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Connersville Daily Examiner (Newspaper) - June 17, 1885, Connersville, Indiana A in a if k the examiner. Connek8vrli/k, ind., june 1&Quot, 1885. Ii Ooth Uku nh0g8.j. M. Heron s co. Are now prepare to show the largest Stock of shoes Sina st Iipp Jeiz is lat can k found in this City. We intend to Nell them cheap than any other House i it onh buy until you he our Nook and i a Lew tied be convinced Ilia what we May in a fact. J. La. Hbb.01t a co. Pm iii a beam. Pearl Ream tub attn Iron of the ladies is called to this most perfect Phep Kation l Oli Butic Ying tue complexion. It Remoy Fis freckles a blotches much de Siuki no tub ladies of Oulu he. It Tate the place of All outlier face Powler or is Peugeot by ii aimless. Groan he tested free at Man. A. Claw Orivs 5ib it. Conners Viuque ind. A Maurao Tuims by a a Zigos Shepak a it co. H,r22�4 . O. Local. And personal this 13 the last week of court. J. Newt Beck is on the sick list. Hosiery at Secru it Mcintosh s. Charley Low of Liberty was in the City monday. Mrs. Ollie Murray spent Suni Luy in Wayne county. W. J. Ready spent sunday Here with his family. See the female base Ball players sunday afternoon. The late Rains have greatly retarded far Niino operations. Hon. Linville Ferguson of Milton was Down yesterday. Or. George Woolsey purchased a new buggy last week Julius Turkenkoph Sun Dayed with friends at Milford Indiana Andy Turner is having some fun with a big boil on his proboscis. Lawyer Bob Van Home visited Columbia township friends Over sunday. The Cut Worms Are playing havoc with the growing Corn North of the City. The grand jury will be called upon to investigate tie sunday poker business. Lawyer t. A Evans of Liberty was Over monday attending to business in court. Jacob Goodman and Charley mount have adorned their premises with neat new fences. A. H. Conley pays the highest Price in Cash for chickens. 2itf miss pet Boss daughter of postmaster Ross has returned from school at Cincinnati Lew Leedke is the Happy father of a bouncing big boy baby. It come to town monday. Miss Mary Renner returned monday from an extended visit to friends in Columbus Ohio Job lot of Dado window shades very cheap at Phil Joseph s. Presiding elder Tinsley held quarterly meeting at Brookville last saturday and sunday. Henry Leonard of Basil Ohio was Here last week visiting his sons Val and Jake Jeonard the attendance at the presbyterian Sabbath school last sunday morning was 230 collection $3.91. You will find the Best variety of Black dress goods at Shera amp Mcintosh s. Will o Brien of Jackson township spent saturday and sunday with his Mother at Cambri Cige City. James a Mcclung passed through the City monday on his Way from Ohio to his Home in Wabash James Tyner and wife of Greenfield this state visited Uncle train Caldwell and family last week. The Studebaker Best in the world is for Sale by Ellis amp Sero Dino. Nth miss Kate Rippetoe with her Little Sisters go to Depauw commencement and to visit friends at Greencastle this week. Miss Jean Mathes of new Castle and miss Rose Moss of Knightstown were guests of miss Ottaw ood Over sunday. Those was have been so persistently hankering for a warm wave ought to be satisfied with the present state of the weather so Cook is sole agent for this county of or William s electric medicated pad. Call at Buckley House 24tf the Quot Mother Hubbard Quot party at the residence of Hon j. A Huston last wednesday night was the chief social event of the week. Indianapolis sunday times mrs Laurence Dunn left for Connersville last week to spend the summer with relatives and friends. The ladies of Tullis Chapel will give an ice Cream and Strawberry festival at the Church on wednesday evening june 24, proceeds for the Benefit of the Church John q. Adair h. A Kimble John a. Colescott John m. Seal miss Lizzie Johnson and others of Brookville were Here several Days last week attending the Allison trial. This week we will receive another Large Stock of or. Warner s corsets. Call and see them at Shera amp Mcintosh a Dan Sherry has purchased new machinery and will Start a new saw Mill on the site of the Mill lately owned by Henry Eliason on North Central Avenue. Billy Sherry will have charge of the new Mill a Eph Hummel has rented the rear of the building at sixth Street and Central Avenue and will at once open out a Cigar factory on his own mph is a Clever gentleman and we would be pleased to see him do Well. Smoke the Quot Hen babies peek ii boo Caps at Phil Joseph s. Monday was Odd Fellows decoration Day. Mow the grass and weeds in front of your premises. Or. Vannuys of Falmouth was in the City last Kura Day. The Earle combination is playing at Pittsburgh this week. Boys suits from $2.00 and upwards at hoi Berg s. James a. Wadley of Indianapolis was about town last thursday. Al Larlen of Brookville paid his respects to this City last saturday. The front of Jeff Claypool s Block has been improved by a Izreah coat of paint. Or. E. M. Goodwin left monday to accept a clerks hip in a drug store at Liberty. Elder t. M. Wiles is doing missionary work Over in Rush county this week. Kilician silk parasols warranted not to split al Pajil Joseph s. A marriage License was issued last wednesday to Charles a. Lemi Gand Ida May Roll. What do you say about having a Celebration Hore on the i it Hourih of july speak unit. Horace us rat and wife of Waterloo Tow Uheiji were visiting friends Here lust saturday. A Little girl baby was born to the wife of Jerome Spencer on sixth Street a few Days ago. I.,Uther Benson was in town yesterday civil iii on Oil Fri Euls. He is looking Hule and Hearty w. Ii. Wherrett has put up a Beautiful new Verit Titt in front of hid residence of East Fiji Street. Joseph Gerber the High sheriff of Fink in county was Usu orig the to our tou ii yesterday. The school Board has bought one Hundred of Quot Andrew s Triune Ali school decks Quot for use in the City schools. Lafe Deve iii of Winchester Indiana spent sunday with his brother l. Al. Defeliu of Jackson township. Working pants >0 cents at loll Berg s Palace clothing House. There is indie Quot shoddy Quot aristocracy in Connersville than can be to Giitl in any other town of similar size in the state. The recent revival meetings in the Christian Churchi at Fayetteville re sultes in seventeen additions to the Church Mincis Mamie Litster formerly of Connersville was one of the graduates of the Normal Sci tool of Cincinnati last week irs Clem Perdieu of Everton re Torii cd monday evening from a two week s visit to relatives and friends at Richmond Hon a. Iri. Imine of Brookville while attending court Here last monday gave this Olyce a pleasant tri Eudly Call. Bob Oliphint a member of the second Indiana cavalry during the late War was in the City saturday renewing old acquaintances. Solid Confin rte one of Melborn it so Murray s k1 j agora have cent Cigar. Jake Leonard has been confined to his Nojin the past two weeks with neuralgia in Ivlin Eye the sight of which he came near losing last week. The attendance at the methodist sch fail lust Sib birth was 4-17, and the collection was $8.27. The teachers will meet at mrs. Gordon s Home next saturday evening. George w. Schultz the leading druggist of Cambridge City was Down monday As u witness in the Carper damage suit against the c., hit i. Railroad conic any. The Young lady base Ball nine is. The Connersville Grays Promise Tobe a Lively Gai iut next sunday afternoon at the base b ill Park. All lovers of fun should nut fail to attend Donn Piatt the celebrated writer win born in 18j7, in Milton. The House in which he was born still stands. It is a two Atory Frame House on the canal opposite the hotel Riead quartiers for vegetables. F. M. Gipe receives them daily. 2uf the Young Man is Rich who has a Good education Good health and a Good character. If destitute of any one of this of though president of a National Bank he is poor indeed. Mike ger i r has retired from John Bruton As bar keeper. He will prot iii by a fiend the summer with Frank Ralf in Franklin county fishing and indulging in other sweets Osife. The solos Duetts and choruses sum by the thirty six voices of the methodist a choir during the children s Day services last Sabbath were a most pleasing feature if the exercises. Jerre grist has rented the room at Street und Central Avenue and i having it newly papered preparatory to starting a Barber shop. He to get in his new quarters by the first of the week. Every Romig Man employed during the Day Sli oud take advantage of tin night school and get an education that will fit them for business. open Day and evening. Mcl Tosti Block. Court Street. Rev. Pro lessor j. K. Stough of Sena Illinois will visit Liev. West the latter part of the week and it is expected will preach in the lutheran Church. Sabbath morning. Singing at the Church Friday evening. Charles Ulrick an employee at the Connersville furniture factory let a heavy Box fall on foot last saturday causing a Pott s fracture. Drs. John a Frank Chitwood will have him out again in a Short time. During tho summer evenings when the Church windows Are All open the rehearsals of the methodist choir almost equal an open air concert and the music is frequently listened to by Large numbers of the sidewalks below. A. Gansert the West Hill grocer is Selling Twenty pounds of sugar for $1.00, and other goods in proportion. Give him a Call. 2w George Robertson of mount Vernon Indiana was Here yesterday visiting his sister mrs. Charles easter Brook and shaking hands with old friends. Giorge was at one time associated with Charles Aiken in the bakery business in this City. Henry Huston an old Connersville boy who has been engaged in mining in Utah for the past two years is Here on a visit to his old friends and scenes of his childhood. Henry is looking Well and Speaks in glowing terms of the hot bed of mormonism. Clifton Middleton received a letter from his parents last thursday dated at Carthage Missouri stating that they had arrived at their destination Safe and Well. They Are very much pleased with the country and it is quite Likely that or. Middleton will locate in that country Avilliah Tinsley the oldest architect in the United states and father of Rev. Charles Tinsley of this City died sunday afternoon at his Home in mount Auburn near Cincinnati the deceased was born february. 1804, in co Mel Ireland. His remains will be interred in the cemetery at Indianapolis to Day. For Sadie a Good House and lot on Mason Street Between 8th and 9th streets. For particulars apply to Frank Greer or Charles mount 22tf a w. Wrennick of Detroit Michigan. Was in the City last saturday renewing old acquaintances or Wrennick was a resident of this place Twenty five years ago and was Well known by Many of our older citizens and especially to the soldiers having enlisted in the 16th Indiana Volunteer infantry serving under Captain Orr and major Hackleman he afterwards re enlisted in the third cavalry and served until the close of the War. Sourial Cream lace sat Phil Joseph s. Sunday gambling should be squelched. It. Monk is adding improvements to his residence. The grunter has commenced grunting about hot weather a. M. Andrew spent sunday at Indianapolis with his wife and son. Judge Ralph Hill of Indianapolis is Here attending court. Mrs. T. J. Higgs has been confined to her bed the past week with . Smoke al Pajaro at Melborn amp Murray s. 19tf the Law abolishing sunday base Ball went into Efi act on the 10th instant. Wheat Harvest will not be Early this year and not much of it when it does come. One of the Good about Good blood is its owner does t mind wearing a shabby coat. Mrs. David Grifiin living North of town is confined to her room with neuralgia in the head. The jacksonian says the Hea sinn Fly is doing great damage to the w Hent in Rush county. The White water bar association will hold their annual picnic at new Castle saturday june 27. All fruits of the season can be found at Gipe s. 21tf a marriage License was issued yesterday evening to Elias t. Lie Dick and miss Emma s. I Iper. Mrs. Lon Griffith and babe left monday for Brooklyn new York to be absent about four weeks. In Liberty will have a fourth of Luly Celebration under the Audi ices of the grand army Post of that place. A freight car on the Valley Road jumped the track at this place yesterday morning causing some delay. Mrs. Susannah Nickolson Mother of mrs. S. I. Cook is Down sick at the Buckley House with lung troubles. Joe e. Shepard of Everton returned saturday from Richmond where he been attending Normal school. S. E. Urmston Fielding Berry a w. Buckingham and j. P. Schultz of Brookville had business in our court yesterday. Have Vou seen the. Ancient Coin jewelry at Phil slew Edward s Little boy fell from the buggy minday in front of j. M. Heron s shoe store and narrowly escaped serious injury. Miller Mccready boasts of Twenty five acres of the Best wheat and forty acres of the Best Corn to be found in the White water Valley. Charley Bruton has retired from in Purphey Brothers grocery store and has accepted a with his brother John in the Saloon. Mrs. Dora Faker has been appointed . The apis ointment is perfectly satisfactory to the patronage of that office. Harvey Smith is remodelling i ? residence on water Street. Pension Money is a Good thing for Harvey and he is inking excellent use of it. Robert e. Scott of Orange township graduated at the state University Bloomington Indiana last week and brought Home with him his diploma. The Best is the cheapest Studebaker at Ellis amp Serodio s 17tf Hon. W. W. Thrasher of Fairview will read a paper before the Farmer s and Stock growers association of Rush county which meets on saturday june 20. Lew Justice son of William Justice is a member of the National Rifle cadets a military organization which is at present in Camp at colonial Beach on the Potomac River. Miss Lulu Haymond of Quot Warsaw this state who has been visiting in this City the Pipit two weeks is visiting relatives and friends this week at Cincinnati and Brookville. Moses Burt of Cameron Missouri is in the City visiting his sister grand met Ither Newkirk the first time they have met in thirty years. He is a widower and quite wealthy. Owing to the sickness of Captain j. H. Fearis there was no meeting of Carnahan division last thursday night. All members Are expected to lie present next thursday night in full uniform. Billy Heron drove his Good old family horse to town saturday and while Here was attacked with a severe spell of Colic which required the attention of his master to bring him out All right. Ice Cream and cakes at Mulheeren s is the Best. Call and try it. 20 4in or. J. P. Orr will speak at Bend Ivis Creek Chun a sunday next june 21, at 11 a. M. Subject Quot a Young Folk fair View Church sunday june 28, at ii . Subject Quot a Tom Shields has purchased the livery stable of Hewitt Eliis the Sale taking place last Friday. Tom took charge of the new business monday morning. He is an old horseman and we Trust he will find it a lucrative business. The Joseph m. Vawter Gas Well near Brookville has been put in operation and three jets now Light up his tenement . The excitement Over the iras discovery is growing greater every a Lay and the supposition is that it is in paying quantities. Use Lemons freely in hot water. They will be found not Only palatable but promotive of health. Do not eat them raw it were or the acid May destroy the lining of the stomach but when the juice is diluted with water there is no danger from that source. Try Melvirn a be Murray s society badge Cigar Clear Havanna filler. About forty tickets were sold from Here to fort Wayne last sunday. It is said the excursion lists did nothing but fight coming Back As far As Mont Pelier the hoodlums taking the train and making the night hideous with their cursing and allowing. Those who have experimented in killing potato bugs Are of the opinion that the safest of All ways to destroy them is with two spoonfuls of ammonia in a gallon of water. It is they say far better than the dangerous Paris Green or London purple and fully As efficacious Viola Williams a coloured Damsel attracted the attention of the citizens on East fifth Street monday night by her loud talk and blasphemous language. Her Case should be looked into. Such characters should be Given to understand that their presence in our Community is not All desirable. Buy your White dress goods and Fine embroideries of Shera amp Mcintosh. Bon Rea a Man of family and a resident of Rushville was arrested one night last week in that City on a charge of adultery with a miss Bilby. When arrested the couple were occupying the same bed. He was Given a trial and was fined and costed $2-5 for violating the Laws of god and his country. William Middleton has embarked in the hotel business at Carthage Missouri having taken charge of the Karr House in that place. Or. Middleton is a gentleman in every sense of the word and will make a Clever and accommodating landlord. We take pleasure in recommending him to the citizens of Carthage As a Man worthy of their Confidence and esteem. A new swindle is on the Road which is thus described Quot two men Call on a Farmer and represent themselves to be photographers. They agree to furnish the Farmer with a photograph of his House for 50 cents. The Farmer signs an agreement to receive the photograph at a Price named which agreement turns up in due time As a promissory note for a goodly sum. See the Brown Tongue less cultivator before buying. For Sale by Ellis amp Serodino 17tf Blank books at a t. Galbraith amp co s. Ben Kline of Waterloo township is visit jig relatives in Huntington county. If you owe this office anything pay up so that the editor May pay his honest debts. Professor thrasher had a very successful lecture tour through Union county last week. Pure cider vinegar at Twenty cents per gallon at Gipes 24tf miss Fannie Smith of Hamilton Ohio was a visitor at a b. Ball s mansion Over Sabbath. Bob Saxon of Fairview township is remodelling his barn and otherwise improving his premises. George Mullen clerk at the grand hotel spent sunday with his parents and friends in new Castle. The Hon Onest Man in Fayette county is the fellow who won t pay for his first wife s funeral cards. A Little child of Jeff Smith died wednesday of cholera inf Antum and was buried Friday afternoon. An elegant line of the latest styles in neckties at Holberg s. A fresh milk cow the property of Billiey Heron and valued it $76, died last thursday of milk fever. Mrs. Martin Philabaum and daughter miss Carrie Are spending a Short season at hot Springs Arkansas. Hon. Milton Trusler master of the Indiana state Grange was up in Howard county last week looking after the interest of his order. If everybody would care less for and act More for the town the town would look just As Well and everybody would feel better. The residence of William h. Sherwood five Miles East of Laurel was consumed by fire last thursday. Loss a 0< with a Small insurance. The better element of the Republican party throughout the county bitterly condemn the malicious course of the titles toward mayor Murray. Pompadour Oriental Lativs and All Over to match at Phil Joseph s. Redman who has been conducting a kindergarten school Here for the past six months returned to her Home in Indianapolis last saturday. Perry Mciiwain has sold his interest in the livery stable and Sample room to his partner James Harris. Perry will probably seek a location Maley conducted his Saloon at Liberty in such a satisfactory manner the past Yeier that he was again granted License last week w without remonstrance. Drs. John e. Amp Frank Chitwood have noved their office to the room formerly occupied by Fearis amp Barrows on fourth Street opposite the Huston House. The corrected enumeration of school children in this City the present year is Only 58 than last j ear and not 160 As the times stated week. Why can t Gussie Tell the truth come and see tor yourself. I mean what i say. H. G. Banes. Kit William Benedict after a week s visit to step son George Wickard and other friends in City returned Home last evening accompanied by mrs. Sarah Jane Wickard. A. M. Preston editor of the pythian journal Indianapolis was in the City Friday looking after the interest of his paper. He is a hard worker for the order and is deserving of a Liberal patronage. D. N. Wolf and family moved to Winfield Kansas last thursday. Or. Wolf is an excellent citizen and a Clever gentleman and we cordially recommend him As such to the people among Whon he has located. D. W. Mckee of Brookville won for himself a Good reputation As a lawyer in this City. He is shrewd Quick to question a witness and sarcastic when it to a debate with his opponents on Points of Law. John l. Johnson of Orange township was up thursday and renewed his subscription to the examiner for 1885. Or. Johnson is building a handsome residence in which he May enjoy his declining years to the fullest extent. All silk 7 Inch blocked Sash ribbon 75 cents at Phil Joseph s. W. C. Forrey sat on the Bench last week during the Progress of the Allison trial. He makes quite a distinguished looking judge and his decision on Points of Law raised Between the counsel was decisive and to the Point. P. B. Woods and family drove Over to Oxford wednesday to attend the commencement exercises but after getting there found out they were a Day too late. However they enjoyed the ride and returned satisfied with their trip. Fearis amp Barrows Are now located in their new and elegantly Quot furnished rooms Over the citizen s Bank ready to do business for All who wish to insure. This is an enterprising firm deserving of a Liberal patronage such As they Are receiving. Our old Friend George Wickard sold his farm last week to the Meyer family just Over from Germany and moved his family to Elwood Madison county where he will make his future Home. Our Best wishes for his future Prosperity go with him. Fedora Swiss Caps for children something new at Phil Joseph s. P. B. Woods and family drove Over to Oxford Ohio last wednesday Tobe present at the graduating exercises in which their daughter miss Otta took part and received her Quot sheepskin Quot which is Gratifying news to her Many friends at Home and abroad. This wednesday evening june 17, at 5 o clock Standard time Thomas Jefferson Ritten Howe of , and miss Hellena r. Bonebright an you Glady of Constantine Michigan will be United in Wedlock Rev. W. S. Buck officiating. A married woman living not a thousand Miles South of the City and a prominent professional Man Are entirely too intimate when she comes to town. We drop this hint in Hope that the woman May see the error of her Way before it is too late and save us the trouble of being More pointed in the future. Rev. T. H. Hench and his family left last monday evening for Illinois where mrs. Hench s Mother lives. Leaving his family there m r. Hench will take a look at the beauties of the great Northwest. They All expect to return about the Middle of july. Revs. Walker of Oxford and Moore of Brookville will each preach a Sabbath in the presbyterian Church during the pastor s absence. The festival held saturday evening by the ladies of the lutheran Church at Lyon s station was a grand Success financially and socially. The Beautiful Lawn at William Rudy s presented a very picturesque appearance. The order and Good behaviour of the crowd was commented on by All. Gross receipts $44.09 Clear of expenses $32.18. We use nothing but pure Jersey Cream for our ice Cream. We guarantee you perfect satisfaction. Snoen Boltz amp Friedgen. Mrs. Alice b. Tate was born june 11, 1850, and died june 11, 1885�?her birthday aged 35 years to a Day. She was buried from Trinity Church last saturday afternoon at 3 o clock the services being conducted by Rev. E. H. Bradley of Indianapolis. She was followed to her last resting place by a Large concourse of relatives and friends. Hamilton s sunday Schoor will give a Lawn festival at the Lawn of George Stewart thursday evening june 18, three fourths of a mile West of Connersville on the Connersville and Fairview Turnpike. Arrangements Are being made to make this the grandest festival of the season. Ice Cream strawberries and All the refreshments of the season will be had. Admission free. Everybody invited to attend. Plug tobacco cd 5 cd Mhz i o co i o of Quot is to q h q m a it ��o0 cd fs3 a Lay i i so bargains in books at Galbraith s. Mrs. Olga h. Updegraft Quot of Bloomington Illinois is spending this week with her Mother at Everton. The late heavy Rains washed out the Mouth of the sewer at third Street and the River Bank carrying the ground for a distance of fifteen feet away leaving a Large Hole which should be looked after immediately. For Exchange a my hotel property in Plainfield Indiana con8i.stiiig of hotel building partly furnished and three business rooms All in Good condition for a desirable piece of property in Connersville. Call at my office at the Buckley House. S. M. Cook. 2-Ftf never go into a store when you Are not wanted. If a Man wants you to go to his room he will invite you to do so and if a merchant wants you to visit his place of business he will invite you through the columns of your local paper. It is wrong to intrude upon privacy so Don t do it. David Lancaster who came Here from Shelbyville a Short time ago and went into the livery business with professor Gamble has sold his interest in the concern Back to Gamble and left monday for his old Home. Or. Langston was a thorough horse doctor and a valuable Man in our midst and will be greatly missed. The members of the German evangelical Church have United with the German presbyterian Church and will in future attend that Church on East fourth Street. The members of the German evangelical Church return their thanks to the members of the City Council for the use of the town Hall touring the past two years where they held worship. Quite a Large audience attended the services in Trinity Church saturday night to hear or. Edward a. Bradley Rector of Christ Church Indianapolis and Dean of the diocese deliver a Sermon on the Quot intermediate we feel assured every one present enjoyed the Beautiful services As Given by the doctor who is Well known throughout the state As a Man of rare intellect easy address very winning in his manner enc Haining his Aud Iehle. Bev. D. B. Knickerbocker Bishop of Indiana will hold services in Trinity Church Friday evening 19th instant at half past seven o clock. The Bishop is a Man of marked ability and scholarly attainments. A cordial invitation to hear him is extended to All. After the services at Church Are concluded the ladies of Trinity Church will give the Bishop in informal reception in the rooms of mrs. C. C. Ack Erman at the residence of w. J. Orr to which nil persons who May desire to meet the Bishop socially Are invited. A coloured lady of this City went into a store the other Day and going up to the clerk said Quot i want to look at your Flash coloured Hose the Quot clerk thinking perhaps she wanted something to suit her own complexion threw her out a pair of Black stockings whereupon she ejaculated Quot i want you to understand Sah i want flesh coloured Hose Sah i be a wantin Pink Sah or. this remark sorter took the wind out of the clerk but she was accommodated and the Pink Hose was brought Down immediately. One of the most unique and entertaining Quot children s Day Quot services Ever yet held in Connersville were those of last Sabbath at the methodist Church. The magnificent anthems by the adult choir with the accompany ing orchestra the Beautiful and Well rendered numbers by the fresh and Well drilled voices of the girl choir and the Sweet Infa songs by the very Small children together with thesing ing of the Birds Happy As the children made the occasion a festive one indeed. The novel and tasteful Floral decorations also contributed a full share to the attractiveness of the exercises. The following from the Napoleon Ohio Northwest comes up to our ideas exactly Quot no sensible Man should get angry because a newspaper Man Duns him for Money. A Dun is not an impeachment of a subscriber s integrity but is simply an outcropping of the s neces.sitie3. For instance a thousand men owe a Man from one to four dollars each. He has to Dun them All in order to get enough to pay his expenses. Instead of getting angry and stopping the paper because the publisher asks him for what is honestly due the subscriber should thank the editor for wait inf on him so patiently and pay up like a children s Day was observed in the presbyterian Church last Sabbath. The Church was handsomely decked with Flowers. The pulpit loomed up out of a bed of roses. The members of the Sabbath school occupied the body of the pews immediately in front of the pulpit and presented a Lovely sight. The pastor preached a Sermon to the children and scholars on the words Quot each one resembled the children of a King Quot a judges viii.-i8. It was listened too with marked attention by both Young and old. The concert to be Given by the Sabbath school in the evening was interrupted by the heavy Rains. If the weather permits it will be Given next Stib Bath evening. It is a Beautiful exercise and All Are invited to hear it. James d. Allison was tried in our circuit court last week the second time on the charge of stealing a horse from Elijah Elliott of township on the night of january 29th last Lis. Clothing hath. Etc. This Case was tried in March and the jury disagreed. Last wednesday the Case was again taken up and vigorously by Able counsel. Allison was ably defended by d. W. Mckee of Brookville and Joe i. Little of this City. The Case was Given to the jury saturday afternoon at 4 o clock and at g 30 sunday morning they returned a verdict of not guilty. The verdict seems to give general satisfaction from the fact that there was no evidence introduced to show that Allison took the horse or in fact that he was East of the Nulltown Bridge on the night of the theft. Allison who has been imprisoned in our county jail for the past few months went his Way rejoicing sunday morning. The Kwh. Holberg amp co. Are the leaders in the nothing Trade in Fayette 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 Lor yourself or for your boys any other place As their thousands of friends and customers will testify All Over the county. S. 50lbbrg it amp co., april 2, 84-lf i3 a old. Lot liners a kegs Hedi Cinks. Etc. Wholesale retail and manufacturing druggist. His mph end Jel to Oles. The Success met by Woolsey s compound syrup wild Cherry of which we Hare 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 curative Mue 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 a will use no other article themselves and they take pleasure in recommending it to their friends Ana neighbors. Woolsey s penetrating Oil. The Best cheapest and most pleasant embrocation , 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 his article we not Only sell largely at Home but ship extensively 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 bowels As Well As an Appe Izer and an assistant in digesting the food. Price 50 s syrup Sarsaparilla with iodide Potash. This has become so Well known to parties who sensibly Ake 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 s improved C. Pills. The jills Are purely vegetable will not Gripe and cannot salivate they Are put up in bottles Are sugar coated and easy take. Price 25c.�?same As inferior goods tvo Olsey s lax poo. A very Nice beneficial article of untold value to cleanse the Scalp and keep it entirely free from Dandruff. Price 25 addition to the above i manufacture Joco Anut hair Oil camphor ice Godfrey s cordial ipod Eldon Seidwitz 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 will be found the lowest that can be made for he Best goods and in our general Stock of drugs paints Var wishes colors Etc., we will give you bargains. Out a Pooh Etc. Wholesale retail and manufacturing druggist Andre s opera building. Connersville ind. , Etc. A agent Fob Sedgwick bros., Rich Nond net wire Fence and Fob want Foos a co s Springfield wrought Iron pin eclied Kail fencing Stair railing tubular Iron Kailing Balcony railing brackets Iron cresting and finals Tower ornaments Iron chair be uses vases tree guards wire goods hitching posts stable fixtures and weather vanes. Patentee of Heck s self opening Gate. Headquarters at Jacob Goodmon s Blacksmith shop South Central Avenue Connersville. All the amp be articles Are strictly first class and As cheap As any in the Market. Orders promptly attended to. Nitu Cis Jedi cases. Etu.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., Tulio Lesal and i it ail or Tigg its 523 Central Avenue Connersville. Frank october 2�, 1884. M. E. Church Block. Obo Lebies. 0 the lovers of Good Coffee Morris s Ball have just received the following brands Chase amp Sanborn s Java and Mac a Java male Berry pain Java. Warranted strictly pure and of the finest Quality grown. 11 <3roods Solol at lowest a Prioress Don t fail to Call and see them before you buy. Huston s Block opposite court House. Jan. L-s5-ly . A. A it what some of our leading physicians say about the pharmaceutical preparations a. M. Andrews do Etc gust Itz feb Mac st i have used the pharmaceutical preparations of a. M. Andrews such us fluid extracts syrups elixir tinctures Etc., for several Yeara and found them reliable and shits factory. J. D. Lia Esmoke. I have used the pharmaceutical preparations of a. M. Andrews for several years and found them to be correctly made and satisfactory. Joahua 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 i Good reliable preparations. Gregg 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 Vears and know they Are always reliable. L. D. Dillman. I have used the Tarmac metical preparations made by a. M. An Drews 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. S. W. Vance. I have used in my 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. Butler m. D. For several years i have used the pharmaceutical preparations such As 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. A. A. A it jul. E5 tiv Quot a druggist and pharmacist a Huston s blog Connersville ind., Whei e May be found the largest Stock of drugs paints oils Glass Etc., besides a full line of Fine pharmaceutical a relations of our own and other makes. 8optenibor4.18t8-tf a boots and shoes. In to s Kcal Boot and shoe House july a Sitf 409 Central Avenue. Claw Foky ii ods. Crawford House i Corner sixth and Walnut streets Cincinnati. Entrance on sixth st. Lewis Vanden proprietor. To a Oxted a or. Or

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