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Logansport Weekly Journal (Newspaper) - June 9, 1883, Logansport, Indiana Weekly rnai Jaul so vol. 35.loganspokt, Indiana Saturn it june 9, 1883.-10 pages. No. 26. C a trip Throns the West. The writer enjoyed a trip through Nicaols Missouri and Kansas last week and a commune coition two with regards to what was seen May be some interest. The object Point in the West was Chanute Kansas where the Neosho Valley press association waa in session holding its yearly meeting. The run from Laga Sporl to is. Louis was made by night and so nothing interest was observed. Arriving at St. Louis the time was put in at that place visiting the sights in company with G. Newell this place. The View St Louis As one leaves the Union depot a not one calculated in make the visitor fall a love with the place the streets Are narrow and the buildings dirty and uninviting in their outside appearance but As one approaches the business part if City the scene shifts As some very flae business blocks have been the chief Points interest a out tee City to a stranger Are the Mississippi River with its levee and Rue High Brit age with the Tunnel running under the City. The Bridge is a source wonder while the grand Mississippi with its steamboats is a sight that will fascinate the average Hoosier. The Wabash fisc be were visited and several persons conversed with Well known in this City among them being the Gei a advertising agent the Wabash Road. Or. Fisher who accompanied the Dib try Over the Road a Short Lime since. G a Call at superintendent Hill s the Vandalia Road the writer we Ven an opt Unity viewing a plan for a Vandalia depot that Possi by May be located at this City. I will be a neat gothic building a Atoy in height having two waiting Roome each Twenty by Twenty feet. Between these rooms will be i Cate to a ticket a Fol e and a lunch a orca at one end the Bui Diug will be located the baggage room a Bike a the other end will be the Cloi ets. Or. Hill stated that the depot would be locate Dat one two Point either at the crossing sixth Street with the Road Bridge Street l Iii it pea it with the Cossius tiie . With regard to the Extension he state it i that the Beers the Road were now debating whether the Road should be ran to Michigan City South Bend. In either Case the Road Wigt a d be run in the Lake As it was the intention the Road develop tue Coal mines along their line and the like would Heip Triem in Thi. Or. very Pleasa Uii to Caird oif ii is in i has a residence in the fast Nab it i re the City be stud his a Greet inter is in log Spart Aud Eriq lires very particularly with regard to matters about the City fibrin i. Wai Hill is Hod ing a very lucrative a Well he important Railroad position. T tier Kleia an an Logansport boy is holding a cases Quot the St. Luis chronicle. Biddy Burns the Young plumber who for a Long time kept the Logansport police Busy was noticed the s Reet. The trip from St. Louis to Kansas City was made Over the Western division the Wabash Road which by through some very Good a Ming in a Kansas City the Western Conica go is a thriving place situated among a Bevy Nilio it has very picturesque surroundings the Kansas River a very Fine body water moves along through the place. The evidences have not yet All been removed showing where the recent High winds touched a portion City. At Kansas City the Kansas City Lawrence and Southern Kansas Railroad was taken for Cli Aunte where the editorial convention was in session that place was reached wednesday evening just in time to with to it. E closing scenes the convention. Among the editor a present at the yearly meeting the Neosho Valley press associations were Meu from Indiana Iii Lois Pennsylvania Ohio. Kentucky Missouri and Kan said. The town Chanute and its Eit zins threw open their Halls hotels and private residences to the visiting men Ienn ing. That wednesday evening a Nome entertainment was give in the put a Lic Hall fur the Benjii. Of the v swing editors. The operetta Kate Ca. Who Kiven Home Talent to Fier which u banquet was Given at the not i stud later Stul a grand by Canaut is typical Kansas town in pop Latsiou it is nearly five thous nil and la age ten years. Col. Carpenter at prs it Revenue collector Kubu As Auu a Ari Indian territory a out the i St interested m laying i i be town a i waa present during the convention Gnu took great pleasure in a to win Tran pm about the Tow tie is h Bromer Jabr. Carpenter and i inc in in 1 a Chi service during the iat Lor Iii a Oulu try. A tip cute i a a Ted Abu. Oae bundled aul Twenty six mile month Weott Kane amps City and itt he -. Founded by some very flue farming and grazing land. As the people in Thi s 3 towns have to depend to a certain extent the products the country for their Means a livelihood a Fine prosperous town indicates that Good farming land surrounds the place. Chanute supports two newspapers and has Many substantial business blocks and neat residences. Nearly ail the houses Are built close to the ground for safety during the High winds that frequently sweep Over the country. Occasionally one could be seen that was full two stories High the owner the latter was evidently More Brave than his neighbors and Jii not fear the Kansas blizzard. The ride from k Ineas City to Chanute was made decoration Day and All along the line could be seen at the towns passed the out in uniform with arts it bands and speakers their Way to the City the dead to cover the Graves the soldiers with reathes Flowers thursday morning the editors who had been enjoying the hospitality the citizens Chanute were taken Board an excursion train kindly furnished by the Beers the Kansas City Lawrence amp Southern Kansas Road and taken a ride Over their Road going to the most Southern Point the line that being Harper City. The train was in charge general Passen Ger agent s. B. Hynes a Man who during his one year s connection with the Road has made a line record he was assisted by A. Med Nouga travelling Pas Kiiker agent a. a ble assist int general freight agent and w. D. Hynes. Passenger ageist for the Road at Indianapolis al a a be in did every thing it their Power to Asnake the trip a pleasant one. The train reached Harper about 2. P. M. Thurs Day after Nooe and the excursion lists were met at the depot by the citizen a Harper i d by the Harper Corset band Fellows Mason in and the City officers and mayor and escorted to the icy Hail where a filmy pious Bau Hiuet was spread do aug the dinner Liaty mayor Jacob Manger ii an speech welcomed a l to Quot Harper. Speed Hes were made by Gen. Rice president the association and Many the visiting editors. A vote thanks was pro posed to . S. R. Hayes general passenger and ticket agent the Kansas City Lawrence a Rbra a place this Well in Loci am Thern Kafiras Railroad and other Railroad finials and employees that the party and it was received by the association with three times thre cheers. T in assj3t-tion and visiting editors Arv it be in a body and thanked the citizens Harper their kind Welcome and grand banquet. Each and every one declared that the a Hort time spent m Harper would al Vays to main a Green spot in their memories. All expressed astonishment at the Progress Harper has made in the six years fit Exi truce. There Are now 00 buildings in course Eom petion. Among these Are fix two Sory business House s. The citizen have Jast no a we secured at great exp me All the Trail reaching to Barb cd county. That makes Harper a prominent cattle shipping Point from this . Mayor Munger and a coming reception was Given the editor. The stage the opera House was one Bink Flat were and the entire build aug outside and in was beautifully decorated with banners Bunting and Flowers speeches Welcome were made by tiie mayor acid Many prominent citizens and responses by the visitors after which an adj it Manmeet was taken to the banquet Hali. Toasts were drank and responded to professor Bell Indianapolis speaking for Ludiana a m. Oliver Cardington o., a peaking for Jio B. Holding Paris jil., for Rhino is and Geo. Rice for a ctr kac., for Kau Saa. The a Piquet was Oce a Mew to be remembered in account the decorations the bail the Raie and costly Flowers Orna menting the tables and the fax epic Onaley file and abundant Supply Good things for the palate Friday Mori Jing the excursion train moved to Independence Kansas a place four thousand inhabitants where dinner was served the editors were royally feasted at this place. Independence has one daily newspaper and three weekly newspapers and is a thriving place. Friday evening the excursion lists took supper at Hanni Bald and arrived in Kansas City saturday morning when the party broke up each going to his Home the trip was a most enjoyable one and the Kansas City. Lawrence amp Southern Railroad and the very Kansas will Long be remembered by each the persons who were so fortunate As to have been permitted to make the trip. Kansas Bas Many Indiana people within its Borders at Loia . Brosier and several others who lately went to Kansas Are located. At this place they have a hot Spring which they claim does wonderful Tai pigs in the Way curing diseases. I seems but a p p3 was driven Down into the Earth for water and when it had reached a depth feet a in w Gas and Grater resulted. By Toul Hinig a match to the a s Zomick from the Ydea Blue flame is pc duct. With each alternate Puls Atic n the Well comes Forth a Jet water and then one g is. Or. Brosier who went away from Logan sport account his health is said to have fully recovered from his trouble by the use the water coming rom this Lola Wel. The gentleman in jog Oft by the same Tuey have this gae for lighting and Cooke to Pur pc see about his House by the use a pipe coming from the same into his residence. To log everything into consideration Kansas at least the Eastern and Southern porn ions k in Sasie a it orious it i Eti 1 Viil its Uii limited resources is a fit for a Man to Jive. This state witness a Grea change in the next ten year. A every Little town along the Railroad could seen going no houses and the spirit improvement was every where manifested. The editors Kansas seem to the gods Coeen people As they live the beet the land Afi Bros a town without two three and sometimes four newspapers is not thought to be up win the times. Hill Lions Van met a. A very plea want social event pare Antly every other citizen Harper came to hand and was enjoyed by a United enthusiastically in making the b nth get and reception an unparalleled 8 chess. Alongside the banquet tables we rearranged i it Ecim Enthof the grass grains and vegetables grown in Harper county. The Blue grass and ren Clover excited and surprised the visitors. It taper City is situated Over three Hundred Miles South West Kansas c by and is the Border the Indian territory. It is a great snipping Point f it a Besto k dealers the i d an c in airy who drive their cattle to Harper and Load them the cars. Of teen not but Admire the Sand Ibe people who live about Harper in going to third new country and braving everything for the Sake having a Nome. About Harper As far As the Eye can reach is a level Plain dotted Here and there with a Bouse and a clump Trees set out. By some enterprising far Mer. Very lit tie Laud yet remains to cd to in a Uutinen it a it Sas As itis Vai Umble Botn fur i Piujing and Graz it Nettie a eat is al headed out and is la thing to the Golden color while the a a urn stands a fut High. There Wii in be a Mil Cro wheat yet a fair crop is exp tto Edlo be harvested. Of t be Way Back the a re unionists sloped one night at Weixiu Tuu a beautifully a tue to l Lorn Iier the Squiti Eastern pm to Kiwi him lain arrived at t n i aleut in. Out c 30 Rbar slav Frei a i g and the u rival found Many the place at the depot a ii mayor Hamilt n to Greet them be editors and Ihu in Fjield were soon Raj it Rorai 14> Arrivi he Aud taken to you Elt Ltd it by goes Iii it i among the Citi-7.-1. -. Ali evening a a a Ryu Idy Gath cd a Ibe re it Richere a Large number persons last evening at the residence . And Man. We. R. Van Meier at the Corner twelfth and Spear streets. The event was the marriage Hugh b. Hill ouse to miss Sadie Van meter. The ceremony Tostik place at 8 clock last evening in the Large Parlours . Van meter s residence and was witnessed by a Large company Komi it Obed the friends and relatives the interested parties. Rev. W. E. Loud Kra in a Short Aud impressive ceremony joined the Young Coupe la the holy buds Matrimony after which the newly married couple received the congratulations and Well wishes their Many friends. A Ter till a Bountiful Aud inv Piug supper was served. Many useful and Beautiful presents were received and a Quot. Aud mrs. Hill ouse s arts out in Marrie i life under the most favourable circumstances. H Ign Hill ouse is a i log Man Weil Kuo Wii to All l >eansp9rr peo it As he has Long been a resident it the place. He is member the l it in an Grey s company and Bas a Good p so re with the Logani it Ort company. Mis. Quot Adie Vai. Meter it the daughter a a four a Vii k lows people. Or. Aud mrs. Vna. R. Vau meter Aud is Baycu Glady but the us and act Daql bed Aud a favo tire wit j the Young in Eoj in. A. And mr.-. Hill hour a will Board for tiie pre out but intend shortly to a a it to housekeeping in the rooms the Smith building Broadway now Occa Piel t y Newt m Jack . The Juturna i offers congratulations and bit . Aud mrs Hill ouse my i hic a r Anil Iii to sea Wiik Rucoly. A a Llu the Grad nates. The to Fordsville Journel in speak Lik Aisig the Ripe College gradual t at this season the year become a habit the press Toj poke fun at the aspiring College in Date. He is ridiculed because his Delung u it themes relating to anti Ity and ancient history. His impassioned oratory is burlesque and his aspiration and ambitious Are Deri ded. It the same time those who have had the great Good Fortune to bad the Benefit 9 co log education forget altogether that they have pressed Brough precise Exi Erreace themselves imagined that the Gaza the multitude w�z.8 fixed upon the extensive secret society badge that Dargy cd at his Lapel like the decoration some hereditary grand Duke. They have thought that the orld Hung breathless the result their priz contest. They have sen the Day when they Lave thought the wit Sidney Smith was Pale and spiritless beside the scintillating humor their class jokes and Isdoll songs. A boy without Enthus asm is a milk Slop. If be did not take an absorbing interest in his class record Bis contests one sort another even Ilia base Ball match he could be a Fey net Down As an indolent Elf Emin ate Yodts who would do Little in the world notwithstanding his opportunities Ait advantages. Underneath All the a Harp jokes and Lough comment there is in the heart the newspaper Man a kindly feeling for the boys who imagines Bis greek and latin much More important than civil Sei vice Reform who discusses abstruse Sui jct and settles All the vexed Questi Oua in society and politics once and for All in the debates Bis literary society. He inwardly admires his Clear Ken Eye his Graceful bearing his Frank honest face and his youth Ful Hope and Energy. He wishes him Success and l e a nows that time will soften Bis faults and give him the Wisdom that comes with the Haid knocks be must receive when he meets in baud to hand con flies with the world. He knows that even the College graduate must grow . He cannot escape the burdens that Ciyi upon the shoulders Alk he own and get Bald headed / obese As the years and Vanc e. Yet out such stuff have the heroes the world Many them at least been formed. The names the greatest statesmen scientist lib raters and artists May the found among the names the alumni our universities. _ in tier from Kannatt. Editor journal would you l e so kind As to allow space in your paper for a few lines from an Friend Ald a member the company commanded by the late Nelson ? in was with a sad heart that i read the announcement his death in the journal that some Friend so kindly sent it brought to my mind Many incidents that occur red duing Long term service with one whose death we Are now called upon to mourn. It has always been a great desire my part ring our Many years reparation 10 Agam grasp the hand Aud hold Sweet Cion a w it the Noble and Brave hearted one who to nobly commanded Cut. E the 29th ii d. V. A. But Ala such a meeting can never be he is gone yes gone to join the grand army hat have gone before us there to await our coming gone to meet friends Aud relatives who fell by Side the Field Battle. Comrades in is Only a question time with us. One by ont we will follow our cum Iander to that unknown w a d. May our Road be As Clear Ai d unit led the that t f the Noble Brave Aud ii serous hearted Captain Bennett always at his poot doing his duty a Floii Bingly regardless Jaeger in Auy f it pm. As a lire officer he was s cond to none Jud was capable. And nig 1> Destarr vice Mich by Ter rank Man that Whin he Neld. Being a met it St no Tuie. And ote who never f big Seif Forward his True Torii u toe great struggle for Freedom was never appreciated As it to hould Bat been. With a Nean full love it i it us try Reed pm. Be entend the a race no t a in a View be coining tii it the but to r Oue try and Faiia fully Glit Lily b a Ilie Nis Cou Uii. 1 would Cugh s to a the few slut Ajr left oui titi co that it now our duty to Luisiii v i our Jove Foi our d commander a Rai Piug a Cut Ubrun Tiou to a a is. If not a noisy in erecting Amon umut to his memory. Can my not 11 this Way show out c one who treated us us Kissiy and took sick bold Stan s for the rights Aad Comfort Bis men i am far from debug Rich in this worlds oods but i will con tribute my mite and deem it a pleas ure to do so and i think ail the other would so the same. As most us live a the Logan up r. Cil i meeting and a Tiki can be done onem Ember . A. M. It Asaban is h Topeka Kan another j. T. Faus a borne City Osborne co. Ken. A vital la att Eupr Aipa. Aug tribute la oui 1 i c a. R it Pec 1 1 a j Wils k. A i . K u maj 3m, 83 another Bridge a Rocs the Wabash River a movement is foot among the Farmers Washington and Tipton townships for the location another Bridge across the Wabash River above the City. This prot Jet is also backed by several prominent business men Logansport and at present it looks As though such a thing might be possible. Tobias Julian and Noah s. Laros e Are among those who a a urging the matter. Their plan is to have a Bridge put across the Wabash River at the South end seventeenth Street to connect that Street with the Road running South through Tipton and Washington townships. It is thought by so doing a great portion the Trade that goes from this Section the county to Peru can be brought to this City. This Road running South will join the Tipton township Pike and there make it convenient for the Farmers to part the county to reach Thi City. Three petitions Are being circulated and All have been signed by a great number. Each person signing these petitions agrees to subscribe a certain sum Money to Forward the per jct about $1,500 having already been subscribed. These petitions will be presented to the county commissioners during their present ses Irion and the commission ers will be asked to locate the Bridge and donate a sum towards helping along the work. A meeting those interested in the matter will be held Friday evening at the fifteenth Street engine House and is requested that there be a Large attendance. The Bridge if located will Cross the River just above the pan handle shops. It is claimed by the Farmers Southeast the City that the Road running Down to the third Street Brilt age in a great part the year almost impassable to loaded teams. The citizens the Bast end Are quite Entliss Mastic and it is probable that at no Distant Day a Bridge will Span the raging Wabash at seventeenth Street. State Indiana is. We. Rosenthal. In the Case the state Indiana is. William Rosenthal the prosecution occupied All tuesday in introducing their witnesses. The testimony was decidedly against the defendant. Thomas Austin was tie first witness who was called to Identie the brass found at . Rosenthal s be table Ament As to the property the pan handle company. Charles Kepler who waa at one time in the employ . Rosenthal testified to the Lect that be had seen . Rosenthal buy Iron and brass the Young boys who brought the stuff to the storehouse. He also testified As to Bow he had been instructed by . R to pack the Railroad Iron and brass for shipment. John Gallagher the t to d that he had at different times gone to . Rosen Thal recovered Rov belonging to the pan handler i loud company Aud restored it to the rightful owners. The testimony the three boys brought from the Plain Field school was very damaging to the defense. They All testified to about the slime Viz that they bad at different times stolen brass and Iron and taken it to . Rosenthal s establishment and sold it. That they bad stolen the great a part the stuff from the pan handle Railroad. That . R. Had never refused to buy the stolen Iron but bad rather encouraged them in their thefts. Oue More witness remains to be introduced by the prosecution . Ross after which the defense will introduce with Lessee for their Side. They Bave they claim about six Strong witnesses whose testimony will put a different face the matter. One the lawyer for thed Trense recently went to Plain Field and to it it a the Der s tons the t oys and it is Sai i that their Story then a elated very greatly from the one they told in the court room yesterday. The Case is attracting considerable Atten and the court room Eash Day has quite a crowd Spectator. Second Dav. In the Case the Sute Indiana is. We. Rosenthal for receiving and concealing stolen goods the examination witnesses s Ili continues. During the Forenoon yesterday Young Vigus Downey Carroll Aud Maite were put upon the stand. No new evidence was brought out. Rii their declarations were Lite the Day a fore decidedly against the defendant. S. T. M icon Nell Tooa the stand just be Ore dinner and read the evidence the Plainfield boys As gathered by him at a recent visit to Pizii Field Vebere he questioned the la i. W is a exp noted hat this new evidence As secured by him urdu d change tie nature their testimony by , but Tea Quot. Imp Tea Nice was shown i it to a Jare Meir a a re a al Les Timaury a Given during the trial. The Oij cd Luo it to amp Felt in a Pic to be to he jew that air. Rosenthal knew nothing the Purchase the Railroad Iron and that it was taken from the boys by other persons about the . During the afternoon August fiddler who is also under indictment for receiving and concealing stolen goods was placed the stantly. He is the strongest witness the def Zise la. He to the effect that he had received Iron Aud brass from the boys and had made no attempt to conceal the same after he bad purchased it. He said he had been warned by a. Rosenthal not to Purcha a Railroad Iron. He said . Rosenthal had no knowledge what was going and that he and the other men about the establishment nearly always took in the sold Iron and bras when it was brought there and offered for Sale. Or. Dyke Man read the the Fri n by f id Der As Given by him before the grand jury. A part this somewhat conflicts with his testimony yesterday Robert Ray was put the stand Aud was questioned with regards to tb6 barrels containing the plunder being covered up the Day the search was made by the officer. He testified to the effect that the barrels had been covered up by a Quantity rags which he himself had healed to the Stabl Osbment and be did not think that they were covered up with the intention concealing them. John Conrad another employee . Rosenthal s Esta bushmen testified that during his employment at the warehouse he had never seen handled any brass belonging to the rail Jaa company and knew nothing atm it at the Matt it a. Just before adjourning court Walter Rosenthal son the defendant was placed upon the stand. He by his testimony attempts to show that he is the one who is responsible for the Purchase the Iron and brass brought to the warehouse As he did All the buying Aud trading and his father knew nothing what was Gouig . His testimony will continue to he Haid this morning. Think Day. The evidence Walter Ros Euchal was continued to b3 Beard thursday morning. His testimony was All to the effect that be was the one who did most the buying Iron and brass from the boys and his Essther knew nothing what waa Goin a. He stated that the business the establishment for isl was f180,000, and for the year 1882, about $160,000. Only a Small amount brass was bought and would not sum no to More than $175 a year. The testimony a practical machinist was introduced to show that the brasses purchased by the Rosenthal establishment although marked by the letters p., Amp St. A and c., Amp i. A. Might be the property another Road. Judge chases. A Vauhn John Ingram s. L. Tati by and c attain Hardy testified As to the business standing . Rosenthal in Thi Community and said to his general reputation As a Law abiding citizen was Good. The prosecution put much stress the fact that the brass found in the barrels was covered with rubber and other Litcht materials. The defense produced the evidence several dealers in Iron and a ass who testified that the Only Safe Way to ship head material like brass was to partly nil the barrels with Home elastic material. William ro5<entha, the defendant in the Cash was put upon the witness stand at about 4 p m. On being ques Tio red by his counsel d. B. Mcconnel he said my business in Logansport a that a dealer in Wool hides Iron brass Etc. His position in the establishment was that seller. He bought All the Wool. Did not buy any Iron Small articles tended to the shipment. He stated that he never it kit sgt t any Iron brass the to a denied the Story Carroll to tie Tiffit Tuat he had i ought Railroad boxing Iii and put it in a Driver also the Story cart i that be had furnished the lad with a sack with which to Brink the Iron and brass to his place also that he had not instructed t a boys to break the brass Railroad losing up before they brought it to the warehouse. In a word . Rouen bal denied All knowledge the baying brass and Iron from the boys now confined at Plain a eld and Emp Bati Caily denied All the stories the boys and testified to the Eftee that he had nothing whatever to do with the Purchase Iron and brass. On being Cross examined by Dykeman he again stated that he knew nothing the buying Railroad brass. He said be did not see the soda fount which so much has been said until it was broken us by the boy. Or. Dykeman then pin the question Quot did not a . Hutchins the i0 h Day March buit. Come toys u and Tell you not to Bay brass Bis son to this Quee lion m. R Atka he Quot he did not Quot . A use Jiin Tiit unwed to the court hit . Hut ibis not attend ouf to at to e time but his Testi Mony it Eui would be Auch As to it impeach the . R. With regards to rho above mentioned Lack court then a j i Ltd. The int irony is not Iti f to Lue prosecution Ana Ihil de end i. Tue Ltd team it Iuis in the i .&Quot. Oil tit a in orning piv.4fci t r a s by Ilg first to Aid vees Ilse j j

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