Connersville Daily News in Connersville, Indiana
12 Feb 1895

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12 Feb 1895

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Connersville Daily News (Newspaper) - February 12, 1895, Connersville, Indiana in the daily news. Times and news company publishers. I�.50 in cents 2 cents terms. Per annul by Carrier per week by Carlsr per copy by Carrier is up Clai. Fri Illing to receive the paper regularly in. I Lieuie notify the Publ layers. The fair. Good suggestions by an interested citizen. Wooden wedding. Hon. And mrs. J. M. Mcintosh celebrate their fifth marriage anniversary. Telephone no. F 2. Merchants should remember that till daily news guarantees More and better returns for the Lioney expended than any other City paper. Wednesday Kwh husky i i quot. Forecast for Ladin us for the thirty my hours ending 8 p. La. Tohru airy 14 Light shows to Day to Niht and thursday fair Sli fitly colder. The National democratic Congress has one Day Lehs of life. Looked upon As a National Scourge Aliu Ost everyone is hoping for the end of its a distance to come quickly. A Bill has been introduced in the legislature to abolish poll tax we Are inclined to the opinion that it should pass. Only a very a mall per cent of the Fellows this tax calculated to reach Ever pay it. Cd. News i see by your a Ulualo paper there is being some interest taken in our county fair and i must say i like the spirit manifested by those at the head of it. I believe that every Good citizen is interested in the Success of it and i have a suggestion to offer. If you think it worthy of a place in your paper you can use it. We have nine townships in our county now my plan is this let the Money be raised to secure grounds und put up buildings etc., and then organize with a Board of directory of quot from each township and two Froni the City. This lot the ii meet and select a president. Secretary. Treasurer rid other of slicers and form a permanent organization that quot Hui quot. And of Pioneer life at Ker Hill by in response to the elegant invitations issued nearly two Hundred persons repaired to the pleasant Home of Hon. James m. Mcintosh and wife on West i fifth Street last evening. The occasion was the fifth wedding anniversary of the popular couple and was one of the most enjoyable of the season s social events. The Bride of live Summers was Graceful and charming in i dress of White silk with Flowers and with her husband was assisted in receiving by or. And irs. Caprez of Shelbyville. Decorated with ladie5, continued from last week the next person we will mention is major John Tate. He came to Bunker Hill in a very Early Day settled on the farm now owned by will Mcfarlan which he sold to Gen. Caldwell later on. Major Tate was brigade inspector of the Malitia in the state of Virginia. The state of his nativity. He was said to to the Best drilled officer in the state. Or. Tate taught one among the first schools in Fayette county the place being on the farm now owned by John Lair sex Sherill quot of Fayette county and known As the old Lilly Dixon farm. At about the same time his daughter Ann c. Tate also taught a school three Miles farther North on the farm if you want a Nice fitting dress you must have the Corset an entirely new set of men Are wanted for candidates on the democratic ticket in this state in 1896. Such an authorized announcement is said to have been sent out by the Powers that be and hence a great hustling among the Small Fry politicians May be looked for. A number of state Legislatures have taken the matter in hand of regular sleeping car fares a very proper thing to do. By the present system the travelling Public is not Only required to pay an exorbitant rate for a disagreeable lodging but in addition it is expected to pay the Porter for his services in the Way of if a this quot tip quot nuisance could in abolished altogether it would be a Long step in the right direction. It is stil Folie hoped that the legislature will regulate the tire insurance monopoly. Under existing regulations the peole Are at the mercy of this big Combine and it has not been slow to take advantage. Of the situation. If Given another t to years lease of unrestrained privilege there is no telling to what ends a will o. The tire Mono oly is grinding More Money out of the people than any other Combine in the face of the Earth and favor Abu action by is the Only to t for Lief. With Laws to Goverio have a Law that thu st directors in the future shall be elected by ballot on the ast Day of the fair on tie grounds Aud give every Legai in the county the right to vote. This would Muke very one feel that he is a part of on county fair Aud Crspo nimble for its Success and it would give Ali branches of Trade an Oigt porn Unity and Chance to look to its own interests and it could not l e said it is Only a horse race or a hog show or a pump Kin show but a fair an Ltd everybody will be there with something to make i a Success Aud help to better the condition of his neigh or Aud Advance the interest of Fayette county. Citizen. The examiner appears dreadfully shocked because a Tepu Hcan Chi Testant was seated in the state legislature a Day or two ago. And devotes almost a column of its space to a recital of the dreadful fact does anyone Ltd member of that Ever having t x habited such symptoms of morality when its party both in the National Congress and in the state l Gisl turn has voted republicans out of Olvice without the semblance of evidence t it justify the outrage did it to the Gravity of the situation win John m. Clayton was brutally murdered re the state of Arkansas for Maple offence of looking up testimony to prove the honesty of his claim to a seat in the National Congress the Cheek of a democratic Liew paper claiming to be shocked by this Indiana contest. Is Only excelled by that of Gen. Dan Voorhees when he poses As the Soldier s Friend. A sensational Domestic i Felicity is coming to Light one of these Bright Cool mornings and Indianapolis an. Connersville people will t e involved in a scandal of no mean proportions watch the news this we k. Piper Heidi Leoc plug tobacco. St. Valentine s Day. The custom of sending Valentines is not the chivalrous one it was years ago then the daintily pictured and embroidered bit of to iffy paper was a Token of deep meaning. Now the 14th of february is celebrated Only in a farcical Way Aud instead of the Sweet scented Billat Deaux of be Olden tyme there goes through the mails that caricature from an Over wrought imagination steeped in dyspepsia and baked in pie crust the comic Valentine. St Valentine s Day is at present merely a Day on which to indulge in this Penny mirth or foolishness whichever it May be called. The paint custom a lost most of its j Retty sentiment and meaning and is now either prostituted to a malicious Delight in wounding feelings or caricatured in the sending of these wonderful Gaudy pictures with the so a thought that it will be a Good to Morrow quot the Day we celebrate quot will again evil mice to a though fitful mind the fact that the american is As markedly Ilis ting Shable from o4ier nationalities ii his Lack of res act As by any other thing lit is no res Ector of old time customs. The Lierman. On a foreign so re. Holds dear the song the wine the Happy festival of the fatherland the a reverence for the thins of his ancestry in strongest lines from where the Light of the Yule log lickers in it Pieer framed Copley up to the gown the wig. Aye veh the Laws of the High Bench so it is with every one but the fast in shit tied Money Getling. Money Blind american. All halloween is a comedy st. Valentines Day a farce thanksgiving Day is fast becoming with Many a Bur Lescue. The reverence and respect for All festivals has been lost they Are now Only to amuse and if this is not too paradoxical the More quot april firsts quot the american can get into a year the better satisfied he is. He is even ashamed to hear the declaration of Intel Pruden a yet hut Little Over a Century Oid read on the fourth of july and join in the stir ring song America. It is More sport to go fishing and sport is what he wants. Even can Somas the greatest and Best festival of the year is not a Day of Charity and worship but an almost bacchanalian revel in Turkey Cranberry sauce and mince pie. Where we Are is Plain where we tire going is More evident but when the executive head of the nation is a current himself in the perversion of everything from the glorious fourth to the Money question there is no Power to Stop the tide of the american people. The Hall was gaily Atleco Ratecki win i a j. Bundrant three Evorgia sums and Palms and the whole of Connersville. Ann c. House was a Brilliant Bla let of Light. The second reception room was a Gem in its unique decoration. Beautiful Boi Kilets of roses bloomed everywhere while about he Walls and festooned from the ceiling Hung shavings i All Horts of fanciful designs. The decorations of the dining room were Pink and Here was dispensed a very elegant luncheon by caterer Theobold. Favors of All sorts of Little wooden toys were Given the guests and created much merriment. During the evening the enchanting strains of an italian Harp floated out Over the throng from a recess of Palms. In an inviting Corner the punch bowl was stationed presided Over by miss commons of Indianapolis and miss Josie Frybarger. Mrs. William Newkirk had charge of the China Tab a. The presents received were magnificent. They included a China closet writing desk and several handsome chairs and tables. Or. Mcintosh and wife were also the recipients of very Many unique productions in Wood. Throughout the function was h Brilliant one and with congratulations or. And mrs. Mcintosh received the sincere wishes of everyone for Many returns of their marriage anniversary. Her Majestic s Corset Silver wedding. The following is taken from a Van Dalia paper or. And mrs. N. Spalding celebrated the Twenty auth anniversary of their marriage wednesday evening at their pleasant Home of second and Madison Street. The occasion brought together a goodly number of the friends of this worthy Coujil who were glad to congratulate them on having been spared t enjoy each other s society and companionship for h Quarter of a Century and to find them when thus far advanced on life s journey so comfortable and Happy. All who were permitted to be present expressed themselves desirous of helping their favored c Tuple celebrate their Silver anniversary Aud most heartily did the guests wish them Many Hapy returns of the occasion. Or. And mrs. Spalding were tendered Many tokens of esteem and by their numerous friends in the shape of l Tauti Ful and useful pieces of Crystal and Hilver Ware. An elegant repast was served and All enjoyed a pleasant and and delightful evening. Consumers of Crew loft Caitlin Aew into paid a be Price Dorjee a tie Ordith bade tobaccos Willandt la Skansi rior to All Olilee Deidre or iii Nons. Nothing is More enjoyable to lovers of things literary and shakespearean than a recital when Given by a person of tine addre8s,beside pronounced dramatic ability. Next tuesday even ing miss Minnie m. Williams of new York will give quot a Winter s tale quot at roots Hall under auspices of the a. D. 0. U. Club. No one who has this wonderful production of Shakespeare and studied Over its lines will miss the Opportunity of hearing one with such Talent As miss Williams. K. M. Fowler dead. At fifteen minutes of 1 o clock this afternoon Kelly m. Fowler after a few Days illness expired from a Indus sus citation. Or. Fowler was stricken in the very Drime of life. Last thursday night the lock at the levee overflowed and allowed a flood of water to get into the engine room at the Connersville furniture factory. Or. Fowler is employed there As Engineer and caught a severe cold while working in the water. This resulted in his sickness and Ileath. Yesterday it found that his con lotion was precarious and when to became worse last night or. Joshua Chitwood or. Sexton of Bushville and or. Hendricks of Laurel were called in consultation with or. Dill Man. They found that the Bowel was telescoped and decided that no Ofie ration could save him. His death is a pad one and his Home on West ninth Street is indeed a House of mourning. He was but forty two years of age and leaves a wife and six children who have the sympathy of every one in this hour of affliction. He is an Uncle of Maynerd orb. Or. Fowler was born in Arkansas but for the greater part of his life resided in Franklin county. He moved to Connersville about two years ago he was a member of the methodist Church and also of the order of red Ien under whose auspices the funeral will be conducted. The arrangements have not yet been completed. Miles. Tate has one Pupil still living . Marshall Benedict of Aluie. Nee Ball. If the Rev. Jeorge Harlin is yet living and i presume he is he quot is the Only living person who attended major Tate s school. Or. Harlin who is eighty six related to the writer a few years ago Many interesting reminiscence of his school experience at Tate s school. The major left the farm moved to Connersville was elected recorder of the county and api pointed postmaster in which capacity he served As Long As he lived a period of eighteen years. He was very popular with the people and no Man cared to of Jiose him As a candidate unless he wanted to be beaten. Vim. A. Tate his eldest son late of Fayette county who died at the age of eighty nine taught school was Constable Justice of peace Deputy sheriff and Deputy recorder. One Pupil who attended we. A. Tate s school still lives in the county. This Pupil is g. W. Jones of Orange township who is in his seventy eighth year. Another son James sr., was an eminent physician an it a practice his profession in dark county Ohio where he died Many years ago. Joseph t. Tate late of Fayette county another son was treasurer and county re Coral or of Favette county for a Long term of e. E. Tate great grand on of major Tate is an educator and poet of local notoriety. Will h. Is also a teacher and Writter of poetry while j. H., jr., is a tine composer and performer on the violin. The tates were of scottish descent and their love for music and poetry is traceable Back for Many generations. Another noted character who lived at Bunker Hill in an Early Day was Captain James Vance. He like Caldwell worked scores of hands to Quarry Rock to construct the locks along the White water Valley canal and some of then yet stand As monuments to his memory. Vance was an athlete of no mean character and woe be unto the Man that crossed his path because the other Man was always sure to get whipped. When Vance an it i his crowd which he dubbed the Creek nation went to the then Little town of Connersville for the purpose of having a time they always had it the officers of the Law having too much discretion to Monkey with pm in such periods of convivial by. Vance was a Brave fighter in the War with the Black Hawk indians. He was a red hot whig in politics and As soon As the presidential election was Over in is my that elected general we 11. Harrison president of tue United states \ Ance rigid up live teams of oxen and emigrated to Iowa where he died at an advanced age. Vance Hohl his farm to Connell is Shipley. Shipley afterwards bought a Ouidell s interest and for a time Resi Deil on the farm with his sister mrs. Merrifield. Or. Ship lev was a widower and had an Only child Mary who after wants married the Hon. Judge and congressman Jeremiah Wilson. Fames Vance had a brother. John an Indian tighter and a Veteran of the War of ii 2. Vance built a saw and grist Mill on the farm now occupied by j. U. Tate. Such Mills at that Day were a great Boon for the people of the surrounding country. Vance s null did the grist work for a Large part of Fayette and Rush counties. Sometimes it would a pen that Twenty or thirty teams that had come from a distance would have to wait several Days before they could return Home with their Grain converted into meal and flour. Vance had in his employ a Young girl who was not considered sound in mind and once or. Vance and his wife went away and left u child two or three years old in care of the girl. The child in the absence of its parents became restless and the girl became tired of its , took it to the Mill race where it is supposed she drowned it As it was found in the water dead Vance sold his Mill to John Brown or. Brown was a Campbel Lite preacher of is me note and gave the Mill an alternate for attention but the attention he gave the Mill did not give Good satisfaction to the people still he continued to grind until the memorable freshet of 1847 swept his dam away and the Mill stopped to Start no More. Then Brown sold out went to Indianapolis where he reached the gospel the remainder of his Days. Oba Diah Brown the oldest son studied Medicine and made a skillful physician. Phillip the youngest son made a successful lawyer. One daughter. Catherine married a prominent lawyer of Indianapolis. About this time there lived near Bunker Hill a noted preacher of the Campbel Lite Faith John o Kane by name. He organized a Church in the old log meeting built by Hughes of whom mention has been made and there John o Kane did some of the grandest revival work Ever a com the flex Ibone or the h. Amp s. Corset and you will be de delighted with your dress. All of the above to be found Only at my mar Shera amp Mclntosh a Bank Block Central Avenue. Or. J. A. Walls. The Herb specialist. it at grand hotel Connersville Indiana thursday february a 1895. Central hotel Liberty ind., Friday february 8ih, 1895. Valley House Brookville ind., wednesday february 13. Site Dat Only. Consultation and one month s treatment free. His prices Are willing lie a coif a1 Stop taking i Lineral poisons. He treats successfully with nature s All forms of chronic disease that Are curable Catarrh disease of the Throat lungs kidney s liver and bladder rheumatism. Dyspepsia and All disease of the blood epilepsy or falling fits cancer scr Fuia and nervous diseases from any cause whatever. Volini uni is 1 men a minted with i of or i 1 Ali i v Iron Racli iii it in Soulli or Kuuri a -. Null 1 Lul Ilic n r Ribic. Iisc.,Ich. It i let jul ii them May apply Wuh lif a Chi. . Sell iii. With the ills to their quot x should not 1.ill to it ill Oigt the i n tor. No i la ii. A or la my it com Imo a cd m t licit imia. Mics . Ii sir in us of the acc . I i n. W myth 1 cum iii. Ii. Cost by in ten from Hii suits ii will in to your iii a. To to Coli ii Tho Doctrin if Yogi inc Mill ring Ironi Lac let a Ami if he l Anliot Ciric Yuu he will Tell yet nio it unite. Kiin Jinol Rich . U la month s horns office and Laboratory 21 South 10th Street Richmond ind. Polished by any evangelist in this county. After his Sermon he would give an invitation to sinners to give their hands to him and their hearts to god. Then Henry one of the Best natural vocalists to Ever listened too would Start that Good old hymn pc so Ghiors iii Mir nil Neilt by w. No a Mil mini i in it la u Ami sit i. A Lisus Hugh it a Ikuls to it ivc it on full of i Liiva Aivil Post. R. And whilst the congregation Sang penitent sinners would clock to the throne of mercy by the score. After one of those revivals at some future time the put 0 lev Oul Ltd repair to the Banks of Williams Creek to witness the rites of baptism As ministered by o Kane on such occasions. We have seen Hin to Leeds of pet re . Then again brother Calta would Start another Good old hymn in which the entire crowd would join a lii Lippy Iirilli it y w Hii iii lii Irsa Loliar Nucy. Jul Hutc Tail tip a lifer Iraa Wircs Alivo. I of. The old log Structure eventually went into decay. O Kane found other Wiehls of labor. His converts Idi uti lied themselves with other churches but there works still liveth. To if in n. Elliott s. D. Conner Dan r. Green. John Elliott will clerk for Andy Bell the coming season. Quite a number of the pupils of this Vicinity will try the examination for diplomas next saturday. Quincy Elliott deserves great Praise for the ability he showed in commanding the West line at the Fox Chase Jacob Jones of Columbia township made a business trip to Wilson Creek last week. What has become of Jimers y�?zll.,r do quot uil . We Are glad to state that Daniel Brumfiel. Who Issue altering with a set it to attack of incl amatory rheumatism is some better at this writing. Furry Juss As an expounded of quot political Economy quot ranks second to none. A Light in Eber Bateman s parlor window Signi les come one come All both great and Small. Come where Why to the Riverside literary at the Hall next saturday evening. Admission ten cents. Jack Tilton is no better at this writ log h d. Conner shi Ped two car loads of hogs from this place last week. Ask Dora Paikert Vav hat a quot Fellows quot face is Worth at her store. The quot Jackson township quot schools will close in four weeks. Holland Murray occasionally seeks the quot Hier quot place. The following Ipie lion resolve to that Reading Aud witing the English language Shuhl be a necessary Quality cration for american it citizenship will be debated at the Riverside literary on next saturday evening. At Irmatine ferry Luss Ambrose Elliott Marion Larmore negative u. . George Kinder will work for John Huston this season. W. Wolf s family is sick with the la grip. Thomas Nichols who went to Illinois last Spring has returned and hired to James Ludlow. We think j in has the Best hand of the neighbourhood. Frank Hackleman is the Champion tally maker of Hawkins. Of Nichols says the weather a too cold he believes he wont run. Obituary. Mary e. Corbie was born near Everton Indiana february 4, 185g died january 10, Chi 5. Aged by years 11 months and j Days. On Deceron ber 1h7h, she was United in marriage to . Bateman and unto them were born three it children a Sou and two daughters who with their father Are a it to mourn her . She was one a family of seven of whom one brother and four Sisters together with a widowed Mother Are living her father and a brother having quot gone Mary was a Loving and devoted wife Mother and daughter of a Bright disposition with a word for to Ryone. Sho will in sadly , not Only in her own Home but by who knew her As a neighbor and Fri iid. But we know that our Lohs is her gain. She rests in peace. .8�o to. Drunks. Patrick Mccarty lined by mayor Frost 10 05. Stayed. John Meyers paid a Hue of the mayor

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