Connersville Times in Connersville, Indiana
11 Feb 1891

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11 Feb 1891

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Connersville Times (Newspaper) - February 11, 1891, Connersville, Indiana /c0nner8v j �ome8. Vvs Unesda a february 11j89j. H q., h. A i. Time card. Going East. Depart no. S3, express. 5 30tun no. Ski acconi.12 40 pin no. 37, express 4 24 pm no. 31, express �?�1 >1 pin f no. 9, a com. 8 25 pin Kuki omit. A a no. 43, Stock or ought .11 20 am i no. 41, local freight1 25 pin no. 47, time Krei-ht.5 10 pm a so. 45, i Liro Iliili freight 5 45 pm id i no West. Of Paris no. 2. no. 32, 4.tam f no. Accorn .5 45 pm no. 311, express. 9 15 pm no. 34, express11 07 pm Fri omit. No 46, time Freij Ihfe. 1 55am i no. 42, through freight. 10 .>5am i no. 40, local freight it 45 pm no. 41, through Frei rat i 4o pin daily. Oilily except Mulay. T daily except monday. Amp st. L. Time card. Amino North. Depart no. 23, mall and express. 10 54 am no. 1.5. Mall and express. .7 4ii pm no 47 freight. 6 3 am Okinu South. Depart no. 21, mall find a no no. 22. Mall find express-----2 42 pm no. 4� frail hl12 30 pm it. W. Amp l. Rain Road. F30i.v< Loktu. I part no. 2, mull 7 2.5 am no. 4, Exi Russ .5. Pm no. 10, local.5 i0am going South. Arrived no. 1, mjtll.12 10 am no. 3. 20 pm no. .5 h0pm of nge. Miss Maggie Thompson of Lafoil a Niue Wabash county is visiting Kim mint mrs. A. Root of . Or. And . T. L. Linton were a visiting their daughter. Mrs. Than Wanley of Connersville the latter part of last week. Rev. Wilbur Smith s wifi and Bali live been Juite sick but Are l Etter at this writing. Orly churl will will sell All of his personal Proi erty tuesday of next a week preparatory to moving to Toledo where h i has secured a position with his Uncle in the milling business. Miss Josie Henry has Ace ted a position in a wholesale millinery establishment at , and will go there in a few Days. Thomas Stephen and a miss Brison both of this township were married last tuesday at the Home of the Bride s parents. Master Yin Sie son of or. I. W. Sipe got his Collar Bone broken a few Days since while playing Quot whip lash Quot it school. The Institute at Fayette Ville on last saturday notwithstanding to lug i clemency of the weather was a decided suc Quot is. Superintendent Cono ver of Kish county and eight township teachers and live Orange township teachers we in in resent. The exercises by to a ciders and i i ils were very or it Dit Quot Abl and the music by the Quartetti was excellent. S. S. S. All lne. Frank Limpus is Ipi ite sick. Emery is Sili coi lined to his room with Erysipelas. . L. Stevens who has been dangerously sick for the Joast four weeks is slowly recovering. Res. John Jray and son Frank spent last to Day with grandpa Sims at nulls Mills. Will Larmore was smiling on old friends in town saturday. Come again will. Irs. Samuel French of Laurel who has been visiting her . Mrs. James Scully has bin a piste indisposed for several Days. Miss Jennie Perkins and sister mrs. Dan Long of near Fayetteville wore visiting their brother de Perkins in con Tun Seville Friday last. Chance amp Vici Uhlick Are still up to their eyes in the fur business. John Oray. The Village Blacksmith was calling on Nulltown friends sunday. Henry Hogan of the East Side is very ill with lung trouble. Ein Mett Linin us is spending the Winter Home. E. I. Chance has bought the Butler property on the Hill North of the Church and will commence i pairing Hoon. Thou look out for a new Bell in town. Mrs. Marshall Benedict was visiting in your City Friday last the i guest of e. B. Toes and wife. B. Of Conner of the East Side who has been indisposed the past few Mouths is still very poorly. Dug French of Laurel was culling on relatives Here sunday. Marcus a Ratliff and wife were called to Spiceland Friday night last to attend the funeral of an aunt. A Quantity of Cotton Wood is being shipped from this place to the paper Mills at Muncie. Kaui oal. Of Merit and will doubtless make an efficient employee. He expects to move his family to Spiceland Indiana where he formerly lived. Several from this neighbourhood attended a spelling school at the swamp schoolhouse tuesday night. Llev. Crofford began a series of meetings at the u. B. Divided Breth Ern Church last thursday night. Dogs attacked a flock of sheep on win. Michener s farm recently. The canine race has become a terror to the flocks in this locality. There is some talk of building a Union Church near the Grav a Jird on Jasper Matney s farm. We or. Matuey has offered to appropriate the grounds. David Konan was born in Fayette county Indiana in 1h2h and died of heart disease at his sons resident at Hebron indicia january 25, 181 1, aged a y . His remains were brought Here for interment on the 27th ult., the funeral Sci vices being conducted by llev. Smith. W e Stu c not acquainted with the life and habits of the deceased but know him As a peaceable citizen. Cou Tkv Javk. County . Info. And mrs. E. A. Fosset of Celleri Wood vis teil f. Hall and family sunday. Mrs. Springer who has b in quite poorly is better this week. Mrs. Morgan and mrs. Case have talc ii Davy and Nick Owens from tui Asylum. Lum Hall and Frank Stevens attended the Sale at we. Dunn s yesterday. Chas. Krautter entertained a gentleman Friend from Chicago Over sunday. Sept. Hall and wife attended a Turkey dinner at we. Heron s last tuesday and Rej it a splendid time. Caroline Troff spent saturday with relate Vii in town. Thad Ochiltree and wife of Highland spent sunday with Abe Miche Ner Anil family on West Hill. Sunshine. The col nov line. F. M. Biggs is orts a now Carriage. Alex Bell sold his Fine River Bottom farm to John Maze some time ago former acre. A party of four talk of taking a pleasure trip South in the near future. The county line was Well re re seated at thi show iii Kudy s Hall ast saturday night. Or. Ell hum e. Of Kich Mund is Conte lating a visit to this Vicinity. Miss Minnie Stanley was a guest at the Heider House Springersville saturday night and sunday. Llev. Black preached at it. Pleasant sunday at h o clock. Or. Powell visited in East Connersville sunday. The c county line is not Likiu some roads we hav it travelled Covi red with Rock and gravel but the pure Rich natural soil Ben Scholl and Cousin. Miss Addie. Will visit the hitter s Grotlu r near Ilene god when the Quot sugar Quot season arrives. Hollister Williamson of Hamilton. Ohio was visiting relatives Here several the of this week. Ski Dom. Kinds should be promptly taken up if found running at Large on the streets. Mrs. John Hamilton was severely burned with hot grease sunday. J. N. Ward is working on this Side. Mrs. Philip Hoil Man is threatened with lung fever. A Gay party of Yonng folks pulled Talty at the a pleasant Home of Anson Miller one night last week. Valentine Day approaches and then we look for a full share of comic ones. Tom Mcferrin s Gray horse la def arted this life Oil Day last week full of years and honors. Sunday was not a Good Day for promenades As it was most too Muddy. Mamie Kennedy visited in Blooming Grove Over sunday. I Liss Jessi it , after a i Leus ant visit to the family of lon , returned to Kokomo wednesday. Mrs. Will Pattii and daughter Jos Sie who have in in Plite poorly Are much improved in Hedl tii now. Misses Hattie Ellis and Nellie Dane visited near Lyons station saturday and sunday much interest is tak a in the meetings at the m. E. Church and Many from this Side Are iii attendance. Que Uquill. . Kli. The literary society has elected tie following officers president marshal Williams vice president. Alice Fraz a it Secretary Flora Broad dus treasurer Lillian Tingley marshal Herbert Thouis. The programs have l Een highly entertaining. The question for Del ate last night was lle solved that the Fai mers Alliance is a failure. A Large Numier of Yonng people were entertained at the residence of Lichard Kalb last thursday evening were served and the evening was spent playing social games. Eld. William Lupert preached at the Baptist Church last saturday sunday and monday. Heading Circle meets at Williams Friday Naglit singing club at j. Ilea s saturday evening. Fred Hackleman of Fairview so ent saturday and sunday with Reh Tives near Here. Miss Mary i Owell very agree airy entertained friends last Saturn ii evening in Honor of her seventeenth birthday. Eld. J. A. Thomas of Dublin was in this Village last week. Mrs. Sarah Caldwell and daughters entertained a company of Freemis at dinner wednesday. We wish the new proprietors of the unlimited Prosperity and Hope their patrons will give Theiu the in their Merit . F. Lincoln s anniversary. The following is the program to be rendered at the Lincoln anniversary Celebration under the auspices of the s. Of v sat the g. A. 11. Hall thursday night february 12th, to which the g. A. 11, boys and women s belief Corpse and friends Are invited. Captain John Clouds pre Siquig. Music Quartetti. A address Quot Fiji Vetera Norum Quot Lieut. Col. W. G. Young llo citation Mary Little. Music a uart Ette. Lle citation Laura Lowe. Add less. 3r. John Chitwood. Music Quartetti lle citation Lizzie llo Thermal. . Lle citation Bessie Proctor. Music quart it the. Lle citation. Gusta Downs. Address t. M. Little. Short speeches by g. A. A. A. C., and s. Of . Good in Quot lit. T stands for nowhere can you get them More accurately or scientifically filled than at a. M. Andrews drug store prices always reasonable. Extra neats foot Oil Best Straits fish Oil condensed harness Oil Spring. Ada Hay s s j in tabular burlesque co. At Andre theatre to night. Connersville Market. We quote prices in Connersville this we Ltd Kas follows flour i or 100, i2.40 r/2.8t. Ideal per 100, 1.50/ 2.00. Wheat or l Usiel i iii. Corn per by 55c. Oats per Bushel -10 a,g0c. Butter Choice country 15c. At Low prices. Get ready for Uia. Mrs. A. S. Hardy is very sick at this writing. Boric Perin s2 ent saturday and sunday at Home. Miss Edith Hadley is visiting at Laurel. Miss Jennie Wilson of , Pont sunday with relatives at Columbia. Loll Anives from Illinois were visiting train Pike and family last week. Emery Pike is still con lived to his room. Misa Carrie Cotton entertained to party of friends at her hospitable Nome Friday evening. Marcus Ratcuff of Alpine has been employed to measure lumber at a salary of �$800 per year bar a firm in Cia oia Uati. Or. Lia Coliff is a gentle eau Tkv kit in. There will be a Shadow social and donation Supi or Given at them. E. Church in Loverton saturday night february 14. Admission 10 emits supper i cents. Young Man come and buy a Shadow it will be a Lucky Valentine and May decide your late through life. Everybody invited. Mrs. Charlotte Veatch died of heart failure at her Home in Eviston Friday night about eleven o clock while preparing to retire. Quot verily in the midst of life we an it in in her husband Clay a Ltd atch. Who had his legs broken last october and afterwards a stroke of i analysis is still con lived to the House though improving. The family have the sympathy of the entire . Mrs. Sylvanus Cockefair was called to Anderson saturday her Little grand daughter Louth Keltner having Scarlet fever. Mrs. E. A. Newland went to Anderson last saturday to visit relatives. We und a stand that ten of our High school pupils will graduate at the close of the present term Whin Public exercises will be Given free of charge. Favourable Rej orts come from the emigrants to i from this place. . Amanda Cline of Huntington Indiana is Here visiting friends. Ingliss Jessie Hendricks of Fairview Ken Lucky attended thu rave option of or. And mrs. Homi. Look out for an entertain Jim it it at the Hall in the near future. Or. And mrs. H. Rubb of Wilson reek attended the Hood reception. The Screna Ders got left As usual. George Larmore of Vatu Seville iii Liana was at the reception and enlivened the occasion with some splendid music. G. D. Messersmith is taking Cornet under prof. D. Ii. . Orville h Jod who was married to miss Stella Creamer at Hunting ton i Liana. Last thursday arrived with his Bride monday evening. They went at oct to the Home of the Groom s Arents or. And mrs. Samuel Hood and were accorded a re Cei tion in the evening Many friends being present to enjoy the occasion. The newly married couple will make their future Home on a farm near Indianapolis and will go thither the first of March. Cubs Jib out the depot have been by the Western Union. i 1 Elk. March with its nigh winds soon be Here. Will the improvements to the sidewalk bet within the Bridges Are quite marked this Muddy Weathi a. Thomas Munger is somewhat improved and is always glad to see any and All friends. J. F. Coons has again taken charge of Taylor amp Enos saw Mill. About three electric lights scattered through the town would illuminate some of our dark streets at night. Mrs. Biddie Thurston of Quaker town is visiting friends on this Side. Miss Ada Harlan has again taken charge of her school. There was no preaching at the Chapel sunday evening. Dave Hamilton took a show company to Lyons station saturday night. The company showed at Llaudy Hall to a Large audience. The Stock Law a not strictly enforce but should be. Stock of All my Tamo it a. The cubs ousted a Largis number of our boys attended the lyceum at Warner s school House. All report a Good time. J. W. Blacklidge has b ten visiting friends and Reh Tives in the Vicinity of Blooming Grove the ast week. The show billed Here from Conners Villi failed to Lut in an appearance and we Are glad of it if it was no better than thi last one that was i ump from that City. Omer Alley is Deli it ring blocked hand he Stutz on the Side track Here for nine Astle Indiana. B a cd and myrs and Selling the goods lately brought Here by Davison and Hildreth. We. Banes and w. N. Croydon of this j Lac it received 500 sugar buckets last week for their can. Mrs. Mary Barnhart of Lane county Kansas is visiting Elmir Sou and daughter of this place Steve Jinks and mrs. James Curry. One of thu it school teai hers of this county was seen a few Days since to come from one of our saloons with three or four Young men with him. A it it think one or two of them went his scholars. John Conner of Areola Illinois is visiting friends a at of town. H. L. And h. M. Gordon did Aurora Indiana last weel mrs. H. U. Lennard did the City last week. The protracted meeting closed at Cupps Chapel sunday right with Twenty . Thare is talk of a couple of Light weights knocking out a Little difference there is Between them. Eggs per dozen. 1.5c. Lard. J or 0und, 7c. Potatoes or Bushel?1.20 a Hickens. Live per doz., i?2.50i of beef cattle per 100 to Shii , i 0�r/$ Veal calves per Pound Sheet per Pound. 8a a4�c. Lambs per Pound hogs per 100 pounds iit�i�i�h.o�. Pork per Pound 7 c/10c. Bacon per Pound. 10c. Bei of. Per Pound 5 ���2.c. Timothy Hay per ton Clover Hay her ton i?6 of $7. Lover seed Timothy seed si.$1. 15. A Victory for the Wagner Vestibule the Wagner Palace car company operating sleep ing cars Over the big four la tote. Has gained a signal Victory on its controversy with tie Pullman company. By the decision just rendered by judges Gresham and Blodgett. In the i United states c in cuit court at Chicago the motion made by the Pullman company to enjoin the Wagner company from the use of the is denied and the Wagner company is sustained on every it Point it has made in the contest. This decision practice by disposes of till litigation and leaves the Wagner company a Clear Liell in which to demonstrate the superiority of its a perfected Vogt Tibule which is now in use on All Exi trains of that it big four Loute making the trains Rac tily solid from end to end an advantage which will be readily appreciated by the travelling Public. Febllt2. Ait news s As 1 have the Hergest Stock of Granite and Marble monuments and tombstones in Eastern Indiana and As decoration Day is approaching i will give special Low prices during the next 30loose s extracthje1x3 clog or Blossom it will. Pay Ivy Oife Twenty five per cent. To Wiiri Hase now. Cali and see for yourselves. Neat designs perfect work and lowest prices. Tony 3chrichte. Two doors South of traits. Jawes f. Curry agent. A Aceb a female often Knesset Ulcy a to Morse Orosi Ash Comsos ill ouch Roia Onins Salt Khoum. Catarrh Krynik Poian Kheu Watlam and All Itlo ocl and skin also area Price per pint Ottlo. Or 6 bottles or Foj. I la can solid extract we Wlch of by in iii may7-oo\r-yl Delsarte. a idlers in pumps of nil descriptions. Hardware and implements n and me warn. N Corset Waist amp Brace Conil Ilni s i i Slort Kun Annc Antl truce. Solil Lilly 111 a a it who will Tako thu Vilii ids a it i Liis iii ii Izmir iii ail Luti in on Ali mrs. Jos. Bishop la ast Quot Illi st Lii Miu iii iii s it lock. Clil 1 iii Vyma i Yhu Ian and Sulu Ikon. I Lisis ii i Laid iii ills Isis from ii ill Aiice will a i Isle set cal Atlois Teloiv. Willim ii nil i soil Crift dior Ali Coli tail a Vimio iii i Sliu a it for it i iii Irtoli if pm Quot Votkl Jiin 1 Orick of of of i Avi i i coi Niv Roo i Kaka. Noil i is cult Ivl y a ovum Lylial. Ilu Meird to i it of Kiriy Flo Quot oui it Luil Miia will orc rail ii Lille Lii Icelon it Lum Loorom the i Mii to i Ousie of Salti iii into on Moi Luy Llic Milli Iliin of ill 1s 1, la Lwi in Trio hours of ten o clock a. M ii jul two o clock i. >i., of Salii Iliin part of the Larin known Asif the poor Arm of Salii county As follows to wit i Arf of Una Northwest a Ina tor of Section to Weity long11, Lowi Islip of Zirleen k. Iii iii i Welve cd10, Ilas follows he klan Linkon the East line of Saldini Marler of oils North of uie soul Host Corner of said Quarter i hence West Paral lei with the son in line of said liar scr the rods to a Stone Clience North parallel with the East line of said Uri rods to the t Laypool Lami i hence East parallel with said South Ali Elm Oiin ii it the cart Lineo Salii Unur ter thence South i a rods on Hui East line and to thu place of . Rico Saui rii Rizor is iii disc Allied part Thor of to he sold for not less than Hundred dollars and Lam purchaser thereof to Kivo his notes in four equal due in one two three and four years from Dato with per cent. from Date until paid in Luluk valuation and appraisement Law and attorney a Fern with approved per Minvil Vcci irly. Ity order or the Hoard of . Of Hull county halon Isth i8�l. Lolin i Avn ii us tor Fayette cd titty Indiana. Juju for bargains in gets ladies and children s knit underwear for Tran Unini. Blankets and dress goods to Renee Stock before invoicing fall at Shera amp Mcintosh. Jaul of z of Lutr al to xxvi. To Florida dentist. Has to moving his Kontul of Tinct to tie sinks property Cruor of Central at Niue unit third Street a Kuqi Faro and a Liaf Kouth of the Post Otic o. Jaul Joshua Leach j. P. Fire i Tornado ins Rauci and real Enatale a Ehl Oslo. So Pond floor. North end con Woll look. On Montral a Quot a use tub que Una crib Point bout Aua e. T. V. A a. St Tom Aro 110 Alloa Alporter and quicker than any other line from Cincinnati via. Chattan Otra Atlanta Macon Sarannah ail Brunsw Lilc to Jacison Vilik. Throw my a Oudolf cars to Tolu Aville on Indian River on Niue Nung and to Jackson Vullo on evening Traini every Day. In to lies a car cacti up tion in a Amali room where you Uloko tho door und have the privacy of a hotel i coat n it More Thon the regular prices for dec Toni in an open car. The Jar Are operated by the pull a naa co., which i a flu Aratee of Glrst Niass service. Round trip tickets Limo at reduced rates trains leave Central depot Cincinnati at 10 15 a. M. And u 00 p. M. Sleep in oar for eleven o olo Oit train is in the depot read tor Pawe Gera at nine o Clook. For tickets fourth st., or writ to d. O. Edward a P. 4 t. At Cincinnati o. Through tickets by this line a re for me at All . Stations North of Ohio River. J an. Ult i John w. Hannah. Justice of the peace and insurance agent. Subscribe for the tikes he eclat hate Nylon Given to Woolle Tolona and making and deeds. He by Aonie of the leading insurance Oom pauses and Buo Ceede a. R. Morrison in the Oom Panieri he represented. A a Hare of the Huil Neu Oil Otto. Of Floe in tim a building Flat door South. Jani

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