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9 Sep 1885

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9 Sep 1885

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Bloomington Progress (Newspaper) - September 9, 1885, Bloomington, Indiana The Art interchange has besides its very valuable and serviceable notes and queries designs for China painting an embroidery for a Cushion irom the Royal school Art needlework South Kensington design for vase decoration several designs for drawn work and tar Uinci go decoration. Egg los ton a practical tort and designer in Tor air contribute a paper the subject and there is a practical elementary article hammering brass the kind Bone Art work now uppermost in interest. The coloured piste introduced with the new year am taking features and will add greatly to the value this Sterling publication. The Abt Sistek Chi my a published fortnightly at $3.00 per year by a. Whitlock to Nassau Street now York. A Call at the hardware store w. J. Alien and see the Vanslyke evaporator the Best in the Market for the manufacture molasses Savory one warranted to give satisfaction. Also examine the Hoosier wheat Drill it Baa no Superior in the country and will pay Well the Man who Naes it. A. J. Allen. Fall styles in Grots piece goods have been received by Ben. Mcgee the artist tailor the South aide the Square. Yon who want something neat and Ety Lial a july go to his store and after selecting the goods have him Cut and make Yon a suit. Mcgee a suits Are famous deservedly so and the Man who has one them wears his clothes with no Small degree a and Pride. A museum wonders is the store Tobe Smith the sooth Side the Square. There is no article a notions toys fancy goods that a oat be found his shelves piled up an his Central counters. He buys these goods in car Load Lota and by this Means gets them so cheap that he can afford almost to give them away and he does it. He has the lending Staples in Fine watches mod jewelry and you need not go further than Tobe Smiths for any article in his a a a summer goods must go. Call at Blairs. Wanted every body in need Low shoes and toe slippers to Call at Blairs. Call at the hardware store w. J. Allen and examine the celebrated Buckeye reaper mud Mower the Best machines in the Market. For Light draught ease management and durability they can not be excelled and the Walter a. Wood Mower in store and for Sale by w. J. Allen. All parties indebted to w. T. Biair Are requested to Settle accounts at once those failing to do so will be numbered among the a dead beat a w. T. Blair. Monon Houte. Louin rite s the Albany amp Chichao time table at Bloomi Stox. Arrives going North psf Breite . 6 40a.m chicane Day mail. 11 8a m do n Iglitz express. La 30r.m arrival being South Mitchell accommodation. -.t. 5r.m Loa Vilu any mail. Do night ,.3 s0a.m flee general advertising card Mottoa will save Rno Oey by taking a s pair French Kip boots at $4 71�?former Price $5 35 and $5 50 per pair. These can to found oely at a. T. Blair s. Fresh supplies groceries Are motive etch week by Wii Mon Tbs earner grocer. Among the latest is Tbs a magic yeast cakes Quot Aad the a Empire is King All Tbs novelties in groceries can be Foaud in this Bouse. All goods delivered free charge. Isms Klug cur flaw baby. What a terrible Allie Tom about the beam is a Cross crying baby i a Young Rasa the very Edge Matrimony might easily be frightened from Bis purpose by Karag too much that sort music St the Blaiss at Bis married friends. Yet babies cry commonly Only when they Are Eirk. One t As spoonful Parker s tonic gives the Little one will bring rest and Sleap to the baby and All in the House. Only is easts at drug Gate. If you want to borrow Money at lowest rates if you Wist 1� insure your property Call a a East a East Wab Euh scratches and itch cured la 3 minutes by Woodford s sanitary lotion. Una no other. This never fir iii bad by Lindley druggist. Bovl2-y finest Stock Wall paper Ever kept in the county. Mcpheeters hardware bread the great staff life is All the better for health for being extra Good. That is the kind Beau Kart Tbs biker Basra. Everybody that has eaten this bread Wilt is it again. It is Superb. C. Van Zandt at it son Ann Dealua u metallic burial caskets cases and coffin a Hearse and carriages furnished to order. Orders by Telegraph will receive prompt attention. Shop College Avenue North end w. O. Fees building Bloomington i Indiana. A favorite hotel a the Orchard hours situated opposite the depot. Tbs House is Large conveniently arranged and. The rooms Are comfortably furnished. Good Beds s Well a applied table All that any Gnu might desire Are to be found sofa. Well arranged Sample rooms Are stated up in the Orchard House and Cam Merciol travellers will find the Orchard a Good Bouse St which to Stop. Meals Tup pits to Perrons at Resson Abts figures Orchard i Sou Are the proprietors. The meanly teat. He matter How handsome Stalwart a Young Man May be otherwise nothing can make up Tor a partially Bald head. Shining talents Era attractive but a shining poll is not. The cause May be sickness any tiring else yet parkers hair Balaam will atop the Ion the hair and Start a new growth Glossy and soft Bair so q sickly As to Surprise you restoring the original color at the Urne time. Not n Dye. Not oily delicate perfumed. Only Standard 50c. Dressing. A Princeton Clarion mrs. Hon so. Richie formerly mits Nau title Ison whose serious illness has heretofore been mentioned in this paper died saturday consumption at her Home in Oakland. She was a most estimable Christian lady whose death is mourned by a Large Circle friends and relatives. A Bedford Democrat has had erected in his office a Beautiful mantel out his Bloomington Gray and Buff atone it surpasses anything we have Ever seen in the mantel line. The Large Mirror Over the mantel has a Stone Frame and the upright pieces the mantel Are inlaid with old Gold and Jet and All the Stone �9 polished so highly that Yon can see yourself in it. Whu Hall and Vicinity. Dick Brown sold a Span mules to Jeff Franklin for s225. W. R. Livingston sold 40 acres land which he lives to Uncle Joel Kanard for $700. Dick Walker and family Haye sold out and will Start for Ruo county Kas., the 8th inst. Mrs. Mary a. Walker and mrs. Sarah Britton Are under the professional care . Whitted. W. R. Livingston went to Indianapolis to Day thursday to Purchase his Corn burrs belting and pulleys for Bis new Mill. John Welch Era removed Bis Cuttle from the farm hero to Gosport. J. H. To Ruff j. H. Noel and Sylvester Adkins were at Bloomington tuesday business. Mias Maggie Duncan has returned to her Home in Bloomington. Mrs. Faria and daughter Elixa is keeping House for her brother James Creech in Bloomington. From Spencer Democrat. Miss Ella Dunn Bloomington was the guest miss Clara Thomas last sunday. Or. Smith near Bloomington was visiting his aunt mrs. Mitt Sadler this place Over sunday. R. J. Alcy t. L. Lingle and Webb Moffett Are going to attend College at Bloomington this to form. Mrs. John Matthews j. A Carpenter wife und a Abs and mrs. Emly Matthews a Bettsville were the guests mrs. O. Howard sunday. Miss Ida Harrold returned to her Home in Bloomington monday after a Short visit with her undo John Harrold this i. Ca. Mrs. Orrie Allison returned to Spencer the first the Yeek after an extended visit in vhf Winington. A there will be a Gra picnic Given by theg. A. R. Po3t at Unionville indians the 3d Day oct Olver 1885. There will be Good martial music and speaking by comrades from abroad. A Good time is expected and All comrades from other poets this and adjoining counties Are invited. Come one and All old and Young. Bring your families. Come with Well filled baskets and let is have a Good time. By order committee and poet. William Peterson commander Post no 248, g. A. R. We. L. Adams adj to and Sec. A the Sullivan county agricultural society will hold their annual fair at Sullivan from september 8th to 12 a 188o. C. P. Riggs is president Uriah Coulson Secretary John Rogers superintendent Aud Jacob Biliman treasurer. A Bedford Democrat miss Martha Pearson in company with her father judge p. Left wednesday night for Oxford Ohio where miss Martha will attend school the coming year. A the Bloomington High school begun with an attendance 41 pupils. A the geese Aud ducks have been pasturing the streets during the past week. Next the pigs will Ven Turc out. A the train going North by a change time table sunday arrives at 11 38 the train going South at 4 35. A the county commissioners have donated some 800 it. Of Iron pipe to the agricultural society to be used in carrying water from Hopewell a farm into the fair grounds. The society have also secured a lease five years the grounds now occupied by them Aud owned by the county As a portion the poor farm. A Browne a physiology is to be a optioned in the county schools. A prof. Harris and wife returned t Yiu Clunes Friday. A Homer son Boa. Massey As gone to Wichita Kas. A Nat. Roseberry and wife vegas n. M., arrived in. Booming Lon tuesday to Ruig. A win. Anderson from North f town accompanied by Bis Fanti by has gone to Kansas to Reaide. The Washington to. Teachers a Mcguffey a revised readers have been adopted in the Monroe county common schools. A a Post office inspector was Here last week looking after the location controversy. It is said that he a to report whether it is Best to remove tire Post office to the old Saloon room in the Bolles Bachur Block. As the a a inspector so interviews Are said to have been confined to those individuals favouring a removal but one result May he expected from his visit. Perhaps but Oue result was intended. A Hayden amp Barm 65 North Salina Street Syracuse n. Y., wish a live agent in this town to sell a new useful and fast Selling article. Good wages guaranteed. St. Nicholas for Boss an Ltd girls la a publication which every Parent May give to the children freely a id without fear contamination. It in recognised everywhere at one the purest magazines its class and the that selects it for his children doot Thorn s kindness that will show in after life by the i kaons this publication Tea chit is an outgrowth and successor to it River tute which in in Day was deservedly famous. Remember to inquire Tor St. Nicholas when providing your Reading mat Peterson a have before us the current this Well known favorite the Ledion monthly. It a a splendid number with a perfect Galaxy steel engravings coloured fashion pistes coloured Pau Ernt for the work table tales poetry Etc. Undoubtedly to Teison is not Only the Best but the cheapest Magazine its kind being but two dollars a year to single subscribers. To clubs it is cheaper still with great inducements to those getting up clubs. Subscribe to no Magazine until you have seen a copy a i specimens Are sent Gratis if written for to persons who wish to get up clubs. Address Charles j. Peterson 306 Chestnut Street Philadelphia a. The Century Magazine is the Only leading and Standard publication its class that is issued monthly. It is published by Scribner amp co. And takes the place scrip nor i monthly a Magazine that had earned a world wide reputation. The a Century Quot a As Well known in Europe As in a Tierica and it is highly prize by literary people the higher class in Landon Liverpool end Manchester. To be thoroughly posted the lending literary topics Tea Day you must Raad the Century. Martinsville Republican. The state University at Bloomington opens to Day. The attendance from this county will not be As Large As last year As most the i St Denu who were there last year will remain at Home to teach. W. A Cravei Sof Center Valley was in the City monday his Way Home from Bloomington. He is interested in fish culture and has seven Ponds Well stocked with Carp. He is attending the fairs the state fish and offering them for Bale. President d. 8. Jordan s lecture before the Institute last Friday was one the Best Ever delivered in Martinsville. It was a plea for a higher education and was particularly interesting and beneficial to Young men. Rev. J. Cooper died at his Home near Bedford last monday after a 6hort illness typhoid fever. Or. Cooper vat old and Well known resident Morgantown near which place he was born february 5th, 1842, and where he had resided All his life excepting the past eighteen month. He was married to Kiziah j. Griffitt july 18th, 1861, who died Joly 89th 1881. On june 26th, 1882, he married mrs. Jane Mcnutt who survives him he also leaves six children to mourn his loss. Gossip about people. A the finest scenery Good Light and pictures made cheap As elsewhere at barns leading gallery. I have 3 full blooded Merino Bucks i will sell very cheap As i cannot use them any longer. A thoroughbred Durham Bull Good Pedigree is a Fine breeder will Exchange for another will sell. Also Bull and Heifer calves and a few Milch cows which i will sell at Low prices. Residence one half mile West town. Isaac p. Hopewell. A Unionville and Vicinity was recently visited by thieves who broke into the residence Rev. Barrow and stole provisions into the residence Daniel Robinson and stole Loois. Of meat Ioto Millers store Aud stole several boxes cigars and six dollars in Money. A Rev. H. V. Givler the new methodist minister occupied his pulpit last sunday to the pleasure and Benefit a Large audience which had assembled to hear him. Bro. Givler is a Man genial disposition and marked ability As is shown by his talk and sermons and we predict for him Success and the Good will the people in Hia new Field. A the a knights the switch a ten in number visited John deck Ard a citizen Polk tp., last thursday night and after administering a severe whipping to him said it was in payment for his ill treatment mrs. D. Some his neighbors declare that the charge is groundless and say that the perpetrators the out Rugo shall certainly be brought to Justice. Boots and 8uoiss. Of this line goo is we have a Stock surpassed by no House. All the most reliable brands Are in this Stock. You should see the popular a Walker Boole a a none belter. Re l d. Pol i a want. I. Payne Daniel Bolt win. H. Wrenger w. V. Pay no v. H. Dusk Lark m. K. Henna end mis Neil in Chi Ley. A Rev. F. A. Eller will give it ome attention to his farm West two during the next twelve youths. A in. W. Norman Polk to. A l a Radata Indiana University has teen elected principal the High a i shool at Aurora ind. A miss Kate Hight a competent Amarhar this place has been elect a to a position in the hanti Agton nd., schools. A col. G. W. Fried Ley la ifs the Jason Brown Seymour and 3apt. Marlin Bedford were am my the foreign attorneys present n court this week. A Rev. Or. Alabaster Indian Polar will deliver the next Sabbath afternoon lecture. Subject a Marin it promises to be a lecture interest and a Large Aud Euce will undoubtedly Welcome it. A the opening College lecture by r. Jordan a professional Hon Ira was attended by an unusual a Dince. The usual seating Capac the Chapel was taxed to its utmost. The lecture was a High it uder and received the closest St # a mention. A the Petit jury circuit court i s As follows Thos. Ridge Homer ohn6on, Jesse Payne m. G. Mortis John Eads Moses St Clair Andrew Robison win. E. Taking Thos. Wampler Simpson Skir in Robert Henry e. C. Gilstrap. A the College choir will give an Opportunity for the cultivation he usual musical Talent in the uni a easily. Prof. Naylor a skilled eader will no doubt develop the a Liege Talent in this line As it has Tot been before. The Soloe at the afternoon lecture were pleasant to he ear. There Are voices among hem which give expectation for he future notably so in the Case Hiss Lori Wilson whose voice Weet tone Marks her As a Singer if Promise. A Friday evening last Anone eldest son the late prof. Doiren met with an Accident which nay result in the entire loss Light in Hia left Eye. Two lads Lia own age about 9 years Cump it Ell and Stroug were playing near he residence prof. Wylie the wrong boy having a Cross Bow with which he was shooting pebbles. One the pebbles found Lodgment an tones eyeball cutting the Ris and literally tearing it out. On donday the child was taken to Cincinnati to be examined by . Williams. A Petty thieving has begun again n Bloomington nod three Bouses were entered thursday night. Mrs. J. O. Howe was awakened by a ight in a room adjoining the room she sleeps in and saw a Man lean no Over the bed with a lighted match in his hand. 8be screamed and the fellow ran Down stairs and passed out at the front door. He bad raised a North window carefully pinned up the curtain and climbed in after trampling a Vine to death that grew Over it. The same night a Peir pants were stolen from Berryman a boarding Bouse and f 10 and a Silver watch secured. A monday lest county treasurer Claman being Bis own successor came before the county commissioners and gave Bend in the sum $60,000 for the faithful performance the duties his office. The county Board carefully examined the books both treasurer and auditor a Well a the treasurer s cosh Book and his Cash account with the Bank and found everything Correct and satisfactory. The Twenty Bondsmen Are As follows Isaac Claman Isaac j. Whisnand George w. Welch James t. Van Buskirk Edward l. Anderson James Starnes James Franklin Columbus Whisnand , we. Stephenson Geo. Steph Cubon we. H. Kerr Lewis w. Jones Samuel p. Tho Nipson we. Ridge we. , Silas Grimes Hiram Lindley we. B. Baker. Siu Peou Neeld. A Mort. Nichols who has been travelling with the Vilall Feather renovating outfit has returned. Cd. Eckley Hunter begun Hia school at Terrell Texas monday. A Beu. Sumner for diseased eyes gets perhaps the largest pension in the county�?$50 per Mouth. A Webster s Railroad hotel has been removed to the old Farmer residence Railroad Street. A Walter Collins Baa Atten been ing a re Union Hia old regiment the 74th Ohio near Xenia. A More Kahn was in Cincinnati sunday. Mose goes there to attend divine worship. A Frank Carpenter Stanford ind., is visiting Hia brother John and family Georgia Lawrence co. A Benj. Smiths family will occupy the Clarence Allen House and keep a indent boarders. The House a Bern to the wife John Waldron . On tuesday last week a son. Of Suwu to have a handsome display and can suit the taste and financial condition any customer. Ladies a Tell. Mccalla amp co. Is Douve Menf to the College. A the following named gentlemen comprise the grand jury Geo. Gall Yao John Russ we Matthews Henry Mccalla James Lucas Jaa. Rogers. A Jos. N. Alexander drove through the country to Trinity Springs tuesday last with mrs. A., whose health Haa not been Good for some time. A Harry Orchard and John Lan Man went to Chicago the excursion train and will remain in that City having secured positions there. has returned. A judge . Mirra opened court promptly at 8 30 a. Tn., monday with one the largest docket that has confronted a circuit judge in the past five years. A Peter Swafford who lived the Hill at Spencer near Henry Keenes died one Day last week and was taken to Monroe county near Stinesville for burial. A a. J. Allen is Selling a number Vanslyke evaporators for the manufacture sorghum molasses. Sorghum Cane is said to be exceptionally Fine this season and Rich in sap. A . Stewart n Bridge Carpenter who has been the Road Between Mitchell and Lafayette for to wolves Yuan tells the Progress that the present season a Corn crop Between Greencastle and Lafayette is the largest he has seen in that time. A Friday morning lust Schuyler fender an employee the showers Bedstead factory was working at the edging machine when his left hand was caught and in an instant was so terribly mangled that amputation waa found to be necessary. This was performed by . Maxwell . And . Bryan the Index Finger being taken off at the first joint and the others being amputated close to the Palm. A last sunday night mrs. Jonathan Kegley a Cross the River in Monroe took a sudden and unexpected Depert oae taking a pair mules a Wagon and her two Small children leaving her husband either to mourn rejoice we done to know which Over her Gosport reporter. Or. Kegley who is Over 80 years old came to Bloomington and through East amp East begun proceed Inge for divorce. His wife is but forty and As the a hired Many disappeared at the same time the solution is easy. Or. Kegley waked up one morning and found mrs. K. Gone and a not pinned the Wall apprising him the fact. A last week Roseberry and Cron purchased i. Dockard eighty seven Bead three and four year for which they paid deck Ard the Buir $2,935. The three year Olda averaged 1,000 lbs., and the four year Olds 1,200 lbs. Thu cattle were weighed and were delivered at Clear Creek station r. Amp c. Then sold fifty head the three year Olds to Henry Hodges Morgan county. The remaining thirty seven head will be grazed til october by Roseberry amp you before they Are marketed. They also purchased thirteen head cattle Rufus Coatney cattle his own Raisin go for which $600 was paid in a a slumping Trade a though tin cattle were weighed afterwards and averaged 1,200 be. This week Thia firm has purchased 150 head Stock hogs which averaged 125 lbs. And sold them to quince Blankership Morgan county. Or. Roseberry says that Hodges and Blankership each have 200 acres the Liu eat corp to has Ever seen. Farm for . C Whisnand two Miles Northwest . Bloomington Lias a farm for Sale. Any Oue desiring to buy will Callou him for particulars. A Frank Axtell has removed with his family to Washington Daviess county where he has charge the Publio schools. A the House recently occupied by Frank Axtell and owned by mrs. Mathers has been purchased by e. P. Adams the grocer for $1,100. A John Riley a in receipt another increase pension amounting now to $24 per month. Riley is in Luck. A Abner Evans Clay township Owen eo., bought a farm in Richland township Monroe co., will shortly move to his new Home. A Frank Wooley having completed a House is now furnishing it. There is a Rumor that Frank a going to take a Boarder. A senator John Sherman a ringing speech will be found the first Page Aud it will i pay a careful perusal. A Horace Mulky Chicago arrived in Bloomington Friday morning a visit to Bis parents. Horace looks like the Lake breezes agreed with him. A the wife Geo. A. Buskirk is dangerously sick at Indianapolis and mrs. John b. Buskirk has gone to the capital to be with her daughter in Law. Pm. Wingfield Ellets Ville has been appointed postmaster vice . Stephenson removed. Stephenson a a disabled Union Soldier and so is an offensive partisan. Or. Wingfield it is is id cts ims to have been in the rebel army. A i. P. Hopewell sold 1,638 lbs Wool last week to a Louisville buyer. The Man told Hopewell that his was the beat Wool he had purchased Thia line Railroad. A we. N. Show cars is moving into his new House in the Bolleau addition Jas showers having moved several weeks ago. Sam l Wallingford will occupied the House vacated by win. Showers. A . J. F. Pittman left at this office Friday some handsome and rare roses his own cultivation which suggests the idea to the Progress that he ought to make a display at the county fair. A cards Are out for the marriage William Bossous jr., and miss Margaret Hill daughter Muj. Roswell s. Hill at the residence the brides parents in Ludi Anapolis at 8 p. In., sept. 15. Up. C. Witherby and wife re. Turned to Bloomington saturday evening after an absence five weeks during which time they were visiting relations and friends in and about Cincinnati and Dayton A you can go to Louisville each tuesday and thursday exposition rate tickets at a Cost $4.70 round trip. The tickets Are Good for ten Days and one admission to the exposition. A Rev. . Pepper Ohio the celebrated Irish orator will lecture in Bloomington some time thib month. Subject a Ireland . P. Is one the most eloquent platform orators the Day and his lecture will be Well Worth hearing. A some idea the immensity the stave business done by j. A. Mcgregor can be bad when it is known that he has ten bucking machines now at work which turn out an average 80,0<30 Staves per Day. Since coming to this state in 1877, he has furnished to the Standard Oil company at Cleveland o., alone Over one Hundred million Staves besides shipping to some thirty other different Points at the same time. A the excursion to Chicago wednesday last carried forty persons from this place. The participants report a Jolly time. Among those who went from Bloomington were Alex. Robison James Rice Msj. Mulky and wife hemp. Wilson wife and daughter Emma Bert. Hirsch we. Kennedy . I s. K. Rhorer Robt. C. Foster Addison Smith g. L. Brandon Dudley c. Smith eph. Hughes. Ella Tuley . Brannock and wife John Alexander mrs. Wicks mrs. Braux James Jackson Geo. Beu Kurt Charles Allison will. Clark miss Ella Tourner Emma Kreuger Laura Clark Mart. Bolles Bachur Harry. Orchard mini Robison Grace Wicks Ralph Rhorer Mamie Broux John Lan Ian. A mrs. Mcclelland contemplates removing to Syracuse n. A we. Fuss has rented the David Adams farm. A Hiram Butcher Polk to is ranking preparations to go to Texas a mrs. Fannie wife , died thursday evening last with consumption. A miss Mamie Taylor neice . J. G. Mepha eters has gone to Glendale Female Seminary. A a. W. Spangler and wife Are from Europe. Prof. S. Will to an assistant prof. In German. A Ira Batman went to Columbia oily tuesday where he will teach this pall and w inter. A Jas. Scott Cornland ills., is visiting John Scott in the Southern portion the county. A miss Sadie Sampson Mitchell is visiting the family . Dowden in this place. A . Wicks was in Chicago lost week making purchases for the Bee hive. A anti thrasher has returned from Kansas fully determined to remove at an Early Date. A Indiana conference the m. E. Church will meet in Princeton next september. A Mauk. Phil putt will study theology in new York this fall. Brooklyn would be a Fine place to take it in As a there. A John d. Morgan will teach school in Stinesville this Winter. J. W. Whitaker will Tench in District no. I Indian Creek to. A Lon. Moffet brought a brother to College. Lon. Will ire principal the Bowling Green Clay co. Schools this fall. A Enoch fullers wife and eldest daughter who have been dangerously sick with typhoid fever Are now convalescing. A miss Sibert sister the Well known Miller this place is learning telegraphy at the Bloomington office. A John Adams Clear Creek to. Is going to make the trip to Nebraska by Wagon arid will Start Spon. A prof. Garner looks rugged 8uu browsed and healthy after Bis vacation which was evidently an enjoyable one. Cd. W. Browning attended the Stock Sale Henry amp Montgomery at Gosport lust week and bought a Fine Yonng Jersey Heifer. A the african m. E. Church conference last week assigned Rev. J. Henderson to the Church in Bloomington. A. A mrs. Tilley and her daughter Jennie left Harrodsburg last week for Cleveland o., which they expect to make their Home in Tho future. A after a sojourn six weeks at Waupaca Wisconsin mrs. W. A. Gabe and mrs. R. W. Miera and a m daughter will return to Bloomington Friday. A Howard Tourner has returned from Indianapolis where he has been working a a religious to says they Are too religious to pay their workmen. A Rev. J. E. Brani and family left Bloomington wednesday night for fort Scott Kansas and Rev. Or. Givler arrived at this place thursday evening. A John Nichols and family left Bloomington tuesday for fort Worth Texas where he expects to work at his Trade that a Carpenter and contractor. A John Wylie has just completed amp neat cottage at lie North end Railroad Street and moved into it a few Days ago. Every Man should own a House if he can and almost any industrious Man Cau. A Benj. Mcgee and wife and . B. A. Mcgee and family attended conference at Spencer. The Moges Are at Home in Spencer . Mcgeesr. Having resided there at Ono Jioie. A the rumoured resignation judge Micro is without foundation. It in not thu Monroe county Lias an Opportunity to claim so genial courteous Ami competent a gentleman for judge and no one will blame Tho people for a desire to keep him just As Long As they can a will. E. Adkins has for Sale two organs at u great bargain. Cull at the store the map acct Cre hardware company. Suicide.�? tuesday afternoon at about 4 clock John Shutte it routed German waa found in the Public graveyard by Sexton Hall unconscious from the effects chloroform which he had taken with suicidal intent he died it the a Asylum near by at 6 . He had been threatening to take his life but no one heeded him a he had always acted singularly. A a a a Richard Moore Yard master at this station died tuesday afternoon with enlargement the liver. A the wife Joh Throop died tuesday with consumption., a Bill a r t. I �1 a Call at Mccalla �6 before you buy jeans yarns flannels. Every tiling new and desirable. Few York count the finest oysters in the land Are received daily by Geo. Benkart at his popular restaurant and they Ana served in the Best manner and in every style. South College Ava. Rodert80n Bros have All Faa Best brands flour and deliver All goods promptly. Ask to see new arrivals Tea and Coffee. Mcphetters hardware co. Haa just received a car Load Wall paper and window shades which they will sell lower than even. A you soul in Call map Bostert Ard Ware co. And examine their line buggies and Spring wagons. You can buy a Bugey this firm for one third Lew Money than from any other firm in the City. They Are All fully guaranteed. Tilt Ket the greatest variety am the let est grades manufactured now in Stock at Mccall to amp . Better spend that Good Money with me till you Settle that Little balance. W. T. Blair. If Yon need a wheat Drill thin fall Callou the Mcpheeters hardware co. They can sell you a Drill for $40 and upwards no better Drill made. All Are a old u guarantee. Ryan has for Sale at Hia a hop some Tine two horse Wagon Only sixty dollars each Spring wagons buggies Phaeton <sic., All ready to hitch to. He pro Pogos to sell them As cheap As they can he bought anywhere and hex Vartania them put up in a durable style. Call and inspect these vehicles it polite the county jail before you buy. Job work and Borse shoeing done promptly. Comforts a Well made und Good material just received by Mccalla amp co. To have just received a Large Stock Wall paper Aud window shades which we will sell lower than Ever before. Please Call Ami look through our Stock and learn our prices. Mcpheeters ii Ard Ware cd. Ice can at Banc Kart a. Tea Best in Bloomington too. Cash Cash i Cash i1 want my Cash for those Boota and shoes you purchased time. W. T. Blair. Our line heating stoves is immense. Come and 6ce them. Mcpheeters hardware co. Best produce always bought by hemp. Wilson the grocer. To can get Good hotter at Hia store a Well As All the choicest grocer a. He makes a specially Fine teas coffees cigars and tobacco. For an Oyster Stew % Broil go to the Benckart restaurant South College ave our. To choicest oysters Are always kept and there is a neatly furnished room to cat them in. Street Entrance. Quietly but surely Charley Mobley is getting in his fall a Toeko dry goods and notions in a taster room the South Side Charley Mobley a name la almost a Bho a bold word so closely a it associated with bargains. In the country when people Are going to town in search bargains they Are always directed by their friends to a a Batman Aud a to and they go securing Many bargains in Tho latest novelties and Choice Eta Plaa. Hemp Wilson s Stock to Etas Ware and glassware is very Complete. He buys from first hands and so can give some unheard if bargains to those in search Thi it class goods. Goods delivered. who desire to have neatly fitting Bowness suits Cut and made should waste in Lime but Lauten to Ben. Mcgee a merchant tailoring establishment South Side Public Square where a Mimico line French and bag teak piece goods Are kept in Stock. No Little taste is displayed by . Mcgee in the a election these goods the taste and judgment exhibited by him in the fashioning them into garments is the surest teat the finished artist Many a Man owes his respectable appear Auoe to the skill and taste Hia tailor and such being the ease we Manv not but pronounce Benj. Mcgee a True philanthropist As Wall a a thorough artist and gentle mat

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