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Delphi Semi Weekly Times (Newspaper) - June 29, 1898, Delphi, Indiana Ite Ter in the by feat of rms a actual Tea Taateo it mme Tom farther to tel it a iter Kra i 1 powder absolutely pure Hovat a Akins poof co., new Vok. <>00-00000-0-00<x? local news. G �00-000-0000000 a bulk Garden seed. All kinds at Lyles 72-tf a done to forget Lyt less is the place for balk Garden seed. 72�?tf a Juite a it Large party of i >1 a Bias will spend the 4th at it it Kidde. John Herr has sold a a the Oak Saloon to James a. Bert Thompson. A photos 50c a dozen next saturday at Barker s oper it House gallery. A Harry Frank of Wheeling w. Va., is in the City today calling on old friends. A Good building Stone for Sale cheap inquire of Titlow Bros. Cottonville. 6-tf a the presbyterians Are contemplating erecting a House of worship in West Delphi. A letters remain uncalled for at Delphi or. C. Eckhart mrs. John Kobel a mrs. S. B. Mccracken of Elkhart is the guest of her father r. L. Higgenbotham. A misses Adeline Cory and Stella me a if e Are in Chicago attending the Kenwood Institute. Or and mrs. Pat Herr and daughter of Huntington Are in the City visiting relatives. A farms of All sizes and kinds for Sale. Some for Trade see we. Col Lina North Side Square. 3tf a miss Lydia Case returns to her Chicago Home tonight. She will be accompanied by miss Alice Kennard a mias Lizzie Corcoran of it. Wayne is now at the m. E. Haisley amp Sisters millinery Tore As trimmer. 9-tf-�?John w is hard and wife of Lancaster county a Are the guests of their cousins or. And mrs. W. F. Sharrer. Be 1. Eversole will leave tomorrow for Kalamazoo mieb., where be ban accepted a position in a Large jewelry store. A the policy Likely to be adopted by a a Teddy Roosevelt and Liis rough riders hereafter will be a a when you see u head hit a mrs. Gartrude Potter Prochaska and Little daughter leave tonight for Chicago on their Way to their Home in Central America. A mrs. Caroline Pigman has arrived from Chicago to visit her son Charles Pigman and her daughter mrs. C. R. Pollard. A miss Daisy Hunter of Chicago As Saleslady and assistant trimmer is now at the mrs. M. E. Haisley amp Sisters millinery store. 9-tf. Camaras Fleet has reached the Entrance of the Suez canal Sampson at the Entrance of Santiago. Ten to one the american will enter first. Miss Elizabeth Corcoran who has been employed by mrs. M. E. Haisley amp si3ter for several months past returned to her Home in it. Wayne today. A Delphi and Carroll county boys Are rejoicing at the probability of a third Call for volunteers As the chances for being called in the event would be Good. A private Dawson of troop a with Roo Seret s rough riders a killed in the Battle near Santiago last Friday. He was formerly a resident of Sheridan. A the local Telephone is now connected by Way of Rossville with Lafayette and Crawfordsville. Oiher lines through the county Are in course of construction. A Delphi merchants have nearly All agreed to close their business houses next monday july 4th. Most of the Delphi people will go to logans port to turn the Eagie Loose a a very interesting and successful musical was held in the m e. Church last evening. The Mot appreciated piece on the program was the dumb Bell Drill which was finely executed. A Rev. Biederwolf of the logans port presbyterian Church a Young minister Well known in Delphi has been appointed and will accept the chaplaincy of the new regiment now forming in Indianapolis. A a stick of dynamite weighing a Pound was found lodged in a Frog at a switch on the Wabash at Wabash a couple of Days ago. Had the stuff exploded under an engine the result May easily be imagined. The company is making a careful investigation of the Case. A Logansport is to have a big fourth of july Celebration this year its citizens have raised a Large sum of Money and the program arranged promises an entertainment that will suit the most fastidious. A big Parade six bands patriotic speeches and i of Worth of fireworks Are the main features. Excursion rates Are furnished on All railroads. A Fred Dunkle oldest son of prof. And mrs. A. W. Dunkle of , formerly of this City is with the rough riders of col. Rozevelt. They were the first to invade Cuba and have seen much fighting already. Fred was in new Mexico for his health when the company was organized and being of patriotic instinct hastened to enlist. Jim Blake a boy of about 14, son of a1 Blake went from Rensselaer to fair Oaks saturday on the Forenoon fast train. The train does not Stop at fair Oaks Ami on arriving there the boy jumped Ort when the train was going something like 35 or 40 Miles an hour. The boy was knocked senseless for about half an hour and his face and Side pretty severely bruised but still he was not seriously injured. It is alleged that when he first struck the ground he bounced 21 Steps before he hit again. Catarrh was my great affliction for a number of years. Doctors did not help me. By a friends advice i began using your medicines and was perfectly cured after taking three bottle of e Attert a j. My spicy 173 Mulberry St Newark n j. Surgical operations prove to be of no value m mrs. Fritz s Case. The Omaha stamp in a few Days postmaster Barnard i will receive a Supply of the trans j Mississippi postage Stamps. The new Issue differs in size from i the Ordinary series the engraved i space being about seven eighths of an Inch wide by one and three eighths inches Long. The designs Are differ ent on each denomination but each is indicative in some Way of the development of the Region beyond the Mississippi River. The scenes and the Borders Are printed from lined engravings on steel executed by the j Bureau of engraving and printing of the Treasury department. The 1-cent denomination contains a design representing father Marquette in a boat on the upper Mississippi preaching to indians. The color is a dark Green. The two j cent Stamps Are a Copper red in color j the design representing a Western j Grain Field with a Long Row of plows at work. An engraving in school crafts history of the Indian tribes representing an Hunting buffaloes is reproduced on the 4-cent Stamps the color being Orange. The design Otheo cent denominations represents the Pathfinder planting the United states Flag on the highest Peak of the Rocky mountains. The color is dark Blue. The 8-cent Stamps reproduce Frederic Remington a drawing a troops guarding train a the color being dark Lilac. The 10-cent series Are coloured and the design snows an Emigrant and his family on the Plains in a Prairie the of cent Stamps represent a prospector with his pack mules in the mountains searching for Gold. The color is j Olive. The �1 Stamps arc Black and reproduce an engraved copy of j. Macwhirter a picture a a Western i attle in a the 2 series the highest denomination snows the Bridge Over the Mississippi at St. Louis the color Light Brown. No trans Mississippi postal cards will be used. Although this series of Stamps will be discontinued dec. 31, they will be available for postage any time afterwards. A i extend my sincere thanks Foi the Good advice you have give me. I do not believe i would be living now if i. Were not for you. I had suffered with of blood for four months and the doctors could help me but Little. They operated on me three Timea. It was very painful and i Only obtained Little Relief. As Long a they worked at me the blood stopped but just As soon As they closed the door it would com Mence to flow again. I was so weak i could not turn in bed. At last my neighbors began to speak of Patent medicines. Then i applied to or Hartman. I did not know whether he could help me or not but i followed his advice and Only used three bottles of Peru a and Man a Lin. Now i am Well and As Strong As i Ever was a a mrs. Margareth Fritz Wilcox okla. Ter. Or. Hartman has recently written a Book entitled a health and the Book is entirely devoted to the ills of women. It should be in the Possession of every women in the land. For a free copy of this Book address or. Hartman Columbus Ohio. Holthouse amp son. Mid summer clearance Sale commencing saturday june"25th. Done to fail to attend this great Sale As everything in in our a Tore is to be sold at Cost. We want to reduce our Stock for fall and have taken pains to offer startling inducements to make people buy. The quantities Are away up out of reach of our competitors. Prices away Down within the reach of we have made these reductions on every shoe in the House and if you want to buy shoes lower than you Ever will again come and see us now. For if you Are familiar with Trade conditions you know that prices will be 40 percent higher next fall than they Are during this Sale at Holthouse 4 son s. Sale begins saturday june 25th. Yours for Good value in footwear. Holthouse amp son. North Side Square Delphi Indiana. Will Gros the jeweler. Still in the Lead with watches clocks and jewelry. Agents for Vive cameras or. Smith appointed he is to be surgeon of the regiment now forming. Or. W Wickliffe Smith was notified of his appointment a surgeon of the 160th regiment Indiana volunteers now organizing at Indianapolis by governor mount on Friday afternoon. Or. Smith at Onca a tiled the governor by wire that he would accept the appointment and on saturday he West to Indianapolis where he w8s examined. The doctor passed the examination without any trouble and sunday returned to arrange his business affairs during his absence. Or. Smiths appointment will give general satisfaction and Assurance of the duties being discharged in a satisfactory manner. He is noted As one of the Best surgeons in this part of the state and enjoyed a Large and lucrative practice no doubt the largest of any Delphi physician. This he sacrifices to accept a Call at the front in defense of his country. Tho position of surgeon carries with it the rank of major and a salary of about 12500 per year and perquisites which will amount to one half More or. Smith has already commenced the discharge of his duties. Fishing tackle hammocks. Croquet boys wagons Hue line of pictures and picture moulding. 1 main Street next door to citizens Bank we can be of Benefit to you by writing your fire life or Accident insurance by buying or Selling any kind of pop erty for you. B y making you a loan or loaning your Money. Established 1s59. L. E. Amp w. R. R. Niagara Falls excursion. Wait for the old reliable Pei tonally conducted Lake Erie amp Western Niagara Falls excursion also san Dusx put in Bay Cleveland amp Buffalo. With Side trips to Lewiston Toronto thousand islands Etc. Train will leave Frankfort he thursday. August 4, �?T98 at 7 40 a. M. Max we Bradshaw amp son. It Bort of Cliffor j i Corner Delphi. And a round trip $7 00. 2j c. F. Daly general pass and ticket at Indianapolis ind

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