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14 Mar 1901

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14 Mar 1901

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Indianapolis Press (Newspaper) - March 14, 1901, Indianapolis, Indiana Quot by Wiig Yily a ii the los dial Apolis press March 14, 1901. J gyms co7ia Hdldn Swineb 1 do c k quot us Petticoat for $2.25 of readily pronounce the garment an embodiment of All that is Best in an underskirt for general usefulness and a reasonable degree of style. The material is Rich mercerized sateen As Brilliant As silk and More durable. The skirt is Cut full and ions and finished with two rows of three Inch accordion plaiting. Headed with strapping and cording. Enough for a brisk demand All Day thursday but Vou d better come in the morning�?$3.50 skirts at j2.25 will go rapidly. Women tailoring in . F our a Oman s Tailo incr rooms will c re open a shortly Imper the manage Ament of or. Of. Ii. Buschelle who gives up his own establishment in the c Champlain i building Chica of to Finko . Quot or. Followed his \ location for so of a curs i Paris before com inst to to is Coli try. Since then his Sorvick wit i weeks of Chicago and with Marshall fid amp co., where the a the making of Liery and pm it irs habits is highly com Pink Nina ii inc be firms. I More re scottly he i As been reckoned among Staie Sorc t s Best tailors for women. Pc of Sieve Weire to be congratulated on his engagement. The Dale of Novig vill let a announced in a sincere sorrow Manifest of f of in t w in 1 n w t a of w Cly j arrangements for funeral everywhere for the dead Vii in or a a of r h or a i a is of ceremonies Are practically statesman. Completed. It funeral details. The weather Story. Of tibial quot a cast for Torii kit tomorrow for Indiana Iblis Ami Vicinity Cloudy weather on Klit rain qty on aridity. For iii Divina i try clip us Toni lit with probably Fli Iurii s in i Trine Piort Lugii portion. Fri a to Niraly fair. U. S. Weather Bureau. 7 a. In. Zooi. To Topf it Rater. Thida it. la. Satire humidity today a �5 the. Its pro nerf general conditions. Pm area moved , with or i ohioan and Low barometric ont insert eau and Lizeh Wirpi sur it of the .mi-ssi.-Siiiiii. It is told a cd capt the quot Ai iii . M h of Tlle to a mph by purr Rose it in i try. Kam or Snow Fidi from the misses a a Jeas Tward to the Atlantic a Oast. Fairbanks bureaus. Kenesaw Landis to have charge the one in Chicago. Of from w a Sivin Toti comes the interesting ,.ent that senator Fairbanks is arranging to have District attorney a. Wishard take Chargi of the Listern newspaper Bureau that is to Boom his news Zapor . Fairbanks quot plan As stated in the press a Estonia is to live Wishard appointed assistant attorney general for the Interior Doii Arment the duties of which arc nominal iii order to give ii Man Ofil civil station bit at the same time it is said. Wishard is to look after the press end of i Fairbanks presidential Campaign. It is fun ther announced that the Sisior Indiana senator is Organ in hug news or in reads allo or the coi try and that Kenesaw Mountain Jandis. Brother of congressman Ivan Dis Lias charge of the Chicago Breatt. It is said that Fairbanks first organized a Syndicate to buy the Chicago Icv ening news iti order to make it his Organ with ills son Waren. In editorial charge. But that he backed out when informed that the other Chicago i it apers probably would knife Hirn if he entered into Competition with Thirn in a la Tsines . Wabash absorbed new York Rumor that Pennsylvania will control it continued from Page 1. Ber and which desires to turn out if it is desired by the family. On motion of judge Dowling of the supreme court the governor was directed to appoint a committee to consult with the family and determine what kind of funeral shall be held on sunday. At the Sugge of Lew Wallace the committee was Given executive Powers with authority to appoint sub committees. The governor and mayor under the motion Sre made members of the committee sex Oft Csc. Entire i. N. G. Favored. The governor asked a Freer expression on the question of the military. Gen. I new \ Allace Tho tight one regiment should be the minimum. Quot if i were governor quot said he "1 should Call out the entire National he said Gen. Harrison is not Only a National but an International character and whatever is done will be commented on More or less by the world. John w. Kern agreed with Gen. Wallace. He Tho tight it should be kept in mind that the president and governors if states will be Here and that whatever is done should be commensurate with the occasion. He thought the whole people would approve a fitting display. He advocated the calling out of the entire Indiana National guard or so much As it is practicable to Call out. Judge Dowling said too that Gen. Harrison was a military non parotid of his record and that the should be called out. H. S. Law and mayor Taggart suggested that the meeting express wishes which shall by conveyed to the family before determining the question. Or. New thought a military display eminently fitting. Or. Adams suggested that the Parade be on saturday that the National guard be allowed to go Home saturday night and that sunday be Given Over to the family. John h. Holliday approved of or. Adams remarks and added that Gen. Harrison would not have approved of a display on sunday and that the people of the state would not like it. A. Brown endorsed the views of messes. Adams and Holliday and suggested some Jiu blic exercise on saturday at which an address on the life of the de it eased b delivered. John p. Frenzel thought in. Harrison s old g. A. Associates should attend the funeral. Quot if there Ever was a funeral occasion when the entire military should be present this is the occasion quot he said. E. B. Martin Dale to approved of a military display on saturday. No display on sunday. Edge to ids said the Niar ked characteristic of Gen. Harrison his religious Side. Cen. Harrison was no agnostic. He thought the general would have been by a display on sunday and would not have even approved of the g. A. N. Ritual with the Salute Over the grave although it is very Beautiful. A. H. H. Miller said that what or. Holliday and judge Woods suggested was in accordance we a the family s sentiments. the demonstration on saturday be what the Public demands and let funeral on sunday be a ostentatious quot said or. Miller. Judge John h. Baker said the Public owes to the memory of Gen. Harrison the highest exhibition of Honor but he Felt that the family and near friends should have care of the remains last before they shall be Laid away. He said Gen. Harrison would not have approved of a sunday display. At the meeting e. B. Martindale and Frank Morrison of the Columbia club said the club wishes to entertain president Mckinley and his Cabinet if the committee so wills and the club desires to in any other Way in caring for the distinguished guests that will be in the City. National guard. Loch William a. Taylor h. P. Wasson w. Mckeen n. T. Depauw j. I. Irwin maj. G. V. Menzies col. Charles Denby r. S. Taylor h. H. Hanna Gen. Lew Wallace r. D. Dehart. Judge Zollars Clem Studebaker James Ujj. Oliver Schuyler Colfax Mark a. Demott w. H. Hickman j. S. Dodge. A. O. Marsh Defoe Skinner Samuy Halston Samuel e. Morss James , John e. Lamb Gilbert Stormont Parks m. Martin judge Willard new Joseph h. Shea r. A. Morris Harry s. New r. O. Hawkins e. H. Nebeker Smiley n. Chambers John s. Duncan Jefferson Claypool i. N. Walker James e. Watson James a. Hemenway Charles b. Landis Mark e. Forkner l. P. Newby Fred j. Scholz Albert Sleber Ferdinand Winter Edward Daniel Fred e. Matson John w. Lovett n. W. Gilbert John Perrin w. D. Foulke George a. Steele. Theodore Randall Moses g. Mclain c. C. Foster a. L. Mason John l. Griffiths Jesse Overstreet h. B. Gates. Harrison Monument in Crown Hill. The Marion club. Officers meet and adopt memorial on Gen. Harrison. The of acers of the Marion club met today in extra session and ordered the following memorial spread upon the records of the club quot Benjamin Harrison an honorary member of this club departed this life March 13, Lynd. He had attained the fullness of life in years and Achie ement. As a Soldier he was Brave aggressive and capable As a lawyer he was careful studious and invincible As a senator he was observant and Ever mindful of the needs and welfare of his people. Ever ready in debate the logic and Force of his arguments made him a potent Factor in the legislation of our c Jun try. Quot by Nis close study and experience he attained the prophetic vision of the statesman. As our chief a executive a his Cool calculating conservative yet vigorous policy he gave us an administration of which every Amer Micati May Well feel proud. As a citizen he was clean pure and through and through an american. All in All his name will Ever stand in our history As that of one of the greatest american statesmen. Quot resolved in his death our club has sustained a great loss but far greater has been the loss of the the g. A. A s tribute. Commander Beem of the Indiana department Speaks for it. I he commander of the g. A. R., department of Indiana David e. Beem of Spencer voices the sentiment of the grand army of this state in the following quot the death of Gen. Harrison touches the lif it Art of every Soldier deeply. While he did not acquire that distinction As a Leader of our armies which was attained by Many of our great commanders his military record was an honorable one and real acts great credit upon the state of Indiana. It is an Impi restive fact that nearly All the renowned soldiers of the Union armies have passed away. Gen. Harrison emphasized his patriotism and service As a Soldier by becoming a member of the grand army of the Republic As did Grant and Logan and nearly All of our military heroes of the civil War. His to patriotism his Zeal and Devotion to the Ceatise of the Union during and since the w in his splendid career As a lawyer orator statesman and president made him the most distinguished member of our patriotic order. Every Union Soldier in spirit if not in person will Lay a Flower and a Fia a upon his grave Russel Harrison Here. Of Winchester company g. Newcastle company a Lebanon company k. Dan Ville company a Greenfield company e. Franklin. Thini regiment company f. South i Bend company e. Elkhart company b. Rochester company a Warsaw Coni Iwanyk Auburn company g. Columbia City company d. It. Wane c. Lagrange company a. Monticolo company m. Crawfordsville company i tip tuii. Artl Llerve battalion Battery a. Indian Jacohs Battery b. It. Wayne Battery 1 c. his wife s arms. Mourning tributes limited. I or. Harrison s orders for or. Hayes and or. Blaine caused strict Law. I Washington March 14.�?it is a Curi Oue fact that the Law limiting president Mckinley s Powers As to mourning for sex president Harrison was brought about by two orders issued by i resident Harri i son Biseli. I january 18, 1s93, the president was Oil Law to Issue an order the death of sex president Hayes closing the depart Jents on the Day of the Etnier in and or Derlong All Public buildings to of draped in mourning. Almost before this period of mourning had expired sex Secretary Blaine died and another fun to proclamation issued from the White House. The Long continuation of the of mourning was too much Fia Congress which promptly the act Purohi iii ing mourning display and the tic sing of the departments on the occasion of the death of an sex official. Continued from Page 1. ".etail. To were unable to assign a for tic illness. The Wiener ii said Tliatha ii ail Boon taking tiie Best of care of Nims quot of. Me Remarkel lii at he Itu l Boon to the Oil ice of or Miller the before it could recall no exposer. When i saw him on Frid i it morning he of the Sharp cuttiing in his cd st and asked whether he could not do i in Relief. Quot Flora Friday on he grow steadily worse. He a. Hoof ii and courage mrs l it uti tude was that of the Man re co ionized that he was engaged in a struggle for life and was All his it rebirth against the disease. L a til sunday a ening he maintained his mental inti it grit completely. After that Hove r. Iio suffered from delirium d bring his sleep. He Lay in Somi Congo of s Conditi n. Though perfect-1> Clear in mind until tuesday morning. Ther. Iii aortic ii. Or oxygenation on a coins Ilion Sini Ilar to anaesthesia. This was really the preparation of nature for . In this condition a patient Sut fers no pais. From this time in until Tho end Len. Harrison was entirely . At no time during Illus Dilt he ask specifically Ribota i Timat quot omit come though As i sat. He hindi a stood thorough the profundity of r to itt icky nor was he informed Spe iii a a quot 1 the honorary pall bearers chosen. Or. Tibbott said at no i that the icon Orar pall bearers had been Choson and notified Telegraph but Touhl not he made known to the Public until they have accepted. Fall Creek Bridge threatened. R i. Rio a i is lii car ii a pass 1, re it it just Nori hair and i Muf bri.ip-. Lust South o is a Orini the i maim Aida ii. It i As a Vor 1 bin at Appi a any. The county commissioner a a a a Osha e tie dam a in Raiteri Crape on Columb a club. This afternoon a Long Streamer of rape i Hung across the front of the Colum i Bia flub building. U. His various positions. In. Ha-?-.- to it 1-1 a a position of a st Ini a a a fresh in ,lt., of i i lii. N cab. R of in Cli Airai. Or quot tie cup of the of inc in Lipil a a inc try. I of c the he Board o the a. Roan the part "13" plays. Gen. Harrison died on March in and the lot in which he will be interred at Crown Hill is no. 13. Tyrian Chiu cd in the first i a chs to Cvrk a Colo in one Oay. Take promo quinine tablets.5c. Gen Harrison s lot in Crown Hill cemetery is marked by the simple yet heavy Monument of which the above is a sketch. The Monument stands near the East Entrance near the driveway. High courts of Indiana memorialize Gen. Harrison arrived six hours after his father died spent night at the Millers. A the following sentences Are taken from the Market reports from the new York Stock quot we hear tiie i ones vhf Ania has quire control of to quot we finder tand tiie i Enn Sylvania is up the a a Oas i at the of Ico of Trio i Enn Sylvania and Wabash com ibanies in this City nothing avs known of such a contemplated change. Sad Case of destitution. A �i.fmp., ind. March 4.-yesterday the author tics find mrs. Caroline bag Levi and live cd Illren of Liis City utterly a lost tute. Wiil out lire or food. She had i get in earning a so Tonty living by washing iii grew sick and unable to work. Two lir eldest children were sent to the orid ians Home. The other three Clung to to Weir Mother and were taken with her to the poor Asylum. The eldest child is but nine years old. Millersville Road Cut up. it of al of complaint is being made to the Nisi Ralile i condition of the Millers i ii. Toad. The line the to nln Trae ion Lauri Liiv. Ami the i nutty a ill be guest the a quot a ii tion company to put the Roa l in its former it oni lotion. In Many ii1kcc. It. T is said it is Nasare to travel Over the High-�.\ay. In tie comi tiny refuses to repair the . The of ii ship Road sup Vikor will he or tiered to r pair the Road at the company a pm Pence. Many other in Clarion county an in a very and Eom lotion and the commissioners will take action to repair them. Freight trains collide. Two freight trains on the Indianapolis division of the Pennsylvania Road collided this nio Reinfe at Richmond. Both trains were westbound. In Pink or Lohn tatter son of this City was Laidly Caldi a. No other members of the train Crews were Hurt. Lecture to school children. Ernest Iseton Thompson will lecture to the a school children at i o clock in the afternoon of March 27, at Tomlinson Hall. He will talk on wild animals and will illustrate his lecture with views of . Seventieth Indiana to meet. Gen. Harrison was of the Seventieth Indiana a Volunteer Veteran association and a meeting of the body will be called for tomorrow morning to take action on his death then. Smock is Vino president. If ton have dyspepsia rend no Money but write or. Bhoop Racine. War a Fox 90, for Oil bottles of or. Bhoop a Besto Ratlae sex Prees paid. If cured pay s6.60-lf not it in free. Militia companies of state will assemble for funeral. Immediate cry after the close of the meeting of citizens in the governor s Parlours today at which a general committee of Liften was chosen this committee met and decided on the character of the Public demonstration saturday. Brig. Gen. Mckee of the Indiana National guard and ii. F. Houghton superintendent of the Chicago division of the big four and master of transportation on the late gov. Mount s staff were called into the conference. It was decided that the a Vernor shall Issue a Call to mobilize the entire National guard. Or. Houghton and . A Miiller of the adjutant general s office at once set to work to prepare a schedule of trains to mobilize the troops. The Call will be issued by the governor this afternoon. It will be put in the hands of the adjutant general who in turn will notify the brigadier general after which telegrams will to sent to the comm in Dong officer of a ery Organiza Fiorit in the state. It was decided that the body shall lie in state at the Capitol until 10 o clock saturday night to allow All classes to View it. The body will be taken from the residence on North Delaware Street at 11 o clock in the morning. The line of the Parade iii be determined by brigadier general Mckee. It was decided that the survivors of Gen. Harrison s regiment the Seventieth Indiana shall immediately precede the Bier in the Parade. In front of the Seventieth the grand army will match. The formation of the National guard probably will be on Washington Street not later than 10 o clock a. M. After the body has reached the Capitol the companies of the National guard from outside Indianapolis will be at Liberty to return Home. The battalion composed of the Indianapolis companies and the Indianapolis Battery will do guard duty. The battalion Wili be in charge of maj. Conde. There will be no demonstration when the body is returned to the Harrison Home at 10 o clock at night. It was decided to notify the governor of each state in the Union of Gen. Harrison s death. The general executive committs so selected the following committees executive sub committee a Thomas Taggart Harry s. New Harry c. Adams John w. Kern Admiral George Brown. Finance Volney t. Malott John p. Frenzel m. B. Wilson Bement Lyman John a. Mcgettigan. Decorations and printing a. A. Young Walter f. C. Golt Ferd l. Mayer. Reception committee a. B. Martindale chairman f. W. Morrison j. E. Mccurl Russell Harrison son of Gen. Harrison arrived from Washington at 11 o clock last night six hours after his father died. The Carriage of w. H. H. Miller was waiting for him at the i Nion depot and he was Donven to the Home of or. Miller where to spent the night. I Carlo this morning he called at the late Home of his lather. Or. Harrison wore a cutaway suit of dark material. He is apparently in the Best of health although his friends observed that he had lost some flesh since he was Here last. This is his first visit to Indianapolis for several years. Or. Tibbott said that he had no information As to whether or not Grover Cleveland and president Mckinley will attend the funeral except that he had noticed in the morning papers that the president probably will be Here. Mrs. Russell Harrison wife of Gen. Harrison s son arrived in Indianapolis from Washington at noon today. Sex attorney general Miller s Carriage met her at the depot and she was driven to the residence of or. Miller. She will remain until after the funeral. Appellate court. The following minute today was entered on the record of the appellate court it a iving been brought to the knowledge of court that Benjamin Harrison sex president of the United states a statesman of spotless integrity a valiant Soldier lofty Patriot and great lawyer died at his Home in this City March 13, in a the court of its own motion in Token of its sorrow at his death and its appreciation of his services to the Republic and his Virtues As a citizen does now adjourn until after his funeral. Supreme court. The following minute today was entered on the record of the supreme court the court having received information of the death of Gen. Benjamin hit prison it is ordered that the Cotrit do now adjourn until after the funeral and that the members of this court attend the funeral in a body. The h. Lies her company 24 West Washington Street phys Igieln s statement or. Jameson tells the Story of the illness and the hard struggle against death. Quot i am lonesome about repeated remark of daughter when speaking of or. Fishback. In Musaio hour in. F in. Or Chez to of cell it is necessary to see our Stock and prices. There is a reason for our being the to los a occupying More Square feet of space and hiring More employees than All the other 6ombln�cl Muslo a torn a in Indianapolis. To Lilc it Over. And up for new pianos. Easy terms. Wueschner music co. N. st y if a Nuto Otura re and a Lobb is. Persons that knew Gen. Harrison intimately realized that beneath his apparently cold exterior la a warm heart and a tender nature. This was demonstrated at the recent meeting of the Marion county bar association called to pass resolutions on the death of the late William p. Fishback. Gen. Harrison presided and in a speech of deep feeling eulogized his former Law partner. He concluded with this remark quot my Little daughter said to me the other Day papa when i Wake up at night i am lonesome about you quot As he said this Gen. Harrison s voice slightly quavered and tears glistened in his Eye. After a pause during which the silence was impressive and profound he continued quot i am lonesome about my Friend Fishback. His voice again Shook and he turned quickly and sat Down. When he had recovered himself he added quot i think the committee is ready to or. Henry Jameson who attended Gen. Harrison throughout his illness has Given out the following statement quot Gen. Harrison on thursday morning about 3 o clock went Down to his breakfast and was taken with a violent chill. I tiv him within half an hour. The chill lasted about an hour. At that time there was no evidence of any local trouble although As a physician i knew that the chill must have teen caused by something of that nature. No symptoms of trouble connected with the Throat or lungs developed until evening when Gen. Harrison began to develop in the left Side pain soreness with increased pulse and fever. His temperature that evening was 10p,2. He had a fairly comfortable night thursday. C an ceremonies conflict. St. Patrick s Day committee feels that hour of Harrison s funeral should be changed. Those in charge of the st. Patrick s Day Parade set for the same hour As the funeral of Benjamin Harrison and themselves m a delicate position by reason of the conflict of dates. They say they wish to show every possible Mark of respect to the dead statesman yet they feel that it would be asking too Mitch of Thom to give up the Parade. In View of the fact As they say that the funeral could be set for another hour. 1 he committee on arrangements for the Parade met this morning with p. H. Mcnelis chief marshal. No action was taken by the committee. It Hopes that those having the funeral arrangements Ini st/7/ talking cameras m j and Selling them As Well you would be astonished at the num i ber of interested ones in this special Early Sale of cameras and \ photographic supplies. Nothing but the Best and these at lower a prices than elsewhere. M i the wizard a camera at $5.40 m is an instrument that has leaped into popular favor at a bound. I Cycle or Box form Ach Rometer Lens Iris diaphragm pneumatic j shutter. A $10 camera for $5.40.i the Reko at $9.00 a i one of the sensible sort to buy very similar to the Cyko but a has space for 3 plate homers. Regular values $15 now $9.00. A i the h. Lieber company Friday morning Between o clock there developed evidences of inter a a a a a costal pain in the left Side about the be will come to the Relief of the com third fourth and fifth intercostal spaces Mittee by setting another hour for the this pain yielded m three or four hours to funeral. In Case no change is made in the visual remedies but he gave evidence of being greatly disturbed by the attack. By Friday evening the entire left Side of the Chest and particularly the Apex of the left lung gave distil it evidence of serious congestion. There was no distinct Solidi fica troit of the lung at that time. This did not become Manifest until As late As saturday night or sunday morning. There was a Complete absence of cough almost throughout the entire attack. Quot sunday there was a distinct solidification of the upper lobe of the left lung extending from the Apex upward and to the left. Concurrent with this respiration was increased rapidly and his temperature Rose to 103 1-5 degrees. The pulse yet remained of Good Quality showing Strong action of the heart and below 100. Quot the serious indications in connection with the disease at this time was in the the arrangements for the funeral the committee did not say what action it will take. Said or. Mcneils a As members of the ancient order of hibernian it is obligatory on us to celebrate st. Patrick s Day. We set the hour for our Parade weeks ago and we feel that the committee having the funeral arrangements in charge must have overlooked our plans. We have already spent several Hundred dollars and Hae engaged nearly every band in the City. It is a most delicate position that we Are in. We Are As desirous of attending or. Harrison s funeral As Are other citizens and we earnestly Hope that some arrangement May be made to do away with the threatened conflict. Quot at our afternoon meeting in Tomlinson Hall sunday the speeches will All touch with the disease at this time was in the a ,. F a a Harri on we cum. The inflammatory process involving the left lung seemed to be held Well in Check and these symptoms did not in at Columbia club. Mckinley Cleveland and party will be asked to Stop. The Board of directors of the Columbia club met at noon today with president f. A. Morrison in the chair. It was decided at the meeting to Issue a Call for a meeting of the club membership in general in the Assembly room tomorrow evening at s o clock. At this meeting action will be taken on the death of Gen. Harrison. It is planned to have a number of Eulogi Stic speeches though who will make them has not yet been decided. The Columbia club will extend an invitation to president Mckinley and his party to make the club their stopping place during their stay in the City. A like invitation also will be issued to Grover Cleveland. G. A. To participate. Commander of the Indiana department of g. A. David l. Beem of Spencer has offered the services of the grand army at the funeral of Gen. Harrison. Commander Beem notified the family of the sex president of his desires. He said today that in All probability the g. A. Would be ably represented at the funeral and would be ready to take any appropriate part in the ceremonies. Preparation of the body. The body of Gen. Harrison was embalmed wednesday evening by James Bailey and Robert Adams of the c. B. Kregelo undertaking establishment. The coffin containing the body will be placed in a new Hearse which will be drawn by four Black horses. To pub tent pm Euzokia and Obi. I laxative Bromo quinine removes the cause. Crease until monday night when there was decided Extension involving at least a portion of the lower part of the left lung and a part of the posterior right upper lobe. Coincident with this was the serious aggravation of All of the symptoms especially those pertaining to the nervous system. His tendency toward delirium grew More marked. Quot tuesday his condition became alarming because of the Active delirium rapid respiration and the Extension of the inflammation. He continued to grow worse from that time until his death. Quot toward the end his lungs As is usual in such cases became oed Matous or drops cal. The Strain upon his system in trying to overcome the effects of the disease greatly affected his heart and the circulation failed As a result. His death was due to this failure of the circulation and deficient oxygen in the blood. The administering of oxygen Gas was begun monday in the Hope that the circulation might be kept up and the blood pure allowing the system to overcome the and lint to my Rich. But i Don t see at present How we can give up our Parade. We Are anxious to Confer with those in charge of the funeral. The arrangements committee will hold another meeting death of prominent men. Wealth of five local men approximated $2,150,000. Route for the column escorting the remains saturday. The line of March for the escort of Gen. Harrison s remains to the Capitol saturday is As follows Indiana guard to Lead the line which forms at Washington Street and Capitol Avenue thence East on Washington Street to Meridian North on Meridian around the East Side of the Monument to eleventh Street thence East to Pennsylvania North on Pennsylvania to thirteenth East to Delaware and South to the residence. From the residence the cortege will move froth on Delaware Street to a Ashing ton and thence West to the South Entrance to the Capitol. A guaranteed cure for piles. Tour druggist whom you know to be reliable will Tell you that he is authorized by the manufacturers of Pazo pile ointment to refund the Money in every Case where it Falls to cure itching bleeding Blind or protruding piles no Mattot of How Long standing. This is a new discovery which has proven by actual tests that it will cure 95 per cent of the cases. Cures Ordinary cases in six Days it lon ing instantly. Can be sent by mail. We have placed it on worst cases in fourteen Days. One Appl cat gives East and rest. Relieves itching instantly. Sale with every 7nigglst to the City of Indian abolish i of. 11.00. The Winter marking the close of the old and the opening of the new Century has been peculiarly fatal to the prominent men of Indiana. W a than two months the state has lost an sex chief executive and an sex president and Many other men of prominence. The list includes Benjamin Harrison James a. Mount a Lellam p. Fishback Henry c. Long Charles hoi Stein Mason j. Osgood father be Sonies or. John m. Gaston and James l. Brad icy. The combined wealth of five of these n in. Placing men. Harrison a estate at $300,000, is $2,150,000, As follows Gen. Harrison. $300,000 Heni a c. Long. ,500.0& Mason j. Osgood. 700,000 James l. Bradley. 500,000 or. J. M. Gaston. 150,000 32,150,000 bar associations to meet. There will be a joint meeting of the state bar association and the Marlon county bar association saturday afternoon at 2 o clock to take action on the death of Gen. Harrison. The meeting will be held either in the Senate chamber or the Hall of the House of representatives. The executive committee of the state bar association held a Short meeting at noon today but deferred action until a full of the two associations. The militia that will come. Tiie Indiana National guard is composed of three regiments of infantry and three batteries of artillery As follows first regiment company a Martinsville company a Bloomington company a washing Ron comi any a Bvans Volle company a Madison company a new Albany company b. Terre haute company i Greencastle company o. Van Cennes. Second regiment companies a a d and a Indiana Iblis com it any b. Man Cle company i Union City company an honest Day s work for self or employer can hardly be expected from a Man or woman who suffers from chronic sick headaches indigestion irritability distress after meals heartburn cramps in the stomach pain in the bowels and a general nervous condition. All these things mean loss of wages time and extra doctor s Bills Ripans tables regularly taken either entirely cure or greatly relieve those ills they have done it for thousands before and will do it for thousands again. Ripans Are especially to be recommended for their real helpfulness and their cheap Price. A clean Safe remedy for men women and children. One gives Relief. There is scarcely any condition of ill health that is not benefited by the occasional use of a a i a an a Tabule and the Price 10 for 5 cents does not bar them from any Home or justify anyone in enduring ills that Are easily cured. A family bottle containing 150 tables is sold for 60 cents. For Sale by four route to new Buffalo no ferry Transfer. This and and mys for$1.00 Silver or Gold Alloy mings. Fully guaranteed. Gant 36 w. Wash. St. 25 c the new Century Canary a a a quot i a a Bird fab Cyile. Call and see it at Jos. C. Pfleger a,83? East in Shang Buivis Kuton Street. Repairs for All. f

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Browse by location and discover newspapers from all across the world.

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Newspapers allow readers to step into the life and times of past decades and centuries from all over the world. Not only do they have interesting and unique articles and photos, but they also have advertisements, comics, classifieds, and more.
The NewspaperArchive collection can be searched several different ways - advanced search, browse, and publications. The advanced search offers filters to narrow your search for more precise results.
NewspaperArchive’s collection of newspapers boasts more than 85% unique content compared to other newspaper sites. In addition to big city newspapers, we have a wide variety of newspapers from small towns that hold a wealth of information about day-to-day life. Our collection dates back to 1607!