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9 Aug 1900

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9 Aug 1900

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Indianapolis Press (Newspaper) - August 9, 1900, Indianapolis, Indiana The India Kapolis press thursday August 0, 1900. Manufacturer of Grilles. Z 0 e the pillars of All True Art barony and Simp Ucrry they govern in All departments and every application of work done by 0 a a r m 0 m a Albert Gall carpets draperies Wall paper 17 and 19 weat 8tr�et. Hardwood Yiboon and Refl Nahed. Indiana National Bank vibe poor a Iris in of Safe Deposit vaults of dou.ar8 Worth of per it a onal property Hare been destroyed by fire n recent years. Why take such risks when Securi May be had so cheaply t Small safes is a year. Trunks and valses stored s5 to of cents a month. Tel. 334. 426 b. Wash. St. Latiuri sap pile and wish Owa isse. Cat goods. Fair prime. Fairo Calilli. A Toast Sarrica. Or. Van to Rolls was slighted no notification tickets sent mrs party or the populists. State committee of both these parties were Here too he Calli it downright snobbery. Silver republicans and fusion populist leaders Are piqued because of an alleged blight of the committee on arrangements of the notification meeting in falling to recognize either party in distributing tickets to the notification stand. State chairman Van Vorhis of the Silver re a publicans a Imi As one of those slighted said today quot it waa a piece of downright snobbery a without a scintilla of excuse. Tickets were sent around in envelopes to republicans but not one was sent to a Silver Republican or a populist although we Are earnestly supporting the democratic ticket and it was known that our state committees were to be Here. Such acts As this cause deep feelings of anger and resentment among our men. Those responsible for the slight Are half a dozen men that Are governed entirely by their per Sunal feelings and the democratic organization should be warned that it is not Good policy to give them too full quot what will be done about it quot quot nothing at All but such occurrences make it hard to induce our men to stay in line. Because half a dozen men want to vent their personal feelings will not alienate us a Whit from Bryan or from the democratic congressional nominee in this for the Liberty Congress. List of anti imperialists who already have engaged rooms. Those in charge of the arrangements for the big meeting of anti imperialists the Liberty Congress to be held Here August 15 and 16, today gave out a partial list of prominent men that have contracted for hotel accommodations As follows Noah k. Davis president of the University of Virginia George q. Mercer of Philadelphia the Rev. Herman s. Bulge Low of Cincinnati. John de Witt Warner of new York City Horace White editor of the new York evening Post gov. George Boutelle of massachusett.?, s. J. Shively Paoli Kan. Representative s. C. Bherman of Emerson Iowa judge e. H. Thayer Clinton Iowa John Brisbane Walker Irvington on the Hudson n. Y. L. A quot. Habercorn Washington d. C. Gen. Elwood s. Corser Minneapolis Minn. United states senator George l. Wellington Cumberland my. T. S. Bacon Buckeye town my. R. W. Turner Mankato Kan., late Consul to Cadiz Spain and representatives Zenor and Myers of Indiana. The anti imperialistic league of Indiana. It was announced today will Send 300 delegates to the coming National meeting. Christ Church permit a building permit was taken out today by the wardens of Christ Church to remodel the Church building at a Cost of $7,900. Out peddling rattle in flies a Trifan Ster Enson a roup photographed yesterday Brown county Man shows his wares to the Park Board. Forty pounds of these serpents which City did not care to buy a their Oil for Frank w. Samuels of Brown county living on a forty acre farm six Miles East of Nashville brought forty pounds of live rattle snakes to Indianapolis this morning to sell. He had them in a Pine Box covered with Glass and carried them about with the Box roped Over his shoulder. The Park Board would not buy but superintendent Power showed a Friendly interest for he had lived among the rattlers in Mexico and southwestern United states. The rattlers were found under a Rook in the Corner of Samuels potato Patch. The by own county Man saw an oppor to malty to make his expenses to the Bryan notification meeting. He got some string and Lassord the four snakes which Range in length from two feet to five. After be had choked the Pugna City out of them he pulled their fangs with a pair of pincers. The biggest Snake has eleven rattlers and a Button. When Samuels caught him he had enveloped a Fox Squirrel and a Gray Squirrel and was just settling Down to digest the swell dinner in peace. The string around his neck made him sick and after his fangs were drawn he emitted his feast. The rattlers were of the Timber variety and the biggest fellow is about As Large As they grow in Indiana. The Brown county Man reached affectionately into the Box. Patted the big fellow on the Back while his rattlers went quot Zzz Zzz Zzz quot took him by the neck and pulled him out to show his Fine spots. The other rattlers were colled in a Comer with Heads up. Samuels unconcerned Way waa not shared by in lookers who got out of the rattlers reach and punned about snakes enough in town already. Samuels seemed disappointed at not find ing a purchaser. Superintendent Power told him he could get a Good Price for the skins. I can make Oil of pm quot said the Brown county Man quot if nothing else. I have a Good bottle of rattle Snake Oil at Home now. It s Good for the rheumatic. I in de stand it fetches $3 an ounce railroads say 20,000. Four roads Only consent to give exact figures. The crowd that came to this City yesterday to attend the Bryan notification was a disappointment to the Railroad companies. The officials at the Union station estimated its size at 20,000. It was impossible today to get the exact figures from the different railroads but they All expressed themselves As being greatly disappointed. An official of the l. E. Amp w. Road said it had made arrangements to bring at least 5,000 people Here and got about 2,000. The following is an estimate of the crowds brought to the City by some of the railroads yesterday. These estimates were furnished by officials of the different roads big four.2,500 Indianapolis amp Vincennes. 583 Pennsylvania lines .2,000 Indiana Decatur amp Western. 600 the Way the newspapers Over the country estimate the crowd is calculated to leave an impression that newspapers Are not reliable on estimates. Chicago democratic papers this morning estimate the crowd at 60,000, and from this figure ranges Down to As Low As 16,000, according to the paper s political Faith. About 20,000 was the conservative estimate today of the crowd Here Here yesterday afternoon we. J. Bryan and Adlai e. Stevenson and three others went to j. H. A % Clark s studio and were photographed in a group. Or. Bryan is the Center figure. Imp. Stevenson is to his a left and j. G. Johnson chairman of the democratic National executive committee is to his right ail three s sitting Down. Standing up to or. Bryan s left is Parks Martin chairman of the Indiana democratic com h ii Mittee. James Creiman a correspondent is standing to or. Bryan s right. ? Terre haute Olige a Oford charges filed against by Eli f. Ritter. It anti Saloon league alleges saloons Are permitted to be open continuously. Ell f. Ritter of this City on behalf of the anti Saloon league of Indiana filed charges today with gov. Mount against the police Board of Terre haute. It is alleged that the Board has not enforced the Law regulating the saloons in that City. Grov. Mount has the matter under consideration and will require the police commissioners to file written answers to the charges made. These will be considered before a decision is Given by the governor. The commissioners Are charged with wilfully neglecting to enforce the Laws in regard to closing saloons. With the charges on file Are affidavits made by citizens of Terre haute to the effect that not Only the commissioners but the superintendent of police and the patrolmen have neglected and have refused to enforce the Laws. It is alleged that citizens have Given information of violations to the patrolmen and the latter have in every Case refused to act saying that they did not have orders to do anything. It is further alleged that when the matter was carried to the superintendent he turned the reformers Down because Tho Powers above him had not told him to close the saloons. It is stated that the saloons of Terre haute have been running wide open on sunday and no attention has been paid to the matter. Repro Sentall Vee of the anti Saloon league say that this shiite of affairs has been going on for about a year or Ever since the present police Board was appointed. The Temperance people say that they Are going to push the matter and find out just who it 19 in Terre haute that is Responsl-1 ble for the Jires i condition i gov. Moun quot a today that trite matter twill be gone into thoroughly. A Day will be set for hearing. It is thought that politics will not have any influence with the governor although it is intimated that such an influence will seek to protect the police commissioners. They promised quot to be Good quot once and it is thought now that some one May lose his in clerk s office. Rufus c. Leonard a Young Farmer living near Philadelphia ind., and miss Carrie e. Baton living near Julietta were United in marriage this morning in the county clerk s office by Justice of the peace Stout. The Young couple left immediately for Jurietta. Bridge of Falls cows killed six cattle go Down in pleas ant run at Sherman drive. Property of William Morgan Dairyman Structure had been condemned. The Sherman drive Bridge Over pleasant run collapsed last evening and carried Down with it six valuable cows the property of wll Llain Morgan a Dairyman. Three of the cows died before the rescuing party arrived and the remaining three were so crippled that they were killed this morning. The Bridge was condemned some time ago and was soon to be replaced with a new one. Morgan s Dairy hands have been driving the cows across the Bridge night and morning and last evening six of the cows attempted to Cross it at the same time. The weight caused the Bridge to collapse and the cattle went Down with the broken timbers. Men were quickly called to the scene and an Effort made to Rescue the animals but they were either dead or owns Square 36money paid to former holders of property . F. Sayles withdraws exception but h. C. Long still claims More than award. Judge William a. Woods of the United states circuit court entered a decree in the matter of Square 86 Lato yesterday afternoon and the property forthwith passed into Possession of the government. Noble 0. Butler clerk of the United states court whoa duty it is to pay out the Money to the property holders waa kept Tisy this morning drawing checks for amounts ranging from 18,000 to 190.000. As a Rule the counsel for the several property holders applied for the Ohe oks. Miller slam amp dealer Baker amp Daniels and Austin f. Denny got the majority of the checks. Before noon today or. Butler had checked out of the Indiana National Bank More than $400,000. Charles f. Say Lea accented 90,0 x and withdrew his exception. H. C. Long still Hopes to get More than $41, and will await action of the Federal court on his claim. The next step toward giving Indianapolis a new Federal building must be made in Washin on. This la the matter made in Washin on. This la the matter of securing suitable Plana for the building. It 18 hoped that this will be done at once As even at the beat. It will to years before the Structure la completed and every Federal department in the present building la the court of the courts from noon August 8, to noon August 9. Probate court. In vacation a my a la n. A. Walker. last will of Hannah Harvey probated. New suits filed. 60,340. Ruth a. Seerley a. India Apoua Street railway co. Damages. Demand 116,000. Room 1 minutes of higher courts. Supreme court. 19,363. Mary a. Plank it al. A. Indiana Mutual building and loan association. Huntington quot a. C. Appellee s Brief. New supreme court cases. 19.441. William m. Jewell it al. Is. Albert Gaylor it al. Record. Assignment of errors. Notice. 19.442. Edsell w. Chamberlain it al., etc., is. William Kunkle. Huntington c. C. Record. Assignment of errors. Joinder. Brief. Appellate court. 3132. J. A. Everitt seedsman is. Harry r. Bassler. Marlon 6. C. Appellee s Brief in petition. New appellate court cases. 3536. The employers Assurance corporation limited is. The Light heat and Power company. Clark c. C. Record. Assignment of errors. Notice. Appellant s beef. Lemuel helter is. Mic Vael Dalley it al. Wells c. C. Record. Assignment of errors. In term. Bond. Changes at door of Hope. A change was made in the management of the door of Hope this morning. Mrs. Roades who has been assistant superintendent of the institution for some time tendered her resignation that she might go to Chicago to take an important place on the Board of charities and correction. The Board of managers of the door of Hope appointed mrs. Steele to the superintendency of the institution a position been that has in vacant for some Bryan Carriage passing Soldier Monument on the Way to military Park. I in the Carriage Are or. And mrs. W. J. Bryan and w. J. Bryan jr., mayor task part and Hon. James d. Richardson who delivered the notification address. Wasson is special bargains 25c. I a a we Ciosci at 12.30 Tomor 5 Row employees half-holi-1 Day. These surprising vat us for the morning a m to Yards of pretty Lawn for.25 shirt want pattern of Fine a drss.25 figured fool sad sifts 65c Quality. »25 a Wool Sid ratings 59c Grade for.j5 a Sterling Silver novelties Worth 50c,choice.25 j hair brushes extra Good qty laity each.j5 fancy stations by 500 boxes Worth i iipto50c,choics.j5 i Oitice lot of bsds Worth tip to s in 0,at.05 1 25c English Square \7ash tics 2 i for.25 50c Mercer id English Square for j5 5c men s Unsun Gollata a Styes j 3 for. .25 j a r p. Wasson amp co. 1 notice protect your building from fire and lower your insurance rate by using steel routing shutters doors and partitions when the plastering in your store room begins to crack and fall apply a Plain or ornamental steel ceiling Over plaster. Estimates promptly in Oishei w. Mcworkman 2isaii4 pm so to Telephone 1118. The More Yon eat the More you want. A yen Hlll Lalim the ladies Ara invited to see the process of Mono factors. Ii pe�ei�.b3ycf.�p �0�save your rent by becoming a member of the f. C. A., you can buy a Home cheaper than you can rent one. You do not. Have to own a lot or have any capital. Thi a retest of All Toons to the Labouring Man. A thoroughly Good and reliable association pays for your Home and gives you Long time and easy payments without interest Only actual expense which amounts to six tenths of 1 per cent a year. "co4>dcratlon the coming we accomplish the molts by cooperation. We do not after you a Ornithine for no think a Avn apr All tou get. Bot you get it at such a Simu poet. This in the result of a urge business. We have ordered Par chased Home to the amount of 50 for the month of tuly. If you join Tow you will soon be in your own Home. A my a Home Cotti so a month and is credited Ron your Home. We Haye made a win der no record for the month of july. Why do you wait ? \ on cannot gain anything by Defay. It estimate cd you will join Pri Temal co one ratify association booms 21.22,Lombard building. I ask your Barber ror anti Segno face Tonia r. A. A Barb a sons Ace ots ass Indium a. m. Pearson Cut Price drugs 65, 57, 59 Virginia ave Befi Kisst Fer Cre Avaery bitter i vol 33 North Pennsy Luite st. Drums band tor oar Arloss. Carun amp Lennix i to a b. Mum Sbet a Kunii. /

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