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j, 3,,?*-*,,^,. J^r,,,^ VOL. 171. LOGANSPORT, INDIANA, WEDNESDAY HORNING. APKIL 8, 1891 DUNLAP'S Celebrated Hats THE OLD SOLDIERS. Opening of the G, A. E, Celebration at Decatur, 111, S T I F F and SILK B E S T M A D E, SPRING STYLES Now on Sale DEW ENTER, The Hatter. Veterans from Many Places Take Part in the Exercises—Observances in Other Cities. COirRADKS GKEET EACH OTHER. DECATOH, 111., April 7. — Power's opera house, one of the handsomest in the state outside of Chicago, was filled Mondaynight by the citizens of Decatur to witness, the opening of the twenty- fifth anniversary of the organization of the first post,G-. A, E.,in the country. The opera house has a seating- capacity of 1,000. and every chair was occupied. Dunham post, which is the outgrowth of original Post Xo. 1, occupied seats on the stage, the Woman's Relief Corps being given the center tier of the parquette. There were 355 members present. At 8:30 p. in. Mayor Kalian, commander of the post, one of the charter members of Tost No. 1, called the post WITHIN OUB BORDERS. Column of Fresh News from Indiana Cities and Towns. Suiting, i Spring Pants, Spring Overcoating, The nicest, prettiest patterns ever shown, just received at JOS. S, CRAIG'S. the an- se- Ladies' Cloth top Shoes And new Low Shoes. Come in. Popular Prices. WALKER &RADCH. ils- 420 Broadway. WILL T/: ^*-^ ~* «->W«». ^--^. »^- O'—.l.l-G.X r COUGH BRONCMTIS. [-CATARRH , IND. ONCEMORB I would like to say to you, if you are thinking of getting something built for Spring or Summer wear LIVING CHARTER MEMBERS. to parade-rest -and explained to assemblage' the occasion. The nouncement was followed, by a lection of national airs by Woodman's orchestra. As the old familiar war airs were rendered the post broke out in its old-time ferver, especially when "Marching Through Georgia" and "Tramp, Tramp, the Boys Are Marching" were given. * Rev. J. A. F. King invoked Divine guidance an d gave thanks in . an appropriate prayer. Ex-Gov. Oglesby came ' upon the stage at the conclusion of prayer and as he took his seat' among the boys was greeted with cheers by the post, the audience prolonging the welcome. The reading of general order No. IS, issued by Commander Veazey, announcing the simultaneous observance of this occasion, was read by Rev. Mr. King, supplemented by the address of the commander, which was also read by Mr. King, the entire audience remaining upon its feet. Miss Belle Steele, daughter of Maj. Steele, of Decatur, sang the "Red, White and Blue, Dunham post coming in on the chorus. Two volumes of MotllO(!lst Appoint men ts. HU.VTIXGTON, Ind., April S.—The Methodist conference closed its sessions Monday. Twelve candidates were received into the conference on trial. Three applicants were granted supernumerary relations. Among the appointments made by the bishop were the following: Fort Wayne District—Presiding elder, A. E. Mahon. Fort Wayne; Berry Street churcli. Fort Wayne, W. M. Vandyke; St." Paul's dim-en, H. Bridge; Simpson church, J. M. Driver; Trinity church, W. H. Wones; Wayne Street chareh, G. N. Eldridge; Hunlington, &• H. Hill; Sheldon, J. C. White, Jr. Goshen District—Presiding elder, D. C. Woolpert, Goshen; Eikhart, W. D. Parr: First ehurcb, Goshen, C. C. Albertsen; JTlftfi Aveiiuo church, 0. S. Harrison; Hamilton, A. V. Knepper; Lima, JL. W. Riuehart; Milford, J. I. McCoy; Waterloo, J. M. Dewes. Kokomo District—Presiding elder, W. S, 3urch,r-Kokoino; Mulberry Street- church, Kokomo, W. H. Daniel; Markland Avenue church, J. A. R. Gain-Ing; Broadway church, Logansport, H. J. Norris; Market Street church, W. S. Boston; Wheatland Street church. H. A. Davis; Noblesville. C. G. Hudson; Peru, E. L. Seomaiis; Tipton, E. F. Hasty; Westfleld, E. Holdstocl;. Munclo District—Presiding elder, B. A. Kemp, Muniiie; Dunkirk, j. N, Lewis; Mont- Feller, J. S. MoCarty; Mnncie, C. N. Wade; Pendleton, A, G. Reeaman; Selma, F. A. Hob- Insoa; Winchester. J. A. Lewellen. Richmond District—Presiding elder, T. Stalter, Richmond; Cambridge, T. D. Sharp; Cen- tervillc, M. J. Magor; Fountain city, C. Cissel; Middletown, M. A. Harlan; New Castle, C. H. Brown; Portland, J. W. Welch; Richmond First church, E. E. Neal; Grace church. M. Mahon: Union City, J. E. Ervin, Warsaw District—Presiding elder, C. W. Lynch, Warsaw; Aron, S.|J. Mellinger; Marion, First church, F. T. Simpson; Second church. L. M. Krlder; Mexico Wabash, A. M. Lamport; Warren, M. H. Mott; Warsaw, S. Light. The Camp Morton Controversy. INDIAXAFOLIS, Ind., April S.—Col. W. R. Holloway, who was Gov. Morton's private secretary during,the war, makes the following reply to the statement of Dr. Wyeth sent from New York: "I assert that every material statement made "by Mr. Wyeth in tne Century magazine concerning the necrlect of prisoners at Camp Morton is absolutely and unqualifiedly false, and that I will be able to prove them so from official sources. There are hundreds ot men still living who are thoroughly familiar with all that occurred at Camp Morton during the time and ii might be well for Dr. Wyeth to await my reply to Ms article before be supplements the Century article. It is evident to me that Dr. Wyeth, who, by tho way, is an eminent surgeon and an author of a standard work on surgery, intends to become the defender of the prison pens of the south and will attempt to excuse the crimes committed by his friends in tUeir .prisons by printing the most infamous falsehoods'about Camp Morton and perhaps* other northern priaon camps. I reiterate an assert in the most solemn manner that I wi be able to prove every material statement Dr. Wyeth to be untrue." This Week's Attraction We have placed on sale 25 ^pieces 01 Home- squn. all wool Camel Hair DRESS GOODS! In Plain, Stride and Check, for Tailor made Suits. Price all over the State 571 cts t>er yard. Our price for this week Only 39 Cts. Also one case New Combination Zephyr Ginghams, regular price 20 cts. Our price 121> cts per yard. WILER & WISE, Bee Hive No. 315 Fourth Street. Suitings, IN Trouserings, Or Silk Vestings. Top Coatings Order it cow 'tis none too early, and my stock is full up' DECEASED CHARTER MEMBERS. personal war sketches were presented to the post by David S. Shellaberger,. who, in his presentation remarks, stated that he was not a soldier in the dark days, hut he was a patriotic citizen. These volumes are so bulky that :the';> coxild not be brought on the sta.<s£ Commander Karian called upon Comrade and State Senator Johns to respond to the gift. The response was gracefully made. Ex-Gov. Og'lesby responded o a unanimous call for a speech. He made an eloquent appeal for the completion of the national memorial hall and said that-Decatur was the place for it. Commander in Chief of the Order Veazey in his address said he felt that this was the most memorable meeting which the order would ever .have. He was sure .that the fact that Decatur is- the birthplace of the Grand Army of the Republic was enough to make the town famous for evermore in the history of civilization. Messages were received and read from many-posts in the country contributing 1 .sums from $10 upwird for the completion of the national memorial hall in Decatur.' Dispatches announce the appropriate observance, with, war song's and address, of the twenty-fifth anniversary of the organization of the Grand Army, of thai-Republic at the following places: Chicago, New -York, Brooklyn, Washington, New Orleans, Burlington, la.; Lafayette, Ind., »n<l in the following towns lh~ Illinois: V Joliet, Aurora,-Casey, Kanlcakee, Sock Island, Monticello, Jacksonville, Waukegan, Sumnor, Van- I idalia and Bloomlngron. Xot a Source of Much Revenue. INDIANAPOLIS, Ind., April S.—-Th new law which requires the paymen of a fee of one-tenth of 1 per cent, o the capital stock of all associations an corporations filing- articles in this stat has proved disappointing 1 . to th state officers, and it is now cer tain that it will" not prove a source o much revenue. The first month since the law went into effect expired Moa day, and the receipts amoiint to bu ,?1,000. The secretary of state says tha' all the associations filing under the law - show a notable decrease in the amoun of capital stock, while that class which was incorporated only to exist upon paper has ceased entirely to file ar tides. He estimated that the total receipts from the law, will not exceed §10,000 per annum. Sued the State. ISDIAXAPOLIS, Ind., April S.—Frank B. Ainsworth, formerly superintended of the state reform school, once pur chased a tract of land for the state on order of the governor and board of trustees, but found himself personally liable, he says, for the cost,- amounting-, to 814,307.40, owing to the state repudiating 1 the contract. He has since been absent from the state, and only recently learned of the statute authorizing individuals to sue the commonwealth. He brought suit for the money advanced and interest from 1870. The demand aggregates $?30,000 A Remarkable Decision. GOSHEN, Ind., April S.—The s\ipreme court has affirmed the decision of the lower court in the famous DeKalb county cow case, which was tried in this county on a change of venue. A farmer brought' suit against the Lake Shore railroad to recover value for a cow killed by a locomotive. The jury decided against him and gave the railroad a verdict for five dollars and costs, it being alleged that the company's locomotive had been damaged that much by collision witN the cow. ; Forgave HLt Murderer. . ' -TEKRE HAUTE, Ind., April 8.— Charles Alvis, who was stabbed .by Dan Brusher at Kewburg last week, ia dying, and, realizing the fact, he sent for Brusher, took his hand and forgave him. Both men were drinkiag at tha time of the affray. JFlre In Peru, Ind. PERU, Ind., April 8.—Fire Monday damaged Eev. Mr. Huffman's dwelling and barn, together with three .barns adjoining. The loss is 553,600, fully insured, j ^^___ Fell Between the Cars. STIT.LWKLL, Ind., April 8. —Charles Pierson. conductor on .the Grand Trunk, was killed near here Monday, having fallen between two cars and being run over. Sure Death To Cockroaches, Rats, ,Mice, and Bedbugs. FISHER'S LIGHTNING EXTERMINATOR. At Ben Fisher's Drug Store, 311 Fourth St." I WHISTLE FOR D. A. H A U K He has the goods and prices. Best Clock for the money. Best Watch for the money! Best Spectacle for the money. Best work done for the money. No. 41O Broadway. The Jeweler and Optician. D. A, HA UK. f C zirs ENGLISH, RED CROSS DIAMOND BRAND .„_•*' ' THE ORIGINAL AND GENUINE, Tho only Safe, Sure, fat rtlistu Fill for. .1.. tudlc., ™t Drug?l« Mr OMoJMt*-. S^IM M<2£nd frmd W Set HS3 <SM SiSS bow, io»W with bliio ribbon, Tito BO other kind. Atf<M SutotUuOimM ami IntoalaiM. All pllb in piutebo.nl boio, pink wmpperMro drnmronn MMntorfcIt* AtDrni^^ 4«. In swnpB for portionbil-3, tcstJinonijUa, and "Relief f ----- - ' JOHNSTON BROS. 'The Corner Drug Store." Johnston Bros, have removed to the Cor. of 4th and Broadway; ( Strecker Building.) A Full and Complete Line of DRUGS ON HAND PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED,

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