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Connersville Daily Examiner (Newspaper) - August 26, 1885, Connersville, Indiana The examiner. , ind., aug. 26, 1885. Booth �5d 8h0kh.jjieronaco. In order to make room a for a our fall Stock we will sell All our Low shoes Axi it Slipper a sir 00�t. Oysters at Mulherran s. Bar Paina in books at Galbriith s. Or. was under the weather last Friday. Iju ther Benson is visiting at Liis old Home in Bush county. Mrs. David Showalter visited her parents in Brookville last thursday the color tid baptists held services in tie City Hull sunday afternoon miss of tuft Wood left Friday to spend a week visiting friends at fort Wayne. Will Speet late candidate for sheriff of Franklin county was in town last saturday. W. H. Conley pays the highest Price in Cash for thickens. 23tf w. I. Beck left yesterday to attend a Baptist association near Covington Kentucky. Three thousand people attended the old a Tilers meeting at a Bushville last thursday. Mike Herman of Lattrel was in the City saturday visiting his son Charles and family. Late Glass for Jack Nevin Oon come last saturday and also several lines of men s and women s shoes we will close out at a bargain i Adios come Aivil Hue the bargains we Are in n women s butt Golovk kid top shoe . Uki Aquino neatly Donk. J. M. I-ieb.01t Cost co. Local and personal. Mrs. A. M. Sinks is sick. girl at Glenn Eros. Ili Inry Holberg spent sunday in Cincinnati. Charley Joseph of Liberty was Over monday. The front of j. L. Bailey s store has been newly painted. The Liberty Herald reports e. M. Goodwin seriously ill. Dun Showalter has retired As clerk from bawls drug store. Blank books at w. T. Galbraith amp. Co s. Mrs. Walter Burton has been quite sick for several Days Paat. Our people should take an in Tere i in the coming fair. The heavy Rains last Friday night find saturday made the Corn. W. H. Jones of Brookville was in town a monday on Legal business. Phil Joseph visited his wife and friends at fort Wayne Over sunday. Mrs. Abraham Proctor of Brookville is Friend a in this City. William Honeas of Tipton county is visiting his folks in Jennings township. Frank Mccready visited friends at it. Carmel Franklin county last week. Try the electric pad. S. M. Cook agent fifth Street. U Ernst Smith of mount Vernon Ohio has accepted a position with Jerre grist. Karl Andrews returned last week from an extended visit to friends in Indianapolis. John Kane is an applicant for the position of storekeeper at the null town distillery. The attendance at the presbyterian Sabbath school last sunday was 100 collection $3.14. A Lack Warrick returned last week from Minnesota where he has been for the past year. Or. Tevis and his choir will to in open air services next a nonday evening. Boys suits from $2.00 and upwards at Holberg s. Chicken thieves relieved o. G. Springer of about Twenty Nice chickens one night last week. A Cornet duo was Well Given at the methodist school last Sabbath by messes Curry and Ellis. W. F. Hazzard of Laurel was in the City monday and ordered the sex Jim Knob sent to his address. Levin Green of Waterloo township took a car Load of fat hogs to Cincinnati yesterday evening. Profe Sior Mundell of Metamora and Biehl of Laurel at to sided the Institute Here last . Harry Hall was the recipient the other Day of a Box of delicious fruit and Beautiful Flowers from Little Nellie sinks. A Young Man known is Quot shorty Quot had the last Finger of his left hand Cut Olfat the Connersville factory one Day last week. The Best ice Cream in the City at Schoenholtz amp Friedgen s. 31tf misses Minnie and Ida Kiehl two charming Young ladies of Chicago Are visiting their Uncle a. Kehl and family this week. D. C. Williams wife and daughter of st. Ii Ouis Are visiting mrs. W s Mother the widow Montgomery Northwest of town. A party from Here went up the canal saturday night to witness the water leave the Hydraulic. Thirty six Large Bass were caught. Mrs. H. L. Chapin is arranging to open a classical and preparatory school in Connersville on monday september 14, 1885. Particulars next week. Mrs. James Heron and her accomplished daughter Kate leave to mor Row to visit her daughter mrs. Noreh Johnson at port Montti Ohio. A Complete readiness on the part of teachers and superintendent is being made for the opening of the City schools on monday september 7. John Garrity has a Pear tree on his lot at the foot of West Hill that is a wonder to the beholder. It is loaded with fruit until it has a prop Lor every limb. A festival will be Given at Robinson s Chapel in Waterloo township saturday night the proceeds for the Benefit of the pastor. All Are cordially invited. The attendance at the methodist school last Sabbath was 267 collection $2.24. The Board will meet at the Home of mrs. Charles Mcfarlan next saturday evening Viola Little daughter of John Baker died last suday at 11 o clock after a Short illness. The remains were buried yesterday at 8 o clock from the Catholic Church. Fairley s Niagara and new York excursion was a Dandy. Fifteen cars and four sleepers were required to carry the people. It was Well managed and the patrons were delighted with the trip. T. Maffett has put in front of his store room it new six ton Quot Howe Quot Wagon scale. Public weighing solicited. S5tf Squire w. A. Bush of Fairview paid this of Bce a visit last thursday. The Squire believes that Quot All is Well that ends Well Quot and is not at All discouraged at the Outlook for democrats in this Section of the country. Itch and scratches of every kind cured in 30 minutes by Woolford e sanitary lotion. Use no other. This never fails. Sold by d. Bawls druggist Connersville ind. Julyl5 85-ly during the heavy storm Friday night lightning struck by Ayers House in East Connerville knocking Down the Chimney and tearing the i it last Riog from the Walls. Strange As t May appear a Little girl of Ayers was lying on the floor within three feet of the Chimney when the Accident occurred and was not Hurt. The inmates were badly frightened but none were injured. The new a one was broken. Charley Frost of Cambridge City was in the City last Friday mingling with old Fri ads. John Peebles jr., of j or Smouth Ohio spent sunday Here the guest of miss Kate Heron. Pure Michigan cider vinegar at 20 cents per gallon at Gipe s. 33tf we Are indebted to Andy Campbell of Posey township for a half Bushel of Nice Large onions. Mrs. John bean an aged lady of Oringe township is reported quite sick with Cli ills and fever. The ladies of the Catholic Church will give a Hoclar at Heeb s rink to night. Don t fail to attend. I miss Dode Hamilton a society Young Ludy of ii Nibre de City visited friends in Liis City last week. John Reed and wife of Brownsville returned last a riday from a week s visit to Madison cry unto friends. Rushville graphic mrs. Gale Ford and granddaughter. Miss Bijou Ford Are visiting friends in Rushville. Vanam Birgh s Bill car was in the City last londay. This company does an immense amount of advertising. A delegation will go from Here to Cincinnati next saturday to witness the Champion pugilist of the world in their setto. Parker a co. Have a few sulky plows on hand. Will sell Low. Frank Ryan of Columbia township has accept etl a position As Porter at the hotel Albion 181 Elm Street Cincinnati Ohio. Mrs. I. J. Ready of Indianapolis who has l Elt i on an extended visit among relatives Here returned Home saturday morning. Miss Gractia Blacklidge the accomplished daughter of Alf. Blacklidge a i Ramineni merchant of Metamora was in the City last Friday. Many of our citizens have subscribed liberally of their Means to r by uniforms for the members of the City Cornet band. Commendable. Maxwell Baker of Brookville has received no ice of his appointment to a position As store keeper in the Revenue service. A Good selection. Oysters served in All styles at Ren ner s bakery and confectionery. 35vv4 Fayette county was Well represented on our streets last saturday Aften won. The heavy rain prevent i the furrier from work and they came in from every direction. The contract to Lay the water in the North and South part of the City has been turned Over to John Mcnaughton Kmil Biritela having failed to it to the work. K. I. Newman and Mike Brown two prominent citizens of Milton had business in timer Seville monday Forenoon and honoured the examiner office with a Call. S. Ii. Knott was on thursday last appointed w st master at Laurel. Lie is an Active Young Democrat deserving of recognition. We congratulate him on his Good Luck. One Western five ton Wagon scale in perfect order for Sale. T. Maffett. 35tf George Roholl of Lyons station accompanied the Niagara excursion last week and was delighted with the trip and the sights seen. This was i first Vinit outside of the state for fifty three years. Ind Unai it Olis Herald mrs. A. M Andrews and master Cirl return iii Home to Connersville last thursday mrs. Andrews has been taking a Coursi of medical treatment and is greatly improved in health. A once respectable and hard work ing Young Man was seen on the streets Linht week in a beastly state of intoxication. When a Man undertakes to drink All the whisky in this town he generally realizes his mistake. You will find the lowest prices on shirting at Hera amp Mcintosh s. The music picture gallery delineation and recitation in connection with the ice Cream cake Etc.,will certainly Render the methodist choir and orchestra social quite enjoyable next Friday evening. Admission docents. Encourage newspaper Reading among your children and you will soon it discover what fondness they will have for their family journal and How rapidly they will improve. The newspaper is the poor Man s Library which every family should be provided with. The annual Basket meeting at Doddridge s Chapel last saturday and sunday was largely attended by the people in the Northern part of the county. Rev. Or. Mcmullen of a Distant state and Rev. Rogers of Henry county preached interesting sermons on the occasion. The sweetest freshest and Best watermelons in town will be found at Gipe s. 33tf the coloured Camp meeting in Speer s Grove near Fairfield was largely attended sunday. A mrs. Ferguson evangelist of Ohio was present and assisted in the exercises. She will remain All week and assist in the work. A coloured choir from Ohio was also present and rendered valuable services. Milt Geyer and wife of Indianapolis were in town last saturday visiting his sister mrs. J. H. Riley. Milt has been Steward and his wife Matron at the deaf Ami dumb Asylum for the past two years and so Well and faithfully have they discharged their duties they have been retained another year. Renner hns quit serving ice Cream and dinners but will furnish first class lunch in connection with oysters. 85w4 miss Edith Kearney a charming Young lady who has been visiting miss Anna Haley for several weeks past returned last thursday to her Home at Terre haute. Miss k. Has left an impression on More than one of our Young men s hearts who doubtless daily sigh for a glimpse of her fair form. Grandmother Winchel the oldest lady in Orange township died last wednesday morning of Dropsey and was buried thursday afternoon in the cemetery at Fayetteville. She was aged Over 80 years and leaves a Large Circle of relatives and friends. She was beloved by All who knew her and her name was familiar in every household in that Section of the country. Last Friday afternoon de Mccormick and his Bride started for Phi Lomoth to visit his wife s Uncle Joseph Orr and when near Conwell s old Mill on Eastern Avenue the horse took fright at a Load of lumber passing became unmanageable and ran away. Mrs Mccormick managed to jump from the buggy and escaped uninjured. De also jumped from the vehicle but hold on to the lines and was jerked Down and dragged a distance of a half Square receiving quite a shaking up. Aside from a few bruises he was not Hurt the horse a Fine Gray belonging to Jim Harris was pretty badly Hurt. He fell Down and bruised his left Side and Cut his Hind legs considerably. Smoke the Quot Ben mrs. John s. Tevis is suffering from Hay fever. Alex Heron of Indianapolis was Down yesterday. John Mcgrath paid a visit to the Capitol last Friday. Fred Leeb has retired from the Saloon business. He closed up on monday. Mrs. J. M. Massey is daily growing weaker and her death is expected at any time. Mrs. Piil Joseph went to fort Wayne last Friday to pay a visit to relatives and friends. All fruits of the season can be found at Gipe s. 33tf t. Maffitt has put in a new pair of Howe s six ton Scales the same being the Large at in the City. Tom Conroy of London Ohio come Over saturday night and passed the Sabbath with a lady Friend. Smoke Rummel s daily news Cigar. 32tf train dispatcher Conner of the c h. A i. Railroad and family spent sunday with friends in this City. J. M. Kellum made a flying Busi Ness trip t j in Skomo last saturday afternoon and returned on monday. Quot How Reuben played Quot will make a wooden Man laugh. It wiil be Given at the methodist social next Friday evening. W. C. Forrey has been notified to re Piort at Washington City by thi loth of september for duty As a government official. Several items of unusual interest Are on the Bill of fare at the entertainment by the methodist choir next Friday evening. Big discount on books at Gal Braith s. 9tf. Abner Cullins of Rushville visited his daughter. Mrs. Cus Wulf monday he is also visiting friends in Columbia township. Jars. I. W. Code and daughter after a month s visit among relatives and friends in this City loft last saturday for their Home in Rochelle Illinois. The water was Turnell out of the Hydraulic saturday night in order that the water Pip ii could be Laid across the bed of the Mill race on sunday. A marriage License was issued yesterday to John s. Matthews and Sarah Desdemona Powell the latter being a popular and Brilliant Young lady of the Vicinity of Bentonville. Mrs. Charles Roehl sustained very painful injuries sunday by falling from a chair upon which she had stepped to arrange a chandelier. One rib is broken and partially torn from the breast Bone. Hon. B. F. Claypool has been selected to deliver the principal address at the annual reunion of the Harvest Home Pioneer association of Franklin and Union counties to be held in Raridan s Grove on August 20. The Best ice Cream in the City at Schoenholtz it amp Friedgen s. 31tf those who apply for liquor License at the coming term of commissioners court will have to close their Saloon for about five Days this being the interval Between the expiration of their License and the meeting of the com missioners. Rushville Republican presiding older Charles Tinsley s last sunday night s Sermon was one of the Ablest and most eloquent Ever preached from a Rushville pulpit. He had a Fine audience and his Sermon was worthy of an audience. The baby crop the past week has been quite Large. Fol Hiwing is the list Jake , Maplewood boy Frank Garrett Washington Street Giri Jake Grant boy William h. Kidd Southwest of town girl Ike Harris sixth Street girl. Leave Vojir orders for hard and soft Coal at t Maffett s Cash grocery. 3otf elder M. Reed living East of town has not been engaged in labor for the lord in vain during the past year. His prayers were answered Early last saturday morning with a big bouncing boy baby a second Grover Cleveland. Elder t. M. Wiles stated at the Bethany Park Christian Church convention last week that since he bad been appointed state evangelist he had preached on an average five sermons a week and had led Twenty six persons to conversion. State superintendent John w. Hol Combe addressed the teachers Institute in this City last thursday evening. I in. Holcombe paid this office a i pleasant visit in the afternoon and we regret very much our absence from Home at the time of his Call. Working pants 60 cents at Holberg s Palace clothing House. James l. Hartman living 2i Miles Southeast of Glenwood will sell at Public auction on wednesday septem Oer 2, 1s85, his personal property con listing of horses Milch cows steers hogs Hay and Oats in the mow Corn in the Field farming implements household and Kitchen furniture Etc. Richmond was visited by a terrific storm saturday night. The presbyterian Church was struck by lightning and set on fire and the Large Bell of the Church melted by the electric current. Nothing but the Walls of the building Are standing. Loss $5,000. Ice Cream and cakes at Mulheeren s is the Best. Call and try it. 20 4in the old settlers of Rush county held their annual meeting thursday of last week. Judge Logan of Indianapolis and judge Robinson of Spencer were among the speakers. Since their last meeting fifty five of their number have died and John Boyd aged 00, was the oldest Man on the grounds. Doc Horton arrived Home from Cleveland Ohio last week where he left the Vanamburgh show. Doc is seriously Alibi cited with asthma. He the show As doing a larger business a Han Ever before. He will rejoin the party at Cambridge City next saturday if he is Well enough. F. M. Gipe keeps on hand a full line of spices teas and coffees. 33tf Edward Mccormick and mrs. Charles Frybarger were married last thursday night by or. John s. Tevis. They have taken rooms at Peter Morrison Eastern Avenue. The affair partook somewhat of a sensational nature and created considerable comment at the time. May they never have cause to regret the step they have taken. A Book with the title Quot the personal history of u. S. Grant Quot is being offered to the Public As the Book written by the general. The title of the genuine edition is Quot the personal memoirs of u. S. Grant Quot and bears the general s copyright. Notice the difference in the titles. F. W. Reynolds is the Only agent for the genuine Beek in this City. Miss Cleveland s Book is the Book of the Day. It is Well Worth Reading. It can bar had at Young s Book-store.2t As has been stated before James Messervey was arrested the first of last week for stealing about three bushels of Corn from James t. De Haven. On if Viday last he had a hearing before Squire Morrison and bound Over to court in the sum of $100, and on failing to give the same was remanded to jail. Judge Swift will doubtless mete out Justice to the gentleman. Mulheeren is the Only Man in the City that makes solid ice Cream. Having secured Nice Rich Cream from three of Iny Farmer friends 1 am prepared to furnish families with the purest and Best Cream in the City Flavoured with the Vanilla bean. In Flavouring with extract it leaves a spirit taste which is not agreeable. Remember this. 28tf at Joliet Illinois the City Council have passed an ordinance that habitual drunkards should be prohibited from entering any place where intoxicating liquors Are sold under a penalty of being arrested and fined just the same As though they were intoxicated. This ordinance will be a great Protection not Only to Saloon keepers but to the families of those who Are in the habit of imbibing too much. Our City Council might take a Pointer from Joliet with Good results. Miss Maud Ball is still Conj Ned to her room. De Ball returned Home monday evening from Muncie. Cass Wolf visited the old folks at Rushville yesterday on business. The town clock has been As dead As a mackeral for the past few Days. C. B. Killen of Cambridge City was among the arrivals to our City yesterday. Buy the or. Warner corsets always the Best of Shera amp Mcintosh. J. W. Jackson a prominent business Man of Metamora was in the City last Friday. Judge f. S. Swift passed through the City yesterday on his Way to Indianapolis. Frank Wood went to Bloomington Illinois last thursday returning Home monday evening. Moyer amp Craigo have sold their Stock of furniture to Toma Thomas and gone out of business. Or. Josh Chitwood was called to Liberty last saturday to consult with or. George a. Sigler. John Ochiltree of the Indianapolis Herald visited his old Home at Glenwood last week. New fall Gingham and prints just received at Liera amp Mcintosh s. Or. And mrs. White of Harrison Ohio Are visiting their son Frank and wife on West Hill. Misses Katie and Wena Baue Sauch of Hamilton Ohio Are visiting their Uncle a. Kehl and family. Lightning struck and killed a mule belonging to Joe Iones monday evening. The animal was insured. Fairley talks of running another excursion to Niagara Falls Toronto and new York in five or weeks. Brookville has a scandal sensation in which a widower of not very Long standing plays the principal role. The sneak is a despicable creature. We have a few al out town who would disgrace a coat of tar and feathers. The Best ice Cream in the cite at Schoenholtz amp Friedgen s. 31tf delinquents of Long standing May expect a Quot turning Over Quot in columns if they Don t shortly Ante up. Lev Mcintosh his son de and family attended the Basket meeting at Doddridge s Chapel sunday. Uncle train Caldwell and wife and Nat Caldwell and wife left yesterday on a visit to relatives in Lewisville Indiana. Senator d. W. Voorhees great speech delivered at Greenville , Are on Sale at Young s Bookstore. 35-2t during a fight yesterday evening Between Mart Davis and John Van Horn the latter had his left ear bit off close to his head. Superintendent w. W. Worthing ton Offort Wayne was in the City yesterday looking after the interests of his photograph Road. Don t fail to attend the Catholic social to night at Heeb s rink and get an excellent supper for 20 cents besides having a Bushel of enjoyment. The ladies of the Catli Olic Church will give an ice Cream festival at Heeb s rink this wednesday evening August 2g. Supper will also be served at 20 cents. Gipe s is Headquarters for watermelons. 83ti mrs. Mary Doyle of Lafayette and miss Minnie Erb a Beautiful and accomplished. Young lady of the same City Are visiting the family of or. D. W. Butler this week. Lost Between the old Elm farm and the Stone Bridge a rubber coat. Finder please return same to Michael s grocery store South Central Avenue. The scoundrels who Are hounding at our heels Are known and will receive attention in due time. Begone dirty dogs hide your Slimy carcasses from the gaze of respectable people. Cynthia Revalee has brought suit for divorce against her husband George w. Revalee. Some months ago George tried to get a divorce from his wife but failed. It is Hopefl that Cynthia will have better Luck. cattle yearlings last Spring one a red steer the other a Heifer with red and White spots. Any information leading to their recovery will be rewarded. Adress Albert Martin Connersville Indiana. The country people complain that our town folks take no interest in the fair. Now let our business men and citizens generally take hold with a vim and show that they want a fair and want it bad. Our coloured citizens Are highly Eulogi Stic in their Praise of the very hospitable manner they Are being treated y the Good people of Fairfield during their Camp meeting at that place. Next sunday will be the last Day and we Hope the people will turn out in full Force. For rent the farm of Levi Hart Man deceased containing about 255 acres also 160 acres All in Fayette county. Call soon. W. L. Alexandra agent. During the open air services last sunday evening some boys carried on in a disgraceful manner. Rev. T. H. Hench was compelled to Stop in the midst of his Sermon More than once and speak of their conduct. Such chaps had better stay at Home until they learn How to behave themselves. Monday night about 0 o clock As Martin Reider was on his Way Home East Connersville some unknown ply to tobacco. Cd co co Oto q h it �z33 cd a -23-3m. Martha w. Dungan of Waterloo township has filed suit against Samuel Dungan her husband for divorce. She charges that from the time of their marriage until the oth Day of May 1884, she lived with said defendant As his wife and fully and faithfully discharged her duties to him As a Good and Loving wife should when said defendant cruelly and wrongfully caused her to be confined in the Hospital for the insane at Indianapolis upon the charge that she was insane. She also charges defendant with being too intimate with a servant girl in his employ by frequently kissing and caressing her and indulging in other improper conduct towards her unbecoming a husband. She further states that she was the owner in her own right of $1,Coo, which the defendant received from her and invested in real estate and took the deed for said real in his own name. Also s.500 Worth of personal property which he converted to his own use. She now asks that the Money and property be returned to her and that she be granted a divorce with Alimony and the custody of the children. Rushville jacksonian a Man giving his name As nut Meyer who said he was a married Man and living at Conners file committed suicide at the boarding House of Philip Oster last tuesday night by taking arsenic. He came to Oster s last monday and paid his Board for the next Day at the same time saying that his wife would be Over on the 10 27 train tuesday and that he wished of stay there until he obtained employment. His wife did not come and tuesday he was drinking went to his room and did not come Down to dinner As he said he did not feel Well. Wednesday morning or. Oster called him and finding the door locked and getting no answer a Boarder named Smith went to the window and upon entering found nut Meyer dead and on the floor was found a paper labelled nut Meyer was apparently about fifty years of age and wa3 very Well dressed. The deceased was a resident of this cite and a member of the grand army of the Republic. The Post Here took charge of the remains and gave it burial on thursday afternoon at 2 o clock. James d. Allison of Brookville rascals threw st cites at him but without injury. Martin had about forty dollars in his pocket at the time and it is though the rascals wanted to Knock him Down and Rob him of his hard earned Money. The Connersville buggy company Are Selling buggies As Well As other vehicles at very reasonable figures. They Are on Eastern Avenue two squares South of c., h. Amp i. Railroad. 32 w4 the game of base Ball last Friday afternoon Between the Dunlapsville and the Greys proved quite interesting. The visitors were too much for our nine. This was per Upson account of there being Only five of the regular club playing the rest being picked up about town. In the fifth inning the visitors kicked on the Umpire. Duff Murphy who retired although his decisions were said to be fair and just. The score stood 7 to 4 in favor of the Dunlapsville boys and they pocketed the Gate receipts. The Connersville milling company has favored us with a Sample sack of flour made at their Mill which has been thoroughly tested and pronounced a 1 by the Good lady who presides Over the culinary department. It is As White As Snow and the bread and cake made from it would make a King s Mouth water. We Are glad to learn that this new Enterprise is receiving very satisfactory encouragement from our people and As their flour is made by the very latest and most improved process it certainly can not fail to meet with a Large Sale. For rent part of that Nice residence of Peter Morris on i Stern Avenue opposite or. Gregg s. Will rent from four to six rooms with All con in Bencea. Persons with much encumbrances need not apply. For particulars see me on the premises. P. Morbid. The will of mrs. Mary mount was admitted to probate last saturday. It devises to Charles mount and his heirs the property on third Street now occupied by James Hamilton to q. A. Mount and his heirs the House and lot ust West of the property above mentioned to Kate mount and her heirs the third of the new houses on third Street mentioned also the Homestead of Central Avenue together with the household goods clot Ling and other articles therein. To the granddaughter Mary r. Mcfarlan there is a bequest of the rents and profits during her natural life of the cottage on third Street lying next the Railroad the said property after her death to go Back to Charles Quincy and Kate and their heirs. The will directs that All property not specifically mentioned be divided equally among the three children and names the two sons As executors. The will was made May 27, 188. Week on suspicion of having stolen a horse and buggy which he had in his Possession and was driving through the City when arrested. Allison was also held on a charge of concealed weapons a revolver being found on his person. For this offence he was tried and fined $10, which he was unable to pay and went to jail. In a few hours parties arrived from the Vicinity of Mcgonigle s station of Hamilton and identified the horse As the property of a or. Black and the buggy As belonging to a or. Tracy. Allison had been seen in the neighbourhood previous to the stealing palming himself off As school teacher and had been inquiring for the trustees. These facts pretty conclusively fastens the guilt upon him of having stolen Elijah Elliott s horse last Winter for which he was acquitted after two if Allison is found guilty he should get a Good Long term in the Penitentiary. He was bound Over to court at Hamilton on three charges burglary horse stealing and larceny. Hia Bond was at $300 in one Case and $200 each in the other two cases. The Lawrenceburg Register very sensibly remarks that Quot in these hard times Many families Are trying to reduce expenses to the actual Cost of comfortable living. The question of Domestic Economy and practical retrenchment is one that interests , even those who Are not obliged to reduce expenses to the lowest figure. Household Economy is an Art that is no Means universally understood. One family will live on a third or a half less than another and yet for All practical purposes Quot live quite As Well. The difference is in knowing How. It lies in the marketing the cooking the prevention of waste and in household management. The same Rule holds in regard to other expenditures. Some women will on half what it costs others and yet appear As Well or better. The difference Liea in Superior management and taste. The latter is a natural gift. It can not be acquired and there is no substitute or equivalent for it. It is the undefinable indescribable something which when a woman possesses it makes her always appear Well dressed and which when she does not possess it she can never Rushville s one feature of interest is a steam fire engine. months the drummer arriving in that Rural Village has been compelled to go around and look at the machine with eyes and Mouth wide open with forced admiration and astonishment or else lose All Good will of the citizens. Connersville people who stray Over there Are immediately taken around to see the Quot trained horses come out Quot and prodded with questions As to Why Connersville does t Trade her water works off for a fire engine Etc. A few Days ago one of our prominent business men was in Rushville when a fire alarm sounded. He was told to hasten to the engine House where he would witness the most marvelous display of Equine intelligence and prompt dealing with fires. He ran around accordingly and arrived at the engine room just As the signal was Given for the horses to it me out. They came out promptly. One of them stopped at the engine but the other rushed out in the Street and started off at a tremendous Speed evidently anxious to get out of the town As soon As possible. He was finally caught and hustled Back to the Side door of the engine House the intention being to bring him through the stall at the signal again. But the Side door was to Quot ked and the appeared to be lost. The horses were at last hitched up to the machine in the most commonplace , and started for the fire. In the meantime some sensible old lady who had no Faith in the concern had taken a bowl of Slop water and put out the conf narration. Verily great is Rushville s $5.000 steam fire engine and $750 trained horses belonging thereto. Cloth is hath Etc. Taxi the. Holberg amp co. Are the leaders in the clothing Trade Infa Yetto county the reasons Are evident to everybody. They never misrepresent their goods. They Are always from $2 to $5 lower in Price than their competitors and last but not by any Means least they Are accommodating and obliging. Try them once and you will never buy a suit of clothes tor yourself or for your boys any other place As their thousands of friends and customers will testify All Over the county. Dut a ooh month of August we will. Make a general clean up in every a Obi t name the bargains that a its Youj. Come in and we will convince you that it is no snap advertisement. H. Holberg use co. April 2. 84-tt Ilia tiers an a. Yolotli ies a bus Ukiu chives , wholesale retail an manufacturing druggist. The unparalleled Success met by Woolsey s compound syrup wild Cherry of a Liili we have sold in less than three years the enormous Quantity of 40,000 bottles. This is not due to extensive newspaper advertising nor to endeavours to sell it Over the counters in place of other articles called for but it has achieved this High Point on account of its pm Active value and its cheapness because no false statements Are Ever made in regard to it and because two thirds of the citizens of Fayette county have tried and roved its Efficacy will use no outlier article themselves and they take pleasure in recommending it to their friends and neighbors. Woolsey s penetrating Oil. The Best cheapest and most pleasant embrocation compounded. Elixir Buchin Juniper and acetate Potash. This is the remedy for All kidney complaints. It is a combination of the Best diuretics known in Medicine. Of this article we not Only sell largely at Home but ship to Points in other states. The Best testimonials of its value will be Given at my store. Woolsey s pleasant worm syrup. This is probably the most agreeable syrup which is possessed of worm expelling value Ever Given or taken. Andre s German aromatic bitters an excellent regulator for the Bow Els As Well As an appetizer and an assistant in digesting the food. Price 50 cents. Woolsey s syrup Sarsaparilla with iodide Potash. This has become so Well known to parties who sensibly take a Good alterative each Spring that i am led to say it is at once the cheapest most efficacious and most agreeable of All the preparations of a similar kind in the Market. Woolsey s Livi proved C. Pills. The pills Are purely vegetable will not Gripe and cannot salivate. They Are put up in bottles Are sugar coated and easy to take. Price 25c, As inferior goods. Tvo Oisey s slain poo. A very Nice beneficial article of untold value to cleanse the Calp and keep it entirely free from Dandruff. Price 25 cents. In addition to the above i Livianu feature Coconut hair Oil camphor ice Godfrey s cordial ipod Eldon Seidlitz powders furniture polish a sure cure for scratches on horses purified benzine and also a full line of tinctures syrups fluids and solid extracts elixirs medicated wines. Up my prices will be found the lowest that can be made for the Best goods and in our general Stock of drugs paints varnishes colors Etc., we will give you bargains. Wholesale retail and manufacturing druggist Andre s opera building. Connersville ind. Kens Etas agent for Sedgwick bros., Richmond net wire Fence and for wast foo8 of co a Springfield wrong lit Iron inn Cliel Kail Feii climb Stair Kailing tubular Iron hailing Balcony railing Brao Keth Iron cresting and Finas to or Orn Aniels. Iron chairs settees i ases. Tree guards wire Cio ods in itching posts stable fixtures and m earlier vanes. Patentee of Heck s self opening Gate. Headquarters at Jacob Good ion s Blacksmith Shoi it South Central Avenue Connersville. All these articles Are strictly first class and As cheap As any in the Market. Orders promptly attended to. My 2t- Sist drugs Iudici is Etc. 2,500 Gallons sold in 1883. A hammers ready mixed paints ready for the Brusly. Try them. 500 Gallons new Stock new colors and shades Hammer s ready mixed paints. De. D. Rawls amp co., Quot Olio Losalo am Ltd to retail or big gifts 523 Central Avenue Connersville. October 29,1884. Groc Biks. 0 the loves of Good Coffee Morris i Ball have just received the following brands Chase amp Sanborn s Java and Mac a Java male Berry pm air Java. Warranted strictly pure and of the finest Quality grown. sold at lowest Dpi does r Don t fail to Call and see them before you buy. Huston s Block opposite court mouse. Jan. L-s5-ly prep Ablations. A. 13 what some of our leading physicians say about the pharmaceutical preparations. M. Andrews 3dzix7cczst i have used the pharmaceutical preparations of a. M. Andrews such As fluid extracts syrups elixirs tinctures Etc., for several years and found them reliable and satisfactory j. D. Ziaei joke. I a e used the pharmaceutical preparations of a. M. Andrews for several years and found them to be correctly made and satisfactory. Joshua Chitwood. I have used the different pharmaceutical preparations manufactured by a. M. Andrews for several years and found them to be equal to any in the Market. J. A. Smith Brownsville Indiana. We have used the pharmaceutical preparations of a. M. Andrews for several years and found them to be Good reliable preparations. Skegg amp Hamilton. A. M. Andrews pharmaceutical preparations Are equal to those of any other first class manufacturer. I have used them in my practice for some years and know they Are always reliable. L. D. Dill tan. I have used the pharmaceutical preparations made by a. M. Andrews for several years and found them to be Good. W. J. Pepper m. D. I have used a. M. Andrews pharmaceutical preparations often and consider them first class. S. W. Vance. I have used in my practice the a pharmaceutical preparations manufactured by a. M. Andrews and have found them universally reliable. They give As Good satisfaction As any in the Market. D. W. Butler m. D. For several years i have used the pharmaceutical preparations such is syrups elixirs fluid extracts tinctures Etc., made by a. M. Andrews and they have Given me Good satisfaction. S. D. Shepard Everton Indiana. We can unqualified Day recommend the pharmaceutical preparations prepared by a. M. Andrews. We have no doubt of their purity and therapeutic effect. J. E. Amp f. A. Chitwood. 3mc a. 3nr 33 one to Quot a druggist and pharmacist. Huston s Block Connersville in where May be found the largest Stock of drugs paints oils Glass Etc., besides a full line of be pharmaceutical a relations of our own and other makes. Septembor4.18t9-tf Ang. 12-4k or. Brewers Bloop and liver Specic. A perfect cure for All blood and skin diseases a syp belts Scrobala Maples. Humours Uver complaint dyspepsia chills and fever and female diseases. -poh1tivki.y ouue8 8tphili8 in so 1iat8__ consultation ree. $1.00 a bottle or by express Chaires paid $ Prepared Only by the u. S. Specific co., 248 race st., Cincinnati of Aizic 2g-lm he boil a College Dayton Ohio. r.-, year. Cip Cimicud Toucher of Book keep uni Pho nou Raphy ou-., employ,.,1. Ser. I for circulars. Voll. Do Sund Kukland. Pric Ipili. A Quot hoots axe shoes. C s Boot and shoe House parasols must be closed. Great reductions in hosiery gloves and mitts. In domestics we Are never under sold and Seldom equated. July al 84tf 409 Central Avenue

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