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Covington Friend (Newspaper) - November 12, 1897, Covington, Indiana The oldest the Best. L eos it to b i apr volume 58. No. 15.the people s Friend. W n. Friend. Established in 1840.Covington, Indiana Friday november 12, 1897. Terms $1.50 per year Coal Creek. I family it is Jei be and converted it into i ii a minuet room. They spread a Fea st of All theorod things that the country the Capito of Wabash township is Visi affords and All that Are acquainted ted and viewed by the Friend Mao. A Vith this part of the country knows Coal a Rcok. Or quot strip ii a it i com Nunnly called. Is a closet to so Ioddy c i Unity. In a id of Fiat if ii Init to Perin Rity def a al it i or thau in thi it arli Cuhrt Init iii wants $10,000 dama6es. Ill . A i Ltd a to of a i Imp. Is he Clit quot of country. Tik a a it annl worn by the Clit ii its for quot y.-ir-. Cd stand As . Iii i afi Ltd of How lot a is rain quot Ali i we to that in the i Tant Cono by. Thi it Placo was a level term to Uki Merk cd Iyih Ean s Dee i. in the Nuit Tiou it of time that which was ont a i it Eais to Ful and errand was chanted int. The Black dirty l of Ivial. That a e Here Fourni Oine Tinie even pro it a it int Bruni the Hill Side. Cual re. K winds its Way throned this piece pm retry. Cd mini to live al in it st forced its w in thru kit the Hills that now Chni it in on either Side Jini cd the add is of Wei Ennic quot to the Early Home seeker. In is d. Samuel i. Sii. Idy purchased the saw and it Rist Mill it it a or. I ier at that time it runs ted it ii a saw Mill and on it get of huh for . In or. Send ditore Uway All i carded thi a apparatus and Ere Raj a Larj a thu Urivi Mili with three runs of a tiers. He a Inee carried quot nun a Tensive Rist tra Peund Mill i known All Over the c in ii. Or. Snoddy or thi to he a to quot quot trading Point and in is i a. a to it a mild near i Quill. In . He put in a Pine Rel to i k. He al-., put Nasti f. I 1 the e a liar in 1 in quot a Dys Mill. H Lin -. And in ii a �1 re i , on a Hilris Hiil. Fhi \ a Che Cia i a. A a 11. I -1 r of i it. A i a quote. A Haim i Rhu a a a Matte , s,., i h my. A h a he a d a Ilia a i quot h. A k. In a a a a it a it a ii let a i a in Sai i that a a a i icon Ai i n at Telimen we a. La Ipi be i 1, quot tul t reel i. Lay i the i. \ v Lien a. A in to rail it a it a Wii t in decreased. A null that there is nothing a omitted in the culinary Deji ailment. There was plenty fur All and to spare even after calling in a Force of men that was work iii the Road of die Well. Tile let Pula it Abby Swank of Richland township sues Daaiel f Lorey for tha above amount. There has l een filed in the circuit court a damage suit. The done to he Dis Jjose i plaintiff is Abby Swank and t he de Uriaus and they did their part pendent is Daniel Florey. Both Resi j dents of Richland township. The of this outburst of the plaint was prepared by Nebeker of e was to mrs. Martin , the Phil Ntilis attorneys it is her forty tilth birthday and so i Type written and covers three sheets of o clock All repaired to the colonial hotel where that kind and Good hos celery had spread a banquet of the most tempting kind and where the companions remained feasting until a past the Midnight hour. Covington chapter Royal Arch masons includes in its All of Southern Fountain an it i Warren counties and Northern Vermillion. I those present from out of the City local paragraphs. Numerous news notes about a lot of people and things in and around the pity briefly mentioned. For school shoes see �3oord. Snag proof overshoes. Best on Earth were tiie Good people to get there the most of us rushed of. In our hurry to get Square meal forgetting to take a Token of remembrance in the Way of a Legal Cap. It is alleged that Daniel Florey placed a Binder of the Public Highway and by reason of this , wrongful and negligent of the de pre ent to Lay up to run and her of this Pendant in placing such Binder of the very plea ant Surprise. I will name a Public Highway the plaintiffs horses Fri ads resent few of till or. Acid mrs. A co. S. Clawson. Mrs. City burned together with All its contents Inch Ling three horses four of a certain sunday in july became frightened and Nin away demolishing Omaretta and daughters al the Carriage and tearing up the . A and Ethel. Or. And mrs. John w. Plaintiff was throw violently from us a in three cows one still and two doth. Or. And mrs. Samuel , the vehicle bruised mangled i quot a quot red bushels of Corn her nervous system was greatly Shock Twenty Ove tons of hav several bushels de her spine was permanently injured a. And she has thereby been rendered a were or. Robert Claypool and Dan j lived of Newt inn or. Sanders of be sure and hear a. W. Conner at Perrysville Robert Miller and Wallace the court House of tuesday evening . Of Wallace we. A. Wright of nov. 10. Mellott James Warrick of William a its the a Foi the Tarket that sport , of Indianapolis or Home und buckwheat flour at Small . 111., and or. Hard Schma i Mcmahon. Ing. Of Crawfordsville. An eight weeks old child of or. And barn by riled mrs. Wilber Little died monday and tuesday evening Tom Rinn s Baru was buried at feeders Jurg thursday situated three Miles of the a. Conner never fails to interest tile boys. Remember he lectures at the court House tuesday evening. U at Eil a let Vii Erth. 1 . In quot quot. 1. A a a ii i i 1 a e time i a a. La. It la a i. Liar a it a tie Lili. 15 it e n. I at it a and lie. The 5 Pulai s u t Here Are of ii a or. Eva . Mrs. Caroline Tharp or. And e Meade. a i Iuie. Or. And mis. Will Wilson or. And mrs. La col Lyons or. And mrs. We. . . Martha Coffing. Ella Meade i la shed. Or. And mrs. Milt Stuart. Or. Acid mrs. We. A. Price re lived. Clarles Hoagland or. And mrs. Am a Smith. Or. And mrs. Sam k Miniie. Mrs. Clara Denton. Or. And mrs. Frank Kee Ltd. Or. And mrs. James Dewlin. Or. An Ltd mrs. We. Wilson or. And mrs. We. Burn Sou. Or. And mrs. Zeigler. Or. And it irs. John Dew Lin. Or. An it i mrs. Samuel Foley or. Lames Martin. Miss Emma Price. Ratti quot Price. Mis Blanch Zeigler miss i a rogue lion iii. Noma Romine. Pearle Wilo i. Mayme Lyons Clara Dowlin a a iii Don Meade. Pearle _�.�?��, Ruth shed. And the names , Tai a ii Ai ter the writer hid Lien a Ahie a11.�?� a liable to-1 and the Triem All. Tler All Sully supplied with the goed eat. We Aili turned to the t i i t Dahl d in tiie a h pre it. It h \ i m al and nine Zilai iii in until Vej a .i-i-.s. Red Nicht had come on i iii i i Arsier t ban usual t Here it ire a id tiie Liot and hostess a fond 1 and wishing mrs. Martin Anjany a birthdays that i might celebrate i eur Bannerwe a a h a it it our Way h tiie to dream of cold nuggets on the Klondike and saudi other things that would be impossible to do. Tidy on similar circumstances. Not. We. H. Martin was chief waiter and the greatest feeder. Mamye Lyons supplied the notes from which this article is written. Osi there. Felt boots Best made see Boord. Cz3 take your beef hides to Marsh s at. The second hand store. Ten Jih Sical wreck and an invalid for life All to her damage in the sum of ten thousand dollars for which amount she demands judgement with costs. Duncan Clarks lady minstrels is an up to Date show in Ever respect. At i Ness and farming simple a the opem House next tuesday night. Ments. A John Vance. Or. Rinns tenant Savoj the Crawfordsville foot Ball team a a he discovered the a re about 0 o clock i a rooters quot spend cites. He passed through the he went to bed Early and a As soon Ain sleeping soundly. He was awakened i i fresh Home ground buckwheat flour for Sale at Schma Mcmahon a boots shoes slippers and Snag proof overshoes at h. J. Bored s. At the opera House tues ii night Duncan Clarks lady minstrels. Dou t miss it. Elder b. F. Daily discoursed from the Christian Church pulpit sunday and sunday night to a Large Aud school teachers and ministers bar making themselves known As such will receive a special discount at j. Lob s stores. Don Adamson the erstwhile reporter of the concluded that he tim get along w without his Mustacs and has had the same removed. Don is handsome with or without his facial ornament. comes to trial. District meeting. Convene in this City december 7. The defendant claims he is not re a the cracking of the timbers and the i school teachers Aud ministers Are is Spon sible for the Accident in anyway. Stamping of the cattle. He hurried out special la invited to Trade at loebs and will be Able to prove it without 11 the Baru but it was already past control Aud the flames were leaping All Over the building. Neighbors soon gathered in and it required their United Effort to save the dwelling House near by. It is unknown How the fire originated. Or. Jiuu was of his via Home from the eighth Fythian District meeting will Kansas and was apprised of his loss while waiting for his train in Danville. He does not think that his barn was i purposely fired. He estimates the loss at about 81.70 it with Tivio insurance which amount he carried in the Continental insurance company. Stores where the Best goods in Fouzy Tail county Are sold. V. E. Live Good has been appointed \ guardian of Blanch Day. He has filed his Bond with a. T. Livengood and w. W. Layton As securities. 1 the local Market. The Grain receipts have been rather Milt Mitchell was taken to Danville on last Friday where he underwent an. Operation at st. Elizabeth Hospital for operation successfully Aud it is thought he will recover. Davy Adkins. Received by the a ther Day a handsome Cane from Chas. Rabb. Guard at the Michigan City prison. The stick was made by one of the life convicts and hence it is prize very highly by or. Adkins. Amer a. W. Connor will deliver a Ous and instructive Lect i ? sub ,.jet of quot Young America s an shoe store is always the to the court House of tuesday evening place to get shoes. Five years up it. A cordial in has proven that h. J. Bood can not be citation is extended to All. Few Tore i id a Collie i i ii of houses. How Ever it 1 a \ Village of pro it Misi a iii Public -<-ho.i-. Churidis. Lodges Ami by ivies be ii. D"hos.,> who Are till tii quot re Are All guide Ziwak it merchant and profession dial men and know what sort of Energy Goe to make up a Lively Community. For in is Ince. There i Tommy Rowell. A d m t m a the genial Clever and accommodating quot quot Flent. Postmaster. Or. A Well served Uncle i Elwell. Deputy auditor met Sam under Harrison s administration. With a very painful Accident on last Aud was re appoint Tel after Mckinley Friday evening. He was standing on was Inauen rating. He carries a Nice line. The sidewalk in front of steely s Saloon of Staple and fancy groceries boots and to a Friend Anil the two Walke it i she s. His experience in by Ines in Over to lean against the building. F.l-ctw4l Creek a period of 17 Viar. Iner placed his Huid on the Windt it a he is Atho Rouch by Ines Man and in and it slipped of Aud went crash Joys a splendid Trade. I inc t through the pane. The Nigger edges another Well kept Ston is that of of tie Glass Cut a severe Gas i on the o Connell s Grik by. Or. John \ on-1 writ. Severing an artery from which Neli the Nuu racer is a while uhe blood spurte.1 out in a Stream. Al Young business Man. And his future Merw is taken Home and a physician ii Surtel. I Lul tily Sun Imone it i who dressed the or j. D. On Hood town hip tru tee wound. To reports or. Elwell was for wait so township i a Clever and jetting al ing nicely but it will be a a Kibular gentleman and eminently dual month or More before he can use his lied for the position. Since assuming Arm to any advantage. His Many his Ottov he has reduced the township it quot a friends deeply regret the Accident Aud debt greatly. The schools Are Well Sun ho5>o fur his Spei by recovery and his plied with teachers and , s Are Early Rei uru to his desk in the auditor s tidal Lodge no. K. Of p. Were i Lueky in securing the eighth annual pythian Distri it t meeting and Are now Boisy preparations f r the same. I Nieset ing ill Cou Cne in this City of tuesday. Dec. 7. And the Jie Ople of a co Viii Tom silo old Cive them a Royal Light f a the past week Lati Little of any Welcome and this of course they will kind Movine except . Which was do for the people of Covington Are Selling at from Jyh to al cents according noted far and Ilea for their hospitality to Quality. Wheat was Strong at l of and an Occa i a of this kind is no sex i for no. 2. Though but Little is being of Copti m. The following programme i feed most of the crop having been sold will be curried out i Oats sold at is to 20c Clover seed a. M. Street pageant 62.7-". There is plenty of Hay Aud Sells a. M. Opening tid in Lodge at for Choice baled. Baled Straw. No. 3t k. Of p. I live Stock was fairly Active. Good shipping cattle Svery Selling at i i to butchers Stock ?2. X to i.3.5t sheep .3c to 4c. Poultry is in fairly Good demand. The prevailing prices for chickens were a a turkeys 7c. Eggs in Good demand at 15c Aud butter brought 15c to 20c. Best has e baled in Quality and Price. Through the Agency of o. S. Douglass county recorder James t. Bell re pm. D. Martin this week sold a 80 ports that there has been Twenty Iive tract of land to Frank Tillotson transfers recorded the Pat week i making a total amount of Itu Atco South eat of the City on tha Duncan Clarks tidy mini Trees Are Plank Road. Or. Tilotson intends to billed for the opera House next tues a remove his family Here some time in Day right. Judging from the Advance the near future. Sale of tickets the show will be Well county clerk Wyand has issued the attended. Following marriage licenses this week or. And Boord very pleas-1 quot quot i l quot and Anna m. Miller Antly entertained a party of friends on i Charles c. Bowling and Dessie West address of Welcome at Castle Hall h. C. Yount. Response. Eie Stanbury. 2 1x3 p. A. Music. Address. P. O. C. Of 111., John a Benedict. Music. Five minute talks will h. Johnston Union b. Hunt. John w. Cronk Dan , Fred Martin d. To. C. K \.music. Exemplification of rank. Contract let. The contract for repairing the Bridge across the River at this place mention of which was made in the Friend last week was let to Ira Boggs. Of Vee it lers Borg the Price iveing four other Bills were Suomi fitted. Viz John Sayers in Kkt brow n pc kit Zebler. Mkt Lafayette Bridge co., ?,d,7.x Mac Damson. ?2. .>7."j. Work will commence at once. Being curtailed All along. Another Enterprise and an Entz Arpris ing citizen we desire to mention is Tom Tiley the Coal Creek Coal King. The writer visited the mine and met the genial Tom As he emerged in m the bowels of the Earth. His Black Aud let a Grimmett face indicated that he had been doing More than setting around looking pleasant. It will be re Merlier de that his Shaft and dump was completely destroyed by fire not Long ago Bat he went to work at once Aud replaced it with a new one and is now getting oat the Best Coal for fuel Aud heating purposes in this Market and at the lowest possible figure. There Are a number of other go ii citizens whom we would like to me Tiou tit space and time forbids. Suffice to say that we Enjo Jred the trip and Are grateful to Nderson Spinks and John h. Redden for favors shown us. Juice. Sir Prisi of iii. Wilile mrs. John 8. Martin living fire Miles North East of Corington was in the Ritj Bojing groceries clothing ac., tor Tom family i Ian a boat six thou bid Petitle taking a Dran tage of her absence and took pome Sion of Thea Job id the der. The follow ing grand Aud Petitt jurors have let eau drawn to serve at the no Mem let term of court which convenes next monday Jerry. John j. Rolt Gers Troy. John f. Dick Logan. We. B. Coffing. Troy. Charles Mitchell Fulton. Wesley Whickar Logan. Ahja Earle Davis. Petit Jar. Harry Glascock Mill Creek. Chas. C. Grimes Jackson. Divit Aldridge Troy. Lindsey Beckelhymer Wabash. George Hushaw Shawnee. Lbert p. Batsides Fulton. Benton Cade Troy. Labrose Crane Van Buren de. R. Samuels Folton. John w. So tester Van Boren. Austin Cooper Cain. James Baird the Best Fine shoes and Snag proof overs see h. J. with Bergdahl 4 Bogen. Important to teachers and ministers. We will give a special discount on All goods purchased by teachers and ministers. J. La it be. Furs wanted at the second hand store. Taken to tie Asif Luton. Wednesday sheriff Scherer took f. Vessels to the Indiana hos-1 Pital for the at Indianapolis. I during Juneau Ltd july mrs. Vessels was treated in Chicago but returned to her Home in Newton very Little if any improved and her hallucinations let a came More apparent until she was a total wreck As far As her mind is concerned. She is the wife of Rev w. G. Vessels a Well known methodist minister. The Many friends of both or. And mrs. Vessels Hope for her speedy and ultimate recovery. Last thurs ii evening at a six o clock dinner. A most enjoyable time is reported by All. All members of Irene Lodge no. 207, d. Of r., Are especially requested to meet at Lodge Hall on wednesday evening of next week is some important business will come before the meeting. Evans amp Marlatt have moved their Barber shop fixtures into the basement under Cooks drug store. These gentlemen Are first class to sorial artists and respectively solicit a continuance of your patronage. Roiani arc masons work and big. On last tuesday evening masons of higher degree assembled in the local Tabernacle for the Parps be of work. A team composed of master masons s. C. Kaufman de Dunlap and j. C. Evans was to the degree of Royal Arch in accordance with the ancient usages of the Craft. The duties of High priest which for so Loany years have been born by or. , were assumed by we. H. Miles and Many compliments were passed upon his first Effort. H. C. Vout who As principal sojourner has guided More than a score Over the rough and logged roads from Babylon to Jerusalem accompanied the present team wad pointed out All places of historical interest and natural Beauty and Long very Long shall the journey remain Green in Timeir memories. At eleven Gold ring with quot Friend quot engraved of inside. Finder please return to this of lace and be liberally rewarded. A party of 15 or 16 , from this place perpetrated a Surprise of mrs. Rose Bowers who lives in Enos neb Eker s farm three Miles from town wednesday. Mrs. Bowers daughters were taken into their Confidence and had an elegant dinner prepared for the assembled guests. The whole afternoon was spent most enjoyable and none had a better time thau the lady of the House. Set of elegant table Linen was left As a souvenir of the occasion. Monday John Dryden and Willie Bolt Niue were loading gravel from a pit South of Ward Bodines residence when the Bauk caved in on them and they were almost buried Neath the dirt. Iuie was knocked Down and his head came in Contact with a Large Bowlder which almost knocked him senseless. With much difficulty he crawled out Aud then commenced to look after his Friend who was almost covered up with dirt and gravel Aud when he was extricated he could hardly walk. His ankle was sprained and he was otherwise badly bruised. He was assisted to his Home Aud has since been unable to leave his bed and it is feared the Accident will Lay him up for several weeks. .\11 of the county offices at the court House Are now lighted by electric lights. It is a needed improvement Aud we Don t blame the various officials for wearing the Broad smiles they do since discarding the old Oil lamps. A Stanley h. Heath Aud Grace n. Bowman Perry Owens and mrs. Mary a Green Frank w. Baldwin and Alta a Dunklebarger. Osborn it Miles have sold their entire a Stock of lumber Sush. Doors Glass Etc. To j. L. Townsley and the same is now being moved to his Yard on Liberty Street Between ath and 5th streets where he has been located in the lumber business for several years. Call and see him when in need of anything in his line. Osborn a Miles will continue in business in the same location handling Wood Coal agricultural implements wagons threshing machinery Etc. Lbert Franklin who is getting out ties and logs for the big four railway company at Leroy iii., was Home Over sunday. To forms us that her has about 4 x acres of first class Timber there were ten of divorces granted at to work up. They Are shipping All their the october term of the Vermillion circuit court. One was dismissed and several were continued. This begins to look us though marriage was a failure sure enough Down in Vermillion county. _ Connie o Brien has opened a tailor shop Over Boyd s grocery store and is prepared to do All kinds of cleaning and Rei airing. He is a first class Workman and guarantees satisfaction. Call and see him. And inspect his full line of Whittaker of Cain township is in jail under four Hundred dollars Boud for his appearance at the next term of the circuit court so it is alleged by miss Anna Snyder a buxom Illinois lass trifled with her affection and under Promise of marriage led her astray. She charges him with being the father of her unborn child and her testimony before Justice Martin yesterday was such As to warrant the Gay and festive being bound Over As herein before stated. Charley Clayton wife Little Niece and Mother in Law mrs. Smith of Ridge farm ii were the guests of or. And mrs. Peter Harman the latter part of last week. Or. Clayton was a former Covington resident but several years ago he moved to Illinois and since then he has been very successful in business and now owns an elegant farm and is getting al a it a Well in the world. His Many old time friends in this county will be and to learn of his Success and Hope for a Tomt Innace of the same. Stuff from Leroy to Indianapolis and cities in the East. Many co Higton boys Are working Over there and will Jive a Winter s Job. Or. Franklin is the sub contractor under or. Williams of this City. He understands the business thoroughly and no better maa could have been secured to superintend the Job. Of Shelby the sell known Farmer lost a valuable Mare on last saturday evening by the quot Wabash flyer Outhet Tow the animal that was killed could clip off a mile in three minutes but it could not out run the passenger train on the Jerk water. Of is not grieving Over the loss at All but John Bunegar has has not been Abla to sleep since the Accident occurred and has shed a tub full of coca Dill tears. Of threatens to turn him off and hire him Over again if he does not Stop his wearing and wailing Over a. Horse that at one time out run a Madi cow through the streets of Covington James Cook late mailing clerk under postmaster Bonnell under the Harrison administration who lost his position by sex congressman Brookshire making Bis place an quot excepted quot to the civil service Law was to Day notified by the authorities at Washington d. 0-, that he had been reinstated the service. Or. Cook will probably take or. Johnson s journal. Or. Cook was the mailing clerk in the office at this place for some time and his Many friends Here will be glad to learn that he has secured his old Job Back again. Chas. E. Booe formerly one of the proprietors of the Friend now a resident of Flemingsburg ky., in a letter has the following to say regarding himself. His Many friends Here will be pleased to learn of his Success quot it is unnecessary for me to Tell Yoa. We have won a glorious Victory in Kentucky and it May interest some of your readers to know that i was re elected to the office of county judge for Motl or term of four years leading my ticket in the honest political Battle old residents say Ever fought in this county. I was accused of the great sin of Baring been bom in Indiana but it Cut not figure in the Kew ii. A a Khi

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