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Connersville Daily News (Newspaper) - July 5, 1890, Connersville, Indiana Local and personal Carl Tryon and wife have gone to Lyons station to spend sunday. George Bullard and family have gone on a visit to Berrian Springs Michigan. Henry Holberg is up from Cincinnati spending a few Days with old friends. Harry Hussey and Davis role of College Corner Ohio Are in the City to Day. Harry Trusler was Down from Indianapolis yesterday mingling with old finds. The glorious fourth is now Over and everybody should Settle Down to business again. Editor Hartpence of the Harrison Ohio news celebrated the fourth in Connersville. Smoke Central pharmacy agents. A party of ten Connersville girls paid a flying visit to Man loved Park this morning. Misses Lena and Clara Greetia Walt of Anderson spent the i ourth a with Connersville friends. Charley Murphy is Homo from san Antonia Texas on a visit to his parents and Many friends. Miss Ida Wiley and miss Brown of Rush county were flu costs of mrs. Nancy or dict yesterday. To Day a la 5th, Odin 15 John Thompson f in pianos Nti l the trans. Sk�?�1�?Tg machines Hoyl Ynot sum pics. at in Cuett in lii irly a. Kos Wheelan and son Zoliner of Cambric to City were guests of mrs. E. T. A Heel an on the fourth. The worst Case of scr Fula Salt Rheum and other diseases of the blood Are cured by hoods Sarsaparilla. Little Fiona Massey acc Dently fell out of her baby buggy thursday evening and was painfully injured. J. H. Shea of Scottsburg Indiana and miss Grace Loper of Fairfield wore guests of miss Eva Thomas yesterday. Dyspepsia and its attendant ills Are quickly cured by Simmons liver regulator. Miss Rea Manlove who has been visiting coun Osville friends several Days returned to her Home in Milton this morning. James h. Tryon and miss Fannie Turner of Harrison were married at the residence of Rev. T. H. Hench thursday evening a Short haired Rushville girl created a Small sensation in Connersville last night by smoking a Cigar on our Public streets. Dozen ladies Jersey ribbed vests at 5 cts. A piece. Small cupid Reid a Satin pms or 19 cts. A piece. F. Rothschild. An excellent remedy for dyspepsia Simmons liver regulator. Pc. Masterson sheriff of Bibb ., a. John Lewis of Milton and Lottie Dimery Cook at the grand Flo tel were United in marriage thursday evening by Rev. Miller. Everybody extends congratulations presbyterian Church services sunday school at 9 30 a. Church service 10 45 a. The lords supper will be celebrated at the morning service. Union open air services in the evening. For fruit berries see a e and . Vegetables in abundance received daily from Home Gardners. A full line of Staple and fancy groceries constantly on hands. Mul Keeren a bake try confectionary ice Cream Saloon. The coloured base Ball team of Oxford Defeated our Home team yesterday by a score of 15 to 5. Our boys Are evidently losing their grip. Miss Marie Manlove and misses Gertie Bowman and Stella Robinson have gone to the former a Home in Posey township to spend sunday. A Bald headed woman is usual before she is 40, but Gray hair is common with them earlier. Baldness and gayness May be prevented by using Halls hair renewed. De Snyder and his Bob tailed roadster took a plunge Bath in the canal thursday evening. Fortunately the Only mishap was a Complete ducking. Tom Stilwell came Over from Anderson to enthuse on the fourth and was accompanied Home this morning by misses Rose and pet Conwell. Keep your liver Active and thus Ward off disease. Take Simmons liver regulator in time. Mrs. Kuhn Mother of mrs. Matt Meyer died at her Home in Indianapolis yesterday. Connersville relatives went up this morning to attend he funeral. in Connersville yester ii a White Stone shirt stud valued As a present. By returning the same to thi of lace the finder will be liberally rewarded. For Fine me Cream and natural Gas bread go to Henry Depner a restaurant. Contras Avenue. Dal from what we can learn the Rushville Blowout was not a howling Success. The races were very Good but the crowd was distressingly slim. They will have a big time at their fall races however. The name a White water Railroad has been wiped from the face of the Earth and will be known no More forever. The new title of the Road is the same As that of the main line �?oc., C. St. furnished room on Central Avenue on Block West of c., to. Amp i. Depot for rent. Apply to this Filce. The Ball Given at the rink last night was largely attended and highly enjoyable. Good music enlivened the occasion and tho gentlemen in charge deserve great credit for the manner in which it was conducted. The morning service in the presbyterian Church to Morrow will be the last service held in the Church As the Progress of the building requires it to be vacated so that the changes in it May be completed along with the rest of the Church. Try Turners Nev to sorial parlor Conwell Block. A oozy place every think nent Andelean and Lone but the Best Barbers. Or. 0. P. Phares a to Kizun Liim Ilii in Limi Rhy Wulchin of Luvon act ii is now Xinna foully to Ovid of al feb it. Willatt it ind ail . Spec ii Alt Simon will be a Ivun to dim Asea of Liliann. U. S. I Rea aurer Huston who is seeking Hawaith and rest at at until City new Jersey has our thinks for late copies of the Phua ltd Audi uus City Rev. T. B. Mcclain and wife Rev. R. Roberts and wife Rev. J. Sargent and family capt. John Hamrah and family and a. E. Barrows and family enjoyed a delightful fourth of july picnic in the Shipley Grove Northeast of Maplewood. Some unknown fellow Labouring from a Load of fourth of july bile spewed All Over the c., h. Amp i depot this morning and while Mike Cannon was looking for a policeman to run him in he managed to get away. They say he come from Rushville. A new Stock of barred Black Organ Dies just received at Shera amp Mcintosh a. All members of the p. O. S. Of a. Camp Are requested to meet at the old Odd Fellows Hall sunday july 0,1890, at 5 30 p. M., Sharp to attend services at the Maplewood m. E. Church in a body. Rev. T. B. Mcclain will deliver a patriotic discourse on that occasion. Superintendent Hutton train dos patches Jones and Phil Laruo Viere in a wreck thursday. They a tarted of a fishing excursion in a Wabble a wheeled Wagon and the Pond Rosity of j Onei was More John Scott is Down from Indianapolis. Rome Blsir of Hamilton is visiting Jake Blair. Mrs. Clarence Perdiew is visiting Liberty relatives. Miss Anna Snider has gone on a visit to Corydon relatives. Miss Lenora Norris is a guest at the Home of will Ochiltree. Fez Goodwin and wife of Brook Ville Are visiting Mel Powers. James ii. Ball of hush county is visiting Rev. R. Roberts and family. Jim Heller of Indianapolis is visiting old time Fayette county friends. John Cloud visited Glenwood and Rushville friends Over the fourth. Anna Healey started for Chicago to meet her brother George this morning. Frank Pearce went to Lebanon this morning to take charge of the natural Gas pipe line. Presiding elder Sargent has gone to Laurel and Metamora to hold quarterly meeting. Wanted a girl to do general housework. Apply to mrs. Amanda b. Huber. Tom Conroy is up from Cincinnati spending a few Days with his wife relatives and friends. Tom Parry came Down from Indianapolis on the noon train today. Clair will be Down to Morrow. Charley minor assaulted Monroe Bledsoe last night. He will be tried for the offence before Justice Leach this afternoon. A Good programme of music speaking etc., will be provided for the out door Temperance meeting to night. Everybody invited. Miss Cora Steffey of Laurel who has been visiting misses Nona and an Ahiers will return Home tues Day accompanied by miss Anna. John Marley an Indianapolis Shell worker was a pinched a yesterday for gaming. He paid a Ane and costs amounting to $9 and skipped. Major will Yousy assisted by Rushville Laurel and Connersville Camps goes to Andersonville monday evening to Orga size an s. Of v. Camp. A Hurst Beli using to Joe Nugent the Gypsy at the the c., ii. Amp i. Depot this morning and Irinod to run Oil. At the first lunge he was Cault it by a Man named Morgan and in rearing the fellow was thrown under his feet. Fortunately however the horse was subdued before any injury was int listed. Hon. 1. Tacket and col. John m. Wallingford of Greensburg attended the Rushville races yesterday but not being fully satisfied with the Bill of fare a Alae on to Connersville in the afternoon Wheir the Eagle screamed in a More patriotic Way. They Wera highly elated with our Celebration a a Klimt baby Carriage for Sale As Good As new at Hollis photograph rooms. Fred Volgert a new House on Spring Hill will be completed next week. Philip i a. Rudicel has filed a petition for divorce from Sarah f. Rud Leel. Tom Shirkey of Brownsville was run in for Plain drunk by marshal Lewis this afternoon. Rev r. Roberts will preach in the Church at East Connersville to Morrow afternoon at 4 30 of clock. The Flag presentations yesterday at the Public and Catholic schools were both interesting and patriotic. William Johnson a Bridge Carpenter on the j., a amp i. Road fell off a Bridge and was badly Hurt a few Days ago. He is now at his Home in this City. The natural Gas company bought the stand pipes from major Doxey this morning and they will be kept in position for the purpose of giving exhibitions. Jap Lockwood was Over from Rushville on the fourth imbibing patriotism Long drawn out. Jap is a great admirer of Connersville snap Jap is also a Man of Good taste. Hollis the new photographer will give an 8x10 picture and Frame with every dozen cabinets. Charles Mace and wife arrived Here thursday on a visit to relatives and friends. The former left for his Home this morning but mrs. Mace will remain several weeks. An individual who was viewing the reflectors for our electric Light system yesterday remarked to a Friend a the fire alarm is a big thing. I see they have Bells All Over nine men and two women were landed in the cooler yesterday and last night and All the men Drew prizes before the justices this morning. The women names unknown were turned out this morning. All members of Shawmut Council Are requested to be at Council Hall monday sleep. First Quarter dues must be paid and the installation of the elected chiefs will take place. By order of Pocahontas. Walk in walk in that you May see the Way goods go at the pharmacy. Central in Nam in Center of town you la find our store walk up or Down. The drugs we sell or prescriptions fill or draw the Best soda in Connersville. Our business grows by no devices but Good attention and Best of prices. A big Jorth. Everybody Happy Over jumbo Celebration. Our Good weather and an immense crowd of people. Thomas amp. Frazee the managers congratulated on every hand. Services of the Christian Church. Sabbath school at 9 15 preaching and lords supper at 10 >0. Sub act of morning Sermon a the Sabbath Union services at 7 45 p. M., in the Temperance Hall Yard if the weather is favourable the Christian Church. You can save from fifteen to Twenty dollars on an Organ by buying from a. Rothermel. Clem Hibbs had an experience thursday Hight. When he started Home he counted his Money and he had just $15 in his pocket Book. He got up the next morning and it was gone. Who Ever took it did no to want anything else for he left his pocket Book and watch and Chain. The m. E. Church to Morrow. General class 9 a. Preaching by the pastor 10 30 a. M., subject a your Independence Day a sunday school 2. P. M., followed by class meeting Christian Endeavor,6 30 p. Open air meeting at the City Hall at 7 45 p. All most cordially invited to All these services. Oink both the method and results when syrup of figs is taken it is pleasant and refreshing to the taste and acts gently yet promptly on the kidney liver and bowels cleanses the system elect rally dispels colds headaches and fevers and cures habitual constipation. Sporup of figs is thu Only remedy of its kind Ever produced pleasing to the taste and acceptable to the stomach prompt in its action and truly beneficial m it Flecta prepared Only from the mo6\ healthy and agreeable substances ite Many excellent qualities commend it to All and have made it the most popular remedy known. Syrup of figs is for Sale in 50c and 61 bottles by al Lemming druggists any reliable druggist who May not have it on hand will pro Cui of it promptly for any one who wishes to try it. 1x> not of copt any substitute. Cd umm m so the fourth of july 1890, will Long be remembered in Connersville. The morning opened up Beautiful and Balmy and the weather remained delightfully Cool and bracing throughout the Day and evening a twas a perfect Day. By 9 of clock in the morning the Success of the Celebration for which so Largo an outlay of Cool Cash had been made was assured. Every Railroad train was loaded r with living freight and a perfect Stream of people in vehicles came from every direction. In the afternoon the crowd on the grounds was estimated at 3,000, and a much larger crowd was in attendance at night. Just whal the boys realized from the Enterprise is not known but if they had made four times As much it would have been none too much and everybody says so. The programme gave great satisfaction and nothing like the great fireworks display has Ever been seen in this Section. The race All Good were As follows bicycle prize $10, Given by Heron amp . Second prize $5, Given by the managers. Carl Smith. 12 will Thomas. 4 3 fan Hood. 3 1 time 2 minutes and ten seconds de , of Posey township was awarded the prize set of harness Over half a dozen entries for show horse. Prize donated by Mart Meyer. Green county Trot half mile for f75. First ij40 second $25 third ?10. Silvey Willa Wilkes. 3 2 1 kin Bolt. I 2 Ida Wilkes. T time 1 30. 1 51, 1 32. 2 27 Trot for a purse of $300. First $150 second $75 third $45 fourth 35i a a pad Gus Gledden. 2 111 Jennie a. 13 3 2 Fannie a. 3 2 2 3 time 2 42, 2 41, 2 43i, 2 45. Pacing race for $300, Winner take All. Little lot. 12 1 addle a. 3 12 time 2 43, 2 38,2 35. Foot race Harry Cross. 1 Tom Suttles. 2 de Kennedy. 3 Carl Hanson. 3 Dan raid Well. 4 Ira Henchman. 5 first prize $10, second $5, Given As follows i. B. Young $5 Mafli Ett amp son $5 management $5. Running race for $65. First $35 second 20 third $10. Topsy. I i Jesse James. 2 2 Belle. 4 3 Dick. 3 4 time 1 02,1 02. Foot race for $25. All. Or. Clark. Harry Cross. Time 10 seconds. Matrimonial event. Notwithstanding the misgivings of the Public the matrimonial event Camo off just As advertised. Promptly it 8 p. M., in the presence of a multitude of four or five thousand people Emory w. Stafi Ord of this City and miss Ella Oren late of Farmland mounted the judges stand where the ceremony was performed. At the the close a mighty shout went a it and the Bride and Groom gracefully bowed their acknowledgement.-, and retired to their Carriage and were driven to a Home newly fir iii she d for their reception by the Groom on South Central no imbue j this part of the programme w a i Complete Surprise to the Bride who expected to be lodged in a hoarding House. Both were a attired and they presented a very handsome appearance. I fire works. The display of fire works last night on the fair ground were the f finest Ever Given in our City. Imagine the Shower of coloured Ford falling upon the Placid Waters of Manlove Lake where the musical Congress will be held on Friday and saturday August 8th and 9th. Hundreds of attractions both pleasing and instructive will be presented by the management. A lift like portrait in living fires will in produced representing the hero of a Hundred battlefields general Grant. Lookout remember the Date. Yon will not be disappointed the purest and Best articles known to medical science Are used in pre Pari Hood a Sarsaparilla. Lvi in iri Rienti carefully select it i it i r. By examined and on to f i i i attained the Medicine air i of pared unde the supervision of to liar Lyco Patent pharmacist Jan i Evi step in the process of Nia Nufa it is carefully wat Clied with no to securing in hoods Saran i the Best possible a it Isu to. The to the children of the school is Becu Minjo quite an interesting and impressive ceremony in Many parts of our country. The leading a a iritis the patriotic order of the Sonn of America to whom credit is due for their Energy a kindling the fires of atrioti3iu a the hearts of the children. The great Success of their i ports and the Hearty approval Lioy meet with everywhere Are indications that the Woris is greatly intensify. Ing in our hearts the love of Eosin and Home. May this order survive through the centuries to come to lend their valuable Aid in pre Petua Tongour institutions. There was handled by the Valley Road thursday and Friday 1,744 people for Connersville and 010 for other stations. No cadent of any kind occurred trains were run on Lime and the Road furnished plenty of h for All. This is one time when the \ Alley done Moro for this City than both the other roads by far. Supt. Sutton says everybody will soon want to travel by the a great Scenic and All Flower at the m. I. Church in Maplewood of Morrow there will to class meeting at 10 a. Sunday school at 2 30 p. Preaching at 745 p. By the . Thome a the Dulje a of the Church to the military and naval forces of the All Are cordially invited. The p. O. S. Of a. Will at tend in a body. The Church will be beautifully decorated. Buy your organs and pianos from a. and save from $15 to $20. Winner take. 13 the ladles delighted. The pleasant effect and the perfect safety with which ladles May us the liquid fruit lai Cativo up of figs under All conditions it Thair Favorito remedy. It is pleasing to the Eye and to tho a a it effectual to hot Lcy in. . People won offi when they find How rapidly Heath is restored by taking a mrs 8aparllla. The reason is that this preparation contains Only the Forest and most powerful alternatives and tonics. To thousands yearly it proves a veritable elixir of life. .s. Jos. Lake Brockway Centre. Mich., writes quot liver complaint and indigestion made my life a and came near ending my Ezieb tease. For More than four years i suffered untold agony. I was reduced almost to a Skeleton and hardly had strength to drag myself about. All kinds of up distressed me and Only the most delicate could be digested at All. Wilbia the time mentioned several physio tabs treated me without giving Relief. Aug that i took seemed to do any permanent Good until i began the use of avers Sarsaparilla which has to diced wonderful results. Soon tav commencing to take the Sarsaparilla i could see an improvement in my condition my appetite to return and with it came the about or to digest All the food taken my strength in it Rood each Day and after n few months of faithful attention to Yoor directions i found myself a Well woman Able to attend to All household duties. The Medicine has Given Itte a new lease of life and i cannot thank you too a we the undersigned citizens al Brockway Centre mioh., hereby certify that the above state meet made a by mrs. Lake is True in every Par Tiauw and entitled to full f. Chamberlain 6. W. Waring o. A. Wells druggi4t. Quot my brother in England was to a Long time unable to attend to his Odeil it Patlon by reason of sores on his tot. I sent Bim Ayers almanac and the ass to Monius it contained induced Hini tit try Ayers Sarsaparilla. After Muslim it a Little while he was cured and is Sofir a Well Man working in a sugar at Brisbane Queensland Australia a a. Attewell. 8harbot Lake ont to. Ayers Sarsaparilla i Raer Aaan my or. J. C. Ayar ooh lamp Mik

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