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14 Mar 1901

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Indianapolis Press (Newspaper) - March 14, 1901, Indianapolis, Indiana The ii dial a Apolis press thursday March 14, 1901. I you to in the Hight Frame of mind to Troat you ii Oad Witiw tip a specs it deserves bring it in and let us fit it wit ii a five Doliar stat for $3moom you can give fancy her Freedom it Ere we ii food you Witt varieties and we won t Strain your the when. Benninghoff Merrill wedding at Kokomo a a a a a a h. B. Benninghoff. A a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a miss Trottie Merrill. Omo. Ind. March h a today at Ufi in this City at the Home of the 3e s father a. T. Merrill in the e of relatives and a Lew intimate Friend tva a celebrated the marriage of the Rev. Harry Baxter Bonn iii Hoff and Milt Strottie Merrill. At Franklin College or. And met. will he tendered a far cwt 11 reception. The College fraternities will also give receptions in their Honor after which the it will i. Ave for India their future Home. On Ihler Way to Briston they will Ali it several Lilaces in the East stipend inf some a it k wit i or. Benninghoff s relates in Penn i Sylvania. They Nail april 1 for Kopland. After toi ring England and the continent for several weeks they will leave for Uang oon Burma i where or. Benning Hoff a accepted the Profe= in chemistry and physics in Liang oon Coefie. After having been graduated from the Kokomo High school miss Merrill at tended Franklin College one year and was until two weeks ago a teacher in the Bluffton Public schools. Harry taxter Benninghoff was born in s74, in Western . He attended the common sci ools at Greenville pa., until isi0, when he began teaching. In in jul he came to Indiana to attend the Xor Mil collect a at a Valparaiso. At Freedom Baptist Church. Montgomery county i March. It it he was ordained to the min-i.str\-, Luning entered Franklin College the autumn previous with a View to Mission work abroad. In Siht he was called to the i Niver Siviy i lace it quot Hureh Indianapolis and preach died for a shirt time at tie ger Man iii a line Church. At tie suggestion of the Lixe Ontive Cuni Milter of the american Baptist Mission any Union lie resigned i pastoral work last september and re i Lero i College to it Millete the co Tirse sitting iii for Mission Wirk. At College he was a member of Sigma Alviha Epsilon a Tensity and was the founder and first chant a Llor of the it it Fer Gan society. During his Enior year he assisted i Rof. E. S. Tax diner in that it department. Wife gave up insurance. Was Anderson s City treasurer Short in his accounts Anderson ind., March 34.�?last week Frank Morris City treasurer of Alexandria died suddenly. It has developed after an expert examination of the Hooks that Morris was $5,000 Beni ind in his account a. Many believe the shortage is due to clerical errors. Mrs. Morris has turned Over to the City the insurance carried by her husband and this will More than satisfy the Amov nit of the shortage. Sensation in Hall will Case. Evidence that the instrument was changed after being probated. Frank a it j.rl., March 14.�?the Hall will car will Unn the jury this evening. The ii produced but a few wit ii be. Most Day All of whom testified that a ii Cir opinion tie name of win Zelii s. J fall As it appears on the will had Bof forged. Theodore Totten of Findlay it the chief witness for the defense tes Lilied that he wrote the will and substituted the name of George w. Hall for that of Leonard Mcmanness As executor at the suggestion of the testator. Witness stated that it jihad been altered and after effects of grip Are often Alore Sei ious than the Ozip itself. Physicians and grip sufferers alike Are tig Reed that the after effects of the disease Are More to be feared than the acute attack you can never be sure that the disease has left the system completely. La Grippe naturally attacks the weakest Brgan and leaves it still Weniker. Not Only pneumonia consumption Bron i Chlotis and Throat trouble follow the grip it kidney liver and stomach Are troubles just As liable to result provided any of in organs should happen to be in a Keak condition at the time of attack. To get rid of tiie grip germ to get it entirely out of the system and blood few remedies Are so Good and none safer than Stuart s Catarrh tablets they Are not a compound of to Erful and dangerous drugs but a pleasant palatable convenient remedy in Tablet form composed of the wholesome Atit septic principles of eucalyptus bark blood Root and similar germicide remedies which Are perfectly wholesome and harmless to tiie system but death to the germs of grip Catarrh consumption and diseases of the Throat and air passages. Mrs. Charles Gormley of Memphis says last Winter an attack of the grip left me with weak Back a cough and loss of flesh and appetite and after using various remedies for several months with Little or no improvement i finally bought a 50-cent package of Stuart s Catarrh tablets at my drug store and As they were pleasant and convenient to take i used them at All times of Day or night and i was astonished to ire cure such Fine results from so pleasant and convenient a Medicine. In two weeks my cough disappeared my appetite returned i improved in flesh and color and no one would now think that i had Ever had such a thing As the grip. My druggist told to he sold More of Stuart s Catarrh tablets for the cure of grip colds and Catarrh than any other similar medicines. .111.� safest surest cure form of 11 m i i r All Throat and lung troubles. People Praise cough syrup Xefue substitutes. Get or. Bull s cough syrup. Changed Ince to last saw it. Pointing out that Blue Ink had been used while in writing the will he Iliad used Black Ink. This statement caused a sensation in court. Defense a photograph of Tho will taken a few. Days after it was pro Jated that fails to show the changed letters that Are now i mainly to be seen. Plumbers elect officers. Mincik. Ind. March 11.�?the Indiana state association of master plumbers which has been in session in this City since tuesday. Ail.1ourned yesterday. The convention Lias been one of the most successful in tiie history of the organization. The next meeting will be held at Marion. H. H. Highlands was elected president Milton Retherford Secretary and Fred stauf. Treasurer. The Tigirt e live Here. Executive Board to. M. Mealy and George f. Kirkhoff Indianapolis and Byron Bat Tversky. It. Quot Wayne. W. Freaney , was made i airman of the i., committee to work for a state sanitary Law. Have kissed and made up. Wabash ind., March 14.�?adam Baer and mrs. A Illiam Sta or the married ii eople of the Northern part of Wabash county who eloped two weeks ago and overtaken at Fairmount will not to prosecuted for their a alleged bigamous marriage at an Derson. When they reached North Manchester in charge of a policeman or. Baer exp dressed contrition and his wife Forga e him. Mrs. Staver also was forgiven by her husband and has been reinstated in the household. All threatened divorce proceedings have been declared off. Wolves becoming bold. Paris ill., March 14.�?the wolves in the Western portion of Edgar county have greatly increased in number Are preying on the Shreeji. And have become so bold As to attack children i. The county will be asked to offer a Bounty for each Wolf Scalp and an organized Hunt is in Prospect. A single Paliv of fourteen was driven away recently just As it was about to swoop Down upon a flock of sheep owned by Emerson Waite. The latter to prevent further loss finally sold his sheep. Edgar county afflicted. Paris 111., March i4.-the Public schools of this City were closed wednesday by order of the City Board of Lidu cation owing to a. Pronounced epidemic of measles. Paris physicians estimate that there Are no less than 500 children suffering with the disease. Edgar county is also affected with smallpox there being Twenty eases in the Vicinity of Metcalfe Hildreth Chrisman and Wood Yard station. The death rate for a month past has been unusually Large. Letter came too late. Marion ind., March 14.�?by an hour the parents of Morton Coomler living in Jonesboro Grant county missed seeing their son who had been absent for three years in the Plith Pines. He was on his Way to san Francisco to catch a transport for Manila and wrote a letter telling his parents that he would be through Jonesboro and asking them to meet him at the station. The letter was not received by them until an hour after the train had gone. Oldenburg s Golden Jubilee. Oldenburg ind., March 14.�?the Academy of the immaculate Conception will celebrate its Golden Jubilee in june. All a Labort program has been arranged. Mother Olivia Superior sister m. Bonny who was directness in the sixties sister m. Dorothea lire Tress during the seventies and sister m. Veronica present directness will Welcome the guests. Former pupils sex injecting to attend will write miss Frances stomp Oldenburg president of the Jubilee committee. William Jones still in jail. Muncie ind., March 14.-Wllllam Jones who Slot James Hearn monday yesterday waived examination on the charge of murder in the first degree and is still in jail. William Campbell the Only Eye witness of the tragedy says Jones was the aggressor while the latter insists he acted in self defense. New pianos. $165, at Wulsch nera. Divorced fat ninety nine Jacob Eslinger alleged inhuman and cruel treatment. Also claimed that his wife Catherine aged sixty three tried to defraud him of property. Sullivan ind., March 14.�?this City is regaling itself with the details of a divorce suit to at is certainly remarkable in its per Onnel and allegations. Jacobi is linger. Aged ninety nine years a Well to do Farmer of Hod Don township Sullivan i Junta. Was yesterday granted a divorce in the Sullivan circuit court from Catherine is Litiff r. Aged sixty three years. In his petition or. Eslinger alleged cruel and inhuman treatment and an Effort to defraud him out of his property. Effective work by whitecaps. Terre Hal the ind., March 14.-Jeffer-son Tennis near Alum Cave was served a Whitecap notice to go to work and cease his Slothful Hibits. The notice did not Piave the desired effect and the night he was called out and whipped. He Lias not been seen since. Indiana briefly. Hartford City this City has decided to ask Andrew Carnegie for s it my o for a Public Library. Ila rel Ord City the Mil Grove Glass company Idle for several weeks is now operating four shops. Mexcie Larry Turner an Emiil Oye of the mid Anil a Teel works in Titis his Skull fractured by a i air of swinging tongs. Aljer sox the two year old Daugh list a of Samuel Etsweiler was smothered to it Leatis in a bed i tuesday night while sleeping Witti her parents. Man me the tailor shop of Mueller Mcl quot Adden in the business Center of the a i it entered and Rol l3cd of Worth it t March Aninise last night. Ax1 i a Sony or. E. R. Cook of East Saginaw Mich., Lias been selected As physical director of the Young Ien s association of this City. Lira ii fire at the Indiana paving Brick works yesterday destroyed a Large drying Itin Nei and 15,< 00 Una Birned bricks and caused damage on the main Plant. Kokomo Ai ram Saul a wealthy Farmer of near Greentown listed his son esterday. On h s return Home he exp it ired suddenly Winie a hitching his horses. In Lwoods the i ipe Organ for the new m. E. Church Liere arrived today from the factory of i Yon amp Healy of iii can and will be placed in position at once. The Cost was a Little Over $1 ,000. . Mary thou us aged seventy eight of this City who recently became Bohui As a result of the grip fell from the porch at iter Home yesterday and suffered Prol Abl fatal injuries. Alder sox the John Privitt Brick Plant in this City was Imrch ased by j. B. It Lemens yesterday afternoon. The Plant will be enlarged once and the capacity incr Asea from to bricks a Day. Re six so x a James k. Scott a prominent \ ung business Man of this City and miss Nancy Williamson of Vevay were married monday. The Bride is the daughter of sex postmaster Fred Williamson of Vevay. Vince xes George Breiner. Aged forty two. Head Sawyer at bobbins saw Mills at Ila Leton esterday called to has wife and a few moments after Sank Down in tie Yard and died in her arms of heart failure. Richmond a. P. Meerhoff and wife last night celebrated their Golden wedding anniversary at their Home in this City. Or. I leerhoff is a prominent Man and he and his wife have been residents of Richmond for thirty five years. Rising sex Fred Rowler. A prominent Well known Farmer living near this City yesterday after not was seriously injured while engaged in one of his cows. The animal Hooli de iii in the face tearing an Eye out and breaking his jaw. Wabash the salary of the town marshal at North Manchester has been Redt iced from $400 to but there Are three candidates for the office Wlinich is now filled by n. E. Lautzenheiser who has held it for Many years and Wiio is a candidate for re election. Salem John l. Williams sex county auditor who was charged with assault and Battery with intent to kill Marion Mayfield was arraigned in tie circuit co dirt yesterday. Tie prosecuting attorney dismissed the intent and Williams was fined for assault and Batter. My Nice a the methodist conference of the Muncie District in session at i Pland. Will adjourn tonight. The conference includes 481 churches valued at or s4"i2rand igl parsonage valued at $24t Fino. There Are 7,25.3 sunday school officers and teachers and 53,28� scholars in the District. Brookville recently Riley Osborn sold his extensive property at Olney. 111., and purchased a Large farm just outside of Brookville in order that he and his wife might spend their old age in the Community they left thirty five years ago. As Thev were leaving Olney mrs. Osborn died. The body was buried Here yesterday. Waymire a country South while confined in the c ity jail for intoxication demolished the wooden bunk in his cell and Iling his clothing on the debris set it on fire. The police discovered the Blaze and extinguished it but not until Waymire had been badly burned and William Mcgee a fellow prisoner almost suffocated. Elwood Charles Brown a Farmer near Windfall while returning from Tipton last night was probably fatally injured by his team nning the Wagon into the supports of a Bridge totally demolishing it and burying Brown in an unconscious condition under the wreckage. A great Gash was Cut on his head and to is feared that he was internally injured. Anderson the old Man found Frozen to death near North Vernon in the Southern part of the state last sunday has been identified As Joseph Lasser of this City. He was at one time wealthy and lived at Muskegon Mich. He came to Anderson three years Ito with s1,00 and lost it in business. He left Here two weeks ago for Louisville where relatives were to take care of him. Anderson John Mcdermott tuesday pleaded guilty in tie circuit court to stealing a horse and buggy and was sentenced to a term of from two to fourteen years in the Michigan City prison. Mcdormott is the Man who stole the Rig on the Dav of the nitroglycerine explosion at Alexandria and for several weeks it was thought that he had been blown to atoms by the explosion. Elkhart one of the three robbers arrested at Hudson Mich., tuesday afternoon after a running fight during which at least forty shots were exchanged Between the officers and fugitives is quot Little Joe quot Wolhaupter of this City who has been wanted by the of Kalamazoo county Michigan for complicity in the robbery of the Union Bahk at Richland on August 5, 1898. Muncie a Man giving his name As George h. Mason and his residence As Blountsville Friday sold to John .1. Painter of this City a horse buggy and harness for $200 Cash. Wednesday it developed that the Rig belonged to livery Man Thomas Pickens of Richmond who claimed the Rig. It was hired to Mason to drive to Blountsville. Painter is out the $200 he paid for the Rig and is making an Effort to apprehend Mason. Bloomington the local freight South was flagged this evening by a very much excited Man who claimed that he had been robbed of 24 cents. The conductor promised him a ride to Bloomington and this quieted him. But As the train was pulling into Ellettsville the Man suddenly leaped from the moving train and ran out of sight of the train Crew. He left an Ordinary grip which the conductor turned Over to Bloomington s chief of police. Anderson yesterday mrs. Clifford Vinnedge was declared of unsound mind and will be taken to the Asylum at Richmond. Two years ago mrs. Vinold get then Olea esd wards was married. She was christened Ella but not liking the name changed it to Olga. Worry Over the fear that she Wais not legally married by reason of having changed her name unbalanced her mind. The Vin ridges formerly lived in Cincinnati where his parents Are wealthy. Indiana marriages. Eiwood Fred Dehn of Noblesville and miss Alice Wilson of this City were married at Anderson tuesday evening by the Rev. H. W. Bennett of the m. E. Church. They will live in Noblesville. Frankfort it has just been made Public Here that s. S. Hackett. A mall clerk on the Clover Leaf and miss Leora Hess a popular Young lady of this City were married at Terre haute March 2. Indiana deaths. Jefferson Viilet capt. James i. Myers aged sixth Tive a native of Ohio and a Veteran of the civil War died Here yesterday. Elk aria William Bender formerly Well known As commercial traveler died suddenly in this City last night. His Brothers and listers live Here. Brazils David Bolton aged sixty six years a retired business men died tuesday at his Home on the Border of Owen county near Clay City. Knightstown Henry Warrick. Aged fifty four died at his Home in this City yesterday. Two sons and one daughter residing in Indianapolis survive. Views of. Indiana papers difference in boys. Lin it Len Leader. It wild not be hard flt a a stranger to come to this town and pick out All the Good from tie worthless class. Whenever Vou see a boy with his hat set on the Back of his head Long hair swinging Down iii forehead a cigarette and a smutty Story in his Mouth lie is cheaper Tiu in an old worn out plug horse. No to in wants him at any Price. No Man will Emi Ilov him and no girl will marry tim. He is the cub Root of a hiatus. No body will keep him and he won t keep himself. Still room at the top. Frankfort times. It is True now As it has always been that there is room to spare at the top while the Bottom is miserably crowded. This condition seems Luia voidable the logical evolution of our Complex social , the inc Vitalle corollary of the steadily. Intel Sieving struggle for exist Taro. The fact has been the same from the beginning. It happens simply that recent developments have emphasized it. Tire higher social organization has its drawbacks As Well As its advantages and among the most conspicuous of these is the penalty it imposes a on mediocrity and the Burden with which it crushes helpless Ness. The late legislature. 1,a a yet to courier. Candor compels an that the Indiana legislature did not accomplish All the Good that it might have done. It is not the invariable Way of legislators to do Only the very Best. Yet in the a ligation of its work the result will certainly average Well. The i it Portuni tics for mistake were numerous but a resume of what a is accomplished shows a record peculiarly free from measures that can be re Iso ably classed As Pernik ious in any degree. There were times when the ses Sirini was dangerously near to the commission of serious error but discovery was made in time to Back out and preserve the credit of the i members. In the main its work was of a remedial character. D. W. Minshall s gift to Depauw. Terre haute Gazette. D. W. Minshall s gift of $2r00 to Depauw University is a generous one and will pro a of great Benefit to Liis excellent institution of learning. Of late years a few very wealthy colleges have received kingly gifts. Minor institutions have in a measure been neglected. Yet these smaller colleges have done and Are doing to our thinking i he better work. Less pomp and circumstance Marks their doings than is the Case in those institutions whose president s chief labors Are in the line of princely Beggary where there is More Joy Over another million secured than Over a discovery in science and where the faculty must exercise More care in Tea citing what is agreeable to the gift givers than to teaching the truth. T n relatively slender Means Depauw and there Are scores just like it f ver the country has done a great work in and for education. Or. Minshall s gift is a Good one and will enable this Sterling school to increase its usefulness. Good roads a worthy subject. Muncie Star. Good roads is a us inject worthy of the study and consideration of legislators in particular and the people in general. Go Oil roads Are conducive to Prosperity by advancing the welfare of Commerce. Without Triem transportation lags. The Illinois Central Railroad has taken up the quest on in an Earnest i a Cicai and commendable Way. It will run free excursion trains for the Benefit of Farmers and others to Points out of Chicago where the methods of building and the advantages of Good roads May be studied As an object lesson. The Railroad of ii vials Well know that without Good roads traffic is delayed and transportation receipts Are Kepi Down. The company s interest therefore is primarily a business one but in is none the less applicable to individuals and if improved upon will serve to the dissemination of great and lasting benefits. There is abundant room for improvement along this line in Riany portions of Indiana. Tried to fool the people. Rushville graphic. Not one Bill of any particular importance to the people of the state was passed but amp everal that Jiromi sed much were killed. At the beginning of the session a primary election Bill was prepared and introduced by several honest members who had the welfare of the people at heart and from its introduction there was to determined Effort to kill it. Men who were elected with the understanding that they were to assist in passing this Reform measure worked directly against it and at last the friends of Reform were obliged to choose Between an Bill or no legislation at All. The Joss Bill which was substituted was a Bill which affected Only two counties and was an unsatisfactory measure in every respect. It was not intended to be a Reform Meas tire but its object was to place the party still More in the hands of the machine. The anti Trust Bill which was passed was a quot Mere excuse for keeping a i Ronnise quot and was Biassed for the sole in proce of deceiving the people. Now it my it be remembered that be the republicans and democrats declared in their state platforms in favor of a in urinary election Law and an anti Trust Law and it is useless for the legislators to imag ire that by their trickery they have fooled the people. Interurban traffic. Muncie news. The effect of interurban traffic Over the lines of the Union traction company is As yet a Little Uncertain owing to the fact that the Road has been in operation but a Short time and travelling is tedious. But the comi any has been in operation Long enough for merchants to begin thinking on the damage done and the benefits derived. It has been the experience in the East that in the smaller cities has Leen damaged by suburban trains. The interurban companies Are after business they Don t care where people do their buying consequently inducements Are offered by the companies to stimulate Teafile and people Are urged to visit the big cities. The Union traction company has benefited the local merchants to a Small extent by bringing shoppers Here from Tho Small towns. On the other hand an equal number have taken advantage of the Low Tares and gone to Ludl Anapolis. The tendency to Trade in should be discouraged. The local merchants have As much to offer As the merchants of the capital. People Trade at the latter place because of the attractions there not because of any Economy. The local merchants should be supported because they sell As reasonably As the merchants of the capital City and because they Are a part of Muncie. The Union traction company has brought a new problem to the attention of merchants and a conclusion is not yet possible. Aroused Over grime record stabbing of a girl further inflames Terre haute. Grand jury investigating the Lynching and Rogers cases indictment against latter. Terre Hal the ind., March 14.-the quarrel Between Kay Herbert a Vandalia brakeman and miss june Lee in a wine room in a suburb of this City which was followed by the stabbing of the Young woman has further aroused the feeling Here against crime and criminals. Herbert s act was due to jealousy. He escaped from the Saloon but was found later by the Violice and bound Over in $5cio. The wound is Over the left breast and was inflicted with a pocketknife. The injury was such that the Young woman could not be taken to a City Hospital. The new grand jury is hearing testimony in both the Lynching and the Rogers Case. Many witnesses in the Lynching have been summoned but it is understood that few if any. Have Given convicting testimony. The Crand jury is composed of Well known residents of the county three of Vliem being prominent Nerc giants of the Cit and two of the three had been quoted in the news ers As endorsing the Lynching before Uliey were summoned for jury duty in his instructions. Judge piety Tad the statute against in Chang. It is not believed an indictment will be returned. The grand jury yesterday indicted Rogers for Ivi Iling Beatty. And if mrs. Rogers die another will be digests what Yoa dyspepsia cure when the stomach is diseased All the other organs suffer. That is Why fatal diseases of thi Eart layer kidneys and lungs Are so often the direct result of indigestion and other stomach troubles. The use of Odoi. Dyspepsia cure which digests what you eat because it contains All the natural digest ants gives the stomach perfect rest while allowing you to eat All the Good food you want. It never fails to cure the worst forms of stomach can to help but do you Good Lared by e. O. Dewitt amp co. Chicago. The al. Bottle coot aids 9h times tbs Soe. Sim prepared by the favorite household remedy for coughs colds croup bronchitis Trippe Throat and lung troubles is one i minute cough cure. It cures quickly. Frank h. Carter 13 West st., and 776 mass. Ave. Henry j. Huder Washington and Sta. E. M. Stucky Illinois Jid Ohio Sta. Toon yesterday and fined $20 and costs for giving a Patron a drink of liquor. The town is anti License and the charge preferred against Briggs was William Lankford a desperate character seriously if not fatally Cut a polish Miner at Pana tuesday night. The police of Pana have traced the fugitive As far a.? Shelby Ville where he boarded a train headed for Mattoon. Strange Golse of false pretence thieves failed at Cowan. Broke open Safe containing $1,000, but got no Money. Max Elk ind., March 14.�?Between 5 and 6 o clock this morning at Cowan i Laware county a in Effort was made to Rob the Neff washing machine factory s Safe containing bout a Ixia in Money. After breaking Oien the front door of the sate the thieves were final the to open tie Cash Box and hurriedly left tie town talking with them a horse lie longing to i. M. Tuttle and a buggy owned by 1am Marsh. Boy s frightful experience. Four year old boy impaled on a Sharp stick. 13arl Park ind., March , while at play 01i\-er fell s four year old son was impaled on a Sharp stick Liat penetrated his re gift breast passing tii Rouglin his body and coming out just beneath the shoulder Blade. He May recover. In prof. Carnagy s behalf. Eoli hrs. Ind., March a citizens meeting last night resolutions were adopted requesting the school trips tees to retain prof. A. Karnagy As superintendent of the City schools and a committee of three councilmen was appointed to Confer with the trustees to try to dissuade Thorn from discharging him. If this fails a special meeting of tie Council will be called to consider the situation. Stivers Stanton wedding. Liberty ind., March 14.�?invitations have been for the marriage this evening at tiie Home of or. M. S. Stanton in this City of miss Minnie Stanton and c. Stivers editor of the Liberty Herald tie Republican Organ of Union county. Fined for Mattoon 111., March 14.�?William Briggs a travelling Salesman for a we risky House was arrested at Newton near mat pensions for and iranians. Washington. March 14.-penston9 have been granted to Indiana people As follows original Michael Jim Glenn Indianapolis $6. Additional John s. Crane Edwards is Jonathan Wolfgang it. Zion s8 Andrew . 18 quot Villiam Slartman now Harmony 5s a id f. Lewis new Albany sil. Supplemental William a. Shaw Indianapolis $4 William l. Shaw Petersburg $12. Restoration and Russell dead. Spring Volle $12. Increase John i pole Columbus $17 Marlon Small. Indianapolis $17 Herman Boris. Morris $12 James Mcnew hol $17 Albert r. Leslie Mishawaka $10 John h. Dike Mauckport lii Napoleon b. Roach Birdseye $12 Edward g. Huffman i.,Apel, .s12 Francis Dorsett Georgia $12 Ritter Freedom $12 Isaac Roberts Knightstown $14 William Hundley Elroy $17 Albert m. Grav Lafa Ette $17 John g. Jackson Huff $14 Henry Clark Anderson Thomas s. Todhunter Indiana dolls a Jonas Waters Ebber Feld $14 Charles Van Auker Fowler $12 Vandevier Mabe Clayton $12 Ezra k. Barnhill Plymouth. A Thomas Posey National military Home. Grant $10 Matthew Stephens Folsomville $10 , Bradmeyer Indianapolis $17 John shutters Greenwood $10. Original widows Russell Springville. $8 Emiley Stout Dupont a. War with Spain a original a Benjamin g. Thrasher Huntington i the minor child of Joseph p. Rhodes Tippecanoe $14 Sarah j. Cole Mother Vallonia $12. Some one at Corunna at. Tempts to quot work quot y. A c. A. Aged woman an opium eater. With an invalid husband is under suspicion. Mansfield pays for temper. Philadelphia March 11.�?John Rog ers the quot super quot who began suit for damages against Richard Mansfield the actor has withdrawn the Case. It is that he received $5 0 from the actor for doing so. Rogers was a stage Warrior in quot Henry a quot and his Akward Ness offended the Star and caused him to hit him Over the head with a Spear. Old partner of Gould dead. Trenton n. J., March 14.�?Henry n. Smith once a Leader in Wall Street and a a Wirtner of Jay Gould died of be numb Nia j in a Sanatorium at Stamford conn., yes i ter Day. The body was brought to this City. Or. Smith and or. Gould were associated in the him of Gould Smith amp Martin. Baker Howard feud at an end. London ky., March 14.�?e. B. . The be Vly appointed circuit judge for j this District has succeeded in pacifying. The Baker Howard in Clay Conn j to. Each Side is to disarm its followers. Quot i he warfare Wlinich has Cost so Many lives dates from 1s14, when or. Baker killed his brother in Law Daniel Bates. Elkhart ind., March 14.�?the Secretary of a y. M. C. A. In Colorado recently received a letter purporting to come from a y. M. C. A. At Corunna Dekalb county. Indiana stating that the Treasury was in Largent need of Ijo and that homa sources of Revenue had been exhausted. Not finding any record of an association at Corunna the Colorado Secretary wrote Back to Corunna for further and More satisfactory information and at the Samo Lime notified the state officers of he Indiana y. M. C. A. Of the application for Aid. The latter wrote to Corunna and received in reply almost a duplicate of the letter to tie Colorado Secretary. State Secretary stack i Hen asked secretan Samuel Clarke of the Elkhart y. M. C. A. To go to Corunna and Hunt Uji the party that had signed the letters As Secretary. Or. Clarke Lias Well founded that the writer was the wife of an old Man who had Long been invalid. The aged wife is an quot opium both and her Husland deny the authorship of the . The Coli be ire in needy air Cunt stances. Or Clarke to look no formal act iii and refuses to divulge tiie names of the Man anal wife but has reported to or. Stacey. So far As known no y. M. C. A. Has yet been successfully quot worked quot by Tho Corunna letter writer. State Secretary e. E. Stacy was shown the above dispatch this morning and said that it recited the facts just As they Are excepting that the letter to the Denver dissociation asked for $35, inst Lead of i i or stack sail the letter asking a r was written in a bungle some st. Was no y. M. C. A. Secretary woul i re. Or. St icy did not know that the Ai a or a the letter had her Gulf. 1 shown the press dispatch. Minister s son stole diamonds. Pittsburg pa., March 14.�?a. H. Woodburn. Aged Twenty one a ion of fisc Rev. Or. B. F. Wood Virn of Ailigh it by arrested today charged with ste i ing Worth of the h of John h. Mueller while the grown in Bers of Tho family were away. The consolidated paint and Oil co. Paints oils Glass. 127-131 North Delaware a or it a a 4 quot j no Alum we state absolutely and without fear of contradiction that a Vve do not use one Grain of Alum in making baking powder and to meet the attacks of our competitors appearing in local papers As pure Reading matter to deceive the Public we now Label every can of egg baking powder thus the powder in this can contains no Alum and is composed of the most wholesome ingred Lenti Pui food

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