Delphi Semi Weekly Times in Delphi, Indiana
25 Sep 1897

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25 Sep 1897

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Delphi Semi Weekly Times (Newspaper) - September 25, 1897, Delphi, Indiana Powder absolutely pure. Celeb rated for its great Leavening strength and health Alne. Assur Ltd a the food against Alum Aud All forms adulteration common to brands. Royal baking pow j Der company. New York. Delphi markets. What. Cor. Onto. How so Al Hay Timothy Huy Clover Straw. A Ltd it i. By Itter. A mrs. Hoire. C a to la it. A sheep. F Alve. Cd Lokeni. Tur Heyn. Ilk is. Too oooo xxx to it 6 local news. Monticello journal miss Ada Cress returned to Delphi this afternoon. The Udod earned in the second week september $h1 ,500, an in a crease $10,000 Over the corresponding week last year. The annual meeting he Carroll county Bible society will be held in the Baptist Church sunday evening at 7 30 clock oct. 3rd 1897. Rensselaer Republican mrs. Addie Jordan after a few Days visit with mrs. Nate Marlin returned to her Home near Delphi today. The grand jury White county has been investigating the prize fight it Wolcot recently and several Quot sports a hate been asked to report. Thus far in 1897 there have been 108 lynchings in the United states. Of this number 97 were in the Southern states and 11 in the Northern. Indiana furnishes 5 these. Get a Nickles Worth nitrate Silver at a drug store Aud put it m a Tumbler water from the Well. If the water is pure it will turn Clear. If impute it will turn Milky. In this simple manner you ran know if your Well deeds cleansing and possibly head a Ruu typhoid fever. The Saua aage season will soon be Here and to enjoy it All that is necessary is Faith Hope and Chasity Faith in the suss age. Hope that it Isnit your own dog. But if it is Charity enough to believe that the Man did no to know it. Nearly All the schools in Carroll county Are now in session. Those remaining open now will begin the fall term next monday. The attendance is larger than usual and it is claimed in some localities that the new truant Law is responsible. The total receipts the state fair held at Indianapolis last week were 29.w0.0r>. This does not include the annual appropriation 110.000 from the state which will probably not be drawn until the opening the next fair. The Board began business this year 16000 behind. The Secretary the Treasury and postmaster general after consultation with the president have decided to change the color the current two cent postage stamp from Carmine to Green the Shade now used government notes. The ten cent postage stamp which is now printed in Law it a will be changed to some other color possibly Carmine besides saving the government 110.000 in the difference in Cost Between the two inks. Two Freak tramps struck South Bend last week. One broke into a minister s residence during the Minster a absence took a Bath slept in the pastors bed took a shave put the preachers new suit and stovepipe hat and started off to be a gentle Mau. Another was arrested for sleeping the sidewalk taken before the Justice and fell asleep during the bearing and finally plead guilty because it took less Effort to say a a guilty than to say a not . Mcallister s Telephone line. The Idaville observer says . Mcallister has been granted a franchise to erect a Telephone line along the Public roads in White county. The doctor stated to the observer reporter that he would run lines from Burnettsville. To Monticello and from Hopedale to Headlee both lines running into Idaville where the Central office will be located. Several persons along the proposed lines have arranged to have a phones put into their Homes which can be done at Small Cost. Work construction will commence presently and the lines will be completed before the Advent Winter. A Stock company will be organized to carry the work attention government horse and cattle liniment is a Universal embrocation for affections the skin Muscles and joints horses and cattle this liniment is guaranteed to remove any swelling enlargement any Kink. It will also heal any fresh Cut old sore cures sprains and lameness As by magic distemper wind galls Sand cracks poll evil and my nge also kills lice chickens animals Colic and stoppage urine. Call and we will Tell you All about it. Pint bottles ouly 50c. Warranted by j. H. Lytle. The h a a a i Rheo we have read Maud a summer Day who raked barefooted the new mown Hay we have read the maid in the Early morn who milked the cow with the crumpled Horn and we be read the Lay that the poets sing the rustling Corn and the Flowers Spring but All the lays Tongue pen. There s naught like the lays the Indiana Hen. Long Long before Maud raked her Hay the Hoosier Hen begin to Lay and Ere the milk maid stirs a Peg the Hen is up and has dropped her egg the Corn must Rustle Aud the Flowers must Spring if they keep up with the barn Yard ring. If maim is needing a hat gown she does no to take her Hay to town she goes to the store and obtains her snit with a Basket full fresh Hen fruit if the milk maids Beau make a sunday Call she does no to feed to it m milk at All but work up big it i in a custard pie Atid stuffs him full a Chicken Fry and when the old Man wants a Horn does he take to the druggist a Load Corn no lunch. He simply robs a nest to town he goes you know the rest. He lingers and he talks perchance True Reform and Correct finance while his Good wife stays at Home and scowls but is saved from want by those self same fowls for while the husband lingers there she watches the cackling hens with care and gathers the egg and the eggs Shell hide till she gats enough to Stem the tide. Then Hail All Hail the Hoosier Hen the greatest Blessing All to men. Throw up your hats and make Rome howl for the per serving barn Yard fowl. Corn May be King but it is plainly seen that the Hoosier Hen is the Indiana Queen. A mint contain Tel set. Flames bring ruin. Fire wipes out the Best part the town a lab Ridge cd. My St b�oild1es Are destroyed. Ica platow chemical la a dry a store Kuia to. Menu it Saiia several other a estimated at $60,000. The following allowances were made by the commissioner s court at the september term l#i>7 Dixon a Justice. Poor �cot.9 7 4 c w Hank door acct. 1joaeph Albert a Sony poor Scot a y Mckinney poor arvo 0 a physician. Of Armstrong m Deo k j Clark m d. Co physician. W w Ailison door sect. A l 9urf�c Board review. Fred land a Board review. Man Ford million Board review. Jam a c Smock braid review j w f Thomy Board review. Carol i electric Light co. Poor Warlum Lewi Oun Tat Al poor Asylum. W b v a Eon a co. Poor Asylum far be. Poor a 50 85 a 00 a 75 37 so 1� % is �9 80 10 a 00 no an no no 00 27 10 % 75 3 00 Vuocolo Stephens poor. Ujj v4fl, door. >00 state tax commissioner Buskirk says the most contented township in Indiana is Leopold township Perry county. The population is made up Swiss French settlers who till the soil the hillsides and valleys make their Money by honest toil and know the Worth a Dollar. The township is divided into 6mall farms against which there is not a mortgage. Only against three the farms Are there delinquent taxes and these Are owned by non residents. There is not a pauper in the township. The Farmers have no Faith in Bangs and keep their savings in the proverbial sack. The tax commissioner says some the Farmers can raised ten to fifteen thousand dollars a few moments notice. Sowing wheat. Notwithstanding the very severe drouth Farmers Are actively engaged this week in sowing wheat. The season for seeding is Here and while the Earth has not sufficient moisture to germinate the seed Farmers Are going to take the chances rain coming before the Grain is injured. The ground is so hard that it has taken a great Deal work to get the Fields in fit condition for drilling in the seed. There will be a Large acreage sown in this county. It is doubtful if Delphi will have a first class foot Ball team this year a team younger boys will be organized but course will not be Able to contest with the teams that Delphi Defeated last year. The several accidents last j ears work seems to Hava checked the ambitions the local players. As the season approaches however it May be they will change their minds. It is announced that the Wabash is in the Market for 25 the most modern locomotives the heavy business the Road has made it necessary for the company to increase its motive Power. Every locomotive which is Able to turn a wheel is now in service. Logansport is going to bore for Oil and has a company organized and $5,000 Stock subscribed the result the Effort will be watched with interest Here. Peru has several Good Oil Wells Ard if it is found at Logansport Delphi people will Likely catch the fever. Viphu Mcdonald poor Thomy Ferguson. Poor. Jame Lavender. Bridge a. John million do tuft View. Lame Johns. Do Tab View. H b Stanton jail. John k Bowel. Poor. John feeler Bridge. John Sal Auridine. To f stirrer m d. Sec y Board health Isaac fsr Naman. Jail. Jolt Hargrave Bridge. John t Stew it poor. John n Suluvan poor Asylum. W k Shank per. J b Brown poor. J 1 Van Natta poor. Jas m Leslie poor. Loeb fount poor. K j Snyder a Bro poor. W k Stewart poor. C b Lyon. Air. Do court House. Do poor Asylum. Leo w Riley Jill. H do it k e. Poor a by i uni. Poor. Cincinnati. Sept. 24.�?a special to the commercial Tribune from Ceil Leothe o., says the Village Bainbridge was the scene one the most disastrous conflagration thursday afternoon that Ever occurred in this county. A entire Square containing most the prominent business houses several handsome residences and the methodist Church was entirely destroyed and two prominent business men lost their lives in an explosion which occurred in the it drug store w. F. Beardsley. The Are was started in a barn in the rear Perrin Browne a general store by two Little boys who were playing with lighted matches. The flames spread rapidly and com j Rauni rated with the main buildings i Martin Haun. Poor Beardsley a drug store adjoining waa j too new. Betot next ablaze and with the limited Means j m m Murphy. Poor Asylum at hand for fighting fire it passed All Bounds and became uncontrollable. A Soloatoa prove fatal. In the midst the excitement a terrible explosion occurred in the drug a Tore and . Beardsley who was inside endeavouring to save some his property lost Hia life in the ruins. His brother in Law Thomas Higgins who went to his Rescue waa unable to get out and was burned to death while several others were More less injured but none fatally. There was a stiff Breeze blowing which fanned the flame to greater fury and getting a fresh a tart from the burning cries and chemical in the wrecked drug store the fire leaped from House to House until it waa evident that the entire town was doomed. I Osa . After the destruction Beardsley a drug store the following property was Peve Masad. Janitor courthouse consumed methodist episcopal Church. Barnett a mob poor Asylum a a a i. A _ Barnett a a Mohr jail. Armstr off s i itchy stable j. R. Head a Delphi water we it re court House and Jali 4m 00 store Ogden a Saloon an empty Busi Baug Mana Baum poor Asylum. 10 near property Brichmann Sbarber shop a Pateman. Poor Asylum. A i a a a . Mckee a residence Seymour mor a bad Pigman poor ill 50 Ria residence w. P. Beardsley a re i 7v a Lylun. Quot a i. .5 m Dence Houser a grocery Mcdill a Mil i we Koth. Poor Asylum. M 18 Linery store and Andrew Alderman a i we a a a Jtb. Supt poor Tarry. 1h7 50. A a a re Aua Anorew Alderman s William Sines poor Asylum. 17 78 shoe store. But two houses were left i John a Sneathen Bridge. ¿4 75as 06 81 25 w 00 117 00 61 20 a 40 �1. 4 no a 00. A 40 11 01. M to i a Al a 5 so 15 00 5 00. 2 50 7 10 12 8ft. 21 a 21 43 a 41. 12 10 10 Iii i7 la 14 a. 7 2t. 220 a6 i 21� 4 at. Pm a4 to s 00. 4 00 9k 85 10 40 74 50. 5 3 20 1h 00 5 25. 7 so 7 7� at 75. 27 4� 2� 5� Frank Quot Fibber orphan a Home. I Joseph Flora. I Chat e Ana ii m Doo physician. A h Moorman poor. We Don tin co poor Asylum. 4o 90. Do jail. Israel German poor. John lakes Ito Asci us. Do poor. Michael afford poor Asylum. Mio Bael Clifford poor. Leo w Wiser a Chas stong paint in Wail ourt House. 228 00 John Kobbins. Poor. 78 14 Koonsman a son. Poor. 10 50 k m Sherwood printing and advertising so a Delphi Lum tier co court Bouse. 14 to Delphi lumber co. Poor Asylum. 17 85 Burr a Breyer. Jail. 2 �0 Burr a Brewer poor Asylum. 10 i Burr a Brewer poor. 14 to Edward t Beard co recorder 150 #0 Jason mock auditor.875 Delphi lumber co. Jail. 8 in j m Flora poor. 47 Al w t Hindman poor. 10 00 we 8 Viney Bridge. 1 00 e Gordon Bridge. 26 i Matt Julius poor asylum12 .�?~15 a m Everman poor. 18 12 r d bunt poor. 10 00 miso 75 15 52 a. 85 standing the Square both being private residences owned by Perrin Moore. The estimated Loaa is $50,000. The excitement waa awful. Men women and children were reduced to the verge despair As they Law their Popae Vaiona feeding the greedy flame and Acorn people Are homeless. Relief has been sent from Thia City and the needs the Wou Floed and grief stricken people the unfortunate Village will be to Gidej la looked after. The markets. Grail prov Laloata Etc. Chicago. Sept. A. Flour was quiet but steady quotable Winter a patents 15 1u&4.30 straight 11.8005.00 dears $4.50@4.75 seconds $2.50�3.25 Low grades. 2.2o�2 75. Spring patents $5.20@u.25 straights. $4 80 0 5.20 Bakers 40 Low grades 2.2a 02.75 red dog $1.6001.�0 Rye $2.4003 00. Wheat fairly Active and higher. September s3094u Decell it . May 91v40�l%o. Corny firm. Cash and september to under december. December 31021 a May 34%�34%c. Jos a Bridge Stamps Etc. 5 u0 a a a Bridge jail .123 00 Jos a Bridge co officer800 00 j w f Thomas county officer 45 00 Caroline Browne poor. 10 00 fredi h Engle poor.46 00 j k Lane poor5 Jas Crone jail. 3 50 Chas Crampton physician. 11 Iii Swatta a Barnard ii vary Aoun to. 17 50 Thompson Exoo recorder act a Feih r.0 Lewis Hail clerk. A a. T Fayette Bridge co Bridge. 2,175 00 mount a a poor Henry Carter co physician c a Briggs poor. Ashur face. County assessor Landis a rickets briefs a l sur Taos 8amtps.etc2 2� Deeter a 8on. Poor Asylum. 24 0� Jas m Wason maps for court bouse70 00 Bloom a Temple poor9 �0 l w Daugherty bridge14 45 c e Baker poor5 c e Carney m a county physician18 75 Marion Leslie bridge12 75 David Lucas sex for taxes1 7 Lawson a Ito Rabaugh poor 30 2� g w Lewis poor. 8 00 John k Bowen poor. S 00 Thos j Kennard. Do Tab view8 00 William Caldwell Bridge 14 75 d j Mccain poor so 00 Israel German poor12 00 j t Ives a sons jail5 86 j t Ivea a sons poor asylum0 55 Frank Gerard ditch View,2 00 John Fry do Tab View .2 08 Chas Gros ditch view4 00 John Egan ditch View.8 00 i 3 bad ort. Poor Asylum. 1 8f. Loeb a Foust poor asyium30 07 c grow jail.30 c Groe poor asylum6 a it Higginbotham a son. Court House 45 a Hurley jail.1� to Loeb a Foust jail 28 96 Guthridge a Hawkins poor is 00 a b Cohee poor10 00 Joseph Erb. Bridge 64 Oss Rye a 4t� i ja8b�?ozeriir is no. 3, 4b@4�hc. And no. 4, 45v4c december i jew a non �t.m�. Delivery 49c. Barley Market steady for Low grads feed Barley but easy for All grades above. Low Grade feed Barley. 28029c, mainly 28v4c malting common to fair off color 80032c Good color depending weight 33038c Choice new 39<tf43c, quid Fine old. 42043c. Butter a feeling 1� steady to Arm. Creamer Lee 1401 a he Arles 10017o. Potatoes a Good demand. Good to fancy 55058c per by. Small to fair 480 50c. Eos so firm. Fresh Stock 13014c. Live poultry a turkeys 8010c Spring chickens 909%Spring ducks 70 Mico per Pound geese $3.0005.50 per Doten. Lire Stock. Chicago sept. 23. Hogs Market slow and weak. Sale ranged at $2.6004.35 for pigs $3.9004.40 for Light $3.6503.75 for rough packing $3.,50 4.30 for mixed and $3.8004.25 for heavy packing and shipping Lota. Cattle Market rather alow shipping and local account and feeling weak. Prices unchanged. Quotations ranged at $5.1005.60 for Choice to extra shipping steers $4.7005.10 for Good to Choice do. $4.4004.80 for fair to Good $3.8504.30 for common to medium do. $3.6004.26 for butchers steers $3.2503.90 for Stockert $3.8004.50 for feeders $1.9004.20 for cows-$2.6004.60 for heifers $2.2504.25 for bulls oxen and Stags $2.9003.90 for Texas steers $3.3004.50 for Western rangers and $3.50 07.00 for veal calves. Sheep Market Active. Prices steady and unchanged. Quotations ranged at $3.0004.10 for Western $2 90�j.50 for texans $2.4504 25 Tor natives and $3.750 6.90 for lambs used dynamite. 8t. Croix ind., sept. 24. A unknown Persona used dynamite to blow up the warehouses and stables the Mackey George lumber and mining company at this place. Became insane. Shelbyville ind., 8ept. 84.�?mrs. Al by it let was taken violently insane. Imagining that her husband was plotting with others to murder her and her j. Whr.,lard i1 00 8h.rilr acc t. 770 00 j w Elliot 00 physician. 13 a us in physician.30536 a ___.00 a Quot Carroll county citizen printing and adv. 84 20 Chas Coble co commissioner. 62 w m Shaun do do. A Henry Wagoner do do. 00 a Jas c Smock making docket. 6 00 Job a Bridge sheriff come is court. 18 00 Gros Bridge. Vandervolgen a Thayer poor. 37 00 we h Smith poor. 5 5� William Allen poor Asylum. 37 4� Richard Lane Bridge. 3 45 Edwin Sines jail. 3 Edwin Sines poor. 55 50 Robert Crone court House. 11 60 Cha Metsker co supt. 87 83 Barbee wire a Iron works court House 52 �0 Spivey a Coomey court Bouse.18 00 if myer. �upt378 90 land s amp Ricketts printing and adv.800 00 j h b Whistler truant officer. 13 50 Dora b myer. Do do. 13 50 Fenton metallic m f g co Metal Case for court houie18 00 Jas q Blythe Premium insurance.112 50 Reuben Magart burial Soldier. 80 00 c g sine 00 �urveyor881 00 Emerson Burt stationery co stationery. .114 85 Emerson Burt stationery co books and stationery. 806 00 Coroner a inquest body James Cohee 19 70 Coroner s Inq. On body j m Gochenour 28 20 John Egan Road flew. 3 00 Andrew Keller Road View. 3 00 Henry Landis Road View. 3 00 e a Mcfarland poor. 17 33 a f Barber poor. 3 63 Job r Witter poor. 00 586 Carroll Telephone co court House. 16 00 l d Boyd to attorney.140 00 Armitage a Cowden court House. 3 26 i James c Smock. Auditor Carroll county Indiana hereby certify Thal the above Are All the allowances made by the commissioners at the september term 1897. Witness my hand Aud official Seal this 18tb Day september 1887 James c Smock auditor. Skal

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