The Republic (Columbus, Indiana Tuesday 28 Nov 1899 page 2

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four-months-oM Mc-Dougal, face, and the best doctors could give no help: but her cure is complete and her health is excellent. " This hows what thousands have proved, that Electric Bitters is the best blood purifier known. It's the supreme remedy fr eczema, tetter, salt rheum, ulcers,! boils and running sores. It stimulates liver, kidneys and bowels, espeljs poisons, helps digestion builds up the strength. Only 50 cents. . Sold by T E. Otto, Druggist, Guaranteed. j Eastern Brown. 1 The weather continues damp and wheat is growing nicely. Corn husking is nearing a finish. ! Since the last report from tiis part of Brown, Mr. Melvin Hurley, of Pikes Peak, has buried one of his children. The many relatives of Prof. L. L.. Taylor were in attendance at his funeral last Sunday at Walesboro. There seems to be a mania fr gathering gathering iron in this "part of the world as no matter which way you start on the public highway yon come in contact with a purchaser. Henry Moore and daughter, of Nashville, Nashville, passed through here las'jt Saturday Saturday on their way to visit Mr.) Moore's brother A. J. Moore, who is sick. Besides Besides Mr. Moore there are four of the family in bed with malarial feer. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Rudolph.jof Beck, called on relatives ; near Grand View last Sunday. j Jacob Ault, postmaster at; Beck, made a business trip to New Bellsville last Tuesday afternoon. . j Rev. Walls, the former pastor on the U. B. work here, preached the funeral of W.J. Gregg last Sunday j at ML Nebo and there was a large! crowd present showing the respect that is due a model young man as Mr. Gregg had always proven himself to be. The hunter seems to be getting in his work pretty well this weather s no matter what time you are out you may hear the report of a gun and the quails are being gradually thinned out as is also also the shy rabbit, j Isaac Barkea, of i Grand View, has o Mothers! mis wonder fcdfemedy will save yoar WOUltll chad's liis when attacked - .r SyruP concluded that life is mostly pleasure and dissatisfaction, and has given his claim on the widow to a younger widower of near Mt. Moriah. The nsnal smile and cordial handshake handshake of the candidate is with ns again, and the democrats are already Out working on their claims for the county offices, although the election is far away. A. S. Moore and family, of Pikes Peak, spent last Sunday among friends near South Salem. Messrs. G. W. Moore and R. I. Car-michael, Car-michael, Car-michael, of Story, have each purchased a new repeating shotgun of the Winchester Winchester pattern and now only wait for a chance to bring in grand reports of their prowess. The teachers of Vanburen township met in institute at Story last Saturday and the teachers of Johnson township met with them. Many good ideas were exchanged. Win. King. Jr., who left home some time ago, has returned to this part of Brown, and now begins to realize what home is and what it is to have friends in time of need. His parents reside near Grand View. Work in timber continues in this part of Brown. Some are cutting for lumber, lumber, others for crossties and still others are engaged in making and hauling hickory spokes. Messrs. Seth Harris and Grover Snyder, Snyder, of South Salem, made a trip to Freetown last Monday on business. Rev. Wilson, of near "Trader's Hollow," Hollow," has concluded not to go to Afghanistan as a missionary, as he wanted Japan and Lndo-China Lndo-China Lndo-China as bis charge, and this was given to Rev. Roddy, a much older man in the work. Rev. Roddy has preached for sixty years. Elmer Clark has his blacksmith shop at Pikes Peak in readiness and may be found at the anvil and at work most of the time. Rev. Handier, the lumberman, still has his mill located in "Trader's Hollow" Hollow" and is doing good work for the people. J)r. C. T. Ralphy, of New Bellsville, continues to make professional calls at the home of Uncle Levi Moore, of Poplar Poplar Grove, His patient is on the road to recovery. Shannon Moore, of "Trader's Hollow," may be fotmd in his office daily work ing on plans to be used by the new gas company. Miss Bessie Beabout, of near Beck, is quite eick with typhoid fever, with d mbts of her recovery. A. B. Phillips, of Columbus, breathed the air of Brown county a part of last week. The Appetite of a Gnat Is envied by all poor dyspeptics whore Stomach and Liver are out of order. All such should know that Dr. KiDg's New Life Pills, the wonderful Stomach fnd Liver Remedy, gives a splendid ap-' ap-' ap-' petite, sound digestion and a regular j bodily habit that insures perfect health and great energy. Only 25c. at T. EL Otto's drug store. The Society of Total Abstinence just formed in Vienna is the first ever estab lished in in Austria. Austria. Everybody drinks As many as 4,X0 dates have been gathered from a single palm. It is said to be almost impossible to sink a modern battleship constructed on the best models. Rheumatism Cared In m Day. "MYSTIC CURE" for Rheumatism and Neuralgia radically cures in i to 3 days. Its action upon the system ia remarkable and mysterious. ; It removes removes at once the cause and the disease disease immediately disappears. The first dose greatly benefits. 75 cents. Sold by Hauser & Parker, Druggists, Columbus. Columbus. The lead pencil originated with the discovery of the graphite mines in England England in 1674, during the reign of Queen Elizabeth. Finley P. Dunne and George Ade were fellow reporters on the Chicago Times when they first started out to make their way. There are altogether 334 parks well stocked with deer in the different counties counties of England, and red deer are found in about thirtr-one. thirtr-one. thirtr-one. II . Footed the 8 xona. All doctors told Renick Hamilton, of West Jefferson, j O., after suffering 18 months from Rectal Fistula, he would die unless a costly operation was performed; performed; bat he cured Mmsslf with five boxes of Bocklen's Arnica Salve, the surest Pile cure I on earth, and the best Sahre in the World. 25 cents a box. Sold by T. E. Otto. E. w throat sad mast ttoassefe fries 2 CSS ! I- I-

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