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   Bloomfield Democrat (Newspaper) - May 16, 1890, Bloomfield, Indiana                                 »la.  The  Bloomfield Democrat.  VOL. XXll.  BLOOMFIELD, INDIANA, FRIDAY. MAY 16. 1890.  NO, 9.  Hood's Sarsaparilla  Is a peculiar nicdlciue. and is careluUy pr®. pared by coiii!>etci:t i>harm:icists. Tbo com-tiiaaUonaiid ] n i>(>ri.> n i t Sarsaparilla, Dan> dellon, Maiidr.iko, Wllow Dock, and other temedlml agcnls Is exclusively peculiar to Hood's Sarsaiiarill:!. piv.ng it strength and curativc puwtT i>u; t ruT Ik ottior preparations. A triul wiU convince you of Its great iiM<diciiisl v.-iUic. Hood's Sarsaparilla  Purifies tho Blood  creates aiid ^h:l^l>t■Ils tho appetiie, stimulates the digestion, and pives streugUx to every organ i t the l-ody. 1: cures the most severe eases oi f-nofiila, S lit l:!u-um. Boils, Pimples, and all oti-.t r ;.Ci'ciio:i» caused by impure blood. Py-jH'psia. Biliousness. Headache. Kidnuy and l-ivc r Coni] luints. Catarrh. Bhcu-matisi.'. .-!.d ll:.-it cxiieme tired feeling.  1K>-v: i Sars-ipr-rilLi has helped mo more for i..: rirr.i uro blood than au>thtiig else I u-> ' A. Bai,l, Syracuse, K. Y.  Cror.tDS an Appetite  "I i:,,. d s S:;rs.-.iianll.i to cleanse my blood t;.d u T ."¡jstenu It gave roe a  good ai'i>ctite and Fcciiicd to build me over." e. il Halk, Lima, Old».  " I took Hood's Sarsaparilla for cancerouf lumior. and it began to act unlike anything eUe. It cured the humor, and seemed to tone up tLe whole body and give me new life." J. F. Nixon, raiiiI'iidj;cport, Mass. Bend for boi^k giving t taieniu-its of cures.  Hood's Sarsaparilla  Mdb]rai!drB«Kists. fl:sixror;S. PreiMuvdouly  C. 1. UOOD & CO., Apothccox.e«, Lowell, Mua  lOO Doses Ono Dollar  CORRES RONOKNCE.  DOAKS «'KEEK.  Weather very cool.  Road «rorkiDK ii^ the urd<ir of tbe day.  J. M. BrovkNhIre hae luovod to Casa tows-ship.  Lou C'dOp< r, has btooaie a etllzoD of Ddans Creek now.  The farmer« are all prepaiinir to plant corn in these psrU.  Mrs. Rebecca Hudson, attended the Buptie Ing at Mt /Icn Sundar.  Tho». Terrell, the fruit tree agent of Blootn-field was here last «elk.  Several from this place attended ttie Baptizing at Mount Zion Sunday.  R. A. Hudson went to Bedford Mondav. to work in tlie quaricc. Bob we wish >*u success.  LINTON NORMAL THOUGHTS.  To Cure Kidney Troubles  Use "Dr. Kilmer'* Swamp Root Kidney, Liver and Bladder Cure." It relieves quietly and I cure» tlie most chronic and complicated c«.so«. Price 50r. and il.OO. Pamphlet free. Bing-hampton, N. T. 8old. rccoinmended and guar-antee<l by Druggists. tf  BUSINESS UARDS.  ATTORNETS.  MMSOM SHORT. TB08. VAX BrSEIBK.  S HOBT A VAK BHSKIQK.  ATTOBNEYS AT LaW. . Office—Id NewConrt Honae. Bloomfield. Ind.  AXTELL & TIHMUKS.  ATTOBNEYS AT LAW. Will practice in Greene and adjoining counties. AtMtrmcts a apt^ialty. OlBce in the eoort house. Bloiwifield. iDdianu.  EW MclNTOSH.  ATTORNEY AT 1>AW,  BLOOMFIEt.D. INDIANA. Corresp n<ieno« promptly answered. Will practice it: «»ither ccnrt« of Greene or Owen eonnti««.  Wr. JAI LEMOBfJ,  ATT« »RNEV-AT-LA W.  Claim and reksiom aoest. OSoe- ^orttim .t Corner Public Square, over Kv leigh's drug store. BLOOMK.KLD - - - INDIANA.  PAKK.  Dr. Ramsey r&s^ through thlspUoe Sun-  da v  This place was veil re preso u ted at* the Orove Sunday.  Wra. DeunV »Qd wife wen' to Marc-o.' on Thiir«<l*v.  Thomas Anderson and wit.-. <t Blooaiflel.', were bere Sunday.  David Messenger islvery low with an aticass .  Becovary is doubtful.  David Crusenberry and Ira Cìoail. went to Sway Back Snndav.  Richard Alien is rejoicing over a new dishwasher at bis house.  Evert and Wm. Denur atteuded the baptizing at Rldgepoi t Friday.  The literary waa a Rucceai Saturdiiy nijht . A large crowd waa present.  J. B. .lohnsou lnten<la to go to Chicago, to clerk In a book supply house.  Bucklen's Arnica Salve.  The best salve in the worM for Cu's, Bruiser, Sores, L' leers. Salt Bbeum, Fever Soies, Tetter. Chapped hand*. Chilblams, Corns, and all skin Eruptions, and positively cures Piles or no pay required. It is ^'uaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money refunded. Piice 25 cents per box. For fale by S. Stalcup. tf  W  t.. bLINh ABD.  \T • ORXET-AT-L.AW,  BLOOMFIELD. IND.  WUt practice in all tbo Courts of Coonty. nalBK Deputy Frosecoting Attorney, will repreMntthe Bute in In all case«, where noti> Md. before J astioes of tbo Peace.  w. W. Moffcu C. M.  Moffbtt ft davis,  ATTOKMKrS AT I«AW. KkNMifl^ Indiana. (>aece«ora to Shaw * mm.) Will praetic« law In Oneae eoaatj •rlaavmrt wbera their MrrioMiiu^S« «enlraC. We bave tbe abstrw» books ofov  assiTStSito'î^ii.sssijïSÂÂ  PHYSICIANS.  JB. YOCXG. M. D., • PHYSICIAN A.8ÜBGEON,  Newakk. Isu. Ali.callaattended tedav or ciabr.  Jw. 6ra». m. u„  • PHYSfCIAHAN -^UBGEON,  Bloomfleld, Ind. Ofiee on east side of the sonare i < cqrmer of-■ee Of Cavlns Cavias.  D  &C.CKAVENS,  PHYSICIAN AHO aUBOSOH, Mofftb mám ef tbo Sqnare. Haoatcld. ted.  l>  R. H. R. LOWDER,  >flioe over Eyeleigh's drag store, sooth room. Bloomfield. Ind.  WH. BÜRKE, M. D.,  PHYSICIAN AND SUBiUBOM. •coUaad. Indiana. AH osila ittwi^H M pronptly, day or nigiit.  SWITZ CITY.  tiaiden making Is in full biaot.  Quite a changing of houses in town.  Mr. Ellis has a sick son at this writing.  Strawberries will soon be in tbe market.  Mrs. Kate Lnndey is very alck at this writ-tiog.  Salema Doneryof Bedford, is heie visiting her parents.  Sam Day is working for Polk Ui»r iner. He is a good band.  Mrp. Mollie Meridctb. of Linton. Is visiting relatives here.  Maudie Newman is with her aunt at Linton. We miss ber sweet smile.  Mrs. Bradley Brown, of EfUngham, III., Is here this week, visiting friends and relatives.  Bev. J, F George, of Owensburgh. was In town 'Wednesday nighr. visiting his oieee, Mrs. Gardner.  If some folks in this place don't quit stealing, they will get caught one of these days and it will go bard with them.  There was a colored M. E. preacher in town Wednesday. It was thougbt that he weald preach. We don't know whether he failed to get a place to stay or not, but any way he left on the night train. If it had been campaign time some one would have kept him That shows hew the g. o. p. treats them after they get their votes—even ministers of the gospel.  liv THH STl'WENTS.  Prof. Hhiun's writing class In room No. :t, i» e^iual lo the one in room No. 1  The latin class IS doing exceUent work. I'rof. Allen never tires in instructing his pupils in thii class.  If cats kill rats in ininuteK: how many cats will kill 10 nits in 10 minutes? Don't da « ido too quicU.  Ihomas Wilson takes the lead in the B. history class. TbomM says, ' never put off till to-iiiorrow what shonld be done to day."  'l~hc Normal is pushicg ahead as usual The teuchcrs .ire entbusiistic,and leading the stu-dcuti ov.T a thoroiigh, practl'^al course.  '•Teaching is the most noble work of them all. I f un aiiuel was to come from heaven to earth. It would come «s a teacher." Then cnnotile yourself 'ere you enter the g'and work  The geography chiss, Ui^der the management of Prof. lien Is proKressing nicely. The clafs teems to be tnking great interest. Bis way of conducting the chi8.4 is very good, and wouM l>e a good exani|>l<> for any country tcliool to follow.  The higher arithmetic clasx is taking areat liitere.t. Good work l'eing the only way to success, we should persevere and never weary in wi ll doing. "Ifattlrst you don't succeed, try, try again," Is a good motto for any aludeut to ke»p in view.  The book-keeping class can not he excelled by auy other clas-s in school The work given by Prof. Shinn is good, and we appreciate It. We closovl our flist set of books Friday, find ug our calculations all correct to a cent. Tlie hard work was over alinot-t befor» we knew it. Tlia class heartily join in reconaniending Prof. i>hinn's work and wish him success. Fleeting are the weeks The '•juilKment iiay'' is e.>mirg. Then let each one seek Some good and usefnl learning. For when the day arrives If it flnds us full of fears How sorry we will le If no m.muscript appeals. ' Life is real! Life is earnest! " sang tbe poet' yet he did not mean tnat it was all woik and strife, to il and struggle, that all Joy and happiness were only to t>e hoped for in an un«citain lature, and never in tbe present. He wonld have r.s'-up and doing"'with aheait for any f.ite.' in the sense of seizing »lithe grand possibilities which the present holds within its grasp, doubting naugbt. fearing nothing, but full of the joy ttiat each day will bring to n?, know wc how to Kra.sr> and make t our own  t  well cone.-i)ondent (ii3e Worthiugton,) to come | níTiiin with more of liis n.iD-doodle, de ir doc- ' tor. '  Kd Kiift has lieen mad lor several .'ayK. on account ol a burnt-d loot, the pain is so severe that it caused a delay in Ills wliistlinji faculi-  ti'K.  A Greene County Boy In Washington.  i l'akk, wiiatc M f (>., Wash —lîeilig a citi. ' zou of liiri'iic coimty all my lili\ (t-*< ei>t the lust twoyeaip.) I feci it my duly lo wiiie you, j In regard lo this coni.try aud to let people know i w ho may think of imiiiigratiuK i>>:re lor fu;ure destiny.  ¡TAX ON ClIiARS.  The I inlon VS. Wortliington bas« ball club, , j ictt Bloomfleld Maicli 18«(8. weut to north-plajed a game at the fairgroutds in this plaee^ ^ trii Iwdiaua; reslded there one jear, theui o Inst «un.Iav. Srore, 9 te 11 in favor of Worth-. f,,,,,« iiere, (and ain giad of it.) to trv tlils UiKton. , country.  Ueor^e A. Saniple has leen iflected to do tho ! Park is situaied on a smill lako. Ofiefu colh'cting of ali of P. Bnn's oulslanding ac- | mi:es from Whatconi. Though a sniall village. «ounis and notes. George is a hustitrfor co!-! it does conMderable buslncs», and I think in h leetlng. * few yenrs it will l>e quite a towr.  Tom Kast pun hased a new piano f.r bis U is sur.ounded by favorable opDoitnniUes.  ....."" ' '---' " "" —' and good  i*celle<l for  its cilmate In winter the theiomomcter very aeldom falla lo zero. In sununer, suldom rise  daughters I«et Fr.day, of Emil WuUchn. r of »»»rf. «^11 timbered  Indianapolis J. W. Middleton Is agent fer |"l'«ral. This .ountiy can not he t  Change:» Kcconiiiieiided By Coiii-iiiissioiiei* Mason  ORCIIAKl) AND GARDEN.  THE ROOT KNOT DI3CA.5S.  DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF SUBURBAN AND COUNTRY HOMES.  To Existing Laws Taxing the Manufacturer.  of I.tntor, aid B. Hunt, of  this h< use.  Tom Mtd<lox .......... ,-------------------, , ^ . ,  Sw Pz City, two Ke,ublican aspirants for oHlce. ■ "''"ve leinpeiate; nights always cool Bud re-w< le In town last Satiitday looking afier t heir ! «"»nf^J "««»'l' generally good dear friends interest.  IVlnt Cciiiiiieice litB got to le headquarters for guir.-sucks and hoe downs. It is a wcnder someot tlio cood peop'e of that lown don't ¡ ri»e up In their might. |  Johustown lurnlehed another sensatloH in one of oir Ju^tiec courts last week, fur church aiFimbsnce. The jury hung lire, and was dis. charged without a vertlicl.  Miss Cea Middlelop, and Kose Hummer went toi?peucer last Frlilay morning, to attend the commencement exercises of the high school at that town, returning Moadav morning.  John Darnell and Anna Aydelotte were mnr-rled last Thursday evening, at the bride's parent's residence, in this place, by Rev. R. Kemp. We copgratula'e .John in the wise selection of him- a help-mate to travel through this life.  Tho wife of Dr. J. G. Arnold, who diid at l.i org. last week, was brought to this place last Wednesday, and interred in the cemetery, at thii pl.ice. The family have the sympathy of their Hianv friends in this place, in tbcir sad hours of bereavement.  The school house at Point Commerce burned down last Friday night alK>ut 11 o'clock. Since the bnildinc of that lionse there were Kome persons had an ax to grind, and took revenge by breaking up the windows and door, and committing other deviltry.  The arrangement for the 4th of .Inly celebra tlon by the I. O. O. F , has been under consideration fcr the r^i-t two wefks is now completed and every ccmmlttee has been hssigned his duties. This will be one of the grandest dcn.onstratioiis that has been lieM In thU town.  To Cure a Bad Cough  Use "Dr. Kilmer's Congb-Care (Consumption Oil;. It relieves quickly, stops tickling in the throat, backing. Catarrh-dropping, decline, night^eweat and prevents death from eonsump-tion. Price 25c. Pamphlet free. Binghamp-ton, N. Y. Bold, rcoommended and guaranteed by Druggists. t f  Trastee^s NoUce.  NOnClS Is hereby given to the people oi Wright township, Oreene county. Indiai^ that I will be •*. Jsoaaville on Tneaday of each week during my term of ofllc«. and at my olBce at my residence on Sstnidaya in tbe forenoon, lo transact the bnsiness or aald townahip: and no business wiU l>e transacted only on those daya as provided bv law.  WM. POWELL. Trustee.  Trastee*« Notice.  Notlee is hereby givea to the people of Washington townsMp, Oreene eonnty, Indiana, that I will be St say oAee at my residence on Saturday of es«^ wsck, dnrine my term of office, to transact the kosinessofsaid township, and no business will be tcsnaaeted only on those dsys. as provided by law.  OEOBOE BOOABD.Tr natee.  A Wonder Worker.  Mr. Frank HufTman. a young man of Burlington, Ohio, btatcs that he had been nnder the care of two prominent physicians, and used tbcir treatment until he was notable to get around. Ther pronounced his case to be consumption and incurable. He was persnad ed to try Dr. King's New Disoyery for consumption, eougbs and colds, and at that time was not able to walk across the street without resting. Ue found bef re be ba l used ta»If of a aollsr bottle, that be was much better: be ouotinnedto u«e it aud is to-day enjoying goodhialth. If you have any throat, lung or chest trouble try it. We guarantee satisfaction Trial bottle tree at H. Staicup's drug store. 5  Trastee s Mollee.  Notice « nereby given to the people of Csss •wnslrip. Greene eonnty, Indiana, that I will be at "99 residenoe one mile southeast of Newberrv on Mondays and Tuesdays of esch week terlng mj tern of olBee, to transact the business wi said township, snd no business will be transected only on those days, ss provided by Isw.  JOHN D MOOBE. Trustee.  Trastee*s Notice.  Notice is hereby given to the people of Tavlcr township. Greene eonnty, Indiana, thst I will be «i «yolBoeatmy residence on Saturday of each week, during my term of office, to transset the bashuss of said town^lp. and no business wUl be transseted only on those dsys. as provided by law HENBT BORTGB. Trustee.  Trvstee^s Notice.  Notice is hereby given to tbe peopl« of Grant township, Greene county. Indiana, thst I wUl be at Swits City on each Saturday forenoon, and St my residence, two miles aoath snd one mile east of the precinct, on each Saturday afternoon to transset the business of said townahip.  Wlf. U. DECKABD. Trustee.  Tra«tee*s Notice.  otice is hereby given to tbe people of Highland township, Greene county, Indiana, that i will transact tbe business of aald township at my residence, en any day in the week except Sunday.  mIMON BLAND.Trustee.  N  OWENSBURGH.  The farmers are nearly all done planting corn.  lleadows are looking well in this nelghbor-hoo*l.  Marion Carr has bought preperty and moved to town.  We had a heavy frost two or three nights Isst week.  Ta-Kstee*« Notlee.  BOTICK le hereby given to the perple of Stock • ton township, Oreene county. Indiana, that I will transset tbe bastness of ssld township st my ofBoe n linton, on sny dsy in the week except Knnday.  JOSEPH MOS8. Trustee.  SHperlBteBdent^s Notice.  KeUoe is hereby given that I will be st mv oAee In the conrt house on Bsturday of each week, until farther notlee, to transset sny official business.  WILLIAM M. MOSS. Connty Superintendent Blooaafleld, Ind., June 8tb,l889.  Teacker^s Examlnation.  Notlee Is bereby given I hst I wiU hold an exam-InaMmi far teacher's license on tbe last Hatnrdsy at eaeb month, begining st 9 o'clock a. m in the blcb school room of the schocl house at Bloom-ieM. Ind. WILLIAM M. MOSS.  Coanty Snpsrintendent.  Kloonfleld, Ind., Jnne 8tb. 1889.  mn^fSitSMLMMÌi^ìBM  Notice is herebyjnven to tbe citizens of Kich-land township in Greene county, in the state of Indiana, tbst the undersigned, a resident male inhabitant of said state, over the aee of 21 years, will apply to the board of com-mtssionere of Greene eonntv, in the state of Indianast the June term. lt<9U. of said {hoard of eommissioneni for a license to sell spirituous. Tlnous, malt and all other kinds of intoxicsting liquors in a less quantity thsn a quari at a time with the privilege of allowing the same to lie drank on tbe premises where sold, for the period of one year. The precise locaiion of tbe premises where said liquors are to be sold and drank isaone-storv framebuilding situated on a part of lots 61 and G2 in tbe town of Bloomfleld, Greene coanty, Indians, and more par-tlenlsry described as follows: Beginning at the south « est comer of said lot 01 and running thence south 18 inches, thence east 56 feet snd ten inches, thence i^orth 26 leet thence west se feet fnd 10 inches and thence south to the pisee of beginning, and being one door north of the former law office ot (Javins fc Cavins. in said town.  May 1. léso. ALEXANDER H. DOBBIH8.  Burl Smith ol Avoca. waa visitinc friends here Monday.  Six car loads of lumber were shippe i from this place Monday.  <;t;aite a jumber of our good citizens attended (be show at Bedford, on the I3th.  John Hcston was in town Monday, summoning witnesses in the case of Cha?. Brucii vs, John Carr. for damage.  J. C. Barker sports two of the finest horses in the country. John is a dear lover ot horses, snd knows a good one when he sees it.  Frank McCurdy, the popular wholesale drummer, stayed over Sunday with his family . Frank is a bustler froM way-back.  The boys are talking that the supervisor can't make them work outside the lucoirporate ilmiti of Owensburgh Boys Ilgucss you had better work.  Abe Swango has openeil nji his coal mines, and commenced shipping. Ills coal is of such a superior quality, that it will sell at| any time of tbe year.  Noah Brown started out Monday; seeking the-nomination for county treasurer, Noah is no hand for foolishnass—he don't understand the situation.  There were two horse buyers in our town the other day. They failed to make sny pur ehascs. owing to a disagreement •l>etween the seller and themselves.  The two aspirants for census laker, for the east precinct of Jackson, both think tbey have the appointment. Oae an old soldier, the other s yonngman. scarcely attained his maturity  Peter Lehman, says d—n. such a pension bill as tbe one proposed by congress. He says if that is all tbey c n do for the soldiers after having made tbe promises they did, that he is far nent tiie g. o. p.  SCOTLAND.  Corn is scarce In this community. Peter M. Stone was at Bloomfleld a few day since.  E. I. Ingles Is making another fish pond for his csrp.  "Tbe Jolly Dutcbmsn" was at Bloomfleld last week.  Wm, W. iiummervillc was st bloomfleld, last week.  Considerable bail fell south of this place a few miles last Saturday.  Many of our faimers will this year, use fer tillzer in their corn crop.  On account of cold weather but very little corn has as yet been planted.  T. I>. Blackman went to "PapV on last Sunday to get a fquare meal.  Stone Bros, are so crowded at their mill that they cow run two days in the week.  Abe Hasler and wife were on Sunday, visiting at Wm. Summeryille'f, in Martin.  Our young people attended the U. B. baptizing, at Mt. ZloD, in Martin countv, on Sunday.  Wm. Henderson has mo7cd his family into Oreene county. He is an unterrifled Democrat,  Frank Burke, with paper hangers were here this week, papering tbe Baptist and U. B. churchei=,  Jeptha Moss an<l Lyman Riggs, two pleasant sents of Newberry, were In tills village last week.  Tbe man wto has much grit will not expect tne public to build sidewalks in front of his property.  R. W. Mortland came up from Newberry Saturday, where he is erccting a nice store room for Jno. C. Shirts.  K. M. Vest has greatly improved hii propet-ty by errecting a nice fence ¡in front of bis dwelling on Main street.  BIrs. Nell Ilocbstetler. of Coal City, has returned home alter an extended visit to ber mather, Mrs, P. A. Aiken.  Services at C. P. church last Sabbatli, Bev. Ingles pastor. .Subject, "Forgiveness." Text, Matbew, 6th Chap., 12th verse.  A. J. Dickey, the Snake Hollow miller,' baa put In new machinery and is doing a good business with the farmers alliance.  The Baptist people have fenced their church yard and will in tbe fall put out sugar trees, which will add much to the appearance of the property.  Foxes are so numerous in this community, that they will in day light come near tbe door yards to catch a fat hen. Uncle John Horn-baker U our anthority.  Edwin and Miss Ida Hostetler, were on •Friday. by telegram, called to Illinola, to see their sister, who was quite ill aud who has since died. lu tbiF^. their bereavement they have the «ympathy of many friends.  (PKOM ANOTHSR.)  .1. D. Nt idigb of Bloomlleld was in to» a Sat urday.  Quite a Lnmber of Bloomfleld people were here Saturday, on their w.iy to the conveniion at Martinsville.  Quite a crowa watched the game of bate bad here Sunday. Linton did some cood playhig but was beaten by the home club. Score, 9 to 11.  Mr. Cantwell's brick molder arrived last week, and work will commence sconce. They expect to make several tboasaud brick this  Electric Bitters.  I.anil has a go< d price here—ranging from .«^uo to f-.;r.o per í.cíc. on lake front, taitlit r back land is «henper. No land is cleared here without niut b (xpei se aud haid labor.  To give you a full explanation of Innd would be almost impossible, for one can not view an-otkci's wilting pluinly enough to comprehend its lull niear.ing, without having the pleasure of seeing the country.  We raise the largist und best fruit of most any country, though as a general rule, all Pu get Sound raises excellent fruit. This country is well adapted to all vegetables, with the exception of corn. I have seen raised, and have eaten strawbeiiics, that mcssured flve and a half inches In circumference, which was of the Hist year's growth. Bow Is that for a western countrj '1»  I have dug potatoes that weighed 4 pounds. Have seen heads of cabbage weighing twenty poiinds, and In proportion do all other vegetables grow. Though what 1 have seen is not as large ns some that have buen raised.  The coiintiy a fiords a mugiiifl<eut scenery. It being a mountaiiions country. From the peaks one ran see the Pacific ocean, British Colunitia and snow caped mountains the year round. We have a good ma ket lor all surplus vptretable»', aud in fact all we raise no' needed to our ewn purpose. The tollowlng is tiie maiket price at Whatcom:  Potatoc. per lb........ .... .......... 2>i  Turnips " ............................ 2  <<arroi8 " .......................... 1%  Onions . . ...................... .1  Slrawbeirits qt............................ 2.'>  i-Sgs ijer d« 2......................30 to UO  Wh^itcom is a beautiful place, situated on Belliiiglum Buy, whose wateis cuinu from the mighty liver nature hath lo!med. Wbateoni is also ItnprovU g very rapidly. Lots on the irain s'lee k »eil fiom 10 lo 16 thousand dolíais per lot.  1 think if wo had a lew more maoufacturing eotabiishmen's heie it would prove very bene, ñcial, but s general store, containing everything Irom a tooth pick to a threshing ma-cbioe would be ot more service than anything else that could be mentioned.  There is some governuient land jct. which if tak en iip « ould l>« of benefit to anyone. ' ■ Youis Truly.  D. C. SHERTKEtf.  This lemcily is becoming so well known and ao popular as to need no special mention. All who have used Electric Bitters sisg the same song of praUe.—A purer medicine does not exist and it is guaranteed to do all that is claimed. Electric Bitters will core all dUeases of tho liver and kidneys will remove pimples, bolls, salt rhenui and other aflections causod by impure b'ood.—Will dnvs mslaria from the system and prevent as well as cure all malarial fevers. For cure of besdache, constipation and indigestion try Electric Biitcrs Entire satisfaction guaranteed, or money refunded Price .10 cts and II per bottle, at S. Staicup's drug store. 5  A Correction.  To the Editor of the DKU«C!BikT.  It is my purpose in this short article to correct a false statement, which I noticed in the columns ot the latt Week's Dehocbat, written perhaps, by some one from Newberry, Ind., la which It is stated, that John Hllbuin died In thirty minntes after being carried into ttic house. Between eight and nine o'clock. Monday morning, May oth, he returned home from town to take care of the child, while hia wife did her morning's work, as she was not very well that day. After she had done the churning and wa.t dressing the butter, he retired from the bouse. Having put the butter away, his wife Isyed down upon the bed and in a very few minutes sas asleep. In s short time she awoke.  Pain and dread attend the use of most catarrh teiuedies. Liquids and snuffs are us-pleasant as well as I'ange'ous. E'y's Cream Balm is safe, pleasant, easily applied into the nostrlU, and a snre cure. It cleanses the nasal pMssages and heals tho inflamed membrane, siving relief at once. Price 50o.  The most obstinate cases of catarrh are cared by tbe use of Ely's Cream Balm, th: ouly ngreeable remedy. It is not s liquid or snufT, is easily applied into the nostril. For cold In the head it 1« magical. It gives relief st once. Pitee 50 cents. StS  0. f  Many Peuplo With a Very Limited Capital Desire to Maiiufuctiire, Itut Can Not Owing to the High Tax Levied Upon 9(tienufavturevs—Uondiiig Workmen—Packing in Sniullur Itoxes. W.vsiiiNOTON, May 7.—Tlie secretary of the treasiu-y has forwarded to the filifidcer of the house a letter fl'oui Com-mis.sioner of Internal Revenue Ma.son recoiiraieiiding certain aniendiiients to existing laws taxing inaiuifiicturers of c igiirsi. Commissionei' Mason's letter is as follows:  Tr.e.vsi kv Dkiwutment, Office of Intkunal Keve^'e.  W.vsniNGTON, D. C., April 30, 1890. . Hon. William Windom, Secretary of the Treiisury.  Siu—I have tho honor to submit herewith certain moeliflcutions, amendment», etc., to cxi.stiug laws wHh reference to taxation on nianufaetnrers of cigars, whieh, after a careful investigation of the snbjeet In all its bearings, I unhesitatingly recommend lie submitted to congress for adoption. ThatS ection 3387 be amended as follows: The word "one" be substituted in lieu of "five" before hundred dollars, and tbe words following, vii.j "With ana ddltional fltx) for each person proposed to be employed by him in making cigar-s" be stricken out from said section.  My reasons thereforo ajre, first, such a modification would jhe popular in accordance with the petitloneil request of numerous poor persons who wish to engage in the manufacture of cigars with a very limited capibtil and acquaintance, and to whom the present law is practically prohibitory.  The penal sum of tha bond required of nianufactur<»r« of cigars was fixed at a  Professor GMfrs M<!thod <»f I>i-otection AgHliist th«! Skripod Cucumber ISeetle, as Illustrated and Described in Garden and Forest—A Simple Plant Protector.  The striped cucumber beetle is a most malignant enoiuy to battle where It has once gained possession of the field. The oft printed formulas that abound generally prove signal failures when put to the test In anything like a severe littack. At best apjilLcations to tho foliage are expensive aud more or less detrimental to the plants.  Gartleners and entomologists are at last pretty well agreed that some protection placed over the hill before the plants appear abo\e ground will prove most satisfactory in the long run. The fact that such protection often aids materially in preventing injury from frost is an important point in its favor. The protector illustrated in the accompanying sketch has tho merit of being strong, light, durable and economlcsil of storage, as well as being entirely efficient and  SIVIITII TOWNSHIP.  The roads were alive with cartoon list Sunday.  The f.-trmers are busily engaged planting corn.  Fresmau Knglifch's folks are slowly recovering from u very »evere spell of sickntss.  Tne Biptlst folks had the picturc of their church and congregation takeu Isiti^undiiy.  Ben Collins has purchase«! the finest road cart, that we have teen ytt, of our K. M. B. A. man.  There was a new pieacher came out from  WorthiDglon last Snnday, and preached at the  Uean fchool houce.  It seems from what we can uuderst: nd, that  Frank Ballard surely means business—ho goes  evety Sunday after dark.  Elder Hudson will preach the ' funeral of  James C.iinpbell. on next Sunday, if there is  no sickness in the family to prevent it.  . . , „, , There will be another wedding in this town-  found her child there «lone, and then went into I „i , ^  the garden where she exi>ected to S3e htr hui- '  band at work, but to her surprUe he was uot | there Hhe then went to the out-house and I found him lu ustate of profound voma.or in- ' sensibility, from which he never rousod. She called sneof her neighbors to assist her, whe gave notice to others, anil John was carried into the house, where he had all the medical aid and other attention that couli be bestowed He lived about two hours and thirty minutes after being carried into the house, during wh.ch time he did uot utter a word. He seemed to be as wrll as usual that morning while In town, waa very cheerful and ha I a word for all. Very few persons, perhaps, have any settled idea of the cause of his death, but his father, I>r. E. W. Ililburn, says, he is a ttibflod. that bis son'^ deatb occurreu from the internal rupture of a very large nerve upon his son's hick and side, which had at times, been very painful.  One who was tukbk.  give you the blip when you are not loi king tor it.  What It Costs  Must be carefully considered by the great majority of people, in buy log even necessities of life. Hoods Sarsaparilla commends itself with spccial force to the great middle classes, because it combines positive economy with medicinal power. It Is tbe ouly medicine of which can truly be said. "100 Doses One Dollar," and a bottle takeu according to directioi^s will average to last a month. 55  How's This!  We offer One Hnndred Dollars reward lor any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Uking Ball's Catar h Cure.  F. J. CBENEY & CO.. Props., Toledo. O. We, the undersigned, have known f. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and financially able tocarry out any obligations made by their firm.  West & Tkaux, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo. Oblo.  Waldiko, Kinnax fc Marvin, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, Ohio. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken iuternally, act-  WOKTlllNOTOnr.  Corn planting has begun iu earnest In this neighborhood.  Bill Beasley, of Linton, was over the other day to see bis best girl.  Infant child of Samuel P. lOriflith and wife, was buried last Saturday, Age, six days.  We will soon have snoth«r hole put dowa in this town. This is going to be the gas well.  Miss Uary Kemp and Stella Johnson, are spendlnK a few days with friends in Uesport.  Several of Bloomfield's good citizens came over to our town last Sunday, to spend the day.  The directors of the trotting association at the fair grounds src getting their track in good repair.  The infant child of Jim Yockey died last Thursday and was buried on Friday. Age, G weeks.  Dr. Mason, of Newberry, spent a few days in this phicc last week, visiting his brother and family.  Several new buildings are going up in our town. Carpenters and all other mechanics are very busy.  Wm. Bohley likes the singer machine much better than all others, bought two and Leo Walker one. All aro happy now, ! Mrs. Thos. J . Henry drew a check last week  Chilli aud fever of three years stan ¡in^ curud by Simmons Liver Regulator.—E WatUlns, Wiitkins House, Uptonville.-Ky.  Take! ' ake! Take Simiuous Liver Uegulator for dyspepsia, constipation aud heartburn,  S. L. R means Simmons Liver Regulator cure.  Book kecpeis and others of sedentary habits cure constipation with Simmons Liver Regulator.  Braln-wotkcrs keep your head clear aud bowels open. Take Simmons Liver Regulator.  RESOLUTIONS.  EXCURSIONS VIA THE PENN. LINES.  To The Annual Meeting ol The Gsrman Baptists, at North Manchester, lud.  The annual meet!ng.'< of the German Bap tistsor Dunkardr. will he held the last week in ftlay. at North Manchia'er. Ind. Excurtloi tickets via Pennsylvania lineiwlllbe sold at one fare Ur the round trip, from May 2dth to 35lh. good retarniog until June 25tb, 1890, inclusive.  There is but oae railroad depat in New York City.  Conaumption Surely Cured.  to Ten Esiaos:—Plesse Inform your resdere that i hsve a positive remedy for the above-named disease. By Its timely use thonssnds of hopeless osses have been permsnently cured. i shall be glad to send two hotaes of my remedy fbee to any of your readers who have coasum^onlf they will ■end me their Express and p. o. address. Beopect-fiilly. t. A. bloouu. u. 181 fhurl bb. m. Y.  A sDi w white coon, with pink eycr, was trapped near Zanrsville, O., last week.  Us« " Dead Cholera.  Shot" for Hog and  Chicken 44tf  Ohio Hoods have unearthed a number of In dian skeletons at Clurksvllla.  F. M.  No.  ing directly upon the blood and mucus surfaces «>29 oa tbe d. aia ol her husband, who bad  Price insured in tho Odd Fellows Mutual.  of the system. Testimonials sent free. 75c per bottle. Bold by all Druggists.  It will soon be In order for the Bloomlleld gas  B. A. Resolutions, Praine Lodge 2027.  Whereas, The pioplc of itloomfield aud Lyons, do favor and have blgned a petition favoring the building of a gravel road Irom Bloomfleld to Lyons, o<er the wicliesof out brother farmers along the propo^ícd line.  Kesolyed, That we do most earnestly hsk those who have the power, to prevent tnis great imposition on and already overltaxed community, be further  Roolve I, That should a deaf ear be turned to our request in this case we will most surely remember all parties and meet out justice to them accordinglj". Be it further  Besolved, That we condemn the gravel roiid schimeis for their deception and false representation tbey used in obtaining natiies to tlici' petition. Be it further  Resolved, That wo fa>or the election ol prac tical farmers to all connty aud state ollicesto be elected this comin g fall, and we request the cc-optralion of all brother farmers. Be it lurther  Uesolved. Thst vie do ino%t earnestly request all other lodges in Greene couniy to take favorable action at once on these rtsolutlons an>l report them to all the county papers for publication. Joel Benham. Pres.  May i)ih, 18'ju. f. H. Wi.n<íatk, Sec.  Progress.  It Is ycry important in this age of va t material profircss that a remedy be pleasintf to the ta-'te and to the eye, easily taken, acceptable to the slomacb and healthy iu Its nature and eO'ects Possessing these (|ua!ilie?, Hyrup of Figs is the one pcrfect laxative and most gentle diuretic known. 8)4  Use "Dead Shot" for Hog Cholera.  and Chicken 44tf  I.ittic Bessie Orogier, Madison, fell Into a cit tern. Wns rescued Just as sne sank the third time.  WANTED  Reliable 'Fusblnts >Ien to sell choice Nursery stock. Complete assortment. Splendid opportunity offered for spring work. My salesmen have good success, many selling from 8100 to S200 per week Send for proof and testl-tponisls. A good pushing man wanted here at oncc. Liberal terms and tho best goods In the market. Write FKcn. K Youx«. Nurseryman, Uochosnr. N. Y. tt!8.  MicliiKsn City Dis| »tch claims snow fe:i in that city May 7. The Dit patch man "had'em," injr and much damage to fruits.  time whüö the rates of tho tax on the interest involved were muoh greater than they now are under the present. I am, therefore, clearly of the »pinion that even the miidmuni sum of bond may be diminished to 8100 as recommended, and then be ample to protect the interests of the government. No httfm would result to government Interest'äjtts the discretion of the collector is exercised in each case, and it is only the mlnitnum amount of bond thtit is proposed for amendment.  There does not exist any good reason for bonding tbo employer for the workmen .employed. It is not tlone with distillers or brewers or manufacturers oi oleomargarine, and no advantage hits yet resulted therefrom.  Tho Intdii of tho law requiring a bond of $100 frooa each maker of eigars was to furnish the eolloctor with some average data as tw th« probabl« outptU of the factory and kho quantum of business proposed to clone, but the general introduction and tka ntilizution of mauhines in Öie making of cigiirs, As evident tendency to generally displace hand work by the Ufio of perfected machines, the for-nuitlon of unions, frequent strikes by workmen, ate., renders the existing statute of no practicable bsneilt, aiwl its abrogation would be eminenely proper.  Bttöcd upon the almost universal demand, as evidenced by the numerous re-que.sts and petitions on file in this office. I have the honor to recommend asid arge umendnient to Section 3802, revised stat ntea, so a« to provide for paclilng cigiurs in boxes to eontutn twelve or thirteen each.  '¡if rcaMonü tor recommending this amendment arc an almost universal demand by manufacturers of cigars, who state that under eKlsting laws they are compelled to pack cigars in boxes to contain tweuty-Hve. This Wiisults In furnishing gratis samples of twenty-five, when twelve or thirteen w411 accomplish the same result. Their agents are forced to provide space in their trunks tor double layers, etc., and pat to addi-tional expense therefor, both In spacu and transit charges.  Many mtmufacturers now put up sample boxes of twelve or thirteen cigar.*, covered by a twenty-five stamp, at a great pe-cv.niary loss to themselves and a doubling of rate of taxation.  This oflicQ has prohibited the continuance of any and all such pracfelues, and has notifieil manufhcturers of Its sympathy and Intended co-operation 1» securlnjc an amendment to existing laws whereby thej' may bo authorised t«j pack in quantities of twelve or thirteen.  I also recommend that Section 3Si>4 be amended, providing for a uniform rate of taxation as nearly approxiinatinK the preseut rat« of three dollars per thousand, viz.: !i strip stamp of four cents for boxes to contain twelve or thirteen cigars e.ich, leaving to the manufacturer In Lis discretion to pack Mvclve or thirteen in a box for .sample piiriwse«.  I renportfuliy siiggetst tiiat you will take such action in accordance with tlic foregoing recoiiinsendatioBs as will secui-e a prompt amendment of tho sections r». ftrred to. Respectfully yours,  Joh:? W. Mason, Commissioner.  Industrial Training Schools In the South.  Nbw Yo;a|||JUay 7.—The board of trustee.! of tj^^^iter educational fund bojijin their amH&l meeting hero Tiie.-;-day. Ex-President Hayes, president of the board of tnii-teea, presided. The fund waa established ten vears ago by John E. Slater, of Norwich. Conn., and provides for the introduction of indus-trinltraining in the schools of the south. The reiKjrt uhowa an additii.* in attendance for the past year of 1 ,'¿00, and a total of Dj^OOO. Last year the fund appropriated ^15,000 to the work.  Mississippi t'lMod Xkus.  Nkw oiileanhi, May 7.—Dispivtchos from Brusley Limding, Plaqueiuine, St. Marj', Morgan City and other points re-I)ort the overflow of water rising everywhere between the MisHi."«jipj)i river and Bayou Techeo. If the predicted rise of two feet at Shreveport ¡ihould occur the water will ponr over the levees.  A nooui for Chultaiiouga.  Chattanoooa, May 7.—A contract has been made by which the United States government ordnance works, of Boston, will be moved to East Chattanooga at oncc. The compajiv guarantees to put in works to cost $300.000, and cm-ploy over 300 skilled mecnanica. Competition of cheap southcrtl Iron forced the removal.  Ttvo Inches of Mnow In Illiiiois.  Marenoo, m.. Miry 7.—Two inches of .snow fell laßt ni^ht atid it 1« still snow-in{j. Advicea from -tveral iHjints in Illinois report heavy frosts this morn-  A SIMPLE PLANT PROTECTOR, cheap. The difficulty with moat of the plant protectors In uso is that they are too fragile, too costly, or too bulky for convenient storage. The one here shown is made of ilve-elghths Inch undre3.sed pine lumber, covered over the top with ordinary wire mosquito netting. The frame may be made sixteen inchcs square at tlie top, and tho sections are cut BO that the bottom Is slightly larger, giving: flare enough to Sdmit of nesting the boxes together for convenient storage. By cutting tho boards in the manner shown In tlte drawing they may be "double nailed," which greatly adds to the strengtli of th« frame without increasing the weight or cost.  Statemenu Alade About It by Florida's State Entomologist.  In a rtpcii made to the division of entomology at Washington the following statements occur: Root knot is caused by the microscopic worm (anguillula) and not from want of some important element in the soil or careless cultivation. Under its attacks the roots of the okra, radish, cabbage, cucumber, melon, cow-pea, peanut, tomato and egg plant en-  Treatment of Shrubs.  Comparatively few persona know the beneficial effects of dressings of soil when applied to ground which has been exhausted by tho roots of shrubs. The necessity exists for fresh food most generally hi cases where trees grow among and overtop the shrubs and whero leaves are carted off before deceiving. Four inches in thickness may Ikj taken as the least quantity of earth to prove of i:)er-manent good. Wonderful results have been known to follow In the next season's growth, through a liberal application of fresh earth immediately over the roots of shrubs that were apparently dying at the time of application.  Another plan of putllii.:^ fresh vitality into slirubs, where tlie soil is strong, is to dig a circular tiviicii at sufficient dis-tanco fix>m the trunk of tbo plant not to stop growth, the width of tbe trench to bo not lesotlian twelveor fourteen inches. An opening i-.- formed at one side and the soil is simply turned over and broken up to a dejith of aljout fifteen inches. When the slirub is circled the soil thrown out is put back and the work completed. II this 1)c done early in tl»e spring great benefit will arise. The reason is much the same as in tbe ca.-«; of slniibs dre.ssed with fresh soil, vl.»,., tlu'• iiiissiojiof numbers of strotig root.< ill :i medium more suited to a healtliy growth tiian hard soil In an unbroken state. Tliis latter method is one much j)niclised by English horticulturists.  Novrl TruifihiK uf (irui>ort.  A grajR' giov.tr in Ihistol county, Mass.. Ims :n\oplu<l a plan which Aiiuii-can Ganl««!! thinks of snflicitint iiiterc.-t to doMcriSe, although it is not new. lie sets stout posts nt suitable intervals, with smaller ones brtwo< ii wherever tliere is vino, and upon tiiese stretches two strong wires at a proper diritance apart, tbe lower ont> beinj^ placed far enough from tho ground to allow a horse and cultivator to pass freely undi-rneath. By tlie use of high step ladt-kn's tho fruit can bo readily harvested and tlie vines trimmed or handled at will. Tlie adviuitit-^es claimed are: Ease in cultivation, and extra quai:ticy and tjiiality of fruit. The sun has a more direct effect by this method, and tliis is, of course, an obvious advanUige. In many home gardens the old fashioned trellis is being largely superseded by stake culture, with a decided gain In convenience.  BOOTS OF PEACH TREE AFFECTED BY KNOT, large enormously and soon become littl« else than a mass of decaying tissues. In nurseries of young fruit trees great mischief occurs. Tho peach and fig often grow vigorously for one or two years and bear fruit that drops prematurely, then they take on an irregular growth of stunted limbs and small leaves. In the case of all the varieties of the planta attacked the effect is to deprive the stems and leaves of food and moisture; the knots grow, the branches do not. The illustration exhibits therootsof the peach, with the enlargements caused by anguillula.  The disease nowhere extends beyond 150 miles from the coast, and seems io reach its climax in Florida. Places favored with hot, dry summers and oold, wet winters are not likely to suffer from its ravages. Soil that is annually frozen from 6 to 10 inches is disinfected from the worms. For this reason, it is thougbt, some northern states with sandy soils still escape this plague in their peach orchards. In Texas it is only found along the coast, and then only in wet lo* cations.  In the line of remedies a mixture tobacco dust and caustic lime applied to young peach trees appeared as near a preventive of the "knot" as anything that was tried. Nothing of value was found for old bearing trees if badly áf-fected. Bisulphide carbon and satura* tion of the surface soil with kerosene emulsion killed the trees. Artificial fertilizers containing ammonia, guano, bene and fish produce a rapid growth, soft and ¿asily attacked by the anguillulae. Alkaline mixtui*es used several years in succession have come nearest a cur& The addition of tobacco dust in large quanuties supplies nitrogen and makes a vigorous growth of roots and limbs and seems to have considerable preventive effect on the worms.  Slaxlms for the Dairy.  Try box stalls. Granulate your butter. Don't neglect the bull. Keep a few well bred pigs. Keep the cows well bedded. Try cow peas for cow pastures. Leave the horns where they grow. Put your best hay in the cow stable.— Florida Farmer.  When Baby was sick, we gave her Castoria. When sba was a Child, she cried for Castoria. When she became Miss, she clung to Castorilk Whes V » bad Children, she gare them Castorio,  Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.  Ulrccl u Itoy to C'oiiiiult Aliirdor.  WiifA.MAf, Ind., May 6.—John Lowe, a Goi'inau tenant, living in one of James McMunnis' farms, lately Inid a little trouble with him, and a.s a result he determined to put an end to McMannis. He sought as his tool, Michael Connor, a  irouth Id years of a^je, who has luado lis home with McXliiimis since he wj»s 4 years old. Aft«r some coaxing he persuaded Connor to do the deed. Saturday while McMannis was on his v.*ay to town, Connor came itp behind hiiu and discharged a sli;jtgun loaded with buckshot at him, killing him instantlj-. Low^ and Cpnntir were shortly jifter-wards arrested, and both of the prisoners made a full confe-jsiou.  The S|>ai)iHh ClieKtiiiit.  The S{>atiish chestnut makes a hand-souie, ^j'lnmctrical tree. Orcliard and Garden recomiuends it ii« very (k-iiira)>li.' for plantii»;^ iilong tlie road.«iido, where it will uot only furnisli a.s g<x>d shade as tho maple, but produce a gixxl crop < • nuts, and timber of imicli mote value foi post«, rails, etc. The American chestnut makes the largest and talUst tree and is much the liardiest; the European forms a tree much shorter, and with a round head somewhat similar to the Norway maple.  A Fine Shipping Fruit.  As a shipping fruit, the quince is pronounced by California Fruit Grower to have no superior. It can go safely by freight to ¡uiy part of the country. And there I.s no fruit in which quality pays better tlian in tho quince. The grower's akn should bo for a few fine fruits, large, smooth and plump, rather than for many small ones.  To Cure Heart Disease Use "Or. Kilmers'. Oi-eim-Weeil Heiirt Ucma-ily." It resiii iilcs. r rKi^t.'; anil relieves the most «llstrissmg ca ,i I'rii o .Mtc. and $l.nO rainplil(;t free. l!ii).;liiiiniitoii. N. Y. i^ol.l recommctideil auil Kiifiaiiteeil b< Uru^misls. if  Items for the Funltry Tard.  Sifted coal ivshes placed in shallow boxes make excellent dust baths for poultry.  Give lime in some form to laying hens. One plan is to place a little slaken lime in the drinking water.  A farmer's daughter advises women about to begin turkey raising to start with good stock, and names tlie pure bronze as handsome, salable, tiirifty and easier to manage than the common turkey.  The Pekin is probably the most popular duck for the farm, being hardy, easy to raise and of a nice size and appearance for marketing.  Remember that with the warm v. eather come lice, and give good care to prevent them on the sitting hens.  COMPROMISE VERDiCTS.  Suit to Tost the Ulght or,Jui:es to ¡íeudei Thf-m.  I.M)i.\N.\roLiS, Ind., IvL'v (>.—A suit 1 ) tost the right of il juror l.> coiii|)i\,))ii-v away his conviction.-', has jiist i;cv-n -l here and. as it is the first of tlif Iriii 1 in thi-i 4at«.', it is causing couÂ'Lt.îMo in-tert'st ii:iio;ig attorneys. ii:iti:;a  had rlu- (-.are of a hell'less ns.itiv mid when llu- l;it^t"^ fileni a claim f(jr ^'.'.OOO was })iit in against llic estate.  Stoit was brou^'ut to enfoivclhe cl.'.iiii, and the jury, ariev hearii;;.; flie u'.iuP'uo and r..iiriiiyiV)i-cc<r.biiltaiioii, sIoìmÌ : cvt-u to live ill iavov of tlu; plaintiit. Atn.i' tlio : oc.iad day iivo w<iiit over to ilie '.le-fe!id.;;it, and tlien ir was proposed that, if the oth,'!' two woulu coii.-.L!it. a M'ì'-dict ^'."C)r■}^l IK- retiirnod : o as loi;l.ict' tj'.e coìit;; upon tiu- dofemlaiit. TIil- serdicc for WK:, then I'etuMie.l, tlie objet-t boiug to make it only snch a.-; v.'i.>iild carry the cnxsts agHÌn.st the defend int. It is claimed that the verdict i.s illegal and slutuld bo set aside.  USE OF A RAWHIDE.  Rev Ileury Uacou and sup.in oi r, Al tic», sweethearts 40 jcars aso, were lately inai rud.  Mother, Wife, Daughter. j  Those dull llied looks and uiipUusant li'tl-; inga sptnk voltiniu.s. ' l>r Kilmer's Female Remedy" I n;! is up (luu 'uli .. i r.n-ilowii i on stitutlou anil brings back luaiiiy.  PriceSl.OO. Paulphlet free. ISiuKli.w.ipion, N. Y. Sold, recommccded and Kiiurautini i; Dru^rsists. tf  An Iu(Uiiii:ipulls .Judnt' tJives a Woman Some A«lv!«-e.  iNDi.vN.vi'OMS, Ind., Maj' 2.—The habea.s corpus suit to relea^^e Devcy Dunham fioin her foitev piiionts. r»Lv. aud Mrs. Fursii^íor, ht':ir I l¡y Jud-.^' ^Yi.l;un• Vv- ' •.uav a-.ul  the thf fai t tliav iìio  child had L^mi v."hi;.i:.vl v.'ilh a n.'.v-hide. she coiiñ-si.íd iliai she liati not le-coivtv'i 'il;,' st'vere puiii:ihment tiiat sÎk; ñr.st t'lKU-ged.  The i''û-..iiiiirr.s toM the court jiriviitc-ly of si-ine far.Its v.'hi; ii t!',e  girl had, a¡,(i li cíiiue out in evi.leiu e Ih.'.t lia-i oüce set thu c on ih\-,  and this vva ; î'.lli/V.-c.i ],y llu- seven ot paiiishiiK'at iiioy cvt-r luiluV-.-d. Tivo conrt <l< i)i•■ i t'lc- writ, aüd .-aiti that tii-.* child ik l-.-L. .1 pkr.ii "!;;;ir:it. "IJ'at." ho advic;!, ""1 w.iJit to s:i;>' îiiat the 'a.se of a  t'OiVililc  and. r\ii-tiuf svli  is iv.o.vv-usable. I iiiink ili' only in  f:i';' a i;i u. 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From 1607 To The Present

Once upon a time newspapers were our main source of information. Now those old newspapers are a reliable source for hundreds of years of history and secrets of the past. Now you can search for people, places, and events without the hassle of sorting through mountains of papers!

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Newspaper Archive is the world's largest online newspaper database featuring over 155+ million newspaper pages. Plus our database expands by one newspaper page per second for a total of around 2.5 million pages per month! The value of your membership grows along with it.

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Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 155+ million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!

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