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Connersville Daily Examiner (Newspaper) - July 29, 1885, Connersville, Indiana J l to. A a a a a a a a. A the examiner. Con , ind. July 2in fit. Ii Oonk am shows. J. Heron to. In order to make room a for a of r fall Stock we will sell All oui Low shoes and Slipper also several lines of men s and women s slides we i will clone out at a bargain comi Ami Wullie Haito Ains i Uro Olfin Rurik in ii a t he att Jim be pm toi Kiyoe . neatly june. J. Us. A skit it amp co. This paper May to found a file it Geo. P. I ii Owell amp pcs newspaper advertising in cuu 10 Spruce ass is new York. In Teeth extracted free of charge every saturday afternoon. Wenru in a a a Misclich of a a Liti Gio Lirt Clumm and vol Hii Perlor to Eliut Doriu aii Wiit re Almu ill lie City. A us used la extra it tick it j h. .hoicki.o�ox\, m. To. 5111 a so Ceu. Ave. I Ilys a 8r.-tf local. And personal. Smoke tie Quot Hen Kidir c. M. Rod Preiti eyed at Lluli Ville siriday. The Mars iii of Brookville ii Focca the sunday Law. Mrs. . Cook it visiting friends at pc ilog of Iowa. A. W. Sander s new Louse in Ara plywood id for rent. Bar Prius in books at alb Raitio s. Miko Fujier is confined to iii Home by Rise Matics. Jonathan s. Miller has been for several lays. Mrs. John Post of Vorton is by ii if quite Low with Erysipelas. La. M. Van Home made a business trip to Cincinnati last saturday. Marl up Effrat was overcome by the excessive heat one Day last week. Miss Kite Nevin is spending a Short season with Indianapolis friends. Fine parasols at less Luin Cost. Frank Wood. Professor d. W. Ful hum spent sunday with friends at Richmond. County clerk Little keeps his Oil ice As clean and As Bri Hlas a new pin. Omer Perry has moved into j. S. A Miller s property on West third Street. Mrs. J. S. Gain Blo is on a two week s visit to her is tilter at yellow Springs Ohio. Miss Lottie Stylos of Bloomington Illinois is visiting George sinks and family. Several families of Rushville have moved to the Acton Camp meeting grounds. Or. L. D. Dillman made a business trip to Blooming Grove last Friday afternoon. Buy the Best summer Corset sold Only by Shera a Mcintosh. Of. Harrison called Homie saturday morning by the sickness of his bartender. Jimick Nevin has built a Fine Coal bin under the pavement in front of his new Saloon. S. M. Cook will take Possea Oion of mrs Siimes c. Mcintosh s property on August loth. Mrs. Kate Thomas of Indianapolis visited her Many friends in this City Over sunday. Make your arrangements to go to in Nigara Falls on tuesday August 18. Round trip $5.00 w. H. Beck the Pioneer tailor has a flashy sign in Large Porco Laiu letters on his store windows. Ice Cream and cakes at Mulheeren s is the Best. Call and try it. 20 4m there were 229 in attendance at the presbyterian sunday school last Sabbath collection $3.57. A Little boy of Tobias Smith living South of town is seriously in from eating too Many bananas. The methodist chair will go to College Corner next saturday to participate in a musical entertainment. Misses Cora and Fannie Davis two very pleasant Young ladies of Glenwood spent sunday at this place. Will Taylor and wife of Indianapolis have been visiting his boyhood Home at Everton for the past few Days. The frequent Rains that have occurred in the past few Days have been of incalculable Benefit to the growing crops. A Mason s widow living in the South part of the City is sorely in need of Aid. The Brethren should act promptly. A. H. Conley pays the highest Price in Cash for chickens. 23tf mrs. Or. Idbell of Cincinnati returned Home yesterday after a protracted visit to her daughter mrs. Or. L. D. Dillman. T. J. Wolf had a hearing before Squire Morrison last wednesday and was bound Over to court in the sum of $75 to keep the peace. The Law inflicts a severe penalty on All banners who allow Canada tji Isles to grow on their premises. So look out our dear country cousins. Go to r. B. Fowler s for bargains in groceries. Jerre grist has purchased a lot of Josephine Tatman and husband in the Northwest part of the City where he proposes putting up a Bouse. Charles Snider a prominent Farmer living near Quakertown was Over saturday visiting his daughter mrs. Jerre grist and Jessie Pigman s family. We have been invited out to test the merits of Rush county Fried Chicken. Well be on hand doctor if nothing happens. So prepare accordingly. Marriage licenses have been issued to the following since our last report Joe m. Taylor and miss Rose Martin Wilbur l. Bell and miss Agnes Taylor. fresh Milch cow Light Blue color Black nose and the tips of both horns sawed off. Reliable information will be suitably rewarded. Address John h. Lille Box 498, Connersville Indiana. Flo it i the wife we Ripper. Gre it reduction in parasols. Frank Wood. The roof and chimneys on the City Hall building have been repaired. Theodore Pfaefflin was confined to his room last saturday from sickness. Eldi r t. M. Wiles is looking after his Fidi k in Henry county this week. Quot bal Quot Parry of Rushville paid his respects to Connersville friends Host week. W. C. Kelley Ron master of the Valley Jerk water line was in the City last Friday. If you want an elegant dress cheap Call at Shera amp Mcintosh s. Billy Hubbard is now compelled to walk with a Cane the effects of sciatica rheumatism. A list Anna Linn of Cincinnati has Ron non Home after a Brief visit Toher brother Lake. James Mcclernon of Posey township lost a valuable horse one Day last week from Colic. Hon b. F. Clay Pool returned Home list saturday from a trip to his farm in Madison county. While out Hunting one Day last week Montgomery Downs caught a Young wild Turkey. Tom Kevin wants to sell out and quit the restaurant business on account of his tailing health. Blank books at w. T. Galbraith amp co s. W. In. Jones l >q., of Brookville passed through the City last Friday on his Way to Indianapolis. Mrs. Charles Ackerman spent saturday ind sunday with mrs. A. L. Ail fess at Indiana Olis. Thero will be no More sunday Ball playing in this City. The new Law went into Force last thursday. Grandmother i Iper an aged lady is seriously ill at the res Filoiii a of Janice Hamilton on we st third Street. D. A. Fletcher of Springfield Ohio arrived in the City Friday and has of ened fat Uta Melon and fruit stand. Mrs. B. M. Code daughter and mrs Elizabeth Murphy visited relatives and friends at Rushville last week. The Best is the cheapest Stude bakery at Ellis let Serodino s 17tf James Blacklidge a prominent Farmer living near Rushville Tanseri Ousby gored by an infuriated Bull last thursday. A chiropodist struck town last week and Dill a big in removing bunions from the feet of a number of our Citi wins. Or. Morgan a Cincinnati Clergyman in Zicht d an interesting Sermon at the episcopal Church last Sabbath afternoon at the trustees of the m. E. Church at City in formal session passed a Resolution against sunday base Ball playing. J. B. Thomas will return to his Home in Baltimore Friday after pleasant visit of two weeks with friends in this City. New lawns and hoop skirts this week at Shera amp Mcintosh s. Alex. Heron and wife of iii Lian Polis passed through tie City last s saturday on their Way to mrs. A s parents in Brookville. Of. Harrison of Wabash Indiana paid a visit to his Mother and friends Here last week. Of. Says he is doing a Good in his new Home. Rushville graphic we can t in Ders Tanti Why any Republican desires to remain in the government employ under a democratic administration. M. R. Stewart and wife of Jennings , and Phynis Lake and wife Everton left monday on an extended to Eureka Springs Arkansas. Miss Emma Friek of Cincinnati a teacher of the German Ian Guage ill our City schools visited miss Lizzie Powell of far View township last week. W. S. Mollitt son of our old Friend Oal. I illicit of bees ii s station has been appoint gtd postmaster at Greensboro Henry county. An excellent selection. All fruits of the season can to found at Gipe s. 21tf Chicken thieves Are getting in their work to an alarming extent in far View township. A few nights since thieves entered Mack Saxon s he Roost Ami curried off one Hundred. Compili hints were filed with the prosecute it it a last week api inst r. M. Vanl Lonie in which it is alleged that Robert bus ill treated one of the inmates of the children s Home. The Case will to investigated by the next grand jury. Cambridge City Tribune much of he wheat threshed in this neighbourhood is yielding beyond All expectations and of fair Quality. Farmers who Hail threatened blowing under fit ids of wheat in the Spring find the same Fields yielding from 18 to 22 bushels per acre. O. P. Griffith a co. Sell everything in their line As Low As the lowest. 8013 the annual of aunty Institute will begin monday August 17, and continue one week. Among the eminent instructors Are Mcfarland president of Miami University and mrs. Mcrae of Boston Massachusetts. J. S. Gam Tilk county superintendent. An unknown couple male and female were seen at about 12 o clock list Friday night in the covered Bridge East of town and from All appearances they were having a frolicsome time. When Young people go out on a Quot Lark Quot they should manage to get away from the Public thoroughfares. Mrs. Annis Shepard Mother of or. Shepard of Everton died at his res id it nce last Friday night aged 79 years. The funeral took place sunday morning at 10 o clock from the doctor s residence in Everton after which her remains were brought to this City and deposited in the City cemetery. We Are Selling our lace curtains at Cost to close out the Odd pairs at Shera amp Mcl nth a. The annual Celebration of the Fayette county sunday school association will be held in Shipley s Grove four Miles Northeast of far View the third Friday in August. All sunday schools Are invited to be present and participate in the exercises. W. M. Dane c. Caldwell Secretary. President. Harry l. Garden a Young Law student of Indianapolis and late candidate for representative from Franklin county passed through the City saturday morning in route for Metamora where he went to address the members of the grand army of the Republic. He is said to be a talented Young Man. Brother Kline and his band of item Ball players arrived in the City saturday morning at an Early hour having left Richmond at 1 o clock that morning. They were taken care of at the Buckly House in Good style. The club is composed of a Hardy set of Fellows and they play Ball in a manner that is not slow. Buy the Moline wagons of o. P. Griffith amp co. It is the lightest running and the Best Wagon in the Market. 30-3w major j. L. Pierson of Painesville Ohio paid his respects to or. Joshua Chitwood of this City last saturday. The Majot was a Well known cavalry officer under general Pleasanton and served with distinction in the Union army. The doctor and the major to came acquainted while in Missouri and this was their first meeting in Twenty years and it was a most Happy one. During the meeting of the grand army of the Republic at Metamora last saturday a heavy rain and wind storm passed Over the grounds. The wind was terrific und blew a Large limb from a tree which struck a Man named Grace and crushed him to the ground. The Accident happened near Dan Moore s ice Cream stand who was one of the first to pick him up. He was found to be in an insensible condition and his recovery is doubtful. Headquarters for vegetables. F. M. Gipe receives them daily. 21lf i. B. Young and family will return to Day from a visit at Eaton Ohio. Western Avenue Between third and fifth streets has been newly Gravelled. A coat of tar and feathers and a ride on a rail is too Good for the wife beater. Miss emm a Lewiss has been quite sick for a few Days past with a bilious attack. Rev. A. M. Dawson of Lockland Ohio gave us a very pleasant Call last wednesday. Squire Bush of Falmouth was in town saturday and gave us a most agreeable visit. Mrs. Kate Haynes has returned from an extended visit to her sister at Carthage . Still have Good a Susor Tenient in White goods very cheap. Frank Wood. The attendance at the Christian sunday school last sunday was 80 collection 85 cents. Miss Daisy sinks entertained a number of her Young friends Friday evening in elegant style. Mrs. George m. Davis and daughter Are visiting relatives in the neighbourhood of Brownsville. Chart a Woodcock sleeps at his suburban resilience in Milton during his wife s visit to her old Home. Sixty tickets were sold at the Valley depot Here to the grand army reunion at Metamora last sunday. Jars. John Caldwell and daughter Art visiting her father in Law Samuel Caldwell of Harrison township. Or. Joshua Chitwood is erecting an of inc for his own use on his lot on sixth Street near Central Avenue. Working pants go cents at Biol Berg s Palace clothing House. Mias Cann Harlan who has been visiting miss Lou Ayers returned to her Home in new Castle last thursday. Charles Miller and score Claypool two solid democrats of Fairfield were apis pointed whisky gauges last week. Street commissioner Wolf commenced monday to Grade and gravel the Road on West Hill which he will put in Good condition. Lames an Ltd Marshall Mccann started monday for Wisconsin where Tivey will retrain for the Benefit of their health about six weeks. William Newkirk is remodelling one of his houses on East fourth Street. When completed it will he occupied by t. J. Rittenhouse and wife. Torn Martindale of isi Tamora was in the City saturday looking after the excursion which he ran Over the Valley Road to Metamora sunday. See the Brown Tongue less cultivator before buying. Forsake by Ellis amp Serodino. 17tf my weights of Brookville was noticed on our streets one Day last week. His Bay window was quite conspicuous. Mayor g. A. Murray and family spent thursday at Fairview the guests of Hon. W. W thrasher. The mayor re Jioras Royal treatment and a Good time. A gang of tramps both male and female and Illy Clad passed through town last monday. An old Blind Man with a fiddle accompanied the Motley Crew. Rev. Jones of Milton will occupy the pulpit at the Maplewood Church next sunday afternoon at 3 30 o clock a cordial invitation is extended to All to attend. The Young friends of 01. Newan at Everton dropped in and gave him a pleasant Surprise last Friday night the occasion biking his Twenty first birthday. Johnny Keller one of the Best Cabinet makers the town Ever had went to Chicago last week where he had secured a situation previous to his departure. Prices on our Columbus and Hay Dock buggies to suit the times at o. P. Griffith amp co 30-3w we Are now passing through the most sickly season of the year and our citizens should take extra precautions to keep their premises in Good sanitary condition and use judgement in their diet. It is not generally known that a letter can be remained As often As Neces a Quot Ary without extra postage. The Only limit is the number of changes that Clin be made in addresses on the face of the envelope. An excellent and simple disinfectant for sinks and waste pipes is Marie by mixing one Large table spoonful of Copperas with one quart of boiling water. This solution is odourless and Deodorizes instantly. The seventy eighth anniversary of the White water it Gular Baptist association will be held in Pentecost s Grove at Goodwin s Corner Union a Junta on wednesday August 5, and continue three Days. Still Greiter reductions in summer Silks less than Cost come Early. Frank Wood. Brookville american mrs. Rachel Davis of this place took from her Garden one Day last week a curiosity in the shape of an ear of Corn there being Nineteen ears of different sizes branching out from the main one. The notice in the examiner last week set our Brethren to work and they now have a comfortable platform erect id in the City Hall Yard where religious Union services will be held on sunday evenings during the heated t pm. John Crosley pleaded guilty monday to being Intoci cited saturday week and was fined si.00 and costs. There Are two other cases against him one for attempted provoke and the other for assault and Battery for which he will be tried next monday. House and lot for Sale on Corner of eleventh Street and Eastern Avenue. Call on Chatley mount. 3\v John Jones a Farmer living near Everton arose from his bed about 2 o clock last wednesday morning hitched his horses to his Spring Wagon loaded his farming implements into the vehicle and left for parts unknown. Domestic trouble is said to have been the cause of his sudden departure. Gouda Springs Kansas Herald we received news of the death of or. 1. A. Lawrence at his Home in Conners Ville Indiana last week. Many of our readers will remember or. Lawrence who with his estimable lady spent the Winter Here. The bereaved wife has the sympathy of All the friends in Gouda in her sad loss. Bernard Buttenweiser an employee of the Cincinnati commercial Gazette was in the City last week visiting his sister mrs. Mose Kahn and family. Or. Buttenweiser is one of the few a printers who has Laid up Money saved irom his daily labor. He recently Drew out of a building and loan association the snug Little sum of $1,200 which he had saved from Type setting which Speaks Well for him. We Are using nothing but pure Jersey Cream for our ice Brearn. We guarantee you perfect satisfaction. Schoenholtz amp Friedgen. The following is an excellent Wash for the Teeth dissolve two ounces of Borax in three pounds of boiling water and before it is cold add one tablespoonful of spirits of camphor and bottle for use. A tablespoonful of this mixed with an equal Quantity of water and applied daily with a soft Brush will preserve the Teeth extirpate All tartarus adhesion arrest decay and make the Teeth Pearly White. Ike Kline the indefatigable editor and proprietor of the Richmond daily item accompanied by his wife were in the City monday. Isaac made a meteoric dive into our office just Long enough to give us a Friendly shake of his hand. He was Here in the interest of the item base Ball club of which he is the financial manager. He can talk base Ball at a 2 40 rate and he fairly boils Over with enthusiasm when seaking of his club and the great Naonal game. Salt a specially at Schoenborn s grocery store. W. C. Forrey had business at Indianapolis yesterday. John Rudicel is attending bar for Mike Fager during Mike s illness. Or. Lige Goodwin will move his family to Liberty week after next. Charles t. Bass of Sullivan Indiana is visiting his Cousin Eli Bass in this City. Lew Isebrand of Muncie was Here the first of the week calling on his old friends. The attendance at the German presbyterian last Sabbath was 122 collection $1.50. Groceries and provisions of All kinds always fresh at Schoenborn s. W. G. Plummer and family of Brookville Are making preparations to move Back to Connersville. James Murray living in the South part of the City buried a Little child in Brookville monday afternoon. John c. Ochiltree and wife were in town monday morning shaking hands with their Many friends. Mrs. I. A. Lawrence sold sg40 Worth of Poland China hogs last monday to parties living near Glenwood. H. C. Elwell one of the Cleverest gentlemen in Wayne county gave us a pleasant Call tuesday morning. The Best ice Cream in the City at Schoenholtz Friedgen s. 31 of Reese Parry of Cincinnati spent saturday and sunday in this City the guest of his brother and family. The item base Ball club Sun Dayed Here and hied themselves to the Woods and enjoyed a social Good time. James Carter living near Lyons station was taken sick last saturday and was unable for duty for a few Days. The City treasurer s office has been closed for the past ten Days on account of the absence of the treasurer from the City. Pure cider vinegar 20 cts. Per gallon at r. B. Fowler s. J. M. Mcintosh and miss Emma flick of Cincinnati spent sunday in Posey township the guests of miss Lizzie Powell. Attendance at methodist school last Sabbath was 257 collection s2.38. Teachers meet at Captain Hannas next saturday evening. Adam Baker South Central Avenne has built a very neat portico and porch to his which adds very much to its appearance. Pure cider vinegar at Twenty cents per gallon at Gipe s. 21tf superintendent w. W. Worthing ton of fort Wayne was in the City last thursday looking after the of the Quot photograph Quot Road. A door key was picked up on the Street the other Day and left at this office for the Rowner. It is probably a night key and bears the no. 305. If Billy Jerrell of Lili erty and certain widow in this City would come to terms it would save Billy a Heap of Wear and tear this warm weather before you buy a Wagon Call at Ellis amp Serodino a and see the Stude Baker. 17tf. Jim Messervey and one of Garrett wolfs daughters were married at Louisville Kentucky last Eek. They took snap judgement on the old folks elder e. S. Frazee of Fayetteville will preach at lock Hart s schoo next sunday afternoon at 3 o clock. All Are cordially invited to attend. Plug tobacco. Cd co c/5 o to i % q h p it a al 0h a cd flute Lnu. Hath. Etc. Quot a key is it tiit Holberg amp co. Are the leaders in the f clothing Trade in Fayette county the reasons Are evident to everybody never misrepresent their goods. They Are the Ijar ways from $2 to $5 lower in Price than their to 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 Lor yourself or for your boys any other place As their thousands of friends and customers will testify All Over the county. H. Holberg it amp co., a mtiy2s-3m. Big discount Braith s. On books at Gal 9tf. Tom Shields spent several Days in it Cincinnati last week looking for three or four Fine Saddle horses but had to return without them there being none in the Market. G. C. Amp f. A. Hanson sold Ross Maxwell amp Leffier of Liberty thirty one head of steers last saturday. They averaged 1 427 pounds and a fraction each for which they received $5.15 per Hundred. Persons wanting Salt by the barrel should Call at Schoenborn son fifth Street. Pres. Kensler now occupies his own property on North Central Avenue which is one of the suggest Little houses in the City. Pres. Friends who Are legion will always find his Latch string out. Amos Martindale of Metamora was in the City Friday but ing bread and cakes and other eatables with which to feed the people who attended the g. A. R. Re Union at that place on saturday and sunday. When it comes to a Good brother of any particular Church or denomination claiming that his Church his preacher Etc., Are right and All the rest Wrone it s our candid opinion that he has bit off More than he can Chew. The Best ice Cream in the cite at Schoenholtz amp Friedgen s. 31tf the members of the methodist choir gathered at the residence of mrs. James Mcintosh in goodly numbers last saturday evening much to the Good lady s Surprise where the evening was spent very pleasantly. Rev. P. B. Morgan of Cincinnati will hold services in Trinity Church next sunday a Trust 2d, at half past 10 o clock. Or. Morgan comes on a visit with a View of taking the rec worship of the Church. A Good attendance is earnestly desired. Go As Long As you can these hot Days without drinking anything. Half an hour after the first Glass of water or soda you want another and so it goes while you keep getting hotter and hotter and the longer you postpone the first Glass the cooler you will be. The Studebaker Wagon the Best in the world is for Sale by Ellis amp Sero Dino. 17tf Quot Captain Quot John Kidwell has been somewhat indisposed this week. It seems that John made a malicious onslaught upon an Uno fending hunk of water Melon and a melancholy Cucumber last week and Between the two they managed to Lay the festive Captain Quot out in a Brilliant and variegated style. It will be remembered by the readers of the examiner that George Street and wife two aged people living near Fayetteville died about three months ago within two hours of each other. They died without Issue and left a valuable estate. It is now surmised that the old gentleman was poisoned and his remains will be taken up for examination. For of six rooms on South Central Avenue. Inquire of Charles mount. The other Day while mrs. James Mcintosh was looking through her relics she found a note addressed to her from Hon. D. W. Voorheas in 1847, when they were going to school together at Greencastle. It was an invitation asking her to accompany him to a picnic. Mrs. Mcintosh remembers the circumstance very distinctly and can give a full description of the senator s dress on that occasion which would look very Odd at this Day and generation. Come and see the two car loads of Choice half Breed Texas horses that will be Here for Sale saturday August 1st. 30w2 the fire department was called to Renner s restaurant on fifth Street thursday evening about 5 o clock where a dense volume of smoke was issuing from the cellar. On examination it was found that a fire had broken out in the cellar near the front Entrance but How it originated no one seems to know unless it was spontaneous combustion. In a Short time after the alarm was Given the firemen were on hand Labouring hard to subdue the flames. It started in a bad place and the smoke was so thick and Strong that it was next to impossible to get near it. It had started in some Straw and other trash lying about and had it been at a late hour at night the the whole building would doubtless have been consumed but As it was it was soon subdued with but slight damage to or. Renner or the building. The Best ice Cream in the City at Schoenholtz amp Friedgen s. Miss Talburt an accomplished and attractive Young lady from Greencastle is the guest of mrs. Charles Roehlk boys suits from .$2.00 and upwards at Llo Lberg s. Rev. T. H. Hench very touchingly and eloquently alluded to the death of general Grant in his sunday morning s . There will to a general class meeting at the m. E. Church next sunday morning at 9 o clock Sharp. All members Are requested to be present. The soldiers reunion at Metamora last week was slip Only attended being very poorly managed. W. H. Vandegrift superintendent of the st. Louis division of the Toledo Cincinnati amp st Louis Railroad together with other officials have been invited to resign to take effect August is. Just received a full line of Fine toilet soap which we Are Selling very cheap. Call and see it. R. B. Fowler. The festival Given by the ladies of the German presbyterian Church last Friday night was a delightful affair and All present had a Good time. The receipts of the evening were about $25. Renner will soon make preparations to give the people of Connersville something Nice in the line of Candy fruits Etc. Professor Marion thrasher is lecturing before the teachers institutes of Nebraska. He lectures next month before the state teachers association at Lincoln. Last week he was elected superintendent of the Calhoun City schools being highly endorsed for the position by sex governor Bishop of Ohio and professor John Hancock sex superintendent of the Cincinnati Public schools. Great bargains still accumulating on our remnant table. You can t afford to miss them. Frank Wood. A Complete Surprise was Given or. Tevis and his Good wife last monday evening by almost the entire membership of the Church calling to tender regards. It was a wedding anniversary the twentieth we believe. Each received a Beautiful chair from the older people and the Young ladies and gentlemen presented them a Fine office table. The evening was delightfully spent in social pleasures. We won t carry summer goods Over. Big bargains in every department to close Stock. Frank Wood. Our old Friend s. M. Cook who is now on his farm in Madison county writes As follows Quot i would like to have a letter from Home and Don t know of anything better than the examiner. I am hard at work on my farm got on a Farmer s garb checked shirt and Blue overalls and sweating like a Quarter horse. Ditching grubbing and making Fence is quite a contrast Between being a landlord of a first class hotel but i suit myself to the circumstances. We have a delightful country Here. Corn crop Fine wheat is turning out much better than was expected. Little too much rain at this time Rains every for Sale owing to my failing health i am compelled to sell my restaurant. Any one wanting a bargain will Call on or address Thomas Nevin Box 322, Connersville Indiana. Last saturday afternoon a meeting was held at the residence of c. H. Bundrant in the interest of the Bunker Hill Farmer s club. Thursday August 27, was the time chosen for holding the annual Quot Harvest Home Quot picnic. President c. H. Bundrant and vice president Ezra Martin constitute a committee to secure speakers committee on music c. E. Booe and Elmer Martin committee on decoration Sadie Williams Laura Brown Clara Dailey Clara Bilby and Emma Booe general committee of arrangements c. H. Bundrant Ezra Martin Jasper Davis Thomas hink son Thomas Brown and c. E. Booe. Connersville milling company Are now prepared to receive wheat and invite All who wish to sell or store to give them a Call. West of Hydraulic Between 1st and 2d streets. 294t o. Mason living South of the City went to Cambridge City last week to look after Quot Daisy Mason Quot his Blue Bull Mare who is in charge and under the training of John Lackey the Well known horseman. Or. Mason is not making much of a blow about his Mare but she is considered a Good one and showed a Speed on the occasion of his visit of 2 27j, which is considered getting Over the turf pretty Lively. She bids fair to make one of the leading Trotters in the country and he has a right to feel proud of her and or advise him to hold on to her for awhile. Nothing Short of $3,000 should be any inducement to part with her. A handsome piece of Majolica Ware Given away with every Pound of Silver Star baking powder at Adam Schoenholtz s grocery store Corner Western Avenue and eight Street. 28-4t Rushville jacksonian Agoo joke on or. Vance of Connersville is going the rounds. It is said that on the Day Logan was at Connersville As he came up to the crowd in his Carriage some one knowing that the doctor did not know Logan or governor Gray remarked in the doctor s hearing Quot Well i wish colonel Gray and those Fellows had not come Here to Day. Or. Vance jointing to general Logan asked Quot is i hat colonel Gray Quot and the bad Democrat said yes. A the doctor struck out toward the general to get a Good look at colonel Gray As he supposed. The Carriage stopped and the doctor stood in silence for sometime gazing it Longari supposing he saw colonel Gray. He came Back to the crowd looking deeply concerned and said he had not seen a meaner looking Man during the Campaign and before he would vote for such a looking Man he would see him in that hot place which the new version Calls sheol. When the doctor Learned the joke he got madder than Ever. April 2, 84-tf a matters a rid. Lot liners Dulitus Mikii irises. , wholesale retail an manufacturing druggist. His ipjrt10 it is. The unparalleled Success met by Woolsey s compound syrup wild Cherry of which 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 Ilace of other articles called for but it has achieved this High Point on account of its curative 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 proved its Efficacy will use no other 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 extensively to Points in other states. The Best testimonials of its value will be Gia in 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 bowels 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 Premji rations of a similar kind in the Market. Woolsey s improved c. C. Pills. The j ills Are purely vegetable will not Gripe and cannot salivate. They Are put up in bottles Are sugar coated and easy to take. Price 25c.�?same As inferior goods. Quot Woolsey s Liam poo. A very Nice beneficial article of untold value to cleanse the Scalp and keep it entirely Fritje from Dandruff. Price 25 cents. In addition to the above i manufacture 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. My prices Avill be found the lowest that can be made for the Best goods and in our general Stock of drugs paints varnishes colors Etc., ave will give you bargains. Wholesale retail and manufacturing druggist Andre s opera building. Connersville ind. Fence Etc. By agent Fob Sedgwick bros., Richmond net wire Pence and Fob a wast Foos a co s Springfield wrong lit Iron Puiu bed rail Fen Cine Nair Kailing l Uki Ilar Iron Kaili if Balcony Kailing brackets Iron cresting and Finas Tower ornaments Iron Clia Irh settees Vasen tree ii Aird wire Clouds i telling posts stable fixtures and a earlier vanes. Patentee of Heck s self open hug Gate. Headquarters at Jacob Goodmon s Blacksmith shop South Central Avenue Connersville. All these articles Are strictly first class and As cheap As any in the Market. Orders promptly attended to. Drugs. A Enio ikes Etc.2,500 Gallons sold in 1883. A Hammer s ready mixed paints ready for the Brush. Try them. 500 Gallons new Stock new colors and shades Hammer s Beady mixed paints. Or. D. Rawls amp co., Quot Olio Lassale a i Ltd retail a Nigg its 523 Central Avenue Connersville. Oky thuds. Ett. Lex. In Fra. J j Jaia 1j a Quot a t1 4 a a j we inaugurated last week will be continued site More week is bargains in every depart vient. Remnants in All kinds of goods. October 29,1884. Gbo Cephies. 0 the lovers of Good Coffee Morris i Ball have just received the following brands Chase amp Sanborn s Java and Macha Java male Berry Plain Java. Warranted strictly pure and of the finest Quality grown. A.11 goods sold at lowest Iez rides Don t fail to Call and see them before you buy. Huston a Block opposite court House. Jan. L-s5-ly piiepabat1058. A. I it what some of our leading pity simians say about preparations. M. Andrews bb.t7cgzst a1ti3 of Hahn Cost 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. Lahi Moke. I have 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. Gregg amp Hamilton. A. M. Andrews pharmaceutical preparations Are equal to those of any other first class manufacturer. I have them in my practice for some years and know they Are always reliable. L. D. A Lilliman. 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. 1 have used a. M. Andrews pharmaceutical preparations often and consider them first class. A w. Vance. I have used in Ray practice the 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. Butzier m. I. For several years i have used the pharmaceutical preparations such As syrups elixirs fluid extracts tinctures Etc., made by a. A Andrews and they have Given me Good satisfaction. A. 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 p. A. Chitwood. 33 a. It 23 i. Is Quot vits druggist and Pha Magist. Huston s Block Connersville ind., 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. September 4.18t�-tf boots and shoes. To s x3ciboot and shoe House july 9- 84tf 409 cd Antral Avenue. Craw Foky House. Crawford House Corner sixth and Walnut streets Cincinnati. Entrance on sixth st. Lewis Vanden proprietor. <tnn.2s-8ra, a a

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