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Danville Hendricks County Republican (Newspaper) - March 11, 1886, Danville, Indiana vj ' e TO THE 22, MARCH 11, 1886. PER OUT to close ont my entire stock and Now la the time lor sucb bargains as never heard of In E. side W. toilet Kerosene K. furnishers mi Paints and usually kept in a drug Side are to old customers with anything id the Livery Line on shorts notice and at day and Bought everything usually found in a for Vannice town - - candidates for county offices are heard of every few Blake have purchased of H. T. Condee a new Taylor have of private money to loan for one of was in Danville Sunday visiting Danville K. of P. Lodge will visit Lodge Ladoga in the near lor the I. St. L. Address B. 4 5t: are making preparations for a first-class club in coming painters in at their meeting last Saturday failed to agree upon a schedule of very property for on Main For call Dr. J. B. 2 25 3t. are under obligations to S. F. Wish ard for a report of the meetings of the Y M- and Y. W. C seen several times within the past days a bald eagle on the fai m of J. W. near V. of Democratic candidate for is in the county looking after his the is prepared at all times to cry at a reasonable Ind. 2 4 3mo. number of the young folks enjoyed last Thursday evening at Mrs. Henry They report a very pleasant A. 15- Chaffee will preach in the next nnd All are cordially Sam 6f base ball left the first of the week tor the where his club will play a number of exhibition candidates lor the township offices got in a good work on last A large number of voters from the country were in Monday night U. 0- Brewer closed a of ten days continuance at resulting in twenty-six additions to the Scratches and Itch cured in 30 minutes by Woolford's Sanitary It never Sold by Nichols Bros. Ind. 4-9.iyr. useful present to each purchaser ol one dime's worth of Mrs. Early R if er Made Yeast E. H. agent for the two good men to canvass lor the sale of the Singer Machine in Hendricks Apply td the office in 3 ii 2t. J. W. Nellie one of last year's from visited friends in Danville for the past with a number of her were the J quests of Miss Monie Miles last M. Griggs returned last from his trip to He likes the country and will move family there within the next six will locate in Wichita engage in surveying are not yet your hair is getting Your friends remark your wife regrets it Parker's Hair Balsam will stop this save your hair and restore the original and Exceptionally prevents a perfect I. M. Silvey leaves this week for in search of a new Mr. Silvey has resided here but few yet by his energy and business ability he has been a great benefactor to our and iwe hope he will yet conclude to remain iti Mattie Terry wishes to announce the public that she is prepared to and make on short All want stich she would be to have them call on at No. West Marion or she will sew the is that nicest surroundings in bad There people about to-day with one foot in the graven to a do more sood than all doctors have ever B- Nicholson has a first-class cane coming ' and with his ments he as good T. the taxidermist who purchased a bald eagle of Marshall Gorl rell a few weeks displayed very skillful in stuffing and mounting the It was on exhibition in the window of the banking house of Crabb a few days last considerable Jt is a fine specimen and reflects much credit upon Mr. Hawkins as a Wayland and of Washington arrived in Danville Tuesday and remained with their parents one when they left for Washington where Mr. Wayland has been tendered 0 position as clerk in the Postoffice Mr. Wayland is still a true and obtained his position under the having passed the required of was robbed on last Thursday in the city of of The money had been on deposit in Crabb Co's and on Thursday morning Mr. Cuff drew it out for the purpose of loaning it to some one in ihe He carried it in a book in an inside of his and hail not been in city but a short time ne went into a saloon on Louisiana Street and was soon relieved of all he had except Mr. Cuff claimed that a. man by the name of John Jones got the nnd caused him to be Jonts confessed his but the money not be L. is the programme for the next to be held at the residence of Mrs. on Monday Dress S. C History of and Mrs. 6 Roman to roll-call will consist of - V -A is no at Ws home in r 9th, at 6:20 a. 3 He Pa. - He came and ad Vettied a miles east of place he Idf iome his attention to r was an excellent mechanic te It is said the first fine made in Hendricks Co. living in Belleville he lost his first fahala whom he was January 31, 1841. To them were On the iSth of was married to his now bereaved jpn eight children were born to of his children had better in early manhood as his from whom he He lived in the most with his brethren of the St Episcopal with to which he r. of and the of latter harge of the which takes the M. E. pastor will conduct appropriate t the and the beautiful of the order will at the e had in poor health since For a there was emed 10 be a promise ot at but later im which he suffered until leased His life was was a true an and indulgent was most heard a from rite blessed the which Dra trom that they may and the do Board of the M. E. resolutions Maich term of the Circuit Court failed to convene on last The witnesses and lawyers were but no On Tuesday morning the judge also failed to put in an and Clerk McClelland visited Indianapolis for the purpose ot learning the Judge Ayers was engaged in a trial which will likely occupy his attention the remainder of the The attorneys interested in the case deceived his Honor by telling him the trial could be disposed of within three which given him time to be present at the opening of the at this The attorneys of Danville on learning the impromptu meeting ior the purpose of discussing the R. Blake was chasen and after nearly all the members had expressed an it was agreed to follow the section which authorizes the sheriff and auditor to appoint a under certain and Charles Foley was selected and appointed to preside until Judge Ayers Only formici matters will be disposed such as calling the making up the trial the filing of etc. Judge Ayers has greatly impaired the business of the and it is thought by many that it would have been niuch better for him to have called a halt in the case he is engaged and give if a new trial at the next rather than to continue it to the injury of the entire in Hendricks No criminal cases will likely be tried at this Board has heard wtt 9f;.Bro.-J^es ot That in his the church has lost a useful aBli our community a good his wife a kind and his affectionate That we extend to his wile and family our 5yniihy ini this hour of and assure them are their so far as is possible we attend the these resolutions bp spread on our copy be sent to his 8, 1886. It has pleased our Heavenly remove from among us our beloved and Bennie C. As our school has lost an and an earnest and we deeply deplore his iore be we extend our heartfelt y to the bereaved and with bow to the decree of an That a copy of these to the family of the also to the county papers for D. ' Sadie School and S. S. Convention to be held in this place March 17 and 18, the programme ol which appears in another column ot this will be an opportunity that none of you can afford to State W. said to be one of the best and most efficient S. S. workers in all the will be here all the we look for J. and J. B. oi the first State other district S. F. has spent a year in organizing county work in the State of will be with say and let ' us have such a time of refreshing as before in this up let not old Hendricks lag C. W. Preset ' Alice the providence of 's visited home brother Chase and taken from them a the church an and from the a faithful we truly sympathize im God may strengthen them blessed tlf of the Church and F. p. Bells M. J. Money To of home money 1 of ' r Of at Dan will at iV knd take them as l unsh The Conference of Y. M. C. A. and Y. W. C. College for met according to the announcement of the on Friday the 5th at the M. and closed its session on Sunday above is the English translation of the Japanese name for the Y. M. or rather for an association so identical in character and work that they are the same in and may be considered as and was given by our Jap friend with the unpronouncable one of the delegates from Wabash it is rather ornate and expressive of the Oriental imagery of it met with universal favor among the and contains a beautiful and upon their by the efficient Committee of Arrangements from the Normal and shown to their homes opened to them during their stay by the hospitable of our The Reception Committee did its work and every visitor made to feel at home from the Conference opened with twenty six delegates from five and a number of visitors freih a This was by fM too There will next It was conducted by ot New of this department of the Y. M. C. and J ohn G. Chairman of the work for Miss of was elected secretary of the the as published was The sessions were largely in the when standing room was at a The Normal adjourned the usual Saturday session and thus gave the students an opportunity to lie Our citizens and christian workers were and appreciated the discussions and enjoyed the enthusiastic way in which young men and women are taking hold ol active religious The discussions were earnest and The singing was a and was of the ringing gospel G. A. McQuoun led the and Mrs. the skillful organist of the M. E. presided at that duetts and tettes were sung by Mrs. laisses Young and and Saxon and The pastors of the various churches were present and frequently entered into the Sunday morning L. D. Wishard conducted a union gospel service at Cumberland Presby terian consisting of that the Baptist and First John filled the pulpit Methodist which was followed V by ' the of the Lord's On Sim day afternoon a gospel meeting for men was held at the M. E. where three young men expressed their determination to Christ as their Savior and and at the same hour a meeting held at Presbyterian adjourned Sunday with a farewell which was attended by au overflowing were present from a distance both delegates and seventy-five to one hundred sent thirteen delegation Danville people were delighted with their and them to return whenever can do as community toa entertain such as we reap the greatest blessings attending i The brief of a feast for every christian .is swer to individual and mission every in Episcopal every Sunday as 10:30 a.m. M. a.m. Class W. 2:.?oi'. M. Sunday C. E. Dr. W. - Mk W. K. Thursday of each 7.-30 First Monday 7:30 Board All are cordially H. is no use going to Indianapolis or elsewhere for your fall suits when better bargains can be obtained at proprietor of the merchant tailoring and gent's furnishing is prepared to suit you His goods are with great care and the assortment is the best can not be ' His line of as all wool and Marino silk and linen collars arid will compare favorably with stores ia large cities and the prices are just as in anything in the way or furnishing don't fail call on MR. - Side Public - FishT B. of has a. of German Carp for ages running Irom two to three years Those desiring to start a fish should on or address E. B. Box J 80, at an early and will yon a ol goods that will put ol more money in Both ot n con at home aod work m sparu or ail Capital not We will irt in the old ruts for so many as Miss at the best things ' the Conference are which can be But is every reason to lieve that not only the delegates went Itome ta pul the thoughts in but is that in associations in the in the the of be a. new i life aeal talent and ot the W. and it wjt
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