Delphi Semi Weekly Times in Delphi, Indiana
18 Jun 1898

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18 Jun 1898

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Delphi Semi Weekly Times (Newspaper) - June 18, 1898, Delphi, Indiana I in fifi in re . Indiana saturday. June 13, 1898. Number 31. �0-0-00-000-0-0-0-0-0 00-00-000000-0-00 the doings of two courts >0-0-00-0-0 0-0-00-00 0-0-00-0-00-000-0-0�for 20 years Tho franchise of lighting Delphi air Given City can buy the Plant a tract t court i Tippecanoe township the View a for the first time in the history it f fied their report Aud property hold the Carroll circuit court the Pettite a affected remonstrated Airai ust tie jury was Allie for the term and Dis establishment of the Road whereupon charged the same tiny without hear the Board ordered a review of the ing a single cae such a to Muir Hap proposed Highway opened wednesday. No jury a ill be la the matter o he Hwa be. Used term 1 Titio Ned for by Salomon Foustin Nicholas Seiler of Delphi went Burli ugol to wish a the reviewers before the judge took the oath of submitted their report against tie allegiance to Bis adopted country j remonstrance previously tiled and and became a naturalized american j Ibe report of the reviewers was a o too 0-000000-00 oooooo0-0000-09s the times county too 0-00 too too f too 00-0 000000-0 at the Kepi k i Ltd it any Lio Ortr i it a be Ial from i Iora Sayu Alex i race Tol 0 or a Hutley Mort a who lives Wittl his api it a Init it i to do it in it vain. J daughter. Mrs. Margaret Little at a a a a this place and who is ninety five the most Ruif Orfant Busic a a Mote years old is the victim of a Peculiar made by the City of Delphi this year ailment being unable to keep warm was taken on tuesday evening when even in these hot june Days. Or. A their reign Lar sess on the common j Morross has been in this condition citizen. He is a native of Bavaria. Germany. Manford million of Jefferson town a hip and Fred Landis of Carrollton were appointed As members of the Board of review Joseph and Moses Eckhouse obtained a judgment of 1610 against John c. Taylor. Adaline Depew was awarded a 1344 60 judgment against Agnes e. An Delrioo. Proved carrying no damages to the remo Strator. In the matter of the big away petitioned for by Martin Kelley in Jefferson township the report of the viewers was approved awarding damages to my urea property holders and ordering the Hig Fay opened Aud established. James w wider was give a the contract for insuring the jail a be riffs residence and barn at $4400 for 179. A franchise and Carroll electric for a period of Council awarded contract to the Light company Twenty years. It was stated by the company that the demand for lights had far exceeded the capacity of their Plant and they would not go Ahe d with the necessary eat argement until they had a franchise and contract. They proposed to go ahead and make Saab improvement As were required provided the pity would Grant thir concessions for Twenty Yean. The Ompah in proposed that if this was done they would agree to sell for years and it seems that the War Imp the weather the More difficult it is for him to keep warm he confines himself in a Small room and keeps a roaring fire All the while shivering and a Haking like one freezing to death. Thursday Freal Ley of Madison township was fifty seven years of age and his children and Friend \ planed a most Complete Surprise or. Loy went to Delphi in Sheafler noun and did not return until quite late. He put up his horse and we Tinto the darkened House the Light was turned of and or. Loy beheld the court adjourned wednesday i 20 Premium John r Lane placed until monday. No business. $4000 on same buildings except barn at $72 Premium commissioners cot by. The inquest Over the remains of Wesley Commodore Brown of Burrows resulted in nothing but expense to Carroll county. The Al Lowe uces make in the Case Are As follows James Smith 75cor. C. L Sauder 150.75 Alex Syers Al John Etter $1 Albert Willis Al c w Banks $2 c e. Baker 75c j. N. Hurty f 185 w. H Galbreth f75 Robert Wallace 12. In the matter of the Highway petitioned for by James o. Blythe in John Wickard John Shanks and Chanes were appointed viewers of the ditch petition for by William f Cunningham in Jackson township. They Wal Nuet july 25t h the Delphi undertaking cows Given the contract for the burial of the poor of Carroll county. Lonnie Eikenberry was appointed to the vacant school Arsbie at Perdue University. Their Plant to the City of the end of 0 Hundred neighbors and relatives any our year at a Price to be agreed,0 6uajliod8iy 8pread Uble upon by a commute of appraisers to in bad a a reprise was Complete an sex be selected by both their company and the City and in fixing the Price the value of the franchise Given was to riot be considered. The Council c n ids red the proposition a Lair one Ani granted the con sessions asked. Points on politics and politicians. All interest now centers on the state convention to be held by the democrats in Indianapolis wednesday of next week. Chairman Martin wrote senator Turpie asking him to preside Over the convention Aud has received a letter from the senator at Washington stating that be would accept the Honor. The Couve ution is composed of 1529 delegates and the fact that All railroads make a half fare rate next week to Indian Polis will result in immense attendance. A Quot a at the state convention next week the delegates from the 9tbcongressio-Al District will meet at 8 of clock on tuesday evening in room 35 on the 3rd floor of the state Bouse. The Delphi Street fair. One to be held late this summer or Early fall. Convention . Cellest time was had inc lived Many useful presents last Friday airs. Rebecca Walker who resides in demo rat township near the Post office which bears her name was ninety two years of age mrs w Alker has been quiet feeble the past few years but she retains her facilities exceedingly Well Aud is Able to recall All me important events at the beginning of the Century. The seventh annual meeting of the Headquarters 9th dial riot Ludiana coi Green Ioa Ai committee. Frank foot ind june 11. �?T98-the democrats of the 9th District wiil meet in Delegate convention on july 20th, 1898, at Frankfort Indi Aua. At 10 8. M., for the purpose of association will be held at Battle placing in nomination a candidate for i ground sunday june 19. Rev. Congress in said District to be elected w Wilcox will deliver the address and at the november election 1898. The j the Graves of the soldiers will be de basis of repro Eta Tiou is As follow oae Delegate for each two Hundred Noy died 1889 she bore her suffering i h resignation and never complained. She was a member of the Chris Tain Church at Hickory Grove where she Wes Laid to rest after services was of dieted by Rev. S. Mcneely june 6, 1898. 3he leaves a bus baud Aud four children to mourn the loss of a beloved wife and Mother. The bereaved borne has the Heartfelt sympathy of a Host of friends. I on monday while Lee the Little son of Eph. Smith at Rockfield was picking cherries is fell from the tree striking his Lett Side on a picket Fence. Three ribs were broken and be is in a precarious condition. A George it. Lenons Eightieth birthday anniversary on june 10th was made the occasion for a gather ing of fifty of is friends at Bis Home a Der Crek. Everybody had a Good time and enjoyed the sum Toua dinner immensely. During the storm of last saturday lightning struck a tree on the Faim and or. Loy 0j William r Hare near Flora i under which his team of mules had j taken Refuge from the storm. Both j were killed. Ruskin 0. Tidrick and John w. Storme of Bringhurst enlisted for the Hospital corps at Indianapolis wednesday. Thev will be sent to the front at once. Dora Thomas son of b. F. Thomas of Jackson township graduated from Whittenburg Seminary last week. He is a Bright Young Man and is sure it was continue of the Logansport and Burlington electric railway company was not Given a franchise to run through Carroll county. At the wednesday meeting of the Board a committee from Burlington and one of the Road appeared and asked Tor the Frau Bise but the Board decided to farther consider the matter and so postponed it until next term. Tia will give Delphi Camden and Flora three Mouths in which to formulate a plan to build a Road. Get to work done to delay in a number of neighbouring counties a great Many people neglected to hat their canines with the assessors and now the prosecuting attorneys Are looking after them. It seems that every dog in Carroll county is listed. Tue business men of Delphi have concluded that a up roaring Street fair overflowing with attraction i i be a Good thing to have Aud there seems to have Aud there Sterns to be Little doubt that the opening of the paper Mill be celebrated by such an event. Two meetings have been recently held at which such interest in the Enterprise was my infested. At the last meeting a committee composed of s. W. Loeb James b. Waddell John h mount John h. Lytle m. A. Jan James n. Sullivan John h. Burr and Victor l. Ricketts was appointed for the purpose of soliciting funds. When the committee is ready to report meeting will beheld when in time of holding the fair and t i Etui s of its operation will be fou. 1 Many neighbouring cities have held Street fairs with marked a Niceas and there a no reason on Earth Why Del Phi cannot do the same thing. Votes or fraction of Oue Hundred or overcast for Joun b Stoll the first elector of the National ticket in 1896. This will give the conventi one Huu red Aud seventeen votes your toned among tue Feer i counties a follows to wit Cut 1 tie vote 189 to Del .19 .14 .15 .19 .15. .14 Montgomery. 21 .117 Andy Jackson s picnic Tippecanoe Battle ground mentorial to make his Way in the world. Oscar Aud Marion Welty officers from Clinton Aud Howard counties captured a 240 foot Seine on the premises of Quot Amu a Butz in the South part of this county. The blacksmiths of Carroll county have formed a combination and r Ces will be advanced a notch or two. Miss Leua Over of Flora will teach music in a Logansport commercial school. Anthony Coble has returned from Bis Ohio visit to Bis Home in Adams township. Ted Saville flouring Mill is being thoroughly overhauled and modernized. George m. Bone has sold his Flora photograph gallery to e1. Bosard. The Pittsburg Church is under go aug thorough renovation. Coated by the school Chic Ren. Appearances indicate that the j wheat Harvest will be a week earlier Tau usual this year. The prospects for a Good crop were never better. Grain dealers says the Price will j probably be about sixty five cents. The town Board of Flora has Given a franchise for the electric lighting of that town to a company of Lafayette capitalists Aud the system is expected to be in operation by fail. Jane Scott was born february 16, 1839 Aud died june 4, 1898 of dropsy. She was married to John m. So Ott sept. 11, 1861 to whom five children were Boro three boys and 2 girls one by order of 9th District com. Willard h. Morris chairman the weekly bulletin. A Cutler letter Saya Andrew Jackson bad a picnic last tuesday. He put up a Large swing in the Woods beside a Fine Spring of running water and then secreted a Hundred eggs about the Woods drove to town and returned with All the children he could find and returned to the Woods. The eggs were found and cooked in a Large Kettle furnished by mrs. Jackson and they had a feast in the Woods. It was indeed a Happy crowd that was taken Home in the evening under a Binder Canvas to keep the rain off. Warm weather continued Good rain in most localities advanced growing crops rapidly but where the rain was very heavy farm work was delayed and wheat and Corn were injured wheat is maturing rapidly is turning yellow and promises a Good yield in Many Fields it is not very thick but the Heads Are Large Aud Well filled rust is in Many Fields. Rye is maturing and Barley is being Cut. The Rains advanced Oats which look Well but Are heading Low. Corn is growing rapidly and is in Good condition in clean Fields except in some localities where heavy rain prevented cultivation. Early potatoes look Well some Are Large enough to dig. Vegetables Are in Good condition. All grasses were Macb improved by the Rains Meadows promises a Good crop and pasturage is in Good condition. Timothy Meadows look Well a Good crop of Clover Hay is nearly ready to Cut. Tree fruit still promises Well but. Much is falling off. Berries Are Ripe the yield is Large. Grapes Are in Bloom and berries Promise an abundant crop. Livestock is healthy and in Good condition. Election inspectors. A list of them appointed by the Board. The Board of commissioners has appointed the inspectors of election to have charge of the polls in november. The men named together with the trustees will act As the Bead of the election boards unless they happen to be related to some candidate and in that event another wid be named at the september term the figures give indicate the number of the precinct Adams 2, w Foust Burlington 2,. E. Robertson Carrollton 2, a Blue Deer Creek. 1,. W trawl Deer Creek 2,. Kerlin Deer Creek 3,. V. Haughey Deer Creek 5, James Bunnell a autocrat. 1. Joseph c. Campbell . 3,. T. A Sanderson Jefferson 2, l. Diu Ingr Madison to p. Vav. Conway Monroe 2. Frank l. Hunt Monroe. 3, Pearson Rock cret�k.3.�?m. J. Mon Reevy Tippecanoe 1, m Deel Mills. The list is particularly Strong in qualifications and is an Early Assurance of strictest honesty in the ballot. No old settler s Day. It has been rumoured that the old settlers committee have decided to abandon their annual meetings Aud wiil not give any this year contenting themselves with keeping up their records. Old settlers Day Hus for years been a recognize i Holiday in a Carroll county and thousands of people have congregated to Honor the pioneers. It Bould not be allowed to drop. If the committee do not observe the Day the commercial club should take up the matter and have the Celebration under their auspices

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