Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on September 1, 1896 · Page 8
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 8

Logansport, Indiana
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Tuesday, September 1, 1896
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^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^y^^^^^^^^^^^^^^SS^ LAST CALL! To Wind Up the Parewell Sale of Startling Values to close out the balance of Shis stock. Last Week's Bargains were surprising. This week they are amazing. The balance of 'this stock must go this week and fcere are prices that will make you help do it. lens Fine Business Soils worth $15 now lens Fine Easiness Saits worth $10 now lens Fine Worsted Pants .worth $5 now $7-50 5-25 2.50 j Boys' Suits 1-2 price, Children's Suits 12 price, Ulsters, Barber, Cook, Butcher and baker's Coats 1-3 price, Pants, Underwear, Shirts Keckwear, Suspenders, Hosiery and Collars at just 1-2 its actual value. It will pay you to go SO miles to attend this sale, as you never in your life, will have another chance like this. Mens Fine Kearsey Overcoats $20 now Mens Fine Kearsey Overcoats 8.50 now Meus Frisco Mackintoshes 12 00 DOW $10.00 3.98 5-75 Saturday, September sth. will positively be the last day of our 37 years Clothing career in Logansport. Do not fail to call if only to say Good Bye. Very Truly Yours HARRY FRANK, 314 Fourth Street. Advance Sale of Dress Goods. 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 make the following special prices for the week. TALKED IT OVER fleeting of Those Interested in Field Day Sports Will Confer Atfairi on Wednesday Evening-The Officers. Baltimore and Cincinnati Each Lost a i Qame-Baseball Talk. 38 inch all wool Henriettas worth 50c ct 45 inch beautiful all wool serges worth 50c at 4O inch elegant Jacquard fancies worth 65c at 45 inch Mohair Novelties worth 75c at The latest large figured Mohair at An elegant line of crepe effects, lizard cloth etc 29c, 39c 48c 58ci 69c| 75C' Our line of Maltesses, Astrachan and Fancy Mohairs can't be «qualed at 98c, $1,25, $1.50, $1.75, $1.98, and $2.25. It will pay to look at the above va'ue. ; / ? / •'; 1 THE GOLDEN RULE .f. Grand Opening •OF= You are respectfully invited to attend the Grand •'. i ;„/."." Opening of The Globe, Northeast Corner Fourth and ularket Streets, Wednesday evening SEPTEnBER 2,1806. • Music by the Elite Mandolin Club Souvenirs Mrs. M. Wagoner has recovered/from' a slight.lllness. • • '. ' / " Wesley Bussard, the mail cancer,••: is,' ill with pneumonia. ' •'" j Try Rothefmcl's" Mocha a»il Javacoffee: It Is fresh today. * ; Albert E. Burge and Nellie f. Kra'use,. Joseph A. Deford' and Lillian Baker.- were licensed to wed yesterday.. ; William Neff, North of the''city, ,re-, ported yesterday mornliigjthat a valise, containing clothing, hadfbeqn stolen;from his barn. . . i • / . . i Logansport Presbyterj: will meet ;for a two days' session at Honticello,.,Sep:'. tember Sth. FrograniJ of the meet-? ing will be issued soonf. . .'... * . This week Prof. G.^V. Michael will address the teachers if Vigo, Hunting-' ton and Howard coi|ntlcs on- the subject of penmanshlp..fle will also speak!: in Whltley county. / * John Camblne, {barged with ..being' drunk, was one of jfhe trio of them who 1 was replaced in jjtil after an examination yesterday mJrnlng In the mayor's court. Jolm Dot and James Hamilton were discharge^ ..' ...... j . Miss Katie K|u of New York, who! Is. the guest of hfr cousin, William Kim of Smead andJFourteenth streets, was tendered a pjjrty Friday night by hfcr host and hosiess. The mandolin orchestra f uriished music, for dancing, and the afilr was a. very, pleasaiit social even|. .-,. ; Mrs, Michaels and daughter, Miss Rosa, will|)urchase property, at Marlon and mak« that, city their future home. Charlejr Grant ro'de to Koyal,Center and retufh Sunday morning just to! see how neir he could come .to.breaking the rejord made by the road racers last Syring. The time than was .1:21.30 Gran|rode the round In 1.21.54; -and the r|rids have been freshly.graveled,, makjjig riding very bad. ». .'• .-.>• , i, The ineetiiiK Held at the Riverside 'Cycle club rist night for the purpose l^f'makins/prclimiuary arrangements i -for 'a- coll/se field day, was attended !'by a nuyiber of those intercstW, and !'temporary officers were chosen as fol- '• lows: •/' • Cbnlnvan—Joseph Kries. ,„ .Secretary—Harry Trltt. i-^ Trensurer—Fred Thompson. | . p/ess Committee—Tom Wilder, Fred Thompson, W: B. Lewis, George Ross; Jr., F. K. George. /'There will be another meeting held (it the Riverside club house on Wednesday evening, at which a permanent or- pintatiou will be effected and the necessary committees to take charge of the task of working up the affair will be appointed. If the young men of the city who are kuou-n to excell in some line of athlet-' Ics will take hold of the matter, they can make the affair a huge success.. It will-require-that some hard work be done, in order to provide a suitable program Imd make it go smoothly. The meeting Wednesday evening should be well attended. . THE FOOT BALL TEAM. Those Who Are Interested in the Sport Will Meet Thursday Evening. Those who are. Interested in the sport of foot ball, and wish.to enter the L. A.'C. foot, ball team this fall, are requested to meet at the store of W. B. Lewis. Thursday evening, for the purpose of reorganizing the team. Every riieinber of the old team, and all those who'wish to become members, are urged to attend this meeting. BUT THREE GAMES PLAYED, Rain at New York Spoils Cleveland's . Chance—Baltimore Lost. Rain spoiled three of the games in the National League yesterday. Cleveland did not play, neither did Louisville or St. Louis. Baltimore lost to Plttsburg and Cincinnati dropped another, to the Phillies. Following Is the score of the games played yesterday: At Philadelphia—Cincinnati 4, Philadelphia C. : 'lit/Baltimore—Pittsburg 12, Baltimore 7, At Washington—Chicago 0, Washlng- ton.-i. The Washington-Chicago game was a remarkable one. But one score made, with six: hits each and four errors by Washington to three by Chicago. The clubs play in the same positions today (and on Wednesday Cleveland goes to Brooklyn, Cincinnati to New York, Chicago to Baltimore, Plttsburg , - to Philadelphia, St. Louis to Boston and Louisville to Washington. 'Wednesday, .September 9, Cleveland • Is at home with St. Louis, and according to the schedule, they have nine, games at home and four with ' Louisville at Louisville, closing the season at the Falls City, Saturday, September 20. There may bo some postponed games played between the regular dates. Cincinnati has nine games scheduled away from home and four at hoUie, mostly Sunday dates. The games between Cincinnati and -Cleveland at the latter city will decide which shall "battle for the Temple Cup. There is a possibility, but scarcely a probability that Cincinnati may finish better than they now stand, while Cleveland has a good op. portunity to land ahead of them. STANDING OF THE CLUBS. Clubs Won Lost Per Ct. Baltimore 74 Cincinnati 00 Cleveland C5 Chicago 64 Boston 5S Pittsburg 59. .Brooklyn 52 I Philadelphia 33 New 1 York 52 Washington < 43 St. Louis 34 Louisville 27 34 40 42 4S 4S ,49 53 57 50 C4 73 78 .GSo ,033 .007 .571 .547 .546 ..4SG .482 .4CS .402 .318 .237 MONTICELLO WAS EASY. Boston Lights Had^Soft Time Defeating the White County Lads. The game at the park Sunday afternoon between the Boston Lights and the Montleello team was an easy one for the home team. Denny Lyeu, Harry Statts, Fred Stcmler and "Little •Billee" Shaver so strengthened the Boston Lights that the lads from White county could do nothing with them. The score stood 22 to 2 in favor of the locals. • the umpire, of course, gave the game to Wolcott. The wailing of the Goodland sports can still be heard as \vc go to press. ATTEMPTED ROBBERY. John Bowers in Jail on a Serious Charge. John Bowers, au all-around tough and au eye-sore to the police for many moons, is behind the bars on a charge which, if sustained, will put Mm out of the way for some time. From the evidcDCO at hand it seems that Bowers went into the business that has been so popular with the ''long man and the short man" in Chicago for the past year, that of highway robbery. William Melton, a colored boy who hails from Marion, was stopped by Bowers early Sunday morning and forced to give up all of value he had on his person, and although this was only a pair of gold sleeve buttons, it was'enough to get Bowers into the clutches of the law. Arthur Willy was also stopped by Bowers, but escaped without giving 1 anything. Bowers was arrested by Officers Grahum and WIrwahn at his home on the Wc-stslde at about 4 o'clock Sunday morning. He was taken before the Major yesterday afternoon ajjd waived preliminary examination. In default of $500 bond he will stay in. jail until OtfeW court convenes next week, when Lls trial will be had. City Civil Engineer Bay announces that the new 'driveway at 'Spencer park on the Eastside has been finished and is now open to the public: This • is one of the lasting improvements that CLIPPERS WIN A GAME. The Soutbslde Clippers and a picked •nine'from the Eastend crossed bats on . have been made at the part the past the Southside grounds on Sunday morning and after a hard fought bat- ,tle the score stood 19 to 16 in favor of the Clippers. Myers -and' Cluiup were .batteries for the Clippers and Loftus and Kelly were in the points for the Easteud nine. ' summer. Will Fuller has resumed work at Otto Kraus's clothing store after a slight illness. AMATEUR BASE BALL. The Orientals played the Hall Stars Sunday morning a.t Hamilton Heights. The score was 10 to 3 in favor of the Orientals. Batteries, Murphy and Fowler for the Orientals and Chapman and Kelly for the Hall Stars.. In the afternoon at, the same place, the Orientals, with Sellers and Fifer in the points, won from the Logansports by a score of 28 to 5. Closson and Surface were the battery for the defeated nine; BASE BALL FOR MONEY. Remington Press: In Friday's ball game at the Wolcott fair, Monticello and Wolcott were supposed to be the contestants, but both clubs had imported players, the latter,'we understand, two of Goodlauds salaried players and several of the "Daley's": of .Chicago. Goodland sports, it is asserted, had made arrangements with their men to throw the game to Montlcello, holding off as long as possible to give Goodland a chance to take in all bets offered and thereby getting back with interest their losses of the previous day. At close of the eighth Inning the score was 8 to 4 in favor of Wolcott, and in the ninth the pome .was to be "thrown" but a dispute arose at the beginning of the ninth and Moht'cello's manager .called his men from the diamond-arid NINE CENT SALE A Special Sale For Nine Cents. Who Ever Heard of a Nine Cent Special Sale. ' Well here it is; for one week we will sell choice of the following well known shoe dressing, Whitemore Bros., Gilt Edge Oil Dressing, Button & Thuroston's Celebrated Raven Gloss, Restorff & Bettmaim's Celebrated Glycerole, Alma and other celebrated shoe dressings all of which re- till at 25 cents per bottle by all merchants. Choice of these celebrated dressings ONLY NINE CENTS. PILLING, THE SHOE MAN. 412 Broadway, Logansport, Ind. Infallible Corn Salve worth 25 cents for 9 cents.—Pilling. White Clover, powder retail price 23 cents, reduced to 9 cents.—Pilling. Now. is the time to supply yourself with shoe dressing at less than wholesale price.—Pilling, th'e shoe man, 412 Broadway.

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