DUN YOIJR XiME D» PRINT. .GELBBRflTED HflTS STIFF AND SILK. FALL AND WINTER STYLES. DEWENTER. "The Hatter." H. G. TUCKER, The Pearl Street Tailor is showing some very handsome woolens lor fall wear ia suitings He also has something new and attractive foi overcoats Tours Truly, "PUCK:" DAILY JOURNAL SATURDAY MORNING, OCT. 1. The 3IittHtrel« Last A'isfit. ' The same yesterday, to-day and forever, yet whore breathes there a man with soul BO dead that he finds no delight in sitting- in front of that : familiar and time hoaored semi-circle of cork blacked faces glistening under the glare of the foot lights? The same old scene was presented last evening at i)olan's. Many familiar and warmly welcomed laces were seen in the semi-circle and pretty much the same faces were seen in the audience, faces that are rarely missed at a minstrel performance. With the inimitable Chas. Sully,the unchangable Billie Rice, the ponderous Thatcher, the ovet- pleasing Hall, the parodoxieal Harry Constantino, 4he sweet voiced Evans, the lightning Kissell and aa many more and more yet sweet .toned or laughter provoking exponents of modern minstrely, the entertainment was never allowed to lag or to lose interest and when the mirthful parody "Bill Trovatore" closed and with it the program the crowd departed full of good feeling and kindly words for Haveriy's Mastodon Minstrels. Specials. BASE BALL YESTERDAY. Special to the Journal: CHICAGO, Oct. 1. —Brooklyn, Baltimore 5. * New York 4: Philadelphia 5. Boston 13-. Washington 3. Pittsburg 5: Louisville 1. Cincinnati 1: Chicago 5. St. Louis 7: Cleveland 5. Itenw or a Personal Character Coiicernins: fcosaunporters and Their ; _' .j Friends. 0. W. Miles went to Wabash yester- dav to''viilt'relatives: ••.: -r.u-.-s.:._ '. - - -Miss;.-M,i-nnie~-, O'Connor . of Peru, is visiting.,..iA- the ;: city. Willard-' Bnehai'an -is visiting his sister at^orth Manchester. , Miss .Lesterjrgtu rued .yesterday from a few weeks-^visit at-Washington, D. C. Mrs.- A';:C.Barrett and wife are entertaining his- nephew, Alex. Gibbard and wife ol^St- Louis- Mrs, j. E. .Sutton is rhome from a several .weeks: visit .with relatives at Columbus, Ohio. ' Mr. .and Mrs,' K.;H. Kistler, are entertaining Mrs. J. H. Styles and little son, of Winona, Minn. . Mrs. J. D. Allison went to Greentown yesterday, called there by the illness of her father,. Wm. Harper. Judge Dykerrian. and Judge Winfield have gone to .Richmond,.Va., to take depositions in a case pending in court. Will Cullen who has resided in Virinia for the past year or more arrived in the city last evening on a visit'at the old home. • Mrs. Will Randall, .of Sidney, Ohio, •who has been '.- visiting :the';jtaj?ul;y .of Mis. Blair. Buchanan ' in" Jefferson township for th4'past .week is in the city visiting friends. ' Mrs. Catherine Oberholtzer and Miss Eliza Oberholtzer, mother and sister of Rev. Oberholtzer, arrived in the city yesterday on a visit to the reverened gentlemen and family. Newt Jackson who has been at Davenport, la., for some time past is visiting his father and friends here. Newt has,been guite sick, but is now encouragingly better.and believes that he will.soon be himself again. New Castle Democrat—Mr. Dean Salmon and wife left on. Saturday for Logansport,. where they will spend a few days with friends, when they will go to their-home in Rapid City, S. -D. They were accompanied to Logansport by Miss Addie and Mr. W. J. Murphy, who remained over Sunday. FREE-THIS WEEK ONLY. Oak Chairs for Everybody. Real Japanese Caps and Saucers for Ladies. Folding Vest-pocket Comb, Case and Mirror for Men* Beautiful Bound Books for Big Children. Iron Tops and Flying Kites for the Boys. sale. FREE with shoes this week, value depending upon amount We adopt this plan to attract the people instead of giving opening. Our stock is now complete; inspection solicited. SHOE DEPARTMENT. ANOTHER TIN PLATE MILL. Special to the Journal. NOBLESVILLE. Ind., Sept. 30--Papers were made out yesterday whereby arrangements will be mado for the location and erection of a large tin plate manufactury at Atlantic, this county, to employ 150 hands. Work on the plant will begin at once. A 2:4O Trial. James Speece, a hired man employed on the farm of W. H. Robbins north of Denver, was arrested Tuesday morning for stealing a pair of pantaloons and $5 in money from Orville Robbins. Speece had been engaged to cut corn and using- the knife awkwardly wounded himself in the knee. Being no longer of service he was discharged and paid off. He and Orville had been room-mates and in packing his traps he added the young man's pants to his own wardrobe and a $o bill within reach. He skipped out and went to Peru where he was arrested Tuesday morning in a saloon, brought into court for trial at 2 o'clock and in less than three hours was tried found guilty and sentenced to one year in the northern prison. It is alleged that Speece is of unsound mind, but this infirmity doesn't count when grand larceny is involved. At 8:20 the same evsning he was in the "pen." A FIRE IK THE CLOUDS. Special to the Journal. DENVER, Col., Sept. SO.—The famous signal station at Pike's peak, the highest point of observation in the world, was burned to-night. Humorous Indeed. The canal nuisance is agitating the people of Peru. The council wants to abate it, but it is met with objection by Mr. A. N. Dukes who informs the members that for "more than a year, a company has been trying to build a railroad along; the towpath from Fort Wayne to Evansville.'' Mr. Dukes is grotesquely humorous, says the Wabash Plain Dealer. Harry Frank's store will be closed on Saturday, October 1st, until 6 o'clock in the erening. Account of holiday. Next Week's Knees. The entries 'for the races at the fall meeting of the Logansport Trotting Association closed last night at 11 o'clock. The books show 54 entries, enough to fill the list and insure a most interesting series of races. The lists however will not be filled until to-day, the entries being practically open until all:post entries sent before 11 o'clock last night are received. This will bring- several new ones in today. Among the horses entered is the well known "Billie Wonder," entered yesterday. "Billie" was brought down from ^Torth. Manchester yesterday by Dallas Custer and is at present comfortably quartered at the fair ground. /''Billie" is owned by Bert Wilson' of Greenville,' 0., and has a record of 2:16. He is :; entered in the free for all trot. — Look out fdrthe'e'ntry list and program ot-the great fell meeting next week. - '•-"'-' The Trne Iiiixative Principle Of the plants use'd' in -manufacturing the pleasant remedy, Syrup of Figs, has a permanently, beneficial effect on the human system, while the cheap vegetable extracts and mineral solutions, usually sold as - ; medicines, are permanently injurious.. Being well- informed, you will use the true remedy only. Manufactured .by the California Fig Syrup Co. ' , " ' , Obituary. The death of Robt. S. Miller, for merly of this city, occured on Monday evening at 5 o'clock in Memphis. Tenn. His daughter arrived in the city on Wednesday with'the body' and funeral service was conducted by the masons on Thursday at Mt. Hope cementry. Mr. Miller was the son of John D. Miller and was born in 1838 at Eaton, Ohio. He moved to Logansport in 1861 and was engaged in the marble business. In 1876 ho moved to Des Moines, la. and become engaged in the cement business. The last four years he was in Memphis, Tenn. and was the proprietor of the Miller Paving company, which is .well known through the entire, south. A wife five sons and two daughters all grown are left to mourn his loss. fellow raising the amount and after banking hours visiting some store, making a purchase and pockets the balance. The. fellow has worked many towns in the State, and has so far .eluded the authorities who are hot after him. When last heard from the fellow was said to be in Fort Wayne. RATS AS DISEASE BREEDERS. Hicks' Forecast for October. Autumnal storms of rain, with possible snow .to th'e' ; West and North, ' - at the beginning of October. Behind tne storms, and up to about the 7th and Sth, it will be very cool with frosts to the northward. Warrrfer at these dates, with much tendency to storminess. From llth to 15,'th, it will turn warmer and result, in more storms, beginning in the- West and traveling to the East. Navigators of the lakes should be watchful' of all these storms, A .freezing blast from the Northwest will follow, this period. The 19th and 20th are" active storm days. Be watchful of '. what they may bring, and of the cold wave following. The 24th to 27th expect storms and frost and freezing up to about the 30th — a reactionary day. - — ^ — ~~ Death of Mr*. David Hnmpurejs. Mrs. David Humphreys died yesterday at 114-0 a. m,'at the.family residence No. 1314 Broadway of blood poisoning, the result . of a-n injury on her hand received a month ago. The funeral will be held at Spring- Creek Christian church Sunday at 2 o'clock, the cortage leaving the. ''residence ac 1 o'clock. Eureka Lodge,. No, 5-4, International Association of Machinists have issued invitatives to their third-^annual ball to be held a* the Broadway rink Thursday evening October 2C. The various committees atthe head of this entertainment give ample assurance of the success cf the dance..-'- V ADDITIONAL LOCAL. suit, Notice to Creditors. Francis M. Lunsford died intestate ia Adams township, (3ass Co., Ind., August 26, 1S92, and we, his sole heirs at law, hereby notify all persons to whom he was indebted, that we will pay his legal debte, and request them to notify us of the amounts and when due at our postoffice. ,12-Mile, Cass Co., Indiana. CHAKLES B. LUXSFOKD. X W. LUNSFOKD. Quite a party of Logansport people attended the Popular Grove Mr yesterday and report a lare attendance :and an interesting- exhibit. American Association. LOGANSPORT RACES, NEXT WEEK. OCTOBER 5th, 61f and 7th. WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY and FRIDAY On the Fair Ground Track. S9.9S for an imported pattern at the Golden Rule. Liver-.pudding at eur meat departments. —McCaffrey & Co: Toilet soap, a 25 cent'.'pox fur 20 cents this week,'atFoley',?.. . Mosquitaire undressed kid -gloves in navy blue, green and all colors,, at the Q-olden Rule. .-, ") . Yesterday in the circuit cojrc in the case of G-ung Shing- v-s. Lee Wah Sing Judge McConnell found -for the defendant. Gung who.recently bought Lee's laundry, sought; ,to secure an order from the court. ,,to enjoin Lee from running alauri'dry in the city.but failed to make his point.- - "^ic" Williams, a barber, and Miss Daisy, Witz, daughter of Martin Witz of Mqnticello, eloped; some time.Sat- urday. night last acd at present their whereabouts is unknown, ! The young couple had been goicg together for some time, but the young lady's age was a bar to any matrimonial contract and it is supposed that-. 'thVj-.-Iad to some reg-ioo where :iv- .--.:i-,utes are not so exac'-insr- .Wi::i,:. i( , was from Lafayette. ; A smooth forger 1= traveling- from town to tow.c in Ohio and Indiana, defrauding business men by- the use of certificates of deposit says aa-exr change. .His mode of operation is , to JTG into a- town, visit a bank,, leave $5 or §10 and get .1 certificate cf deposit This certificate turns up for .$50 or $100 through some business ,Ssm. the A Prominent Physician Thicks They Arc Cncqoalod In TUls Respect. Dr. S. E.' Weber, assistant state veterinarian of Pennsylvania, read before the Keystone Veterinary Medical association, at the College of Physicians, a paper entitled "The Rat as a Disease Breeder." The essayist advanced the theory that the rat is a transmitter of some of the most dangerous diseases which afflict humanity, chief of which is tuberculosis or consumption. He cited the results, of post-mortem examinations on more than one thousand of the animals in proof of the theory, and then discussed the best way of getting rid of them. Dr. Weber said that nowhere does the ubiquitous rat do more, harm as a disease transmitter than ia the farm yard and barn, where he comes in contact with the cattle and horses. The paper, in part, is as follows: "From the time whereof the memory of man runneth not to the contrary the rat has been looked upon as one of the most persistent enemies of the human race. He has destroyed the garnered treasures of millions of farmers, rendered millions of acres valueless to the husbandman,' undermined houses without number, and even depopulated .whole provinces by bringing-the labor .of men to naught. His record does not -rest upon the traditions that tell us of the wonderful doings of the Pied Piper of Hamelin, the important 'part he played in making Dick Whittington, 'twice mayor of London,' and .the just punishment he meted out to Bishop Hatch in his corn-choked castle on the Rhine. He has been a pest in every clime, and will so continue to be .until in the development of the distant future he shall either disappear or evolve into some harmless, guiltless creatcre as useless as the axoloid of Mexico or the lazy hellbender that rests liis boneless body in the muddy bed of the Miama river. "There is but one good word to say for the rat While at all times prompt to take for his own use the choicest food that man can provide for himself the rat does excellent service as a scavenger and consnmes tons of refuse material which,. if allowed to putrify, would become the certain means of pestilence and death. It is only as a scavenger that he seems to have been de- sifrned; and it is of record that the terrible plagnes which, used to turn the' towns and cities of western. Europe into charnel houses hare been but little known in those places since rats beer an -_o oe among- tne greatest lactors in economy of the animal world. "The plagues and pestilences of by-gone centuries do not decimate the population of western Europe nowadays,, it is true. But while they have given*, their own stamping grounds a wide;berth they have not been routed out by any means. It is possible that the rats?; who helped to rid England of a pestilence carried the germs of the disease;to Turkey or to Hindostan. This brings. me to the consideration of a subject, which will at once present itself to the- mind of the medical scientist as one of:' the most important ever called up for discussion. "When the reader thinks of the countless n limber of rats that infest the- regions occupied by human beings, of their wonderful reproductive power; and of their seemingly causeless but 1 , rapid immigration from one dwelling-' place to another, hundreds of milesi away, he must admit that if it-is possible for the rat to convey disease germs from point to point this power for evil is incalculable. When he left plague- stricken London and sought another- field, did he leave the plague behind or- did he keep a share of it to. distribute elsewhere? "I liave reason to believe that the? rat is a transmitter of some of the most dangerous diseases which afflict humanity—diseases that have for ages baffled the skill of the ablest scientist. in the- tho world."—N. Y. Recorder. POWDER IS ON TOP BECAUSE No other is so Good to other is so Costs less than Half and pleases much better than the over-priced and over-"endoreed" kinds. LIKE A THIEF m THE NIGKT, Consumption comes. A slight cold, with, your- system in the scrofulous condition that's-, •^ caused by impure blood,,is enough, to fasten it "'"»<.' upon you. That is the^ tune whan neglect' ami delay are full of danger.. Consumption is Lung- . Scrofula. You" con ; prevent it, and you ca» ' cure it, if you'haven't waited too long, with-. Dr. Kerce's Golden Medical Discovery. That is the most potent blood-cleanser, strength ; restorer, and flesh-builder that's known to- medical science. For every disease that haati to be reached through the blood;-lik» Consumption, f cr Scrofula in all its f onns,. Weak-Lungs, Bronchitis, Asthma, and all severe- lingering Coughs, it is tbe onJy guaranteta remedy. If it doesnt benefit or cure, you? have your money back. The proprietors of Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy know that their medicine perfectly and permanently cures Catarrh. To prove- it to you, they make this offer; If they cant cure your Catarrh, no matter what case is, they'll pay you £500 in cash, , Storage Room FOR RENT. In Bear of Pryor's Drug Store. J Judge for yourself, \l j" In Cans. At your Grocer's^; PRE3 READING ROOM, Open Dally and EvenlHy, 21 Fear! Street Welcome 10 All. JSfThe regular meeting-of the Free' Keadlcg .Room the third Ta-3sday of each month.
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