Logansport Weekly Journal in Logansport, Indiana
9 Jun 1877

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9 Jun 1877

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Logansport Weekly Journal (Newspaper) - June 9, 1877, Logansport, Indiana Wool a Wool pc pounds and Vil Lav thehi6hest Price in Gash Tor the same. Don t fail to see a i before you sell or you away regret it. We have made arrangements with the beet Woolen Mills in the West to Supply us with blankets flannels yarns broaches Oass Meres jeans tweeds Etc. And can guarantee them the Best goods a in l06ansp0rt. They Aie made of the Best of Wool pure does. Free from All shoddy. And will he fold As cheap As other stores Are Askin for their poor inferior Good. Try the a goods once and you will a Vayss buy them As you Are sure to be pleased with them. Remember the . Brow a so wly5 too Market St. I Clinton. Washington. I Tipton. Deer Creek. J Jackson a. City of Logansport. I Walton. 614 12 79 s we try <�2� 3 lot a 02 8.7-k 80 354 it local sum3iary. The Clifton House Corner Wabash Avenue and Monroe Street Chicago is first class in every respect. It has a passenger elevator Ami All modern improvements. Rates have been reduced from $3 50 to $2.50 per Day. Give cheerfully recommend our Friend i when in Chicago to Stop at the niar31wl2u from daily accideiit.�. The doctors Are in Luck when general Mankind Are subjected to Inishia its. Two accidents called for surgical Patchwork yesterday and both occurred on the Railroad. First or. Wicks a Arakci Timu while at work about a train of cars at Columbia City had his Arm badly bruised fortunately no Bones were broken lie will be disabled for several Days so says a doctor. Second a. A. Llu Nuell a Brakesman on the eel i incr Road was badly injured and miraculously escaped death. He was brakeman of a freight train in motion Moran Aud Frankfort. In passing along the cars he Stei Ped upon one loaded with lumber. His weight caused the Plank to press against the Side stakes which breaking threw him and the lumber to the ground. He caught by the falling boards and had his ankle and leg badly bruised. The train was stopped and he was extricated from his painful position. Again it has to be recorded As wonderful that no Bones were broken. He was brought to this City about 10 o clock to. M., conveyed to his Home and and a Cicai assistance summoned. Court Houm �,oatrtbatioii�3 judge Chase announced yesterday that there would be no adjourned term of the circuit court in july. Yesterday was the busiest Day of the present term of the circuit court. A number of claim cases in probate were disposed of,.civil suits decided and motions acted upon. There is a Case in the courts Here like unto the Singer sewing machine Man of new York. Or. Kobe it Davidson Dies leaves a Small estate we. C. Deacon is appointed administrator. By friends and neighbors deceased was always believed to be a Bachelor. Now comes a woman and her daughter. She says she is the wife of deceased the daughter is a Wise child and says she knows him to have been her father. Wild thus matters Are mixed. It Isey by enough to give in marriage at least a others Rind it so in Dis Osing of daughters. But Quot the take Quot Don t Law it is prove and by this it is not meant that a lean wife or a lanky husband can t be As Loving As one inclined to Embo Point or Rotun Dity. The whole Gist of the matter matrimonial is that there Are Many mistakes made in the bitching business yesterday in the circuit court the following were uncoupled Julia e. Pettit and Amos Pettit custody of child Given the Mother Levi Culp and Ella Culp this was a paroxysmal unpleasantness Between the pair in which one o Hara exemplified that Quot kisses go by favors Quot and that Quot stolen kisses Quot arc sweetest Ada p. Hauser and we. Hauser Custod of a pledge Given to the Mother. These Cates were of great interest and engaged the att tron of paid counsel and every other attorney in the City. Now Cornea certain parties names appended who say they want an adjourned term of the circuit court but to quote the facts Are that the business of the court almost imperatively demand an adjourned term. Judge Chase was willing to give his time and services to business of the court. Some of the members of the bar objected and hence put a card in the paper which does injustice to other members of the bar. The undersigned believe that an adjourned term ought to be held. Frank Swigart Stewart Mcconnell we. Guthrie David b. Graham we. T. Wilson Robert Ray a. L. Guthrie John c. Mcgregor s l. Mcfadin clerk c. C. C. And s. c. Shot Fok tue Tokuwo idea. The following is a statement of congressional and common school Revenue apportioned to these it eral school corporations in Cass county Boone township Harrison. Bethlehem. Jetterson. Noble. Clay. ,tti5 29 the above amounts Are what is due each township and by Law the apportion intent is required to be made by the second monday in june of each year. The auditor has anticipated the Date in this instance. Robate commissioners Coria. In the matter of the estate of Robert Davidson deceased exceptions were filed to the tinal report of the administrator we. C. Deacon by the representative of the widow and daughter of deceased. Where Youk taxes go. The following exhibit shows the amount i of Money orders issued by the county auditor upon the treasurer of Cass county during the year ending june 1, 1877. For the following purposes to wit 3,203 50 Gas for court Bouse and jail. Jurors. Poor. Ditches. A Seii sors. Niji Hway and Bridges. Miscellaneous Porpose. Taxes Reandea. Road Revenue. Township Revenue. Bos Revenue. Special school. Inquests. Commissioners. Tuition Revenue. Poor farm. Auditor. Court House and jail. County school superintendent. Stationery. Sheriff. . R k tax refunded. Print ii. Clerk. Insane. Interest on county Bonds and orders county treasurer. Redemption. County attorney. Show licenses refunded. House of Refuge. Female reformatory. County physician. Elections. Fuel for court House and jail. Surveyor. Blind Asylum. Deaf and dumb Asylum. 475 10 7.135 55 88 i003 16 2,445 00 s4.ab6 16 3,1 72 572 55 4. K8 k 42 2,1 to �?�j->.4&Quot> 90 il2 00 is 14 00 �.�72 75 �4 57 5.867 46 1.m4 60 28 of 1.743 17 1,277 30 00 21 15 1,5>45 60 205 50 558 35 8.913 58 5,019 81 $.155 a a 2t4 45 14.-, �0 l. Jts 58 156 87 1.54 to in to 491 55 12 00 it 44 74 75 total.$147,544 13 the above is compiled and returned by the county auditor. From sunday s daily mrs. 3iaria Emerson wife of James Emerson died j osterday at 1. P. Her remains will be buried to Day at 4 p. M., from her late residence on Market and nineteenth Street a Lour year old daughter of Mrad Sanders ii living on the North Side while playing in the Kitchen yesterday fell backward la a tub of hot Lye. Her screams of suffering brought assistance and she was taken out after she had been fearfully scalded. Or. J. J. Burton was called in and dressed the Burns of t a utile sufferer. She is not supposed to be dangerously injured. 11 o clock p. Ui., the Little sufferer died. 1.010 93782 6� 754 2 777 34 45g 11 1 473 85 i a of Miro. Miami. Teachers meet lne the county association of teachers met at the print school House to Day elected officers for the ensuing year and transacted other miscellaneous business. Or. Neft Quot read a paper on Quot compulsory education Quot he affirms that in those countries that have a compulsory Law it has proven detrimental to the educational interests thereof. His arguments were by m. L. Moody Andrew Gray j. P. Berry Aud opposed by w. H. Mace s. J Snethen t. J. Legg and h. G. Wilson. The next meeting will be held at the High school building on the second saturday in september. Court Home . The circuit court adjourned yesterday until the september term. It is estimated that the Cost of the late term of the circuit court will amount to about Ftp Jisoo. The sheriff left yesterday for Michigan in charge of two prisoners sentenced to the Penitentiary. The a Illiams ditch in Miami township. Was leased yesterday to messes. J. To. Price and John Williams. The commission As notary Public was handed Xvi expander Guthrie yesterday and he qualified before clerk Mcfadin for official life. Saturday brings them in from the country once in town what s easier than stepping and tripping Over to the clerk s office. That s How it happened with George w. Havens and Louisa Stoner who took out a License yesterday. An overhauling of the county com missioners s room took place yesterday and out of it was hauled several bushels of pulverized alluvial Deposit. Horticulturists will Well to Call for the Rich dirt Quot indeed indeed a Garden full of seed Quot will be benefited by an application. Robate commissioners cock. In the matter of the guardianship of the minor heirs of John Quinn deceased Michael Kelley was appointed guardian Bond #260. Decoration Day. At new Waverly the Day was observed with appropriate ceremonies. The exercises were according to the following . Procession to the cemetery. Music. . Or. Preston. Music. Porter. . L. L. Quick. . Moody and Porter. Poems the dying . L. Moody. Decoration. Poems old Porter. Music Benedictine. For the first time the people of Waverly have paid Floral tribute to those a who in the dream of the Northern poet in Buttle die. And Flat on in shadowy i it Hallux in the Field of the upper the years since the War have passed memories were fondly enshrined in the hearts of individual relatives and friends yet but few of us were aware that our cemetery contained the remains of eleven Quot who Sank to rest. With All their country s Honor the gathering on this occasion was rather an Impromptu one having been arranged for Only the night before through the efforts of or. R. 31. Floyd or. Quick and a few others. The crowd present was intelligent appreciative and such As would reflect credit upon any locality. The oration by Rev. 3ir. Preston though Brief was remarkably appropriate and would have graced any occasion of the kind. Or. S. S. Quick As historian gave a Short biographical sketch of the life and services of each of the fallen braves. Quot Roll Call Quot a poem transposed for the occasion with names of our Soldier dead inserted Lent a touching interest t a the ceremony serving to remind us of decimated ranks and that our comrades were off duty forever. Quot the echoes that came from the Boom of the inn. Were Loet with the shouts when the Battle was done but the Graves of the wounded Aud shrieks of the slain. Will be Beard in the echoes a Ain and again they will sound in the hearts and be answered with tears. While the fluids where the fell Are grown Over with we heard Many expressions of regret that these ceremonies had not been sooner inaugurated. We Trust that in the years to cd me these tributes of respect begun yesterday with such auspicious impressiveness will not be neglected. Quot Coo gently Birds winds softly blow blossoms Nestle close and Low of rain bring Beauty to the Flowers that deck these lowly Mounds of p. New Waverly. Ind., May 31.1877. It is regretted that the above communication did not reach us in time for publication . The fort a Lith Indiana volunteers. In response to a Call some fifteen or Twenty members of the 4gth Indiana assembled in the Superior court room yesterday afternoon at 3 o clock. Or. We. Crockett was called to the chair and or. Fred. Fitch was elected Secretary. The object of tiie meeting was stated to be to devise some Means of pros ecu using the claim for Bounty hold against Cass county promised when Tae regiment Veteran sized in 1864. As was stated by or. S. J. Millinger this matter had been up before the circuit court and an Adverse decision Given to the claim. The gentleman expressed it As his firm opinion that the claim should be prosecuted and to this end he favored an immediate Appeal to the supreme court. The speaker was convinced of the Justice of their demand and was willing As heretofore to Aid in furthering the matter to a successful termination which he believed would result if their lawyer would faithfully and honestly prosecute their claim. In this View the preceding speaker was sustained by or. Fred Fitch the gentleman though was not in favor of longer employing a Cass county lawyer to prose cute the business. In this utterance there seemed to be a general concurrent or. Finlow moved that the chair appoint a committee of five to select a lawyer and that said committee was authorized and requested to Aid him in collecting evidence to substantiate their claim. The chair appointed the following As such committee messes. Fred. Fitch s. J. Millinger and Pennel. It was then decided to leave the selection of the other two committeemen to the three already appointed. After some further desultory discussion it was voted that a consultation should be had with or. Frank Swigart their of a resent attorney and that he to urged to Orward their claim also Legal assistance would be employed to Aid him in the labor of the prosecution of the claim. A spare the Kod a it Etc. A very much mistaken idea of Solomon a according to latter Day civilized interpretation. Generally supposed now to have been uttered by the israeli tish King when he had become aged in fact when he had become concubine aged and had altogether become pro Erb rally off in his about that time he did t see anything right was very crooked. These Are the prevalent ideas of a Christian civilization which teach ii Quot suffer Little children to come unto me and forbid then not for of such is the kingdom of though the lights of revelation Are shed broadcast i ver the world there Are yet some who wilfully hide themselves in the dark atmosphere of exploded ideas whip beat brutally chastise the tender bodies of Quot such is the kingdom of a Case of the kind is reported to have recently occurred in Boone township. It is a matter of Public notoriety court record. The offender against god s word and civilized Law is one a. J. Itic Librock and his own child is the victim. It was charged that this unnatural Parent did violent abuse Strilcov outed and maltreat his Sou. Lie was arraigned before Justice j. J. Graves found guilty and fined. The father blended to the jurisdiction of the court and stated he was authorized to what he did. The court had a Little More humanity in him than the offender and punished him thereupon the Loving Parent takes a Appeal to the circuit court. The Case was docketed yesterday. The Nei say to it in the Little victim was Noi oui beaten but he was held under water until he become unconscious and fully half an hour passed before he could be resuscitated. Gerald says the Devil is dead if so he West Oil before from to Kodat s a a not Hoaeae Doik. The county commi9sioneks. The county commissioners met in regular session yesterday. There were present messes. Dennis Uhl Daniel Fogle song and Henry Bickel commissioners mid county auditor Blakemore and sheriff Louthain. The Board organized by calling or. Uhl to preside. The court then proceeded to business the following Bills being a tidied and allowed Thoo Ackerman. Imber for poor b f Yantis goods for poor. To broads Quot Quot. Frazee Ltd bro., goods for poor. James Duffy taking enumeration. Rol it Ert k Rhea goods for poor. W a Bert k Rhea goods for p h Snider goods for poor Inry Brookmyer goods of 44 i4 in 10 25 28 10 25 0� s 80 10 to 5 00 swiftly away and though no doubt their his missus was . R farm. Henry Brookmyer goods for poor. John m seder goods and a Rork for poor. 5 35 Lewis l Jack fuel for court House and jail. 93 00 Ashberry Barnett. Benefit of poor in Clay to. 2150 a Moynahan work on court House and jail. 16 00 Solomon High brooms for court House. 2 50 Samuel trait. Refunding order. 2 25 Pickering Wjk Foreman refunding order. 78 3 j p Mcdewey coffin for pauper. 8 00 h a enumeration in Jackson to. 30 00 n a Wooley goods for poor. 32 64 James Eagle work and material at county Asylum. "0 00 Charles Troutman for taking enumeration. 25 00 Elizabeth Chilant. Refunding order. S to ii c Lester medical services for poor. 27 2 by Quick. 14 50 a c Orr. 15 00 Lewis Lyman and James Welch conveying Susan Welch to poor House a 7 00 the following were rejected the d., e. R. Amp i. Railway a petition to refund 55. A paid for taxes in 1875 and 1876. An application for a ditch in Washington township being submitted by Aaron Long it al., the same was granted and w. S. Toney James Guy find Daniel Biehle were appointed viewers. The Board then adjourned to meet today at 9 o clock a. County taxes. A meeting of the Board of equalization was held yesterday at the court House. The following township assessors were present w. O. Hopkinson Boone we. Dye Harrison s. W. Bennett Bethlehem Elijah Tilman Noble j. G. Funk Clay j. W. Rudolph Miami a. B. Myers Clinton j. D. Ritter Washington Henry Schevalen Tipton Jefferson Adams eel and Deer Creek townships were unrepresented. After an organization As an equalization Board an adjournment was taken until monday june 11th inst. County superintendent of schools. A meeting of the township trustees was held yesterday in the court House at 3 o clock . The meeting was held to elect a county superintendent of schools to serve for the period of two years. The meeting was called to order by county auditor Blakemore and or. Robert Gray was called to preside. The Roll was called and a full representation answered by townships Adams and Tipton townships alone failing to respond. Or. A. J. Wooley Jackson township moved to proceed to the election of a county superintendent of schools. Carried. Or. Wooley placed in nomination for the office or. Harry Wilson. Or. Harry Wilson announced that or. J. H. Net George Dinger and Israel j. Berry would be candidates for the office. Or. Dinger declined to be a candidate and requested that his friends vote for or. Berry. Or. J. H. Neff one of the candidates made a few remarks. The gentleman Hok ing that it was obligatory upon him to say that if successful what he would . He had never asked office. If he were successful he administer the of fice honestly such was his motto. As a guarantee he referred the trustees to the management of his school which he had conducted for two years. In addition to his remarks the candidate submitted several recommendations As to his qualifications and scholarly ability. Or. Berry also made a few remarks urging his claims to the office. Or. Wilson said he had worked with the Board they knew the extent of his experience together h2 and they had worked to elevate the Public school an Teress of Cass county to this record the gentle Tuan referred the Board of trustees. The question of Merit alone should decide the matter and by such decision the gentleman was willing to abide the Board then Pri it ceded to ballot for the office of superintendent of county schools on the first ballot the vote resulted As follows Wilson 7 Neff 0, Berry 5. 3lr. Wilson having received the majority of the votes cast was duly declared elected for the ensuing two years. The meeting then resolved itself into an educational Board the new superintendent i re8iding. Matters of interest Weie inform Illy , after which an adjournment Tostik place. Items. The motion to set aside the charge of arson against Finnegan. And incarcerate him in the state Asylum for the insane was overruled by judge Chase. Yesterday was pension Day. The clerk consulted myth about fifteen to whom the government was indebted for valuable service. The sheriff s officers Hail everybody they meet with a Little Bill but As with others they Don t always collect. There Are twelve prisoners in the county jail. The sheriff returned sunday from his trip to Michigan City. He safely housed Van Horn and Matthews for two years each in the Penitentiary. They were just on time. Nightfall As Well As the rain fall gave the major permission to close up. He was just about putting an end to the Day s work. When Reuben h. Ivens and Mary Ellen Meek came in for a marriage License. The major looked encouraged and accommodates . The embracing affections of the gravel pit in this locality is both marked and numerous. Yesterday another Case of hug occurred. Moses Tucker while engaged at work in the gravel pit near mount pleasant brewery became a crushed victim to a Tumble which a lot of overhanging Earth took. He was knocked Down and buried beneath the mass. He was speedily rescued by companions and when extricated was found to be badly bruised but not seriously injured. He was conveyed Home and at his request no medical attendance was called in. This is the fourth or fifth Accident of the kind which has been chronicled during the past few weeks. Somebody will yet get life s marrow mashed out of pm unless a Little More caution is exercised in their grubbing business. From wednesday s daily Rev. We. Pratt and wife of Shelby Ville ky., Are in the City visiting the Hon. D. D. Pratt. The Sale of tickets for the month of maj by the pan handle company amounted to 13,530.60. John Lux and William Flynn were awarded yesterday the contract to construct a Bridge in Wabash. A great reduction in rates to Eastern Points has been made by the pan handle and Pennsylvania railways. For rates and time table apply to the ticket agent at the pan handle shoot Nie Afeltra -. Saturday night the peaceful worshippers at the Dunkard Church near Bachelor s run in Carroll county were disturbed in their devotions by the sound of be eral pistol shots and cries of pain. And thus it occurred. A or. Briggs son of Jesse Brigg of that Vicinity drove up to the Church tethered his horses and entered the Sanctuary. Hearing an unusual noise outside he left the building and approaching the place where his horses and buggy had been placed he found that the outfit had disappeared. He notified some friends of the fact and they departed to search for the missing vehicle. Finally the whereabouts was discovered and it was found to be in the Possession of two men. Just then the horses were turned about and driven toward the Church. The pursuers thinking that so soon As the Church Yard was reached that the buggy would be Given up did t make their near presence known. The Twa men arriving at the Church did not Stop but dive on. The owner then called upon them to bait which they did. He ordered them to get out of the buggy and surrender his team. This they refused to . The refusal was reiterated with emphatic words of an immensely profane character. Briggs then Drew his revolver made his demand anew on being told to go to a a he wanted his buggy to make the journey in. So he levelled his trusty revolver. He snapped the Little engine of death several times but finally two shots counted. One of the men in the buggy Richard Lape was wounded in the right Sho Alder and Side. During the tiring the buggy was upset. Lape the wounded Man was captured but Bis companion one Hopkins succeeded in evading the crowd which was collected. Lape s wounds Are not serious and he will probably have to undergo a trial for taking horses not Quot his police matter. Several arrests were made yesterday by the pol be. And the vigilant guardians were anxiously about to Collar others who were suspected. Can arrest of one Quinn hailing from Toledo was made. He was suspected being a suspicious looking individual a peddling picture frames. It seems that Quinn had possessed himself of some dress patterns and made inquiries at several stores As to their value. When asked How he bad gotten the fabrics he replied he had exchanged picture Trames for them. The police got hold of the matter and arrested him also a supposed companion i. N. Shaefer of St. Louis. Both were conveyed to jail to await official Legal investigation to. Being arrested under the suspected Felon act they Are bad things to have on hand to his Honor will have an inquiry for their Benefit or sorrow to Day. A youth fifteen years old the son of Quot respectable parents was arrested yesterday for tapping the till of John Mitchell s Saloon on Bridge Street. As this raid on the whisky Man May Only be a surreptitious movement to Aid the Murphy movement his parents Are going to try to get him released from the criminal rfcs possibility of thus accumulating ten a Ioil Urs. On account of his youth we Don t give him away. The wicked flee. It was fully verified yesterday but the latter part of the scriptural quotation did not hold Good. There was a Lively Pursuit. As Richard Grant has it a Pilgrim from Plymouth Quot is Bat to a casual observer it a Ppearl Das if marshal Randal was doing some Lively walking in that line with the Pilgrim in full View panting to get away. The marshal s attention was first called to the Pilgrim on Broadway by a or. Jenkins also of Plymouth. The gentleman informed him that a store had a few nights ago been robbed in Plymouth and that he had seen the sighted and cited Man dispose of some of the abstracted clothing at the second hand store on Broadway opt site the Murdock House. Just then the Quot suspected entered piercers Saloon the mar in a i Foi Lowed to interview him. Now the scriptural quotation is fulfilled Quot the wicked flee when no Man intuitively the Pilgrim wanted to get away so when the marshal reached the Saloon the Man could t be seen. From the Back door it was observed that he was taking o Leary Steps of rapidity Kis nose Point ing due South. The marshal gave Pursuit the Plymouth burglar ran through Messinger amp Bevan s shop reached the Railroad Bridge across the Wabash and took unto himself locomotive Speed to get along the track. Marshal Randall abandoned the Pursuit Here hastened to the fourth Street depot and put officer after him. The officer got into a buggy drove Over Biddle Island caught sight of the fugitive called to him to Stop a Beetle but the depart spirit was t there for purpose. To a a Shotts were sent after him As . Persuasive , but they Only made him reach out for several More feet of fast gliding territory. He reached the goods near the Oil Mill and a the dark umbrage us corridors of nature the Leoin. Man obscured himself from the vision o the minion. Of the Law. That is he House Doluse. In the matter of the estate of Samut Bowsman deceased w. H. Jacks a been appointed Adulin Istratov Bonis non Bond 11,000. In the matter of the guardianship of the minor heirs of Samuel m. Buchanan the guardian tiled a current report of her Trust. Minor mention. Clerk Mcfadin has received the Negishi Tive acts for 1877, and is ready to i tribute them to All county officials who Are entitled to them by Law. The resignation of Robert Kay As Justice of the Peak a was placed in the Coua to clerk s h kinds yesterday to take effect to Day. Nobody went into the anatomical by i Ness yesterday. Not a rib taken. The allowances by the circuit Coar for the april term just ended for the payment of jurors Etc., amount to 465�.vj the second Day s be Sion of the county commissioners commenced yesterday at a. Present the commissioners county auditor and sheriff. The Bora made the following allowances j u Mcelheny goods for 3 the same .8&Quot,� to the same it 7&Quot> b o Spencer. .53 to Quot John Koltz building on Indian Creek. It William Henselman. Briu e of Indian Creek.-27 8�� James a a Mehaffey. Good for pr.2 i Robert k Rhea enumeration in Washington to .13 to Quot g w Neil expressage.6 in j j Birgaman oods for poor.31 Ltd it j a Mehaffey. Cuff in. .7 it a h Mcd Mald gods for poor.39 23 Thomas Ackerman. Masonry work on Indian Creek Logansport Banka or company remit Ting order.13 r r Reed enumeration in Clinion to. 25 00 e e Hillis. Medical it w p Louthain serving notices.2 j 5u s l Mcfadin. Clerk s fees.3 w p a Nathain. Sheirs fees.6 4.� Henry Brookmyer. Goods for poor.22 5 a Thomas it Laie medical services.13 5i> the same Quot a it of w p Louthain. Fuel for court House.7 65 Spring i Robinson. Justice s docket. 5 i it Anna v smut. Refunding his Peters stationery.15 13 Louisa Crockett refunding order.3 44 w p Louthain. Posting j j Birgaman. Enumeration Boone to. 25 e e Willis. Medical 7 a Ifrid Weaver court House yard."25 lulls rejected. Aaron Long s petition for Highway in Washington township. Peter h. Martz Bill for refunding order b. C. Stevens Bill for medical services mrs. P. Hall s Bill for rent of Superior court room referred to Superior court. B. F. Thomas it. Al petition for a pub lie Highway. Michael Wendling s petition for a Highway in Washington township. A High Way. In the matter of the petition of Richard Harley and others for a Public Highway in Boone township. Rei Ort of the View ers Richard it inn Edward Hall and Thomas p. Castle in favor was acceptor. Remonstrance submitted from Daniel an. Henry Heil. The Board appointed George Zimbi Samuel Forlow and l. H Mckaig to review the proposed Highway and assess the amount of damage which i would be incurred by Daniel and Henry Heil. The Board ail turned. The great Success of remove inst worm from children is by using Wallace s National worm lozenges. The f Are Maut of pure materials and the cathartic Proi a erty is combined ill . Once tried always used. Every Box Guara Ateo i to Good or Money refunded. Sold by Leonard and Hoffman. All forms of contagious and malarial diseases prevented and neutralised by the daily use of Terry s salicylic soap Quot the Best in the . Is the place to buy your Bird ci6es, Squirrel Cutles. Hardware a of All kinds a a Asli , fails files saw saw Mill sap Plim Cutler or Etc. This old established irm Are in the Market with a full assortment of the Awve goods and Many others of a like nature sold at Low prices. Give Thorn a Call before making purchases

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