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Crawfordsville Daily Dispatch (Newspaper) - November 1, 1887, Crawfordsville, Indiana Boston store the Boston store is the place to buy ladies misses and gents underwear. We have a full line of Jersey garments for ladies lower than Ever known before. Men s All Wool very much below regular value. These goods Are All new clean and warranted As recommended. Come and see . F. Mcclure Eodie Svilich room112 North Green Street. The pantry has on hand the finest assortment of Tea in the cily and an invitation is extended to All lovers of Good Tea to Call and Sample their t. Try our famous to cent to you cannot find it for 75 cents elsewhere in the City. Dressed Cmickens and turkeys can always be had at the pantry in fact we make a speak pity of country produce and can save you 25 per cent Over any other Skore in town. We have on hand a Large Stock of canned and bottled goods which will be sold at Llinat will astonish you. See us for canned goods by the Case for was dying. Short items. Mention of matters and things of intbee8t. Short items for Tho Kera umant of our Reader after supper. A the sidewalk in front of Gen. Alanson s property on Green Street is in very bad condition. A Mish amp Whittaker arc putting in their Patent mouldering in the Miller Block Putter to Day. A the Large Beech tree in the Campus in i front of Forest Hall has been car Down. It your year s use and we guarantee to save 10 per cent Over any one. The tres Liest of butter and egts always of hand. The on v place you can find tic celebrated c rown Prince flour. At the the City. To Day s at atelier lie port. For India Imp fair weather warmer. The Toup Creaturo As taken Liv k. K. Krout at Liroi dirt front Tinus Durini Nikii Dieter if you Are hungry Call and get a lunch at Hopkins amp Anderson s lunch room. Hot Coffee soup and Oyster stews at All hours. We also keep a full line of cigars tobacco pies cakes and bread. Fine candles and fruits oranges grapes Lemons apples Home Imade candies Don t forget to Call and see kiss amp .1. 1 i of 1it. Oct. Oct a. Of t got 7us. It k t f oct lit. Oct 11 oct pc. Oct id. Act most i quot. Oct. I let 17i it it. Oct a i. Oct -.1. Let la. Quot. Oct. Oct. Oct. I let. I oct. I a. a of. Nov Ilio Dar from Green s ther-7 in. U Ilio Dar from Green s ther-7 in. U to it of 4u 74 rk5 �?�1� w .55 16 re 52 j quot a i ski a j 74 a a i >0 7i i Fil 47 �?�10 51 air it i 43, 54 �7 to i 41 17 Oil i 17 47 10 til 41 12 42 37 a 21 4� a a st 4�w ."5 i j7 1 a Jim a i 2 a its j 1 40 4- 45 2ii 41 y 1 quot 51 29 5l> us skirt cd. G a s o t. Ine . John la Sisior i a Connich i a Trio gallon barrel. Cash Fry a i e a . I t fat a a Fol Lnu 1 m. R. Honnis i in Tavani. t iii. A a quot of m w. H Sci �,.-. I. a but a. A thu i i a a in v. I i i a a itch met n str. in Lic Nib i nil from thi a if Vil. I. . T. Ridge High. Ken win h h pm a a a for cot�?�c., it virus. To tin Ilc la. Robt. A f a. d Ltd her �.�when. Mtg in Arnith quot cd a la try air y. A us two Bor we if mis a Arn also a it mer tic ukr by i dior when j a a a Gran ,. . . I a i. A a -.v.- 11 in it Mai a a it Ottic \ to want a Nice cheap and l of n a Rit Iino Lut pants. Over Coats vests. We mean what Call my see for we Siv a Sci is. H of i l.,- r. A. Í1-. . A a Sib. I a Minny. b a. A 1 i a to a nit. L Hon cwt Law ii in a. to. For i it fou i5knt a k a a pm la at . Swisk a of .1 in st iii .iin- uii. Fun j a what to teach the children. I in a is to. Tic �le>t�0h is a ked we the chi Dre a among t be v Hev a u a be trip get arc to Tench to a cd i to a a to everybody. Huc i i their doing Riun Tuni ii quot Inch quot ii a us of no if. And hts quot. Huva a pc Irani Ort Aiu Asau al get. Of a a. A # no i kit i air it . 1 a. I. He is. I Orali. Row Sal a.�.riii� a a vr5 a is i a a i lib Ort s Bak it. s. A Ach their. -.�m-. quot Nav older a Poun a us. Ostir on ,. In x. A a ,.- a. I iii a i. A i Tistl per its. I at us. Hros. To nov an j the it Ceric it ask a i As at .v Corc. Cohe c and p a n sts. lint be Brot Liers very lowest prices on to is 11 1 7 x Muso iii it Lei to Rio. Terc i. U Stati do i co in of the .>.wfor.isv a t . No. 40, al their Haith oven al o clock Shari. m. Ducj ret it. Frakl Alex. C. Mahorney of e i a u e e. Of cd re in will. A Hilli Street. Kit smile. A of 24 n coins. Has .s? till inuit a e h ers in Ril at .ore musical the Loi. Of a i there ii n l re Best b in t Atkinson amp co., a t Colu be Street 3rll o c e Riel is j crinit.-, Nikii for a tir of produce. A by haul. Act 1� at work orpanizt2i a it Bai d it this City. It Ivil Huibers All of cur besi Musi with Success Nih Sere of Oil May be exp to tel ave a rival i f cd i Ore quot a . Irdy Villa has agent thaa i Skaliy Falls to a of her in the West Aid son in two cannot have the e state. John Newkirk Kri hts in ii coi Luble into it twin Eye iii. Newkirk a citizen of a Hartsburg is min ii fuse live from Justice. Wilile to lived in the he Bennie Fiir ored of miss Callie i Turk and made Lier a..os-u of u Irria Iio which was accepted j i even went so far As to ask Lier father s cons gut to to Weir Carriato which was granted in Deritis Promise he seduced her. Prop auctions were made for the marriage but John changed mind and concluded not to redeem the pledges to Tiad made and left at the same time the and the wicked life coming to this City. Mis Stirk commenced Bastardy proceed Siiss against and lii.1t saturday he was arrested and Bro Ugnit before Jusi Ico Ramsey where he was Jih iced under a Bond off a for appear unce yesterday for trial. He tii ought he Louii i be Bond and a Dittimus wins made out and placed in the hands of William a Whinna Willii orders to put in jail in Case he f filed to iia Bond. Lie Wui aware of the of dict that he could not give the necessary Security Sut Luik Ai iii very peaceably by tic Side of the Constable until they were out of the crowd when he turned to the of ulcer and with a vicious oath said quot if you try to i it Ine in jail i la Kili you quot at the same time displaying a wicked look iii Jun. That set to d it. Newkirk Backe i quot it gradually until out of reach and then run. Fie has not been a Caird of since quot i the Young lady in the Case and her friends a Pearl for the were not meet. From parties who know Newkirk it is Learned that he Isa slugger. Not till k. A a marriage License was issued saturday eve comp to John a Linville and Anna my Lamm. A the Sale of the Junction hotel by Ben Dowden to some resident of Warsaw has fallen through. A a. F. Royar has purchased the interest of partner Chris Mccune in the ten Teitt store and will continue the business. A a Coujil of Brick layers employed at the new boiler House got into a Jolly Row and Ono of them caught a Brick Bat on of trontis to Day. A the ladies of st. John s Industrial will meet at the Home of mrs. Volney q. Irwin wednesday. Nov. 2, at o clock p. A full attendance is requested. A spectacles Are now getting to be the proper thing. All the girls Are taking to them. Siwiec tables there Ioro maybe said to be the latest society quot fad a the plasterers Are at work of the new Extension to the store of Barnhill amp Reagan. A Hub completed they will have the most extensive skylight in the pity. A lost a lady s Gold Cuit Button last night gome where of Pike Street Between the Baptist Church and the residence of j. N. Smith. Finder please leave Ai this office. A Rev. E. R. Johnson preaches every two weeks morning and evening at potato Creek Church. He reports the congregation at that place Largo and enthusiastic and constantly growing. A John Goben was allowed to take peaceable Possession of the auditor s of Bce ibis morning receiving the keys from the retiring oficial j. H. Wasion. Those who Camo to the City this morning expecting to witness a hand to hand combat were deceived. By false alarms. A Frankfort news capt. Southard will soon Issue a Call to grand army men to meet for the purpose of devising ways and moans whereby the District reunion which is to be held Here next year May be a Success. The meeting should be largely attended and what you have to say say it. It takes Money and lots of hard work to conduct a reunion successfully and capt. Southard As a a resident of the ninth District Veteran association expects both and he has a right to. Tue cerk3iont. An additional list of Liose Avo Ugo Patent iii it tial glue. In our directory of places where matrimonial giant glue is kept and of those who use it in an artistic manner we omitted several parties unintentional however. Among those omitted was our old Friend Rev e. R. Johnson. Now if there is any Man in the world whose knots stick any better than those tied by . Johnson we do not know where to find . He is always ready and willing to perform the ceremony and never questions your religious Bellet though he is himself an ardent methodist. Rev. J. A. Johnston is quite a favorite and the Young people who Call upon Bim will find obliging and ready to tie them up with neatness and dispatch. Rev. Hugh Mccalip is another. His belief is that of a Baptist but Bis ceremony Sticks like Spalding glue. His residence is on South Walnut Street Corner of Chestnut Rev a m. Snyder though a new arrival in our City has already attracted the notice of those who Are seeking a Parson. He is a Clever pleasant gentleman of the United Brethren Faith. Elder William h. Darnell belongs to the old school of Baptist preachers and has married several Hundred couples. He performs the ceremony with an ease and Grace Only acquired by Long experience. However any one of these mentioned can tie the knot sufficiently tight for All practical purposes for those who intend to marry for Good. Those whose natures Are so warped and crooked that they can Seo no Good in anything and must be quarrelling would seek the divorce court even though the ceremony had been pronounced by a Pope Cardinal. They arc quot not built that Way quot and would not stick of any terms Tiik City Council. The treading dry goods House the Trade Palace. The Hub of the dry goods Market in this City and head Quarter for All. New dress goods new millinery new flannels new blankets and lots else received nearly every Day. Come to the front the cheapest place to buy the Best dry Good millinery carpets flannels etc., in this City. A the Keport Clr Cul a ted in certain a Junr ters As 1� Goben Aud tie Bond. Tile report circulated yesterday in que driers that Tho Board of commissioners iii id refused to Settle with John Goben is fatso. The truth is Guoben s came to the i prosecuting attorney and offered to Settle on a basis of ten eleven thousand Lomars with the in Case the Irlam of the cause resulted in finding Itiat sum too Large it returned to Gober by the county. I prosecutor Anderson loot titi after dinner to s adv of the matter. He then informed the opposite Counse i Tai Itchey Kouki Settle Orsu a a i provided the cases now in court were tried by the court i id not by a jury. There was some aii jul terms but tonal in tiie Attori is Are., d that Goben should pay a. They then attend pc it raise the luxury and failed. The Board did not refuse to Settle and the Setti meat not Mikie lor the Rea son that the Money could not by secured. Day s Devil try. Tie Cane of the Little Whitecotton child even worse Thau was expected. Yesterday we noticed the fact that an attempt had been made by one reason b. Day to violate the person of a Small daughter of George Whitecotton who resides in Hughes addition near the i., b. Amp w. Railway. Day is a Man of probably 50 years of age with Iron Gray Beard. He had been boarding at Whitecotton s for some time and was generally regarded As harmless. Saturday mkt the parents came to the City to make some purchases and left the children with Day until they returned. During their absence the assault was made upon the Little girl. She fought viciously but he overpowered her and completed hellish design. He then informed her and the other child that did they toil their parents to Woald kill them. The children made their escape from the House Aud stayed of the common and Railroad until their parents returned. It was noticed that the Little girl was weak and moved about with difficulty. It was finally ascertained from her Bloddy clothing what had happened. Her father lost no time in pounding the head of Day into a Jelly. He then escorted the villainous old whelp to the a b. Amp w. Depot purchased a ticket to Indianapolis and told he would kill if he came Back. Day got off of the train at Mace and came Back to file an Hal Davit against Whitecotton. The beating was a most righteous act and had White Cotton killed the Public would have said amen the father is not to to blamed for not desiring child brought before Trio courts but some one of friends us a painted with the facts should have the old Hyena arrested and i laced in jail. The Law of Indiana does not Deal with Aach Fellows in the a proper manner. The penalty is not Savige eur our. The Law of the shot gun to More Salish Victory with Hoai ids of Day s description. Hallow k in. A very Nusl Ness like so a Sion of the dad s last night. The City Council met in regular session la st night and transacted the following bus in Ess sidewalks were ordered iia As of rows North Side of North Street from Walnut to Grant Avenue in st Side of Green to Alley Between Pike and main South Side of Mill Gan from Wabash West. The a. A a c. Hallways right of Vray was ordered Gravelled and the gutters on the West Side of Walnut streets Boul dered. The Street commissioner reported a Large amount of work done on the streets . Ashley As councilman from the second Ward was accepted. An election to fill the vacancies existing in the Council was ordered for the Lith of i it of. John Kern was appointed inspector Mike Kelley and Joe Fisher judges we Reeves and w. clerks in the second Ward. John Kascy inspector Alvon fuck Worth and we. Honiley judges w. B. Ramey Aud John Carroll clerks in first Ward. The treasurer reported a balance of il0.ii-in the Treasury receipts Sli,.ssu 5. I. Sidewalk was ordered constructed in front of the a. E. Church on North Street. The Bridge on Wabash Revenue was reported unsafe by the Engineer Aud ordered close to travel. The memorial committee it sorted the following on the life of the late Alvon Romin Ger quot . Rominger was a native born resident of this City. A years of patient and Active Industry he had built up ii useful and satisfactory business thereby aiding and giving employment to Manv of its citizens. When constituents of the first Ward sent to this 1 Council As their , he faithfully represented them and was careful of their interests and the interest of the City and its citizens. Honest upright and out spoken in opinions and beliefs he was yet kind and indulgent. In Charity he was not wanting and the poor of the City have much cause to ret Tret death. Movements of people. Roini insane. Dave Wray adjudge to in aide and will be committed to the Asylum. A commission de lunacy was held Yetter any la David Wray and he was found to be . Helsa Complete mental wreck. And if not Coutz Ned would be dangerous. His a Ines a runs to vicious less. He wih be Timken to the Asylum and it is log a i of quot a he Psi >cured. A pc also have connect in our a Rake by Wick s store. Will ill let a Fred it inv Pir a Fth div. Jumped Pond. Kev. J. H. Siddi ili Fornirly having a ii acc at i add i and potato Creek in Titis county. In. I who was arrested at Keats and Mission of a co mined in the it Viper county Jaii. Did not Ipp in in to Ansue to the charge at the recent term of the Newton circuit court where up. �1 a it ond was declared Fofe lied that total amount of Bond . With Hela Kent Kentland and the juries. The quot Jerk in the presence of jury Coin mis Iio ners m in a an and Brown Drew the follow Ini name it from the Box of gentlemen who will act As jurors at the november term of court jct. Al ii Annh 1. Curtis George k. Foust John Harding of Dizion Dault a Merrill of Wayne Nali Paulel Booher of Franklin James of Harris Walnut. I Juke. Win. H Darnell Warrend vols ., Tho Catterlin Abner p Finoch of Union Samuel p. Paddock of w. I Follette of Franklin James a. Mcclure Jesse m. Owler Manoah Brown of Coal Creek James Gilkey. Of a Plep John b Petrey of Clark James Davis of Brown. How it was observed in this City list night the proceedings varied. The festival of All Hallow Ilen was observed a this City last night by All classes Aud in All styles. Any triste from the cultivated to like depraved could be gratified. Many Young ladies a Clit open House and entertained their friends who called during i the evening in a Hap by manner. The sir eels were Given up to hilarious Ness. The 1 crowd composed largely of the Hood Luai element of the City and very disgraceful indeed were their actions. There were some respectable ladies in mask on the streets during the earlier part of the even ing but they soon abandoned the Field which was at once occupied by men boys and the Demi Monde every one of whom in the City were out. Such performances Are not calculated to Honor of the Celebration of All saints eve. The harmless amusements of indoors should be encourage Ltd but the spirit of hoodlum ism which was abroad last night should be stamped out at once less let the festival be passed by those who respect themselves. There was but Little damage to property the damage in this Case being simply the damage of Eil associations. Red Townsley went to Chicago to Day. A Isaac m. Vance will act As Deputy auditor. A Walter is now clerking lor o. B. Arms. A Cgeorge Waters and wife of Farmer s Institute Are in the Clov. A Rev. A Mcnutt Rode Over from Indianapolis to Day on Hlaj Cle. A >1, s. Hopper of the perfection chair company Indianapolis was la the City today. A Captain Hartman the quot saved puddle and hallelujah wife will be Here in a few Days a Parke k Temple of the Bloomington 111., Eye is in the Citron business connected with paper. Al rank Snyder has been at Cincinnati making arrangements for the manufacture and Sale of Nanon a. A. Watson of the a. N. A. A. Railway will remove family from new Albany to this City this week. Mrs Dick Benson left last night for Gin Cini Natl where her a Crenco ii required in settling up her father s estate. A a. Brookshire spent sunday at Ladoga with wife who u quite in at the residence of her father j. Harshbarger. A Gen. and mrs. . Morgan Are at a Liua Ohio attend ing the funeral of a brother who died Friday evening. A . Montague will establish a Central Lica quarters at Indianapolis in the near future for the Sale of Nanon in this state. A w. J. Equi of Toronto Canada a by cycler of some note is la the City for a few weeks stay visiting the family of James Birch. A Rev. J. P. A plug went to Ripley Ohio today to perform the marriage ceremony for a Coujil of old parishioners. He will also preach �1 that place next sunday. The Lew proprietor. I have bought the Fulton Market of c. E. Crane and having spent several years As clerk in this establishment under former proprietors feel justified in saying that i know How to Cater to the wants of the people. I invite All my old friends to Call. I shall keep up the Stock and will Tidd to it All the novelties and delicacies of the season making a specially of fruits nuts and oysters. J a m la s Meg i l l i a e d. Keep sea Oyster House Patterson amp Hammond proprietors. The Best place in the City to get a clean meal of the Best that the mar. Ket affords. The proprietors Are both old and ii verite Cooks and prepare meals to a Queen s taste. They handle the Best brands of oysters in the City. Serve meals and lunch at All hours Day night. The neatest and cleanest place in the City. Banquets and private suppers a specially. The Acme Woyeki wire mattress manufactured by j. Macy Crawfordsville Laid. With Cumberland amp Harter. H8 West main Street. The two grocery stores of Mcclure amp Malsbury Are known As time twin grocery stores. They Are As popular in the East end As twin babies. They can duplicate Bills sold by any firm in the City. The goods Are ail fresh and Are delivered free. What you fail to find Down town can be found at the twin stores of Mcclure amp Malsbury Corker Market and Morgan streets it Aud near Vandalia depot. A Weeing burned. The dwelling of Boswell Clough near Elmdale was destroyed by Giro on last saturday. It was insured for $1,300 in the Ohio Farmers insurance company of Day Ion. Indian u of is Bondsmen. Quot i 1 it is Cliuned thut the non appear Ince of Sid quot quot a Wadu. To the aet he had received i thursday evening. Nor. 3. The Ladin of letters of the reeling against the second Section of the m. E. Church will in Ken kind. Outliers Olaitan that if he serve refreshments from 5 p. To s p. M., recorder s office do it ads and Mort Aires Caref Ouy drawn of. Money to loan and abstracts of title made on beast table Termi. Johnson amp Webster i re Cervtti letters they were written by friends with Connivance in order to afford ult a pretext for jumping Bond the in store booming. Binford Sells the Only hot soda in the City. Consisting of scalloped oysters cold Ham cake Coffee Tea etc., All for 15 cents. All Are cordially invited to attend. See the great bargains in Woolen goods the Vicic store. At a write up. Parke Temple of blooms ton hi., is in the Eity for a few Days in the interest of the sunday Eye it of that City which paper will be placed on Sale at our news depots. Next sunday it will contain a write up of our town and its business interests. Buy a copy and see what strangers think of us. Off for the pen. Yesterday afternoon Warner Wilhite and tuck Cox took Wesley Philips to the Northern prison where he will serve a term of four years. Ward meeting the republicans of the first Ward will meet in mass convention in the Small court room on thursday november 3, 1ss7, at 7 w p. Tn., to select a candidate for councilman to fill the vacancy caused by the death of Alvin Rominger. Broker of committee. Ward meeting. The republicans of the second Ward will meet in mass convention in the mayor s office on thursday november 3, at 7 30 p. M., to select a candidate for councilmen to fill the vacancy caused by the Ritsi fration of Warren Ashley. By order of committee. Being More pleasant to the taste More acceptable to the Tom Ach and More beneficial in its action the Fanions California liquid fruit remedy syrup of figs is rapidly superseding All others. Try it. Zarse bottles for Sale by Nye amp co. See the Lin of Groveton Betic store. Full line of Patent medicines ancient and modern Good for All the ills that the human family 1� heir to As cheap As the cheapest in the country at the people s drug store. Goods never sold so cheap As they Are sell Ini at the 10c store. A Nobby hat for the fall Winter. I have a full line of new and Nobby styles of fall and Winter hats just in. A also a Complete line of gents furnishing goods embracing a variety of extra heavy undershirt and drawers. A full line of collars cuts and neckties and hundreds of novelties for gentlemen. Schweizer the Hatter. The cold and blustering winds of fall and Winter Are about upon us and it is about time that every Man woman and child provide themselves with the necessary clothing and underwear toward off disease and discomfort. Our Stock of clothing and overcoats is More Complete than Ever and for the prices we ask no Man boy need go without. We have a comfortable and Well lighted store making it pleasing and easy for All to do their trading with us. Inspection always very kindly solicited. Eph to al one Price Clothier and Hatter. Don t put off too Long for your overcoats. Swank a Clark have a line line of Over coating which they Are making up at astonishingly Low prices. Call and see them and examine their goods. Fine toilet soaps one Box containing three cakes for 10 cents three boxes for 25 cents at the people s drug store. You area invited to can and seethe latest styles in Iau suiting at Snodgrass amp Murphy s. If you want a Nobby fitting Salt Fine cheap go to Snodgrass Murphy. Hot soda water the new Winter drink Binford s drag store. At mrs. Montague is Headquarters for millinery

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