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Indianapolis News (Newspaper) - October 5, 1896, Indianapolis, IndianaThe Indianapolis news. Monday october 5. 189 1 the ministers meet again my us s paid by a Fox tur Mims a Ter in pout1w,&Quot a to the a title of a preacher Are the Dorler a View of the Niton Tola Diaconal or of the paper or the other Mia faters. Wat t5�?T a a a the fret meeting of the Indiana Penis min Utara Leaor Talon after the summer vacation was held at t. C. A. Hall this Forenoon. The her. R. To amp Crit presided and the Rev. J. B. Cowan was . La Haines for the Secretary. ?. Douglass presented a report of the held at Wildwood Park during the summer. The attendance for the nine sundays of the season was 6,100, or an of 7�. The afternoon or an average of 239. The re. Port said a the meetings have been a Suc Cesa. It would have been . From it. The sermons delivered to determine the a Hurb to which the speaker belonged. It. La. Thought that these services have opened the Way to a larger and better Union serv Loer in the future. All expenses have been it met from the Pledgee made from the various the hew or. C. N. gave the paper of the morning. In discussing a the ministry in the political can Nairn a he considered the nature of a political Campaign a the calling and Ditlea of a minister and the kind of political work he May properly .�?o<10, and what it May not do. Those who looked for a Campaign sensation were disappointed. Neither Mckinley nor Bryan bound Money nor free Silver was men Lionts. The seen tall elements of a political Campaign he Bald Are a declaration by each party of its political�, of the kind of Laws it will enact an j the selection of men to bold the of Tolcea and and Man stir the government. When the platforms Are adopted and the a is made the discussions begin Means for vote winning Are ser speeches Quot processions Pilgrim oratory Public demonstrate discussions newspaper and ther arouse and excite the a or. In thin he acted arbitrarily and without authority twisting a certain sentence in a statute of this state Sec. �15 or Sec. 623 by the advice of a certain to five him authority when he has such Power Only in ease Quot a supplemented certificate petition of nomination is not tiled. He not Only gave no notice of or. Akin s resignation but published the appointment of his successor at the same time that in Akin s letter Vas Given to the Public. Quot or. Young derives All his authority from the committee. He should be governed by its wishes or resign. The american people especially the republicans do not believe in autocrat exercise or Power nor do they want any Kuss an methods of control. Quot or. Young has refused to Call a meeting of the county committee therefore Quot we a Kall committeemen of the county of Ommittee to meet in the criminal court roam at 3 o clock p. M., october 6, 1896. The bribery question. Gift cd jury will mkt inquiry about it in Quva a Law violations. Mrs Phillip Garner gone her mysterious d16appbara5ce from her Home. Of the commissioners during the last few Days asking sin oppor Tui. T y to bid on the manufacture of tile larger ballot boxes. No bids were received. Quot was there no understanding about the Price to be paid Darnell Quot was asked. Nothing was said about it Quot answered or Greer. Quot will their be included in the original Cost of the apparatus or will it be an additional expense Quot was asked. A i expect or. Darnell to ask additional the had been sick and was Narras pay for making the boxes however Noth _ _ _ Long was on that Point a was to Ltd Story of to it occurrence told ily her humid Iii a think she Uro Uncil Herne if. The Marion county grand jury convened this morning and began an inf s Gatlon attendance of the reported attempted Briery of the to Pullet committee of thirteen in the interest of Quot a Middle of the Road Quot Campaign. Judge Mccray. In instructing the jury did not Call its attention to the charges of bribery. He did not refer to the matter in any Way. But prosecutor we Lisle will bring the allegations before the jury. The instruct ans of judge Mccray were of i general nature concerning the duties of the jury. = the violations of the sunday liquor Law Are said to be Down for consideration. I reference is made to the Road Hoult is near the City limits which no longer attempt to disguise that the Law is being violated by them. The record of the court. It u Given out show that since judge Mccray was elected to the Tench nine keeper of Road houses have been forced from the business because of prosecution and the announcement is made that others who v prosecuted. Mrs. Phillip Garver. Of no. 153 Michigan Street Haugh la a disappeared from Home yesterday morning about 4 o clock. A report gained currency that she had committed suicide by jumping into White River from the Michigan Street Bridge. The Coroner Wae notified and All yesterday afternoon and evening searching parties dragged the River in the Hopee of finding her body. Phillip Garver bought the Saloon it King Avenue and Michigan Street recently and moved there with his family about five answer. A we will be the Large boxes Are to be included in original specifications but 1 expect or. Darnell will want extra pay for greatly pleased to be to the coloured Odd Fellows. Arrival of grand to Date officers the opening or Lufi improvements made in 86 a table compiled by the extol Zebil to Luj he wants in the Way of ad-1 funds for his depart a it Jav the difference about Ini Roll off Twenty second St. Violate the Laws Are to be grand Lodge meeting. Knights and in Lea of Honor meet in two Days session. To. Of a Campaign May be More or Lea closely related to moral questions in the main however they Are n the held of political Economy and chiefly affect a Octal and secular interests. As men Are intelligent moral and patrol , Achord no to what they con a. Tor the beet interests of the As they Are wanting in morals lot Lam they Are amenable to Law and selfish influences. We Are to or How far and in what Way if at minister of Christ May enter this work of the ministry is Lar and yet it ought to pro ious secular results. The the Only honorable calling Quot aged directly in the pro i Button of material cup the material welfare of the the minister does not buy or u nor engage in any _ activity. To is the i people. The teacher of the of truth love Faith purity i Obe Lenoe to the re when his work is Suche May not have adv tie Wiur Precept the whole business tone of the com roved. He trains hones and Ymon and society Geta bet Ter verdicts Onvall questions than if he. Attempted to declare what the file verdicts a it to be. \ minister la a cd Vixen. As such he to Yote and he May. In a social discuss political questions. A the Experiment is a he May deliver a to political meeting of political subjects lately excluded whenever he appears in his minis to. The people come to the the social religious meeting Irful and elevating influences a a a them for the common do they do not want politics a Obj. Quot it does not full to condition at patient and receptive hear Cal arguments. The Bond of Chuth do not embrace the of political Faith and How to we Tom a . A a ,.belief a said or. Sims a that Ever accomplished any Good any political utterance from he deals in great , application whose cutwork the lives of conscientious men great and lasting Good re a the Lac Salon. Tie Rev. Or. T. A Goodwin in the als Russion that followed the paper said a in the a odour with the. Address. I do not think Quot however that the pastor sustains any different relation to his flock of the physician the lawyer or merchant who meets persons at his or pm too of Btu Neu. It u the duty f pastor to inform himself and then according to his Best information. Delih the address that nothing of Trota kind should enter into the pulpit. Coming along this morning i pissed a doctor s office in which were pictures of candidate. Now. That was out of character. A doctor has How right to show such pictures in his office it is also As much out of Phaoe in a lawyer s office. The preacher Tod the lawyer have a right to stand upon the stump and make political Btu they have no right to carry poll Loe into their a Tunnel Sor profession the Rev. Or. A Ouitaa it occurs to me that with the utmost care it is difficult for the minister to keep him self out of politics in do in his own Esilma and some personal sex estimation of some persons a a pm _ Ter or. Sims comes Ting my own thought and teems that although one is will drag him into party pop no part of my Sermon by the Sentinel that was i Accord with the paper read. R. Laricos who has been in As an Active Republican to Eay that 1 endorse every a since a few of the Advance guard of the annual session of the grand Lodge of Indiana of knights and ladies of Honor arrived in town this afternoon. The executive committee is at English s hotel. There will be a two Days session of the order. It is expected that 115 members will be in attendance with about enough visitors to make up the total attendance to 200. A. S. Lane grand Secretary declined to give out anything about the order. Other members say that in spite of the hard times the order has increased us strength a Indiana by the addition of 1,000 members during the past year. They estimate the total membership for the United states at 100.000, distributed Over thirty one states. The members say that there has been a healthy financial growth that All insurance policies hive been paid in full and within the time stipulated in the policies. A charged with gambling. Henry Mel gel Saloon keeper at 49 Madison Avenue was arrested yesterday for keeping a gambling House. George Buch Ler. J. P. Brennan Samuel Page. George gels Charles Beaupre and Albert Hole were found in the House and were charged with visiting a gambling House. In the police court this morning the Case against them was continued until the Isth. James Hammon of 312 Blake Street was arrested last night charged with keeping a gambling House. William Johnson and John Walker were arrested in the House and Are charged with visiting a gambling House. The Case against them was continued. Interest in the oct dental. P. H. Mcneils has purchased the interest of s. T. Douthirt in the Occidental hotel and will take charge of the business wednesday. He Hes had the hotel bar for several years hut will in the future give his attention to the management of the hotel. 1 i or. Douthirt will join his wife and son Brooks in Las vegas new Mexico the last of the week. The Occidental is one of the oldest established hotels in the City. For year old boy lost. Rudolph Ade. Age four years living with his parents at 825 South diet Street wandered away from his Mother at the Monument this morning and is lost. His parents and the police Are looking for him. To do business in Indiana. The Svea fire and life insurance company of go Hamburg Sweden with a United states office in new York has been admitted to do pus lne in Indiana. Mrs. Phil Garver. Personal and social. By Fiat i undo St in. Laughter. I have had no Par in Geld and attacked die president. Tillman Alt a int i said a Man was w such things to go in what to hire a Hall and speech that is my Busi a contest of we now have f Church end m a a a Lor involved. I said to hat 1 did not wan in 1 oppose the Chicago 1 Yould go on the wanted me. This ooh to allow Tillan to control its How sue you Aughter it not said. This la not applause a made by the Rev. And others. The a Tosen for the end journey Case it tee meet it. Of the re have signed a Committer at what shall i complaint of the to the a circular to Maitte allegations. A. I 1 Oung called Nettee. Cotlone Ere nominating this or. J wee de that the together miss Myrtle Shumate will spend the wll Ter with mrs. E n. Richards. Mrs. Frank a. Morrison and daughter Francis have returned from California. Mrs. J. H. Taylor and mrs. Charles Davis of Omaha will leave on thursday for new York. Or. Wiliam Applegate of Cincinnati formerly of this City spent sunday with friends Here. Frs Burg University. He will continue to do special work in his Une abroad the remainder of this year. Miss Emma p. Mohr has gone to Call Man ala., having received word of the death of her father who lives there. Miss Helen Armstrong went to Greenfield this afternoon to spend several Days with her sister. Mrs. Harry Winton Streeter. Mrs. E. B. Adams is in la Bulle 111., where she went to attend the funeral of her brother. She will return Home the last of the week. The Rev. Or. Sargent formerly Rector of Grace Cathedral who recently returned from abroad spent saturday with or. And my. Albert . Theodore Potter will receive informally with her Mother mrs. Jacob pox. 929 North Meridian wednesdays october 7 and 14, from 2 to 5, and 8 to 11. Professor Henry l. Bruner of the department of biology Butler College now abroad on leave of absence has receive Quot a the degree doctor of philosophy from mrs. A h. Bigger will entertain the ladles missionary society of the seventh presbyterian Church at her Home 361 North Delaware Street to Morrow from 10 30 until 4 30. Or. And mrs. Francia t. Hord or. And mrs. Joseph k. Sharpe or. Miss Lemcke. Miss Bybee air. Pierre Devay and or. Elijah Martin tale Rode to Marb Naville on tandems saturday and remained Over sunday. Mls Julia Groenwoldt and or. Joseph Alexander will be married at 5 o clock on wednesday afternoon Art the Home of the former. The ceremony which will be attended by relatives Only will be followed by a lace reception at 5 30. The Young lad a of the auxiliary Board of the Katharine Home Are preparing to give an entertainment for children at the proxy Laneum on the afternoon of saturday october 17. The entertainment will be called Quot pictures from in addition to this special feature there will be music dancing and a Candy Booth. The marriage of or. Charles Moores of this City Ana miss Elisabeth Nichols of Philadelphia took place this afternoon at the Home of or. And mrs. John h. Convene in Philadelphia the ceremony was performed at 3 o clock. In the presence of a few relatives and friends. Those who attended the wedding from this City were mrs. Julia m. Moores and or. Merrill Moores Mother and brother of the bridegroom or. W. A. Babbs end or. Frank Dorsty. The Bride is a daughter of or. And mrs. Aurlon b. Nichols of Rel la Del or. And mrs. Moores will return to spoils about october 20, and will re their friends at 946 North Pennsyl i Treef on wednesdays Decemb a 9 and a from 4 to 10. The members of the Minerva club met socially this afternoon president s Day a the Home of mrs. Willfam Wildhack. Days ago. Mrs. Garver was taken ill saturday and her condition was so bad saturday night that neither she nor the Mem Berk of Ner family were Able to sleep. About 4 o clock she got up and went out of the House. Garver had said that he would go with her but he dropped asleep. Mrs. Garver did not come Back. Her twelve year old daughter says that her Mother had on an old wrapper and a shawl. A citizen of Haugh Lyle says that he saw mrs. Garver about 5 o clock walking in King Avenue. No one has been found who saw her since. At 6 o clock a Young Man crossing the Michigan Street Bridge saw a shawl hanging on the railing near the Middle pier. He took the shawl to l. W. Gilberson s grocer. Just West of the Bridge and there it was afterwards identified As that worn by mrs. Garver. The search for the missing woman still continues. A crowd of interested watchers was on the River Banks All Day watching the Boatmen dragging in the water. Two of mrs. Carvere Brothers have scarcely rested in the search and the sorrowful husband patrols . The i Story. Quot we took Possession of the Saloon on Friday a said or. Garver. "1 am a Cigar maker by Trade but had been out of work for several months and Fred Grossart of the maus brewing company got this Saloon for me. Mrs. Grossart a my wife a sister. My wife has for years been troubled with what she called a sick headache i think i have b ought for her All the known remedies. Of late months she has been taking Fowler s solution of arsenic six drops at a time. According to the children a Story she was More nervous than usual on saturday and made a number of mistakes in preparing the articles to be cooked for the meals. She seemed to be a Little excited in her new position As boarding mistress. And asked me several times during the Day of i heard the boarders criticising her cooking. I told her she need not be afraid of the cooking not suiting them. I think in her nervousness she took an overdose of her Medicine saturday night As acc vomited a great Deal before we at last got to sleep. 1 insisted upon going for a doctor but she would not let me. I did a Little doctoring myself then. I gave her a Glass of Beer after one of her exhausting vomiting spells. Later i got her to Tako some whisky and again some soda and Seltzer. She did not complain much of her sickness and we Lay in bed talking about our new business until some time after mid officers of the grand United order of Odd Fellows began to arrive to Day in anticipation of the me tongs which Are to be held Here during the week. James f. Needham grand master and Charles h. Brooks grand Secretary both of Pella Del j phia have arrived and. With the executive i committee and the local of Ommittee on a Range agents of which Ben Thornton is chairman will Complete arrangements for j the sessions of the order. Masonic Hall will be Headquarters for the 400 delegates and the hundreds of visitors who Are expected. A a the first session to Morrow at 10 of clock will be a Public one. Mayor Taggart will deliver an address of Welcome. The governor had expected to be present but Hie attending May be late referred with on account of the coming of Bryan. The order claims a strength of 250,000 members in the United states. There Are 3.100 in Indiana. It is older than Independent Odd Fellowship and is a Branch of the original order of Odd Fellows. It claims kinship with the world s Odd Fellows and works under English jurisdiction. Membership in this country is confined almost entirely to africans but All races Are represented in other lands. In fundamental matters the order member say is like the i. O. O. Of a a but each has its own passwords. E. C. Mayhew dead. Formerly n Well known business Man and Church member. Asphalt Brick e. C. Mayhew. Who was formerly a prominent business mail in Indianapolis died at me Jera cal., recently. Or. Mayhew came Here from Mains in the Early fifties and was la resident of Indianapolis until 1875, when he removed to California. He opened the j first wholesale Boot and shoe business Ira this City under the name of e. C. Mayhew amp co., with James m. Ray. In 1865 Edward Branham became his partner under the firm name of Branham amp Mckee. Or. Mayhew sold his bus Lajess Here about 1872 to r. S. Mckee. A greater part of this Money was invested in real estate at inflated values and when the panic came on he lost heavily. He was still comfortably Well of f when he went to California. But or fortunate investments in to Angeles and Santa 48,247.09 79,432.97 22,301.00 Lin. It. 57,812.67 129.504.11 20,637.50 83.724.80 315,594.13 City Engineer Jeup has compiled a table showing the amount of improvements made by the present Board of Public works for 1896 and the amount made in 1895. The statement is As follows improvements. 1895. 1896. So. Yes. So. Yes. .168,328.36 87,630.7439,058.50 wooden Block. 44,557.70 Macadam 18,416.50 Lin. It. Gravel streets and alleys 18.966.10 Cement sidewalks62,126.54 Brick sidewalks15,100.70 sewers. 84,475.85 Bridges Etc.312,784.75 along with this statement comes the announcement from the Engineer that me must have More Money to conduct hts office or the work will have to Stop. He gives the following list of improvements either in Progress or under contract sewers the White River interceptor pogues run interceptor. A Garden Street sewer Ketcham Street sewer and the sewer in the first Alley East of Central Avenue. To superintend this work five inspectors Are wanted for four months and three inspectors for two months 31,660. Cement walks in Delaware Street Jefferson Avenue. Michigan Avenue Eastern Avenue Illinois Street and East Street. Seven inspectors for two months at a Cost of 840. There Are six inspectors at the creosote works and two on the Block streets at 3960. It miscellaneous work on Mclean Udell new York King Munker Crawford Raymond Twenty fifth sixteenth Rural Prairie Twenty fourth and state streets first Alley East of Union Street first Alley East of Capitol Avenue one inspector four months 3240. Office Force and Engineer s corps 33,440 civil Engineer 3832. Total amount asked 37.872. Amount appropriated $4.334.37. Amount needed in addition to the appropriation 33,537.�. Comptroller Johnson is going Over the books and will recommend that a sufficient sum be transferred from different funds to make up the amount asked by the Engineer. It Twenty second Street. These National Banks was $156,073,604, and by these state Etc. 134,414.737. In this connection it May be stated that the total number of National Danks viz., 3, 80, held on july 14. The Date of the Laet official Call 3361,658,185 Cash of which amount there was in Gold Voln end Gold certificates 31 1,853,500. The fowl Cash and the part thereof of Gold and Gold Oertl Floatee held by reporting Banks in each geographical division is As follows a Tass. Total Cash. Gold. New England states 5, 81.372 315.406.7� Eastern states 318,139.5� 88.680.133 Southern states. 29.036.601 9,558,133 Western states. 1�,634,645 65,410,437 Pacific state and territories. 25.034.7 2 19.005.830 totals 3413,124,349 $1�,558,341 from the report received and other information available the comptroller finds that the total Gold and Gold certificate holdings of the Banks of the country on july 1 was $302,783,367. Including the free Gold in the Treasury St that time he finds that the available Gold and Gold certificates in the Banks and the free Gold in the Treasury on or about july 1 Wae 404,-441,470. To Day the comptroller adds. It is larger As the free Gold in the to Ury stands at 1123,755,226. General Sanchez reported killed. One of the beet known of the Cassa insurgent lenders. Real estate in los night. The next thing i knew she was calling to to to Wake me. She was up and no hurriedly. She said she had to go out to in the Yard and said i might As Well a at up. Too As it was 4 of clock and i would get up at half past 4, anyway. 1 asked her How she Felt and one answered a All right. The next thing i knew the children were calling me and telling me it was 6 o clock. �?o1 threw on my clothes and hurried to the Dan Long rcom Down stairs to see How she was. And if it would be necessary logo and get help for her but the dining room door was locked. I went to another door Aud that was locked. The Only door open led to the Street i went to the Yard and to the ten and could t her. When 1 came out of the barn i met my two Little girls crying. What she said saturday. A the children began to Tell me about their Mother s confusion while at her work on saturday and i recalled the fact that she had said to me on More than one occasion Phil i believe i la go crazy some 1 knew How sick she had been and 1 feared that the Medicine had made her so bad that her mind was really affected. I telephoned to my relatives in the City to notify the police and 1 hunted up the marshal and Deputy marshal out Here. It was not Long before we Learned that she had been seen at an Early hour going toward the River when we went Down there and found her shawl on the railing of the Bridge neatly folded 1 Felt that the wont had happened. I believe her body is in the the weight of general opinion is with that of the husband but there is a hop that although leaving her shawl there she May have wandered on. She wore a Black wrapper with close White stripes. In All her Long trip of about a mile to the rivet Only one person is known to have seen her. Some time before 5 o clock the poner at Ross s Saloon across the Street Tram Garver a drove to his work from the City. As he turned into King Avenue he saw the woman in wrapper and shawl just turning from King Avenue into Michigan Street. He drove into Ross s Gate a hitched the horse and then out to the of t4ie Saloon to see where the woman was going at that Early hour. He saw her several blocks Down Michigan Street going in the direction of the River. A coloured Man named Craighead Cook at Ross a saw mrs. Garver acting Queerly on saturday night. He says that in coming from the rear of the lot to her Kitchen door she walked backward All the Way. He was puzzled at the time but supposed she must be playing with some of the children although he could not see any or them near her. She la thirty two years old and has been married thirteen years. Her friends say that she still looks like a Young girl. There Are three children. Ballot boxes ordered. No Rida received by the comma Slomers and no Price agreed upon. C. S. Darnell has invented a galvanized Iron telescoping of Bubie the capacity of the boxes now in use Aid has urged the county commissioners to buy a Supply of them for the election. In Broadway. Mra. W. T. Drown the i it has been found that Only 15 ballots out going Quot president Maje n address in containing the state and rational tickets producing the new president. Mrs. J. A. Will go Inte the boxes in use. Some of Coleman. A part of the afternoon was the precincts will have More than two spent in a Griessing cont each of the Hundred votes. The boxes in use Are company having been supplied with a list twelve by seventeen inches inches of the different state Aud asked to write j deep. The Bailo this year is seventeen the popular name of each As a cent annal state Quot for Colorado Etc. The one most successful received a Bunch of chrysanthemums tied the club colors and White. To each of the form to to of the club was Given a of Rose. Among the guests for noon were is. Kate b. Patterson of the woman s club in Muncie and or. Lasby. Wife of the new pastor of Central Avenue Church. By Twenty five inches. Tie coun a commissioners this morning instructed Darnell to have made larger boxes for the ballots of election Days the boxes to be telescopes so that they May be used in the voting apparatus recently purchased from Darnell. Nothing waa said by a commissioners to Darnell about Whan is to be paid him for be boxy. Several person have called at the office Barbara Cost Hon the remainder of his Fortune and he pied a poor Man. Or. Mayhew was prominently Den tried with the second presbyterian Church. He was an elder in that Church from 1858 to 1875, and was superintendent of the sunday school str a number of years. He was also Leader of the choir for a Long time and was one of the Best singere in the City. His Church life was conspicuous and he Wae highly esteemed by his Church associates As a Good faithful. Honest Man. Or. Mayhew was married. But had no children. His wife survives him. Daily City statistics. Mairl nge licenses. Xii end Mamie Slatt. Daniel Rigga and Anna staub. Senry a Hurston and Tealie Wallace. Elmer Walker and Effle Rice. Fred c. Handell and Row a f. Haggart. Ass sly nor an 1 Tel in m Orlando Gray Surdam and Cora Alice Brown birth Retone. Louis and Laura Gass. 318 Cornell ave., girl. B. And Bessie Megel. H Eastern ave., boy o. R. And Louise Waid. 298 Union boy. Chas. W. And Amelia Giese 402 n. Brook Side ave., girl. _ James w. And Anna m. Ballard. 21 s. Linden boar. Death returns. Johnj Scherrer. 31 yers. 81 n. New Jersey typhoid fever. Joohn Riley 45 year. 55 Mccarty aortic abscess. A infant Cronin. 289 Bates meningitis mrs. W. H. Piel. 71 years. 956 n. Pennsylvania. Chronic ulcer. Calvin Hilliard 45 years. 9 Alvord peritonitis. Mary Wells a years 73 Superior heart failure. / Corana Meier 27 years 259 Shelby consumption. France a. Tilly. 44 years 160 Brooks de eve., consumption. Infant Wilson 105 Greer stomatitis. Luther Smith 11 years 1062 w. Vermont diphtheria. Mary Handy 66 years. Alpha Home paralysis. Mary Jones 74 years 235 Muski Ngum valvular disease of the heart. Difference concern Long the Quality of the improvement. The improvement of Twenty second Street came up again this mom nth and the Board of Public works was told that the people living in that Street want it improved through to Capitol Avenue and not one part of it made with gravel Roadway and gravel sidewalks. The Board was told that councilman Madden is opposing the improvement because Fath i in Law owns property that abuts on the Street East of Northwestern Avenue. Councilman Woody who is insisting that the entire improvement be made was be for the Board to Ascetta a what was to Dorf. He was told that the Board pro Pond to make the Street from the canal to Northwestern Avenue with Brick gutters and Cement walks and the res of it with gravel sidewalks. Or. Woody said the people were opposed to any such movement As that and would fight it. Quot Well Quot said president Downing a we Are doing the Best we know How to satisfy you All. Or. Madden is opposed to the improvement Clear through and you Are in favor of it. We Are trying to effect a Compromise on the matter. We want to give you water and the engine House hut if you keep on fighting it you will get Quot if that a the Way you Are going to make the improvement there will be a Strong fight against it. We would rather do without water than to have our property destroyed. What is the use of running our improvements up to mud holes and let it Stop Quot that improvement should have been asked for in two a when the Delaware Street matter was up in the Council i stood by the Board in the matter and i think there was some parts of that Street that did not need improving. Bat now if you persist we will give you a hard tight Quot Quot there be no use in standing there and talking that Way Quot exclaimed or. Downing. A you were not favouring the Board when you voted for the Delaware Street improvement. The people up there asked for the improvement Ard we sent it to the Council. The Board was through with it then and was not interested Quot i can Only say to you gentlemen that unless that Street is improved through there will be remonstrances enough against it to defeat it All. I am sorry to hear you talk As you do but there will be another Board some Day and then we will get our several other citizens came in and insisted that the Street be made the same kind of an improvement its entire length. They said the people it o would be affected Are All Rich and Able to stand the Cost and Frost of them Are willing the have the improvement made. The Board finally decided to take further time to consider the matter. Havana october 5.�?an important engagement. In which Gen. Serafyn Sanches the Well known insurgent Leader was killed has been fought at the Reserva Plantation province of Matanzas. General Sanchez was one of the most widely known of the cuban leaders. He served under Maximo Gomez in the previous cuban insurrection. After the capitulation of the cubans in Tanjor Sanchez reappeared in Las Villas at the head of a Large body of men but he was finally allowed by the Spanish government to leave Cuba. In june 1895, he landed in Cuba with the George w. Childs expedition under general Roloff and has since been Active in the insurrection cause. He recently crossed the Trocha from Pinar Del Rio. And entered the province of Matanzas. Kearney and Haines free. The alleged a Edyna miters on their Way to America. Rotterdam october 5.�?ten minutes before the Netherlands Une steamship Werke dam sailed for new York on saturday last a Carriage containing four men Kearney and Haines the Ertah american suspects and two police Caff Cera in Plain clothes drove up to the Dock and the party boarded the Steamer. Kearney and Honee were taken to a stateroom where they remained a until the Werke dam left port. The two suspects were shipped under new aliases. The French police at Boulogne were notified and strict orders were Given to the police of Rotterdam to keep the affair from the reporters and for this purpose an official statement to the effect that the suspects would be conducted of the Frontier was Given out. J Odd fire at Wilkinson. Building permits. 1102 x. Pennsyl c. E. Ferguson addition Vania. 3118. J. And Ella Moore Frame dwelling Morton place. 92.000. Mary e. Phelan Brick Etore room Virginia ave., Between Bradshaw and Buchanan 31 425 Bernard King repairs. Us Elizabeth 3590. Carton a he Rienbeck repairs 5 Circle. 3100. George Lange repairs. 473 s. East 3565. Real estate transfers Sheffield h. Wright to Bellevue land and improvement company tract at fall Creek and Meridian at. ,.3 5,000 00 Bellevue i and and improvement company to George j. Murlott same. Solomon Klepper to we. F. Engel. Mcginnis s subdivision part Hanna s hers addition. Richard b. Ward to Indiana Home and savings association lot 45, Graceland Park 1. Emma t. Joor to Mary Johnson lot 33 and part 32. A Dotrie s guardian subdivision part our tit 102. We. Beaning to he Rison Ogborn lot 16 and part 17. Hirk 3. North Indianapolis. Clyde Roach to Wal j. Roach part lot 30. Butler s North addition College Corner addition. Mary Campbell to we. Campbell lot 355, Mccarty s ninth West Side add Levi j. Lydy to Duncan d. Dunn Jot 34. Howard s heirs addition West Indianapolis. J. A. % Benjamin r. Smith to Delia m. Devney. Trustee Southwest Quarter of Section 8, township 14. Range 5 .1. Delia m. Devney trustee to Elizabeth Smith same. Charity cominger Ross Northwest. Quarter of Section it 20. Township 14. Range 4 a. George a Rose to i Joleila i same. .1 Louella Ross to George a. Ross. Same. Charlee m. Rooker to we. V. Rooker part of 70 area Section 23, township 17. Range 4 a 5.000 00 a 1,350 00 1.648 50 3.300 00 3.000 00 1.500 00 1.050 00 y. Trustee to Elisabeth re Etal. To George a. A St Pilarte of Northeast 400 00 5 00 5 0 minor City affair. The building inspector recommended that a Brick building belonging to Leopold Mayer at 87 South East Street be torn Down. The commissioners of Public safety will have their regular meeting wednesday morning. They will have a conference with the Board of Public works also. The Board of Public works was notified that Sand haulers Are digging a no the levee near Ream and Chestnut Street. Commissioner Herpik was instructed to have the haulers arrested if they persisted in weakening the levee. The Council will meet this evening and the plumbers ordinance will be stricken from the flee. Another ordinance on the subject which meets the approval of the Board of health and is in conformity with the City charter will be introduced. Final action was taken on the resolutions to build a local sewer in ninth Street formerly Pratt Stree from Senate Avenue to a Point 195 feet East to gravel the Roadway and Budd Brick walks and put curb in Harvey Street from Ohio Street to new York Street. The Board sent out following notice to the Board of Public safety the building inspector has approved plans for a build Fellows Block destroyed several stores Sailer loss. Wilkinson ind., october night the Odd Fellows Block and the storeroom of n. L. Johnson were destroyed by fire. The Odd Fellows Hall was insured by the Union insurance company for 3600 p. K. May. Hardware store room of i. O. O. F. Block 31,200 on Stock and 3500 on room in the German american and Lancashire n. L. Johnson about 32,000 n building and Stock. The above was the total loss except a few Cook stoves removed from the hardware store. The knights of pythias building and Eakins building were coached severely. A Small office building of we. Kack was a total loss. _. Minister welcomed it Greenwood. Special to the Indianapolis news. Greenwood ind. October 6.�?the Rev f. Westhafer began the fourth year of his ministry at the m. E. Church Here yesterday. He was Given a Hearty Welcome by old and Young. The Epworth league under the management of mrs. M j. Mccaslyn. Had prepared a Welcome service in the nature of a Surprise in the afternoon. Or. Westhafer writes occasionally for the press. He obtained one of the youth s companion prizes recently. His articles written for the Western Christian advocate on Faith cure attracted a Good Deal of tried to gel headquarter. Special to the Indian amp Pool news. Terre haute ind., october 5.�?john Brown one of the two coloured members of the Terre haute police Force has been suspended for neglect of duty. Captain Hyland charges that Brown remained forty five minutes in one of the City engine houses sunday night. Browne a defense is that he went there to report and it Fook him half an hour to get the Central Telephone office. Servall give �20,000. New York october 5.�?the world says candidate Arthur Sewall brought his Check Book into use on saturday and contributed 320,000 to the Campaign fund. The Check was Given to treasurer St. John and while it do not represent All that or. Sewall has Given during the Campaign. It is one of the biggest single sums contributed to the free Silver cause so far. We hive finally settled Down after Many weeks of hard work we Hare succeeded to getting our selves in Prattjr Good shape and Are ready for business. We have been rather unassuming and no doubt a disappointment to some who expected to see some flaming advertisements but we have decided of a modest course and that one we intend to pursue in the near future. Our growth May not be very rapid but we expect to build on a solid foundation and that requires seasoned material. We intend to spend some Money in printers Ink but it must be backed by Honor and keeping Faith with the Public. We will always take care that our claims shall not be exaggerated and when we advertise live bargains in the paper we will offer fifty bargains Over the counter. Our bargain will always be in desirable merchandise and same courtesies will be extended As in a regular Way of trading. Our special Sale for to Day tuesday wednesday laundry necessaries basement mrs. Potts ironing set of live pieces ironing boards. 6 ft., 6 ft., 6 it. Oval Willow clothes baskets Small Sloe Medlo Mulz Large be 10 24c 20< Santa Claus soap per cake silverware extra plated basement dinner knives or Forks each. Spoons tipped table a 14c underwear department main floor women a Union suits value i 75c and 50c special 78c, 68c and. Menus natural Wool 60 per cent Wool shirts and draw ers Good value 75c special Price. Misses and children a vests and pants 10c Tea to 88c 48c Sixes 16 18 20 22 24 28 28 30 32 34 price�?7c 12c 17c 22c 27c 32c 37c 42c 47c 53c, Worth one third More in a regular Way. Children Venlon suits. Domestic department main floor sheets size 81x90, excellent Quality. Doc Pillow cases. 45x36. Sheets he stitched 90x90.cloak department second floor Beaver jacket All lined with silk Serge this seasons style.b8.flr All Wool Kersey All lined with yarn dyed hadame value #10 egg two toned High class boucle jacket very Bobby value $15.&Quot bh98 american frieze misses jacket very stylish value #8.50. §548 Art department second floor Crochet knitting a ounce balls each. Pc ice Wool per Box. A we pillows Large Square covered with Denim and braided. 38c millinery untrimmed second floor walking hats real fur Felt value 1.25 special. 70c untrimmed Wool and fur Felt latest shapes. 38c Tam of shatters for children value 75c 38c linoleum and Oil cloths third floor floor Oil cloths per Square Yard. 1014c Standard linoleum per Square Yard. A soc the we. H. Block go. 7 and 9 St the build uni. Al it i. Ing to be located on the South Side of the first Alley South of Georgia Street near Illinois Street with an area extending about four feet into the improved Alley. Please notify the building inspector that this area Way must not be permitted to be constructed. Money held by Banks. The report of comptroller Eckel give some interesting figure. Row. Part 2,600 00 400 00 .4cj 00 3.000 00 total Transfer. To 327.650 50 Lonia h. Gibson . L a j. Torrance brought suit to Day against Loris h. I Fanon and the City of Indianapolis demanding 35,000 damage and alleging the she was injured in be exber 18s5, in front of or. Gibson a residence. 830 North Pennsylvania Street by slipping on some ice which was there through Tbs negligence of the defendants Washington. D. A. October 5.�?comptroller of the currency Eckles has issued a statement giving the results of an investigation made by him of the Anil Firu of All kinds of Money held by the banking institutions of the country on july l the number of banking houses and Trust companies inquired of were 12.962 and of seventy seven Clearing houses covering All of such institutions in every state and territory and the District of Columbia. Replies were received from 5,73 Banks and Trust companies and sixty six Clearing House associations. The information although incomplete. Is the comptroller says of such a character As to enable a fair and Correct result from All to be approximated. Of the 5,73 reports received 2,458 were of National Banks 1,494 of state Banks 457 of savings Banks 30 of private Banks and 84 of loan and Trust companies. The total amount of Cash in the 5,723 institutions reporting was 413,124,849, divided As follow the steamship arrivals. New York october. 5.�?arrived la Bourgogne from Havre georgian from London. Boston october 5.�?arrived Servia from Liverpool. Havre. October 5.�?arrived la Gas Cogne from new York. Omra. Ellen Noble dead. Special to the Indianapolis news. Greenwood. Ind., october 5.�?mrs. Ellen Noble wife of n. E. Noble a merchant of Thea place died last night age sixty years. Her funeral will take place at the m. E. Church to Morrow at 2 30 p. Making the on try ran. Special to the Indianapolis news. Terre haute ind., october 5.�?the Century run from Terre haute to Cayuga and return was made a merday by 106 riders. Of these three were ladles. A a she May have seen belter Days undoubtedly she has but she never at any period other terrestrial existence saw any better and purer food than our popular \ Quaker bread it is simply immense and in the language of the Baker poet it absorbs the pastry a or in Plain English a it takes the a try our Rye bread. Look for the Label on each loaf of Quaker. All our goods Are Union Hultz baking to. Sols Bakers of the hols ser it jungs Quaker bread. Cloaks Tiloa of so its Silks Ano dress goods everything now on the ground floor. No Eleva Tom no Etal Waya to climb grand opening Sale to Morrow Fri our new cloak and suit department. Burled at Frankfort. The body of a. C. Clark the Well known real estate dealer of Baughville who died Friday night of typhoid fever was burled at Frankfort ind., his old Home yesterday. One table loaded Down with fall capes that formerly sold at from 35.00 to $10.00 take Choice for. Ant her table of fall capes that Sola up to $10.00 to close out. 1q0 handsome Novelty jacket arrived by this morning s express. Nothing like these styles to be found anywhere else Lei this City. It will pay you to see these new creations. Prices Range from 36.00 to. See the Kersey jackets All silk lined for. See the new boucle jackets at 0c Elfi $5.00, 37.60, 310.00 and. Fld us Plush capes new collars big sweep pm Brol dered and Jet trimmed at 4.75. 6.50. 37.50. 310.00, 312.00, 15.00 and 25.00, these Are by far the but vain Ever offered by us before. Si-9 s2.98i $25 00 $650 see the tailor made suite Wool silk lined for. See the All $500 Novelty tailor made a suits at 9.98 Worth. »id3 brocaded Black Silks which Are 11 the rage now for skirts and dress. Twenty a pieces came to us this morning in All the new designs at 49c. 59c, 75c, 15c and me. Black Groe Grain Yllka and Satin this jacket �8.00. Duchez at 4#c. 75c and 98c. Dress goods novelties at 10c, 15c, 19c, 26c, 49c, 75c, 98c and . Should be seen to be fully appreciated. 37 amp 39 South Illinois St. 34 to 50 West Maryland St. A a want ads. In the news one cent a word. 18 e. Wash. 18 e. Wash. Gold Coin. Gold certificates. Silver dollars. Fractional Coin. Silver certificates. Treasury notes 1820 United states notes. Currency Cert Ifica a National Bank notes. Of this total Cash Banks reporting held 2,265 state Etc., 77,950,233. The amount of Gold Coin and Gold certify cat held by .3143,077.00155.i81.33s8.254.6127.39. J3 a a 39,6�,59613,126,018 no.4�.m20.858.0003.795.834 the 3.458 National 174.616, and the women a French kid band turns and Welt shoes #3.50 and #4 a pair at $2.98 shoes menus and 2.50 and women a 3 $1.98 500 pairs Sample shoes at Cost. Schauroth a 18 e. 18 e. Wash. Wash. Schools Collista Eft music. German lessons a Gunti Youji connected with the Oerman press will give course of germen lesson based upon the latest scientific and practical methods to individuals and Clasara Large experience in teaching Public schools and colleges warrants the Assurance of Complete knowledge within a very abort course. Best references. Hedy Rich Schatz 27 8. Delaware St. Indications coming Winter. Cold weather Calls for a jacket a Cape or a Boa we will offer big week a lot of Feather boat at prices very Low. We have so Many of them we Are willing to sacrifice them a Little not a great Deal but a Little. I Tyr Job Ortli lot of 36-Inch Feather Boas that usually r �?~��7l Cavil Geil for 69c and 75c each. I or Idun on of lot of 36 Inch Feather Boas feathers Well Tui a l Cavil secured and usually sell for 76c. For 98c and $1.19 each r to to ska stator aft you can to miss on this Ostrich Boa. Come and ror give them a thorough examination a sacrifice a special to the ladles and read this with special care. We have a lot of about 100 pairs of ladles Fine kid gloves that we always sold for 98c and to pair but of examination found them to be All size a Smy consequently this tremendous Sac Rice. To close them out we have placed the Price until sold at Only 39c pair of if you Wear s ize 6, done to wait until they Are All gone. Maguiree a Granger 174-176 West Washington Street a Imam a a aah a a by a a by a a a a Aaan a

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