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J10THEKS und BABIES MADE HAPPY tl By nnln« SXEIX- BACH% NEW Patent AdjnsUblai •COACH, COUCH i nnd CRADLE! with [PAVJWON TOP, I New nnd Safe Wheel- DR. E. M. HATCH, CUSHION.andother • : decided IJtPROVE- ;MENTS. , Salutary 'Jtcjorm^tn Baby docket! BE AT INSTANTLY TRANSFORMED INTO A, 1 BED I BABY RAISING MADE EASY ! INFANTS 'NOT TORTURED TOES WH1LB/SEATED! ,. - JJ.rw DISTURBED In their SLUMBER ! 1 rROTBCTION upmost ALL CONTINGENCIES I STWT CO»ch WARRANTED fat ONE YEAR ( BEST MATERIAL »nd WORKMANSHIP I Kont SUPERIOR I None mo« PRACTICAL L Cha S* use* TWELTB month, i« th^'gA^f ' We would be pleased to show you the above cab, known all over the United. .States as Steinbac-h's Patent Sleeping Couch, to be had at The Grand Bazaar. 307-4th 'Street! F R E E • READING ROOM, Open Daily and Evening, 321 Pearl Street Welcome to All. Physician ana Surgeon. Ofllce, McCaffrey Block Broadway Cor. Sixth St. Residence, 1122 High Street, Logansport, Ind. aprid&wlm Daily Journal. TUESDAY MORNING, APRIL Mra. Alton's Parisian Face Bleaoh 1 Golden Hair Wash. Mamma Dura, for devel- opine the bust. Rutma, for removing iupcrflu- ous hair. Bane dressing. All goods wholesale and retail. Send 3 cts. for illustrated circular. Pull line of fine hair goods. Mrs. R. W. Allen, 119 Wood. Ar., Detroit, Mich. MONEY TO LOAN! Aad Nates Bought In any sum over $25 at lowest ^ rates, targe amounts « per cent. GEO.B.FORGY. MONEY TO LOAN, " n «iy sum ot iht l,O«"Kt;T on'.y. tffocwy alyrnye in hand. J?o ro 1 i»ps or £ »l«7. Interest ',nd prluclpKl pejuble ID Ix>{j*tii&- port. Special ttrrfrnMtii^enW 1 HP *ft pajm&Tti oJ principal and Uiiere-st, zittd&to *nit t v «e wlHhftfol DOrrower. For ^rHier smrticalnre apply to Fred W. Munson, On Mondays, Fridays or Saturdays. 214 Fowtto stieet, opposite Conrt Honse. DR. W- D. SNOW, OFFICE and Kesltlonee 102 Pawnee St. LOGANSPORT, • • • mD. Special Attention Given to Acute and Cnronlc Diseases and D:3eases of Women and CWJdren. Consultation Free. Night Bell Promptly Responded to. M O N E Y, * ant! LcutnB. All klutia of in- inronc» plsoocl in nrst <!!&»•• companies. Endowment poUtuee. vorobfcMxl, .Bonds of imratyBi. written lor psrtlae hoifllcs poriilraf of iron: •hero •'bond if rm)ti!re<!. PEAR.L, ST. Closs on DOLAN'S OPERA-HOUSE ONE NIGHT ONLY. Tuesday Eve., April 7tti. A. C. Guiiter'N Great Comedy-Drama, MR.-BARNES, Of New York. Produced nndsr the management of 3Ir. • FRANK W. SAN GER Of the Broadway Thenter, Mew York, with the orlgIna! Ctvst and Scenic EftecLs, Including the famous RailPOad Seene n— ?1.0O, Vac, 50c, 23c. 'Q° PERAHOUSE » p IHDIAKAfOUI. SPECIAL ENGAGEMENT OF THE WORLD'S GREATEST ACTRESS, Make your ice contracts with John Baker. mchSidtf Mr. J. W. Fuller is confined to his home by the grip. Miss Adelia Brown was in Indianapolis yesterday on business. Mrs. Rev. W. S. Birch is convalescing- from a severe 'attack of la grippe. Schuyler Holly, an employee at Stevens Bros, planing mill, had his thigh badly lacerated by a buzz saw Saturday. ••Mr. Barnes of New York" is a first-class dramatic production, and should be greeted by a packed house to-night. ••Why, Maud, how your complexion has improved." "Yes, I took B. F. Keesling's advice, and use the famous •Blush of Roses. 1 " . 11— Mr, and Mrs. J. T. McNary are extending-their western trip on to San Francisco, having departed from Salt Lake City to that place Saturday. . The friends in this city of Mr. and Mrs. Eben H. Wolcott, of Wolcott, will bepleased to know that a bouncing boy baby lately made its advent into their pleasant home. To Mr..and Mrs. Will McClurg, of the South Side, a son: to Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Murray, of the West Side, a son; to Mr. and Mrs. James Runnell, of Clinton township, a daughter. Will Wolf, of Ft. Scott, Kansas, and Mrs. Otto Cline, of Indianapolis, are in the city, called hereby the critical condition of their venerable father, Mr. Wm. Wolf, on North street. There were many eager buyers at the Bee Hive yesterday to obtain a dress pattern of those splendid homespun camel hair suitings at 39 cents a yard. They are the latest imported fabrics now selling- everywhere at 571- cents. The county commissioners • were enga:ged yesterday in considering- bids for a 105 foot bridge across Pipe creek and a forty foot bridge across Homey creek at Michig-an avenue. .Thirteen bids were. opened. The contract is not yet let. The^celebrated Nashville Students, a company of colored singers, will ftive a concert in the rink on the evening of April7. 1891. See small bills. Admission adults, 25 cents. Children, 15 cents. aprodSt The three branches of the Epworth League in this city are arranging for a union meeting at the Market street M. E. Church on Wednesday evening. April 15,. and an. extensive and interesting program is being arranged for the occasion. . The merchants tailors of the city have adopted a lower scale of prices to -pay their workmen and a strike among the ' 'jours' 1 is said to be imminent. The new scale shows a reduction of 50 cents on a pair of pants and $1 on coats. The Carleton club is completing extensive-arrangements for its farewell dance in Kreuzberger'shall to-morrow night and a great time is expected by the members of 'the club and their guests. A large number of guests are expected from neighboring cities. James Oustoff has been arrested at Rochester, charged with the murder of Michael Overmeyer, who was shot, dead on the lllh of March, and robbed of §300. There is no evidence against Oustoff, save that he answers the description of the murderer as given by a "wizard." - Crawfordsville Argus News: The property of Ira McConnell facing the college campus on south Grant avenue is being remodeled and fixed up for Rev. W. S. Brown, the new pastor of the Christian church, who expects to Miss Maud Church spent Sunday with relatives in Goodland . A couple of plain drunks figured in the police court yesterday mot-ning. The usual fines was imposed. Elmer Lingquisti who is operator for the -Pan Handle at Washing-ton Heights spent Sunday at his home in the city. Another large crowd of railroaders and their families gathered at the Christian Church Sunday afternoon to .listen to the\earnest discourse of-Jas. Bur wick. Win. Newpher the well known Pan Handle engineer and his bride, have returned from their European bridal tour and will go to housekeeping on the West Side. In the Journal this morning 1 will be found notices of the death of four pioneer citizens whose combined ages made more than 300 years. This is rather a remrakable showing. Mrs. E. F. Morrow who has for a number of years conducted the boarding house at the corner of North and Fifth streets, ' has retired from the management of the same. Mrs. A. J West has leased the building and began the management of the house yesterday. Rev. T. S. Freeman, the new .pastor of the Ninth street Christian Church, preached the first sermon of bis pastorate on Sunday, the same being well received by his congregation. He also received a new member into the church. Rev. Freeman is a young man of great earnestness and much force, and his work in the church promises to be productive of great good. In honor of the G. A. R. post which so kindly postponed the celebration of the anniversrry of the founding of the G. A. R. last night in consideration of the benefit performance given at the opera house for the free reading rooms, boxes at the . theater were tastefully draped in the national colors and a pretty and effective tableau of Liberty was introduced during the progress of the second act of the Chimes of Normandy. ITIerU We dosire to say to our citizens, that for years we have been selling Dr King's New Discovery for Consumption, Dr. King's New Life Pills, Buck lee's Arnica Salve and Electric Bitters and have never handled remedies that sell as well, or that have given such universal satisfaction. We do not' hesitate in guarantee them every time, and we stand ready to refund the pur chase price, if satisfactory results do not not follow their use. These remedies have won their great popularity purely on their merits. B. F. Keesling Druggist. 1 Notice to HorM'iuell. I will stand my registered horses at Star City Monday and Tuesday; at Royal. Center Wednesday and Thursday Logansport Friday and Saturday; occupying the same stables I had before. ••Billie Wonder" is a draught horse without a fault; "Billie Gilbert," a superb registered trotter. Call and see these horses. IKA. FCNK, V. S. Royal Center, Ind., April 6. Lint of Advertised tetters. Remaining ID the postoBlca at Logansport for the week finding April 4, 1891. LADIES' LIST. Bodley, Mrs. II, Rller, Emma Miss Orrlflin, Jennie MLss Sutherland, Mollle JIIss Morpliet, Lizzie Miss Weldon, Alice JIM. BENTLKICEN'S LIST. Allen. Win. C. Morden, Dar.lfJ Curry. Ooseph Myers, J. Hannah, E. B. Neal, J. H, Ware, George. Persons caHing for the above letters please saj- Advertised. D. W. TOMLINSON P. M. Carter & Holmes, MAKERS of NBCKWAER! i CHICAGO, March 23, 1891: OTTO KRAUS, Logansport: ' Dear Sir—Your recent order is just completed and goes forward by to-day's express. V'e have used every-\J effort to make your Goods to the highest standard antitrust they will open to your entire satisfaction and war-'jj rant a continuance of your esteemed patronage. We are Yours Respectfully, CARTER & HOLMES. The above Neckwear has arrived and we respectfully solicit your inspection. OTTO A. KRAUS. SOME USEFUL KNOTS. A Few Practical Pointers on Using and Repairing Rope. I hired an old boatman to assist in haying, and lie gave me a few pointers on using 1 and repairing' rope which I found ; usefal: To fasten the whiffletree he used the ''bowline knot," Fig-. 1. After passing 1 the rope through the eye or clevis he put the rope in the shape as seen in the solid part of the engraving and then the short end as in the dotted lines. One o^the yarns was smaller the other, and to take up the of the rope between the first than slack A Special Verdict. At Kokomo on Friday the jury in the case of Henry Heil vs the Pleasant Grove gravel road returned a verdict awarding- to plaintiff damages amounting-to $2,500. It was a special verdict, the aim of the jury being- to'find for the plaintiff in the sum of $2,845, but by the wording o/ the verdict only $2,500 is awarded. The pike' com-' pany will carry the case to the supreme court or ask for a new trial on the ground of defective verdict. JDr. Bircli, P. eliding Elder. Rev. Dr. Birch, pastor of the Broadway M. E. church, was appointed at the meeting of the northeast M. E. conference at Huntingdon to act as presiding- elder of this district. Rev, Norris, of Noblesville will succeed him here. It is said that Dr. Birch's appointment will necessitate his removal to Kokomo. The other appointments affecting; this city have not yet been learned. Commendable. All claims not consistent with the. high character of Syrup of Figs are purposely avoided by the California Fig Syrup Company. It acts gently on the kidneys, liver and bowels, cleansing the system effectually, but it is not a cure-all.and makes no pretensions that every bottle will not substantiate. BeleaNed Until Friday. -Wm. O'Neill who was arrested some days ago on, the charge of making counterfeit money was given a preliminary hearing before U. S. Commissioner F. W. Munson yesterday afternoon and released on his own recognizance until Friday. TRY BEEF, WINE and IRON, As a Tonic. Sold by ft C PUR CELL, Druggist, 418 Market Street, Near Pearl. BERIMHARDT! IN VICTOREAN SARDOO'S TWO GREATEST . PLAYS, . APRIL 14, "FEDORA" ., APRIL 15, "LA TOSCA" Pri»»rrtid with the iam» Grqnt Company «nd thi «»m« . Elibonti Scenery, Cotfumet and Prop«rti« u w«r» employed In New York. PRICES OF RESERVED SEATS: Ml Lowir F!ooiv$3. All 2d Floor, $2. All 3d Floor, It. Sale of Seats Begins MONDAY, APRIL 6th. 5Mt> an tw itcuitd by writing «• ttl«frtphlnf Dickwn & T>lbatt-'lndluupoU4, Ind SPECIAL NOTICE.—P»mn «f t«n or mtri tin »tw» »«. Apply to LocWAgtnt, move his family here from Logansport in a couple of weeks. Peru Journal: Mrs. Eva Hunt went to Logan sport this afternoon... .Nat Martin of Hendricks' drug store, will go to Logansport in a week and take,a position as head clerk in Johnston Brothers 1 pharmacy.- .M. C.Wilson, of Logansport, and Chas Bruck have purchased the barber shop formerly owned by "Hint" Goldsbarry, and will continue business at the old stand. Fort Wayne Gazette: The indications are that the eighth annual convention of the Indiana division of the T. P. A., to be held in this city the first Saturday in May, will be well attended and an enjoyable affair. Arrangements are under way for a reception to the visiting delegates and their wives in the evening, to which all' the jobbers, manufacturers, and commercial travelers of the city . will be invited. . Posts E and E of Lafayette and Logansport have signified their intention of attending in a body. A La-ly in Texa* Write*: My case is long- standing-;, has baffled many physicians; have tried every remedy I could hear of, but Bradfield's Female Regulator is all that relieved me; Write the Bradfleld Beg. Co., Atlanta, G-a., for.further particulars. Sold by Ben Fisher. ' to!2 Notice. Mrs. Celia J. Tig-g tenders her ser • vices to the citizens of Logansport as sick nurse, having had many years experience—hopes to give entire satisfaction. Residence front room at Mrs. McMian's, No. 722 Race street. apr5dltawlm JPJnuforo. All persons who are going to take part in the Pinafore are requested to be present at a full rehearsal at the Reading Rooms this evening. It is hoped that all of the Chimes of Normandy chorus will take part. Horse Clipping;. I am prepared to do horse clipping in first-class style at Earl Stuart's Livery stable. WAENEK STURGEON. mar31d6t Notice. The hack list for the Carleton reception will be at Busjahn's drug store until Wednesday at 12 "o'clock. By order of the President. apr7d2t FIG. 1.— FIS. 2.— BOWLINE KNOT. SHEEP SHAXIv. pulley and whiffletree he put the "sheep shank," Fig-. 2, which will not slip and is easily undone. After working a few days we broke .the rope, and, to save me a trip to town .,and the expense of a new rope, he said .he would put in a long- splice. It worked all right, and it would be difficult to find where the splice was. He untwisted about three feet of each end at the break and interlocked the strands as shown in Pig. 3. He then untwisted oi-e strand y of the rope B, and in the Vacancy made placed strand 3 of ropo A, twisted hard, until he had it ill in but about a foot. He then, untwisted this foot of strand and cut away abou.'^ a third of it, and then twisted the remainder hard again. He then cut off all bat about a foot of the long strand y that lie i had just taken out. He then untwisted this foot of strand and .cut away a third and twisted it hard as he had just done „ ~ on strand 3. He then tied them in a , common singly knot, as seen in Fig-. 4. He then, reduced them about one-third more and passed strand 8 over y and under z anfl x, then over the next strand and under the next two strands. Then put y over 8 and under 1 and 2, then repeat. Then he changed the rope and took out strand 2 of rope A and place in strand z of rope B, and cui'Jjgnd fastened as he had just done with strand 3 and ;/. ' He now had two strands left, 1 and x, which he cut and fastened the same as the others. My snap rope not being quite long enough, he fastened on a short rope by the short splice. He untwisted about a foot of one end of each rope this time and interlocked them as for the 'long splice (Fig-. 3). He interwove them something like this: x over 1 and under 2; y over 2 and under 3; z over 3 and under 1. He cut away about half of each x, y and 'z and interwove them again. Then put say 1 over y and under 2; 2 WORLD'S WHEAT CROP. the LONQ SPLICE. It Is Almost Certain to Fall Below Consumption Computed. LONDON, April 0.—The Standard publishes a long- and careful review q: the agricultural outlook, in the course of which it says that the steady rise in wheat revives the hopes of the English farmer, 'adding that wheat' wil probably reach the highest price in many years, the principal cause of the rise being the failure of foreign crops. The wheat crops-of France and Russia, according to the Standard, .are much below the average, and the same paper says the deficiency will be at least 20,000,000 quarters, adding-:' "It is expected that cold winds mad frosts have almost destroyed the French crop. Germany, Holland, and Belgium; all £urn!sb> pessimist reports. In Koumania there is a decreased -wheat area; and In India there has been a bad wheat -season. The only, .exception Is,Hungary, .where there are better prospects; but it is almost certain that the world's wneat consumption Trill exceed the production computed. Whatever the magnitude of America's crop may be, it "will not be sufficient to cover the European deficit, thus compelling an extensive draft upon the reserves for the third year in succession. "The increased home consumption, the decreased wheat area; owing to the snread of 1 population arid recourse to scientific tillage in: order to repair the waste of first settlers, thus increasing the cost of production, must inevitably remove the American farmers' 'ormid-, able competition in European markets aud allow the English farmer to look forward to a prosperous future." P. T. SARNUM WORSE. Tile FIG. 4.— FIG. 5.— SISGLE KNOT. EYE-SPLICE. over z and under x; 3 over x and under y; cut away and repeat. He fastened the rope to the fork by the eye splice (see Fig 1 . 5). The end is interwoven in the body of the rope, the same as for the short splice. — American Agriculturist. Old Showman's Physician Says He Can Last Ouly a Few Days. BRIDOEPOHT, Conn., April 0.—P. T. Barnuin's condition has changed-. for the worse and he is very low. Dr. Loomis, of New York, has been sent for. Dr. Hubbard, the attending physician,- says that Mr. Barnum cannot last much longer—a few days- only at the best. Mr. Barnum has been ill for ciore than a month now. His condition has not till the last few days been such as to cause much alarm to his family and friends, but it is evident that the old showman has steadily lost strength. During his illness Mr. Barnum has spent most of his time in bed, but. has attended daily to business and has dictated his voluminous correspondence. His mind has retained all itsj old-time vigor and clearness. RACE OF 11,000 MILES. Flocking to America. BERLIN, April 6.—Emigrants leaving Germany for America during- January and February numbered 7,643, tier larg-est number for that period for five yeai-s. DUBLIN, April 6.—Last week 1.S49 emigrants left Ireland for America: They are mostly farmers, but a fe-w ar« mechanics, A Destructive Alabama Frost. MOBILE, Ala., April 8 —Frost has caused great damage in this truck- v fanning- district. Tomatoes, cucran-' bers, squash, beans and peas are killed. Potatoes are cut down and damaged about 50 per cent The cabbage crop is not materially injured. Ttcbnuka Legislators Adjourn. LINCOLN, Neb., April 6.—The legislature adjourned at 4 o'clock Sunday morning without: having 1 passed the legislative apportionment bill. <5ov. Boyd says that he will call an extra session for that purpose, but the timers not yet fixed. , To Be President, O f Stanford's College. BLOOML\GTON, lad., April 6.—President David Starr Jordan, of the In- » diaria state university here, lias, accept- • edthe presidency of the new Lelan/1 Stanford university at Palo Alto, CaL, at an annual salarv of 810,000,' Raging- at Racine. RAWEST:,' Wis., April 0. — There are over 3,000 cases of grip in Racine. Every factory and place of business is, crippled. One doctor alone has 500 eases to attend to. Few cases , have been fatal. Negotiations have been resumed between William Walter Phelps, United States minister to Germany, and Chancellor von Caprivi on the' question of the withdrawal of Cfermany's prohibition against American pork products. Miss Mamie McKinstrey, of McKins- 6rey's Mills, Md., left a will bequeathing 85,000 to the Western Maryland college. The Slilp Trafalgar Beats the Ardencraljj in a Kun Iroin India*BOSTON, April 6.—The bhinTrafalgar passed Highland Light : Sunday afternoon. This decides in her favor one of those races so pbjaular years ago^^-a contest between full-rigged ships over a course 11,000 miles long in'which .all sorts of weather had to be met and every art of seamanship brought into play. This race was between the. ships Ardencratgy 2,023 tons, and Trafalgar, 1,696 tons. The Ardencraig left Calcutta December 10 and the Trafalgar sailed three days later... Both vessels , were jute laden,, the Ardencraig carrying more than jn,!iOO bales. Getting Points. Reporter—Are there any more facts about the deceased-that you would like to have mentioned?. Relative—Yes; lie was the oldest inhabitant of the place.. Reporter—Ah, I see. On his father's or his mother's -.i'lo?—.Judge. Both the method and results Syrip of Figa-ia taken; it is pleasaul and refreshing to the taste, and gently yet promptly on. the Kidneys, Liver and Bowsls, cleanses the Bys-' tern effectually, dispels colds, headaches and fevers and cures habitual constipation. Syrup of Kgs is tit only remedy of its kind ever pra duced, pleasing'to the taste s&& ac-,-^ ceptable to 1 the stomach, prompt in il; its action and truly_ beneficial in its effects, prepared ,pniy from the rnoit, 1 healthy and agreeable substances, its J many excellent qualities commend itf to; all and have made it the most- popular remedy Jkno\vn. feyrup of Figs is for sale »a 50a , and $1 bottle's by 'all leading .drug-?' grists. Any reliable druggist who* may not have it on 1 Lajid will pro-><^ cure it promptly for any one 'who/ wishes to try it. Do not accept any substitute. CfiUFQRNM HS SMI*? C® r SAN FBANC1SCO. CAL, fC'1,'13 VtfF. KY. ' NFW VOftX, N.' ror-iali>l>yB.F. KeasUngand all

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