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Delphi Semi Weekly Times (Newspaper) - September 11, 1897, Delphi, Indiana A Ltd Cuti mine forty Mnich , Indiana saturday september 11, 1897. Numi he a to. Had r p1cnig did the Soldier and Sailor boys old Carroll Bly people that Ever mat at Burn Row everyone Well paced with the Lay. Some the speakers the program were unavoidably kept away. State Means business Institute is Jar it was a mated Success every Way in the reunion a Success was the gathering a a a pin Ted m Burrows the Secretary s Tepori Mlih a a turn is after its share the Bowen Back tax Moue a. The Secretary has submitted the Foll Wing report the old soldiers and Sailor picnic last week the eleventh annual reunion the Union soldiers and sailors association Cam >11 county was held at i borrows last thursday. The meet \ ing was called to order by William Wharton president the association. A a american was rendered with a will after which Comrade Mcneely led in prayer. The choir Sang a song entitled a falling into the president introduced . W. T. Hardy who delivered the Welcome address which was Weil worded Aad showed . Hardy a ability As an orator. Coffee was then announced and the comrades and their friends a rounded Long tables loaded with the Best the land would produce and no person went Uway hungry. At 1 30 the comrades assembled for business. The Secretary read the minutes the previous meeting which were adopted. Then the selection a place for the next reunion was in order Ami after a rather spirited contest Between Deer Creek and Flora the latter won by a email majority. The election officers for the ensuing year resulted 0f counsel in . C. P. Jackson being chosen county president and the following a ice presidents from different posts. K. Hinkle Boothroyd Pont Delphi t b. Ginn Martin Hutter boat. Pm Teaburg Harritos will close Hardy How a. Burrows c. J. Mcgreevey Welty Pont. Deer Creek t h Leslie. Butier i Pott Camden William Shaffer. Ham Stewart Post. Flora c m see re vet. Davis boat Bur Dirton James m Wharton a elected Secretary and. W. Ruth Ridore treasurer the permanent Secretary made the following report the Router a idlers now citizens car Roll county As far As reported show 370 enrolled. Of this number 275 belonged to Indiana organizations representing sixty different regiments infantry live regiments cavalry and four batteries. In ail Airty nuns while Twenty from Ohio represent Nineteen regiments Pennsylvania has seven soldiers representing seven regiments Kentucky has four soldiers representing four regiments Michigan has three soldiers representing three regiments Missouri has three soldiers representing two regiments Massachusetts two representing two regiments West Virginia two representing two regiments while but one new yorker can be found among us. While there Are forty six the states they Are from is not Given. \ the forty sixth Indiana regiment has More member now citizens Carroll county than any other there being forty three while company a the seventy second Indiana leads All other companies there being lust went live that company the following is a list the Comrade who have died in the county from duty 1, ls98to juoe30, 1w Henry Wilson co. A 99th ind. At Kock fled August 3, has major. B. Milroy co a flt ind., at Delphi november 29. 1s1hj David Cory i Leth ind Bat killed by the cars it Delphi. The state Indiana through attorney general Ketch am served notice Carroll county that Friday the officials sex officials and others interested would be examined by the state into the matter the Bowen Back taxes it will be recalled that the state is suing the county for its share the Btu a 0 delinquent taxes owed by the bowels individually and collectively and which was compromised by the Bowens making the county a a gift Quot $10 the Shait by the state is nearly double the Compromise Price. Every Elf Rint the county has sought to with the state current Tuuu it Las out a refused Aud the state is now the matter to a Cloee. County Attoy the examination until sept. 26tu by agreement counsel. Day that while the exam nation had been set for Friday re a had been continued until sept 20th by agree Quot aut High class instruction Ilia attendance wats Vetr org Aud the attention Given was ii most marked no to Ltd tin week. Jackson. Monroe. Rock Creek Jefferson. Institute was Call in to order wednesday at 9 00 clock i. Parker this City cd Uii meted the religious exercise with mrs. Adam leading in music. Or. Dryer then continual his work in geography talking the method and necessity for teaching Home i geography. Children learn to do by doing and by rfcs teacher having the children assist in measuring and platting the school ground and sur i rounding the chit gains the most knowledge. Mrs. Pierna then conducted a very interesting lesson in i music consisting Drill in Lime and pitch. Prof. Kemp Theu continued his work in history shewing How Geo lord stated that Raph icat circumstances had a Taeu continued prominent Influent the formation the constr tune a. Was liberally attended the program rendered was exceptionally interesting. Those who participated in the contest were Madison Rol Tisou Carrollton .,.j Essie i it rules Mocloskey Democrat Bessie Bishop. Fern my Leslei Iiara Mattie Kessler Zeltner Clark the judge gave the first prize a Complete set Dickens works i to miss Bishop the second prize Hiley a poems miss Mussleman and the third prize Tennyson a and wait tiers poems was secured by miss i Little. Particular features the program were the solos by miss Myers and mrs. B. W. Applegate. Miss Bishop the Winner the con lest is Only fifteen years old and was the youngest contestant. She born in North Webster Kosciusko county and came Here when five years old. Her father is the Well known proprietor the Adams Mills near Cutler and his accomplished daughter has always attended the Cutler so Bode. She is a Graceful Little miss and the times has no doubt she will make her Mark in the world. Took the prize and the biggest that one too at our Rand is the King Flora s big fair. The following is the program the Organ recital Given at the Baptist Church tuesday evening by mrs. Adams thcr8day. Institute met in Regn Lur session thursday morn my at 9 00 clock we Man March .7 Mende Maehon. A Sweedia wedding March Soder Mati Coronation March Meyerbeer minuet. Mozart bridal chorus from Loh Narrin a Wagner be the biggest show Earth. Keep in mind the Date Carroll county a Only fair sept. 20th to 24th inclusive. It will be held the Beautiful Well shaded splendidly watered ground at Flora Aud everything Points to its great Success More exhibits. Better races and More attractions than Ever before. There Are the largest number i entries in the Speed ring Ever made and some very fast horses Are already listed. This being the ouly fair in this locality held those dates it is sure to attract a number the Best horses now going other tracks in this neighbourhood. Innumerable attractions have been secured but no immoral shows gambling will be allowed the grounds the railroads have All ride reduced rates to the Flora fair. Many improvements the grounds Are being made and no and was could meted in music by mrs. Reading by Rev. J Kraft this City. Prof. Kemp then took a the work in history showing How the human race has been and is now influenced a by certain physical circumstances. 1 mrs. Adams then gave a Little talk i bicycle Riding and How Enthus 1 spastic and persevering people were it and Usu tha. At a Beautiful Illus Tragiou for the Mann a conducting music in the school. Mrs. Adams gave an excellent talk How to teach m usic in the schools . Dryer then continued his work in geography. January 9, Assn Joshua Gardner. Co. A lit Means time will be spared to ind. Cav.,at Camden january 0, 1k97 Eua. , co e46th lad. At Delphi feb a make everything attractive and Cou Rumary a 1s97, John Kinch 10th ind. Bat., at lenient for the Public. Pittsburg March 15, 1897 Samuel Arnold. Co a 9th ind., at Delphi March 2. Is97 James k. Hasty co e. 52nd ind. At Burlington april 4 1897 James w. Randolph co. 0,128th and. At Burrows april 25,1897 Bartholomew Ellis co. A 47th ind. At the soldiers Home Marlon ind., May a 197 there May be others who have not been reported. Proceeding with the regular program there was a selection by the Burrows orchestra after which Comrade Mcneely gave a splendid talk a your Loyal women and what they did for the there was then a song by the Burrows choir entitled a a Welcome to the boys in Jesse Wilkinson Flora gave a recitation which attracted the attention every one. Jesse is coming to the front As a recitation is. The borrows brass band then played a marching through his National air either Sung by the band creates More enthusiasm at a Soldier gathering than any other. Comrade Thomas e. Boyd Nobles Ville was then introduced by the president and made one the most thrilling speeches that was Ever listened to by those present. If we would put the same spirit into his remarks that he did we would be glad to put it paper. For More than an hour he held his audience the most whom had never heard him before and when he closed the general remark was a i could sit and listen to him All then adjourned the largest Assem there Are million to it. The million family which embraces a number the most substantial families in this la cavity held their annual reunion at the Hickory Grove Chut ,.�?� i be reunion was attended a about 800 people and this number 335 were members this Large family. Those from a distance were mrs. Henry Cress and mrs. Elizabeth Loughery Miami county Ohio and fourteen other relatives from Wabash county this state. The Principio address was made by Rev. Mccorkle Ida Ville an elaborate dinner was served the vast assemblage and Manyer e the words Praise spoken the culinary abilities the Good wives and mothers the million family. On adjournment the following officers were elected president m. Million Secretary Gilbert million. The next meeting will be held in Miami county Ohio. Rev e. E. Neible and Bride West Liberty o., Are visiting . No a parents . And mrs. Daniel w. Neible Jackson township. Friday. Institute called to order at 9 00 a. In music by mrs. A Lams. Religious services by prof. Kemp. Prof. Kemp then concluded his excellent and highly appreciated work in history. This was . Kempis last talk Aud the work he has Given Bas entered into the very life his hearers As is already manifested by their attention Aud attendance during the week. Mrs. Adams then gave her usual interesting Aud instructive Lessen in music adding enough jokes Aud spice to gain the undivided attention All. Mrs. Adams has gained the admiration Ali who have heard her and regret to see her leave. It is the Earnest desire the teacher that . Myer secure her for next year. Or. Dryer then concluded his work in geography give some very interesting things local geography illustrating by maps and drawings the surrounding Leigh boyhood. Or. Dryer gave some very Good things about local geography and How it should be taken up in the country schools the afternoon program consisted a lesson in music by mrs. Adams and the reports committees and other miscellaneous business. The week has been a very enjoyable and profitable session notwithstanding the excessive heat Aud the teachers should have their Apreci tion the work the instructors by their patient and Earnest attention Molo sleep Little baby miss Lena myer. Serenata. Moskowski Minutte Boccherini Offe Toire in a the recital was very highly appreciated by the Large audience in at Tendance and mrs. Adams and miss myer received much Praise and applause for their perfect rendition the program. Miss Blanche Nevin is employed to teach the primary department in the Radnor schools this year. In addition to being a popular Young lady she is one the Best teachers in the county. E. N. Canine has the superin Teu Dency the Greenwood Marion county schools the coming year with miss Katie Moore for his primary teacher. The concert Given by the k. A 1 band in the court House Yard tues-1 Day evening was much enjoyed by the teachers. Miss Stockton Burlington was at the Institute. She will spend the year at the Indiana state Normal school. Before the be edition. Of the Northwestern Rand associate la a a they enter for the first Prim and get it easily. The a a roaring lion a March As executed by our k. Of p. Band did the business at the Wolcott band contest thursday. When the boys left Here thursday morning they announced their intension entering the a third class a and expressed High Hopes coming Wah out in respectable style if they failed to secure first place. Imagine the unbounded Joy the band and the people Here when the time is received this Telegram from Lute Higginbotham Wolcott. Ind. Sept. 9. Hs7. Delphi Tkv Niho Timon k. P baud wins first prize in first class. L a. Talluot Botham. The news quickly spread and was announced from the stage at the township school contest amid Hearty applause. Going up against bands unknown Merit with the feeble presentiment that the a third class was their proper sphere and then to hear that they challenged the world and come out top this Victory places them first among the forty bands the Northwestern association which is a position to be proud . The piece that caught the crowd at the contest was the a Sweet Briard overture a very Fine and difficult arrangement. As the piece for the boards special selection they next played the a roaring Lious March. This won the laurels. Manager Lathrope May Well be proud the baud he has made and each individual member is entitled to honors. Quite a number people were at the depot at 12 46 to the victors Home. From the train a quite Large procession fell in line and awoke the town no one kicked either. Long May the honors live and fresh ones be added to the Crown happily married. Rev. Hickman wanted $8oo Back pay Bis Noten Wason goes to Koro this will year. Ray Stockton will guide the Young idea at Radnor quite a number White county teachers Are present. The enter township contest held in the opera House thursday evening Rev. Hickman formerly this City now at Terre haute who has gained considerable reputation for himself account his repeated attacks sin and vice in one form other since leaving Here closed his work there by preaching a sensational Sermou about ladies Riding bicycles using As a basis for his remarks the death a Young girl in that City who fell from her wheel under a Street car. His remarks were Plain and pointed and created quite a Breeze. Before he would pronounce the Benediction he informed his congregation that he wanted the $800 due him As salary and called for subscriptions. When it was raised he dismissed the congregation with the usual Benediction. George Garrison Chicago Aud miss Grace Troxell daughter . Aud mrs. John g. Troxell were married wednesday evening at the residence the Bride Franklin Street Rev. James Omelveny officiating. There were no guests other Thau members the immediate family. The Groom is a Young Man excellent character Well fitted to make a Model husband while his Bride through her Long Fusso ovation with the people the Coutv in her position Deputy county recorder has made a Host friends who will wish her Well. She is a charming Little lady and deserving All possible Good fortunes. They will reside to Chicago. Days getting Shorter. Philip julias much better Philip Julius Rossville injured so badly by a fall from a train As to result in his losing his mind and who has been in the ius Aue Asylum for some time is much better now that the superintendent thinks he can be take Home in a week two. Or. Julius says he Grants to stay until he is entirely cured. The Days Are growing Shorter ind people Are beginning to remark about the fact. The Sun Rose at 5 32 monday morning sept. 6, and set at 6 24. Autumn will begin the 22d this month. On that Date the Sun will Rise at 5 48 and set at 5 57. At this a time last month the san Rose at 5 02 Aud went to rest at 7 03. The Sun therefore got up half an hour late monday morning. The Day this year when Sun Light lingered longest was Friday june 11, when the Sun got up at 4 29 and vent under at 7 30. The attendance Aud attention is excellent and is to be complimented notwithstanding the hot weather

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