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Logansport Weekly Journal (Newspaper) - December 29, 1883, Logansport, Indiana The Weekity Journ. 8s 1144 vol. 35.logansport, Indiana Saturn by december 29, 188312 pages. No. 52.announcement . The journal wishes to. Present to its readers and As Many others As choose to sub aerie a Choice list of presents aggregating Oyer twelve Hundred dollars in a Aloe. It is our purpose in giving this distribution to increase the subscription list of the journal and at the same time to give its patrons an Opportunity of be coring a lot of valuable and useful articles a partial enumeration of which it presented in another column. To secure an interest in this distribution it is necessary to Bubs be for the weekly journal for one year paying the regular Price of the same $1.50 in Advance. To those who Are in arrears for the journal this offer is Good Only upon the payment of All they owe and one year in Advance. Any one of Good moral character can subscribe for the paper and have an equal Opportunity with others in securing one of these gifts. We Ell the paper for $1.50 per year and you a an take one of the tickets or not As you please we do hot Seli. The tickets. The distribution of these presents will take place saturday january 19,1884. Read advertisement in another column for particulars. The following is from a correspondent of the Cincinnati commercial Gazette. It does not speak very favourably of the popularity of the stars and stripes in certain Points of the Union Friend in Ohio writes me inquiring about the pal met Tollag. As an Independent foreign country of course South Carolina has its own Flag. So far As i can learn it was not created by any act of the legislature. It floated Over the state House before the War and it still floats there. I have been Here for Over two weeks and have seen no Flag flying Over the state House but the Palmetto Flag and the newspapers Here have boasted of the fact that the stars and stripes does not a wave Over the state amen sitting below. I took As close a View of it As i could the other Day. It is a tattered rag of dark Blue ground with the representation of a Palmetto tree in White. Very appropriately a Rattlesnake is coiled at the Bottom of the trunk of the tree. Yesterday after the United states court had adjourned a militia company paraded the streets. It carried a Palmetto Flag but no stars and stripes Quot for the old 13th. Regiment. Great interest is being excited in the care of a Young lady from Bedford i who has been in Lafayette for the past Twenty three Days during which time she has not tasted food or water and bids fare to outdo or. Tanner is her fast. The Young lady in question miss Industry is stopping with a w. Mills at no. 25 South fourth Street and came to Lafayette to fill a position in the new court House. She is very Graceful in her appearance quite robust in form and the downcast Eye and firmly closed lips denote a determination quite out of place in her sex. The House in which Slie stopping a is closely guarded to keep oat the curious who flock daily in front of the doors Aud windows in order to get a Peep. The Case is been known to Many in the City for some time past and such interest excited As to employ a watchman Ben still wag to see that food is not passed to her throng a the night. The Case is attracting very general attention. She is a Ward of Charles Pearce. The agony is Over and the cd Vairinen and committees have been appointed by speaker Carlisle. Indiana secure tar chairmen Cobb on Public lands a on invalid pensions Aud Stockslager on Public buildings and grounds. There is great dissatisfaction among the rank and file and especially among some of the new members. Or. Cox of new York and or. Springer of Illinois Are also kickers the latter especially who vows eternal enmity against or. Morrison the Warwick of the House. Our Friend t. Jeff Wood was placed at the Tail of two committees mining and claims. Before the session is Over we predict he will have an extensive knowledge of the requirements of a committeeman for the last named committee at least so far As he is personally concerned. If Jeff Don t Quot Clai ii Quot the c i ital before he returns Home we will Luis our it a let Thiu number real ived i Cre of the or Guardi of a Lii or of h c<ui-.�1 i in e Lito a a in on Ile r it i Fiti Rit �1 Shiv a a the of Linin a Tiki. .1 t a a win ii Jim in a. C la . To. A toward a Ltd a in join in 1/,ii . Unt tru is it ,. Ii As a Chi tii Jln be i ,1 Mcvenn Jii in 04.i,<-r a l state Lii is Siu flu i in. A a a a Crai i Etive re i ii it r of by Sli in Aniu ice. Iii tit Ltd a a a a. To it it break Down the i riot i in i Iris been Folind so pm k i r american and i l to Best of inc a i or. M. M. Gordon. Where Are the 13th Indiana Voln Beers who enlisted at first tap of the Dmit mothers answer with falling tears alas alas they re gone they Are gone. Widows cry where is that support Fromi cd wife and Little Onei it for Hosband who went to defend our a it Ort. The cruel answer is it is gone. By Hoid the aged father As he treads along. Extending Bis withered hand for Aid to the passing throng. For a son lost in Foster s brigade they Tell him to the poor House go and Bush aside Hasni we care not for your grief or woes soldiers must die in every land. Survivors of the old 13th to your color Fly the Battle Flag again unfurl let us Echoe the Battle cry right must Rule in the cold Unfer Leudis world. Let us come together again in reunion. And Over the past take a backward glance the first Battle fought for the Union was Rich mountains under Roee Crance then Over the mountains after general la a with Reynolds in hot Pursuit did we go with hearts full of Joy and merrily putting Back the rebel foe. Then we heeded the orders of Gen l Shields who was always ready for the fray and upon Winchester Battle Field sleeps Many of our Brave boys to Day. By Mcclellen and Butler As Well. Many compliments to the 13th is Given for the characteristic Hoosier yell by which the boys in Gray were driven. Bold general Grant in his modest Way. Pointed them ont with a commander s Pride and Foster the hero of Many a Day. Did love to ride by the Isth s Side at charter town Harbor under Brave Gillmore battering Down fort Wagner and Craigg shells into fort Sumpter did we pour the first fruit of rebel Bragg. At Chester station and cold Harbor s fight. The charge at rebel Rifle Pitts at Foster s farm of which the boys take the greatest Delight in spinning some most patriotic yams. Many engagements Here named. Of Many a Long tiresome Battle Day and Many a Emir Milih has become of general Fame since the smoke of Battle has cleared away. To All that love this Conakry of ours. We plead that Aid to its defenders by Given it will strew your pathway Ever with Flowers and Lead of on the Royal Highway to heaven. is lieutenant co. E. 13to ind vol. Flotsam and jetsam. The time draws net the birth of Christ the Moon is hid the night is still. And Christmas Bdl from Hill to Hill. Answer each other ii the Mist. Peace and Goodwill Goodwill and peace peace and Goodwill to till Mankind. How Many Beautiful things have been said about Christmas every poet who Ever Sung has Given to Christmas some of his choicest thoughts. What a volume of Christmas literature could be compiled especially have the English authors treated it lovingly nobody can Ever surpass Dickens and Thackery s pictures of Christmas life. The Holly the Yule log the Home coming of the absent ones the gifts the innocent Faith of the children in the potent Santa clause All of these associations go to make up the Beauty of the Christmas of to Day As Well As of those of Ages past. Christmas is the Prince of festivals the one of Wirich we never grow tired. The very name has magic in it it seems Odd that we should celebrate with Ever increasing enthusiasm an event which happened Eigl Iteen Hundred years ago. A great Many Caviler and Quot philosophers Quot scoff at the idea of the 2, ill o december being celebrated As the birthday of Christ. Well what if it is not if Christ was born on some other Duy Triau that we Are not celebrating the Day but the great events the beginning of the Christian Era. It is enough that he was born and we May rejoice Over that first Christmas without anxiety As to whether we Are celebrating the exact Day and hour of his birth. The Beautiful simplicity with which the Story of the n i Ivity is told in the new testament can Naver be excelled by any flight of Wordy eloquence. Milton s hymnal of Lut nativity however is almost a a paraphrase of the Bible Story so simple and Majestic is its rhythm. The i Hepherd on the Law i. Or e or the Point of Dawn. Sat simply Chatti in n in . Lull Little 1hi i it iffy a. The it the Lui. Fly . Kindly coii2< a it it live Wii i Cru i a a a it up it Oliai s it in Liivik a Ltd a Quot r a a Al Luibil i hair Illy a i. A a sell ii i11u-c r to Cir Hoff .i1 1 1 .i. A 1. A i a. I a Liy a r 1- ,. 1 Jan thir. A. Lii. M a . M a c l 1 of i 1, a a to i can Quot i l s of Ilia ii ii a a ill a. ays in a a a Ute a it i is a or Llie 1 t to a Jiin i Nhoi a s Sil it daubed Tiili t a it juice is he revolt ii. To a a a a it a of . Lii inc o Rlie-.v.?.- by u r or ii d with Sioui aii in erect standpoint for the last Century. Everybody approaches them on the score of health but we think the matter should be taken up in behalf of decency. What do we care about a Man s health that is his own particular business and if he chooses to bestow rough usage on his digestive organs and to make his Teeth look like Well almost anything that s dirty it is his own affair. But when it comes to expect rating but no that is too decent a word to apply to spitting around on every projection on Steps on Walls on sidewalks even at the door of the Sanctuary we think in the name of decency he ought to be arrested for a nuisance. A Drunken Man in t half the nuisance on the Street that the Tob i co Chewer is. The care with which he ejects the filthy mass just in the place where one is sure to step is wonderful. Why does t he carry a Cuspid re around in his pocket Why does t he use his handkerchief f or Why does t he Swallow the juice and kill himself off anything to be rid of this abomination perpetrated by men who in other respects Are gentlemen. We Don t wonder that Mary Clemmer should be indignant. The Wisdom of the nation standing around like common loafers and Orna menting the principal building in the United states with their quids of Bull dog Ping Washington s Monument will probably receive a baptism of tobacco juice As soon As the congressmen can assemble around it. Let the tobacco Chewer veneer his own face All he wants to but for the Sake of his sweetheart s Best dress we conjure him to cease irrigating the sidewalk. The Charity Ball to be Given soon for the Benefit of certain charitable institutions will , be Wei patronized. It is one of the weaknesses of human nature that our Charity has to be bought. We will eat a Dollar s Worth at a Church festival or dance two dollars Worth at a Charity Ball and feel that we have done a commendable thing but to give the Money without value received does t often occur to us. What quantities of time and work might be saved if people would bestow their Money directly upon needy objects instead of having it extorted from them by appealing to their stomachs or their Quot fantastic if we might make a practical 8ugire=lion about the Charity Ball it would be that the girls would look As pretty As possible in their old finery and give tie Price of their new directly to the object in View. It is a singular inconsistency that expends a dozen dollars on itself to get ready to spend one Dollar on chastity. So if the new gloves Aud new ribbons and other Nic Knacks were dispensed with All for Sweet Charity s Sake we think there would be a positive Charm in the Shab Biness. Young men too might deny themselves new neckties and Button Hole bouquets. All that is needed is for somebody to Start the Fash Ion of going Shiby to the Charity Ball. Let some stylish lady or gentlemen but once appear in Public with a Hole in the shoe and holes in the shoes will in Ionedi lately become the r it be. Accidentally killed. A sad Accident occurred near Bethk hem Church in Beth hem township Hist saturday morning. .4len a. Abshire Ayou glad of in it was out Hunting in company with a neighbor boy named Leffel. They were attempting to scare some rabbits out of a Brush pipe when left i s gun was accidentally discharged and the contents lodged in the neck Arm and Chest of Liis companion. He died almost instantly. The deceased was tie son of a widow lady and contributed greatly to her gain Pori. The funeral service s were held monday. Thrown from a log Wagon. Samuel Long of Walton met with a painful and serious Accident near Anoka monday. He and it Young Man by Tho name of Tyler were engaged in hauling logs. In crossing a Small Creek the Wagon upset Aud in a second Long found himself in the w held tightly beneath a Large log. Tyli a hitched the team to the log and rescued fortunate Man from his predicament. Or. I chess of Walton was called and a foot d that in addition to severe Bruise a i in had Suft ored a Brit Kont ii h. In appears a Ilinoe Infra Calouri that to t sea died i life. Or. 1l s re. T in a Kxpoitiijll,&Quot till la Loti i of or. A 1> Hoff ii Iau on cont r Lirl and to. Via r .o-.l a t \ t so Cray. 1. Vid ii l.,-.f i Yeizo u of a Jud of it in inc a a Quot Oil oui i. R did l it or ii for 1 Vav Ciulini Vej i to i. Of <11 s it a r Anil a. I of Ltd. It . A i in ii n a i. Quot i no of nit . A ii.- it i. Of ii a lil. Lis jil of the c �1 to r to in in til. We in Jun Viil a the of january or Ufir it Taud difri.�� ii. I who d to Vecelia Lis foul and a Oisin ill Cost it ii Wii a \ a a air s s a. Of a in lion Al drowned in eel River. The body of an unknown woman found near the lower dam wednesday morning a number of boys skating below the lower eel River dam disco Reed the Arm of a woman partly appearing above the ice. The Coroner was notified and the body was removed o the undertaking establishment of Woll a Parker where it was viewed by several thousand people yesterday. No one was Able to identify the remains and it is probably that the woman was a stranger in the City. She had on a Black Cashmere dress Gray wrap Button shoes Woolen mits Gold ear drops and breast pin but there was nothing found on her person that would Lead to her identification. Her features Are Broad and irregular and indicate that she is of foreign nationality. Her hair is slightly tinged with Gray and to All appearances she was about 45 years of age. The indications Are that the woman committed suicide or wandered into the River when under the influence of liquor. The report was started that the body was that of mrs. Teal who lives a Short distance West of the City but the appearance of this lady upon the streets yesterday exploded the theory. Charley Smith of the Post office viewed the remains last night and is positive that he can Clear up the mystery. He states that the woman has a Box at the Oil ice Aud until within the last four or five Days has called regularly every Day for her mail. She has received numerous letters Fri m Cincinnati and hot is frequently warned him against delivering them to others who might Call. There Are several letters in the Box now and it is probable that unless Young Smith has cause to weaken in his theory the Coroner will take Apon himself the right to examine them. The inquest was commenced yesterday and will be continued to Day. Unless identified speedy the remains will be interred in the Patter s Field. Morton and Kis Mon .mcr.t. Every Loyal citizen in Indiana should contribute something toward the Monument to be erected at Indianapolis in Honor of Oliver p. Morton. Sloney sent to the journal or times of that City will Baja Erly placed. J. W. Shevory of the ina9�o Etc in timid hcs this to say in regard to the Enterprise Quot i Hope that ample Means will be subscribed by the citizens of Indiana to meet All demands necessary for the completion of the Monument which is to be erected in Circle Park to Keer a tangible memorial of Indiana s great War governor alive in the memory of the citizens of the state he has so Dis Ting Ashly Hou ored Aud so faithfully served. To the old soldiers his Hame is As familiar As the patriotic songs they used to Siu around the Camp fires while March in through Dixie. His Fame As a statesman As a Loyal defender of the Union is As enduring As the Hills that sent Back the Echo of the inspiring song that floated out on the night air Twenty years ago. Not Only in the Field on the March and on picket duty was the name of Morion Fani Ilar and dearly cherished a at in the Hospital where Brave Indian Lin Quot a were suffering with disease and wounds. Eve y sufferer knew that though far away from Home from loved ones to Sateh Over him and Brinig Limiti delicacies to a governor Morton Pouldas soon As Send supplies for every a a Vaut could let a provided for. I Remein her one occasion Wian Indiana boys had been badly wounded in a Light with rebel Cut no by. of a the Railroad and they a a and in King eat no dressing for their i mining indeed but what the carried with them. I was going tii rough the Hospitil the next morning after the fight i ing the Best that can be done for the poor Fellows. It was touching to look upon them and have not ing to give them. One old Man who badly wounded said Quot if we can Only live till Day after to Morrow governor Mortor will be Here and Send us us plies.&Quot sore enough after dark came in abundance with a messenger in charge direct from governor Morton. Hie boys shouted and hallowed for Alorton a ind cried with Joy. J room its Freni Olhorn joined a i s id. A Iod i less the governor of Liere Dors not live i in Soldier in it Day t like to a i a Midhet King invt red in i �1-l is la Quot a Uhle Willd not to i. If u. Ive Ort Ehm it a it. A. To it i a i of to Quot a itp�?�-.�?� Noi fear t in Ltd a. A i .1. A. I. It t ,.- in the interests of a tobacco House. They have been occupying one of the tenement houses of George Haigh on Sycamore Street for several months but have made no acquaintances among the neighbors. A key found in one of the mittens on the dead woman s hands unlocked the door of her Home which was visited and examined by Constable Gallagher yesterday. The arrangement of the household furniture would indicate that the woman had hastily take her departure. It is established that she was a morphine eater and the general impression is that she deliberately suicide. The remains have not been removed from Woll it Parker s and will probably not be interred before tomorrow. The Coroner will conclude his investigation to Dot in. The husband of the unfortunate woman is said to be a Crook. Many Are inclined to think that the woman met her death through violence and that the letters now in the piece would assist in unravelling the mystery a Trover. J. Hulee says it is too cold to work. W. Place will leave Here in the Spring. I guess nut ced thinks Slie has ced nut. The Mill will shut Down until after Christmas. C. Risser moves on to his swamp Laud in the Spring. Chas. Crook is on the War path s. Richards joins him. Clouse has taken a Tumble and has got a fresh Stock of cigars candies a. Joe Wikel and we. Wolf had a set too last week. We. Got rather the worst of it. The heavy Snow has made splendid mud boating and the logs Are coming in very fast. John Easty left town very mysteriously last week. We think he will be married soon. Every body would make a Good beginning the new year if they would subscribe for the journal. A Good Barber would reap a Good Harvest in Hoover if the boys faces have anything to do with it. shot throw the heart. Samuel Leffel son of William Leffey was shot and instantly killed at the House of James Leffel in Adams township five Miles from Mexico thursday evening by Emanuel Lowman. Lowman and the m in who met his death had assisted or. James Leffel in killing hogs Aud after cleaning up and finishing the a a had indulged freely in drinking it la of Lar quarrel followed and Leffel rushed upon Lowman with a Butcher knife when the latter Drew a revolver and shot his Drunken assailant through the heart kill ing him instantly. A messenger was at once sent to Mexico to Telephone for Coroner Fansler who left for the scene of Tho tragedy accompanied by an officer about Midnight. Leffel was a reckless dissipated individual about years of be Aud leaves a wife and four children. A Lowman is a married Man of dissolute character. He made no site input to Escasio and claims that he acid in self defrost. The revolver with Wiah Tho deed w is a committed is a Smith in Wesson. The body i permitted to be in the room where to Quot ii tray took place i until the arrival of the Kroner. Samn i Laflel. The of to t Man it. Oae of the most in pc Ltd citizen of Adams towns . A tul tia Alfair a a As created intense excitetne.�. I be Hiti. A ii ools i re too Chan Coattie t it retold. J William i la ii it u visiting in by lib a vein. J Harvey Vai is leave fur the South Lui new years do a. I Institute held i a is a gird in at Center school House. The Meetin s at the Baptist Church suddenly came to a close. Preaching every two weeks it twelve Mike i Aureli. By Kev. A. Mckee. Misses Sallie i ova Eli and m Ittie Buchanan spent Christmas in your City. The majority of our Farmers sold their hos before tiie Price of pork advanced hence to e Rise. Josiah Powell ind wife of . Missouri Are spending holidays in Cass and White counties or. Jefferson Myers of Luverne. Rock co. Minnesota is visiting friends in t and Fulton . Two weddin i s 1 is Vetk Shil tini 1 Liena it. A i it i. Olivei s to fun a i a ,r.kk� in t e Laad Arij in r a i Ai y. Hillie pm Elk before Daws. Manroe Thompson. A keen insistent hint of Dawn fell from the Mountain height a wan to certain gleam betrayed the faltering of Ibe night. This emphasis of Spence made the fog above the Brook intensely Pale the Trees took on a Baim twid Haggard look. Such quiet came expectancy a Fillol All the Earth Aud sky time seemed to Peise a Little space 1 a eur so i Eam go by 8atan in the Devil uan been repro Muntea by varion4 Artie to i. Exchange a series of Intro Lectory illustrations show the Devil As he been various la Duli noted by various races. The egyptian l evil seems to have been a Cross be tween a dog and a hog walk on its bind i figs with Astaff. The assyrian a lion s Bokiy with , a scaly neck Anil a sort of dragon s head with born. The Quot ing Aioso Sata ahas two Heads with tasks four arms sits on a Colt and has venomous snakes climbing All Over him. The French is the first of the old devils to exhibit the combined traits so familiar to us now. He has Lions the ears of an a a a Goat s Tail and rooster s claws Bitt his body and head Are human with Bat s wings growing from the shoulder. This enemy of Man shown in the ent to let a grinning in the most malignant and diabolical manner and scattering Gold around to tempt his victims within the clutches of his claws. But Beelzebub has been represented in other and far More polite forms. There is a print from the illustrations of Goethe s Quot Faust Quot which shows him As a courtly gentleman elegant in dress and polished in manners. It seems As if Mankind As it advanced in Reivi Dement improved its great it get a it has improved or and least relied the vices with which it pays him tribute. Tims in the thirteen t i Century the English Devil was a Lorrilla monster with the distorted body of a Man the horned Hea l of a Bull a docked Tail like a horse Only three fingers or toes on each extremity and Spikei at its Knees and shins like the spurs of a game cock. By a scr s time to Weir Tho artist had elevated him to a quite genteel sort of person with a sardonic ie.?r, but Good clothes and an unblemished person. Landseer it must be explained one made ten etehing.s., called Quot the Devil s walk Quot which Are very rare and valuable. The most industrious and extensive of All artistic glorities of his draughtsman Haa pictured him in every conceivable form As Long As it was hateful for he has always been too conscientious to amp int the Devil As an attractive being. Quot the True legend of st. Dustan and the de in Quot is one of Cruikshank s most humorous works and his Quot gentleman in Black Quot is almost inimitable As far As the unique Gro-tesip.uess of tie plates is concerned. The Marketa cute Aco dec. �?�27. N a Yie s circular of ten Evi i it s to i follow Init Stata of l a a i. A a Dud but steady. Avin . Opened vow Etc closed tic of a or Jii \. Of Ned and Eli it sed Etc May a a a Iene e i of d corny january Opi-,1.1 t e Ole february opened it .i. May opon etl til pc Al<1 .l.-. Ojo eneu and closet i in i or Ary. 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