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Logansport Weekly Journal (Newspaper) - April 14, 1883, Logansport, Indiana Of Twu 114i j a 8> vol. 35.Logansport. Indiana saturday april a 1883.--10 pages. No. 18. What has become of the vagabonds vulgaris commonly called tramp during the cold weather his Moneef unremitting Knock made the Kitchen door resonant and in return for the Dainty luncheon he received he was wont to murmur How sorry he was we had no Wood for him to split. But now Sinee gentle Spring has brought innumerable chores for a Bandy tramp to do he is died. Gone Iao doubt to his Inele in 8t. melancholy tiding a for Jambo come from London. His former mate Alice has sever betrayed the slightest sign of grief since the Day of his departure and now even the children Are forgetting him in their admiration for Jingo a charming Young elephant not yet five years old Aud not quite four and a half feet High. Jingo is a precious Petiet and already Pisces the Garden walks Vith a Load of children on Hie Back in Bland expectancy of the con tractors who Are cutting the anal through the isthmus of Corinth Are confident that the work will be completed within four year. The canal will be just four Miles Long and of the same dimensions As that of Suez a namely 72 feet wide and 2c feet deep throughout at Low water. Vessels from the Adriatic ports will save 185 Miles and those from the Mediterranean 95 Miles by parsing through the canal besides avoiding the dangerous by around Cape Malapan. Tarou weeks from to Day the City elections will take place provided there Are any candidates in the Field. From the Inai tion of both parties one would be Lead to believe that the City election was next Spring instead of this one. The Republican Central committee should see to it that this convention is cried earlier than the saturday before the election As is sometimes the Case. The people want to have a Good look at the candidates. So Call your convention and let the fight begin. The third term in local politics is regarded in the same Light As in National i>olitic8, however the cacti Date for that term Are trembling in their to it oots. A Democrat does not believe in the a Inci Ples of civil service. They believe in passing the spoils around and the indications Are that a certain slate that bad been carefully made will be broken All to pieces and new material called to the front. In that Case the Quot pent up agony Quot will break Forth in curse det a and loud. Some Lively wire pulling will be indulged in during the next few weeks. Apter much interruption the a Sion play has been Given in new Yak. It was presented before an invited audience. The exhibition was not con Sid sred remarkable but much enthusiasm was Mai infested. 01 course a performance Given gratuitously is no criterion. It is probable however that its repetition will Tot be allowed As there is a Bill before the Legi feature at any for the suppression of Acy drama paining a representation of Jesus Christ. Tile violation of this will be punished by a file of not less thaa $10. And imprisonment for six months this May Cool or. Salmi Morse s ardor. The Cwm in Guifra gusts of Indi aija have a pick at the last legit lature too. In a recent address the president of the association says of it Quot Many of us Watche l the sessions of that body with the Idt Ferrisi that oui a disfranchised class ii Oping fur a recognition of its tights can appreciate. Now that the action of the legislature has passed into history Aad the petitions of thousands of the women of Indiana were totally ignore i White sincerely thanking those members with Oil regard to Polit is Fol party who nobly advocated our claim Quot let us a Eitt the fact Bat we have no political i Glitz that oar Law Mik irs Are baud to respect a and from this standpoint renew the congressman Ock gave his views on the Tariff to a reporter of the Albany express. They Are is Niilow most certainly am in far a or of pro ii action to the Point which insures upon american soil of manufacturing and producing industries Audif Huch Competition is ai9ure<l at a Point which does not pro Bibit importation so much the better. I have no doubt this is the Best policy for the whole country where the raw materials employed Are so plentiful there cannot let a a monopoly in but i do not care in an interview to make a Tariff a a eeb. I am Sau Sfier with the attitude of the it Public an party in the on the que ii Tiomi of prote lion and stall advocate its <0011 Niue Sci. Logansport presbytery. The presbytery convened yesterday morning at 8 80 o clock with Bev. A. M. Work. Moderator in the cd fair. On a Call the following Mem Ben to swered present beat. Hubert Small Idaville a. Taylor Benn Elaer e. H. Post Goodland j. W. Ecu Bourbon j. B. Crowe Bemington Aaron Jones. Logansport a q. Hall Michigan City e. 8. Scott Logansport j. B. Smith Monticello w. K. Wright Misha Waka a. M. Work Rochester Joseph Mchatton Kentland c. A. Evans South Bend John f. Kendall la Porte b. Beer Valparaiso w. E. Loucks Logansport o. A. Little Plymouth s. T. Keller South Bend. , Monticello Fred w. Munson Broadway Church Logansport j. A. Thornton Michigan City g. B. Shoemaker water ton Jos. Pierce Valparaiso d. E. Mcaughey West Union Jos. Taylor 1st Church Logansport j. Stough ton. Concord s. B. Howe Bethlehem Jesse Martin Union. After an hour spent in devotional exercises a conference on Quot the Grace of giving Quot was opened by Bev. B. Beer in connection with the report of the committee on systematic giving which occasioned considerable discussion and brought out some valuable ideas upon the subject and after a tree interchange of views the Tody adjoin red until 3 00 p. M. Afternoon session. This session opened with the Reading of the minutes of the previous session and in the absence of the Moderator Kev. Gilbert Small was Elt eted Moderator pro tem. A conference was held on the Quot work of the past Winter Quot in which the methods difficulties and encouragements of each member of the Presby try was developed. Eve Kino session. Presbytery reconvened at 7 30 o clock to hear the report of the pres by trial evangelist and also that of the presbyterian evangelical committee. The report of the presbyterian evangelist Hev. A. Taylor consisted of a View the work acc3mplishe<i by Liim during the year and a series of suggestions. He bemoaned the fact that so Many of the smaller churches though Able would not contribute even so much As the travelling exp Enfelt of their supplies which no or exceeded $5.00. He thought some were excusable on account of poverty while others he commended because of neglect. In connection this report was that of Bev. A b. Smith chairman of the presbyterian evangelical committee. His financial exhibit showed a balance of 196.00 in the trea Eniy and his statistics were most valuable. A number of resolutions introduce in by him gave vent to an animated discussion especially the fifth which provided for the establishment of a Home Mission fund Independent of that of the regular Beard fund by a subscription of one cent per week from each member of the he Arches in the Bounds of the Presb Tery. This movement was denounced As revolutionary and disloyal and the system Indra appealing for contributions to the funds most Vehe Mei ily deprecated or Church members Are intelligent men and women and ought to know enough to give voluntary to the Aid of the several boards without being appealed to. The Tift i Resolution was then amended to read As Given below Aud the report adopted resolved the committee it com mends the continued employment of a Home evangelist within the Bounds of the presbytery. 2. That the work is vigorously prosecuted in the direction of seeking out proper places for the establishment of new churches and their organization wherever practicable. 3. That the Supply and strengthening of our feeble and vacant churches be provided for As far As possible or need Saiy by pastors and stated supplies. 4. That each vacant and feeble Church be required by the presbyter or the committee on presbyterian evangelization to give a Bona fide subscription to the utmost amounts of funds they can raise for the support of. The gospel among themselves together with a statement of the least amount of Aid necessary mid that a full statement of their Aoi Litiere and needs be Laid before All the churches. 5. That one cent per week subscription for each member be secured in ail our churches. On Mourou revs. J. B. Smith j. F. Kendall and w. E. Loucks were exec de members of the Pryby trial evangelical committee Bev. Loucks Clair Man and were Given foul Power to act in selection of an evangelist. A vote of thanks was tendered the pastor members and choir of Broadway Church and the citizens of Logansport for their kind los pit a Lity. This finished the business of the presbytery and the minutes of the session were read and approved Aad presbytery adjourned to meet at la Porte in october next. The Bob tall. The Wabash courier contributes the following with regard to the much talked of fort Wayne Lafayette a Quot and new Cebee an enthusiastic peruvian who says that the fort Wayne Lafayette a St. Louie Road called for Short the Bobtail will certainly be constructed this year. Last fall it will be remembered the Peru papers announced with a grand flourish that by january is 1883, the Road would be in operation Between Logansport and Peru. The Bonds had been placed in new York and the Money $1,500,000, would be obtained whenever it was needed. There was to be no Money ice and the people of this City were taunted because they had sense enough to vote Down a project to appropriate $i0,000 to the band of speculators in Public credulity. But a change came Over the spirit of the peruvians dream. The Bobtail failed to materialize. January 1st arrived and not a shovel Ful of Earth had been thrown on the Bobtail Grade. The citizens of Peru kicked for the Money they had donated and talked about injunctions and other things equally dreadful in Case the Bobtail manipulators attempted to collect the tax voted. With the 0 it ening of Spring now comes the report that the scheme which has slept through the dreary months of Winter is to be revived this time the Bonds have been placed in Chicago but the party who vouches for this information neglects to name the banker or broker who has advanced the Money on the paper and there is a vagueness about the entire business indicating that there is a Nigger in the woodpile in a few weeks some of the whole souled gentlemen who Are interested in the Road will mildly suggest that it would be a Good idea for Noble township to vote again on the question of appropriating $20,000 and another Effort will probably be made to secure a donation of Public funds. The Fellows at the Bead of the company knew Well enough that their threats to construct the Road Only As far East As Peru in Case Money was not forthcoming from Wabash was a Mere Idle assertion and the courier predicts that another Effort to raid the township Treasury is to be put Forth. That the line is ultimately to be built no one will deny but the residents of Noble township should see that they Are not hoodwinked into allowing the company s officials to reach at random into the Public purse and segregate the a ducats therein contained. This portion of the Brilliant Enterprise ought to be stepped upon at the _ installation services. The installation services at the Broadway presbyterian Church last evening proved very interesting. Delegates were cresent from Lake Porter la Porte Starke Pulaski Jasper Newton White and from our own churches in this City. The delegates Are Here attending the meeting of the Logansport presbytery. Tiie first on the programme was the installation of Rev. Edward Scott As pastor of the Broadway presbyterian Church. The audience loom of the Church was comfortably filled by Mem Wijers of the Church and congregation and the delegates from other portions of the District. The installation exercises were opened with an Organ voluntary by miss Hannah Hall which was followed by scripture Reading by Rev. E. H. Post. After a supplication to the throne of Grace by Rev. J. Q. Hall the congregation joined in that glorious hymn let Zion s watchmen All the most interesting part of the exercises and at the same time the most important was the Sermon by Rev. A a. Little who delivered a most eloquent discourse. After singing another hymn and the installation prayer of Rev. E. H. Post Rev. J. B. Crowe delivered his charge to the pastor a very sensible and pointed talk. The charge to the people making Plain their Church obligations and their duties As members of the Church was very plainly enunciated a the Rev. J. Q. Hall. S. T. Mcconnell being absent from the City or. Munson delivered the address of Welcome from the elders of the Church to the pastor. He made a few Brief remarks As to the condition of the Church when or. Scott Fin to came Here and referred to the present neat House of worship the result of the pastor s Energy and persevering labor. After the doxology and pronouncing of the Benediction by the newly installed pasto Quot. Miss Hannah Hall rendered a Tauti us voluntary of the new pipe Organ while the congregation pressed to the pulpit to congratulate and Welcome the pastor. Or. Scott came to Logan port to enter upon the duties As pastor of the Broad Way Church during 18s1, while the repairs of the Durch were about being abandoned. He preferred to not be installed As the regular minister until the scorch improvements were completed. He should indeed feel flattered at the consummation of his wish and the neat House of worship of which he was last night installed As the regular pastor. _ the Mew insane a Spital Indianapolis news Quot the commissioners appointed to select Sites for the three new hospitals for the insane and to direct the construction of the buildings will meet on wednesday next at the governor s office for organization and for the beginning of their work. The Bill under which the commissioners operate is loosely drawn in some respects As it is not sign edified what the Cost of the asylums shall be or when they Snail be completed. Tae language of the act leads to the inference that the new buildings Are to be ready for occupancy in two years which the commissioners regard almost an impossibility. At the first meeting the question As to the system to b3 adopted will be considered. A Strong influence prevails favourable to the adoption of the cottage or family system for the treatment of the insane. It is quite certain that at least one of the hospitals will be on this plan. Under this Mode punishment of inmates in any Way is abandoned those of like tastes and propensities being grouped together in families to be influenced by moral and paternal i suasion. The advocates of this syst say it is being adopted generally in Europe and America As the Only humane and satisfactory Mode of governing the insane. On the other hand or. Rogers superintendent of the insane Hospital regards the family system As impracticable at least a the treatment of the acute cases of insanity. The following places area Pic ants for the asylums Richmond it. Wayne Elk Bart Peru Logain port and Madison. Richmond will probably get the Asylum on the cottage plan and it. Wayne and Elkhart seem to be in the Lead for the other Erans Vule getting the third by direction of the k. Entertain intent. The entertainment in the series of Quot Camp fires Quot to be Given by the members of the grand army of the Republic Post to raise Money to defray the expense of observing decoration Day was Given wednesday evening at their Hall on Market Street. Only a four audience was present to listen to the programme arranged for the evening. The evening exercises opened with a song by that Sterling Quartetti of singers messes. Cushman Grace Shideler and Davidson. The song Quot our National Banner Quot served As the stimulant to arouse thoughts of the late War in the minds of the audience and prepare them for the most interesting talk of capt. D. H. Chase on the Battle of Chancellorsville. Or. Chase made his record of the Battle a connected narrative giving his own personal War experience. His talk lasted about an hour and was very closely listened to by the audience. The Quartetti then rendered Quot our old Home Quot and Quot Sherman s March to the sea after which capt j. C. Nelson a introduced and gave his recollections of the Battle at Shiloh which proved very interesting. Although much has been written and spoken of this memorable struggle or. Kelson in his three quarters of an hour Taik brought out Many incidents and happenings new to his hearers. After another song by the Quartetti entitled Quot that same old song Quot the exercises for the evening closed. Miss Sallie Horn presided at the Organ and capt. Frank Swygart introduced the speakers. Altogether the exercises were Well Worth hearing and it is to be regretted that a larger audience did not turn out and thus encourage the g. A. R. Members in a worthy Enterprise. The next Camp fire will be held wednesday evening april 25 h. Jacs a one. W. A. Jonee. After sailing on an Uncertain sea of business in this City has concluded that Terre haute his old Home is better suited to his taste. He came Here about a year ago and opened out a gun store in the City building on fourth Street. Everything went Lovely for a few months when the business horizon assumed a threaten ing aspect and according to his own statement he is out $500 by his Brief stay in the City. But the journal doubts those figures As he had Low rent to pay and employed Only one Man to run the store for him while be himself flitted Back and Forth Between Here and Terre haute. The Man whom he employed to Ake charge of his store seemed to act a a kind of a twin brother answering a to the name of Jones. Friday goods of the Etab Litt Ament were packed up on the q. Very quiet and hauled to the depot for shipment to Terre haute. On fhe Way Over James Mcsheehy spied or. Jonee carrying the Large gun which had been used As a sign for the establishment and having a Bill for some 17 against the firm took a drop and started for a Justice of the peace s office. Papers were issued to attach his goods and or. Jones had no More than paid the same than John Tamee of the pharos pounced onto him for a sum of $15 Tor advertising. Late Stul the journal establishment came to the front with another $15 indebtedness not settled by or. Jones. This was too much for the Terre haute Man and he had to put up part of his Stock of revolvers and guns As Security for the Money due the news Paju ers the proceedings of seizure were transacted in Justice Shaffrey s court. Tie roster of rnite<1 states District Jades. The question of filling the vacancy in the District judgeship caused by the retirement of judge Gresham being the leading topic of discussion among attorneys it May be of interest to recall the names of the gentlemen who have occupied that position since its creation. The first District judge appointed after Indiana was admitted to the Union As a state was Benjamin Parke a resident of the Southern part of the state who served from 1817 to 1825. He was followed by Jesse l. Holman , whose term extended from 1825 to 1842 and the judges since that time have been Elisha m. Huntington of Terre Hauter 1843 to 18e3 Caleb b. Smith of Connersville 1863-4 Albert 8. White of Lafayette six months of 1564 Daniel Mcdonald of Bloomington although at Attiat time a resident of indianapolis1664 to 1869 and Walter q. Gresham of new Albany 1869 to 1883. A i trance and Start inc Dreamis Tate in a spirit world a remarkable dream or Prete Maural visitation recently occurred in Louisville by or. V. E. Morera a Gen Leman Well and favourably known about town on retiring for the night feeling unwell and nervous waa Verj Restle Eric his sleep but seemed to himself to be wide awake and in full control of his senses. A vision appeared in his dream showing him a Large flaming number commanding him to obtain it from the lottery and then vanished. The dream was so startling a to fully awaken him and although one who never believed in lotteries or upheld them yet try As he would he could not shake of the vision or forget the numbers which seemed to he burned in his brain. Finally he called at the Coli of the Commonwealth distribution co and paying $1, asked for a ticket with the numbers of his dream on it. Fortunately the number was unsold and his ticket Given him. The drawing was soon to come off and so nervous and excited had he become that although against hi3principles,he determined to witness it and strangely enough he saw his number drawn from the wheel and the handsome prize of $5 c 0 was his. Was this simply a poin Cid Cocev who can Tell next drawing takes place in Louisville ky., april 30th 1,900 prizes amounting to $112,400. Whole tickets Only $2. Address r. M. Roar min Louisville by. Death of mrs. Malote. Mrs. M. E. Manlove one of the old citizens of Logansport died on sunday morning at her residence on the West Side. Her death although a very sudden one was not wholly unexpected she having been in delicate health for years. During the past two weeks she has been seriously ill. Sunday morning she a food lying in a quiet peaceful attitude evidently having breathed her life gently away. Met. Manlove Lor Merly Martha Burr waa the daughter of John Burr one of the oldest Resi debts of Delphi she was born in beading Conn. January 7,1833. In 1852 she was married to or. M. M. Manlove of Logansport who died about eighteen years ago. Mrs. Manlove has resided in Logansport Ever since she was married. During her widowhood she disposed of her former Home built a smaller one and managed her financial affairs with the greatest Wisdom. She was a woman of a quiet but Moet decided character and the highest evidence of her excellence is that her children will Rise up and Call her mrs. Manlove Wae a devoted member of the episcopal Church and is closely identified with the history of Trinity Church. Her family consists of two sons an two daughters whose cheerful Devotion and attention to their Mother was one of her greatest pleasures. Her Wise and Judy pious coun it Els have left them Well equipped for the Battle of news. The Paulle Nat atom her aah seats Bic a a a a Mucu Caad mates a Ohley a views Heck a. A a i Washington april 12.�?commls-Bioner Macfarland of the general land oboe a a a that he Haa nut yet been officially Noti it fied of the revolt of the recent Timber scale at St Cloud and Duluth Bot he tin officially that the average Price realized was 43 per acre. In reference to the alleged combinations for bidding in the land at Ench a nigh figure that Onta Idera Are scared off be said he bad no posed that this a Cheme which waa formerly practice extensively had been Effee Nauy done away with by the extensive advertising which the Aala now received and the Opportunity now Aiford de for every one to be present who de Vireil to bid. Be stated that if Frand Hare been practice in the recent Galea through Crompt combination there a no remedy for the government under the existing Law. And even Congreve he said a powerless to undo the evils that have be a committed. Bat be thought that legislation night be enacted to guard against Fostira fraud. At present beyond forcing the Madera to pay spot Cash he Moold see nothing that the Depa ent or its agents could a the Law ears that As soon As the Timber ads have been offered at Public Sale they Are open to private Eltiy and he saw no reme4 a a the Ohio election. Senator Sherman in conversation Thi morning concerning the coming gubernatorial contest in Ohio said badge Lawrence would be an excellent Eandi data he is a Man of great executive ability and would make an admirable governor. I Monsuer his Eha noes for the nomination term Good maj. Butter Worth is also prominently a mentioned in this connection. Be is rear popular and would a a Strong candidate Ana a Superior executive officer. It seems to me that either Lawrence or Butterworth will be the Standard bearer of the Republican party in the approaching can Vara. The president s stove Zients. In accordance with a Telegram from Secre tary Chandler received at the Navy department this morning the Tada Poona Haa been ordered to proceed from key West i to 8t aug Natine to receive the pres Montial party of Board. She will leave a West to Day Aad reach St. A Stine to Morrow afternoon. It a not known what the future movement of the president will be but it is thou Echt the Marty will Start at once on the Talla Poon for Washington. Sew yowl the comptroller of the cars ency has authorized the Cincinnati National Bank of Miucin Nati to begin business with a capital of #500, Goa personal or. Barchard director of the mint has gone to Freeport bl., on a Short Tissi Star bout vib Ai. James m Waugh of this Day was Treani witness in the Star rata trial be had Kaow Bine Forse Vera Yean in was familiar with Bis kind writing. Tepetl Tkv alleged to have been written by mine was shown witness and he de ared that the firs six name Ltd been written by Miner. This Anson was some to a sur prise to Henkie who explain that he had not consulted with the witness Bertie be had Beao halted Gol Inger Wil offered in evidence Flie ref a made to special agent Oit sob upon the Star routes which was attached to Ibe annual rat of Foa Mastor general Jamee for Tho year or. Bliss made a Strong Ofa Jeethan to that report be sail it had Len made by s gentle Inan then employed by the department of jus tic amp tie department had ref Sod to publish it and in had been sent to the poet office department and published in connection with postmaster Leo Oil James report when the gentleman s con ii Tiou with the government ceased he had passed Immis lately into the employment of the defend plants Anil received from Txooj during the last year. Or. Ingersoll had never heard of snot a thing. The conf to Wilmit the a Fidenco by a Ioweta the report of the Senate proceedings 1<t be put in to slow that Dixey was at washing Toni at the late upon which it Quot was allele ii lie bad Willen a letter fro a Clico Springs n. M. Of , april 12.�?no. 2 we air a ear. A Luicir come bid april 54 ii Ioka july. 57 Kyeu Oyve bid Mav Troj a by pork May inno eth it Talvio May 55 inne. Mees june f 18.42w a 18.45 july 57 1 year. Lard-ffl.s2i ? May. Li.35<a june $11.37h a.ll.40 july . Toledo. April 12.�?wheat�?ic bettor and Active a 2 red spot or april ,May ,v, Jane �1.12> july a gnat �1.108, september , october fl.l2x. Year floss. Corn a to higher but Dull no. A spot May pc june St a rejected no Grade 51& key we. New took april 12.�?wheal unsettled and who higher fur Bosia Ess in options a i a 2 red apr tl.l73i�1.17%. May ti.2ok july ust september �?�l19-Cacb higher moderately aet ivs nixed Westera Tsi a. Do future Pravis Ioasa of quiet and Unet Ahamd Pivk Quiel Aad firm spot new Mesa �?�1a20l lard Dull and weak team rinds red #11.633 log Anscott april is provi Flohs butter. Per Pound 22�ahc egg per Dosen Fot toes. Per Babel set Etc 9weet potato Elk per Pouniu acc onions per Bushel Al co chickens alive it or dozen 2 a talc Kew dressed per proud 9io0 turkeys. Alive per Pound pc turkeys deemed per Pound. Al2ic la Rel. Or Pound at2he hams la Law so Luei i a Filo oldest 10 9hc i Ork per 100, 15 006 60 Yalu net barrel to 60 hil%8-i>ry int per Pound. Loss dry salted a he Orsen. Uli Nuich Green anti Aazaad be Bolja Aad on Erwinm Danu so be Breea veal. East. Cureteu , he area nags Laabs. Ai a Emu we Cora 4� out a Max Meed Al 00 Clover he cd it 25. W001#-uowaiitied, is file fleece nah my 26e tub mid picked. Ab0�e Blaek. Bong and fleece grown 60100 lower it

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