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   Bloomfield Democrat (Newspaper) - March 6, 1891, Bloomfield, Indiana                                 Th e Bloomfield Democrat,  VOL. XXII.  BLOOMFIELD, INDIANA. FRIDAY. MARCH 6. 1891.  51.  HUFF'S  CORNER  STILL.  I.^ECIPI?OCITY IN FULL BLÄST!  Parties to the Treaty: "Three Stores" on one side, "All Mankind'' on the other.-  -Terms of the Treaty: "As Long as Cirass Qrows and Water Runs/'  innnnjirinjirmnnjxruuinnnnnnnc • IP* A I I A Afl gnjiruxnnrinnnjiruvinnnrLnnJV^  DRy GOODS.! Htnl (k hnAHAIVI. HCR^PETS.f  rumori ^xon  I^ECIPI^OCIXV  jumruxruin/irui  Ä O-  Is the Latest and most popular thing and Wo Are In It« ^^ made arrangements with a Grocery Store and a Millinery Store, and will exhange their goods as well as goods from all Qnnuinnnnnnixnjuuwuuuwumip Country Produce, Checks or five of our big departments 2 L 1 t)rders from any one Store  Miith all mankind for green- § i g or Department, good in every  barks or gold. Silver or duvrinnjvinAJinAJirinnnnnnnniAjE store and all Depaitments,  FU & mm  pioonifield Grocery.jMODEL  o: dz (3-  I have returned to my first love and have bought S. B. Coen's  S  IT  Mats M Gaps, â  iinnnnnnxuuinjmnj^  ARE YOU IN  HERI & GRAHAM.  oirmnnjxrijiruinnjinnnnn/innnnnrv  I have come to stay; have made a traffic agreement (as the railroads would say) with Hert & Graham and the "Model Bazaar," so that checks or orders given by me in ex-change for produce is good as cash at their counters, in all their departments.  T want all the Produce north of the Ohio river and south of the Lakes, and will pay good prices and sell Groceries cheap.  Room for a few more good customers.  ALLEN WILLIAMS  and Fashionable MiUlhery. Latest, Newest and the mos^StyU^^  FOLLOW THE CitOWO  —TO—  mm  BISIIESS MBBS.  -A^TTOrtN E YS.  EDVCATIOMAL. COLV.1IN.  TBOa. TAJf SCKIBK.  Conducted By the County Superintendent of Schools.)  S HOBT A VAN BeSKIOK.  ATTOBHEY8 AT LAW. OAm-1b New Coon Hoaae. BlWMaflald. lad.  U W. AX.TELU  S5» ATTOBHET AT I-AW,  WaipracUee UiarMae ud «djolning eonntiea OAm •rar Khtjer'a Dardwan atore, Blooaafleia.  WF. OAKL£MUBe, • ▲TTURNEY-AT-LAW.  CI.AIK AKD PBKBIOir ASBIIT.  Qaos' Vorthea« Corner Public SqoArc, over Evvieifb'a dms atore. BLOOMr:bLD - - - INDIANA.  W. Im SUKKABD.  i>. W.OSOCKBXT.  OuNKaRD a CROCKETT,  1TTORNEY8-AT-LAW,  BLOOMri£L.D, IND.  WUI ptacUee In any coati «bere onr aarvlcea may be required. Alao deputy proaecaiin« attaracya we will r«p-eMent the «tate before JoaUeea of fbe pe^e when noUfled. CoUec-ttoae aroaptly made.  W W. MoOiMt C. E. Daria  l^OrrSTT * DA VIH. JM. ATTORNEYS AT UAw,  lllonBiatM. Indiana. W lU practice law in Uaeene coaatymr in an? court where tbeiraervicet mi) be Miaired. Wa bave the abstract boeka ot our pndeeeaaora. and will make a apacialty o(ex-amlBlacUtlea to real estate and tumUtalng ab-■tiaeU  PHYSIOI^I^S.  rB. TOUNO. M. D.,  ph rsicf a n a n : > suroeox.  BBWAKK. IKD.  All ealU attended to day or nlicbt.  JW GRAk, M. u^ • PHYSrciAH AN - ««CRGEON,  Bloomfield, Ind. OBee on eaat aid« ol tbeaqoare I- former of-flee of Cavlna * Cavlna.  D  b. h. b. liowdbr,  Oflee OTer 8. ^leap'a dmir atore, eaat side paMio aqaare, BlooaoCeld. Ind.  il«tiee.  Boncfc ia ktmby glrtu to tbe people ot «Triebt »wa>i».ggeene eonnty, Indiana, that I will be •t taawrUle ea Tneaday of each «eck dkrin« my tecaeC oatec.aB«at my oaeeatmyreeMenèa on aamrdiia la the forenooa. to tranaact tbebnaineaa er «bM towaahip; and ao naaincaa will be tranaact-•A «nljr on thoaedajraaaprovldedby law.  WM. POWELU Tmatee.  Travtee*« Notice.  WOTICE (a hereby xlven to 'he people of ■taCord towaahip, tirrene county. Indiana, taati will trxnaact the bnslnesa of said town-■hip at mj office in Marco, on any da; In the mtak except Sunday.  SA1CUEL. N- YOEMAN.  Tr««Cec*s Notice.  Hotlee la hereby givea to the people of IfaetiinR-toa townahtp, Greene county, ladiaaa, that I will be at my aOee at my reaidenoe on 8atard«y of each week. dBiaa gay twm of office, to trwaact tbe twaiaaaaofaaid townahlo, and no bnalneaswillbe 1 Mly on thoa* day», aa proTided by law.  OEOBOIs BOGABD.Tr mtee.  Tr«stee*s Notice.  Voileaiabercby givento ttte peopir of Grant waafai». Oraena oonnt}. Indiana, that I will be aft Swita City on each Katurdiy foroioon. and at nur teddenr«, two milea sooth «ad one mite eaat of the preciaet. on each Katordxy aftem-wa te tranaart ibe boaineas of aaid towiiahip.  WM. u. D£ck\BD.Traatae.  Travtee"» Notice.  VjOTICE U bereby Riven to tbepeopieof Highland townsbip, Greene county, Indiana, that I will traneact the bnainees of aald townahlp at my reaidence, on Saturday of each week.  J. O. CALVERT. Trastee.  T"vstee*8 Notice.  BOTICB ia hereby civeo tx> tha parple of Stock ■ too townidiip. Greene eaoaty, Indiana, that I will traaaact the boaineaa o:^ said townabip at niv office a IJntaa. on any day ia tbe week except Sunday.  JOSEPH MOSH. Tmatee.  Trsstee s Notice.  Notice nereby Kfrea to tbe people ot Oaaa townahip, Greene eoont:«. Indiana, that I will be at my reaidrace one mile »outbeaat ot Newberry ea Taesdaya of each week daring my term of office, to transact the bnsiaeea of aald townabip, an'i no boainesa will be trana-acted unly on ttck« ^st. «a t>rovld»d by law.  i> MOORE. Traatee.  TrHSteO Notine.  KotJce ia bereby kit^'o lo the people of Taylor townUiip, Green« rounty. ludiaca. tbat I wtll be «c Éij offieeat my reaidenr« oo Hat nrday uf eacb week, during my term of office, to tranaact tbe baaiaeaaof aaid towaaoip, and no bMSlB<M will be tranaaiTtwl only on thoae day«, as provided by la« UENBT BOKTER. Trostee.  Trastee*» Notice.  NOTICE ia bereby Riven to tbe i>eople or Cf-nter township, Greene county. Indiana, that 1 will traaaact the Imsines of I he office of trustee at my reKideni^ near Heaton P. o., on 'J'ueaday and Hait:r<iay or ea<-h week.  B r. STUlNGl'El.HJV* . ItiiSiM.  Trastee*« Notice.  Mntire ia hereby irtven to the i>eopIe of Smith townabip. Greene ««uoty. lD<lian«i. that I will be at my office at my resnlenre on the second and fourth Satnrdaya «f each month to transact the buaineas of aaid townf>bip.  E. E. SPAINHOWER, Trustee.  S«periatendent*s Notice.  Natioa ia bereby glT-n tbat I will be at mv offic* in the court bouse on 8atur<lav of ench week, tint il farther notiee, to transact anv official buHinesK, WILLIAM M. MOSS.  County Superintendent  Bloomfield. Ind.. June 8tb. 1889.  Teacher's Exaailaatloa.  Notlae is hereby ffiven tabat I will holdanexam. inatioaforteachei'iiltceaaaoa tbe laat tiatnrday of aach montb bearinoingat 9 o'clock a. m in the high acbool room of tbe achool honae at Bloom-field. lad. WILLIAM M. UO^M,  Blo-aSeM.  EXtUISATIOX QUESTIONS FOR FEU. The penmanship abown in the manu-ecripts of the entire examination trill be graded on a scale of 100. with reference to le^bility (50). regularity of form (30), and neatnesa (20). The handwriting of each applicant will be considered in itaelf, rather than with reference to the standard model«.  The orthography of the entire ex aminalion will be graded on a acale of 100, and 1 will be deducted for each word incorrectly written.  Or, the Couuty Superintendent may conduct the examination in theses sub jects in any manner he may desire. ARITHMETIC.  1. How do you detenuine whether a given number id prime or composite? Which of the fulluwing ate prime and which composite: 611, 643, 707, 757, 991, 1,089?  2. A man owns 3 tractd of land, con-tiuning 525, 72o and 875 acres, respectfully, He wishes to divide each tract into lats all of a nizs tbe 1 Jts to contain a whole nuaaber of acres, aod to be as large aa possible. Huw many acres in a lot?  3. Find the amount of the following biU: 36ibii. 8 iz. beef at 16c.; lOlbs. 10 z mutton at 14:.: 71b3. }2oz. pork chops at 12c.; I51bs. 63z. turkey at 18c ; 41b8 lOoz saet at IGc.  4. Ry sal*in< tea at 60c. per lb. a g'O-cer loses 29%; at what price should he •ell it to gain 20% ?  o Define measure, cjmmon measure and greatest common measure Fia^ t'le greatest common measure of 153,517 and 7,389 501,521!.  6. The sum of two numbers in 1.260, and they are to each other as 57 to 48 ; what are the numbers?  7. What is tho smallest numbr^r thnt can be divided by each of the nine significant figures?  8. A bin contains SO cu. ft.; by what d^imal must 36 be multiplied in order to find the number of bushels the bin will h »Id?  UNITED STATES HISTORY.  1. What accession of territory since the war ot the Revolution do you think has been of the greatest permanent value to thH country? Ju-ttify your an«» er by Hho«'ing in what way- th»-posdr«t-iun of euch terriu»ry has U>nded to the greater prosperity uf tbe nation at large.  2. Ddscribe briefly five of the greatest inventions ever made by americans and show that one of th^e baa exercised a strong inflaence on the political history of this country.  BEADING  "Then say not man's impsrfcct. Heaven in fault,  8iiy, rather, man's as perfect as be eught: Kis kDowledict) measured to h-.s state and place;  Histlmr! n ruono'int, and his point In space.  If to Im perfect lo a certain »phere.  What luatter, soon or ls»e. or here or there?"  —Froiii I'ope's E^say on Man. .1 Aak five tsuir.aile qur^Btiorl8 cilcu-Ijted Ui bring out tbe mfaning of the abjve •■xuaci 5 p »ints, 10 «ach.  2 Write a brief biography of Pope ani natne hid moat important works  Mark from 1 to 50 ENGLISH GRAMMAR  1. Think the thought expresand by each of tbe following sentences, and state what relation is thought in each case between tbe subject and pr-fdicate: (s). Horses are quadrupeds, (b) Coal IS black, (c) Wiishiagcon is the capital of tbe United States, (b). The wind blowinu:  2. Define a positive modifier. W^rite sente ices illustrating the uae of the word and clau^ as positive modifiers.  ;> Give tnree directions or rules for using capital lettprs  4. When did be arrive? I do not know when ha arrived. Tlia time when he arrived ia unknown. State what "when'^ has in each of these aeaiences.  5. Give exampels of four leading er  7 Jusiify the pt-rson and numtM^r of CORRESPONDENCE, the italicised verbs in the followinfi-: (->). | _____  Books is a noun (b) Five dollars t«' CIIVCIIVIIÍATI.  not too much, (c) What touni /,•<!.« each of the vowels? (<1) Either he or I am right.  8. Write a promissory note, spelling, capiulizing, and punctuating corrëctly, and constructing the note just a-< you  MIS3 CORA WHITAKER, ot HU-nois, is visiting her sister, Mrs.  LINTON.  T^RN, to Mr. and Mrs I O. Price. Xlf Monday, a boy The father will  peclkaps recover......William Cox wUl  sdoit move to Marco 'tis said......Our  Duiie Riddle......W^ have ten days of P«^®®^ is soon to be mov^d n^ the  school FaVmen lo^ center of town......The new German  ^ ......Beformchurch is nearly completed and  preaeoCB a very handsome appnarance  would in actual busicees transaction.  PHYSIOLOGY.  1. Give the name and location of all glands that are concerned in digestion, and state fully the function of each.  2 Name five chemical elements of the blood in tbe order of their amount, and state the function of each.  3. Define excretion, and name the principal excretory organs.  4 Give five rules for eating, with reasons for the t-ame  5. Name and describe the tw<* kinds of nerve matter, and the two kinds of nerves. State the ftmction of each kind of nerve  6. What Ij each of the fo 1 -wing, where is it ^i'uated, and what is its use: Pancreas? Clavicle? Peritoneum? Stapes? Iris?  SCIKKCE OF EDUCATION.  1. How would you lead a class of children to form th-^ idea of a lake, an iäland, or a peninsula?  2. What is the function of the map in the study of Geogr<iph; ?  3. ''The end of education is to prepare man to live completely." Give your opinion of this definition of education.  4 D<-fine :(•»). The Fancy ; (b). The Poanta^y; (o) R«>collection ; (d). Memory.  5 Why are naiing, arithmetic, ge ography and grammar, fundamental branches of learninK?  6. The mental Itfe of children consist < largely of fancy, phantai^y, recollection and imagination. What clue does thi^« facl^^give you to the true method of ad dressing them in instruction?  GEOGKAPHV.  1. W'hit are the uses of rivers?  2. Describe the Nile river.  3 Write what you know about tides.  4. Describe the Monsoons.  5 How are clouds f.jrmed ?  6. What are Isothermal lines?  7 What is the difference between deciduous and evergreen trees?  8. 1'ell all you can ab<jut the prairie  9. How many z>ne8 would ihere be if the earth were fiai? Why?  10 Where is the HUgar connuuied in the U. S. principally raisnl?  The State Board did not send any questions in geography, and the Super intendent prepared the questions on this Bubjec».  PR1.MARY LICENSE.  An examination will be held f.ir yri mary license on the last Saturday in March. April and May. These are the  night ....Debate on Thursday night  ......S»>ymour Riddle is talking of  changing his boarding place Jake says if Hh has him to board he will raise the  price......Our sick list don't get vary  much smaller. It is composed of the following persons: J, H. Nedl, Bfanford Long, Gennetta King, and Grover Kirk.  1 have used Dr. BuU't Cough Syrup and found it the best C logh rem^y I evfr tried.—W P Clarke, 020 Walnut Street Philadelphia»' Pa.  It sells a*l the year around and always cures. Salvation Oil the great remady for paini 25 cents.  M  NEWBEKRV.  ARCH came in more like a trig Sheep than a lamb. No telUng  huw it will go out.....Lafe ScoU^can  beat the boys playing checkera____School  is progressing fine with Prof. Shinn and the violin. The children tell a r iddle and Mr Shinn plays the fiddle, and fun  all the time.....Opposition in the meat  trale, so Wee Malone thinks......Bob  Edwards lost all hie ch ckens in tlM high  water at Wbiskerville......Some people  here are about to embark in the poultry business.  Stand Your Ground.  When you make up your niind to take Hix>d*s Saraapariltat, do not' be in duced to buy soma other preparation in stead. Clerks may claim (hat "ours is as good as Hood^M*' and all that, but the peculiar merit of Hood's SarsapariUa cannot be equalled. Therefore have nothing to do with substitutes and insist upon having Hood's Sarsaparilla, the tiest hloud purifier and building-up medicine.  W  ANOLE VALLEY.  E are having bad weather at  present......Go to T. J. Rise  for cough syrup and Japanese oil___  .. Mrs. Uatab tugh has taken T. C. Lus  tei'd baby to raise........Mrs. Frank  R-isti's birthday dinner was not very wel atceiided on account of bad weather ......Otiie L^R'ie has • gone into  partnfrship with Harvey Asdell and  Ranz Luster in the bottoms......Gus  ' 'l>irk iK salting his farm in town lots in  the VHllr^y......J. M. R:ise is talking  about buying Wm. Hanniih's farm.... .. Wm. Hilbren ha^ been seen going townrdn Miofral. I wpnder what is the attraction......Mik Rise has purchased a hound.  only months during the year applicantn can pass this examination.  tf Wm. M. Moss, Co Supt  state uck.nse. An examination for slate license will be held on the last Saturday of March and .\pril. A part of th^ questions will be submitted in March aad the remiiu-  I had a severe Httack of catarrh and b eame bo deaf I could not hear c immon conversation. I stiff-«r«i terribly from roarine: in iny heai I procured a bottle <if lily's ( 'ream Balm, and now I can SHy to all who are sillioted with tbe wornt of disf'ases, catarrh, take El>V Cream Balm and be curei It is worth $1,000 to any man. wom >n or child suf-ffrioK from catarrh.—A. E. Newman, Grayling, Mich o0t2  from the out side......Martin Dugan,  who went to B^marck, Dak , sometime  sinee. has returned......Harry Hunt  will soon build a new house......Bush  Tribble has secured a position in Linne  ma&'o bakery......Several of tbe K. of  P. hoys went to Sanborn Tuesday bight to Mp Institute a K. of P. Lodge there ......Mrs Dr. Riley, of Corydon, visited her brocher. Prof Cravens; last week  ......A lot of the lK>ys went to Bloom-  field '-conrcing" la-it week, but they  were courting Judge Briggs.....Some  of our gay gamesters who were lined in Judge Briggs' court, got very wrathy wiaen the fact was published.  «'Helen's babies." This work is ac knowledged to be one of the ■•«lliag ar-tk;!^ ^ in our booliisiores. Druggiats, however; say thatDr Bull's Baby Syrup oells better than any other remedy It is always reliable. Price only 25 cents.  It can do you n3 harm but will positively cure you. we refer to Old Saul's Catarrh Cure  c  TIJFFVILLE ITEMS.  OLD weather in earneit now......  The water is slowly going down .... Duck hunting is the order of the ^.day. More hunting than ducks though  ......Had anyone p<ts>ed near Lincoln  last Saturday night, they might have thought there was a jimmy cane coming. It was the grangers' goat already there  ......Charles Meridith is soon to leave  this community. The neighborhood thereby loses one of her honored citi zens... Mrs. Nellie Griffith is at home visiting her parents, Mr and Mrs. Wm  Walters......The district schools are  drawing close to the last day in this  township......John Roe starts for  Illinois tOMlay, where h» intends making  his future home.....Tuffville is soon to  enjoy a boom in the shape of a hard  warestcHTe........Miss Stella Elgan ia  visiting frieodd and relatives in this vicinity.  The Rich Man's Son.  The rich man'a aon ioherits laods,  Aad piles ot brick and atoaex and gold,  be inherits aoft white hand«. And tender fleah tb»t feairs the cold.  Like soft hands, and tender fle<di, many diseases are inherited ; especially tendencies to asthm«. Consumption, Bronchitis, and Stomache and Livsr troubles; but there is a remedy, known as the ''Gulden Medical Dibcovery," which overcomes these diseases, and cuts off all tendencies toward a fatal result. Dr. Pierce of Buffalo, has put this remedy within the r«ach of all, so that even tie poor as well as the rich, canob tain it. It is worth more to you than '■piles of brick and stone and gold." Ask your druggist fcjr it. It's guaranteed to beu'^fic or cure in every cum, or money paid for ic will be refuhded.  PLEASANT RIDOC.  A NDREW JACKSON was made the J\. happy recif^t of • hounoing big  baby on Saturday......Mrs. Mary H<dt  returned to her home in Davien ooonty  one day last week____George WdMter,  one among our best citizens, went to Mineral City Tuesday on business ... ..Pleasant Ridge can afford one run away boy each week and stiU have the same number left. They always return in a few days ...Miss Ftoceooe Miller gave birth to fine boy tehy on last Thursday. Mother wad diild doing well  ......Died, Nathan Smiley, on the S6th  ult. at the age of 73. Old age was probably the true cause of his death. He was a well respected citizen by idi who knew him. llie relatives and friends  have the sympathy of all......Samuel  Lancaster was here a few days ago to  see his brother......Wheat as a general  thing, looks well ia this part of the county, but a small acrage is sown.  copyeight Office, Washinotjh D C. To-wit:—Be it mmewbered. That in the year 1890, Ign. Fischer, of Toledo, Ohio, has departed in this ofBo? tiie title or dessription of which is in the toUowiag words to wit: ' -L jst in Sorrow, Beverie uanscnbed for piano by J. E. Eeksr," the right whereof he claims as Proprietor in conformity with th^ Laws of tbe Un ted States, respecting copycjght. A. R Spofford, Librarian of congress. This new Reverie will ha mailed oo re ceipt of 40 J in stamps by tbe puUisher.  WEST ST4FFORD.  Rev. BURRIS and Bill Timmerman, <'f Pleusnntville, took supp«>r at D »vid Delay's Sunday evenini;... .There was preaching at the Staff rd school-  house Sunday night.......We beiieve  that ('havley Brewer contempUtt'S matrimony', 88 h^ baH Hold hi-« interest in the Haw mill....]., W. Maddox has traded horses thr»-« times in the last few days. R-v Burris will begin a protracted miH-ting at the Stafford schoolhouaenfxt  Sunday night........Jakie Gnrrett. tie  champion pugilixt of Stafford township, Siy« he can't stay away from Park any longer . .. Nelson Rich«rdson, teacher of  der in April Only persons holding :'>G thid townphip, went west Sunday even  months license are eligible. Examina tion at same places as the regular ex amination.  tf Wm M. Moss, Co. Supt.  to township principals 1 have had several requests for ex aminations for graduation m March. Where there ia a desire for such, I will grant tbe examination, if the township principal will get consent of the trustee and so notify me in time to get questions before tbe '.ird Saturday. ^  Wm. M Moss, Co Supt.  Bucklen's Arnica Salve.  The best salve in the world for cuts, j bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever ' sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns, and all skin eruptions, and posi-  rors in the uie of pronouns, and explain, P®y required. It  . 1, .r., is guaranteed to give perf «Mît satisfaction  6 Give the principal parts of drink, „»onev refunded. Price 25 cents per ride, know, bid, go. • bos. For sale by 8. Stalcup. tf  int;. Don't know wh^'o he will return, but probably Minnie does. .. .There ha« bet'n an interesting love letter discovered in which the sweetheart makes use of some expreHsive language. Among other exoresnions are: "My darling, thouith we parted so recently, yet I can't refrain from writing you a few lines. Your lovely blue eys and sweet smiles are constantly with me," and "dearest, I hope you won't coDbider me unworthy of your affections, for I love you wiih  hII luy heart." Don't blubh, Sam......  Owing to the inclemency of the weather there was not as Urge a crowd at the bnsket supper as was expected, though all thHt were present enjoyed themselves  splendidly........Miss Cora Delay will  probably spend a portion of the summer with her brother, Albert, who lives in  Missouri......Rev. Burris will hold his  nexc quarterly meeting at the Jackson schoolhouse, on next Saturday and Sunday.  SCOTLAND.  George CROOKE was attending  church h'-re Sunday......A'pha  Vlorrison has purchased his father's drug  store......T D. Black more is furnish  ing our people with fresh meat____Scotland will have a new blacksmith shop  soon......James Hall, one of Martin's  best teachers, was in town last week in  the interest of a school____Jacob Isen  ogle's clerkship was of bhort duration He has returtie«! to his first love, tbe  shop____Misses Eliza Baker and Francis  Mciiinnis, two plea»%nt echool ma'ams,  were in town Saturday.....Mrs. Belle  I-^enogle came lo town to viHither hubby  Friday eveuing........Vest and Black-  more have ordered a lar<e assortment of  furniture____Ham LauKhliu was in town  !a'It Sunday .....Peter Basler, one of  Tavlor's best men, was in town la^^ttSatur day... .Mrs. John Stai;t<ers visited her mother, Mrs Perneaty Eaton, over Sunday......Rumor 8ays Lewis Eamn has  taken unto him-self a helpmate. He pre  fers Graham tl >ur to new process......  Thomas Etitou has niovt^ to Tilman Barker's farui, aiii James Mood into  Greene county......James Denney will  perhaps soon cast his 1 >C in Sct)tland.. .  .. .Paris Kinif was at Bloomfield several d.tys last week.  Prejudice and ignorance have given way to Simmons Liver Regulator. It has stood the test.  SWITZ CITT.  rpHREE more weeks of school----Jim  J. Thompson has returned from an extended visit to Monroe county. We guees he has a girl there. Jim, there are lots of pretty girls here without go ing so far____Mrs. Lundy and Mrs. Maggie Conklin vtoited friends at Dogger  over Sunday......Mrs. Joe Bovenschen  was very sick the past week.......Mra.  Biaggie Wesel, who has cancer, is veijr  poorly at this writing.....Biilie Parsley  and Jimmie Terhune have gone to Bed ford to work this spring and summer..  ____Mrs. Greg visited friends at Mineral  City Saturday and Sunday......John  Harvey's little girl is on the sick list----  John Robf^ has moved to Indiana^is  ......This is headquarters for thieves.  Their ages are from ten years to fifty We need a thorough sifting of matters  here____We wonder what young man it  was who went to see his girl daring the high water aad got s) badly soared when he started home he ha 1 to go back and get his girl's father to go part of the way  with him____Henry Hardy visitsd the  county seat Saturday____SuperinteiidMit  Muss was in town Friday visiting: the  Hchool......Hugh Doyle has become a  resident of eur town again......We  understand the measles are raging west  of town......Wee Gates has moved to  town........Billie Shelkett visited the  booming town of Linton Tuesday......  Allen has stopped work on the dreidge for a few days on account of the cold weather and the scarcity of coal.... Mrs. Jane Huffman is dangerously ill at thto writing.  Two Papers a Wook tor a OoiUr a Yov.  The weekly edition of the St. Louis Republic isnowparctu»dIyasemi week> ly. Two papers of not less than six pages each are mailed every week, on Tuesdays and Fridays This is an entire* ly new departure. It gives the news fully half a week earlier than any week ly paper, and yet the price remains as low as that of the cheapest weekly. It makes The Republic at once the beet and the cheapest news journal in the land. The price is only f 1 a year, and The Republic is enjoying an unprecedeut boom in circulation. Special Missouri, Illinois and Texas editions are printed The general edition for other States con-taines only important events of interest everywhere. Remember the price is only $1 a year. Sample copies or a premium catalogue sent free on application. Address, The Repdblic, St. Louis, Mo.  Mr. Jordan......James Hotgue started i  to Pme Bluff, Ark^ Monday night to aO' o^ a position as foreman in Sam Hard ■  aEKMt DIBEBTWy.  OI8YB1GT OmCUtiT  in's new sawmill----Dr. Aydalocte was Hob. John H.o^Muil...... . ni^r-.—  called to Wright township Tuesday. Hm. cas^ T. ajub.............. ^T^ssHtoc  Tourtttt«  Whether on pleasure hent or hosinossj should take on every trip a bottle of Syrup of Figs; as it acts most pleasantly aad«0sctaally on the kidneys, liver and bowels, preventing feven, headaches and other forms of sickness. For sale in 50c and |1. (X) bottles by all leading dmggists.  mar  iiiAJit;«^.  Let our sidewalks be r^aired.......  Several applioants at the town*  diip esDunination........ Prof. Moss, of  BIdomfisid, visited all the schools in  Stafford last week____Muddiy roads are  very plenty in our midst.....Wal Mou  has returned from tbe west......RUck  creek was the highest it has been for yearalastFridiV....Mr. Slinkard is to be prtsc^ of the Maroo high schools  ^Rtringlhe spdng term----There was a  laige crowd at the M. E. diiuok Sunday night, and great interest was manifested. Thirty jointirs in one week....Several of our lading citizens are talking up the matter of a canning factory at this pjint. An enterprise of that c iart.ctex woold.prove'9o be of substanUal wortk to all elsnses of oitisens, and espeeiaUy^ to iaimeeaan* gardeners, for to th .>m it would indeed afford a home marin» for their {««duots. The manufsotnre of briekis another indostry for which there  is airopen field____Mr. Waters, of Wash  iogton, Daviess county, is h;.re visiting  his cousin, John Morgan........George  Sharp, the depot agent, went to Bloom  field, courting todi^----Roscoe Buskirk,^  of the BelK 4»c8sing, is working for  Sharp, tha«gent......Miss Maggie Ed  wards of Swite Ctty, is viüting her pa rents... .Mr. and Mrs. John Jamison, of  lanton, are visiting their parents.......  Elsie Marsh was almost crazy last Mön dayv However it was over tbe arrival  ot a fioiB girl baby____Mrs. Carrie Beas-  ley visited friends ac Switz last week... .... John Watson has moved on his farm  cocKT* ornosBs.  Mob. BiAani BaflBMa.........ITiiiminlwilii  FtankUo Baawe,.._ .'.V.TTTroSk  Thoa. v. Owma.......................... Abater  Jaarn K. itall ................ TrmSmtSr  Win. E. ThoinusoH  jj-opho.SSSST!.•..V.. ... -.v.-.tuSSSii iT'ViS.^S"::.......  JsmeaP.Dentoa.■..."..! .'.''.'.V.'..".'.'.'".'. <5e5w  cutcvix cointTi  raroolt oourt conveaes the M Moaday ib  Heptsiabw aad Sd Moaday m November.  H»n. JohB C. Brins....................JadM  Boa. W. C. BulaÒT......FrosMSBttn« Attwi^  GOIUtiaSlOirBBB* OOVKT. Mmu lltat lloBday la March, Jaso. OtpUm ber and December. Simon Bland........  .....r.......... CoowBlMlaao»»  David L.Oab(irn....  JVSTICKS or TBK »BAGB.  Highland..........................JnbnCritM  )H.M.Biieber >WlB. tiM4rt«ks (Jaiob Andcraoa  Beteh Oreek..........  Center................  Jaokaon...........  Taylor................  C«S£................  -"U.B.Moal (Andrevr Percoson W. Atttt  .w.r.Bukvr 4 O.BdwanU . David Orovss „ . t«.W.OahOB.  BichUnd...................... {J. B. Bi««tor  ÍO. "  WashiasUta................  aufford.....................  Wright....................  Btockton....... ............  Jafforaoa................  Palrplsy ...................  Qraut.......................  M. Baokaer  (■i«ai«H Kdwar«to IWm H. Tall«y i liowadt« Bdwards T B,0'asv*r I John W. Wlaa iJoaepb Bobaitaon ...aoorgo W. BU» I Daniel Bifca A a Bala» K. HMk fmerib» gmio ' i B*itfv A:. Wrador . «W. B. Wakcflold iJdan Gray •  TOWMaUIP TBVSTBBS.  mams.  w  LI ONS.  M. BAKER'S brother from Ohio  is here on a visit......A new  produce merchant—F. M. Hombeck— look out for high prices. More the mer  rier......Wm. Huffman's wife is very  sick at present......J. H. Quillen is improving very slowly......Zach brewer  has sold his residence to John Ross, and will rebuild this fall......McKinzie &  McCurter will soon occupy the old Calla Now Try This. | han stand with a complete line of gro-  It will cost you nothing and will surely ! ceriea......M. Kaufman has returned  do you g<K)d, if you have a Coujih, Cold, j ui his home at Indianapolis.....Wm.  or any tri^uble with Throat, Cheot or Aikmi*n and wife made John Davidson  Lungs. Dr King'» New Discovery for Consumption, Coughs and Colds is guar anteed to give relief, or money will be paid back. Sufferers from La Grippe found it just the thing and under its use bad a speedy and perfect recovery. Try a sample bottle at our ex^^eos« and learn for yours-lf just how good a thini< it is. Trial bottles free at S Sialcup's Drug  a ñying visit Saturday last......Only  two more weeks of school......Maj.  James Grimsle, of Oosport, was un our  streets Tue day......Dr. J. G. Arnold  has been on the sick list......Bob Mc«  Hurter is moving to town to go into the  grocery business.......S. Kaufman &  Son sold their produce house and plant to Arthur Jordan, of Indiani^lis. Abe  Store. Large bottles. 50c. and |1 OO. 3 Kaufman has accepted a pooitfam with  ThsSscretol Ms WsaSth.  A millionaire said "the secret of my wealth" is in the word, S A-Y-E; and the secret of my hra!tb is in the word, S-A-G E. By this last he meant Dr. Sage, whose Catanh Remedy ourfcd him of one of tbe worst case« of Catarrh, and thereby fiaved him from much sufferuqp and premature death, enabling him u> make his millions, and en joy life The cute« made by this medicine are »imply wonderful.  TANNCK.  SNOW, snow is all the go......Hi>d  ' quito a cold spell of weather for a  few days........Oliver Scott and his  charmiog lady attended church at Clover  Valley Sunday......T. P Freeman was  In our mid't Saturday. He ht^ld services at Clover Valley Saturday night atd  Sunday......Richard Hardisty and his  two charming daughters, were visiUng htssoa. N. B. Hardesty on buoday.... .. N. R ^rdesty has a very sick child  at present......Mrs. Liuvina Westmor*  land ÍQ impraving in health SI e has been very poorly for quite a while.... .. Wm, Merideth and son and daugl ter, attend^ meeting at Clover Valley Sun  day night......J. M. Strauser, of Fu  gard, was tbe guest of Wm. Collins,  Sunday......H. K CoUiaa and wife,  wecevisitiog his brother Sunday . George Brandon passed through our  midst Monday......K Hardisty and  family attended meeting Sunday night  ......Aaron Combs is stayiag at home  this week......Spoke hauling is all the  go in these parts now. .........Andy  Hardesty s<iys he went to Mis oara and stayed until he thought Tanner would forget him and not print so much un him, but the first thing whan he come  back was, Andy Hardesty's come......  Mrs Ruth Scott was the (cuest of Mrs  Fults Monday.....Mrs. John Fulk Is  laying very low at present......Willie  Cullison was visiting Wm. Collins Saturday night......Ernest Nicklesi is able  to go to tfchool after a lobg spell of sickness. ... Kinsey Cullison rassed ihrough  our midst Sunday......Wm. Scott, of  Clover Valley, was the guest of J. R  Combs, Saturday night........Minnie  Workman passed tbrongb here Sunday, on her way to Ridgeport to attend meeting......Ben Watson, of Park, was tbe  guest of R. Hardesty, Saturday night..  ____H. D. Scott attended meeting at  Richland Sunday... .Miss Axie John-S(» was the guest of Vangie McDonald  Sunday......Mrs. Sarah Hardesty was  to see her son near Fugard Saturday  night......Miss Liene Collins and Miss  Mamie Meridith, two charming belles of this place, was calling on King sisters  Sunday eve......Ed Dagley was calling  on Wm. Collins Thursday night......  Jasper Riddle passed through here  Wednesday......H. D. Scott was in  oar midst Friday.  Sieve at«leiip. Honry Bortar. I. D. Mo tre...  X«b Bush.....  B.F.Stringfel.  loir..........  T, B, Bruner.. Ji hM U.Calvert Franlc Jeaa . E, E, Spain-  hewwr.......  H. Haut......  W.H. Deckacd Oeo Boganl 8. N, Yeoman  •toe Unfm......  Wm, Powell  TOWNSBIP.  Richland......  Titvlor........  Csas.........  Jackson... i...  Center.........  Beech Creak.. HlKblaad .. . Jell«raon...i..  «»mlth ........  Paurplay ____  Urant...______  WaahinRtou ..  Stafford.....  Sioakton......  Wright......  r.o. ABoasss  .... BlooaMd ..Mineral CHr .....Bswbariy ....Oweasbefg  .......Hsatoa  .......Newark  .. CalTortTlll« .WortbiBstui  . Worthiasten Hwiis Olky ........ Lyons  ......u»X»«io  ........Bsrao  ........llbtob  Lintern  LODOKS.  BlonmSeld Lod«eNo. 8« meets Saturday nisht oDorb«for« oacu fall mnf>n. W. W, Moffatt. W. M. : W. G. Jonea, H. W,; Jame* Hollera, J. W.: Sloann I.«hman, Trea».: W. W, Ualney. Bee.; H K. Eowder, S. D.; Kicbard UaffiuaB, J. Ü.: D. B. üpalnhoorer. Tyler.  Sotaberrr liodve No, 411 ueeta on Satariaj night on or befare oanh full moon. A. -f. Prv. w. M.: T. B, cook, H. W.: B. W. Jounaon. J. W.; B. £. An<ieraMi. 8. U.; W. D. Baanl, J. 1>.: A C. Stenhen.Sec,: I. M. Yoho, Traas ; Taylor Jcaeph, Tyler.  Hobblevllle Lodare No. 437 meet«.............  U, r. Uttlnea, W. M.: Henry LawiMi«-e, d. W. ; Cxivin lUinbolt. J. W ; Tbomaa Coir. S O ; Abuertasmnr, J. D.; 'rhomas Bo^ord.Troar.; Ueo. U. Ciaher, Sec.; Gtorge Uolmea. Tvtor.  Ureeoe Lndire Mo. S77. F. A A. M . niMte the M «Dd 4'h Monday evenings, at Worttaing^nn. A. Palmer. W. M ; B. W. ()ro«e, S. W. ; Wm. Bector, J. W ; i>. Higcs,8ec.; 8, J. Beator, Titcaaurer; Juho Gaid, Tyl«r.  O. A B.  J. W. Rutbdge Post No. 4€8 me«>ta at Sido-berr.v at 1 u'clo<-k p. in. on the a«cond aud fourth Haturdav of each month T. B. Ouotc, •'om.; J. H. Joiinaon, S. V.; J. Poo», J. V T. Johnson, Officer Dar; M. Uorwin. O. <4.; I. M. Ynbn, Qoarteimosttr; A. C. cShephena, Chaplain.  I. «. o. r.  Bloom Beld Lod^e M«. 457 naeta »aeh Frtfay nigiit. John W. Graham. K. U.; Sirooo Lehman. V. G : B. E. Oaviaa, Bee. Itec.; H. H. Nlckenon, Per. Sec.  Worthlngton Lodge N«. 137 1. O. O. F. me«<t* PTerv Tueadav night Eutceoe (>«bom. N. G.: W.O. Warrirk,V, G.; F N Miller, Per. Sec.; Geo. Notter. Ree. Hec. ; Henry Coouer Tra ia ; S.». Cauiwell.chaplaiu; W. A. Uaja.D O.G.M.  Won bington Camp Ho. 130 me»ts lat and Sd Wednesday nicbta of each month. Author Faluter. Oblef Patriarch : W, A. Little, High Prli-Ht: W. O, Warrick. 8. W ; Kugene Orborn, J. W.;J. W. aanaju. Scribe; Godfrey Shryer. Treasurer.  Lyonn Lod«e I. O. O. F. meeta each Toca* day night. A. L. Clogaton, N. G. : J. H. Qail-len. V, G. : Joaeph Mclndoo, Kec. Bmj.; John Oavidsoo, Per. Sec.; John F. Meoae, Xraaaarer.  Newark Ledge Bo, 467 meeU eyarv Thuraday night. 1. M, Hoke, N. G.; W. O. Naah, V. GT; E. B. Pry or. B>-c Hec. ; L.U. Caaner, Per. 8ac.¡ J. J. Fuller, Treaa.  K. or p.  Npwark Lodge No. 270 meets.................  M. F Mclntoab, Cham-«lor Com.; Harlan Bca> ler. Vice Cbancelor; Uba*. Calland, Pralaie; B. N. Booher. K. B. and Seal«: Choa. Glldden. Master Finance: John A. Baldridge, Maatar Exche.; A. S. Camden, M. A.  Accolade I.odge Mo. 63 tnceUi at BleomSeld each Ttiarsday night. W. W. MofleU. Chan-celor Commander: W. H. H. Welah. Vico ( bancelor; B, T. Burrell, Prolate: O. F.Harold. K. of K. A S.; Sam Sbertzar, Master Fiaaace; O. W. Bhryer, Maater Bxcbc.  Worthlngton Lo-lge K, of P. meets each Thuraday night. U. L. Wayman, Paat Com.: W, B. Dyer. Chane, Com.; U. D. Taylor. Vies Chanc.;M.C. Taylor, Prelate; U. H. Sloaa. Haat. ICx.; Bert Cox, Mast. Fi.; Jas. A. Aantin. K. of B. and Seala,  B«4aC«B.  Whit* Biyer Tribe Mo. 911,0. H. M. meet« at Worthlngton «ach WMacaday night. B,K. Yanlley.aaobnn: B. M.QalllOQ, H.es.;J. Aaa. tin. J. S. ; B. W. Eaat, K. of W.; D. A. FoaWr. C. of B : C. D. Hosaton, Pr*ph«»; Joka W. Abram« d. W.i Wattet Bmltb. 6. F.  'M   

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