Danville Hendricks County Republican, March 11, 1886

Danville Hendricks County Republican

March 11, 1886

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Danville Hendricks County Republican (Newspaper) - March 11, 1886, Danville, Indiana 'miF ih ».t.- . ' m I «Í^/ i,.' 'f l'i-'f 'f, '•/.li ft'-i^i' vj ■Si''*'.'-Sri tVvtò ■^lî'-» ' f'M !í Í # äf-A-ai- ¡rjäf ! e f Tor.;--..! UE TO THE EN^TBBEST or Î • J.i. VOLXÍME Y.—l^O. 22, DANVIIiL.E, mDIAIÌA, TI r, MARCH 11, 1886. $1.00 PER YEAR, INO BUMBUO. CLOSING : OUT : SALE! I des^ to close ont my entire stock and fixtures. Now la the time lor sucb bargains as never heard of In Danville. A. E. BnATTliC, Jeweler, ^•East side "Square.Ci W. Reichard, —DKALEHDRUGS! NIecttcihôs, Cherntcals, Perfumery, toilet Articles, Kerosene Oil, Lamps.Also Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Bnisbes, Etc. Danville, Indiana. W*. K. MCC1.KJLLAND. ARTHUR (î. 'J MOMPSOK M'ClELliliDJi TH0MPS08 FRU/g ndietäk and furnishers oflì mi MÚIBTOlAi surrs, PAMYILLR IND.^ ÏTICHOLS BROS., It, ^ DEALERS IN Ì Tiiilet Articles, Oils, Paints and ^ ViVerything usually kept in a iirst-class drug house. ».. ■ ri«. mm,. w:Treseriptions CareMly Compoiinded; West Side Square, Danville, Ind.STARä äBil Säle Km y and> Bvigg^s, ,and are read\ to serve/-:theier old customers with anything id the Livery Line on shorts notice and at reàsonable prìòps.. Stable,open day and night..'He^s Bought an^:So(d.. Promptly' Attended, Medicines, Oils. Varnishes, Toilèt : everything usually found in a first i In-short, Candidates for towji^mushal/are nutner-ous.. '/u Harve Vannice isvai^ndidateffo town marslial. - j," - - -i New candidates for county offices are heard of every few days. Hogate & Blake have purchased of H. T. Condee a new caligraph. ; . Cofer & Taylor have $6oo of private money to loan for one yfar. Miss Oiia Smith; of PlainId, was in Danville Sunday last, visiting Iriends. The Danville K. of P. Lodge will visit the. Lodge .'it Ladoga in the near future. Wanted—Cross-ties lor the I. & St. L. Road. Address B. T^ Bruner, Lena, Ind. 3 4 5t: The ball-tossers are making grenl preparations for a first-class club in Danviile-the coming season; The painters in Danville, at their meeting last Saturday night, failed to agree upon a schedule of prices. A very d'.sirable property for sale, on AVesi Main Street. For terms, call or. Dr. J. B. Harlan, Danville. 2 25 3t. We are under obligations to S. F. Wish ard for a report of the meetings of the Y : M- and Y. W. C Associations. There has'been seen several times within the past ten. days a bald eagle on the fai m of J. W. Morrgan, near town. James V. Mitchell, of Martinsville, Democratic candidate for Congress, is in the county looking after his fences. Joe Allison, the auctioneer, is prepared at all times to cry sales, at a reasonable price. Atidres?, Danville, Ind. 2 4 3mo. A number of the young folks enjoyed last Thursday evening at Mrs. Henry Adams- They report a very pleasant time. Rev. A. 15- Chaffee will preach in the Misbionary BaptistChurch next Sunday, morr.:"g nnd evening. All are cordially invited. Big Sam Thompsonj 6f base ball fame, left the first of the week tor the South, where his club will play a number of exhibition games. The candidates lor the township offices got in a good day'» work on last Saturday. A large number of voters from the country were in town. Oh Monday night U. 0- Brewer closed a ttieetine: of ten days continuance at Liz-tön, resulting in twenty-six additions to the ChriBtJ.^nvchurcn there. " Wabash Scratches and Itch cured in 30 minutes by Woolford's Sanitary Lotion. It never fails. Sold by Nichols Bros. Druggists, Danville, Ind. 4-9.iyr. A useful present to each purchaser ol one dime's worth of Mrs. Weimer's Early R if er Home. Made Yeast Cakes. E. H. Hall, t.ole agent for the city. tf. Wanted—One "or two good men to canvass lor the sale of the Singer Sewing" Machine in Hendricks County. Apply td the office in Danville. 3 ii 2t. J. W. Carrier, Ag't. Miss Nellie Hall, one of last year's ]»raduateb from our-High School, visited friends in Danville for the past week. She, with a number of her classmates; were the J quests of Miss Monie Miles ■oti last Wednesday. C. M. Griggs returned last -Saturday from his trip to Kansas. He likes the country well, and will move Ihds family there within the next six weeiA. H? will locate in Wichita county, :and' engage in surveying land. Yon are not old, yet your hair is getting thin. Your friends remark it, your wife regrets it Parker's Hair Balsam will stop this waste, save your hair and restore the original gloss, and color. Exceptionally clean, prevents dandruff, a perfect dressing. I. M. Silvey leaves this week for Kan-s, in search of a new location. Mr. Silvey has resided here but a: few years, yet by his energy and . business ability he has been a great benefactor to our town, and iwe hope he will yet conclude to remain iti Danville. Miss Mattie Terry wishes to announce 'to the public that she is prepared to cu^ fit: and make dresses, on short notice. All ^who want stich ;work done, she would be rpleased to have them call on her, at No. iyij West Marion Street; or she will sew '^y the week. , 3112t. It is svorth rememdering that nobody< /enjoys the: nicest surroundings -if in bad health. There areiihiserable. people about to-day with one foot in the graven to whoni a bbttie'of Parier'6 To'nib''wbuld ■ do more sood than all the' doctors and! 'niedicihet thev have ever used. C. B- Nicholson has purchased,- a first-class cane mill,'and-will-be prepar.ed.to, ^make 'first-class • sorgha'm.< molasses' >~the coming season. ' Hfe' hasshadjconsiderable ekpÄriehce, and with his m'odern imptoye-: ments he can'tuTTQish as good ■work-as-can hia^ ISlywHin'e; Location, dne.and one- Sell T. Hawkins, the taxidermist who purchased a bald eagle of Marshall Gorl rell a few weeks ago, displayed very skillful ~work in stuffing and mounting the bird. It was on exhibition in the window of the banking house of Parker, Crabb & Co., a few days last week, and'att^acted considerable attention. Jt is a fine specimen and reflects much credit upon Mr. Hawkins as a taxidermist. Confucius Wayland and wi.'e, of Seattle, Washington Territory, arrived in Danville Tuesday and remained with their parents one day, when they left for Washington City, where Mr. Wayland has been tendered 0 position as clerk in the Postoffice Department. Mr. Wayland is still a true Republican, and obtained his position under the cjvil fctrvice rule, having passed the required examination. Michael Cuff, of Pittsboro, was robbed on last Thursday in the city of Indianapolis, of $350. The money had been on deposit in Parker, Crabb & Co's bank, and on Thursday morning Mr. Cuff drew it out for the purpose of loaning it to some one in ihe city. He carried it in a bill book in an inside pockct of his coat, and hail not been in iht-, city but a short time whfii ne went into a saloon on Louisiana Street and was soon relieved of all he had except $10. Mr. Cuff claimed that a. man by the name of John Jones got the money, nnd caused him to be arrested. Jonts confessed his guilt, but the money couitl not be found. C. L. S-13. Folluwirtg is the programme for the next meeting, to be held at the residence of Mrs. Tomlin, on Monday evening, Marcli J5: r. "Needed Dress Reform"' — Mrf. White. 2. "Reporter's Items"—Mr, S. C True-biooc'. 3. ^i..ocal History of Danville."—Arret-ta Huifington. 4. "Coral Anmials and tiieir Work"— Mrs. Trceblood, 5. "A 6» Roman Vices"-Dr.C. E.Harlan. 6. Query-Box. Responses to roll-call will consist of conundrums. tiîi - ra ..v OBITUAET. -^iir^t i* V -A V MeCardT is no More. ñ1|súe'occúiTéd at Ws -late home in r Mitfch', 9th, at 6:20 a. m, y^^Eii^jnontiis^and 3 days. He mjLancaster Co., Pa. - He came ^aTrent^Satáuiél- and Mary—to ad Vettied a few: miles east of Indiaijapolis,, In;thi8 place he Ç'thé cabinet-making btisiness,' Éîè'VoUowed Idf iome iímé; aftèf-^ ârhed his attention to carriage-He r was an excellent mechanic te It is said hcimadft; the first fine "bffin'éver made in Hendricks Co. living in Belleville he lost his first fahala Wood—to whom he was î January 31, 1841. To them were fechildren. On the iSth of June, Í was married to his now bereaved jpn ; eight children were born to ióur of his children had preceded e better world. ' icCurdy in early manhood acceptât as his -Savior, from whom he fcedecl. He lived in the most jov.-iowship with his brethren of the St Episcopal Church. Also, with Irnities to which he belonged—Anide r. of Masons, and the Independiar of Odd-Kcllows—the latter harge of the iunerai, which takes the M. E. Cnurch, M'^ch ii, •ie pastor will conduct appropriate t the church, and the beautiful fvice of the order will beread at the e had btíen in poor health since For a time, recently, there was emed 10 be a lair: promise ot at t=al recovery, but later pneiimonia im which he suffered .much until leased him. His life was hono'-a-pright, ..He was a true friend, an sffecti^ate husband, and kind, indulgent f«íKer.ífeHis ¿lid was most peaceful. I heard a voicc from heaven, rite blessed aré the deal! which Dra trom hencçfoirth.f Yea, Spirit, that they may rest, fromi; b'rs and the .works do folleiw "An; saying; \ , Í -in pnces on- BL&KKBT8, HOODS, UNDËRWEAR -AND- TVIT»rTiEI8, HOSIEitYî LIIsr<3-S ifficial Board of the M. E. Church Ithe "following resolutions : Circuit Gourl. The Maich term of the Circuit Court failed to convene on last Monday. The jury, witnesses and lawyers were present, but no judge. On Tuesday morning the judge also failed to put in an appearance, and Clerk McClelland visited Indianapolis for the purpose ot learning the cause. Judge Ayers was engaged in a trial which will likely occupy his attention the remainder of the week. The attorneys interested in the case deceived his Honor by telling him the trial could be disposed of within three days, which would-have given him time to be present at the opening of the couvt at this place. The attorneys of thè Danville bar, on learning the situation, called.an impromptu meeting ior the purpose of discussing the situation. R. B, Blake was chasen president, and after nearly all the members had expressed an opinion, it was agreed to follow the section which authorizes the clerk, sheriff and auditor to appoint a judge, under certain contingencies, and Charles Foley was selected and appointed to preside until Judge Ayers arrives. Only formici matters will be disposed of, such as calling the docket, making up the trial calender, the filing of motions, etc. Judge Ayers has greatly impaired the business of the term, and it is thought by many that it would have been niuch better for him to have called a halt in the case he is engaged in, and give them, if necessary, a new trial at the next term, rather than to continue it to the injury of the entire dockèt in Hendricks County. No criminal cases will likely be tried at this term. i^ihis OfScial Board has heard wtt ^ iiaiite 9f;.Bro.-J^es T.'McCu^^^ occupieifiS^a^ftinODR the'official'xoetnbers ot thiS: church, theiefore ¿«0/^, That in his ¿eath the church has lost a useful aBli '/exeraplary member, our community a good ci&en;' his wife a kind husband, and his thildreriSW affectionate father. Ajoi^, That we extend to his wile and family our 5yn™iihy ini this hour of aflBiction, and assure them thj^iye are their friends. Ttiat so far as is possible we attend the funeral^asja body. That these resolutions bp spread on our min^s, And.a copy be sent to his family. JBesolntions. - J Danville, Indiana, March, 8, 1886. WhMfas, It has pleased our Heavenly Fathe^o remove from among us our beloved ipiend and school-mate, Bennie C. ChaseSnd Wi^kis, As our school has lost an effi- str irker and an earnest and conscien-: ident, we deeply deplore his loss, iore be it That we extend our heartfelt y to the bereaved family, and with ^umbly bow to the decree of an Providence. ', That a copy of these résolu-li-esehted to the family of the dé-d also to the county papers for on.- 'éannes McPHETRIDGK, iialbert D. breweft, ' -Mattik McAdams, • îEmma Tomlin, • ¿e'Greene, Sadie Cook, RANK REICHARD, ► Com. Attention, Sabbatb School Snperlntend-ents and Workers. The S. S. Convention to be held in this place March 17 and 18, the programme ol which appears in another column ot this paper, will be an opportunity that none of you can afford to miss. Our State President, W. H; Levering, said to be one of the best and most efficient S. S. workers in all the land, will be here all the time. Aslo, we look for J. Finney, and J. B. McVeely, oi Indianap olis, the first State statistician^the other district president. S. F. Wishard;-who has spent .more than' a year in organizing county work in the State of Kentucky, will be with us. Again' -^e' say come, and let ' us have such a time of refreshing as never- before in this county, loiher counUes ^e c'oming up in^^is v7ork,and let not old Hendricks lag be-..| hiiid.. ; C. W. ST;É^yART, Preset ' Alice PiKK, Sec'y. ; . earne Sund In the providence of God, 's visited thé home of.our brother Chase and taken from them a iiinoble son, firom the church an Onsistent member, and • from the jfchool a faithful scholar. There- That we truly • sympathize im in' this, théir greatest' sorrow, ¡that God may strengthen them '.ve blessed others, tlf of the Church , and Sunday Mrs. F. p. ädams, Bells Conrad, ! M. J. MallerV, Com. ~at< ^ Money To -Loan. jjtó loan, $5,000 of home money 1 nt'rate of interest ■ ' Qèô'rgb-C. Harvev.^ , »» " r I vii !i Examination , Of -applicants for'Teachers'-Licenses —511 ».eld at Dan Ville,-untir-furtW .' AyE/R'QéâàRs,- ' ; . Aír"'/ ^having ¿rticlés^íof iment will pûéase c^l at once, iV knd take them away, as l unsh Vftw days. Brattiit. • - -v , .For Sale. , , ^'old "mare, ónbròken. tice, tf. 5 The " Green-Years." The Conference of Y. M. C. A. and Y. W. C. A., College Department, for Indiana, met according to the announcement of the programtne, on Friday evening, the 5th inst, at the M. E; Church, and closed its session on Sunday evening. The above head-line is the English translation of the Japanese name for the Y. M. C-A., or rather for an association so identical in character and work that they are the same in purpose, and may be considered as one, and was given by our Jap friend with the unpronouncable name, one of the delegates from Wabash College. Wliile it is rather ornate and expressive of the Oriental imagery of lan-gjage, it met with universal favor among the delegates, and contains a beautiful and ¡poetic thought. The dSÎcÊàtes ¡r.C" ii>e train, upon their arrival, by the efficient Committee of Arrangements from the Normal College, and shown to their homes opened to them during their stay by the hospitable îeople of our town. The Reception Committee did its work well, and every visitor was; made to feel at home from the first. The Conference opened with twenty six delegates from five colleges, and a number of visitors freih a distance. This was by fM too sjnall.a çepresent^ion. There will be. ipore next year. It was conducted by L.' ;D. -Wishard, ot New York, National. Seoretary of this department of the Y. M. C. A., and J ohn G. Blake, Chairman of the work for Indiana. Miss Garrett, of Hanover, was elected secretary of the meeting. From the first, the'proeramme, as published was followed. The sessions were largely attended, etpecially in the evenings, when standing room was at a premium. The Normal adjourned the usual Saturday session and thus gave the students an opportunity to lie present. Our citizens and christian workers were represented, and appreciated the discussions and enjoyed the enthusiastic way in which thé young men and women are taking hold ol active religious work. The discussions were live, earnest and practical. The singing was a feature, and was of the ringing gospel type. G. A. McQuoun led the music, and Mrs. Kessler, the skillful organist of the M. E. Church, presided at that instrument. Solos, duetts and quar-< tettes were sung by Mrs. Welshans, laisses Young and Osborhes, and Messis. Blake, Saxon and Wishard. The pastors of the various churches were present and frequently entered into the discussions.- On Sunday morning L. D. Wishard conducted a union gospel service at the" Cumberland Presby terian Church, consisting of that church, the Baptist and the? First Presbytèriain. John G.Blake filled the pulpit for. .ithé Methodist people, which was followed V by ' the sacrament, of the Lord's Supper; On Sim day afternoon a gospel meeting for men was held at the M. E. Church, where three young . men expressed their determination to takèi Christ as their Savior and exainple, and at the same hour a simile, meeting for,ladies was. held at theïlirst Presbyterian Church. The'Cohterence adjourned » Sunday evening, with a farewell meeûng, which was attended by au overflowing house. There were present from a distance both delegates and visitors, probably^: seventy-five to one hundred persons. DePauw University sent thirteen per^ns;^ est delegation present. Danville people were delighted with their guests, and cordially'invité them to return whenever they^' can do so, as oiir community can'well afford. toa entertain such ga.thei-ings, as we reap the greatest blessings attending them, i The al»ye îs à brief >îew of ;the Confer-erice-and'very impferfect;- -It-•was' a feast for every christian ;wh«> .is ^trying to" an; swer 'thTe* troublesome^-.little «question, r'hriw?''as apîiliétf to chnfeU^^ ■ Thé^ ;Bible class, individual ,w,ork > and mission interests,' should'have been- heard-by, every ¿hmtîân.'in :our^ cbm&unity. 'theSply Wond4j8,.that .yre ^as- .çhmfaan,^^opl| could'bàTe'dodged-all .offthisslightningr in »t«» '-'ifiv-^'Wrlnt^rHral •idf'lftVco lohp:;anil Methodist Episcopal Ghnrcli, BanTlIie, Indiana. Services every Sunday as follows: 10:30 a.m. Pteachinp. 7:50 p." M. Preaching. • ' 9:00 a.m. Class Meeting, ' Geo. W. Wavland, C, I.. 2:.?oi'. M. Sunday School. Dr. C. E. Haklan, Sup't, Dr. Tiios. W. Johnson, [ , - . Mk . W. K. McCUiLLANL, : ^ Thursday of each week, 7.-30 Pra.ve.r Moofin!!-. First Monday incach month, 7:30 Board Meeting. All are cordially invited. loiix H. Iluci., Pastor. There is no use going to Indianapolis or elsewhere for your fall , suits when better bargains can be obtained at Danville. Alf. Welshans the proprietor of the merchant tailoring and gent's furnishing establishment, is prepared to suit you exactly. His goods are alvf^ys^ -selected with great care and the assortment is fine. He-^mploysp-i^^ the best worlcmen 'and" hisr^cutti;«,' é can not be excelled' anywhere. ' His line of ' - Furnishing Gosds sucb as neckweai-, all wool and Marino underweare, gloves, sus-' • penders, silk and linen handkerchiefs, shirts, collars arid eufls. will compare favorably with stores ia ! large cities and the prices are just ; as reasonable. >When in needb oi,. anything in the way o£ clothing, or furnishing goodsj don't fail , to»' call on MR. WELSHANS, • - ; North Side Public Square, , ■ Danville, - Ìnd> GERMAir CAEP. lift m FishT FishT For Hlfl E. B. Carter, of Danville, has a. number-1 of German Carp for sale; ages running Irom two to three years bid. Those desiring to start a fish plond should c¿..i on or address E. B. Carter, P; O'. Box J 80, DANVILLE, INDIANA, at an early date. • taaofsztuihiiim^^^^ ^ . Send loc, postajre,' and wé^: will n&il yon ftee a ro^, v;üual>]«;samDle .tex; ol goods that will put you,in the'way ol making' more money iit'.>tic£!, Uña-'; anythtng-clse in America. Both sexes. ot n !1. con Bve at home aod work m sparu tiine, or ail the: : time. Capital not ;Teqnired. We will irt voa^" Iramsnse p^ sure-lor>thnse w.h« startát once. ; ¿ Stinsoí» & Co., Portlandi Maine,; ii-s-Ss-iy along in the old ruts for so many year« But, as Miss 'Huron'said at thii tarcwcll meeting, the best things gaibércú daiiRg ' the Conference are thoséi which can ñót be told. But there. is every reason to be-' lieve that not only the delegates fromi^a-distance went Itome ta pul the new, thoughts in practice, but -it is s¿iw ic. tay.-, that in t'he-two associations in the NnrmaV; in the prayer/meeUngs and' the ííéncial w.ork of >otir..churcl^6yiilhere¡ .vv'ill be > r-.cn a. new i life ..a^ aeal as' the .he Conference.- One«,noticable leatwre sf^ihe meetings^ >--Was'-th« talent and earnebti.-css ot the Y., W. C;'A~. delegates; and it ibre- ■ r.'k xf^ '.li 'Ä - .-î women: t^v wjt ça,. \.4. iv-ï-i''''s-'t 't*-' Í ir<i:-» '■y'ip V a-'ipîW applìcart»^ < «a^ va. 'Ci^'^i. ' Î^'^I^M" «fi ;