressing, Button & Thuroston's Celebrated Ravel: Gloss, RostorEf & Bcttmann's Celebrated Glycerole, Alma and other celebrated shoe dressings all of which retail at 20 cents per bottle by ail merchants.. Choice of these celebrated dressings ONLY NINE CENTS. PILLING,-THE SHOE MAN, 412 Broadway, Logansport, Ind. Infallible'Corn'Salve' worth 25 cents for 0 cents.—Pilling. White Clover, powder retail price 25 cents, reduced to 9 cents.—Pilling. Now is the time to supply yourself ' with shoe dressing at less thaii wholesale price.—Pilling, the shoe man, 412 Broadway. ', .'•

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