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Crawfordsville Daily Journal (Newspaper) - April 6, 1891, Crawfordsville, Indiana S s. S a. Womb with a Oanca Roua ulcer i twi standing and five Inch a in Diana or he been entirely re a red by a in bottle at Swiff Spee Fla. I Eon elder Iti if Lati wonderful Elmo it my Tacu loue. Let. J. H. His i. Of Labue cure a aug 1 a near this Tan had is of his face Ohleh had a Fin Vert his Cosa and was eating to a isms Eye. As a last is sort pot fan on Swiff a Sedilo and it Cas a bad he i entirely so and and Wall he k. V. Cikut Oglethorpe oks in cancer ties it i on Castor mailed tree a weft specific of Atlanta 8tyour watch is out of order you miss trains meals and All sorts of important engagements. You go to a shyster jeweler who keeps the watch two weeks charges you a big Price and it runs worse than before. You see in this space that c. L. Rost claims to be a first class repairer and resolve to try him. He fixes your watch promptly at a reasonable Price and it runs As regular As the moral is Plain. 207 East main Street done to think because it is Cloudy you can a have your picture taken. Cloudy weather is the Best for photographing. Over con reason a mrs. Wilson the Milliner is making such a favor Able impression among the ladies is because she has had a Large experience in cities and knows How to satisfy the various tests and yet make a stylish Bonnet or hat every amp Armstrong dentists Crawfordsville ind announcements. Daily journal. Monday april 0. 185 1. M it a Polit Fob Indiana ruin Peru journal sold. Charles f. Crowder a Crawfordsville boy who owned a two third interest in the Peru daily journal has sold the Plant to Arthur Bodurtha. A Oase transferee. The ease of Samuel Warbritton against Francis m. Demerit which was before the appellate court Lias been transferred to the supreme court let a cause of want of jurisdiction the ownership of land being involved in the Case. Funeral of Morton Swank. The funeral services of Morton Swank were held at the family residence of his fatties North West of the City on sunday morning at 10 110 o clock. The burial was at Oak will cemetery. Llev. John m. Stafford was the officiating Clergyman. First time in Teu years. William p. Johnston of near new Market was in the City for the first time in ten years. His last trip Here was in 1880.he has sent in Ever since to his taxes and has hardly gone off his farm. He thinks tilings have changed considerably since Bis last visit. In favor of the pity. Judge Snyder this morning decided the Case of the City against Giff Ridge for Selling Lipior without a License. It will be remembered that Ridge was acting As bark Ejier for Mike Zellar who claimed to lie Selling on a contract with the sex keeper of the Saloon Mossier. The court decided that the contract was a Sham and a fraud that the License to Mossier did not protect Zellar and that the defendant was guilty As charged. Uncle Hiram. The performance of Uncle Hiram Quot last evening was All that was promised. The piece is a Good clean healthy production vastly Superior in tone and sentiment to Many of the dramas of to e present Day. The character of Uncle Hiram is by no Means overdrawn or distorted. He is the Plain and cunning Yankee Farmer the like of which can be found in every Quot Down or. Woodhill certainly has studied the Yankee character so Well does he portray it. At music Hall. Status of the braying band. The members of the praying hand Are becoming disorganized since the wild episode at the Butcher ranch some Days ago. Butch has not yet been found and has probably left for Good. Several of the members scandalized by the unseemly performance has left the organization and joined the holiness band at the salvation army Barracks. Among this number Are James Brown and wife. The praying band was to have met with them yesterday but were not allowed to do so As or. Brown and wife were gaily singing the 6ongs of glory at the old salvation army Hail and not giving a Continental whether the praying band had a shelter or not. The sick. Robert Jones is quite Low. Aaron Hughes is quite ill. The weather is above de Byrd. Mrs. J. If. Bryant is very sick. Mrs. Boss Gabon is on the sick list. Jim Birch is very Low with pneumonia. Mrs. Reuben Smith is some better today. W. H. Schooler is considerably Beuer to Day. James Byrd is dangerously ill with lung fever. Win. P. Gregg is reported to be sinking rapidly. Mrs. Ben Warbinton is reported slightly letter. Hon. P. S. Kennedy will be Able to be out in a few Days. John Abbott is very sick at Lis Home 310, North Walnut. Marion Alston and family Are All Down with severe attacks of the . A it is said that another Young divine will shortly wed a charming Young lady of this City. A Mark Hays and family have returned from Pittsburg pa., to make their Home in this City. A sixty invitations have been issued for a birthday party to lie Given by miss Edith Coons to Morrow evening. A it is whispered that one of the prominent citizens of Darlington will Boon figure in a sensational divorce Case. A the social at the first presbyterian Church has been changed from thursday to Friday night on account of the anniversary meeting of the Young men s Christian association. Progress. It is very important in this age of vast material Progress that a remedy be pleasing to the taste and to the eve. Easily taken acceptable to the stomach and healthy in its nature and effects. Possessing these qualities syrup of figs is the one perfect laxative and most gentle diuretic known. I o Low learn Coke having bought the output of Yoko from the water and Light company All orders for Coke should be left at of. W. Hall s Coal office North East Corner of Market and Walnut streets. Oia Unoo m. Co tent will be candidate for Council Lioan from the third Ward subject of the decision of the Republican Primar or convention. A collars and cuffs Coon Brand at Swank a Clark Lead land. Mrs. Fisher Doherty sues John b. Robb for Possession of the Joplin Lead Laud. Hurley a Clodfelter have entered suit in tie circuit court at cart huge. Mo., in behalf of mrs. Fisher Doherty of this City for the Possession of the lend lands at Joplin now held by John b. Robb and his son in Law or. Street. Nurs. Doherty formerly possessed the land and claims in her complaint thut when she transferred it to Robb and Street she did so with the understanding that it was to lie reconvened to her As soon As certain claims in this City were satisfied. These Are now disposed of and she asks a re conveyance. The land has increased to a fabulous value since it passed into or Robb s hands and is now most desirable property from its Mineral wealth. The event of the suit will in it awaited with interest. Church items. There was one baptism at the Baptist Church last night. There will be a social on Friday evening at the first presbyterian Church. The prayer meeting hour at the methodist Church has been changed from 7 to 7 30 o clock. The indies of the Baptist Church will give a mite social at the Home of mrs. Wade on South Washington Street this evening. The District ministral association of the Crawfordsville District of the methodist Church will be in session Here the first three Days of next week. Bishop Joyce will probably address the ministerial association of the Crawfordsville District which meets in the m. E. Church two weeks from to Day. On Friday evening april 10, the ladies of Section no. 1 of the first presbyterian Church will receive their friends from 5 to 9 o clock. A tempting menu will be served. D. C. Barnhill has resigned his position As Leader of the music at the Christian Church on account of Throat trouble. Will Hessler put Smith will Likely succeed him. The Epworth league will give a May festival next month some time. There will be lectures on monday tuesday wednesday and thursday evenings and on Friday evening a grand concert by local and imported Talent. Among the lecturers is prof. Coulter who will deliver his famous speech on Yellowstone . V. Q. Irwin is in flood. Pc. P. Doney went to Logansport. De Brewer went to Lafayette to div. Dav. Mrs. Hannah Gilkey is very Low to a a. S. Casad is Down from Frankfort. A prof. Mclain left for Greece last night. A miss Carrie Ayers is quite sick with the grip. A a Aaron Blair of Indianapolis is in the City. A a. M. Scott went to Lebanon this morning. To. M. Gregg went to Chicago this afternoon. A a. B. Cunningham returned to Day from Muncie. A or. And mrs. Milton Clark went to Indianapolis. A Ira Mcconnell went to Indianapolis this morning. A Rev d. P. Mclain of Hillsboro is in the City to Day. A Gen. M. D. Mauson went to Indianapolis to Day. A Philo Safford left the City to Day. His wife is still Here. A Alfred Gardner of Brooklyn. N. Y., is visiting in the City. A miss Daisy and Edith Guthrie arc visiting in Indianapolis. . D. White and son Bob have returned from Danville 111. A Harrie Pontious is trying the Noblesville climate for the grip. A Albert Baker of Indianapolis s Ien sunday with prof. Campbell. A a. T. Martin returned from a lengthy visit to Chicago this afternoon. A a. W. Henry is packing his goods preparatory to moving to Indianapolis. A mrs. Euphia Robinson and miss Emma Robinson have returned to their Home in Springfield o. Be. C. Crane left to Day for a four weeks trip in the interest of the Crawfordsville coffin company. A miss Martha Morgan of Crawfordsville is very sick at the Home of her sister mrs. Joseph Gilbert East of the Terre haute express. A the misses Verna Williams and Marie Harlan have returned from Terre haute where they have been spending several Days of their vacation. For a disordered liver try Beecham s pills. A new and stylish suiting at Swank k notes. The seniors held an exciting class meeting this morning. The students will hold a mass meeting to Morrow in reference to prof. Coulter s removal. Will Greenwood 87. Has resigned his position in the schools at no Lilesville to accept the principalship of one of the schools at Joliet 111. A Loon to wires. Having used a a Mother a Friend i would not be without it. To is a Boon to wives who know they have to pass through the painful ordeal of childbirth. Mrs. C. Melbourne Iowa. Write the Bradfield regulator co a Atlanta on., for further particulars. Sold by Nye a co., ind. A reply to tax payer. To the editor of thu journal. I wish to Correct some of the errors regarding the proposed City slight Plant which appeared in your Issue of last saturday Over the signature of tax payer. First. While we cannot Tell exactly what the Plant will Cost Complete yet we know it will fall several thousand dollars Short of tax payer s estimate 335,000. Second. Tax payer charges up live employees at a total expense of 33.950. In fact we would want but three at an expense not exceeding 33,150. Third. Carbons would Cost us not More than 3050, As against tax payers 3800. Fourth. Water Oil. Waste brushes and repairs will not Cost More than 3350 As against tax payers 3500. Fifth. Tax payer says the loss to the City in taxes will lie 3475. This is certainly the most inexcusable statement of All. Why did not tax payer go to the City treasurer s records and get the Correct amount and state it to the people truly the Gas and electric plants together Here Are assessed at 340, on this they i. Fixes at 85 cents tier 31110. Which makes the total tax 3340 Wjk t year. Now what would the City actually lose in taxes first. Let us find what amount of the water a Light company s Plant would be displaced. It would lie this 80 arc lamps. 13 Miles of circuits Dynamo capacity for 80 arc lamps of 1,200 Candle Power making a total at outside figures of 38,713.50. Taxes at 85 cents per 3100 which the City would actually lose would be 374.00 a Ter year against tax payer s 3475 taking tax payer s expenses which amount to 33.803,94 per year from this 39,403 we have 30.803.00. Now compare the two plants fairly. The water and Light company propose to give us 80 lights of 1,200 Candle Juwer each for 350 tier lamp which makes 96,000 Candle Power for 34.000 per year. The City proposes to furnish 122 lamps of 2.000 Candle Power each which makes 244,000 Candle Power. This rated at the water and Light company s proposed a a Rice would entitle the City to 310,160 per year for running expenses. Or to make it More Plain if the City were to rent of the water and Light company 132 lamps of 2.000 Candle Power each at the same 6amo ratio As they proposed that is 350 per year 1,200 Candle Power we would have to the sum of 310,160 per year or 33,357.94 per year More than it will actually Cost the City. Now tax Vayer lie fair and honest when you write on this subject. State the facts As they will occur. W. C. Carib. The a Farmers Alliance again heard from. To the editor of the journal. The journal in reply to the Quot Farmers Alliance Quot communication published in the journal March 21st. Says that it did not say that the Quot Farmers Alliance was a huge political Structure with ignorance indolence and shiftless Ness written on its Banner nor anything that could lie construed to menu such let us see. It virtually save that the Quot Farmers Alliance and other farm organizations Are political organizations which Webster defines As it so peaks of the Low Grade of the labor of Farmers which Means ignorance for Webster defines Low As shallow. Besides it makes the inference As Strong As the writer could demonstrate it that the Farmers expect Congress to furnish them with Large crops of farm products and also that the Farmers depend on political fanning. This fully establishes the ignorance spoke of by Quot a Farmers then it says the Farmers Are shiftless. Now this is sufficient to prove to anyone that the journal did. If not directly indirectly say that the Farmers Alliance and the other form organizations Are huge political Street ures As stated above. It says no reflection was cast or intended to lie cast on the Alliance. If this to True Why did the writer not Tell what the Farmers Council is Good for if anything at All and not ridicule the furiness by every stroke of his pen. The object of the writer is Plain to the average Farmer. It is to try to deceive the Farmers by teaching them that they should not take any part in political matters but just dig away on your farms fifteen hours out of Twenty four and we Violit Call Bosses will attend to political Matt Orr. The Farmers generally know enough to satisfy them that the Fine spun theories of the Montgomery county Council is not All that they As a class stand in need of to relieve them of the great Load of oppression that is crushing the life out of the agricultural interests of our great country through class legislation. And now we would advise the journal to read up on the appropriations or our last Congress and it will lie Able to sign a the Quot absurdities Quot which it ski Eiziks of comes in. Or. Joe Cannon who was chairman of the appropriations com Mii Teo in Congress reports the appropriations of the fifty first Congress and not the fiftieth is stated in journals reply to lie Only 312,000,000 less than 31.000,000,000 and or. Dockery of Missouri corrects a few mistakes of Cannon s report which makes it appear that the fifty first Congress gave away at least 31,008,873.129,55 of the people s Money which is equal to five dollars for every inhabitant of the United states or eighty dollars for every head of each family for two years. Now if la now being filled with new Spring and summer goods carpets draperies of All kinds Staple and fancy dry goods the largest Stock Ever Otle red in this Market. We make a specially of dress goods and trimmings to match. In fact we keep everything in the Way of dry goods cloths Cassimeris. We have the finest Milliner in the state who is now in the markets selecting new goods for the Spring Trade and will be on hands in due time. Me palaces specialities. Chase amp Sanborn coffees Royal Rose flour Platte scanned goods Kin game a reliable meats new York full Cream Bee Cream of the Prairie Corn strictly pure spices. Polite attention prompt delivery. Ensminger,i03 East main the journal Calls these figures absurd it guts Back on Joe Cannon one of Illinois Best republicans and if the journal wishes to speak of the political differences lie tween it and the Farmers Alliance As intimated the Way is open. A Farmers Alliance. A hallowed spot. The House in which the meeting of Dura and Scott took place. One of the most interesting of All tha literary landmarks of Edinburgh naturally la the House in which Burns and Soott met for the first and Only time. Tho Story Lias been often told by Scott himself and by others who were present and is familiar to All admirers of both poets but Tho question of the identity of the House has been the subject of much discussion among the local historians and antiquarians for Many years. That it was Tho House of prof. Adam Ferguson there is no doubt but As to where tie professor at that time lived the doctors differ. In Peter Williamson a Edinburgh directory of 1780-8, his address is Given As Argyll Square which was near the University and which disappeared on the construction of Chambers Street and this fact led to the inference that the interview must have occurred in that place As Burns was in Edinburgh during the Winter of 86-7. But Scott himself Speaks of Ferguson As living in an insulated House some distance from Tho town Argyle Square was almost in the heart of the pity i in a biographical sketch of Ferguson. Printed in Tho transactions of the Edinburgh Royal society 1601-ithe writer says he lived at that time a in a suburb called the Sci Ennis a Loury Cockburn in his memorials says a old Adam Ferguson lived just Quot East of my father s House a which would Point clearly to the neighbourhood of the sciences and to Crown All or. Archibald Munro. In a letter to one of the Edinburgh papers published about ten years ago says he found a printed record in the Register office showing that in Row. Ferguson disposed of his House in Argyll Square on october 3. 1780�?almost two months before Burns arrived in town and that he got Possession of by Rennes House on the 11th of october of the same year. This must surely Pettlo the question of locality. Certain Antiquaries assert that the Stone ctr Tago now called Alice Villa and numbered 2 sciences Hill was Ferguson a Home a Oitim which neither the size nor the modern construction of the House would seem to warrant so that the old building or what is left of it still known As sciences House certainly appears to have been whore Rel lilo Burns ordained sir Walter it stands on the North Side of braids place which is not numbered two doors from Tho Street called Quot the the present front entirely rebuilt was the Back of the House occupied by Ferguson. The original front still remaining in part looked out upon its own grounds now a paved Yard full of Olill Dren and of drying clothes. This front is not visible from the streets about it and the fact of its existence is comparatively unknown even to the inhabitants of its own immediate neighbourhood. Sciences House in its Day must have been an imposing mansion. It has four windows in breadth and is three stories High on its roof is a Balustrade and groups of Flowers and fruits carved in Stone Are still to be seen upon it. The name Sci Ennis by the Way is derived from the old Convent of St Katherine of Siena which once stood near by and the word is pronounced in tie local vernacular As if spelled the fact that All of theae Points Are now for the first time established and made Public must be Tho excuse for the Devotion of so much space to this particular Hutton in harpers Magazine. You see this so do about 5,000 other people on the Theo that on an average five persons read each paper. Suppose your and was Here a huge a it evil anti. Sunday while a Little boy was wandering on Tho Beach at Inland Cove he was startled by seeing a Large and strange looking object approaching the Laud Wash. The Little fellow raced Home stating that something came after him out of Tho water. This was sufficient to attract older person to the Beach where they found a huge squid or Cettl Fisli High and dry. Its extreme length was thirty two feet the tentacles alone measuring Twenty one feet. The body was much larger than that of an Ordinary horse and the Pelt three inches in thickness. It was Cut no before being removed. We believe that this is a third cuttlefish which has come to in this manner in this Hay within the last few years one having become stranded in Smith s sound and another was similarly unfortunate near Trinity n. Of record. Ascended tie Traunstein. Two gentlemen from Gin Unden ascended the Traunstein successfully though with great difficulty. When they left Munden at 8 30 in Tho morning the thermometer was 20 dogs. Lie Low freezing Point. When they reached Tho Summit at 1 o clock it was 40 dogs. Below freezing. One of the climbers says that Tho View from the top was the most extensive one he has yet seen Al though he has ascended the Traunstein fifty one times. The tourists Cohl not remain Long at the Summit As the North wind was very Sharp. The descent took Only an hour and a Quarter. The Traunstein Peak is 5,540 feet Cor. London news. Quot when baby was Acx we gave her Jas Torta. When the was a child she cried for Ca torts. When she became mias she Clung to Castor. When she had children she gave them Castor children cry for pitchers Castoria Ltd Ellen s Arnica Salve. The Liest Salve in the world for cuts bruises sores ulcers Salt Rheum fever sores Tetter chapped hands chilblains corns and All skin eruptions and positively cures piles or no required. It is guaranteed to give tier oct satisfaction or Money refunded. Price 25 cents per Box. For Sale by Nye amp co. Shiloh a euro will immediately relieve croup whooping cough and bronchitis for Sale by Moffett Morgan amp co. Great composite in now appearing in Thea paper in Crew in in Tarsi t. Read this instalment tha synopsis appearing at the give you a Olear under tin Ding of tha preceding chapter a specimen cases. S. H. Clifford new cons Sci. I. A troubled with neuralgia and Rlicon a ubis stomach was disordered. In a 11 was affected to a alarming Degnit for Petite fell away and be was try. Reduced in flesh and strength. 1 bottles of electric bitters cured a i Edward Shepherd Harrisburg. Had a running sore leg of df"1,. Standing. Used three bottles of bitters and seven boxes of i m 1arnica Salvo and his leg is Well. John speaker Cut Alwi. Had five Largo fever sores on Quot i. Doctors said he was incurable. Tie electric bitters and one in it tie a Ion s Arnica Wilde cured him la i it 1 a a sold at Nye and cos drug store. Children cry for pitchers Castoria Rev. H. H. Fairoll did. Iowa methodist save editorial have tested the merits of i 1�?T a Balm and believe that by 11 a la course of treatment it will cure i # every Case of Catarrh. Ministers class Are afflicted with head am trouble and Catarrh seems More Lent than Over. We cannot i con Ely scream Balm too highly. I used Ely s Cream by tip res j Catarrh. It proved a cure. It a weeks Denver. F. I
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