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11 Nov 1885

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11 Nov 1885

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Connersville Times (Newspaper) - November 11, 1885, Connersville, Indiana Gunners a times 11, 1885. Ap29 was buried at mrs. Mary Cotton Columbia last week. Charley Balle s business room was treated to a new floor. Frank Wood was in Chicago several Days last week business. Billy Fready has been Home since thursday and reports a fair Trade. Smoke quot Pusher quot Cigar. Of mrs. Henry Caswell and children visited the old folks in Milton Over sunday. Thomas Hacker a Bushville Mechanic has accepted employment in this City. Theodor and Fred aet a Lin were in Cincinnati wednesday consulting a physician. T. L. Griffis is now in the East and new goods the very latest styles Are daily arriving. Rev. Ziegler this City conducted quarterly meeting for the coloured folks at new Castle last Sandaj. A. J. Roberts and wife Jackson township have been visiting relatives at Moores Hill during the past week. Johnny Bruton s Saloon was closed by creditors one Day last week. John now talks moving to Mart Neville. Go to Renner s and see his Fine display candies. He makes the very Best and cheaper than City prices. 21t3 Charles mount has purchased the Floral Hall and moved it from the fair grounds to his farm adjoining the North. H. T. Thomas and w h. Caswell were in Georgia last week arranging for a Cotton Supply for the Western hosiery Mills. Mrs. Roxy Goodrich and daughter Shelby Rifle ind., Olio were visiting miss a Fittie Blake several weeks returned Home last week. Parents should know where their children Are especially after dark and More especially the girls from twelve to sixteen years old. A. T. La Duque returned last week from a successful trip in the interest the Connersville buggy company and started out again this week. White s quot perfection quot artificial Teeth Only $10 a set either upper lower. At the coloured masque Given at Andre s opera House last week some novel costumes were displayed and it was encouraged by a Good audience. Mrs. William Fox was buried in St. Louis monday week and Frank returned to this City saturday. M Fox will i Emain in St. Louis for some time. Taylor Hamilton East Connersville moved his family to Pittsboro ind., last week. He is a first class citizen and we Are sorry to lose him Pittsboro is to be congratulated. Bargains in books at Galbriath s. J. H. Fearis and wife celebrated the fifteenth anniversary their Niar i Page tuesday night last week it was largely attended and the participants report a very pleasant time the City band Ball at Andre opera House thursday night was Well attended and a very enjoyable affair. These balls give Promise to become even More popular during the season. Pigs feet at Gipe s. The citizens the Southwest por Tiou this county and Norton Vestern Franklin county have protect themselves against thieves under Gordan one night last week j. P. Grocery store at Rushville tired the Safe blown open and about $70 and a Small amount goods taken. This is the second Rush Ville Safe blown open in the last two months. Cakes pies Rolls and bread at mul Hereu s. Nov4m4 the following named persons wer elected officers the High school literary society last Friday Ciar ence Mckellep president Joe Cole Tyiee president Bessie Wright Sec retard Hattie Williams critic tins the significant title quot the in Fin was in Lewis Hurst librarian Edgar Ley Marsial. D. C. Banes re opened his shoe Stor last saturday and is at present sell ing under the direction Assignee Ross. He Hopes however to be Abl to eff quot act a settlement with his creditor at an Early Day when he will Aga resume business in his own name his Many friends Here Hope that he a will. Quot Pusher quot cigars. Pfafflin amp Rea manufacturers. Of Rushville graphic . C. L. Is Esbit and miss China Hinc Niini wer United in marriage at the Rev. J. F Hutchinson a wednesday Evnin these Young people Are Well know Here and everybody joins with in wishing Vliem a Long and prosperous journey through life and that their troubles May be quot Little jew jerseys at Shera amp Mcintosh e. F. Shinn Edwards county Kansas returned Home last week from a visit to Solomon reibsome and Osiier friends in this Cou Tity. Be quot fore returning however he stopped at Dublin Long enough to induce one her fairest daughters. Miss Victoria Johnson to accompany him As his wife. The times wishes them Success. W. H. Conley the junk Man. Pays the highest Market Price in Cash for poultry. Of to Billy Shuler Hamilton o., was in the City saturday. A new k. Of p. Lodge was instituted Harrison u., thursday night. Home Pickle Lilly at Gipe s. Prosecutor Develin was in attendance at court in Union county last week. Doc Horton has established his Winter Headquarters at Cambridge ity. Mrs. Henry Jacob and family have gone to Greensburg to spend the Winter. Call r. Marks and get the Best a ands flour in the Market at the West Price. 21t4 will havens and wife Rushville spent sunday with Connersville relatives and friends. Mrs. Leland Ferguson returned from a visit to relatives at the state capital last week. Auditor John Payne was quite sick saturday and sunday but is again Able for duty. Charley Frost Cambridge cd to mingled with Connersville friends a few hours saturday. Nitrous oxide Gas the Only Safe Anaesthetic pure and fresh always be had at White s dental rooms. Charley Bartine s comedy Combina and a Gregariou wonders exhibited at Glen Wood saturday. Dick Durrell and family Cincinnati visited Connersville relatives and friends several Days last week. Daniel Retherford Jennings township stiff ered a severe Hemor a Hage the lungs one Day last week. A. G. Norman and wife Cincinnati have been visiting relatives and ends in this City during tie past Lew Days. Or. Jas. Hedley will deliver the next lecture in the course next monday night the 16th instant. Subject grandmother Marshall aged ninety three years living in the Southwest part the county is recovering a severe sick spell. We Are authorized by superintendent Gamble to say that next Friday will be observed As Arbor Day by the schools Fayette county. Sex postmaster Wildman Indianapolis was in the City one Day Hist week in the interest the journal and gave this office a pleasant Call. I want everybody to know that i make my candies pure and Good to suit my patrons and claim Vliem to be second quot to none. We. Renner. 21i3 Char lev Nesbit and his new wife were in the City saturday Purchas big the necessary paraphernalia to enter upon the Stern . A meeting the Indiana state Grange will be held at Huntington the second tuesday december 885. James Sims and wife will rep event this county. A Complete line still and soft hats very cheap at Holberg s. Of mrs. A. G. Barnard Blooming ton ills., accompanied by her son and daughter master Hale and miss Jennie is in the City a visit to her daughter mrs. Frank Wood. The Mason amp Morgan company played Uncle to a s Cabin to a crowded House at the opera Hall Friday evening. Tie company is Strong in some parts the play and weak in others. T. L. Griffels is Headquarters for handsome embroidered French suits stylish and cheap. The funeral services Uncle Abe Conwell were conducted by Rev. J. K. Pye Shelbyville and his remains were followed to he grave by a Large concourse relatives and friends. The social Given by the ladies St. Gabriel s choir at Heeb s Hall last evening was a splendid Success. Every one present had an excellent time and the choir realized handsomely a financial Way. The new Mill is now running and making very Choice flour. We invite the Farmers to Call for anything in our line. Conners virile milling co. The suffering people Rushville deserve More pity than censure horses cattle an d hogs Are Given the Liberty the town by night and the editor the Republican quot is at Large a muzzled by Day. Union county news since Fayette county has quot been added to the judicial District judge Swift has been kept very Busy but he is quite equal to the Einer gency and keeps the docket the three counties cleared . T. Maffett has put in front his store room a new six ton quot Howe quot Wagon scale. Public weighing Soli item. Of Tai Este realities Nickle Cigar. For Sale by All first class dealers. Remedios Cigar. Factory mfrs. Spa poplin amp ready. Props. March 1 the furniture factories report business looking . Working pants 60 cts. And upward at Holberg s Palace. Of the wednesday night prayer meeting at the m. E. Church will be for Young men and the work the y. M. C. A. Rev. Or. Hench preached a very powerful Sermon the subject prayer at the presbyterian Church last sunday morning. War claims a. W. High claim agent can be found at Banes s shoe store every wednesday and thursday to look after War claims. J. R. Virden moved to his new property in Maplewood yesterday and is snugly fixed in one the finest residences in the Village. Rev. J. H. Doddridge preached an eloquent Sermon at the m. E. Church last sunday evening the subject quot by none other he had a Large audience and held it As still As a mouse. Renner s Candy is quot perfectly delightful especially his Coa Chanut Candy. He makes it himself and never fails to please the taste and he Sells at Low prices too. Fob first class lot Poland China pigs recorded Stock for Breeding purposes. Call Preston Brown three and one half Miles East Connersville address him at Connersville. We were awakened from our first Nap last saturday night by the strains delightful music by the serenades and Are sorry we did not come boys hear More it. And stay longer. Charley Merrill arrived Home from it. Worth tex., last saturday. He is in Good health and reports our old fellow townsman Gus Pelzel in a Happy and prosperous state. Charley will remain in Connersville for the present. The ladies the Christian Church have decided to give their quot thanksgiving Tea quot at the Church. Extensive preparations Are in Progress and it is the intention the lady managers to make it the Best entertainment Given this season. The oldest veterinary surgeon in the state. Of ice at fifth Street livery. Bring in your blemished horses. He treats All Domestic Stock. Examination free. W. C. Cobbett. L. G. Henry whose parents live in Waterloo township is located at Salisbury mo., and is the agent the Wabash Railroad at that place. His wife who has been visiting in this county several weeks returned Home last week accompanied by Robert Henry. In James l. Wright Avill offer at Public Sale the Fann the late h m a right six Miles Southwest Connersville tuesday november 24,1885 some horses cattle hogs Corn in the Field oals Hay farm implements and other articles too imm Erous to men tion. Every person who two a ears ago. Heard . Hedley s quot Sunnyside life quot will certainly be hand next monday night. It is quite probable that smallpox will be i prevalent in this county be fore Spring. Our county health offi cers have issued an order for All per sons to be vaccinated and it is import fint that it should be done. Or. Smo quot Ley has secured a Fine lot both Bovine and humanized virus which is fresh and pure. Those calling Early can have their Choice. All vaccinations should be attended to before december. No marriage licenses have been is sued during the past week. Tenderloins Are Selling in this mar get at fifteen cents per Pound. Get your lunch at Mulheeren s. Nov4m4 attend the revival meetings at the Christian Church. It will do you. Good. Where will the Post office be located under the new regime is a i vestion asked by Many. Three Hundred persons attended the m. E. Sunday school last Sabbath collection $3.16. Miss Laura Pepper is one the soloists for the chorus festival concert november 19. The attendance at the presbyterian sunday school last Sabbath was 200, and the collection $3.48. We will open out a Une Holiday goods about december 1. 22t2 l b. Voting some our promo sent musicians and recitation its will assist in a concert at Fayetteville november 27. Misses Ella and May Johnson it. Wayne returned last monday after a Brief visit to their parents. The teachers the presbyterian so nday school met at the residence Rev. T. H. Hench last monday evening. Renner is Headquarters for oysters. You get the oysters acid can water them yourself. 21t3 e. Dwight Johnson will Render two numbers the program at the chorus festival concert quot november 19, vocal and instrumental. Will l. Swift Mason amp Morgan s combination spent sunday in the City the guest his Uncle B. Johnson the Valley depot. Good judges smoke quot Pusher quot Cigar. Quot offensively partisan quot major Ross gives Ivay to the Man with offensive morals. The better class democrats Are not proud the change. J. B. Miller business manager the Indianapolis Herald visited relatives and friends in this City and county saturday sunday and monday. Oysters in the Best style at Schoen Holitz amp Friedgen s City bakery and lunch rooms. Tom Shaw has lately built a handsome Stone Wall about his premises East third Street and is otherwise substantially improving the same. Major Calkins Indianapolis will deliver his splendid lecture the quot Battle Shiloh quot for the Benefit the grand army Post in this City at an Early Date. Before buying j our Christmas presents Call and see our line. 22i2 . The Mammoth new Ware room building the Connersville furniture factory was completed and turned Over to the company by Downs ready amp co., last saturday. Quot who was St. Peter St. Peter and the papacy quot constitutes the subject a lecture by . Morgan in Trinity Church next sunday evening services beginning at 7 clock. returned from his Southern trip monday evening quot the Connersville building and loan association is in a flourishing condition. Tie very Best pickles the Narket affords at Gipes for 5 cents per dozen. The subject the Sermon at the m. E. Church next Sabbath evening will be quot the Power the John Payton living a few Miles East the City died monday evening and will be buried at Springersville to Day. Prof. J. L. Rippetoe the City schools attended a convention school superintendents at Richmond thursday and Friday. The Best Stock ladies and children s rubber Gossamer is at Shera amp Mcintosh a will Whitaker is quite a Genius. He has just completed two commodious new Corn cribs . Vance s Western Avenue premises. Fred Jackson has sold his property in East Connersville to a mrs. Plum Mer and will remove with his family to Tennessee at an Early Day. For rent a hons containing six rooms. For particulars Call B. Sanders. Nov4i2 a baby daughter . And mrs. J. P. Kerr died at Sorrento fla., the. 20th october. The parents have a Host sympathizers in this City. Jonathan Williams has rented the property mrs. C. D. Smith West fourth Street and will occupy the same during the absence that lady and her family in the South. The Best bread in the City at mul Heeren s. Aov4m4 the Sale by Chas. R. Williams administrator the owned by the late win Scott and located North Eastern Avenue will fake place at the court House saturday november 21,1885. Rev. T. H. Elench will hold communion services in the presbyterian Church at Arlington ind., next sunday and his place in this City will be filled by Rev. A. D. , d. A the Miami University at Oxford. The Best Tea in town at Gipes for 60 cents a Pound. The Beso vinegar keep ii Eckles Marl Jet Leonard amp co s will serve his rest Steps next saturday the 22nd. Headquarters for tie finest flt jut both foreign and Domestic in the City. Call and see me As i handle nothing but the Best goods in tie Market. Manufacturer candies and Snow Flakk bread. Fancy cakes to order. Fifth Street near Andre s opera House Connersville ind. Mchl3 p b. Morgan m.d., Homeopath is. Office hours Rawl s Block 8 to 10 . Ijo 3 i a. I Conners Ille ind. Special attention Given to the treatment chronic Disea-sfs.__augl2m.3 George b. Chitwood physician and surgeon. Will attend promptly to al Calls. Obice at residence Milton Pike Between eighth Innon Milton and ninth streets. V. H. Gregg. S. N. Hamilton drs. Gregg amp Hamilton. Office Over piimceclothin.2 store 421 Centra ave nne. Conic i Vilic ind jail Money Long Limo seen re to v. Sash eiss loan ageny. 1 it a i in -il,1 00 and upward per cent., first North Inge Jinil d k. Fox Vall physics an and surgeon. Of acc in Klock court Street , . Lii i Lair quot tin Fiill. Jan 5he a glib Aro filled direct by the p 17 sip without lifting Tho can a the filling tube adjusting t suit height any lamp. This is the most practical family can Ever offered to Tho Public. Or. William to. Mcmachen late Buffalo n. Y., Olio located in this City few months ago and opened an office for the practice Medicine has gone from our gaze and to get a aunts a Liili knew him once will probably Liubow him no More forever. He did not Stop to say Good Bye. T. L. Griffis s Sale handsome cloaks still continues. The Low prices Good goods buyers from All our surrounding counties. The women s Home missionary society them. E. Church will meet at the residence mrs. . Dickson s Rilay afternoon at 3 clock. This will be an important meeting and All members Are requested to be present. Mattie a. Enyart recording Secretary. Titis week to l. Griffis will open a Fine line latest style dress goods fresh from the East at very Low prices. Come and see them. The common Council met in special session thursday evening alien the committee accounts reported in favor Alio Daniels garbage gatherer "$71.14. A warrant was ordered drawn in his favor Abr that amount and an ordinance was adopted fixing the tax Levy for the year 1885, at ninety cents each $100 valuation. Charles Lair Alquina has about 10,000 pure Germau Carp from one to three inches in length for Sale at $1 per Hundred. Of while in Liis City to officiate at the funeral services his old Friend a. B. Conwell last thursday Rev. A k. Pye Shelbyville paid a Friendly visit to this office. This eminently Christian gentleman still retains a warm place in the affections a Host Connersville friends. No minister Ever Laboured in this Field who stands higher in the estimation All classes than . J. K. Pye. We Are glad to note that lie is in Good health and prosperous. L b. Young is receiving new Holiday goods daily. 22t2 the attention the City authorities is called to the condition fourth Street at the crossing the Valley Railroad. The tracks appear to be Low at that Point and every time it Rains a Pool water stands there rendering the thoroughfare almost impassible. Besides this there is no walk either Side the Street for a considerable distance and the is intolerable except in dry weather when the ground is Frozen. The Raik Road tracks should be raised and Stone Crossings should be put in. Stable and barn to let. Inquire at the s. W. Cor. Of Central ave. And third St. The Connersville furniture factory people have contracted with Downs ready amp co for the Bitil Ding a commodious new Oil room and for a Bridge to connect their factory buildings. The stockholders the fair grounds Are having a plat the same and will other it for Sale in town lots at an Early Date. A Large number dwelling houses will be built the premises next season. We will have Many new novelties in our lio Liday goods. 22i2 i. B. Young. Jim Mcintosh and miss Hortense Riley attended a Home Talent musical concert at Brookville evening and Are visiting among Brookville friends to Day. Tennie is quite a a Voi ite among the Franklin county Young people. New boucle cloths pretty and so stylish in the East now open at Griffis s. Sale seats for chorus festival concert will commence to Morrow morning november 12, at 8. O clock at i. B. Young s Book store. The indications Are that the entire seating capacity the Church will be taken in a Short time. Try one Rennei s five cent loaves bread. It is no. 1, and in size to suit the times. 21t3 the Mammoth Corn cribs i. P Wilson near the Valley and c., h. Amp i. Depots in this City which Piave been standing fire for some time account the lumber not coming promptly Are now almost completed and . Wilson will be buying Anc shipping Corn in Lai go quantities at an Early Date. Red blankets at Shera amp Mclntosh s. Mrs. C. D. Smith and daughters Laura and Delia accompanied by. Miss Ida Kimball Dayton o., will the ministerial Institute the con leave Cincinnati next saturday even Nerville District s. E. Indiana Confer ing the Steamer new Mary Hus enee m. E. Church will be held in ton for Natchez miss., where they this City next Monda tuesday and will spend the Winter with relatives wednesday. Local preachers Are in that they May have a pleasant tri cited to participate in the discussions and a delightful visit is theve so upwards Eyer tfx in Fly should have a in. Mahlic attuned no dropping Gil the floored table no faucet to leak get knocked open to Vlasto contents cause . No corks to lose. Closes perfectly air tight Iio leakage no Abaci utely Safe. A Unive Siil House old necessity. Or Sale by All Uve dealers. Ask for this can. Insist having it. Take he kor for Sale by e. . Septet is being a regular graduate one the Best medical colleges ind Liou Linig extra certificates skill from the largest Hospital w new York considers lie is not Intro g by announce in to Trio Good people Here that he treats according to tio latest scientific researches and with Mie Best Success the following dyspepsia in All its form bronchitis coughs rheumatism headache deafness sore eyes Schoula diary Sioea ulcers and All other cd Rajie diseases Peculiar to our race. He is Able to guarantee cures in venereal troubles. He also holds certify cats As can be seen in office extra knowledge in determining and treating All diseases Peculiar to females. A. Full line examining and determining instruments kept in office. Asking Pardon the strictly ethical physicians he subscribes himself to to All. Boys suits from $2 and at Holberg s. Horace Bourne and Mother East Connersville leave next tuesday a Short visit to their old Home in lib erty and from that Point they go los Angeles cai., where they i make their future Home. The times joins a Host their friends in the Community in the wish that they May find the Golden state a pleasant and profitable place abode. While old a quot High lonesome quot one evening last week a Connersville Young Man crawled into quot a far Wagon at the court House rack avoid the policy a and Tell asleep. Ashen he awoke the owner the Wagon had hauled him a considerable distance beyond Beesons station and the Sun was just peeping Over the Eastern horizon when he got Back Home. We by the Best flour and Are bound to have the Best bread. J. Mulheeren. Uov4m4 last monday evening the congregation the presbyterian Church gathered at the residence their pastor. Rev. T. Ii. Hench to spend an evening in social Intercourse livery room in the House was filled and As soon As order was commanded f. M. Roots in behalf the Church and congregation presented . And mrs. Hench an elegant easy chair and t. H. Johnson in behalf the choir a Beautiful Silver celery service. A committee ladies then served refreshments and a most delis it Fol the series revival meetings at the Cliris Tian Church Are still going and the attendance and interest Are growing nightly. Eld. Ira j. Chase the evangelist in charge is a forcible Antl pleasing pulpit orator. Don t fail to go out and hear him. Williams s Apple depot three doors East Andre s opera House has in Stock 4,500 bushels Choice apples and fifty barrels pure Apple cider and vinegar All at lowest prices. Nov4t3 the acid tion to Monk amp Roberts s factory building is rapidly nearing completion. These gentlemen have experienced remarkable business Success and they Are getting things in the most convenient Ancl pleasing shape about them. They never do things by halves. The greatest Triumph the age our new Brand try one. Pfafflin amp ready manufacturers Lewis Harris Indianapolis Deputy District master the coloured Odd Fellows was in the City last week looking after the financial affairs the subordinate Lodge and fount everything All right. This growing Young society will install new officers next tuesday evening. Good farm near Connersville for Sale. Call Ross Tyner. Of the remains seven deceased soldiers buried in the City cemetery have been disinterred by the g. A. R. Post and buried in the tastefully arranged grounds that organization. The remains George p. Kelly Are among j evening avas spent All going to their the number and we Are informed Homes feeling that the already Strong that he looked As natural As life when ties existing Between pastor and peo interred. Pie were stronger than Ever. Us office two doors North Rostof lice and directly opposite the court House at Connersville ind. N office open from 9 to 12 a.sr., and from 3 to 6 and 7 to 8 i . All Calls promptly attended to. Oct21 Rice pet l ion to sell real is l al e. William l. Alexander administrator with the will annexed the estate James Lister deceased is. Tane Lister it a i. In tiie Fayette circuit court Fayette county Indiana december term 1885. Cause no 3016. To George w. Lister Elizabeth Stewart Charles t. Stewart and Madison Lister you Are hereby notified that the above named Petitioner As administrator the estate , has filed in the , circuit court Fayette county Indiana a petition making you defendants thereto and praying therein for an order and decree said court authorizing the Sale certain real estate belonging to the estate said decedent and in said petition described to make assets for the payment the debts and liabilities said estate and that said petition so filed and pending is set for hearing in said circuit court at the court House in Connersville. Indiana the eighteenth judicial Day the december term 1ss5, said court the same being the 2nd Day january. 1s86. Witness the clerk and Seal said court this both Day november 188.5. . A Thomas m. Little novel cleric Fayette circuit court. A dentist Elerior work in All kinds dentistry w. Corner fifth Street and Central Avenue. Marchi

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