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Connersville Daily Examiner (Newspaper) - September 14, 1897, Connersville, Indiana I Quot a til i a wonderful new is dial Book Witten for men Only. One copy May be Liefl free sealed in Plain envelope on application. Erie medical co., 66 Niagara st., Buffalo n. Y. D&wsept.8.96-2yr8 if i -1. J Ltd i i Quot r i Quot Quot i ii in daily sex amid a ter. Will Higgs manager. 1 Kaki in so Mlay excepted. Tuesday sept embed 14,1897. Sarah Barnhardt came near losing her life at a bathing place near paria France. The Coopers International Union is holding its seventh annual session in Cincinnati. Yellow fever seems to be gaining a foothold in new Orleans also at Mobile Alabama. Almost everybody will Tell you they Are not As bad As people say and in Many cases they Are not. Troops have at last been called out at Hazelton Pennsylvania. It was sincerely hoped by everyone that this could be avoided. There Are people who claim to be too poor to furnish their children with necessary school books yet their pet dogs must have Fine collars. Spanish fishing Saks have been fired on in Florida Waters because they have been disregarding the quarantine Laws of the state. It brought them to their senses and they will most Likely be More careful in the future. A baseball game Between two negro clubs in Alabama closed with two players dead and several seriously injured. They Are evidently trying to i aise the game to the proud plane of Eminence attained by football in the Northern states. A woman s Congress in favor of Quot rational Quot is called to meet in Lon Down and delegates must Wear bloomers. There will be a grand Opportunity to study the hideous Side of womankind. None but hideous looking women Wear bloomers. James Abram Garfield son of president Garfish to be married next month. His Bride will be miss Reba Williams of Glenville Ohio a Friend from childhood of the Garfield. The Young people travelled through Europe last year in company with miss Williams parents. A school teacher at Topeka Kansas hugged and kissed one of his Young lady pupils. The Pupil s parents had him before the school Board but that body decided him not guilty of immoral conduct consequently did not dismiss him. The Case was appealed to the state superintendent but that August official stated that he would not assume jurisdiction. The teacher my escape Lynching. One of the most interesting features of a he state fair will be governor s Day thursday september in when governor mount attended by his staff will review the Indiana National guard. The celebrated crack artillery company the Indianapolis Light artillery will give a reproduction of the United states Champion Drill under the command of Captain j. B. Curtis. This company has won in Many Sharp contests and they will give a Complete exhibition of this great Drill. The racing program for the Day will be exceptionally Ai proved by the statements of Lead iii druggists everywhere show that the people have an abiding Conil Dence in Hood s Sarsaparilla. Great Jhm proved by the voluntary state Mients of thousands of men and women show that Hood s Sarsaparilla actually does possess Over disease by purifying end Quot a Quot Riching and invigorating Uio blood upon which not Only health but life itself depends. The great in oboe flood s Sarsaparilla a curing others warrants you in believing that a faithful use of Hood s Sarsaparilla will cure you if you suffer from a any trouble caused by impure s Sarsaparilla is the one True blood purifier. A druggists. $1. Prepared Only by I. Hood amp co., Lowell Masi. A i a ii Are easy to take easy Nova s fills to operate. 25 cents. Isic to a Indiana news. Leveata of interest hot from the were is for Hoosier readers. Carritt Pigeon. Selth a Leshae from Andree clip Turcol Lifear Lojia sport Tinl. Losani oks ind., sept. prevails in this Vicinity Over Tho capture of a Carrier Pigeon with a message Silt ined the writ ing is in lag Lish but it is thought that the explorer sent out the in All languages. Tie Bird was first Sheri to Fly Over a Small town called Idaville near Here and was next seen when it Aliff ted on Farmer weel Wau s House in an exhausted condition. Its capture was easy but in a a etting the Bird Down it was injured and died monday morning. Its right foot had a Small aluminium hand around it on which was inscribed Quot no. 21&Quot and the letter Quot a Quot and under the left Wing was a Parchment containing some badly Dis i red wrilin.i�-, out of which Only the Iol Lowins Quot could be read Quot August 2l, i Ole Quot the next was erased. Then came the signature the action of the Wing had worn the Parchment and erased the writing. The whole had been tied on the body of Hie Bird and while not Loose Iliad evidently been in All kinds of weather. At first it was to Doug it Liat a tidal Jolie had been played but the i a Hausted condition of the Bird disproves that. The Rio Ore Law i add. Muncie ind., sept. 14.�?the tactics of the Twenty Odd Saloon men in i Iun Cie to evade the Moore Saloon Law and the Muncie ordinance which prohibits saloons in the residence parts of the City were developed when it was Learned Liat each and every a one of the former Saloon buildings will be made into club houses and tie business which the committee of one Hundred has Worl ced to diligently to drive out will continue to exist tie same As before the Only Dill i enee being that the City will lose Over is ,000, or the s i50 License fee from each of the saloons As tie clubs will be conducted with govera ment Only. Proposed new Ruad. ind., sept 14.�?w. R. Tras Iier f. W. Short r. W. Howell and Stanley Green of Chicago and Cgeorge Vav. Pitchell of Union City wore Here monday engaged in looking Over the route of the proposed Cincinnati a Nim City amp Chicago Railroad a project will he has been abandoned or at least seemed to be. If the Road is built and Liose now at its head claim to have capital Intel ested it will with connections make an air line from Chicago to Cincinnati. Juicy Csc for tie Paglia ricnmo.viind., sept. 14.�?the Richmond bic3 Cle factory has received the third order from Alexandria Egypt in which is one for the Paglia and one for a Young Prince both belonging to tie Circle of tie Kyj Sedive the Viceroy of Egypt. They both ordered Cushion Frame wheels and 21-Inch frames although the Pasha weighs 235 pounds. The Prince oilers his wheel enamelled Royal i Cam. These wheels live to be wrapped and crated water and proof. Block miners win work. Bazu ind., sept. 14.�?the Striling Block exol miners in mass convention monday sent a committee to tie operators with a proposition to resume work at tie of cent rate. The sentiment of the meeting was for going to Vork at once. The operators will meet tuesday morning. Tie strikers passed resolutions condemning sheriff Martin and his deputies. Trestle damaged by fire. Wabash ind., sept. 14.�?a Hundred foot trestle on the Wabash Railroad near kellers this county took fire ion Day afternoon from flaming grass and was so badly damaged that the passage of trains was obstructed for several Houis. Passenger trains were sent around Over the big four and eel River lines. Heat causes Seli ools to close. La Pojo the ind., sept. 14.�?prayers for rain were offered sunday in the churches through the Kankakee Region. The drought is without precedent and with Marsh fires swe Jiing everything in their path there is fear that peat destitution will prevail. The heat is so intense that All schools live been closed. Farmer found unconscious. Sry Mouk ind., sept. 14.�?abrara Branaman a Quot Well to do Farmer and one of the largest Stock buyers and shippers in the county was found unconscious in a Field near Clear Spring from a stroke of Parale sis which Reis Dertod my speechless and helpless. Word was sent to Liere. Took Tho strikers places. Eia Vood ind., sept. 14.�?forty men were brought from Richmond to Talce the places of the strikes in the tin plate factory. Tho strikers shut the switch Gate but the Engineer ran his train through the Gate and landed the men inside the factory. There is great excitement. Death of Rev. . Ball. Muncie ind. Sept. 14.�?Rev. Joseph Ball for 40 years a minister in the old school Baptist Church is dead of typhoid Dyson term aged to years lie was raised in Wayne county and Lias resided in Muncie for 30 years. Tjie funeral will occur on , started for Klondike. Haiti for City ind., sept. J4.�?City a marshal John Shamberger and Isaiah Cortright left sunday night for Seattle on their Way to Klo Niilre. Uliey were outfitted by a local company. Olio in Harrison Spain. Havana. Sept. 14.�?the patriots have inflicted upon the spaniards a notifier fierce blow. The important town of Consolacion Del sur in Pinar Del Rio Ivas attacked thi Cie Days ago by the cubans and the whole Garrison composed of 200 volunteers from Havana slain. Is soon As the terrible Avo rec was Dona the Pati Iofe left the again. Frank Ashton is again to be brought before the court. Frank Ashton was tried a few Days ago in Squire Waldrip s court before a jury for a violation of the liquor Laws. The jury failed to agree and Frank went Quot Scot he was arrested by sheriff Lewis on Sinai lar charge monday night. He was released on a $.50 Bond with m. Fager As surety. The Case against him before was very weak. Family reunion. In november 1820, John Mccrory and his wife both born in Scotland having emigrated from Ireland in 1812, moved onto the farm now by James m. Ochiltree in the Western part of Connersville township. The family consisted of the father and Mother and Robert Mccrory Samuel Mccrory William Mccrory and Margaret who afterwards married Galis pie Saxon who lived near Fairview. Clearing away the Snow by the Side of a log on the North Side of a Quarter Tho family encamped for the first time on their own land. At this place years afterwards the wife and Mother was buried. The father Mother and children Are All dead and their children Are old and Gray and some of them have great grandchildren of their own. Saturday september 11, was he eighty seventh birthday of Elsie Parrish Mccrory widow of Samuel Mccrory deceased of Rush county the last of their generation. Eighty five members of the families were gathered together on the old Homestead farm West of Falmouth to do Honor to the occasion. There was present mrs. Jane Wikoff of Falmouth a daughter mrs. Nancy j. Wikoff Beard of Lewisville Indiana a grand daughter mrs. May Beard Creagor wife of or. Creagor of Carthage Indiana a great granddaughter and Thelma Creagor aged ten months a great great grand daughter. Mrs. Pho Ibe Irwin of Rushville Mother of Arthur Irwin attorney and banker and Mary Gray wife of John t. Gray of Tipton with mrs. Jane Wikoff Are her Only living children. Cora Mccrory Aiken a granddaughter who lives on the Home farm assisted in entertaining the guests. A splendid dinner was served in the Shade on the Lawn. Mrs. Anna Mccrory Murphy and Kate Mccrory of Glenwood w. E. Ochiltree Tina Mcclure and Nannie Mccrory of Falmouth representing the descendants of Robert Mccrory deceased and Robert Mccrory of Glenwood a son of William Mccrory deceased and mrs. James Hinchman of Rushville and Robert Saxon being the children of Margaret Mccrory Saxon with children and children s children who now number about one Hundred and seventy five persons. A great Comfort. A Mother s love is comforting hut if the baby sailers while teething or. Bull s baby syrup is necessary to ease the discomfort and remove attending pairs so thai the baby May rest. Quot my baby was sick from Cut Thig Teeth i bought or. Bull s baby syrup and found it very Good for children teething. I can not Praise it too highly. . Smith. Reams station or. John a. Bull s baby syrup is sold everywhere for 25 cents. It is the Best. Mrs. Mace Chapman and family Are spending the week with Indianapolis frien now then James where did you get the spoons not at the new York store a sure things May be Hackiman s property. An investigation is being made in regard to the Quot plunder Quot found monday on the tramps now in jail. The manager of the new York store at Indianapolis was shown a package of the spoons and told the tramp s tale about buying them of the janitor. In conversation with an examiner reporter this afternoon he said that Mclaughlin s Story must be a canard As they never had any such spoons in Stock and even if they should have there would have been a private Mark on the package so that they would know they belonged to them. The janitor knows nothing whatever of Mclaughlin and it is very evident that in his Endeavor to explain How he came by the goods that he used the truth with pernicious frugality. About three o clock we received a Telegram from j. F. Blackman whose store at Laurel was recently robbed describing spoons that were stolen from him. He will no doubt be Here tomorrow to see whether or not they belong to him. His description of them tallies to the ones found on Mclaughlan and Flannigan. He did not give the Mark on the Box or we would have been Able to have identified the goods beyond a doubt. Several robberies of country stores have occurred around Here lately and not until a most Complete investigation is made will the cases be finished. Mrs. Noah Morris dead. Mrs. Noah Morris died this morning after a Long and severe illness. Deceased has not been Well for Many months and was subject to a severe nervous trouble which effected her heart. She was born at Milton november 30, 1845. Her Maiden name was Victoria m. Zell. On december 16, 1868, she was married to Noah Morris. To them were born four children two of whom Oliver and miss Ollie with their father survive. Mrs. Morris was a life Long member of the methodist Church and was identified in All Church work before she become ill. She was a kind Loving and patient woman who enjoyed the love and respect of a great Circle of friends. The funeral will take place from the m. E. Church wednesday afternoon at 2 30 o clock. Revs. V. W. Tevis and C. Edwards officiating. Look at every strike that occur.=i and you will see that it is composed of foreigners which is certainly an object lesson and demonstrates most forcibly that foreign emigration should be restricted to the lowest notch if not completely Cut off. Our population is increasing fast enough to Supply All demands and it is not right to allow a lot of the worst element of All the old countries to flock in Here and get the places that of right belong to the people who Are born find raised Here. This is the proper Way to protect the american. To Cumal Coz it Jav offed a take laxative Bromo tablets. All druggists refund the Money if it fails to cure. 25c. Sp8m6a the Catholic knights of of iii Are in session at Hamilton. Monroeville Indiana will hold a grand Silver Barbecue at that place september 30. Many of the Modt prominent democrats in the country will be present. The Advance agent seems to have full Sway yet there Are hundreds of thousands of Idle men strikes and bad failures reported every Day. Cascaret stimulate nver kidneys and bowels. Never sicken weaken or Gripe. 10c. Dec5-96yl famous for Over for heating for cooking or for both for cheapness of operation efficiency cleanliness and durability jewel stoves amp ranges have maintained their superiority for a full generation. A look for the Trade Inarik. 80years there Are 1,500,000 jewel stoves and ranges in use to Day. The record of any one of these is the strongest proof of the merits of jewel stoves and ranges. Look for the Trade Mark. 9 Vrej jewel stoves Are sold by Heeb furniture co. Feat tues thur eept.4-3�t that we have the finest line of dry goods in the City. For us a a Nice line of Wool blankets got on blankets Home made comforts silk Oline and go Lico comforts. Sot Otenti al al venue. Andy cathartic 10 a 2b All druggists a a or at a itt v ?�iit17i?n to cure Annj Ose of constipation. Cascaret Are the Ideal Lxii of flu us Uius a Tive Nurer Irris or cause results. A iii irp or cause Eagy a ii Kkt ivc . St��rmgue3ik�y 0aiica�ro, Montreal. Can., or new York. Sudden death. Mrs. A a. A. Miller Dies from a paralytic stroke. Mrs. B. A. Miller a highly respected lady living near Lyons station was stricken with paralysis monday morning. She never rallied after the Shock and died in the evening. Her funeral will take place from the Luth Ern Church at Lyons station wednesday morning at 10 o clock. Half fare rates to Columbus. On september 16, 17 and 38, agents of the H. Amp d. Road will sell tickets to Columbus Ohio and return at one fare for the round trip account German Catholic benevolent society of the United states. Tickets limited to september 25, returning. A debate will be held in Anderson commencing october 5 and continuing four Days by noted spiritualists and anti spiritualists. The Best posted men in the county have been selected for both sides and a Lively time is expected. A valuable i description. Editor Morrison of Worthington Indiana Sun writes Quot you have a valuable prescription in electric bitters and i can cheerfully recommend it for constipation and sick headache and As a general system tonic it has no mrs. Annie Stehl 2625 cottage Grove Avenue Chicago wat All run Down could not eat nor digest food had a backache which never left her and Felt tired and weary but six bottles of electric bitters restored her health and renewed her strength. Prices 50 cents and $1. Get a bottle at Ward Jemison the Alligator druggists. Do big 4 excursions. Chattanooga Tenn. A $4.75 round trip account Chickamauga dedication going sept. 17 return limit rep. 22d. Columbus o.�?$2.80 round tri account Union Veteran legion National Encampment going sep. 21 and 22 return limit sep. 27, with privilege of 15 Days Extension. Springfield fare for round trip account free Silver Camp meeting going sept. 15 to 18 return limit sep. 24. Half pare to Springfield iii. On september 18 and 19 agents of the c., had railway will sell tickets to Springfield 111., and return at one fare for the round trip on account of the i. O. O. P. Sovereign grand Lodge. Tickets will be Good to and including september 27. / &Quot.�-. Quot a. Ett s Cream atm is positive care. Apply into the nostrils. It is quickly absorbed. 60 cents at dec gifts or by mail samples 10c. By mail. Ely Brothers 66 Warren st., new York City. Are you going to travel this summer ? if you decide in the affirmative an wish to gather a comprehensive id sep of the very Best summer resorts in the Northern United states the great Lake Region and Canada you can obtain satisfactory information by sending 4c in postage Stamps to or. D. G. Edwards passenger traffic manager H. Amp d. Railway Cincinnati Ohio who will in return Send you a copy of Quot a Michigan Romi Ince Quot an attractive Story by Stanley Waterloo containing also full information about the Surmer resorts of the great North. The intelligent traveler will appreciate this work. The H. Amp d. Railway have also under preparation another series of books for the coming summer. Keep posted by Reading the daily examiner. $3.40 round trip Cincinnati to Chattanooga. Chickamauga Battle anniversary. 1863�? september 19-30. �?1897 via the Queaa. A amp Crescent Boute. Leave Cincinnati saturday sept. 18 return sept. 22. Very Low Bates to the sunny South via big four Routi account one Way settlers excursion. Tickets on Sale september 21, oct Ber 5 and 19. For tickets and full information on any ticket agent of the big four route or address e. O. Mccormick passenger traffic manager Warren j. Lynch ass. Gen pass. Amp ticket agt., Cincinnati o

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