Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on April 12, 1894 · Page 7
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Mr. J. F. Colt Like a Lump of Lead Distress In the Stomach, Nau««a, Ito. Hood's Saraapftrlll* Cured. • TIM following testimonial comes from Mr. J. t. Goto, who 1> with 0. A. Cole, UM well known )»wel)er »nd dealer In drufflit*' sundries at WlnUTMt, la., who became of eloitoonlaement HCtNd from ladlitttloa mnd that ttied iMltafi "<L.L ••vd* Co., Lowell, Mm.: M "Without air h«ilt»tlon I can recommend ••od'i BariaparUla. As I lure worked as ft wateh auker and Jeweler and hay* been cloieljr •oaflued to my bailne**, I wai lomettme tlaoe Treufclexl With My •torrnch. II §ee»ed a» « there wu a big Innp at lead la it and I was unable to take a long breath. JgWrttlng I ate distressed me very much aid BOOTH IN HISTORY. Til* SUtyar of President Lincoln Was Not a Hero. Am AnalTSli of tba On»t Crime of April 14, 11MB— The AsMliiiutlon at JTord'e Theater— Thu Aroh-Con»plr»tor'i Cuptar* and Death. whatever. I finally trl Helped, M« So'Much feat I got another.; and I li»ye now taken fonr bottles and feel 0. K. I can sleep well and «at Hood*s?# Cures hearty for which my thanks are due to Hood'* JiriapartUa." 'J. f. Com, Wtntenet, Iowa. Hood's Pills our«all liTerilli,bllloun«M, , Indigestion, »lok headache. Sto. Executor's Sale ot'Bool .Estate. Motion Is hereby given thatthe undeiilgned, ai •xecntor of the lax *U-and:W»t»n>«nt of M,VT 8. Button, Ocwaned, br 'oniw.of, the CMS Circuit Court, In and for Cau Coanty,' JndlHim, m an action pending therein, wherein George W. Funk, execntor ot the lust will and re«tnmeiit of Uurj 8. Button, deueaned, was plaintiff and Grace L. Harm, ot nl. were deienrinnta will on Honda; Majr 7.ISM, Ht the law ofllcs ol Miwee A V.nk In the cttr of Logansport, Ca's .lountr, Indiana, eHer lor sal« in iTlvalc" sale lh« following dencrlDed real estate situate In i oss county, Indiana, towlt: LoVNo. JDS In Jobn Tlpton's tomth addition to theeitjof Logansport, Indiana, excepting thereto >m the west «0 feet of the north W feet of said Term* of sHe:—Said real ettatr will not be »ld for lens than the np»lalsed value thereof. One-third of thu purchase money to be pnld cash; one-third In nine month*, and one-third In elgh- t»e n months trom date of sale. The purchaser to execute bin noies scoured bj mortgage on the premiss sold; all without relief from valuation and appraisement law. in case sale Is not made on aald day, thcs-ile thereof wl'l be continued at the same place and on the same terms and conditions from diij to da? until ioid. GXOROBTT. Fun*. Xxeeator o! the last will and testament ot Mary 8. Button, deceased. Ail Ordinance. [Special Letter.] History and romance are interwoven closely. Every time the anniversary of President Lincoln's death cornea around we read versions ol the tragedy differing- from each other in many particulars. Of late years some writers have delighted in picturing John Wilkes Booth, the president's assassin, as aa enthusiast who considered himself a worthy Imitator of Brutus and .other heroes of the stage and of history. Anyone who looks at the as- aassination of April 14, 1805, dispassionately cannot take sides with this morbidly-romantic school of would-be historians. Booth may have thought he waa doing a deed of patriotism when ho flrod the shot which killed Lincoln, but it would require a^re? markable torturing' of facts to make him out a successor of Brutus,_wh<j ils, in many respects, one of tha'nobleat creations ol Shakespeare. , The Conspirator and HI* Tooli» ^ . When John Wilksa, Booth .committed his great crime he "was twenty-, aevon year* of a#e. He was one of the' idols of tbe theater-firolnffpilbllo.hayinK inherited his father's remarkable talent in a greater measure even than his brother Edwin. Being 1 an ardent confederate, the downfall of Lee preyed, on his mind, and may .have produced. monomania. This would perhaps .be a proper and charitable view, had he carried out his evil design without calling to his aid others who were less intelligent and far-seeing,.; When CassiuB and Brutus conspired .they. called upon their equals in rank and opportunities. Booth associated with himself David Herold/a young druggist's olerk; Lewis Payne, a deserter' from the confederate ranks; Oeorpe Atzerodt, a sign painter; Samuel Arnold and Michael McLaufj-hlin, two confederate soldiers, and John H. Suratt, the young son of his landlady. He was the evil genius of these smaller minds. Ho filled their hearts with hatred for 'persons and things which before had been merely objectionable. He persuaded them to believe that murder waa heroic; and. say what we captures me. I will never be taken alive; now will.you help me or not?" While making this speech he pointed a revolver at the soldiers, who were captivated by his remarkable coolness and bravado. They assisted Booth andhis companion to reach Port Eoyal and found refuge for them at the Garrett farm, three miles from Port Eoyal, on the famous road to Bowling Green. Fumed. BJ Lieut, Doherty. Booth at this time was almost certain of making good his escape, He told his protectors that he intended to leave the United States and would go to Mexico to engage in silver mining. When the ex-confederate soldiers, whose names are given as Jett, Ruggles and Bainbridgo, left him ho seemed in good spirits, utterly oblivious of the enormity of his crime. But the hour of reckoning was near at hand. Lieut. E. P. Doherty, of the Sixteenth New York cavalry, with a detail of twenty-five soldiers and two detectives, waa scouring the country. By accident thia party oame to 'the same ferrjn,bj* -which; Booth i.and hi* companions had crossed t the .Rappahannock. This ferryman was questioned closely, and finally confessed Beltetd*ln«d»r th» common council ol theclt) •f logaruport: Section 1-Anj Dor or gtrl ol the age of (our and •pmrdi, who mall wantonly, mlsofileYouslj step or lit upon the «t«p» of anj street railway car fir tbe purpose of inrHptrtioudr riding theieon, or •nail Intuir luanmiiUlDf loathe steis or sides tberraf, while tfi'Mttte Ikln met Ion or under war, Khali be suDWJaM f*f a aoe not exceeding ten (U» dcllarmwoeorl .mejln itidltcretlon - - • t -J -.'l.l*' 1 .!. " ' ? •. flection a-, balls or other eai, (hall upon. exceeding ten (1 •eedimi ten (10) . discretion deteral Section »-Tbis be In force from publication. i shaHUke aBcotind i it* .patsac* nnddue B. A D, BjjkD, Mayo?. ALMTBT 8WADBJOUI, CMj Cteik. ..... HEAD f*e application:** Powder luv. VATUKKCMHKB, Hoc'y to tiiiiti. Rev.BI«riop of Columbus, Ohio, wr(te<; OolMMi>;-lc.nnolo.iy tnouih for your Powdw. It hu wnd i» ol »n KI"V»I«I «»"k »' M»",I> "I"" "f l 5 in i h '':j l»lp "•• Am il.hlhMU with i(. dll my friend" to whom |llltt.nd uinnln »• null. n.th.iU.1 0 o,.F It Th. liUii .p«km«.l.n«oor«ln«ly <.rth.lrui.oril In tbo tvtta "M" »»i' '"•• !»"'•"> MunMi'i "> •!"•' * « l " - Mrihr »» iw>r to h.lp oih.r. wi,o •» luffei-lnr. I JCItI 1 H' IUIJ « 0: <. t! . a '» t<x " 11 " U- S. Appr«l»er'» stores, i'»i > * lm>t »»l"lJ *»' for • I »"" N "' of tvt ud I.Hi ni no wlitt frnm miny io.c»llf il onrM llTl«d, w» lndac«l by » friend to trjr Dr. lilrncy i C»- riwdir for mM-fr.™. H«« i~o..rcd njrkwr nj . M !»•« 1 «ui «™ h«r . n.lch tlek plilnly. It Wm nVhri from my .« 1 l">k "P»" « »• • P«' iu ™ ""• lnd h.r, r »-omni.nil»<l lu u.. i» m>ny ol t"j "™»r I k«« »•'» he«J or . «». »h«o B b» lanllm. , 60C. Sirncy Catarrhal Powder Co. l! 1«B MA3ONIO TEMPLE, CHICAGO. HMU ateryirhire ky a«g(rl»ti or dlreet bjr ni. IbtB. J 1 . Keeillng. <>• L Haoton and Brn it, Lo<an«port. Ind. /1HLKD—Saleiman •. manent place. B. Cblcaio, 111. i; talarr Irom itart, per- Brown Bros. Co., Nnnerj- L«»T8mak» 16.00 » dtp. ereateit kltebeo ', tMMt. e*w awented B*wll» He. 2 ton 1 in jSMThoM* »«jipl», pottagep»W,lr»e. ; '" vr * u - *»MUkrn ( Cffielnntttl. o., fXN to tike orders In ever? town and city; no m daUnrinv; lood wagea from start; pay weekly; l.atpttal required; work jew round. State »se. • QbKlf BBOa, Bocheitet, N; TV to take orders to, samplei w» will DM MD«B»eaa<Jial«rjr of allow libe- —»iHrton, SamplM MDt on application. Additu, LOOK Box « lit, New York Cltr. i. WILKE8 BOOTH. will, he led them deliberately to infamous death,... Payne.Vwas ...to hill Soward. Atzerpdt was/intrusted with the removal qfc{yioeuPreiiitfent.'John- son;, the others 'were., to opver, the retreat' >:o'f . the murderer8,-0;vrhe stools yidded'-to . .tbe,/\elbqronee^of ..their leader,>nt when the hour of action arrived proved too cowardly to carry; out their parts of the diabolical conspiracy. Tbe Great Crime Recalled. Booth himself was made .of sterner stuff. Five minutes past ten on the evening of April 14, 1865, he entered Ford's theater at Washington, where President Lincoln was attending- a performance of "Our American Cousin." Holding in one hand .a revolver, in the other a dagger, . he opened the door of the hox occupied by the presidential party, -placed the revolver close to the -president's head and-fired the fatal shot. At this moment the actor in the man predominated. Ho jumped from the box to the stage, waving the dagger, fell on one knee and shouted: "Sic semper tyrannis." Before actors or. audienco had recovered from their astonishment the assassin had made good hjs escape. When Booth sprang- from the box to the stage one of his spurs caught in a curtain, the fall producing 1 a vertical fracture of the loft log-. a VKtK paldtoladleeandicntlto wll the Rapid Dlih Waiher* Wa«h- •d!M|»i tben to WontOTtemtthottt ««tt]M ; banal. Ko experteno* neefwan: Mill at »j permanent poll lion, ArtdrMi w. P. Har- I * Co., Clerk Ho. 14. Columbia, Ohio. The Endup* of Booth and Herold, At this moment the murderer must have labored under intense -excitement, for, notwithstanding the most excruciating physical pain, he mounted his horse and sought freedom in flight. Herold, the most faithful of his followers, accompanied him on the journey. When ten miles from Washington, they stopped at an.inn at SurattsvUle, Md., fpr refreshments and then continued .their .expedition until sunrise, when' they arrived at Bryan town. Here a surgeon, .named Dr. Mudd, set Booth's broken limb and persuaded him to rest until evening. Next the conspirators found shelter in the farm house of Samuel Cone, near Port Tobacco. This man was a fanatical. '•'Secessionist and took a lively interest .in the fugitives. -.He introduced them ,to a contraband,trader ; wbo took them .'to a dense forest near his home, where • they remained f6r flVe days waiting for a chance to cross the Potomac into Virginia. ,(I am ,now. quoting • from history.) The opportunity . s finally came. The river was'erossed, and the conspirators prqceeded on their way td:Klo1iinond. At'Port Con way;,on the •Bappahanno'ck river, they encountered throe ex-soldiers of the confederacy. Instead of avoidtoff them. Booth. jnet ; them boldly, exolaltninff; "J am the •layer of Abraham' Lincoln and am SABRETT BABN.WHERE BOOTH WAS SHOT. that he had taken a party: of five men across the river the day before. Of the five he had known one, Capt, Jett, personally. Taking- Rollins, the ferryman, with them, the soldiers proceeded to Bowling Green, where they found Jett in a tavern. Driven, into a corner, the trooper made a cleun breast of his connection with, Booth's escape, and accompanied the soldiers to Garrett's farm. Sergeant Corbett'e Fatal Shot. Lieut. Doherty and his men reached the old farmhouse at two o'clock In the morning. The lieutenant dismounted, knocked, and seized old Garrett as soon as ho had opened the door. The old farmer swore that the two fugitives had left his house, but his son Informed the officer that they were hidden in the barn. The soldiers at once surrounded the rickety structure and demanded the surrender of the inmates. When no response came to this summons, they piled brush and hay against the barn. This significant measure induced Heroltt to give himself up; but Booth appealed to the lieutenant to give him a chance for his life and offered to fight the soldiers singly. The challenge was, of course, declined. Meanwhile the men hod set nrc to the barn. The bright flames revealed the assassin, leaning on a crude crutch, in the act of starting .toward the door. At this moment Sergt. Boston Corbott fired the shot which struck Booth in the back of the head and produced death a few hours later. And thus closed the second act of the great national tragedy, on April 26, 186B. Booth!! Omvo at Baltimore. The-body.-of Booth waa taken to Washington., An autopsy was held and the remains identified. The story that Booth escaped and that som» other body w»s substituted is without foundation. This rumor is repeated about once a year, although it should have been set at rest long ago. After-the inquest the body was buried in one of the cells of the old Washington penitentiary. There it remained several years when it was given to members of his family. Subsequently the rc- SEHOHA.NT BOSTON COKBETT. mains wore interred in Green Mount cemetery, Baltimore, as the following document proves: Offlcf of SUP'T GREEN MOUNT CEMETERY. , . BALTIMORE, M»y 25, 1891 The remains at J. Wilkea Booth were Interred In thta cemetery in February or M»roh, IMS, being brought from Washington, D. C., hi Jno. H. Weaver, undertaker, alAoe deceased. RusBltl, Foreman. A Had Ptainre. The next time you are In a ruelanehol; mooi aa too are almost certain to be If you become bil ous or djspeptle, picture to jourself the eondltlo of a poor man who, Rlthm{£|a«rces and with family on his li<^itnr,~TSninnittimt on n sick be> Gloom obscure* bin nurrow horizon In every diri- tlon. Unable to-do any work: without means. < friends capable of assisting blm, with the posslbi prospect of continual 111 health; with runt, pe haps, unpaid and unpnynble, the ontlook for lili Is gloomy Indeed. 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